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I i 01j jl jlJJ IIRISHAMuRNIJt J i itt 1 c tI Y tr FIVE CENTS SPRING SMILES i jtnd tho Sons of Erin Celebrate f Joyously st Patricks If Day a trl a 11 Religion and Social Ceremo zilesin flonoocIr Nat tloaal Patron f Hibernians Receive Holy Corn munlon In Large Numbers s at St William TWO 11f IflQUBTS Ar1G i If t S tV 1ii Under skies that smiled with nil the oftne4Of June Louisville citii zeus of ItIs1 blrUJ tlifh Ue entna Irish sympathles relebrateu in ijoyoua and appropriate manner the anniver sary Of good St Patrick Irelands patron saint Because the feast fell this year onSunday the faithfuli had a goQtfllJX UlW tq sprTla 5Ji 111 ovef threelaysand theydld litf All over the city green flasrs with the harp were dlsJlayedtnl many persons vorerthe rearthanirocls sent over for the occasion by Coving relatives or friends iI1fIrelahdn 11 nfno theTie oplig cbration annual banquet of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick held in the banquet room of the Seelbach Hotel on Saturday evening President P H Calla han was the toastmaster and the society had for its guest Dr Thomas P Hart of Cincinnati whose recita tion of Irish poems was the event of the evening while the addresses of Thomas Walsh and Joseph Conkling were considered the equal of any St Patricks day orations ever delivered in this city The following poem Wa- sprared o the occn1b DIveEr1n o r ge1ttle wW4rnrpL64Iibrc1 OnsnortW have giJher Afro n lowland and highland Thy praises to sound and tljy fame to prolong Once more we shall sing of thy glor iesof olden Of scensthnJt are passofyears that are goner 1 if Or pi t1tcrutHr in vlstangln Ap light Sve ehold on thy mount 1 oinsnt dawn 0 I Well weave you a song 6f the fain bows of heaven VlluWft ron rtearS and of uh1 I shine and rain Or lights that appear on the tempest alt even That shine for a moment then van f jgih gain Well tflll its refrains with those mem ones tender M- An exile rnayfeel on some desolate strand When feitting alone in the evening splendor v Heartbroken he sings W his own native land This society has been In existence rfnce Hevoluilonary days and its an nual dinners In the principal cities of the United States are events of the year for the IrishAmerican peo pIe Never did a fairer day dawn than Sunday proved itself and at an early hour hundreds of men wearing green and inspired by Hibernian traditions were seen makinjg their way to St Williams church at Thirteenth and Oak streets fp attend mass arid re celve jthelr annual holy communion IJongb ore the hour the sidewalks about the church were banked with men who later filled the pretty church to the doors In his sermon the pastor Tier Denis Murpcx tended the visitors a most hearty welcome AS nearly all present were fasting Father Murphys sermon was brief but in it he pointed out the duty of the true Hibernian and impressed his hearers with trulths they should ever remember The hiTher nians expressed themselves grateful to the good priest and his people for the cordial reception and kind treat ment received During tho many years of its exist ence St Patricks church never witnessed b a more brilliant or more impressive observance in honor of its patronr ealrit than that iat Sunday mornlngit lOfSO locJcrrpe hlsforlo ediflcecould scarcely holdthe people that wished to do honor to St Pat rick The enlarged choir rendered a special iprograanmB that concluded with on umbel of ritto national airs that were very pleasing to the throngs that filled toe church Pontifical high mass was sung by Vicar General cronin assisted by deacon and fiubdeacpn 1tt8bt Rev IBdstiop McClostfey graced the occasion with lila presence and iwithin the sane mary were seated all the priests who could possibly get there Truly the a scene wasan inspiring tine recalling old arid creattojg new memories that will never be forgotten Rev Henry Miller P tpreathei the fcermpa Cpayinga riftjuti tto St Ftek and the Irkh people that couW not bo surpassed Patter Miller Is tone of lOUMr4N 1- Paion1o order aid IaaV Sunday lie added4q ht repaI46oa Icuaedlatoly- efter the sery1oeaerCronIn en tertalnsd tvt disner ia honer ot the BIIJOp l r l vtno1 rgyo 0 Tieliatax lfto nhe happy flay waa brought about at the Hibernian ban u u t1 quet at the Clayton JEIotoXSunday f1llieenjbya2h and pleasing event dstliis proved to be Messrs Seelbach anti Secor had every detail perfected and the service gave the utmost satisfac tion Each guest received a bcauti ful souvenir menu card and a green flag bearing the harp and shamrock In gold Following Js the menu Blue Points jl fCinsomme Clrlery1 4 t5 fa J oiJ olres j FfIedJaclcESalmon Tartar Sauce Chicken Croquett s Supreme Green Peas Roast Wild Duck Currant Jelly Drowned New Potatoes Asi aragus Butter Sauce Lettucaand Tomato Salad Tee Cream AssorteJ Cake Cheese Coffee Cigarsj 4 Bounty President JohnV Murphy acted fistbastmas1er arid in iritrbdue lag1 1 the speakCrstsaid the t vgi c Jis bled toperfonm tbe ploosant duty of honoring the patron saint of the Ancient Order and apostle of Ireland Adlcrman George Butler Attorney Thomas Walsh Thomas Keenan MajjlstrateJPatrk TSullifan Will lam T McehanTiomas Quinn James iJoleman arid Martin Cusi kT sponded to the toasts and genial Tom Dolan had some good stories that convulsed tlie assemblege The speakers were gratified to see fib jhatiyat Uiefestive board and hoptf the ibanqiiek woulil occur annually It was such occa sions that bring nfl together for tn riellectual and social benefits that re fleeterediton4he race and order The splendid traditions and memories of- Tilands past the jpatriojic spirit bf thG race and whatsit vowed Rlorlou SttPatrick the untold igood The A Jj II has done and is now doing the intelligence and honesty of the Irish people all were brought out with force How grand said one Speaker If when the evening of life comes to us we have followed truly St Patrick and can then at death enjoy with hun the fruits of the faith he has le t i Over in Jeffcrsonville the closing event took place Monday hlght when the Irish und their friends filled Speithsl Theater jfo witness the per fonmance of the Hibernian Dramactie gub i J1c 7 1 1 e 1 4 h c t1 1V ALLOT4 lf f rx iI fOJ fI1 m pc 2 t lImes GJvesrorthFinothci- Faka Story About4 Coadjutor I I Ihc Louisvllle Times hiss given out another story concerning the ap pointment of a coadjutor to the Right Rgvi William George McCloskey Bishop of Louisville That paper says It learned from a reliable source that the Very Rev John P Farrelly D D now spirtual direotor of the American College in Rome is to be appointed by Pope liuax coadjutor of the diocese of Louisville The appointment will probably the with the rght of succession Wm neftessvered Dishop is able to attend to his pastoralletteyoungerdaysentire lack oi reliable information by nppoint officially made from Rome within the next few days The appointment will no doubt be satisfactory to the Bishop and to the clergy of the dio ceseThe ppealtbawith Rome and passes over the heads of the American Catholic authorities When any change Is effected it wilt be first made known in The Record and thls paper The Times man must smoke again HOLY FATHER 1 t y Promises Hearty Greeting For PrcstdentRoowrtfg Sisterr Pope Plus x on St Patricks day ntjhtRevSioux Falls S D which is in tho archdiocese of St Paul During the conversation Pope Plus said that Archbishop Irelands discourse last December on Chtlrch end State in Prance was a strong presentation of the FrancoVatican conflict Al though I knew it caused some dis pleasure Ills Holiness said Arch bishop Ireland was correct as to the remote causes of the conflict when he said that the French clergy and fQl1oIng predecessor HIs Holiness asked Mgr OGorman about President Roo evelt and ex pressed pleasure io hear that he was satisfied with the solution of the requestedMgr Diahopinformed DouglaePresident Roosevelt nvould arrive in name during holy week and re quested Ills Holiness to receive her The Pontiff answered Naturally t shall W shlbed Al 1eors1shaW- beopenerr t ttBD j opLrs Mission 1 fey Iranolj Ptt HApasSoVfbf St peoplerOlltrllQilkei1Wte4l1tid JWT Father Th aa8 Pan who will eon U o i ao ii misslonjfor the pcople of the congreg onfflTllewfSSin wifl1eg1n at the hlghfSnass iDasler mornlng and win oloscjion LgyfSunday During the week the hours for morning serv ices are 5 and 8 oVilock with mla- nd Instruction Sunday evening and every evening during the week ithe services at 745 will consist of ros ary senmon and benediction Con fessions will be heard before the masses cacti morning and from 230 tog30 in the afternoon and after the eVening teeivlces ji ri 1 1 t HER SAD END Mrs Rebecca Graves Strick en With Paralysis Cast WeekT V Mrs Rebecca Graves fprtyelght years old and residing sit 1000 East Jefferson street suffered a stroke of paralysis on Thursday of last weeK that resulted in her deatli1 Tuesday morning Mrs Graves iiI left her home to vislt a friend and was wait ing for a car at dlaj1 arid Market streets wheiij she was stricken and fell to theground unconscious She was at once removed to her home where everything possible was done iu the effort ito revive her but all vlthout avail as she failed to rally and continually grew iwprse until tIle end came Tuesday morning when she passed peacefully away surrounded by her children Mss Graves Md lived all hedifein Louisville and vas heM in high esteem by a wIde circle of friends and acquaintances who are deeply grieved at her unexpected death She is survived toy two eons William and George Graves and four ilatrgMers Misses Hazel Jessie loan md Mary Graves The funeral was held Thursday iriorninlg from St Jos phs church of Which deceased had been a lifelong arid useful mem ber JEFFERSONVILLE 4 i llberntans Dramatic Clubs Performance a Great f Success A noteworthy observance In honor ot Irelands patron saint and national loliday was the entertainment given y the Hibernian Dramatic Club In feffersonviile under the auspices of Division 1 and directed by Henry W ewmanof Louisville Speiths Thea er was taxed to its utmost capacity nit the Irish spirit prevailed and all vere in good humor Preceding the performance the orchestra played opular Irish airs that aroused much inthuslasm and the Solos between he rets by Miss Mac Coleraine Miss Margaret Constantine anti Miss Clem ii tine Drools were so well received that they had to respond ceverul lines to the encores The Hibernian Dramatic flub pre sented the laughable farce comedy She Would Be a Widow and the vork showed careful training adtudy There were seventeen char icters and so well was each partaken that it would not be juit to larticularize Upon alt sides were appreIatloii showered with flowers Young Jack Murphy John Kennedy Will Garritty r E Murphy and Will Lally had a rplendid conception of their parts md kept the audience in a continuous oar Misses Mao Coleraine Regina onstantine iMary Gilhooley Ztvolia ibuig and Clementine Brooks were ill chic and pretty and easily carried ft11e honors Messrs Leo Kejtler md William Haley had little to do but lid it well Taken altogether the erforimance was most creditable anytngeepeat the performance and may loon appear for the benefit of the livision In New Albany GRIEF HASTENED DEATH The death Olrs Susan Lincoln it an early hour Wednesday morning aused a feeling of deep gloom among icr wide circle of friends and ac ualntances although not altogether mexpected Mrs Lincoln was icrenty years otage and H is bought the almost unbearable sor ow occasioned by the death of three laughters Misses Kate end Nellie Lincoln and Mrs Bottle Flnegan all thin a year hastened rthe end Mrs Jincolri was the widow of the late iMerce Lincoln and was one of the Jest known anti most respected Cath lic women in Louisville She was a levout member of her church and al vas a IKberal giver to charity She s survived hy two daughters and hree sons all of whom lived here ler funeral took place Friday morn ng from St Patricka church with a olemn high mass of requiem after mOurnIngtrienJt Johns cemetery where they were aid to rest beside those of her hus and and children SHAMROCKS FROM IRELAND From Erins soil came shamrocks or John E Browne arid William M igigiiis 6t Patricks day tokens ent bypatriok Casey of Muckrus J lune County Mayo which were reatly appreciated and distributed aonjF tber frlenSs Mr Browne eaa also the reelpleot of a beautiful a1paMMamr oktbegUtof CouutyUmerlcknd very arU tie 0 1 I MEMORIAL Tribute of Friendly Sons of St Patrick lo Commodore Barry Bronze Stat Unvelled at Phil adelphlatby GreatGreat GrandnieceI j Glowing Euloiry ofFounder of the American Navy by Geo toward r FAMOUS IRISH Him HERO HONORED t 1 As the guns of League Island thun dered forth an Admirals salute Satur day afternoon two great American flags felt front the heroic bronze statue of John Barry the founder of the American nivy erected in the center of Independence Square in Philadelphia The green silken cords which released the emblem of liberty concealing the memorial were pulled by pretty tWelveyearold Elsie Hazel Hepburn d greatgreat grandnlece of Conunodore Barry and as the red white and blue Canners settled grace fullOn the grass the baud played the national anthem and the thou sands who witnessed the ceremony stood with uncovered heads Thousands of patriotic citizens at tended the ceremony of unveiling the handsome memorial erected and presented to the city by the Friendly Sons Of St Patrick Among those In the square or on the crowded speak ers stand were lMtrh officers of he army and navytthe Mayor of the city and members of Councils Adjt Gen Thomas J Stewart President of the society presided over the exercises and Bishop Alexander MackaySmith opened the exercises with prayer in which ho paid a glowing tribute to the great men of the past among whom Commodore Barry was such n sMiling light Gen St Clair A Mul holland chairman of the committc appointed to erect the memorial briefly outlined the work done and then called on the fair descendant of Barrys brother to unveil thb statue Standlngwell the front of the platform gowned in white and wearing a large lute hat the only bit of cQloT fiboitilJv being a bunch of pink roses which she carried the little girl presented a picture not soon to be forgotten by those who saw her Not one bit disturbed by the thousands of eyes watching her so intently she grasped the cords and gave them a pull which brought them down gracefully to the ground leaving the handsome bronze statue exposed to the full view of the crowd while the band which accompanied the marines played the national an themOn behalf of the society Adjt Gen Stewart then formally turned tho Statue over to Mayor Weaver as the representative of the city After thanking the committee for the work so well done tie continued Rlateful Its members and To a noble and faithful patriot and officer of the American navy In the formative and fateful days of the great nation a nation whose commission and confi hence the enjoyed whose sword he carried and for whose glory he fought more than a century ago The Infant navy of which John Barry was designated by Washington as tho senior captain and of which he was the first commodore today demands the respect of every nation In the World It has grown great and strong through more than a century of mag nificent achievements and deeds of vondrous valor and heroism From Commodore John Barry to Admiral George Dewey the American navy has given to the naval annals if the world a great host of conspicuous and mighty names and imong these names shining In brlllancy of achievement loyalty and unsurpassed bravery are found those who either by birth or lineage or of that race whose sons ha e written in blood the story of IrlsTi courage and devotion Wherever the warday ban ners of this republic were unfurled in Uatble or where amid the carnage af mighty conflict brave men sank unooffiried to their resting place In the gardens of the sea Here under the shadow ot Independence Hall the Cradle of Liberty- Is the fitting place to rear this tribute to one of that galaxy of great men who made way for liberty and who steadied the steps of the Infant republic which today sits enthroned among the nations of ithe earth all of whom pay tribute to her might acknowledge her greatness and salute her flag The faith the founders pledged we have kept the glory they hoped for we have won the In stitutions they created we have saved and transmit unimpaired to the generations that shall follow us Within slghlt of this spot the first Constitutional Congress met and here iras given to Hfoe World the sublime Declaratlon of Independence that from the day It was first publicly publiebyMaliman to this day hiss been recognized as the grandest dopument ever conceived by brain or wrlbtenby pen oflfIllln In support of that Declare Won a younjr IrMhinan thirtyone yearslof age John Barry to use his own laniritaRe tebancloriecl the finest fd tMlilie first enroloy In America and fiered his aerylce and if need be hisI Mfe IBrery nation pt people or race n I d rj teLA that left an Impress upon its time had or has its battlefields and its heroes and we have ours and we today pay tribute ito one of our heroes The tribute may seem tardily paid for he for Whom studs tribute peacefullyinthan a hundred years Generations of men have come and gone since he lived and though Ills bones are dustand his sword is rust he stilt has a place Jn the affections and love greatcithim among those of olierished mem ory and cheerfully and gladly ac cords his statue n place within the honest and most sacred plot of earth gatesAnd of the Society of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick the successors of Jdhn Barry and his associates I have the honor to pre Pl1lJadelphlathrough In the presence of its Common and Select Councils In the presence of these representatives of the United States navy and army and in the presence of this goodly assemblage of the citizenship of the patriotic city of Philadelphia this statue of Com 1Dolore John Barry Mayor Weaver in accepting the statue on behalf of the city paid a glowing tribute to the Irish Rear Admiral George W Melville reviewed at some length the life and services of Barry who he declared was no kidglove mariner telling of his birth in Ireland and his arrival In Philadelphia and appointment to tho command of the Lexington Rev Gerald P Coghlan rector of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy pronounced the enedictlon after which the crowds in the park flied by the monument in order ito obtain a near view of it end later in the afternoon many hundreds visited Barrys tomb in the graveyard of St Marys church on Fourth street The bronze figure of Camma ore Barry Fs of solid bronze and was cast at a cost of 10000 From the base of the statue it rises nine feet six inches above the eleven feet six inches of granite pedestal TIle Revolutionary hero Is shown with outstretched arm directing the men of his command Under his arm he car ries a spyglass A seamens great coat envelopes the figure Around the neck is the Order of the Cincin nati which was given to the Commo dore by President Washington Com modore Barry was one of the early members of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick JOHN OLEARY DEAD Fenian Writer Who Was Prominent In Young Ire land Movejnent Associated Press dispatches an nounce the death of John OLeary the noted Irish litterateur which oc curred in Dublin last Monday Born In Tipperary in 1330 John OLeary took a prominent part in the Young Ireland movement and become a prominent Fenian He edited the Fenian paper The Irish People until is was suppressed in 1865 and he was sentenced to twenty years imprison ment Ho was released from jail In 1870 but spent the balance of his sentence in exile He returned to Dublin and had aevoted his time ever since to literature He had written several books on Ireland and had always taken a keen interest in the work and welfare of young Irish writers He was known to some of the older Irish residents of this city among them Jeremiah Kavanagh and the late Patrick Bannon LITTLE ROCKS BISHOP Made His Classical Course at St Marls In This State St Marys College in this State can boast with pride to the addition of another star Ito ithe hlerarchlal firm ament Righlt Rev John B MorrU the new Bishop of Little Rock Ark who succeeds tho late and lamented Bishop Fitzgerald made this classical course at our St Marys which pre pared for the dhurdli many of its mast illustrious prelates Bishop Morris was born in Hendersonville Tenn June 9 1860 Aflter leaving philosophI American College in Rome and was ordained priest in St Johns Lateran roy Cardinal Parocchl on June 11 1892 IP apIPpointed him Chancellor and in 1900 he became Vicar General December 3 1905 Father Morris was raised hthe dignity of domestic prelate by 1l1shop111rorrs will flourish under his adminMratton CHURCH JUBILEE lTJ1e twentyfifth annlcersary ofst Patricks lohurch afc Wilmington Del was celebrated last Sunday with special services Rev W J Berminghoni Is the pastor and the congregation inIial school with about 400 pupils ARCHBISHOP RECOVERING In obpcUence tb the orders of his phyaiekn the Motet Reverend Area boP Ryan of PhlfedeapUa roo C niaincd indoors during last week and is rapidly recovering from a severe cold Though ills Graces condition was not such as to comple his abstention from his ordinary duties his advanced age and the danger in volved in exposure to the wexther rendered advisable the cancellation of several engagements calling for the Archbishops public appearance luring the past week and in the near future CATHEDRALS Magnificent Edifices Erect ing at Salt Lake City and Charlestown Right Rev Henry P Northrop Bishop of Charleston will on Sunday April 14 dedicate the new St Johns Cathedral and at the same time edo Ijrnte his shiver jubilee as Bishop Tlio Cathedral of St John the Baptist was destroyed by dire In 1801 during the civil war by a disastrous fire which swept Charleston At the same tltue the Bishops residence the orphan asylum and ofther valuable church property was destroyed Tho build fags most necessary were rebuilt and u plain brick chapel was secured for divine services entailing a heavy debt upon the diocese At the clou of the war Bishop Lynch then presiding over tile diocase impressed with the superior obligation of paying this debt devoted the remainder of his life to this great task He died how ever before his devdted work was ae complislied Bishop Scanlan expects that the dedication of St Marys Cathedral earlyinreadytobe three of these and tile larges ur central altar wSll be entirely of mar ble and will represent a coss of 12000 An organ also costing more than 12000 ia to bo Installed When entirely finished the Cathedral will have cost more than 300000 Besides a distinct addition to the archi tectural beauty of that city it will occupy a place high among great church edifices of the country The two Itowers when completed will reach a maximum height of 220 feet This magnificent edifice is 200x100 fett with celling sixtyfour feet high and the auditorium having a seating capacity of 1200 persons The yeastnAFTER THE PRIZE ntucklans 3A1IILiiin Today at National Bowling Tournament This is Kentucky day at the na tional bowling tournament now In progress In St Louisa and no one need be surprised if the Wg prize comes to Louisville Our bowlers have been prominent in the Congress that has been held there the delegates being Squire John Adams John J Barry Dab Brown and Dan Hanger and In all the deliberations of the body they were on the popular side The tourna ment has been in progress all week and some good scores have been made ibut they are not equal to what the Louisville teams can do it they roll in their best form Last night the Kentucky Irish Americans Squire Adams Y M I and FayMus teams left for St Louis where they are scheduled to roll to night They will toe followed by other havIngbeena large following and the result will be awaited with no small interest The only handicap will be illness or loss of rest that may be incurred on the trip The Kentuckians will have earnest rooters in the Mound City where ar rangements have been made to give them a merry time win or lose The betting is that they will land at least near the top but the hope is wide spread that they will break all rec highesthonors REMOVES TO CHICAGO James E Banana one of ire rising young IrishAmericans of Louisville and for A number of years with the Louisville fc Nashville Railroad Corn pany recently resigned Ills place ao Secretary of the traffic department to accept a more responsible and re munerative position with the Illinois Central at Chicago ills wife who was Miss Virginia Barrett will leave shortly to join her husband and make her homo in the Windy City Their numerous friends regret their de parture from Louisville but are re jokedi over the bright prospects before Mr and Mrs Hannan PRIOR HOME The people of Limerick were much pleased this week over the return of Rev Hi F Logan Prior of St Louis Bertranda church on Sixth street after an absence of several weeks In popularvithand thq welcome that awaitad him fvasa cordial one He has resumed his duties anti wilt officiate tomorrow as usual HONORS IRISH GUARDS Quea Alexandras sKnrock for dlstrMmtibn among the Irtoftt Guards oa SL Pattrikska day was orBered ithrqugh the Oouati Hot Limericks Shamrock League U a WONDERFUL Has Been tho Growth of St Cecilia During Thirty Three Years When Dedicated the Congregation Contained Twenty Five Families Will Soon Erect One of the Finest Churches in This Diocese BAZAR WILL OPEN EASTER MOHDAY Few churches canboastInPortlandthe early seventies and when the present church was dedicated in 1873 the congregation consisted of but twentyfive families which has in creased until today the number is nearly 800 and ereforeseedsStthefIrsttheIhn dral under whose waslaidsteady continuedW1ito a wider field VIle Passlonlst fathers were placed in charge but onlr for byFathers andthe1893Thepresent nppointed BndfrothlktIndefatigablewith o111ispredecessorstook charge he was confronted with Inadequateschoolparish house With that business tact that undertallags providing a school fdt the chuItheer and then remodeling the cli rQr to nuniher responsibilitieshe churchdebtduceir This alenvDradysurprisedcome announcement that the school thecl1UrchStCeciliasunencumberedThen patorandthe St Cecilias Church Building As GeorgeButler ofthenearly 800 Catholic families within its confines and that over 600 children schoolMeotlngsowere building tered ed and so generous have they approximatIng which to begin the erection of a new finestintoFatherpeopleForthebuUdinggive a weeks bazar In the school nightthat thoWestand on Sunday April 7 the ladles of the congregation willI serve dinner and supper and thus give many an entirely free tlayIto enjoy them largeboothsSociety one by jhe Young Ladies So dality one iby Mackin Council and tl representingTheCatholic Knights of America and the Building Association No soliciting In the hall will be permitted which will tend to increase the number of visit ors who will fJn3 a fine display from which to purchase and an interest- Ing nightly programme for their en IrishAmericanthe other parishes to spend at least one pleasant eveninir at tills bazar Which Is most deserving of liberal patronage JACOB HOERTZ BETTER Hon Jacob Hoertz former State Senator was out this week receiving the congratulations of friends on his recovery from an Illness that for a ThoughIlsthoughtIto resume his usual activities GUEST OP LADIES tAt the next meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary A QH whiqh will take place on WedndayApril 3 at their hall Seventeenth iod Main streets a oodtlJnew promised for all Hibernians ari4 friends of the auxil iary who will be the true tS of the ladles that evenlBfi Arrangeoienta areb isg inde for r freduaent aID innate fend a ge ralgoe4 tine ii promised all who aittf t their inrtta tloaV u C KNTUOKY xixi 1ERIO KENTUGKYJIP Plf g Devoted to the Moral and Social Adjii cem it of all lrb1 a rlK KENTUCKY IBISH AMEKlCANjl niNTINGCOs lncorpogted ubl heS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the UulivHte Ppitotflee is StcoddCI s Hitter AMERICAN j3 37WutOr SI Address afl Coma1ulCtI011 to Ibe KENTUCKY IRISH rho IJU7ff I LOUISVIIL Ky SATURDAY MARCH 23 19071 GIVES RIGHT CREDIT CongreSsflU1 Jnmes F Dourhe 01- rittJ3bu gin Ihls addrs8 bepreth Friendly Sons of St1ratr1k in Phila significantly when he delphia spoke suMThnt writer uttered n great truth who two centuries ago declared that TiEUe the Greeks were a great pepplOj and bpasted mnny heroes their place in history would not be half as illus trious were it not for the foot that they possessed many brilliant writers exploited on thewho successfully pnges of bMtorytC achievements of tihelr people And so with tile early history of the Irish people in this country Owing more to the men who wrote than to the men who made our early history we find many achievements cHltributed to other na tionalities and comparatively few accredited to the Germans anti the Irish The significant part played by them in transforming the results of Khose events into the Declaration of Independence and rtbe Constitution IIs impressed upon us with added force the more we scrutinize the story ot their struggles and sacrifices The time is coming when the Germans ond Irish will demand and receive that place in our history to which they are so justly entitled THEY WANT JUDGE GRAY Another than William Jennings Dryan 33 looming up and the Nebr121 kan is threatened with a strong competitor from the East From Ashland that the five comes the news anthracite counties of Pennsylvania are about to Head off in booming Judge George Gray of Delaware for the Democratic nomination for Ule Presidency Business men organlzea into Boards of Trade and civic sock hands with the United ties are to join Mine Workers and other labor unions in an endeavor to place in supreme authority in the nation the man who formulated the plan which has brought years of industrial peace nd the greatest prosperity ever known 10 TJanU aclte coal rcgipn A canvass has olrewiy shown that more than fourflfths xf the Demo cratic committeemen inVo counties of Schuyikill NorthiunbcrVnd Luz erne Ta lroanna and ItT iiig favor Judge Gray and the rit spa unanimous Inpers are practically their support The kindness Judge Gray displayed in that region as the Chairman of the Coal Strike Commis sion has token a deep bold on the miners particualarly the solicitude he developed for the child slaves of the mines many of whooe names were taken by the Judge who has not forgbtften to send them useful Christmas gifts every year since then THE LAND ACT The land purchase act of 1002 is gradually pladng the people of Ire land in permanent possession of the pilr just ais the Ashbourne act of 1690 rooted severn thousands of tarn files on it who at the end of twenty t0 twenfyfive years front now VIiI be practically owners in lee simple Doubtless some tenants who bought under ithe set of 1902 have paid too big a price for the land made a bad bargain although the Irsh leaders ond the national press warned nd cautioned them over and over again hilt the land hunger was so intense among them that they will possibly be obliged to suffer Jor their imprpt lent 1bargains Some people snake 11 bargains buying land or other things in America BUt after nil Ila eaifl aad done it 3s n dear tact that on every sftate thought by the ten ants fcfce yearly in talinent jtojvard ithe purchase pricedwill be anywhere frpra tvfqntyfive to sixtyI or seventy per cent less than the old rent If ithey Improve the hbuse or farm the jriiprQveincnt is theirs Jn jptjier respeot1 declares the Boston Hibernian Ireland has made subs nt1al progress Their present system of local aislrlct nnd county governmeliti whith Is ica tried on by elected councils isf equal if nprt suptnrtor Id Vocal governments in the counties of any American State- Tiese 3frjs councils have ihe levying I and coilecUgnotf taxes for local puT pqSks and ithe pointnienfcoJt s lBrjed officials 4o rry out local purpfj Under tbM piwfen Hie tCombty Ooaeil of Cork elected fiotrtieirUjari ODono van Ross IXfMrYolte l81rler1 offker wfiicli he filled for a tlme until he frer ftreff f firfe inhlj new eur t KJ1i4i J Jiuttliat b201L 1emocrth- powI 1 M letD icriiivtsd lo Irend wfthfa jb 1deed snd I mJeIxWiIeDftii silowed tq rii for meSitbi of tb dclIu fisa- ndto I im toaWtt ooo JJJoJ I lson UM wa IcIWAc- AIrisbmutj IIe JLtsJ4srk J ness and desolation in the cradle land of the race There are several unmistakable signs and glimpses of the sunrise It has been Hi said that Commo dore Barry was an amphibious tighter Born in Ireland he fought knglapil by preference iipqn the sea because lie was e saflor hut when anything interfered with fighting on the water the land was good enough In February 1776 he made the first capture of a British war vessel by an American cruiser but when naviga tion was closed he commanded a com pany of artillery und did good work around Trenton Then lIe took to the water with four boatloads of men and cut out a British war schooner Returning to the land he served as nn aide on the staff of Gen Cadwnl nder but presently got back to bis own element and in October 1781 he captured the Atalanta und the Trep nssy after n very hard fight In the reorganization of the navy in 1704 he was the senior officer All AlDer icans feel grateful to the Friendly Sons of St Patrick for erecting n statue of him which is well placed near the hall immortalized by that Declaration of Independence for which he fought so well During the postfew days severn of 1he older generation qf Irishmen were heard to commend the Ancient Order of Hibernians for their loyalty to St Potriclf nvhom they never fall to honor on March 17 They one and all npprovcd the religious observance and the banquet that has taken place here but were Inclined to criticise the younger generation for their fall ing off In enthusiasm Yenrs t ago they said St Patricks day was in semiholiday in Louisville and the Irish people joined in a big celebration that occupied a commanding place In the public eye They haU parades tflnat gave ithc Irish prestige and banquets attended by all nation alities with speeches by the most noted men of the day This is nil true amf yvhep next i nf dftveanni versary falls on another day than Sunday they mtoy see a public demon stration thai will gratify them I Brig Gen Jhoma HenryBarry who how comminds the AmeriCan troops In Cubit is a metnber of the general staff of the army He is considered one of the berft experts In the army on tactics and but recently returned from a trip abroad taken for the purpose of inspecting foreign maneuvers Gel Barry is a native of New York and fiftyone years of age Is a gradu ate of the College of the City of New York and of ithe United States Mili any Academy and his military serv ice includes a long list of important assignments He was a meinbei1 of the China relief expedition and served In the Philippines As in the Hevolu tionnry days the fighting race still continues in the front rank of the defenders of the stars and stripes Acting unitedly upon nil matters concerning the future of this glor ious country the bonds of fraternal feeling ron be cultivated between the Germans and Irish the two greatest elements of our population to the mutual advantage of both and of the American republic Then the falsehoods disseminated by the Anglo Saxonizers respecting the policy ot Germany and the doings of its Em peror would be nil The Western Kentucky editor who says Beware of the wtomnn who talks about heaven In church and about her lieighibrl on theI street most assuredly gives good advice They are thc ones you should Uvold The ttoiort nig7 ion to the United1 State during the month of January wa8 JH4iTV on Increase of 32Mbreriastj year Of this number but 3fQ were from Ireland against 448 Jaslycar j During the year 1006 there were 67i- ersonsp including employes killed on he electric lines of this country nnl 2 33 injured Two hundred and nine were killed by automobiles and 81 Injured J 3 n In the United Staites the amount of per capita ispeat is about thiriytfive lents for milHaty and 140 for educa tIon ind in England aboiit 375 for allltary and eighty cents for eduea tHin i Grover Clevel ncjj c M only living xPfesJdeiif of flie V iHea States ist iWe1tay e l8braH din a quiet w4 ino6tentttiou majmer the seventieth uinlver ry ofhislb+ rl7truI U 1 In Victoria wMnUa the chit 1 dr t fieMlTfed t ssd fm sceI 1 Jt ue esedc rlfrH ef Mlt It P tsiib4irg 1toWiUi hihsst itk fttte aieg be woldi spIslo 9f- lG gi j riJiS001E II- It f iI Mlfhfnimle1 DiUqn husfbeen spend ing ten days lit Xew Y3rk and the1 East 4 s Miss Margaret OToole is home from Ellzabefchtown 1htire ishe wal the guest of Mrs William Lee for a week Miss Bcezle Hannnn of the New York store returned Wednesday from a visit of two weeks to New York Miss Emily Griffin for a week thrt guest of Mrs James Hellly in South Louisville Ins returned tJo her home at Crescent 11111 Carl Bckqr well known thrpughout the West End has almost entirely rc covered from his twx months illness of typhoid fever MSsss Fannie Dermody is again iat her hom In South Louisville after an enjoyable visit with relatives iat Floyd Knobs Ind Mrs Patrick Mnnnlx has returned to her home at Leltchfield after a pleasant visit with Mrs Elisabeth Long 3209 Third street Mr and Mrs WlUinan Gannon have tone to housekeeping in a etosy home at Third ami T streets where they are nt home to their friends Miss Kate Hiordan of Portland is expected home today from Chicago where she has been spending a week as ithe guest of iMrs Joe Hoerter We regret to announce the illness of Mrs Mary Clines at her home on Seventeenth street For several days the has been unable to leave her 100111 Mrs Blanche Shelleys numcrou friends nnd admirers had cordial jrreeitlnps for Hier upon her reappear ance last Sunday after a ithree weeks illness Mr and Mrs Prank Wake of Clarksvllle Tenn arrived the first or Hie week to be ithc guests of Mr anll Mrs Francis McKernnn 1716 Fourtl ivenue Miss Madeline Kramer the inter sting daughter of Mr and Mrs Bax ter Kramer is able to be out again having recovered from a severe ill ness of typhoId fever AH who know Clint McClarty Tr will rejoice to know that his condition is greatly improved and that he il1 soon have entirely recovered from M lines of typhoid fever Office John lleinznvan for the pnlt seven weeks ill with Typhoid fever iIs now improving rapidly and will soon be able to return to Ills post as etattonkeeiper at the Central station MisBi NbrmaDauih of IJecfr Park has badas her guest for the pasl week Miss Martha Lehman a pretty nnd popular girl who rome here to spend St Patricks day cud attend tHe exposition Thomas Tevlin a popular member of Mackln Council who nvas last week removed to his home 2542 St Cecilia street after a nine weeks illness of typhoid pneumonia is out ngaln and wilt sooon be able to rotrun to his position Robert Glenson ci superintendent in die Frankfort penitentiary returned to his old home in Jciffersonvllle to spend St Patricks lay and witness the entertainment given by the Hibernians of which body he was so long the President J1 Brunn the well known Market street jeweler has gone to Mt Clem ens Mich to seek rejlef from an at tack of rheumatism from which he has been a sufferer for several weeks His friends hope for his speedy re Qovcry and return home Miss Mary Pilcher who was ex pected Ito return from St Marys College nt Knoxvllle HI to upend the Easter holidays with relatives in the Highlands jlins iTMplttoreniatnl- iool nt nzid will not be liojnb until ofted the annual commencement There is great rejoicing In the Leahy home 505 East iBroadway where 4lietorklu left a lovely baby girl Father Wiltlinn s ns proud as can be and declares the little one the fairest ever Father and mother are receiving congratulatory messages Upon alt sides Mr and Mrs Gus Helfrieh and Miss HattJe Mndlung entertained nt their home on West Spring street New Al bany Sunday evening with u St Pat ricks day party The house was dec orated Sn green and white those colors being carried out in the refresh mentfl and aprpopriatc souvenirs of the day were given Martin Dugans friends will be re Iced to learn that there has been 1 decidedly favorable change in his ondition and U isi expected he can bQ removed to his home next week Ie suffered d relapse that caused his ittepdants and relatives much un easiness but the good care received ms pulled him through The engagement oil Frank Zoeller antI Miss Uertha Hoffman popular bipg people of New Albany has J1Rt been announced The wedding rtll take place shortly after Easter Bot St Marys rJl1urob and tlie hnppy ouple will make rthclr home in New Albany The trroomeleici holds a re ponible position with the N wlany Trust Company and is alii financial Secretary iajdK prominent member of Unity Council Y M T- Mts1J Hoffman is the s tractdve iflaugh tel of rt1nd Mrs Joan hoffman rid is A most estimable young woman INVITED ARCHBISHOP QUJOLV ArcMllsVop Quigley of Chicago was one of the number who were epe ally ihvitiwrl0 be present it the eceptlo R Iay alfu memo er8 otlIieer 41Co1leges4LtJier t h iiIgnitries qf the Ch reH pr cnted their jrrftiUnifi to the Ppe tt VnC tof mSm HwBw 44C- i Y 1 Q U ST PATRICKS DAY True fits falthUahd dtherlam ii r I I dAp1 l 3 yiicregvirtue 5ha ItsljSre tuv jiAsvL IIliJI IIIA heart whiereer ltbeats- i homer fat away J pi j Expanils with jpy aifvmornlntf breaks to hail St Patricks JOtIts advent truly chronicles the glon of the Gael Since the banner of the cross was raised in happy Innlsfaii Since the light of our enduring fniU- illuraedjher pagan sky When EriniaihuErJnAknelt tc rorsblnOodoTi Itsb Behold her in the Springtime of a blooming golden ageI The hope of naliorrs then unknown writ jn iJier virgin page Her mission Bketchd by Providence in ChrfafcTan robes arrayd She preachd with burning eloquenco the cross of her crusade Mid then we see her seated on a throne of blazing light Hesplemtynt in her anlssipn like the vernal moon at nlglit A crown of learning on her brow the crucifix her crest Her monasteries cud colleges the glory of the West Her holy men and women sought new fields in vry land Wherein to plant the tree of life tc blossom land expand Spreading hope nnd consolatlor around them on their way Teaching liberty and progress where they went or came to stay What precious fruits were gatherc l in the Vineyards they had- tmc11 What richly laden granaries witl golden grain were fllldt While flocks redeemd from slave were mitered in the fold By those faithful shepherds of thr cross by whom they were consoled What a glorious mission Erin foi apes has been thine And still goes onward Erin with 1e semblance of decline Still preaching and professing stil dispensing fur and wide Tliat charity and peace nnd love foi- nvhidh the Saviour died And in that sacred mission Hoi Island of the Seal Thy children scattered oer Uu earth preserve their faith ii thee That faith which knows no wanng seeks a home beyond tihe skies Where when human ithrones havi crumbled the immortal sou shall rise Lawrence Goiildlnpr RECENT DEATHS With profound sorrow was receive MaryWzvterman las A Saturday tjie was the wife of Will lam Waterman 1712 Owen street onr passed away just when home nnd llf were most desired Her funeral tool place Wednesday morning from St Patricks church of which she wm a devout member I ifrs Dora Cain a most esUmnbl model of n Christian mother passe way Tuesday morning nt her home UngerIngiltnessof Pialtrjck Coin and leaves n son Jdlm Cain with The L N and in daughter Mrs Drown Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands church Monday morning deriths summon cameta William Noone son ol Thomas and Ithe hate fury Noon 1823 L tIe street Ills demise cami M a shock to MH friends and ae qnnintnncos and for tie bereavei father there is most profound sym plnceWetlnesdnymornlJlg rides cfhurdi the interment being 1in St Lour cemetery The funeral of Henry Becker fOt nearly fifty years a resident ofthhcity und one of the most faithfii inernibcrs of St AwtJionys church took place Wednesday morning with high mass of requiem Deceased wall sixtynine years old and a native 01 Germany He is survived by two daugliters nnd even sons all 01 wfiiom reside here and were with hlit when lllie end came Jllcbard Lohnn aAvell known nc prosperous farmed living near Jcffer sontoAvji wns called to Ws eternn Seward Tuesday night He was n native of County Cork Ireland but for many years hail been a resIdent of Kentucky Surviving him arc his wife Mrs Ellen Lehnn and one son Daniel Lehan The remains were brought to Dougherty McElliott ond the funeral services were heOd a- IL Louis Bertrands cliurctti Thursdnj morning Andrew Klchol aged sixtynine years and a pioneer member of the Cathedral congregation died Tuesdaj morning at his home 730 Fifth street after a short illness the agod wife being the only survivor For many years Mr NIchol was a factor In the business life of Louisville but retired on a competency on account of his advanced age He wan honored and reap te throughout the city and to nil charities donated liberally Thursday morning the funeral serv belnAInrgelacquaintances Paralysis claimed for its victim Tuesday morning Mrs Emma Ilajnp foUler mother of Kobert Lee and MlRs Alma Pfelffer Mrs Pfeiffer suffered tiK fatal itroko Monday night at flier home 1414 Alta avenue p4 Hhovgh plyen every attention she nevw rallied l eceased mJSi born In this city jfiftythree years ago and was lnown for her ideLv and pen erotw hUt unostentatious charily Her moralngfromwasthronledwhen ReV Father Connolly began tie solemn mass of requiem for the re pose of her soul By tip death of Mrs Jane Klrkup Gloved wife of John Klrkup which wxnirrefd Wednesday morning bhe Jathedrjil loses another of its older R 4most faithful members Some tijso r9 he suffered a rolcp of Miralyris sail to this wag da t IIM1t Mr Klrk p was wrowa of may Cl rirtlaH vlr uea awTJWMi r ad rail byU wlio hail ilu oo fiiitn- kew e her Mtew tIfi mer of iiseea Jenai M Margaret Kirkup L Lr 11 Ir Vp1 11D 11 Nhff FdRGWnc oJ THE ti j1ft BEAITIFM I I ft lit Given away fREE to Purchasers D I111 Of 50c CREAM PITCHER Baking Powder xfraci eiIIof next week until close business Saturday March 30 See the AUTOMOBILE in the world in our 4th street window 11All daysTuesday BOTH PHONES and Thursday 687 it IIi Great Atlantic and Pacific I Conff J Jfurth and Jefferson Streets 431433 East Market Street S 2lZCWLE4SThursday Friday and Saturday evenings andI Saturday matinee OLGA NETHE- RSOLEHOPKINS GREATER LOUISVILLE VAUDBVILLB TWO SHOWS DAILY Weik Beginning Sunday March 24 KJrauud Days Vaudeville ens- atlonPALS Presented by Wm P Powell Co trw Hawkins the Chesterfield of minstrelsy Etmeralda sueen of the xyolqphone Marto Sfs tens beautiful aerial artists SLelghtonsa Ithe burnt cork corker Chas DeCamo and his won derful dog Cora KInodrome a miniature picture exposition GIRARD GARDINER III Dooley and the IIamond- PRICESEvenlng 10 to 75 cents Matinee But Seat In House 25 e- cuBUCKINGHA1 MATINEE DAILY Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Mar 24 WILLIAMS IDEAL EXTRAVAGANZA GO The Rlnclest the dundeft show of all wltl11 Katharin Klare Frank Olirfen Clayton Fryf- Mable Johnson All Peyler the Internatiot I Trio and Hilton Zeph LOUISVILLE I HOTELoct6tb7tb Strictly FlritCliit Both Plan Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates far- II permanent board balls and recep tionsROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors wen known school teachers who witi a wide circle of relatives and ac qunintances mourn her death Tin funeral took place Friday mornin from the Cathedral EXPOSITION Has Interest For Larger Num bar Than Any Other Show The Greater Louisville Exposition I which opened Monday and will cot lime all next week has an interest for a larger nuinBer of individuals than almost any p hefof the many exhibitions of the sort which Jttm been available for the people luringr a busy season of illustrations olt American achievement in variousI fields of industry The horse show the automobile thaw the electricali show have their spectacular Interest for large crowds but after all the number of men who could profit personally by the Inspection of such ex hibits is comparatively small Crowds have crowded the armory nightly leaving only to return again The scene presented is a brilliant and spectacular one and the exhibits are a pleasing surprise to all vjsitprs Monday night the IrishAmericans filled the vast building and since then the crowds had grown in size During the coming Week every citizen of Louisville should visit this exposi Uon as they will learn much of In terest concerning Louisville and its varied industries Tonight will be Labor night Mon day will toe for the Cathplic Knights Of America and Tuesday for the Knights and Ladles of Honor PALM SUNDAY Tomorrqw will be Palm Sunday the last before Easter This is a day of utmost importance fo Cathplics many of whom will make it the occa sion of receiving their Easter communion There nov remains Jut one more week of Lent and if any there be who have not compiled with their Easter duty they shpuld no longer delay lleraftinber that this may 4c payIfluniverse who assures eternal life to all who follow his precepts CAPTY RILEYS CASE Capt Tn RHey who was so sum poUceforcethugs brou there Jkst week has been d ibytbe paper 1 wt wear he collar but is recelvjnVr comm nda forkingmenest and will see that he is not the loser Capt lliley has snore friends thsn all the mtenbers 3f the Board f Safety together Mid need have ao fear astpi9 uture There Se sorae ihiafr better tthan polleemaa In etere for him if hiiitists itJ nClNReII bav a perhiine JRA4e oft water lilis lMt eo U 98 a drop i c o Gfl1P 1 worth ofTea Coffee A P Spi i or Wednesday Ijj The Tea LOUISVILLEI Home Telephone Compan OFFERS ONLY THE BEST SERVICE AND- ATPOPULAR i RATESITS MERITS BEYOND QUESTION FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNNTHE JEWELER 530 West Market Street Reul stateI can RENT or SELL that house of yours All Iask is a trial I1F BROWNHOME PHONE 3698 345 FIFTH STR E ET illatJtm illPt21 gL August R- Baumer FloristBOTh The Masonic FOURTUAND ChESTNUT PETER M RHDRJOT 88O3 tir WAJGOI MANUFACTURERS Car lagefte lcllg II RH br tires 205 AND 207 WEst IIREENS1R ET HENRY ftAIJ1J PUtS DYER AND CLEANER Uliis aKli OtWUrIgAirsl WORK iUAflAKTEE- BphMtWu 528 FIfth Street Old ad gre WhiskIes a Spi lltlty BLUEGRASS E1GNGE LOWS WNlJZ r CO Pripiirsr j 3i8S1EiI rCi1ti1 1- U I it r SUNDAYS8T06 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for Ihe least money Oar Dentistry Will Please You wIadvertiseDR H1JJ COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVEMUE opp JIG C Lewis Co tiff 4 + +I + + + t44 It Us sf44f Cnmb Phone 21389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAMtO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET J We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on thSmarket at a lowerprice thou pun cothp tirr tors 627633 EIGHTH ST It I I I I I I I tttf TELEPHONE 2863 SOWDERFISH f H S 11 r 14fOR PURE OYSThRS 0 WATER 110 PR1EgVATIv 151W JEFFERSON 1 HENRYHUN6 BJC RnfU liaplil and laitey 6rcrs1 A FIRST uss SAMPLE1 RtoiMt INCINNETfN4tt n Old WJ k icl1rtt i h kat PHe4ji MOWtWAWi 1t 1 rrP t U lI r F 1 i td TUe IRIS TIpJd nt1n1nnn tnmmnmmmmmn1111mmn1 E 3- E ASKwE E = c NN w IMN E =3- E 5= w w 0 r1-w= eC1ay Street BreweryM w Ew w= Common = w prw BockI Beer ij = BOTH PHONES = w 5810 Si4 OIJ Y Sm = 711UILIUIUIIIUUIUUI lJJ111111111111111111111 IIIIIUIIIUUILUIULU r fr 1HM1 IY1 l r i4111 J J I i II J i 1111I Ii It J Eo TRACYr c L H STRADB BOTH PHONES 303 TRACY STRAUB+ FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crtaTop5tIed011 1531 W MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONSr FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s mast ain t9 Ireete r + + + + f + 4t+ + t t D J DOUG IERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers 4 L A i p 1 A BPthJPhC es 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHEDFOR ALL OCCASIONS w V l All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKETS E T to ir H HnHHq Hi Htn nHtJ n Utt + It t f t f f f t U Inran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietorfi Funeral Director and Embalmer IIJ L f Carriages Furnlahcd for AU Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 BranchFourteenth Sts I hPRIV tE SijTAL FOR VwBNBEPIEPTjiCtATJENTS jtThe Sisters of Mercy ofjeffersonvUle Ind own aijd jnahage aiprivate hospital teatmentofineaneana enialeandfemalepatients I onable For farther particularsl apply fa 1JARYREOINA IRCyHO pnAIIt Swirks Velsic JeHer MTllle iki ill toegets Sprtng itylea anda Calr be tetisitdleft itaeo11rea1le Jriltil rIJ n o PABST BEERj t ifKlrtc1 PUREIAlli S I a 1 Brewed from carefully selected barley and bopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until ProPerlYa ed yf5fc f 1 r f ij t w 1 Louisville and Jefferson fotthcareand MOTHR I Ind diintit tJo1owyou save money bi buying Diamond Wall Plaster It IIs that kips tMnjIepertd a WnyYhataiakei tt Mks when Jft goes on and betides Diamond Willi TtaMet is not affected bf nil coldest weatksertsw- hours o after it has beta applied If F r Kuticky Will Plastir Co I Ii m ca1roAT rD BOTH PHONES 220- 7ffiiYfji Wfi iiH Ji K- tb YY- t YIII r Wah 1tlJrt 0 O I 0 7lNfGHr 7OJfC EfMBnS f Late l News That Will InflJtjj V Members Here and Elsei f wherek J i IH1 VlIton Laclfdye the noted nctor now ionicarjng throughout the coun try is a Knight J roledo Counct1tilt gi peton operati eiitertsiinme ttfor thc Rthpof lt4nlearJ 1nAprJt Ten cars loaded wltin Philadelphia Knights went ito Pofctstown to wit nefs the Institution 0f the council there The council at Donnldsonvllle La has organs +ed a company for the purpose Of ereciting n building that Will cost 10000 Philadelphia Jvrilgliits eld a mCtjj ing at ith rGrand Opera House last Sunday afternoon and discussed plans for the erection of a ball Jlodheter KnigJits arc planning tJ build a new home and in order to raiae n fund for the purpose nI comedy will be given at the Lyceumj Theater on April 18 a The Milwaukee railroad ran a spe cial train for the Knights upon the occasion of the Initiation at Ghippcwa galls Was when a large class was admitted to the order Saturday In Philadelphia thTnnual benefit performance for the House of the Good Shepherd was given lIn the Academy of Music under the auspices of the nights In Philadelphia on Monday even Ins April 8 at Horticultural hull the fourth degree will too given to 200 canaWUji from the councils in the Eastern strlctof Pennsylvania- St Marys and Lawrence Councils are preparing for 4iHct entertainment and reception of Knlghta and visit ors to the Massachusetts State convention to be held in the City Hall at Lat enee on May 7 According to custom the Philadel plda Knights have decided to turn over the proceeds of the annual re ception and ball to be held April 1 at the Academy of Music ito Arch bishop Ryan to be awarded by Mm the charitable institutions in hla judgment most worthy The conferring of the fourth degree on Sunday April 14 will bring together one wf the most represents five bodies of Catholics ever gath ered in Milwaukee One hundred and eighty candidates will receive the de gree and Archbishop Messmer will be one of the speakers at the ban quet that will follow at the Plnnkln ton House Kansas City Knights will soon have permanent quarters They haw leased for ninetynine years with the privilege of buying in five the fine property at Locust and Eleventh streets one of She choicest corners in the city A fourstory building will be erected the WOund floor heaving six store rooms The third and fourth floors will be for headquarters wittt hall reading rooms etc The Pennsylvania Stalte convention will be held in Philadelphia in May The programme is as follows Mon day owning May 13 =Third degree at Lulu Temple and reception of delegates Theater party for visiting ladles Tuesday Mass at 0 a in at St John the Evangelists church Ses sions of convention at Wlther spoon Hall Evening reception at Horticul itural shall WednesdayConventions- ession oj Automobile rides and thea ter parties for visiting JladSes Smoker for members at Mercantile Hall In evening The delegates consist of the Grand Knight and a Past Grand Knight of each council in the State CONFER tHl Y ORDERS Archbishop Moeller assisted by Right RerfMgr Mackey rector of the seminary and by the members of the faculty conferred deaconship on twentyeTghit theologians of Mt St Marys Seminary at Cincinnati Satur day morning Minor orders and the major order of eubdeaconate were conferred the day before Revs B Roberts F Siefert G Meyer G Menge J Contain J Burke M Mal loy anil F Harley will be ordained prictets for the ClndnnaU Archdio cese about June 2i SENT SAD NEWS Tuesday the sail pews was sent to Ireland that Mrs Mary Cummings Lohmoeller wife of George Lohmoel ler had died nt her home in Jefferson ounty of pneumonia Mrs Lohmoel 3er was a woman of line character and beloved by nil who knew her 8he- cis survived by her husband two sls ers living in Louisville Mrs J B Koenlg and Miss Annie Cummingi and by her father and another sister living in Gort County Galway ONLY ONE ARM EACH James Daily a well IsMvn oncr ormed Democrat and popular across the river hna declared this intention of seeking he Democratic nomina i Ion for Trustee in Jesffersbnvllle f township the primary for which will toot take place till the spring of 1003 and the election Ithe November following Thomas Stradley ithe Repub lean incumbent also has but one Arm THOMAS SOLLY ELECTED Thomas gcaelJy the well known onusiclan and State Factory Inspector will again represent Louisville at the national convention of the American Federaton of Brusicians to be held at Cleveland in May This lsthe third time the local body has thus I honored Mr Scallyt who has done such for the organization that has sow a mcm eJhippf nearly 50000 WEAR THE SLUE I The positions mfw c vacant in the ipolJcodeparfmenl last week b1 the ac ion pi the Board of Safety have been rfilleil by the appointment ot the fol byiing Daniel KelHhan RobertXeat iPeter Tivenan Edwaid Whallen Kefeeiiit 1falkiutj SttyUn Connors r rein AJ 1 Jo1 ltadrandFrankL- orenzIN All are odd mild will rake fine officers J J u tl r IEE 7t BCtOR o A t0 R I 1 J v iDIVISION 1- Ifeetslealthelllecoad and Fourta Tucs IN da EvcnIngs of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice PrcsldentJnmes J Kilkelly Recording SecretaryThomas KI eenangJr I iFininislal SecretaryP J Cusick CourthouKe J r i x i Treasurer CharlesJFinegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran 0- DlVISICfrl 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording Secretary Joseph T synch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and Main r t President James Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 714 Bain street- TreasurerDamfel J Dougherty SergeantntnrmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 hfeetson the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl lute Recording Seeretry Frank P Burke OSullpTanTreasurerWilliam J Counelly tt SegenntatArmsRobc t Mitchell SentinelWilliam Anshrow j J DIVISION F 1 JEFFERSONVJLLE c Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall nn- I I- fI County President t = Louts Constan tine i8 President John Kennedy rPresidentICoyler kJ Recording SectettiryT OHern j Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney I v Marshall M Garrity li Danner BearerJ Q iColeV r J M 1 iJ I t MACKJN COUNCIL 205 i 1 Meets Tuesday Evenlvgs at Clul House 530 Twentyaiath Street PresidentBen JwSand irst Vice Presjdent John T Ken ItSecondJI han Recording Secretary Ben Reed I Financial Secretary Frank G Idnms 2141 Rowan street I Corresponding Secretary Fred aba v Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Andr1oti0utside THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls prpmptly attended to day or nlght Carriage furnish d for all cxx sionBt 1225 W MARKET ST VINES LIQUORS CIgARS VALS SALOONVAC LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 934 to 1230 oclock 44a V GREEN ST I UNFOUNDED Archbishop Keane says there is ho foundation lor the rumor that the Davenport diocese was to be divided The Holy See has taken no action in the matter and there isI absolutely nothing in the report TheI elevation ot Omaha to an Arch bishopric had also been much talkedI of wbich report is also dcniedby the Dubuquo metropolitan OUGHT TO AWAKE Some of our Catholic societies arc in need of a shaking up on the sub ject of their duties towards the Cath olic press These I duties fnot limited to subscribing for a Catholic newspaper and paying or it The Catholic paper is the constant and vigilant champion of the Catholic faith and it should on all occasions- of public interests or calling for pub lio notice be accorded at least the ame privileges and facilities as are granted to the secular press Another point worthy of consideration hero Is the fact that the editor of a Cath olic newspaper treats all subjects from a strictly moral and Catholic viewpoint and not from the viewpoint of some of his readers notwithstand ing that some of his pompous read ers suffer rom the delusion that no newspaper has a right to exist which does not coincide with their infallible views on ajl subjects of current and we might say vital in tereetohThe pRlkbloiws rrrpiete tbatare- inaty9qWeiaxrovery pftea a fa tTie i iii M tbo igh itfeey were latflide tot a waist to iw tch ft kirt k u a c t Y3 NEITnWEEIi8 f cteh J Trinity Council Will lRccclv fkcport on Club HouseI 1 Financer yff 0 The annountCaicnt that the commit tee that is financing the erection of Trinity Councils new club house on- eisfef avenue wilt make a jdctailcd report of their 4oRerntlSns Tuesday night will Interest every member and it is predicted the attendance will be ofrecoril breaking proportions President Conking has taken this matter up in earnest and proposes jto push tire work on the building In every way possible Quite a fund has been accumulated and it need rl9f be i surprising it Trinity occupies its own 3lonie before next intedIThere vas a very brood Tuesday night and nil were pleascYl with the report of the committee hav- Ing charge ot the euchre and dance to be given Monday night April 11 went r prizes hall been secured arid here vere bright prospects for as many more Four members were rer ported sick and their care was provide etl for The T theV busyness was ofa routine nature but considerable time was consnmcd in a discussion of ac tion to be token to recover moneys owed the Council FINAL BLOW r KIr5 Alfonsos Action Ends tlth CIcrlcal Movement i J IriSpalni AWonsjo Xlllf of Spain JlI s a6t sale the August decree restoring the clvi marriage formalities on the part 01 those desiring to be joined inwellt lock by the State Thus ends tlla Spniniwhich begun nearly a year ogo am tons caused the overthrow of three l Ministries n threatened rupture of the Concordat of 1851 and the scpara i tion of Church and State rtliroughou the Spanish peninsula In elucidating Ithe cable dispatches dealing with this topic it has severa I times been pointed out that IIn I spite of the comparatively long administration of the Liberal Cabinet of Lopez Domlnguw pledged to an antiClerical pro gramme nt antiClerical movement in Spain could ever assume the torn i of a prolonged and serious national issue Events during the last few months which have seen tile Klnt undo little by little the work of his Liberal Cabinet and the final rdturn of a more or less united Clerical majority in the Cortex leaves ne doubt on this point HER OLD AGE More than 150 descendants of Mrs Elizabeth Hazieton called on her Sun day night at the home of her sonin law Charles Howe No 4717 King sessing avenue Philadelphia and joined in the celebration of the one hundred and second anniversary of her birth Dlspite her advanced age Mrs Hazleton Is in perfect health and carries her years lightly She is able to read without the aid of glasses and keeps herself posted on current events Two years ago she had her first automobile ride which she enjoyed very much Mrs Hazieton Irelandto this country when she was thirty years of age LEXINGTON James Donohue one of the bfest known policemen on the Lexington force and a highly respected citizen died Monday night after an illness of less than a week of paralysis While repairing n folding bed at hl home Use was trlcken and tell uncon scious to 1he floor It was lirat thought Donohue had been lknocked down by being struck on the trend by the bed but is was found he had been paralyzed The unfortunate man was fortyfive years old and is survived bJI a wife and three children SETTLED The strike of the street railway employes has been amicably settles and the best of feeling prevails All is peaceful and harmonious and onlv minor details lack adjustment The union men have resumed their places and it is now up to them to make good their representations and give the company the faithful and honest service their Organization Stands for WILL GO TO ROME IUle Right Rev John J Monaghan Bishop of AVilmlngton Del will leave early in April for a visit to Rome UchneJIJchurch dij BaMfofeIwIlirflccpmpany rim BlslfopMdnoghnH Was consccrat cd ten years ago and under his guidance thesmade steady anUTfubstanlial progreW REMEMBERED Jeremiah Bacon Slits has been spending the past two years touring the world hus not forgotten his Louisville friends He id now in Ibrtp Iljccv and sent his Patricks lay congratulations from San Juan rom him Use Kentucky Irish Ames cnn received fine pictures pf the Governors Palace anti Casablanca SETS MARRIAGE TIME Last Sun33jr a pastoral letter from ilhfc Jlev Bishop Morris was read in the churches throughout tithe dlo cese oi JJttle Rock prohibiting even big or nigHt chairch marriages in the future The Bishop inaugurates the rule requiring all Catholics to be niararlefl to tlie forenoon in order That tiaewwnonysiHiy toe solemnlze4 with ti + kalJJ111t jThealletJtte anelreilktI Jl Is- haMalteet rraiB H tere ae pi ce the MM of a cent I rTRY F i J DIERBENBROS Excellent i COMMON I BOCK BEER TELEPHONE 1137 goo East Green Street FRANK FEHR BREWING CO XNCOREORA ED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrauand Pilsenet weer 1r BREWED BY SENN AGKERMAlfBREWING COMPANY tINCORPORATED TElEPHONE 452 1t0iJIt9VILLID KV Cumb Phone Hala 1913 HmePko 1913 XHE WIEDEMANMA l oltw BREWING COM PANYS Celebrated Draught arid Bottled Beers fG 1 r- S4 4 J M 3aldstallleadln g ban and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Savor Gruber S Deus r Managers LouisyjlJe Ky JOHlSiFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CEL ATED CREAM BEERr r 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY roles B I1 zaxLc WALTERS ii ff Clay=Street BieW idt 812 and 814 CLAY STREET tp Tel pboJle 209 LOUISVILLE BYX- a l it A S FOR D IgRSEN SI t t t tr FINI3 XARK BEERC f Telephone 1137 I ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JIve yoar boys lUndertakersthemKATIE AGNfiS SMITH T YAVIPPr COhL P lFbADYMt31LM1R112WBroadwrLoEsrllleKyi ladConducted by ttXoverk5Brolher C1ika1 lIg aSdcatllic aad luelnelS Course PreP DoChildren Specialty PhsG1IHHI8fHBl I CB THOMPSONHERRMANN BEOS hje0WIST pn4tt WINES rrjTlMPOHTSsa AND tiQuo r a SPECIALepTYaivhl = jjiOSEBIIDSf ems u aX ff OJ I f JESlGNSJJ e y TI 1 NELBottsSO11 tt- 140TTIliDf 11 INTYwfP = a M r Ali OI1Ierlll1leeSve attesttox and stlstfaottougaarasteed TekpUw 141 234 Sliik SkM4 U U Il JS il z uoZLX IRISH AJMERJOiI IAA 1UV ewsw eu eiabor Night a ar a gar Catholic Knights of America j I Night Monday Mar 2S g KriightS aad Ladies of Honor H I Night Tuesday Mar 26 p I AT THE IGREATEB LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION S J Will attract thousands of people to f the ARMORY with 1 ij Createre and Ills Band f- cJl The Alhambra B- SI Industrial Jiali c Ki t i Art and Literature Exhibits S Government Court K t pFOR SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS 5 SINGLE ADMISSIONS 25 Cts Reductions for Organizations i j4 Remember there is no extra charge to hear Creatore 4 or to view every exhibit within the Exposition jjFirst Regiment Armory Sixth and Walnut Sts H22KSHHHSS2H 22SSSS2SH SS5S5 WE SELL PIANOSi ji Of the highest commercial value r v i a it and our patrons enjoy the privi i f f aa- rvVw legs of securing the value of one hundred cents in merchandise for every dollar expended and easy montlhy payments if desire- dMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated ous O8O FnURr AVENUE Order Coffee By Phone Mulloy makes a specialty of this business Several excellent grades A SPECIAL SANTOS PEABERRY GRADE 2 2 I ibs for 50 cents1 MULLOYCOFFEB LOha w ARKEr ISrREET iTUB anas fl Rooers BOOR co Ie PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give os a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 43 w Jeffelr oii Street LAKE SHORE BRAND ButterjIMPi 4 PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you s HASo WIGGINTON9 Sot Agent for Loulsvllti Abe Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY ft QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than ailtother They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The ents this year in thewont rank Having madeour 1907 contract before the advance in prices of alt iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Shorthand end Typewritingfc lIheItllHleSflCti IBS tamtgbtat this Institution Is a valuable acquisition to anyperson A stepplngatof1e yateaBperiluirlaa J COMMERCIAL SCHOOL ill 0fyire 1tNiiMtr hwarise Lvasl911fa parr YYYr- 4 EO 1 FALLS CITY BEeR u Y irjN SALE LEVERVWH BA- KNittE MNEMII c ii IYfitj s- sJ U D 1 Satisfac g1 tion or YourMoney i Back I D JONASONMARKET SiREeT SET THIRD AND fOURTH INCORPORATED HighGrade GradeGoods Goodsat I Womens and Misses Stylish Springi Suits iWe are ready with all that is new and decidedly stylishi in WOMENS and MISSES SPRING SUITS and WRAPS The variety of styles choice of materials and range of POPULAR PRICES are on a broader scale than any we have heretofore presentedso broad in fact that adequate description can not be given in this ad 0vertisementwe therefore invite you in person assuring you of our best attention whether you have come to buy or just to look MISSES FANCY PANAMA AND ETON PRINCE CHAP SUITS In Gray and Tan Plaids Checks and Stripes modeled in new designs handsomely trimmed with taffeta and braids The skirts are extra full plaited We have these fashionable Suits in sizes for misses of 14 16 18 and 20 years Our popular prices range as follows 750 975 20y 1475 up to 1975 WOMENS FINELY TAILORED 1907 SPRING SUITS Entirely new effects in Eton Blouse Pony and Fitted Coat styles the materials are Panama Voile Batiste and Broadcloth in black and the new shades of blue brown gray and tan These suits come in all sizes for women from 33 to 44 bust measure Our range of popular prices 875 99 1250 1475 1975 up to 35 iWe are showing an extensive variety of Dress Skirts in new uptodate styles and desirable materials at popular pricesi 0000000 i 0000 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes Four new divisions are being or ganized in Connecticut and will be instituted in the very near future Division I of Nen Britain Conn will hold a three nights bazar Iin Hannas Armory dhe first part of April There are three Hibernian total abstinence divisions in the United Stales one in Boston one in Phila delphia and one In Brookline Mass Division 1 of Harfcford Conn wit1 give a bazar at the Auditorium iin April the capital prize offered being a free trip to tile exposition In Ire land President McGinn looks for a big crowd Wednesday night at the meet- Ing of Division 4 which WU1 be held in the new hall in the Liederkranz building Sixth unto Walnut A pleasant feature of the St Pat ricks day observance by Division 12 of Malden Mass was the burning of the 8000 mortgage note which hasI rested on their headquarters DlvlslonG 8 anti 13 of Springfield Mass each celebrated this week with its own banquet in honor of their national holiday Clergy city offI- cials and State officers responded to toastsNext comes our Fourth of Jul celebration The County Board ca make this the event of the year fo the people of Itoulsvllle and vicinity Take this matter up and begin work at the next meeting All the divisions In Mercer county united In a body last Sunday evening and marched to the Church of the Sacred Hearit in Trenton N J where Rev Tiheddeus Hogan preached a special sermon for them Divisionsthroughout the Easter- States are getting ready for the organization of cadet corpsa step in the right direction Kentucky Should take this matter up and get the boys in line to take our places County President Donnellys con WteiVt work has made Middlesex county Mass tflie banner district of the order He presents tt most re fiftythreedivisions The five divisions and the auxil iaries of Hantford Conn celebrated St Patricks day with a largely attended banquet at the Hotel Dom Mayor Henney Rev Walter Shanley and Postmaster Hagerty were Invited guestsDivision 1 will meet Tuesday night and as final arrangements must be made for a division and removal of property ithe presence of every member is looked for This meeting will have before it one of the most ini portant questions of the year in which all are vitally interested tapIdsband consisting of twentyfour pieces ithe members of which are oil members of the local division of the Ancient OrderTlls band is believed to be the only one in the world outside of Ireland whose members are all Hibernians STRONG CLAIMS Ppr Lincoln Parm Boulevard Over Nelson County Route Judge John Kelly ot Bardtown and ifessrs Sylvester Rapier and Frank Boone and Editor John BarryI of New Haven spent some time hero this week and appeared before the Tljscal Court on Tuesday advocating the Bardsfcown route for the proposed Spencer route were Judge John Speed and Judge hlhdler The Nelson anti Spencer representatives gay special stress on the advantage of their routs Jjeoause it nisi by a place where Lincoln and bis family moved nvhlla m boy There is aioa view of time ret le of ijfee ebeol kotiM wlJeretbe Tt MMJwlpaior went ito6al The rule of time x4Uery W4elnployedpointy ot lMereet are laIrue oauntyi Thli rtthout doWbt line beet wad aru U j I Meiis UNION MADE Shoes 2 to 4 Including Levys Spec ial 350 Shoes and Elbee4H Shoes = all styles sizes and leathers LEVYSTHIRD AND MARKET VVANTED BOARD WANTEDBy lady in Catho lie family Address 150G j W Broadway wouldncost far less than any other that has been suggested our FIscal Court will not Tnakc known its decision until some time in April MACKIN COUNCIL Decrease In Number of Mem bers on the Sick List There was a fairly good attendance at itheoneetinff of Mackln Council last Monday night and the reports from the visiting committees caused a good feeling All on the sick list were re ported improving and four names were stricken therefrom The event of the evening was the address of Prof Vincent iallsi who Imparted some excellent advice for young men many of whom ore careless and with sad results After the reading of communications and allowance of sick claims the committee preparing for the May opera reported that Interest and enthusiasm were Increasing and gave assurance that the pro duction would l e an artistic and pleasing success Next Monday night the special order will be the revision ol tine bylawand as many changes are proposed President Sand wants all members present Thus will be brought Out their views and vote on all questions sand a satisfactory reo suit AMUSEMENTS Olga NeUiersole one of the great est of all the Engllshfipealdnff actresses will be teen tut Jtaoanleys the feflt half of next week The Buckingham announces forI next week the Williams Ideal Extravaganza Company with singers danc ers bIg chorus and an olio that heads tha list In vaudeville One of the Masonics star attractions of the season comes next week when S Miller Kent will be seen in the treat atwge OCes9IlRaffles r Mr Kent he 8 met dbh muck success Inrhk c leodld ineaodraiaa this Sear eon A vaadeTille 1111 of unusual prorafn eBfe and tntertll woM d the pa 4roM lot ltkke Ifopklna terforaeJlltweek i HxMtenltig with Hve usual 6aatlapi 1erk nsmeee Sofa fV8uile rill hem ktsowa otraakepFo 4ee- doa timia11 1 u I PopularPrices 0 IRELAND Record of the Host Importantof the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The annual collection for the Irish language has been fixed for Palm SundayThe tenants on the Hatton estate at Dunleer have signed for the pur chase of their holdings There are thirteen tenants on the estate and all are satisfied with the terms The lifeless body of John Ilantl n laborer employed by Thomas Kelly at Lowertown County Loath was found lying along the track at a place known as Shevlans cut At die inquest there was no evidence as to how deceased melt his death Damage estfcnaited at 1000 was caused by fire that broke out at night in the witbulldittgs attached to the residence of Justice Cilbborn at Route County Wedtmeoth The oc currence is considered accidental and the damage is covered by insurance It is said to be stated on good authority Mrat the now bill will give ithe administration of 35000000 of Irish taxation Into the hands of the new authority which will consist of a single chamber assembly in Dublin of which a small proportion will be nominated by tine Government It Is reported that a rich lode of copper ore has been discovered near Altamprc Mountains reservoir seventeen miles from Dungannin A cor respondent states that when the con itractor wets cutting ithe mountain tractor was cutting the foundation for the reservoir wall nodules of copper ore were found and upon being tested produced nearly 80 per cent of pure ore The protest aneetinig Sn connection with the Crannagh land dispute Jot Balllna County Majio was pro claimed a force of a hundred police under County Inspector Smith being drawn up at the farm Through much excitement prevailed the meet- Ing was held wt Artlagh where the speakers declared tine Crahnagh lands must be purchased by tho Estates CommissionersAn of a melancholy char acter occurred a short distance from anturk County Cork resulting in the death of a man named Jeremiah SInglebdn a groom in the employ ment of Dr G Bolster J P of Springville It appeared thait Singleton had been engaged exercising a young horse then the animal sud denly became very restive rearing and jumping violently In one of its plunges the rider was thrown off Though given immediate assistance his death quickly followed resulting from fracture of ithe base of the skullIdeep sorrow not only among the people of that parish and throughout the archdiocese but tall over the North of Ireland iwherever he was known the deceased ecclesiastic bar ing by the many fIne qualtities in his character and his kindly disposition gained for himself the most general esteem Though it iwaa well known for some little itlmeHhat Canon Byrne was ill the hope WillS constantly feltIand expressed that he would and it came somewhat as a shock to his faithful parishioners Ito learn of his demise The death of the Rev Father Cogh lan at Ballyloolby caused profound sorrow throughout Waterford good priest had ministered in TheII parish of Lismore for years null left many enduring menu ments of his zeal He was the de voted assistant of the late Right Rev Monsignor Byrne during the years of his falling health and energy and upon him developed many heavy duties especially In connection with the completion of tins beautiful parochial church a monument at once to the devotion of nine people the zeal of their priests and the genius of the atfUsto LOSS BY FIREIPatrick Dixon for many years operating shoe t3iop on West Sixth street in JeffersonrUJe suiferedquite- a toss by dire Tuesdfay snornlRg vTheai the blaze wee discovered the fire department responded promptly i send eltbiduetltike fMnee but not until j otter the bullying had been con F dIptUwinff loconioAiv U J SE SURE 0 GAII FOR ti 11 N MCt iJt WfiiSKYII- T IS1AiVliAYS PURE j Distiller F irlield Ky 1McKem W1 w otX e if ADO 3r rr Z r rz rxrr wswss C OFxBETi eoo k e M By reason of being out of tho high rent district twe are able to SAVE YOU I DOLLAR on each pair ol shoes you buy x tS3l t T Haager Shoe Store f 307 WEST JEFEERSON S r- r w n a wwwu+ tw1 1 0 w Boston Dental Parlors ISOO VEST lUARJ Sr TEETH A SET OFIIGold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings SOc up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL yORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS HOTEL HOEMER III HENRY Q HOEjflER Proprietor I 15 and 17 Vest Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every convenience f and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate X hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrauce Ux v tJ FIRSTCLASS CAFE IM CONNECTION t k FOLLrOV7 THE CIZOWDA- nd you gIvll1gYOURi UNITED LAUNDRY CO Inc rporaWd HAND WORK A SPECIALTY iirfr GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 TnsHEPARDf President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET 1 F SULLIVAN Manager HEAD UARrICR xor Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Albert Ta Schrianz Co 4 REAL ESTATE w I IN ALL ITS BRANCHES TS ONEYTO LOANCOMB PHONE MAIN 27y imi1 Law Bldg Giufir and GreaDt I BANNONfrKentucky Hei Brick IBU ff fr ff 1Saraefoturerq INCORPORATED oY i VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK if FOR STPVETS AND ROADWAYS Office 588I2W Mum St WrbMipelaArtltf9Ik Ml mT- CLCfHONE 373 TELEPHONE 1292 e DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Hone Shoeing Forge 1 SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hones Called Pot cud leaftrrelrtr kt= W1NiaWIBAIWAYa199I 1 rtf- I1K11 WDOir s raiiq t1 f AL K3JEt 2 bf I 1l1rj346WestGres ftratMU1JO v OI A 1 t L c c FI5INTISO IRIISH A11ERIO t hONN NOONINNNNN NN NiN NNNN NNN NNNNNNNONNNt1NNN01NNi NN NN iNi NONetmM iOlOlNNANNNO HABITjtiVsome localities will radvance more rapidly titan others If you purchase any our S you get the benefit of our t song and Sl1ccessfl1Lexperience Our aim is to land property surrounded by conditions that will give it a natural increase iliivalue if you will use the same methods in purchasing a home site or a lot for investment or speculation that you use inn x= J Jch nfirn r fihthps or household goods You will look around and see where you can do the best WE RECOMMEND lots in WEST MORELAND r PLACE 30x140 feet with grunitoid walks for 300 to 400 each oil Pa3Tnrents of1000 cash and 500 Per uoiIth o vJSt MoreluidPlace= is on Vest Broadway between Thirtythird und Thirtysixth StreetS I I iINC0LNrC0URT 40x150 feet with all in1nOVelucnts itlade Asphalt street lan taici walks etc will sUle1y be the mQs- ettale residence locality of the West End Choice of these lots LOOO Lincoln Place is situated at Thirtyeighth and Broad way PEERLESS COURT is situated between Ormsby and Wilson und Fifteenth and Sixteenth Streets which Is tile center pfTi Louis il1es Industrial and Railroad Sections These lots are 1000 per foot 1OOO cash and the balance 500 per 1l1ol1t LiLIif Its locality in which you can keep rented a row of cottages at 1O per cent neta RESERVOIR PARK AT CRESCENT HILL our East End Addition possesses all the advantges of a Home Place shady avenues and iirstrclass neighborhood for people who love the country We have lots 50x175 feet each that waJjoclotsii i atWiees ranging from 200 to 51000 each SVe Would be pleased to send you plats of any of the above place s and talk over the many special ndv 2biiifiividuaiiy 9 We do a a General eal Estate Business and would like to list any property you have for salesIJ J 1 Ic l Phone 1729 WALTER S ADAMS CO Ii i808 CoIutbiaiF Buoildf bII C yr 4 i o NNOi ONN NNiNNeONNNNNN 4lN NNNNNNN9ANNiNNW+NNNNNONNNNO ONN- NNNP10N6 NttiNy 6 NNSiONNMN OMOi N il 9 i y- nqj r r ea- wmoaiJtJITY 3 1T 1Tns BO i AN ABSOLUTELY V PUREE lISl EY OF THE HIGHEST QTJALITy i 1 For Family and Medicinalj Purposes It Has No Equal 1 TTlTl e r ADiLunch II1 1 a m to 230 p IIBusmess THE mII PICKWICK WROBERT C GRAY I STREET I i 3111 1 FIFTH 14a1NN o NNO Nee NNOee NNOdNNNs GALVANIZED IRON WORK TILE ROOFING Z JvSONSyCONTRACTORS OF SHEET liETAL WORKe 13757779 Seventh Street X40UI8VJJLE Kra- NNNNINIAINNNNON CORNERTHIIDd f it MhE t r t KEATIN0 f10 1808 pRTLAND AVE JLades Neckwear mWreii1 eadt rlents Fur lshiIjs 1 iit L F 0 11 I C o 1 o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 of Brockton Mass Instituted in 1803 has a membership of 335 a substantial treasury and a bullding valued at 18000 Members of xlvislon 3 presented Treasurer Butler one of the oldes Hibernians in Hartford Conn wIth a large size picture of himself Auxiliary 0 has a committee thai visits the Cleveland Juvenile Coun and prowdes for any young Catholii girls that may need assistance Miss Julia Riley of Daydlle Conn County President of the Ladles Aux iHnry was recently presented with n dalmond ring by members of the auxiliary Outside the religious observane the feature of the celebration of St arkks day in Sreinphls will be th banquet for merobers and their IIn- vited friends A large umber of applicant passed upon at the two precedin Symciwerenight March 15 The ladies Auxiliary of Baltimon have been assigned tare plnce of hono on the occasion of the St Patrick day vesper service of the order t beheld at St Marys Star of tIle 8M churchA slon was organized last weele In that section of Syracuse so wel known ns Sallina If the people there are as Irish as they wore thin fconecountry Sixty memlbers of the order 1 In Rome N Y have organized the Hibernian Atailetlc Association Here- all Ithe divisions will turn out in a body on the morning of St Patrick lay and approach holy communion nt St Petera church There Is a ladles Auxiliary at Brockton Moss that has a member ship o nearly 700 and their area ury is in a healthy condition A fine legree corps tlhait gives splendid ex Ubitions whenever called upon is also one of its treasures TJils season Minneapolis Is to hay a baseball club representing the varl ous divisions In the city league and from the enthusiastic spirit wit wWoli the project tae been received here is every reason do believe the t earn will be Q strong one The Irish school of Gaelic con lusted by Division 75 of Boston al though in existence only six months numbers nearly a hundred pupils nnd is rapid strides ot every sell ston Thais school Is most unique in that It is the only one in the countr organized ants supported by a Hiber ntan division SUate Provident Dorsey nndthe other officers of the board are doing great work in the Empire State They have given the order an impetus that- wlll show surprising results when the national body meets New Yorl should have the largest membership of any State in the Union Minneapolis Hibernians will hold n joint meriting arid Initiation tomorrow afternoon nt vlh1cK they expect to fntentaln National Vice President Regan and the MInnesota State Roard DhSsiou 2 has the affair In charge and will present a programme in keeping witih Live occasion Throughout rUle country the divis ions of lire order observed with ap propriate exercises the anniversary Robert Emmet A notable celebraltion iva held in Duluth when the three Ihision and their friends were ad iressed by Bishop McGolrlck and- Xattlial Vice President Began Dunkirk Hibernians will observe St Patricks day by devoting Ithemselrcs Ito spiritual exercises They will at end mast at St Marys rand go to loly communion and in the evening will attend the ledture for the public for iftihldi their explain ihsas secured he eloquent Father Ward C P Division 1 of Boston will celebrate itJJi ilfUe Ui anniversary Monday night The exercises will include a grand concert by the renovri3 Boeton Irish Musk dub and an oration bye tITan Joseph nexAs- lIsrHwit Districtl Attorney Nrtionskl repkleni IrD1tBfJs will preside and- lividEd Billey rthe only wnrvivlrif rater 1IIl ever vita be nliOBorea lraliewiiI + tke InlflMioa r1f ipprleeis- ndkiatesc u raceatay lxpleioail t1 r r i Lowell Mass threw open its doors for a smoke talk that was attend by 500 members nnd invited guests After addresses by George Sheehun of Boston and Rev Father Flynn blank applications wiere distribute among those present and tater Prel dent Connolly announced that twenty five had been returned properly filled out and signed Bayonne Hibernians will marl their celebration of the national holi day by breaking ground for a new lUlU The building is to be of brick will cost 33000 to erect nnd will be the mo 4 ornate In Northe nTrc Jersey Frohtlng1 fifty feet on Avenue C with a depth of 103 feet tho building will be equipped with bowl lug alleys bllllariV and pool room and a gymnaBh n There yjllnlso be several meeting rooms and fa large assembly halt occupying the upper story There will not be n pnlt or any oJmniotlon In the hall KIND WORD If you have a word of cheer TJuTt may llglit the pathway clear Of a brother pilgrim here Let him know Show him you appreciate What he does and do not watt Till the heavy hand of fate Lays him low If your heart contains a thought That would brighter make his lot Then I beg you hide It not Tell trim so Life Is hard enough at best But the love that is expressed Makes it seem n pathway blest To our feet And the troubles that we share Seem the easier to bear Smile upon your neighbors care As you greet tough and stony are the ways Dark arid dreary are our days Rut anothers love and praise Make them sweet Walt not till your friend is dead Ere your compliments are said For the spirit that Las fled If it know Does not need to speed it on Our poor praises where It has gone Loves eternal golden dawn Is aglow s But unto out brothers here That poor praise is very dear If JOe any word of cheer Tell him s- oAMUSEMENTS Th offerIng of the nsonlc play nlrondayl leer Or list This is enld to le- Cl Play of Jusual interest and it Is promised tat a oopable cast wit be seen with 1 a production- The ThltroMV vaudeville are ticspromisnlordinary in next we Qs bill at Hop dos Theater It is sCMed that some of ithe bestknown etarsvln lIthe con rtimvous will be on tIle rogramme and that it will prove one tf the stat bills of the season Miss Maude Ftealy former leaMnir roman with Irving and a most intVjr sting young actress will be seen at Macauleys the first half of next week In The Illusion of Beatrice a modern drawingroom oontedy How ards successful musical comedy The District Leader with a cast made Up of popular metropolitan favorites win be the offering ofortbe last three nhts The usual matinees will be given The Buckingham will present an other great vaudeville bill next week Including catchy music and songs A feature will be the burlesques which will be elaborately staged and pre anted with brilliant electrical ef edt The company is said to be one of the best on ithe road RMnlond Barry Elected Redmond Dar ytbe Solicitor Gen iral for Inelhrid was turned to Par lament last Friday in the bye ele Uon held in the North llvkon of Tyrone the vacancy ibetn 4 due to the appointment of Major Dodd the T2 tiringr m mb rlfqrNoJth Tyrone Wo ea by the liberals atrthe regulare- oElonl to a Vidr f tp The marlty sf Barry oiffmlonLstoandWiidrte lllUYtII was oveR Totii 0 TII i t IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A melancholy domestice tragedy IsI reported ifom Klllotteran near Woerfqr Mrs OBrien Ute wife of a well todo farmer left her home nUll wandered to the river at Ltddoun When missed search was Instituted and later her body was found floating In the water Bishop Man an and the clergy and parishioners of Killarney contemplate holding n ibazar to raise funds for the completion of Kdllarney Cathedral and to wipe off the existing debt of 10000 on the edifice The edifice stands today In practically the same condition It did fifty years ago Coroner 0IIngan held on Inquest on the body of Laurence McEntegart who was found dead in His bed at Drurncadhel After hearing the evidence of Eilcn McEntegart daughter of tine deceaseed Thomas Clinton and the doctor the jury returned a verdict that death was due to heart failureThe maritime town of Youghal on the east coast of County Cork was plunged into grief by the receipt of the news that four fishermen from Hie district had loot their lives while engaged in their perilous avocation during the evening The unfortunate men were James and Edmund Power and Deiclan and William Mulcahy The bodies of Edmund Power end the two Muloalhys were found on the strand IIJt Mnngante bay and that of James Power was later discovered on the Waterford shore Sergeant Dodd diving accepted np pointment under the Crown the representation of North Tyrone be came vacant Sergeant Dodd wain member a good many years ago of svhat was known as the Ulster Ten ant Right party and In 1802 stood us a Home Ruler for Month Antrim being defeated in that contest but succeeded 5n the same interest in de tenting Denis Henry K C nt the last general election In North Tyrone Sergeant iDodd is ait present SenIor Crown Prosecutor for Dublin Widespread sensation lies been ere aced in Leitrim county regarding an occurrence on the BalUnaglerogh estate It appears that a rural post man on approaching 1the confines of hue disturbed estate where he wee serving registered letters containing processes und ejectments for nonpayment of rent on the tenants wits swooped upon by n large body of men whose faces were blacened and other wise dlc rulsed and Wie registered letters removed The bag was then handed him and he was allowed to returnWidespread regret prevails in Wex ford at the death of Rev J F Ken nedy aged thlrtytiSree years from diphtheria ills depth was wholly un expected as he was ill only a Yew days and the first intimidation of its very great seriousness was mode at the Sunday evening devotions and deeply affected the congregation Father Kennedy was a native of New Ross m+ 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almost onehalf of what you pay an agent or on Fourth street Pay only BLESSED SACRAMENT II ii t if t IsttolChrliathnte l9 loh What Sun Is to the Universe Its Center 1it t II I Tho Blessed Sacrament is to elf4 Christian religion what the sun is fo pur universe its center Do awayl with tho Blessed Sacrament and our churches speedily become lecture halls meeting rooms and places of amusement and recreation The Blessed Sacrament makes our ohiircheai nvtat they nre homes of prayer laid adoration From belle in the Blessed Sacrament 4 iq Rear Trcsenco =tie falthful afe5I animated byiSbo spfrlt of generosity to give the Tlch5 f their ibundance hoiofthelrliard earnedwagesto erect and adorn beautiful Cathedrals arid churches From belief in the Blessed Sacrament the architect drawshlsi 111tsine grid fhas as greata car for flie right jcqatru Uoh fofi the friezes far aloft in the dizzy height where no eye 8EeB Save the A11sd elng Eye as he has 11 erecting the walls anti the buttress and arches that come within bumaa ken From belief In the Blessed Sacrament poets Q1av e- sttngMielr sweetest strains anuslclaiis wafted forth their tenderest harmo ics artists limned their noblest crea Lions From belief in the Blessed Sacrament youth regards the church as the starting point in life man Jiood oomeeback to H to gIn fttrerfctli end vigor in UfeMi combat r aIENJN1 CAB li it iVf1 J Loeomotlve Englnere Inoreas 1 101 pour rJusandS Per Year Average Life of Man at the Throttle la Surprisingly 1 Short 1 i t F The Limit of Human Endurancer 1 Has Been Reached byj r + t FiremenBR- OTHERHOOD FIFTY POUH THODSAfi 1 i There are flftyifour thousand loco motive crigineersMn the United State Canada and Mexico who stand to gether In a single Brotherhood hey compose penliaps the most respected dlgnlflcfl and effective labor brgariizi tlon in the world An Iowa man WarenA Sanford Stone s4ilelr Ohtefi- iaL is torISsljyears fold hetryy candid cooJand pulled every tWrig from a local height to a lini itei1ea 4 s etc f4 t What is the membership of the Brotherhood he was naked Flftyfpurihpusahd We lave sub divisions In all the States and Terri tories and also in Canada and Mexico titC Sftro growing at the rate of Sour thoubMyi englneers a year Tho- freight trtI in this countrylli doubles every decaileI1l it requires a good- man new men t tneet the natura expansion of busInesH Three hun dred and eightyone en4neers iwen YearsNotwithstanding tnhademands of the railroads Informa tlon wihidh has been carefully ob tanned shows us that the average life the engineer is only ten years In that time he either dies on duty 01 from natural causes or is totally dis abled The average of our members is fortyone years yet there are en gIneers of seventy who are running fast trains When you see an old man in the cab however you can wager your last dollar that he is delivering the goods The figures I have given tray need some explanation Standing along they seem to be incredible It must be remembered that engineers suffer more from exposure than do any other workers This is especially so In the West When the front window of his cab is covered with snow or frost the only thing the engineer car do is to hang his read out of the side window He may be running forty or fifty miles an hourJ and the wind may be coming right into his face at the same velocity Flesh and blood give way under ouch terrible conditions and hundreds of engineers go to pieces every winter Some of them recover and some dont How long must a fireman serve before he gets an engine From two and a flinlf to three years but in the meantime he must bo ta man of iron and willing to work like a horse Firemen on modern freight engines shovel from eighteen to twentyfive ttons of coal each trip The limit of human endurance has been reached with them tis no longer a question of larger and stronger engines but the problem is to stoke the engines already in use It seems to one that a machine will have to do it Two firemen are some times employed on a single engine but that arrangement is hardly prac tical Ono man works gets overheated sits down arid takes cold Thu other man when Ms turn comes has the same experience The best fig ures we can get and they cover ten years shows that only 17 per veal of the firemen on American railroads become engineers and that only 0 per cent get passenger trains Some of them having but little stamina give up but more or tnem lose their healthNowadays n fIreman doesnt straighten up from the time his engine gets under way until his run is over Furthermore the door of this firebox on a modern engine is about face high and the intense host often ruins the firemans eyes At least IS per cent of the firemen who servo their time foil to get engines because of defective sight Even if the eyes can be made normal with spectacles the fireman can not become an en gineer although ho may have grown up on the road and been n steady and competent man After he runs an engine for a while ho may be permitted to wear glasses but he is barred from certain trains and from all employment as an engineer on other lines- But let us get back ito the flr maj who has served his time HeVJ es gayly about his business a dyt the end of two years is ordcradjfo head quarters for another exgirrCnatlon a biennial perfomance wttVi continues as long as he lives is compelled to know his engine io d how to get 1 it to the next st Uonf it breaks down and must undeEtand the electri dynamo whioften in the front of the cobemust be familiar with the tnechay8111 of airbrakes and pumps Consequently an engineer not onruns hIs engine but heats his tnand frequently lights it can an engineer who is n member pf the Brotherhood get em ployment Yes a tenth of the engineers in ourerpaaaIon depriveMIimofheir 1st that they be paid T3roi rheed ages work Brotherhood 1100rud ave all of our own condiUon a d rlyile ell ThemAtters we arrangej itli the railroads and Rot wiSi the ien thenifielvea Some of those vbre out would be welcome and some x ukl not be accepted by AM nsd r nd clrcB1t1lnceliL v TAKES OUT HER LVER A Liverpool Wy hid gfaen her etcher her dally order fcrer the oJ eoctenaandediRn order she had given for 9OIBtir1lverP a4YottvEII rfora pound a ago S5 ttri replyWell not need it and you need not send it Before she could put down the receiver she heard the butcher say to some one in the shopthke out ifrs Blanks liver Slat says she caih get along without it WITHOUT PARALLEL Edward OMcadhcr Condoi i i Unveils Manchester Mar i iyra Memorial tfl Edward OyMoaghcr Condon of Atchison Kans who last Saturday unveiled the Manchester martyrs meinoria In Tipperary Irolarid that periobnedt as we are tnware there is no parallel- in Jhistory The memorial was unveiled by a man who nearly forty years ago stood in the dock with Allen Larkin and OBrien who vas tried ontho anme evidence identifier by witnesses 4comioteil- an trIed and sentenced to death hi- ffhe Y same judges Hut against whom the eyiderlcgFtainted from the first was so utterly 1nfnlshvordiy thltc he Allen and theoth ers declared solemnly that they hud not intended to hurt Sergeant Brett OMeagher Condon in his speech from the dock at Manchester uttered a phrase that has become historic I have nothing he said in conclud ing his speech to regret or to take back I can only say God Save Ire land His companions advanced to the front of the dock and raising their hands repeated talC cry God Save Ireland Whenever in hay part of the globe there is now an assembly of Irishmen social or political the proceedings usually close with the singing of God Save Ireland l vOTT SHE HAS TWO Dubllns Cathedrals For Same Form oP Christian Worship Dublin is with the sole excep Jpi of Salamanca only city which has two Cathedrals for the same form or Christian worship Both St Patrick Cathedral and Christ Ohuch Cathedral were of course in preKefownation times Catholic churches ChrIst Church Cathedral has not however held the same place in the affections of Irish Catholic Nationalists as St Patricks Christ church has been much more prominently identified with the British and anilNationalist interest than St PatrIcks It is no doubt true that Christ church was the church of St Laurence OToole and that in Christ church during the stay an Ireland of James II services In accordance with the rites of the Catholic Church were held for the last time in any of the churches of the Irish Established Church The remains of the altar at which James II asistcd at mass and the tabernacle and the candlesticks arc still preserved in the crypt of the Cathedral But Christ church was the church of the settlers It was founded by the Danes it was re stored by Strongbow who is buriel there it waq the scene of the coro natIon of the British impostor antbcnt Sim nel as Edward VI in 1480 It was the church of the Eng Ish Lord Deputy of the unreformed Corporation of Dublin it was the meeting place on many occasions of the AngloIrish Parliament from its pulpit in a later day Dr Dopplng the Ishop of Meath preaciifd the doctrine that faith should not be observed with respect to the Treaty of Limerick and it was in a Parliament held in Christ Ohurdh Cathedral that Catholics were excluded from both Houses of ParliamentSt i on thn other hand has been historically Identified with popular rights ann ed1b1t1onDeIreland it WillS raised intxn Cathe drat by Dr Loundres thcArchblshop signatorieslous advocate of freedom In the fourteenth century a university bay Archbishopthe purpose 2 m Clement IV Subse quently to tBie reformatlon Swift the rotefltantDean of St Patricks was the first reat advocate of the rights populationIVl4eJjlfrers flocked to the deanery ant forced their way ito the bedroom where he lay BURNING QUESTION A tehoher in onAof the public schoolS of Baltimore was one day instructing her pupils in the imyster ies of etymology when she had occa sion to question a boy pupil with ref irence to the word recuperate As an example said the teacher vje will taco the case of your father lIe Is of course a hard workIng- man Yesmiit assented Charley returnshometie fromCharled Itbelnandfdet1Thatq o J dna wants to know aldiOharley1 WORtjIl TfiYINO tti threetI thecoatsIn Bilbao the rinsisf of church bells IB prohiBited by UwrA 1i- a c- d f1qS IiAiliIONS f t htOaeer the Practlcsts efrDeVou urn patbollcilK Lenten Period d i 1 The Way of the Cross Ts Human Itya Attempt to Fellow hilittJ i I i i 0 OrglMi sated the Devotion asi Now Practiced J HAS SPREAD ALL OYERCBR1STEHDO is I i t One o the practices of dgvout Catholics during tlie iehfen period Is to individually or collectlvcjr rep cite the prayers of the Stations or Wayrof tIle trossV As la rulel during Lent the filthful assemble in their respective churches on Friday even ings to practice tfliij dQvotlon What ar the stations 11ido1 Jatliollcs practice this devotionZ These art questions frequently asked Sy those not of oour ifaith t The Way of the Cross Is humanitys attempt to follow Christ in his- journeyfroin the courttajflPilate to jshiscruclfixion ment to the tomb The Catholic church is poor indeed thathas pot a representation of the stations whether they beancommon prints stone clay paintings or other devices There are fourteen of these stationsThe calls to mind that our Saviour was condemned by Pilate to die an ignominious death on the cross Look at your print oil paint Ing or statuary and you will see Pilate washing hIs hands as if he were rid of the whole matter whllo Jesus is led away in bonds Let any one follow these pictures whether he be Catholic or nonCatholic if he be at tall acquainted with Biblical history he can not fail to understand the scenes depicted The second station shows where Christ is made to bear the cross Ills first fall under the weight of the cross is depIcted in the third station Led along as a criminal to execution He meets hla mother This Is shown in the fourth station In station five we find an example of charity that is all too rare in these days It shows us where Simon the Cyrenlon helps our Saviour to his cross Then Veronica offers her kerchief to our Lord to wipe the sweat and blood from his holy face In return the im print of his blessed countenance is left upon the cloth At the seventh station Jesus falls the second time beneath the weight o1 the cross and at the eighth we see Him telling the women of Jerusalem Weep not for me but for your children At eta lion nine we see Him fall tho third timeThe real agony of the journey to Calvary ibegius when Jesus is stripped of his garments as shown us in the tenth station Modesty personfied was the Son of God yet his enemies bared Him to the 1r5tntlon eleven shows us the crucifixion and twelve depicts his death We see Him taken down from the cross in thir teen and in fourteen He Is consigned to the tomb A follower of St Dominic the Blessed Alvarez originated the devo tion of the Way of the Cross ns it it now practiced by Catholics Alvarez when the returned from Jeru salem to his convent In Cordova Spain built little chapels in which he represented station by station the principal events in our Saviours journey to Calvary Like many other benefits that the world enjoys the son of St Dominic was not given credit for establishing the devotion in Western Christendom Itwas not until the year 1342 that the stations began to be n regular devotional exercise and then through the instrumentality of the Franciscan Friars Minor From the latter the devotion was spread all over Christendom and has bean practiced more particularly dur ing Lent NEED MORE CARE In the United States every year 0000 more persons are kilted In In dustrial pursuits than fell in battle and died of wounds during the four years of Civil war We are killing twice OR ninny every year as per fished by violence in both the French and English armies during the three years of the Crimean war There are more killed and wounded on our railroads every year than the entire Josses on both sides during the Boer tar We leave enough industrial oas nltid every year to keep a con filet like our war with Spain going 1200 eQrsOur peaceful vocations kill more people every two days than we lost in battle during the entire Spanish war ALL CAN AID It is frequently the eliSe that a majority 01 the Catholic societies in this town have a sufficient surplus in their treasury from which they can easily give a portion to charity which is often done The suggestion hasbeen nodeS thatwe iiav6 no mow deserving charity than the small churches In ute suburban districts outlying Iiouvlllltf Thb struggling pastorS of these churches certainly undergo many hardahSpis and depriva tions in mfekitig ends meet and dona boss JO smatter how small certainly look big inttheir eyes as the necus- arily small congregations can hardy support them Societies and in lividuals having eMy at their UU posed would re itemiser these poo- rpastor and cburobes thereby oaf fharityI I n jr lmJitjtn jfU1nyJtltmit tn f1nitimtt nni t11ijti ltit nirafT TRYJ I iIi i E == e Excellent 3 E IEC m I 3 jB0CK onlleerj E TELEPHONE 11- 37X500 ift Careeir Street 7fUlUllllllUlillUlilllilii IIIifUiliiliIUIIUSiI iilIIBIUIl illi I IEverythlBi the Best W W JT UH6f4 a i j f111ttSJJ AAUIUJUJ 12 i t SALOON L JTWENTYSIXTH AND MAGAZINE STREETS Co J altAKiSllORE BRANi 1- Sr J t tl1 w tj Elgin Creamery Butter j NUTRITIOUSw c The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get Itf for you rd ti r It f f 1it1Lh IfII iol irc1MQTTtr INTO A7rdf t till Aljt JlrLoulsvlih JfAlso Agent rfor BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY 1 0 HONORS IN BOSTON i 0 For Oldest Member of Cath V oilcriHlerarchy fnV w melcaWyOn April 27 next Ills Grace Arch bitJiop John Joseph WIlliams the oldest member of the Roman Catholic liflprtvrchy in America jvlll celebrate anniversaryforrhioh United to make the occasion a notable ono in the history of the church higll4eem6tiherchurcli InNevEhgiattdis held- Archbishop Williams vns to ht Boston April 2r1i8 nepegln his education silk rIratt schdrgl and 1 later attended the Sulpiclan College in Montreal In 1841 ho was sent to did theological seminary conducted by the same fathers in Paris where Sao was ordained in 1845 On his re turn homo rhowaSi assigned to the- 1eranklinStrecLQatlfedrM jas assist ajtand afterwards as rector lie +vas yjaterv assignedi to St James clitirohandU ishllaIheie waS tilppoiht byBislippptzpatrlekdI seeded as Bishop of the diocese in l6j6 In i87S Bostori Was raised to nn Archbishopric and On May 3 the ArchbishopdYi111amn an all thcilongcourse of years that hg has lived js a pr est JM8hopte6d Archbishop in Boston tno amo zeaT and devotion to duty nave characterized Ardhblshop WilHamrf antI it hue been said for many years that his IK oqe of the best overnefe dioceses in blip Un oed Sktea and that vllh4he church authorities at Romo J o Amen Dan prelate liar a higher Wtanding a FEARTOR BEL- LJlIJUbuesJL4cnuntrystorekc N f +1o per n Pennsylvania and last summer he went tt6 PfilladelphiV f1io pufcSaso i a stock of goods Tile goods were ehdppe dKel itrMch lhome1a6tofe dldJiVhin tha lioxi+ of go e deiledJst e stci4t- by the drayman his wife happened to look at the larger fide tffiloud cry and called forahammer k rM 8 Ttasshed glUM Gauss otthe tawibleiilu wife pale a j nf Jlt an iiaon te ooxPWo reZ as follows Bill iorfdt t Pat Donnelly I Wines gild liquors Cigars and Tobacco PHONE 2JM BANKIComb Main B64a J A STEWART Home Phone 30J7 M K STBWART f8f witft Br sJn CARPENTERS1rot F AIND itBUILDERS IJOBBING PERSONALLY AND PROMPTLY l AJJ EprOht STREET5tlT4ibaoagmai6flfli TWINES UWOXS CIW ALuft- SA OONI t3 vAIH1ETEPIfpf r tHh iie nTIUr 0- 44g VV GRr orj n 1 r tr1 Yb 8 i rtr IIoJroro Iftr rolIJsAi 1- t i r + 1r ffjli E l IAq Jt IT III j w j WINNm w- m Ii i1MAKER OFor I m GENTLEMENS r r m GAR M E NTSw517519 FOURTH AVENUE SECOND FLOOR W 7 m1- Mit A 1 1 I 1 J o 1 ib f lJolJor JIf lJotI1Jo1Jor lti 1 fIo f iic IeI WCy t t a tar s 1 WI IJI Y iiiiB a JAMES i LI PETER r t n r I L 1 ilJ U U BWrOS i hryw I- jj j Cafe J 1 I J THEATRICAL HEADQUARTERS I i t I i I I Firie toYI U1ni J i J x xI r Js GE0RGE J BUTLER rt DEALER IN Y y y 3 FANCYGROCERIESANDPRODUCEFRESlJ rMEATS NrFvEGETABLESCI ARS AND TOBACCO r A AA J NOME PHONE 3359 1983 PORTLAND AVE Alf- TgMJ O v roro d NeeeeelN0 ee1e16eeNeNeleeee0e01eeeeeee00eeeeee + Decorations f Pictures Picture Framing iIIInterior 1111- qRobt Montanws 13 il WALL PAPER Both Phones 118 w Market St I e eeeseetiee eeNeseeseeeee re eesee i U It t t It II H It It it ft Albert A Plock- Y I PHARMACIST PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY GOMfOUNDED TWELFTH At D DELAWARE STREETS J1 I rr G f 1 1 f uu H u niii t t j f it + ftt h aoeeee++ e H eeeeee rFa- eeeeeewo YOUR FP YOllft FIETfSARE iv TEui USEsDr Clarkes PowderUoLII feetLilyand athlajrttt r FOR SALE BY ALL SHOE DEALERS Manufactured by BOpER BR0S JOBBERS OF LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES 6a1 WEST1gtI T TIJCo- ee eeeee DR JtomVeterliiry Infirmary and n i Horse Shoeing Forge- SCIENtiEiCANDPJtACTICALHOMSESHOEsIMC Monet CaW d Fareid Dtilverer i t earPt 1 h OfFICE mmm AMI SHOEIHS FORK WMOM w HUIWAY 191 c FINE WINES AND LIQUORS QGAILSAND TOBACCOS GENSHEIMERSPLAcEN r r SleyjnDjlfij I xTJL1Ir eui1 atIIochlUI o n I c WHITE HOUSE Irishmen Planned and Built the Home Occupied by Our V ArPresident I j v 5 vN Part Played by Irl8hCathollc8 in Foundatlinof Cap- Ital City They Poasdflsod SkillJ I and logory nulty That Country Needed JAMES HOBlItAS THE RGHITBCT Matters offinterestip pathollcs and illuminating to the country at large are continually being brought to light by the indefatigable efforts of Martin I J Griffin In a recent number of his American Catholic Histori cal Researches he S gives the hlsiory of the building ofaGe White Uouse at Washington by James lloban an Irishman and a Catholic Griffin sysINot only were Catholics iEnfant the Frencliman and Der mott ithe Irishmah the planners of the Federal City of Washington but a Catholic James lloban o native of Ireland was the architect and builder of the Presidents Paiaceeas it vw- oflrst called the PresidejvUa Ilouseaa later designated but better mown as the White House iV s x Hoban was born In Jfllkenriy Ifs land in 1758 When only twe1 t two years old he won a medal ifrom the Dublin Society for drawings of brackets Stairs roof etc It is n6w in possession of his grandson James lloban ESq of Wahlntfton lie came to this country after the revolution jind soon became known aa an arch test and builder When in 1791 Washington visited South Carolina writes Griffin Col Laurens and others recommended to him the abilities as an architect and the executive worth of James Hoban the Kilkenny Irishman who had since his arrival added to the growth and adornment of the city and neighbor hood by the exercise of that skill and ingenuity which the new country eo mUdh needed Hoban went to Wash ington City and submitted to the Commissioners III plan for the Presi dents Palace Isis plan was accepted immediately and without hesitation after a view of the drawings which were submitted Hobans plan of the Presidents Palace being adopted the selection of the site on which to erect it required the personal attention of Washington himself So on August 2 1702 tIle Commissioners and President Washington viewed the ground particu lady at the place for the palace It has given him considerable trouble nnd difficulty to fix Ills mind wrote the Commissioners Hobona design of the Presidents House content plated a central building with wings The central portion was executed according to his designs and under his supervision we are told he received 300 guineas a year for his services both before anil after tIle damage by the British in 1814 The north portico was not completed until 1829 and then according to Hobans plan Its popular name of tile White House Is due to his thought of painting the brownstone fronting and exterior walls to conceal the discoloration by smoke and fire We are somewhat shocked to learn that Hoban was a Free Mason but It appears that many Catholics were Masons in those days Says Griffin Catholics must nowadays be horrified at Hoban or other professing Catholics being at that Rime members of the Masonic order Rev Joseph Ia Grange a French priest of Phila delphia who died of the yellow fever September 1 1798 was a member of tAmenite Lodge chartered May 20 1797 and disbanded in 1823 In 1823 Rev Thomas T Da Silva of St Marys church Philadelphia entered Lodge 158 tout made no further prog TellS though he had on his arrival destitute from Portugal been as sisted by Masons as a brother We find further from Griffins chronicle that Cornelius McDermott Roe Patrick McDermott Roe and John Delahunty hod the contract for all the brick and atone work on the residents house ion one season and that John Kearney did all the plaster lug on the Capitol Thus far in our investigations we have found that a Catholic was one of the Commissioners that two Cath olles planned the city that a Oath olio designed and built the Presidents nQuse and also superintended tthe erection of the Capitol which three Cotballcs contracted to bund and nn other did the plastering while Patrick Whalen dug the canal Surely IrISh Catholics seem to have had n goodly share In the foundation of the Capitol Oity1t IIobon died on December 9J 1831 I t eemelrynamesake James Hoban Esq Purchased a lot in Mount Olivet cemetery near Washington and the re mains of James Hoban and others of the family were removed thereto AARON KOHN We are justly proud of the position o importance to which Louisville has aUainta in the commercial world nnd no business or profession has done wore toward liter advancement tlian that of the law Prominent among our leading attorneys stands the well known subject of our skewn Hon Aaron Kohn whose offices are located in the Commercial building southeast corner of Fourth and Main streets Aaron Kohn has s legion of friend and a large and substantial clientele Hfc powition esnangtde attorneys of this city and State tt a lealdlng one aa foe commandB the pat roBWlre of numbers of ourbe citl jieas He tihrowa test his energle into ItIisiotk and his clients lore always UM they will reeelve all tthMeom ijHf to tHem and pleaty sera for qd meeeure I 1 1- II H SAINT PATRICKS DREAM Gray dawns the morn on Blemish 1 hill Slowly the mistclouds lift nnd fade Till silvery sparkles every rill And diamonds gem each dewdecked glade jgjyxXeattiiK5M lff KM clad treat j iv fc The shepherds slaveiig BlumlJerI jEayi rest A Weary from tending Mllchoa sheep Benignly wpeit his gentle face He dreams a glorious lIght tose Throughout the land u Christian fane Tight for their Faith triumphanltlyV Jfo longer DruKlIsm Shows A Kacrificlal altarstonef And htintan blood nolbnger flouts In homage to an Idols throne Apt pagan fires throughout the land In groves of oak no longer burned For Erins sons on every hand By faith each day to Christ ore turned From visions holy Patrick wakes By Donegals bleak hillside moors At Gods behest his footstep takes To Martin Holy Saint of Tours And Itthen in time Christs Vicars IAndjO rightindSoaring the message of Gods Light There dally preached What the Son True God was born of Virgin Maid alonThat had strayed V t Till standing on Croagh Patricks crest IUs erestdtb light i elesiIi l s1ifc ilIIrf throne 1 JrJj x o Behold the peoplejbf his dreams pialIeY Streams That Faith shall hold for nye and aye oguinSaInt Gael At home nbroad or on the maIn Will cry God bless old Gran Untie The Isle St Patrick blessed of yore The land his footsteps oft have trod To spread The Faith from shore to shore And teach its sons the ways of God lovinglyHisFor Patrick let our motto beOur God our Faith our Land we JoveFlorerce McCarthy 0iMaliony VERDURE That Charms All Eyes fa the Rural Districts of Ireland A traveler in Ireland says that of course he lknew that Ireland wn called the Emerald Isle because of Hs greenness but It had never entered his Imagination that there ww anywhere in the world such a verdure as charms all eyes in the rural dis riots of Ireland The slopes the knolls the dells fields of young grain ore wliich the breezes creep like playful spirits of the beautiful tile pasturtsdotted with white sheep of the purest wool the hillsides rising up into misttsllrouded mountains are all covered with thick carpets of smooth velvet green The same traveler says that Ireland can also be called the Flowery Isle There is not a spot in the land he thinks where Nature can find an ex cuse for putting a flower but she has put one Not only in the gardens nnd in the meadows but upon the very walls and crags of the sea from the great blooming rhododendrons down to the smallest flower that modestly peeps forth from its grassy cover The Irish furze so rich a yellow covers all places that might other wise be barren the silkworm delights everywhere from thousands of trees to drop into its web of gold the blooming hawthorn with its sweet scent of pink and especially the white vnricty adorns tlui landscape nnd gardens wild flowers of every hue and variety clamber to hide the hardiness of the moral supports the bottling cliffs of the North Sea are fringed amt softened with lovely flowers and if you kneel anywhere on the yielding velvety carpet yon will find little wellnigh Invisible floeret red white blue and yel wwrought Into the rery Woof antI texture Ireland ougM to be called the Beautiful Isle Ilie spirit of the beanttful hovers over and touches to living loveliness every point ROBERT W BINOHAM Among the enterprising and rely able attorneys of Louisville none bear more deservedly the enviable reputa tion for integrity awl honest dealing than Robert W Bingham located In the Louisville Trust building Fifth and Market streets It Is a well knowi fact that no lawyer devotes more time to the interests of nU clients regardless of bow unim partont the sine maybe than does Mr Bingham He has shown himself to be a man of great ability and un swerving firttcgrity ond his growing practice and Increasing popularity at test the fact of We publics recogni tion of his worth Mr Bingham Is our present efficient County At torney which position he fills to the entire satisfaction of all classes of citizens CARRYING CAPACITY A camel can easily carry a weight of one thousand pounds on its back about Your rt f1e lie much M a fcoww can carry The oasnel begins work at the age of lout and ta useful for hall a century The horse as a rule is nearly played out at the age of itjfteea W AAd 1 1nit mi artCf A1 r 1 ie e u j ie I 1 IRISH BRAIN Developed the Interurban Trol GridironsWyVs the Country a 3rt Hugh MlGowanDrovethe Old Mule OAr in Kansas City He Conceived the idea of the First Terminal Station ErectedVv A i r L FROi PQ9R MAS TODULtIOIAIRB M The Middle West has been grid Ironed with Interurban trolleys which rival the railroads in passenger dma fic and give the inhabitants a cheap fast express und freight service such as tlie East has nevcr known Indian apolis is thecenterjjof the traffic Six years ego ithat troiieyII the terminus of one eleven miles long Today it is the terminus of a dozen or more systemsII with a total trackage of Every few weeks theres an addition often or tvycnty miles to the existing mileage and title does not include the city car lines None of the local cars II use the tecmiplst tlon jxyhlch lias nine tracks undo its big sited and IIs depow1tliatheecceprtont noise and gas end confusion and n few more of the things that male modern train travel n sort of torture till you get started Morotb4n1t100 cars eachcqnstltut Ing a + ftrainenter and depart Vfrom this terminal station every twenty four hours and during the last year about 5000000 passengers have been landed or loaded there There is n sleeping car and dining car service and the trains travel at the rate of forty miles an hour There Is also a freight service The passenger cars ore of a better style than the best rnrad for steam road oars finished and furnished n la The farmer liras Pul1mnnII the trolley car press cars carry into the large towns nail clUes the garden produce thntII would lhavo rotted in the ground unI der the old system and these cars come rlglriTito the door Its no mntjj ter of hitching up the team to drifcIa mile or five to the railroad I but of simply going over to the little platform by the trock and there pit Lug the boxes and barrels to be sent LintOllie brains which developed thisu interurban trolley system are In the head of Hugh J McGowan who used to dffve a fifteenfoot mule car up and down the hills of Kansas City and afterwards was a policeman there Today lie is a multimillion tire He is a smart handsome Irish mon who stepped from the police iorce to the asphalt business then into gas and finally into the business of consolidating corporations It was for that purpose that he went to In dianapolis in 1809 and effected ti trolley consolidation Later he did the same thing in Cincinnati and between the two cities he has made himself the possessor of several millions He is President of six or eight trolley companies He conceived the idea of the ter minal station and superintended the purdliase of the first plot of ground in the business center of the cityOn which the now structure now stands He bought right of way with the some freedom that some men buy fivecent cigars He saw that the Ohio trolley lines were suffering from having laid their tracks on Public highways so he went about It just as the steam railroads do and nearly every line entering tie city has a prlvoU3 right of war 100 feet widen these heavy tracks were laid and ballasted as carefully as the best in 1he country so that note it is like slIding over a billard table to ride on the older lines SQUIRE JOHN ADAMS It Is not the intention of the Ken tucky Irish American In this issue to slight any man or corporation who figures prominently in the up build ing of Louisville In the list of individuals we have named are to be found men who have given of thoir means and brains unsparingly In furthering the citys welfare No one cnn be more prominently mentioned in this connection than John M Adams best known as Squire the present efficient County Assessor And as long as his atflairs are conducted in their present commendable manner we wish for him an era of Ierdnereashng prestige and popular ity All who know him accord him only praise and speak In the most complimentary terms of him as an officer and as a gentleman Surrounded by a corps of intelligent and capable deputies die is giving the import irt Office he holds an adminis tration that is unsurpassed FLOOD TIME They are telling the story of 1 philosophical farmer on the Ohio river whose house and barn were mortgaged up to the eaves And when one day standing on a safe eminence ho saw the flood sweeping them away he shook his head heaved a slgl1of relief and calmly observed There goes my floating indebtedness PLAYS ABLY John B Qleasbn one of Idje lawyers of the Tliaw counselJ has won dis tinction as he roost expert and set entire bridge Whist player In New Yorks Some who had never heard of him as a lawyer remember him as a MtMgp apeaker Ills itriurapBS in this line made him in demand in certain districts ef New York rf J erman Securityj Bank t f Or1867Capitalpaid in Dividends since organization 679000 and has never skipped one Have ample Capital Surplus and Deposits to accomodate the general public in an affable courteous way p INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS N++++++++fttott++t+ +ft t TELEPHONE 490 HENRY PASLICK f T- HJcdn A Stratton Co II- f F kmAiEj ESTATEi7 For Sale For Rent Money to Loan AUCTIONEERS I OFFICE 329 FIFTH STREET It It t It It It It t t II It It t It It It It- ii vvvV A American National ts 1 lv Bank r s i r THIRD AND MAIN STREETSvv tIssuesH tt W K x o I r P H 1 1IIM1 1 MM IMInI I 1 IxrIH lHI l I 11I IH1 1 1 III I III1 1 1 H+l I 1 1 I 1 1111 1A PLACE FOR GENTLEMEN OUR BUFFET BAR is a place where gentlemen congregate We do not cater to the un desirable class of customers and take every possible pains to keep our place free from everything objec tionable We want the trade of gentlemen and are doing everything we can to get it McKENNA and 17 other brands sened at the bar HENRYI EsBOSUETI 11 I 1 I 1 I 1111 I I II I I 11111 HHHIHMI I 1 I 1 I 1111 I I 1 I I I f +PNS + ii+ i i f PULL LINT OP HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS i QEO DEHLER JR ij I Hardware and Cutlery IIRON NAILS WAGON MATERIAL + J r PLOWS FARMERS TOOLS ETC f X A6tntorthwestern Jlorse Nail American horse Shoes aud DrydenPads t kvk s 404 406 108 410 412 a Market St Below New FARMERS n0MB A ot r at a Brrsai 7 Mf f ESTABLISHED 11842 BOTH PHONES 445 P WINKLERS SONS iINCORPORATED lH D iljf t- Wholes4leo J Grocers and Liquor DealeiSi1 301 L MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY I SEND FOR SAMPLE LOUISVILLE PAPER CO LOUISVILLE KY 1 tott + tJ J j t t t t t t t t t t U t t t II f 41 runs WIKM ALlt KO OHAIIPAGXI 845 West Green Street a LXQUOM OWES d I rMJf pnP4Fx13iecblg14w t + ietratA6y- U I j i tttet1ief eMk= lerruxlen AugustJRsa4J i Baumei1j 1 Florist ih fiI BOTH PHONES i The Masonic FOURTH CHESTNUT AND WIRE and IRON FENCESWINDOW STALLGUARDS Steel FEED TROUGHS IRON HAY RACKS WEATHER VANES ETC Dow Wire Iron Works BOTH PHONES 749 730 W MARKET ST I f 5 i q TESTIz x i on the celebrated Straight Creek and we are the only dealers l f in Louisville handling the original article r f 1 i i Five I f Wilt i Telephones SCANLON COAL CO Incss YI tiN MININN NMMNIN NNNN INJNh N IN11i NN NIN NNI 1 1 1 1 1q 1 1 1 NNIN N11711NIN NINNI fIN N NI NININ N NIN NINININ HINIti111 NIN eNINNIN NIN Ni1 M N hINN NNN NIMNIN11iN NNNNNI 1 1 1 I 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y= I r 7 C i k jTT1LAf f fJttbe outsvttte j l i Bn3eiec Cos j s =4 i fettling Department j 1 is cOlnpletetI i s t Unclubing German ails Bncjlfeb + i II 1 not pe Composition 1 y s s L k i 00rL M rJtfor14 14lfilfiT91 110i YSM3I1i 1- rI i + x x XXS W x x x XX x xx XX x r CJ DESSE SON 3 + DEALERS IN is s I I A Staple and Fancy Groceries y 11- A T Sole agents for the John F Miller Wheeling Stogies 4 Goods delivered to all parts of the city yt s y s s HOME PHOHEJ 651- f n rNWi rGor Clay aidd Washington If t j 11 1t j n t 1N N N N Ii iw 7r VV N c N t t IiII ARRLiI Seventh 324SEVENTH Ave PPQRII J Old Stoneandreenl ve Phont Main 1Choice1 4t i U I FOJIO2V Tag CROVVD J JffitJi Awl you DONT RUN XIS5K by giving r joitietfMTE0 CO i st = i b Incorporated HAND WOK A SREGIALJY jidfr I i Ii I f Aa2FOR AND DELIVERED fi BOTH PHONEs 1188 = 493732 t 1 NSHEPARDanE01Iete taiMAUIOFAQE 5U4SlXTNSnfET MEINEEN- n J j i i tat Ii i J U fl o- tf L A t NTUOKY IRI IHT 1 1t STEPS TAKEN 1Z For Entertainment of StateJ CathollosghtssI s s Enthusiasm Prevails at Months s ly Meeting of the CentralI Committee I Will Issue Circular Address to i Catholic Women of Louisville I t STANDING COMMITTEE APPOINTED j The largest and most enthusiastic meeting thus far this year of the J Central Committee of the Catholic J Ivnights of America was held last Friday night at St Murya Hall Throughout the proceedings were in iterating and were enlivened by very timely talks The chair was occu r pied by President McGinn who was mush pleased when several delegates appeared whb hud been absent from many meetings during the winter Branch 45 sent in the credentials of JII Middendorf who was seated as- a delegate This year the State convention of the Kentucky branches will be held J in Louisville and the subject was given much consideration Tne Central Committee will of course I he looked to for the entertainment of ttihe delegates and visitors anti the J first steps toward that end wer taken During the discussion of the subject in which nearly every one present took part the isentimeat ff J vored a reception for the State Council that would surpass any ever given that body in Kentucky The undertaking is a big one and means J much work but the Central Commit tee feels equal to the task sad will be prepared Ito entertain as many as five hundred Many plans were suggested by the speakers but nothing definite was done all being referred to a special committee that will repont in April This committee is composed of Councilman Michael HollyThomasAs soon as the programme has been J perfected this committee will be ex pected to visit all the branches here carryIng The committee having charge of the new ritual reported greSSQ11 arnounccd that they would soon be ready for its exemplification This ritual they say will not only Bur prise ithe members but will make y interestingilL 642 had secured two more members pendinPresidentcommittee that served last year and t reappointedIn an eloquent talk JVilllam T Meehan President of Branch 23I beingdonebuilding the Catholic Knights of America In all the States where beingthe national convention at Cincinnati offered by the Supreme Council He announced his candidacy saul urged aU Ito do their utmost ito keep Ken tucky in the front rank As the result of his remarks Jt was decided theCatholic benefits tRIeCaUlwillbeelaDjRUJQbey j 1 f Patrick Holly always gn eMerfainII ing weaker tola of wit Was being J hraaeehintowhichreviewed the work being done by I I 0- tl I SupremCouncileverywheregreatly interested in the comin g State convention and was confiden nnJheldAttention was called to the specia rate now open to new members bu1t which will soon close Delegates wen instructed ito notify ttheir branchc that there was not much time rc malning and ask their members tc make a united effort to increase e their numbers On Road Up The accompanying cut is that oj Thomas E Sheehan Jr the worthy and ambitious son of Thomas Shee- han 2040 Preston street a veteran 01f the civil war and now Connected with UponhisSheehan engaged in the railroad steptothe traffic department of the Southern railroad He 1also prominent and popular in Catholic circles and for some time has been the efficient Sec retary of St Philip Neris conference SoclehlWafriendslooktopofr Bazar in April The women of Holy Trinity Cath cUe makIng beheldApril The appUed oseweraisensrnentsPostponed The oftheSocieties which was Atohave beenheldThurs WomansClubnextThursday nallepresentTake One Game i I The American game of baseball has taken a firm bold In Irelandw ra thte outlook for the spout is excep tionally good Late advices are to the ilbeing1 offormerConsistory Itepors from Rome repeat the state heldshortlyexpectedthatcreated thus far certaintyInoonaectfonWhen linoleum begins tpshow goodquality wouldliescathinggetP re t I MISSIONS t Begins Tomorrow at St Fran ccs of Rome and Holy 1 Name Missions that will last a week will begin tomorrow at 10 oclock at Holy Same church in South Louisville and St Frances of Rome an Clifton The mission lit Holy Name will be con ducted by the eloquent Passionists Fathers Benedict and Ambrose and f IJijv John OConnor the pastor in vites the people of that seottfon to attend r all the1 services Three services will be held each day two in the morning and one in the cvenjng when the missionary sermon will be preached Those two noted Franciscan mis sionaries Fathers Vincent Trost and EnsctWus Wagner will have charge of the mission at St Frances of Rome The daily exercises will in Jude mass and short instruction wt 5r30 oclock mass and sermon at 9 j oclock derations and instructionsI I for the sodalities and in 1he afternoon and in the evening I the rosary followed by the mission j sermon and the benediction of the most Blessed Sacrament t The services at both these churches will have an additional interest to morrow from the fact that it is the teas tdnys of St Patrick to whom his I sons and daughters will do special honor Being also Passion Sunday they could not select a better time tocperform their Easter duty and show their love for the true faith HINTS ON STYLE Nothing makes more ntitrnctive and altogether satisfactory kimonas than Japanese crepe in some pretty de sign The new pongees are shown in ex ceedingly lovely plaids and checks that are peculiarly well suited tj young girls Uace is more fashionable than ever and the soft lace ties bows and jabots are immensely becoming and extremely popular The draped crown seen much in J velvet this winter on the Parisian millinery will be laid over the flat straw hats this summer Of the dark colors navy blue is by far the most popular for suits al through the light grays and cream ground mixtures are still way in the leadBox plaits are the feature of th i small dress for the small girl The little waist has n full pointed yoke the plaits extending from this yoke to the belt- Colored blouse and skirt frocks may be beautified by plaited frills collars and cuffs of white lingerie or linen with narrow tailored hems matching the color of the frock ma terialThe oblong boat shaped hat with sides slightly upturned and trimmed with one great ostrich feather laid straight back over the middle of the crown 183 fashionable shape and much more becoming than U sounds There ore a great many exceedingly charming arid durable sittings being shown of linen combined with a little cotton this season and one andaUc they make eminently attractive shirt wait gowns The mushroom Shape with crown bigger and deeper than ever is the most striking thing in millinery and in trimmed often with two cabbage rosettes on cither side ftbe front and a bow with trailing ends at the backDelightful little shirtwaist frocks are made in fine white lingerie stuff with front frills collar and cuffs whose edges are buttonholed In color Sometimes an embroidered dtslgnls added but the pl in scalloped edges with their lines of color are partic ularly dainty lightstripedlannels greatPOJ11i1 creases with proanisfc of becoming greater as the season goes onA They theseooa1ndsuits and yet eveay ody wants one sb h in feetfetVie JtjMartmentfJisfy the delaaadt i J t- 7a e Now is the TO Tim Call or r ethone fttr GFBierbaumBro 1 1JJI tSHOME PHONE 1167 i i hI Ii 205 West MArket Street FrankS 5th St Market BOTH PHONES Every Catholic Family should read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN One Dollar Per Year 44 + 4 NNMN lN4Nt0iNN00 140NN4 NNNOSt N 0 0 A EASTER CLOTHING READY 2Forof25cBoysConfirmation iest stocks to select from in the city T MYER HERMAN 0 222 W MARKET Bet 2nd and 3rd I ++6++ + + + + +H ++ + + 4 8tI8888ttS8me Giias ftRogers BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give DB a cal and inspect onr line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUStOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 3tS5t VST Jefferson Street M 8 The Best To Be Had MULLOYS COFFEES utilityWeve1 t never fails to pleaseandour Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c is just as goodas our COffees Phone a trial order v MXJJLLQY COFFEE ROASTER a13 VarMAtKET STREEThAUA o ofM TELEPHONE 105G IlDECKE lSS GROCERY Shelby and Jefferson jPICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the l Jjalcle Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market they cook quickly bake excellently and on account lyeagasc easily cleaned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will k piII- in the front rank Having made rarer 1907 contract fore theftdvaece in price tatoldi GEHER jj SON 217MARKET STREETNEAR SECOND t g1liUiatlV Iacquisition to any person A stepping et8ne employmentsv I ICStd a1J a t SCHOOLt1 ialitt wan StcvH cIt Ttner brrlt tS MHV taUISVULE IS J t1 0 + o riy I n2r TUO xi8n pi RXPA5 t 8W+ + I i J rHtfrf JTlT AJ sn TJ o TT6 I nt I r i f zui zuz zz- J I zz I 0 i i IH yr tS yyvyy1Yyy- AV y yyyy- A1 Zl OUTFITTERSaI Ay- yv Ay- yy fy y- yv A- yyyt A- An M- zz ZS yy- A1 Tnr U16 STORt- o AA AA AA AA MW 1 yy ii 424 434 West Market Street Z z Zzs zZ 5 We have made greater preparations than ever before to supply the i communicants and confirmees with their outfits this season We have everything that is necessary all in the very newest styles at prices ii a = in reach of everyone thereby malting it easy to do your buying of us s yy- AA z BoystConfirmation Knee Pants Suits Jss- xi N 1- ADxi 2 250 3 350 4 5 650 s s- s s z t Boys Confirmation Long Pants Suits j tt 5 750 10 12sZA iS- 1n is Boys Confirmation Hats 98o 148 = vz 1o nzs sszs j BBBoys z Confirmation Furnishings such = II ffas Shirts Collars anll Ties ZI j s we fire snowing New SDrino suits and overcoatst lor Men Young Men and Boos j THE LARGEST CONFIRMATION OUTFITTERS j ii s I fg Tllt U16I STORPiI I IH r N MARKET STREET BET FOURTH AND FIFTH STREETS ZI a = MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO XHK X H X HKK H 0xS1N N NHkMKK NX N MNN M 1 N N N NN NN N N OOr 11N N N N NNNit N N N N MNNNNN N NN N N N NN N N NATIONAL FOUNDRY I o AND MACHINE GO e j0 SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE REILLY STEAM PUfiP Machinery Built and Repaired V l Castings of all pods made and repaired Vr Repairing promptly attended to 1406 to 1430 W MAIN ST LOUISVILLE KY H X Hfrf X iayiV V y X X N y S p BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA JJAWaIWI T HISKYI- TY IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IU 11IIIa IJRealI Estate I can RENT or SELL tlM house of yoursAllsI asfc is atnalT r j RQ WoHO- MI rirSY03yq5l FIFTH STREET r 9- p I BIG TURN OUT I Hibernians Will Attend Ex position In a Body Mon day Night Division 3 A 0 H had an exec lent attendance at its last xneetin and the session was a busy one AU members were gratified to hear tha Dan Dougherty was improving on would soon be out again Presides James Oolcman occupied the Chair After the reading of the proceeding of the County hoard it wets decide to notify the members that Division 3 would go with the others in a bod to the annual communion at St Williams church at 7 oclock on the morning of St Patricks day March 17 The special committee appointed to make preparation for a fitting ob Bervance of the anniversary of the patron saint of tlhe order reported that arrangements had been made for a banquet at the new Clayton Hotel just opened at Third and Main which will take place Sunday evening and to which members of the other divisions had been invited By a unanimous vote it was decided to aMend in a body the opening of the Greater Louisville Exposition haYIingnight Secretary Morris reports that the division is securing new members right along and that there Is always something doing at the meetings All Hibernians are cordially invited to visit this division and are asured a pleaSant evening Tiekets to Ireland Michael Sheehan tie wealthy Portland avenue grocer and one of the most loyal Hibernians in this city has or many years represented the leading deamship compianies ply fug betve i Oils country and Ire land end during that time has ar ranged for the passage over of many people who returned to visit the old land When seen the other day he seta an unusually large number were arranging for trips to Dublin ihls year where they will spend several weeks and for a sum much less than it would coaL them If they spent the wane length of Itfane ert any of the fashionable American summer re mutts Tickets on Mme best steamer whkii include passage and meals can be procured tor leas than 100 Vfe frtve jie tofonoatlon tthebemeflt of any who may went to go tk Ireland Hiils yjeaiv find would ad phiiomitom aveMr 9ileehea rsanke- the errs Bto foe bheei n ERINS SAINT Will Receive the Homago of His Children Hero Tomorrow 7S Hiberninbii to Attend Mass in a Body at Church St Williams Bnnqhet In Evening VUl Marl Opening of New Clayton Hotelt tIMPOSING SERVICES AT ST PATRICK Irishmen the world over ever looc forward with pride and pleasure to the reoccurrence of the festival of their notional saint and patron St Patricks day rind March 17 are phrases nyhlch strike a magnet chord in the heart of every patriot Irishman lEvery country las iits heroes and is justly proud of Hhem be they soldiers saints or scholars Is It any wonder then the the en ithuslhsm of Irishmen knows tno bounds on March 17 which is sacred to tote memory of that hero who is lu himself the personification of the highest qualtities and virtues of the saint the sage and the soldier He delivered their beautiful isle from ilie darkness of Paganism and made it the island of saints and scholars the home of learning and the pioneer of the faith throughout the world That preeminent place she litm proudly maintains that unique reputation she stilt jealously preserves The love and veneration of Irishmci for their national saint and apostle is growing In intensity year by year and the light of faith which 1 he kindled is burning more brilliant now than when he expelled tbe Druids from Tara lighted the Paschal fire on Slane and overturned the idols on the plains of historic Westmeath Hence it is that the Irish men ond women of Louisville will hold this year as they have ever held first a religious festival and reunion iin honor of St Patrick in the morning to be followed by a grand banquet that will mark the opening of the new Clayton Hotel where a fitting close will be given to a well spent day In all the churches here w111 be services in honor of St Patrick and in most he will be the subject of special sermons As is the annual custom the scrv ices at St Patricks church will be on a most elaborate scale Here the people have special claim on St Pat- rIck and priest and people vie with each other in worthily celebratinj the great festival The services wll begin at 1030 oclock witti n Pontifical high moss celebrated b the Vicar General Rev Fathej Cronin assisted bv deacon and sub deacon and tie Uev Henry Miller the noted and eloquent PassIon1st orator will preach the sermon Our venerable Bishop flight Rev Willlan George McClockcy will grace thi occasion with his presence as will also many of the local clergy No the least interesting feature will be the musical programme which will be rendered iby an enlarged choir end some of UiCflnc9t talent in the cityTomorrow morning the Hibernian of the city will begin the celebration of the day by visiting St William church where they will attend mass at 7 oclock and receive their annual communion They will be welcomes by Rev Denis Murphy and it is ex petted that the number present will throng that beautiful edifice ns never before They will have no other cele bration during the day but at night there will be a banquet for the mem ClcytooIroteJpatron saint of the Ancient Order will be told In song and story where enthusiasm will have full scope and patriotism will have ample fuel on which to feed This banquet is un der the auspices of Division 3 but the others ore all interested and will be largely represented The State and county officers have been invited and also the divisions State President cutler County President Murphy Thomas Walsh William T Meehan John J Barry and P T Sullivan will respond to toasts Hibernians are urged to come to the banquet and prove the truth of the sentiment Thy people now exiled on many a shore Shall love and revere thee till time be no more And the ire thou host kindled shall brightIts undying its light tI StrasselGans Paint Company Xo business factor stands our more prominently in contributing to the advancement of Louisville as a commercial point of importance than that of the StrasselGans Point Com pany located t215 West Market street This firm is well and favorably known in the city and State md the business has increased since its orgnnimtlon soltJIat today it iclds a position of prominence in iheir Importamt line The Stflasscl Jons Company tare manufacturer md dealers in nil hinds of paints md painters supplies and jobbers In ills and varnishes It is a well known fRet that tilts firm can be relied upon for the fnllflUment of all mtracts and 5s a concern that adds rreatly to tfliej commercial value of my community They are worthy of ur indorsement and deserving of esyery lutrohge from the people Benefit For Ohurch Catholics of Howarditown Rnd Net 8OnfOIlny ire promised an interest i IT entertalBffleat during Barter+ 1Iii1e1Roeee r iehw1nlhe 6rtl1e elfin of trAta sileateR- VridI R sou t a hfitlt 11 1 Jo u u church arty tMt iplacei The eriWaJtaln I thehit will Jtbe under the direction of MesdamcsJ MilesU Howard jand J E Cdrrico andlMislda Cotton With Cipee such cbhipetent tactics at its head there is assurance of a grand e cess i DANIEL SCANLON tcotRepresents the Hcaliy Irish 4t4tandI Catholic Spirit Public 1 f Ute IHshrace can boost of many m6n prominent in every State and ciTy of this great country in politics ntt1le bar in the pulpit and in mer cattle llferbut there is one to whom the great body of IrishAmer cans in these parts look to WIth pride in every public enterprise and tJhat man is Daniel Scanlon vho symbolizes in himself whatever Jthere is of healthy Irish and Cat olic spirit Mr Scanlon was born In County Cork Ireland but came to this country when a youth locatin in Louisville ana working as a molder for the Louisville Nashville rai road Leaving the railroad he became a partner in the firm of Leah Scanlon coal dealers from whit he retired about eight years ago tto form the Scanlon Coal Company of which he is the President Tihls company does on immense coal business and owns extensive mining properties in Veil county Mr Scanlon Ia also President of the Coleman Minin Company which has valuable coal- mines in this State The other officers of the Scanlon Coal Company are Granvllle T Rider Vice President and General Manager and Will lam 0 Bender Secretary and Treas urr They have now two of the largest yards in the city filled vith thousands of loads of coal from the Fox Ridge mines Mr Scanlon hns twice visited Ireland his wife accom panying him on his last trip somo years ago Through industry ontl business integrity he has become i large propertyholder in this city and Is doing everything possible for Louisvilles material advancement HOLDS ITS PLACE Irish Buttcr Makes a Record Despite Unscrupulous Competition It is somewhat gratifying to fine that at least one article of Irish pro duce is capable of holding its owr in lace of the most unscrupulous methods of competition Last year has been a record one in Irish dairy farming The quantity of milk has been quite unprecedented and yet the price lute been steadily maintained Thre has been an increase of 1000C tons of butter on the preceding year and while there has also been an increase in the importation of foreign and colonial butter the Irish product averages fully 1 to 175 per hundred over the price of 1905 The enhanced price in spite of the increased sup plies tare attributed largely to the rood work of Viscount Ikerrin who in his administrative capacity in connection with the Board of Agriculture has been active in stopping some of the English butter Takers and stirring up the English inspectors to check the selling of oleo margarine for butter The Viscount himself is highly pleased with his rear of office Irish dairy orkhe says needs careful handling in face of Danish md Russian competition It needs the stimulating influence of govern ment support antI protection and then rish produce will establish itself firmly in the confidence of the world Ift my efforts lead to the rehabillta tion in England of the good name of rish butter I consider a useful work or Ireland lhs been accomplished National Insurance Company In presenting this edition to the ublic the Kentucky Irish American wants to be as cxplicjt and thorough as is consistent with sits own Inter eSts and thOse of Its iconHituemts and Jierefore we wISh to call Attention to the National Life and Accident Insurance Company whose h ndsome offices are located in Rooms 10 and 11 in the CourierJournal building We would recommend its policies to ur host of readers especially because of the fact that they combine accident and health insurance wftti their Ufe insurance policies thus noi only roteotlng a mans family in cise ti- fhl death but also protecting his arnlng capacity in tihe event oz1oS ot life by accident or disease his company has established an envnble potation for the prompt paynVent of claims as many pi our citilens can testify Mr YfA Johnson is laiuager of the local branch offjle 8nd is ably asslted by his brother 1t Johnson who is the district madni get And so Jong as the affairs of Th4 fationail are conducted in their prefiA eat icoBiBa stdblel iaaainer we wish t1lis worthy ttwUiulUdn an era of ever i KrGBf sweeeM and prosperity W Imnnnnnnnmmnnnnrl Place tr t i II ABSOLUTE SAFETY Ir r for valuable papers and documents is obvious Such a placewe have for your accommodation S jv I yatt r M f f 3 Per Year V 1 IT THE VAULT OF THE Ir Louisville National Banking Company I iiiiiiiiji imiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiimi WW1W1w1WuW1wm J auuaeuuGLINT C McCLARTY Prast JAS B BROWN Ca hl r C C BICKEL VlcePrttl C N MATTHEWS Asst Cashier Oldest National Bank in the South 1i I FIRST NATIONAL S BANK I OF LOUISVILLE KY Capital 500000v Sur lus 250000 Acti as reserve agent for National Banks makes a specially of collections and attendi to all matters entrusted to it with prompt r nets and on the most liberal term Solicits accounts of Banksi0Bankers Corporations Merchants and Individuals r S E CORNER FIFTH AND MAIN tWWI IN THE BUSY CORNERa0 jFJ i 1 Seventh and Oak Market i f and Family Qroiery I OUR MEATS ARE THE FINEST I E I Mackin Qlyniti THE RELIABLE GROCERYMEN t 4 A 4 f IIt Call up 1513 and have our solicitors call on you f TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL PURCHASES ii- r h r jgggg jggggggggggggggggggg jK22 311 NOS HUBBUCH S8 SEB O HUBBUCH JOHN NUBBUCN Jos Hubbueh 1Lrlf i Sons 1 Dealers in 1 WALL PAPER AND CARPETS HOME TELEPHONE 4300 1127 anil 1128 W I MARKET no r o ptet THE LARGEST AND BEST LINE OF I FURNITURE JA- IT THE EQWEST PRICES CAN BE FOUND J AT WMr F MAYER t 419 W MARKET ST N NNN1 r z CiSarsand Tobaccos I IlL 11Louis B Dugans 1 Exchangei i111 r NOT SOUP AND LUNCH Jll 0 S E CORNER SEVENTH AND ZANE STS tC Cj JOHNHARDYIJ r lDEALER I Fancy and StapleGroceries Canned Goods Fruits Vegetables Teas Coffees and Spices v BOTH PHONES st r hr1N I e 1 fil fWJtb 2k wXirI 9Jl X 1 d o JCTCNTUOKY IRISH tit F o HOFFMAN COPPERSMITHS AHLERS a2 eo Among the important industries of our city no name is better or more favorably known fthan that of HoffmanAhlers Company located at 625627 East Main street ThY also have a branch in Cincinnati The firm is now constantly growing in the estimation of the public and V tands among the leading concerns of this important branch of industries They are experts in their business which was recently demonstrated by them being favored with a large contractfrom a foreign country that of Japan They are always glad to make estimates and meet everyone t with utmost courtesy Their prices arealways reasonable and their work satisfactory We take r pleasure in placing their names among the substantial firms of our fair city OQNNNi1NONNNNNN bNNN NNINN9INNN IN ONN i i 0 Save Your Labels For Valuable Premiums A J r i Eat Nicks r rI filt J fl i Breadr I z ItsB CleanrBure and a s sqtpTfr V V Y HARRY B DRIVER President WALTER RATCLIFFE Secretary r Domestic Laundry- Companyjl jHIGH GRADE LAUNDRY WORK d f Collars and Cuffs J8 cents per dozen BOTH PHONES 1720 517 FIFTH STREET p VA11t A W6 Au1di 0000HIIrank AMenne Factory I A A l Natjonali lay Company J ijt At s A Manufacturers 0 J tEgIJ + y PL+ lrc s i I nrBriidOhftiOTi sii s s r H ikuCKfl ewoJ+ A- 4J X s WENZEL AND fuUlMN LSJlS L9UJSVlLLE KY J 1 O OO st+o t x t + xst OOxt i ML W 4 KRAFTW- H Jf Jr r1 rtt M f 1 8LES ALE ANI ftEJAIL I t s fiI Jl t i A r 1 Fresh BHeetYcafMutton i 1111EEFi i I f J i l orN PHONES lea rP J i w Strap No 1 Kentucky Market Fifth aval Green tstr r w s t Je 6d e eIj Q I U I 1 VARIED EVENTS That Mark Irish History From the Days of St Patrick Speakers at exercises often refer offhand to dates marking events I In Irish history and seldom give two dates alike for one certain event William J Mahan in the Catholic Union and Times has compiled the following data- 432CUnversIon of ttie IrIsh by St Patrick 79T First invasion of Ireland by the Danes 1014 Battle of Olontanf defeat of the Northmen 1109 Invasion of Ireland by Strong bow 1172 =Henry VII of England landed in Ireland 1315Edward Bruce Invited by Irish chiefs lands at Oarrickfergus 1310 Edward Bruce crowned King of Ireland 1318Edward Bruce defeated Duct killed in battle at Dundalk 1393 Rebellion in Ireland 1394 lllchard II arrives at Dub lin Irish chiefs submit 14651011 oct price put on head of certain Irishmen 1494 Poynlngs act all laws re- latIng to Ireland to be first approved by English Council 1534 Attempt to introduce the Reformation into Ireland 1509 Rebellion iby the Butlers suppressed 1574 Rebellion led by ONeill The Earl of Essex tails to quell It 1C01 Arrival of Spanish force to aId ONeill and ODonnell defeated and captured 1007 Flight of the Earls ONeill and ODonnell 1012 Confiscation of Ulster by James I 1C40 Battle of Benburb defeat of the English by Owen Roe ONeill 1049 The Catholic Confederation 1040OromWells ruthless campaign of slaughter and murder 1089 King James IT lands at Kin saleIGlODattle of the Boyne defeat of King James 1091 Gallant defense of Limerick capitulation 1091 Battle of Aughrim St Ruth French General in command killed Irish defeated 1099 Confiscation of Irish estates for English adventurers 1795Battle of Pbntcnoy wan largely won by the valor of the Irish Brigade 1782 Dungnunon convention 1798 Rebellion of 1798 1801 + Iast Irish Parliament Act of Union 1801 EmmeitAs abortive attempt at an uprising 180CathoUc emancipation The Clare election 1841 Agitation for Repeat of the Union 1843The Irish State trials 1847The famine Death of OCon nell fuprisingf station C I8f9 The Iatid LcngueJdParnetI J 1880 Jladstonea homer rule bill for Ireland 1890 Fall of Parnell- JJ 1903 Land purchase act passed HISHERWTARY FOE r An Jrlshptan a ScoUjhman and an nglIshmIn were once In search of QrkOl comIng to a fIeld of furnips ithey itook several For this they wee dragged before the Judge iv3jo before sentencing each to twelve t lashes on the bare back agreed to confer ai favor according as each re thelforor of his overcoat the Scotchman his own as well as that of the Eng llsJhman whilst iha Irlahmaa casting a sly lattce at the Judge mid May It pl se your Honor r would just- likeI t Te Eagliegnnan across my back r STIFF SHOES r oes that have become stiff and uiJboHrfprtrtble by being worn In the ralnt or ttiai have been lying unused far some itiroe may be made eoft sad mlable by Vaseline weli rubbed iii JMttiiia olotii and rubbed off with a tiry cloth An i THE lrUStl alp Rushes the blood thro the velus at the sound of it Age flies away and youth comes with one round of it Quick heart pulsaUons keep time to the ring of IiWho could eat by and not venture one Sling of it Rhythmic rlppless of harmony hum ifrom it Passionate wavelets of melody come from it Happiness fills every note in the laugh of1tOpens your heart with desire for one quaff of it Science or Wisdom neer yet had the ipowr of it Liveshave been happier made by one hour of it Wholesome and pure is the joy that is made by it Sorrows will lighten and trouble will fade by it Faster the spellbinding witchery flows from it Deeper and deeper the rapture that glows from it Clouds disappear sunshine comes with the trill of it prink of the pleasure joull neer get your fill of I- tTRAPP1STI Their Dally Routine and Life in the Monastery at Gothseumne Founding of Institution Dates Back Nearly One Hundred Years The Mecca For Pilgrims From All Parts of the World MDBRWBHT MANY TRYING ORDEALS I The Trappist Monastery at Oeth semane in Nelson county Kentucky la a place of exceeding interest There are only two institutions of the kind in America the other being located in Iowa The founding of the monastery at Gethsemano dates back nearly a hundred years The crowded condi tion of the abbey at Meleray France made it necessary that some of the brotherhood should depart for new fields America was decided upon and a band of volunteers took passage for the new world They landed at New Orleans wont by boat up theNssls sippi and went up the Ohio to the present site of Louisville then an insignificant town and completed their journey in wagons The slow but steady growth of the order WaR accompanied by many vicissitudes and trials At one time the main building burned entailing great fi nancial loss It was rebuilt as quickly as possible and made larger and better in every way Today the monastery is a very complete establishment and is the Mecca for pilgrims from 1111II parts of the world A short run over the L 8s N railroad from Louisville brings one to the station at Geth semanc made up of a very few houses a store and a distillery A wagon road climbing over a JIUlI northward is pointed out as the route toi be taken to the abbeya pleasant walk of a mile or more Presently one discerns a large building to the right set upon a- llhill This is Gethsemane College founded built and conducted by the monks Descending the hill which slopes gently down beyond the col lege one stands in front of the mag- nifIcent avenue of English elms planted In double rows which leads upto the porters lodge of the monas tery This avenue has become world famous but of late years the trees have suffered dreadfully from them pest an insect which feeds upon the leaves and finally kills the trees The door of the porters lodge is always kept closed but from a tiny hole 4i cord hangs with a handle fashioned like a crucifix Pulling this a bell jangles within and the visitor is quickly admitted by a brownr cowled brother who greets him briefly leads him to a room in the lodge and inquires his name nndr business If you come as a guest your are given a room In the main body of the building and every possible courtesy is shown to you A lay brother is deputized to see 1o your needs Ho announces the meals and leads you to them and If it is your wish to at tend any of the chapel services he acts as your guide Contiguous to the porters lodge is the first court which is practically a flower garden with palms shrubs and other plants arranged with an- a for symmetry In the center of the court is a lifesize statue of the Virgin surrounded by a trollies Set in this trellis in large letters ara the words Dulcls Virgo Maria Salve Crossing the courts a flight of stone steps leads you up to the monastery proper and- o a wide bare uncarpeted hall To the left is reception room and thither you are conducted to await of the Abbot lherefectory is a very plain room as befits ithe Trepplsts vow of hum11 iation and poverty Long narrow tables i and benches run up and down the apartment the plates are of tin the knives and forks of pewter and the spoons of wood Tho diet of the Trepptets is mainly bread and water with lentils in season Occasionally on holidays a little wine k given to them but meat never forms s portion of their food In the library are rare and beautiful yoluracs some printed entirely by frond in colored roles Formerly the abbey owned operated 8 bookbinding stalWfamentf buts has beets discontinued for some time Tha writer grail never forget his feeUnjta upon first entering aloe chapel In his room in eompiLnyw Mfct a frlea idlytxxriingrteleavedHofa book alootediro a nwafcer wiiieb had thoughtfully been brought toi i V I L BOCK BEER OUT TODAY George J and John M Christ Frank Fehr Brewing Co Phoenix Brewing Co X Paul Reising Brewing Co SchaeferMeyer Brewing Co Senn Ackerman Brewing Co George Wiedemann Brewing Co them there came a timid knock at the door In response to the invitation to enter a browncowled figure slipped inside and announced in low tones that It was the hour for vesper if we cared to come We at once and followed him into the hallII With crossed hands and bowed he went in front silently we camo alter At the top of the stairway was a lifesize statue of the Virgin and Child Our guide went down the long bare stairs to the hall below and across this to the cloister Be fore opening the door he turned to ward us placed ails fingers upon bis lips and then led us on We passel through the graveiUke cloister to the latticed porch and down this the loose sandals of our guide clattered himself a shadow among shadows for the night had almost come At last we stopped before a door our guide opened it and beckoned us to follow We had come to the monks dhapel It was a spacious room so high that the roof could be seen but dimly Some plain wooden benches stood ot one side and to these we were di lOOted In front of us slightly to our left was the altar with its tapers plowing steadily and its sacred sym bols The brotherhood had gathered in the main body of the ohapel and soon services began It is entirely im possible 4o transcribe on paper the solemnity and grave pomp of these exercises The prayers responses and chants are all said in Latin an organ enhances and swells the hap mony and one can easily Imagine himself in medieval France for tha entire place has an old world atmosphere One of the most interesting things about the monastery is Gods Acre in the rear of the abbey a small graveyard enclosed by a high brick vall Here repose the abbeyS dead about eighty in all The groves arc made 1n rows symmetrically over each the ivy clambers otherwise the ground is bare A small black iron cross marks each resting place On this cross In white letters maybe seen the brothers name and the day he died And in this place strange tlhough U may seem lie The mortal remains of one woman A little tone side a plain marble shaft uprises and on it are graven the words Ann Miles Benefactress The guest mas ter who was acting as the guide ex plained that this lady came to the abbeys relief when it was in sore financial straits and the only reward she asked was that she be burled In the monks graveyard There ate about eighty members of the order tat Gethsemane now They are mainly French and Irish with pnly one or two aratlve born Americans come and shadows Inago theplacesaluteWhencalm whey meet headobut not speak except permission of the superior To this rule there is no ex ception Inhere Is eai fimpErassion current ihroughout the country than each day the imontaj take a shovelful of dirt out of their graves It is difficult to imagine how this absurd supersti tion received uIldatlonperiIaps from the statement at some ensa tioiMl writer in years gone by But this is not now norhas It ever been a custom of the order When tke- Ihoui comes for him 46 die a cross bZ ashes I made upon ifce floor and the ti clcen IbrotherM8tretchij upon U In this ay he dies as his Lord dffed rrUjijn the cross Then this ciNoek is vrraped afeouf him and upeonfined i lifcje isremanerekl410 iestwlth brothers who fclari gone beforeV ruiiiiIITIII1111111TTflfffftfl1 IIIIIIII1111111111111m IF1B1f H HORSTMAN 4 1DEALER INFANCY GROCERIES CHOICE WINES and LIQUORS k All the Leading Brands of Wines and Liquors Full Line of Imported and Domestic Cigars Give Me a Call S W COR FIFTH AND GREEN pgmiiiiiaimiiiiimiimmii iiiiiiiiuiimniiiiiiniiiuiiI I I iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii DECIDEDLY OF THE FINEST QUALITYy OLD J A 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