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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 c I tKENTUCKY r IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XVIIINO J5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 131907 PRICE FIVE CENTS SATISFIED Are the Hiberulans of Louis ville In Their Three New Homes Division 2 Secures Five More Members and Will Hold a Reception r Change of Meeting Place Seems to Have Caused Renewed Interest r COUNTY BOARD MEETS FRIDAY SIGHT Never before in the history of the order in this State has there been more interest in the Ancient Order of Hibernians than at present Since it became known that Division 3 would go to Seventeenth and Main Division 4 to Liedcrkranz Hall at Sixth and Walnut and Divisions 1 and 2 to First and Market there has been an unexampled awakening and at the meetings of each lists of appli cations are being received regularly If the present ratio of increase is continued it will not be long before tile membership in Louisville is doubled which will make good the pledge of the State and county offi cers made at the last national conven tionFriday night of last week Division 2 took possession of its new hall at First and Market and as for some weeks the officers and members had been preparing for this move the result of their efforts was to be seen in undoubtedly the finest meeting held for a long time past President Con Ford wits in the chair and was ably assisted by Vice President Dan McKenna in pushing the business along The many present expressed themselves satisfied with the change of quarters and were agreeably sur prised with the beauty and equipment of their frail The application of Richard McDonald was received and the election and obligation of Tim tone Robert Osborne Frank Listen Thomas McKcnna and John Brown aroused much enthusiasm In welcoming the new members Presi dent Ford delivered an impressive ad dress dwelling at length upon the duties of members to each other saying that in this order would always be found the true and representative Catholic Irishman lIe expressed pride in his division that had always met its obligations and never failed in its duty to those who complied fAPresident Murphy was read andhls recommendations concurred in The County Board will meet with Divis ion 2 next Friday ni4lit and upoft the suggestion of SecretaryKLynch the Literary Committee was instructed to arrange for their entertainment and invite the other three divisions to be present as guests Thomas Conway who suffered a painful injury to hllJ handand arm was reported much better Upon motion the division sent a letter of condolence to Pat rick Cunningham upon the death Of his wile The division decided that the time had arrived for initiating the class awaiting the degrees and therefore requested Patrick T Sullivan and his team to act at as early a date as possible Under the good of the order a warm greeting jvas accorded John J Sullivan ana theaddresses of Officer Maurice Doolan Owen Keiran and William T Meehan were loudly applauded Now that the future looked brighter they suggested some feasible plans by which the membership could be still further increased advocating help for those I out of employment and a united effort Tor tine elevation of each other For the entertainment of theCounty Board and visiting members next Friday plght a splendid pro gramme Is being arranged which will conclude with an abundance of rev freshments This Isn most aus hicbjitI this hall last night a report of which will appear next week Divisions 3 and 4 are not behind in the work of increasing their number and indications are that Kentuckys show ing at the Indianapolis convention next year will be that of Withthis d purposeInsoon arrange for a visit to every di nrrangeforplaces where none now exist ANOTHER BIG DEBATE Announced to take Place at C1ubHoussyur May 12 J dobatexuMthree local councils has been artswed for by the Joint Committee of the Young Mens Institute to takeh place at o Mackln Councils club house on Sunday May 12 Thin announcement was made at Mackins meeting Tuesday night the subject to be discussed be big which governmental branch the a legislative judicial or executive is the moat important Macklna speak era will contend for the legislative Trinity and t3atouf the other two A try out between Messrs Robert T Burke John Farrell A J Bizot Thomas D Clines Charles L Cate Louis Kieffer Samuel Robertson and Clarence Zook will now take place and from the number will be chosen Mackins representatives President Sand stated that another application had been filed and urged members to make a great effort to further increase the membership be fore the next initiation Messrs Mar tin Dugan Andrew hast and Thpmai Tevlin were reported much improved while the sick list has been reduced to four For the purpose of facilitating the work of the visiting commit tees the city has been divided into five districts for which appointments will hereafter be made quar terlyThe committee having in charge the comic opera reported that on all sides favorable progress was being made and that seats will be soon put on sale During the evening there were some interesting discussions and a telling address by the President OLDEST BISHOP Right Rev William George McCloskey Heads the List The venerable and Most Rev John Joseph Williams the oldest American Archbishop will on Saturday April 27 celebrate the eightyfifth anni versary of his birth and for Its ob servance the Bishops and clergy of the Boston arehlllQCe have Jor sev oral months been making prepara tions Archbishop Williartis was con secrated Bishop on March 11 I860 and when the see was raised to an archdiocese nine years later he was created the first Archbishop of Boa ton Under his administration Cat olic interests have flourished and where years ugo Catholics were shunned and scorned for their re- ligIon they now predominate Referring to the ages of the older members of the American hierarchy an unintentional injustice is fre quently done the Right Rev William George McCloskey Bishop of Louis ville by a number of our Catholic exchanges who make the mistake of placing the Right Rev Bernard J Mc Quaid of Rochester at the head of the list Our Bishop has a slight ad vantage in this respect leading In both years of age and service Bishop McCloskey who will celebrate his eightyfourth birthday anniversary next November was consecrated May 24 1868 while the distinguished Rochester prelate who will not lie clBht four until December was consecrated Bishop of Rochester on July 121868c r Our only purpose in referring to this is that each of the distinguished churchmen may be placed in his right position Despite their great age both are very active and have the affairs of their respective dioceses in as good shape as any in the country MANY TIES l 1 Bind the Premier of the k Transvaal to Irish People f When Gen Botha Premier of the Transvaal and former commander of the Doer army comes to London to attend the colonial conference he will be Invited by a representative body if Irishmen to visit Ireland during the week that will signalize the open Ing of the International exhibition Botha has many ties that bind him to Ireland His wife Is Irish he has a son until recently in one of the Irish colleges and the sympathies of most Irishmen were with hint and his countrymen during the Boer war Many of the men who comprised the Irish brigade and who fought under Bothas command during the war are now residing in Ireland and would be glad to meet their old comrade in arms He will be asked to address a public meeting on the subject of home rule and if he accepts tljp In vitation it Is regarded as certain that the gathering will be one of the larg est and most representative that has been seen In Ireland since the days of Parnell MAJOR RHtiE INJURED Major Pat RidgeAssistant Chief of Police aarrpwly escaped serious in jury last Saturday night in a collision between a Green street car and Fourth avenue car at Fourth and Green Major Ridge seeing that a collision was unavoidable threw ItMs arms to protest his face from BreaTung glass and was thrown vio lently against the seat injuring his hip anti Teg but is now back on duty The Major has made unenviable roe ord as assistant Chief pad jwouTd take a Worthy and efficient offIclal as chief of the department as ven tbd antijftdnfihistratibn papers havff alwiiys iIJdmltted that hejhas jmade and officerII1 a fair capable I IAl I Tlere Is one pule that Thomas F Ryan lias laid down for all his friends and acquaintancesno talk of bust ness away from Wall street On his beautiful stock farm ai the foot of the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia Mr Ryan entertained a great deal at his country place There are 6000 acres In the farm Any questions pertaining to the market Mr Ryan pases by with the statement that he will be fin his New York of fice a few slays later The shrewd pold titan of business inNer Ydrk is a happy open hearted friend and companion In Virginia I co SURPRISES Promised For Meeting of Division 3 Next Thurs day Night The officers and Literary Commit tee pf Division 3 A 0 II have ar ranged a series of surprises for those who attend the meeting next Thurs day night which will be held in the hall on the northeast corner o Seventeenth and Main streets Some time ago the plan was adopted by Division 3 to hold a social session once a month and encouraged by the results thus mar achieved it was determined to make this one the first after J aster ona larger and more elaborate scale A feature of the evening will be the reading of a is torical paper by Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan who has given much thought and study to his subject At the meeting last week President James Coleman spoke at some length upon the awakening of interest and the good of the society in the West End His suggestions were appropriate and well received and if adhered to will bring good results The applications of Martin Heary and Joseph J Murphy were received and the gratifying announcement was made that there were no members on the sick list Secretary Morris has sent special notices urging the presence of the members Thursday night and also extends an invitation to the other divisions to pay them a visit that evening There will be something doing from the opening until the close MENS MISSION Begins Tomorrow Morning atI St Louis Bertrands Church The mission for women this week at St Louis Bertrands church has been largely attended and was pro ductive of much good both the morn ing and evening services Jilling the large edifice to its utmost capacity with devout worshipers and interested listeners Rev Father Thuente Ilev Father Moran and the Dominican fathers are more than gratified at the success andconfidently expect that next weeks mission for the men will be equally successful The womens mission will close tomorrow after noon at 330 oclock with the Papal blessingThe mission will open tomor row evening at 730 oclock with rosary sermon and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament The hours ofI services for the week will be the same as were those for the women mission masses at 5 and 8 oclock find rosary sermon and benediction In the evening The services at th3 5 oclock mass will be of short dura tion being completed at 545 for the benefit of those who have to go to work at an early hour An indul gence of 200 days is granted for each exercise attended and a plenary in dulgenee and Papal blessing to those who attend as many exercises as possible As an additional effort to Insure n good attendance the Very Rev Father Logan has secured the signed agreement of every saloon ptIlelrthe hours of 7 and 0 oclock in the evening during the whole week of the mission CARDINALS AND NATIONALITY At the present time the College of Cardinals has fiftysix members of whom thirtyfive almost twothirds are Italians And yet Italy consti tutes only one stth of the whole Catholic world The complete Col lege consists of seventy Cardinals and proportionately Italy should have only eleven There are in the United States as per Catholic reports about 14000000 Catholics with 6500000 In the Philippines and 1000000 in Porto Rico Hawaii and Guam a total of 21600000 There are also 1 800000 in Cuba On the estimate of population there should be eight Cardinals for the United States and its dependencies There Is only one Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore Australia with only 1500000 Cath olic population has one BEQUESTS TO CHARITY A codicil to the will of the late Thomas Conner State Senator and millionaire mine operator of Joplin Mo was found Wednesday By its provisions Tiffin 0 his boyhood home and the city of Joplin each will receive 100000 An equal amount Is provided for the maintenance of his wife who is an inmate of a sanitarium In St Louis The remainder of the estate is tp be distributed in equal shares among his nephews and pieces and Agnes OHerpn Conner an adopted daughter The fund to b s given to the two cities named is to be used in charitable work YOUNG FOLKS NIGHT The young people of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament of which Rev Daniel oSull van is the faithful pastor will give an entertainment In the school hall adjoining the churc next Tuesday afternoon and evening that promises a pleasant time for the many who arc expected to attend A euchre with many prizes will be held in the school house and the Jadlea of the parish will lend their assistance to make the entertainment tt a suaeeae Fife proceeds will go to ftp fund Fattier OSullivan Is raisin- to educe the debt on his church I J s i x OUTSPOKEN 1 I Lloyd George Would Hand- Over Government to Irish People Hint us to Intnntlona of Min totLegislation Doer This Foreshadow Separate Legislatures For Four Countries SECRET WILL SOON BE KNOWN Commenting on the Liberal pro gramme the Dtindalk Democrat notes that Mr Lloyd George one of the most progressive members of the present Government and one of the most outspoken gave some hint the other day as to the intentions of the Ministry In regard to llegislation He said that they were going to divide the House of Commons In four work- Ing committees and that Parlia ment ought not to be required to attend to trilling details which could be better attended to by the people who are immediately concerned Does this follow a homerule all round proposal separate legisla tures for England Ireland Scotland and Wales And If not what docs It mean We shall know in the course of a week or two Mr Lloyd George made no secret of the intentions of the Government as regards lera Indatall noeaahVRg as regards Ireland at all events for he said that the way to govern IreI land was to hand the work over to the people who understand ItthatI Is to the people of Ireland Believe I me said he no man gives his bestII except to his native land and when you drive Irishmen whose hearts are In Ireland from their own country I to govern every land but their ownI that is a criminal waste and It IsI time that Britain should put an end to IitAs to the House of Lords MrII loyd George said the Ministers meant to deal with the HouseofLords ondII they knew how to death JtWeIn this country are not concerned about the British House of Lords except j In so far as it may block the way of home rule as It did before j The members of the British aristocra cy do no tappear to be a supernatur ally wise body but they may have the wisdom of selfpreservatlOn if the Irish aristocracy a century ago had placed themselves as they ought to haVe done at the head of the Irish national movement and demanded the restoration of Grattans Parlia mentthe Lords and Commons of Irelandthey might have reestablished themselves for many a day to come in the confidence of the Irish people and In the position which an aristocracy of worth and merit should hold If the English House of Lords should persist In standing In the woyI of useful and necessary legislation they may provoke their own down fall and if they should once more at tempt to prevent the passage of aI home rule bill for Ireland nobody will join more willingly In the demand for the abolition of the veto of the herldltary house than the Irish Nationalists On the other hand It is very possible that the people of this country might regard with small enthusiasm any extreme radical measures In this direction provided their own National Interests were se curedIParliament adjourned for the Easter recess without thte Introduc tion of the promised home rule bill but action on the measure can not be much longer delayed as the Irish members will block all legislation unless the Irish bills are given their place FEVERS VICTIM Frank Goss one of the best known and most pdpular members of St Vincent de Pauls congregation died Sunday night at his home 1855 Shelby street after a seven weeks illness of typhoid fever Deceased was born in this city thirtyfive years ago and been native In business and political circles Since Ills boyhood days he had been a base ball patron and for several years a club named for Win held a leading position in the city league The funeral services were held Wednesday morning at St Vin cent de Paula church and were at tended by mourning friends from all parts of the city Surviving him are his wife Mrs Sallie Goss who was Miss Sallie uarker before her mar riage and three children Leo Raymond and Rosella floss He la also survived by three brothers Mace Thomas and William Goss and two sisters Mrs John jrasime anti bliss Nellie Goss of Louisville Mr Qoss was a son of Mr and Mrs Leo Goss of Louisville CHORAL CLUB OPERA Mackin Councils choral Club prom thehseason in the way of a musical nov elty when Is presents its comic opera at the Mary Anderson next month The cast 8nd chorus will contain the best amateur talent Ja the city and will number seventyfive people The production is written Composed and staged by Aulyn E Kauaton sand thlga rising young IrJJ NOW HIS OWN 1 James Greene Purchases Ba con Store on east Market Street James Greene the successful fur niture dealer and house furnisher last Monday purchased the mammoth Bacon store on East Market street near Preston The store is one of the finest in the city and was occu pied by J Bacon s Sons until about five years ago Fronting fiftyfive feet on Market street and running back to the alley the house is n fourstory and brick structure and on account of its immense floor space the proeprty Is splendidly adapted for the great business that Mr Greene has built up The terms of the sale which was conducted through M J Ford have not been made known but the price is sup poced to be about 30000 Since his occupancy of this store Mr Greene has given his personal attention to every department and so successful has he been that his sales of fur niture carpets and house furnish ings now almost equal in volume lorgesthousesmuch for the business interests off East Market street and his friends and neighbors ore much pleased over the news of his purchase and that lie will continue to occupy the store HEALTHY CONDITION Division 4 A O H Reports No One on Their SickI ListIJ Division 4 A 0 II held their reguI Jar meeting Wednesday evening with President Joseph P McGinn in the chair and all of tile officers present I with the exception of Pat Kenealy 11Committee11i division arranged to have masses said for the repose of his soul at St Charles Borromeos church in which parish the deceased had resided Law 1 rence Meaney Chairman of the Sick 1 gladtoj ber of the division now on the sick listJoseph L Lenihan John J Barry and John F Tracy were appointed to take charge t ole excess property of the division which they have no I use forinthEJrojeuihalUcindtlmt which can not be disposed of will be given to some of our charitable insti tutions An invitation was received from Division 2 to attend the initia tion in their hall at First and Market streets and on motion was accepted I J The investigating committees reported I c on several applications and the J proposers will be notified to have the applicants at the next meeting April 24 ROMANCE ENDS HAPPILY I The consummation of a very pretty I romance was witnessed Wednesday morning at St Cecilias churchwhen Miss Nora McDonough daughter of Miss Ellen McDonough and a pretty I school teacher became the bride ofI Wallace Hyndman a wealthy South Dakota ranch owner They met in I Chicago four years ago and it was a case of love at first sight and the promise they then made has been faithfully kept after a reception at the home of the bride 505 Twenty fifth street where Miss Emma rev pairleftThe secret was well Kept nndit was brideIIt1lat1 approaching marriage CLERICAL CHANGES Rev Father George C Dealer for the past fourteen years pastor of St I Lukes church at Xlcnolasville and St Leos at Versailles has been transferred by Right Rev Bishop Macs tothe pastorate of St Edwards church at Cynthlana Fattier Dealers removal Is greatly regretted by the people of Nlcholasvllle and Ver sailles where his earnest labors and Christian zeal in the pursuit of his I holy calling had won for him the love and devotion of nil denominations The vacancy thus created has been filled by the appointment of Rev I Charles Rolfes of Richmond I OPENING MONDAY The Now York Store regarded as the most complete and best equipped retail dry goods house in this com try Is today moving into Its magnifi cent new building at Fourth and Wal nut streets and the formal opening is announced for Monday This move of the Stewart Dry Goods Company is of great import to Louisville and doubtless the general public will want to attend Congratulations are In order for the energetic pnd spirited managers of the New York Store i which now takes first place In the South and West JOINS THE NAVY Roscoe Mahoney of this city who recently enlisted in the United States navy at the local recruiting station was last Saturday sent to Newport n I where he will be assigned to dutyTRADES I UNION GROWTH According to statistics complied byII the New York departilJisnt of labor there are 8119 406 workers in the t civilized Caucasian world who be long to labor unions Of these more than two million are credited to the United States which is the only country In which definite and author itative figures can be obtained The estimate in this country is based up on the known fact that there are 1494300 members of the American quarter ferent railway organizations and a number of other important organi zations which do not affiliate with the national body The American Feder ation of Labor embraces 119 national and international unions and 27000 local unions having reached this im portant position in the world of labor in about twentysix years its first convention being held in the fall of 1881 WITHOUT WARNING Michael Laven Succumbed to Cerebral Hcmhorrage Tuesday Without any warning whatever death came to Michael Lavcn one of the citys most faithful employes last Tuesday afternoon at Ninth and Magazine streets where he had his office Sitting alone in the office and in the best of health he is supposed to have risen to answer the telephone when those on the outside heard a heavy fall and upon entering to render assistance they found the unfortunate man dead the result of in unlookedfor attack of cerebral hemorrhage Deceased was the son of Miss Mary Lavcn of 1712 West Chestnut street and a brother of Miss Celia Laven the milliner Mr Laven was fortyfive years of age and was known and liked throughout the city Lhough he had years ago suffered the loss of a leg and had to use crutchesl- Ie was always in the best of humor and not a man ever worked with him but became his friend The news of his death came as a shock and while the remains lay at the family res- ilIence there was a constant stream of people to offer sympathy and pay their tribute of respect His funeral took place Thursday morning from the Sacred Heart church after which the body was taken to Parkersburg V Va for interment beside the other deceased members of the family BURNS CROSS Priest Checks Panic When ChurchSpIreIs Hit try Lightning Fathers Rennebaum Murray and lurphy by their coolness and calm demeanor prevented a serious panic in Holy Trinity church at Cincinnati last Sunday Thirtyseven children were being confirmed there by Archbishop Moeller and while they were receiving the sacrament lighting struck and set fire to the church spire In two places causing a wld panic among the 500 people who were witnessing the ceremony Father ennebaum was addresifjng the children when lighting struck a wire leading to the basement of the church and ran into the edifice melting a gas bracket in the basement and causing the gas to Ignite The names spread but Father Runne mum called to Fatners Murray and Murphy and they held the congrega Lion back by their calm demeanor Simultaneous with the fire in the basement fire was noticed in the steeple A still alarm was turned in and several fire companies responded One of the peculiar phases was that the lightning set fire to the large cross on the spire and hundreds of persons looked on in wonder as a thin shaft of flame rose many feet heavy pressure hose directed a stream of water at the cross but the water would not rise to the height and the cross was allowed to burn itself out- FINEST CHURCH The new and costly church now being erected at St Melnrads Spencer county said to be the finest church edifice in Southern Indiana trill not be fully completed and dedl ated before next October The building is of stone and the work began two years ago has been pushed rapidly Last week the windows which came from Germany and cost 6000 were placed In position The illumination of the church will be irilllant 3000 electric lights having been installed for this purpose GOOD FOR WALL The Jeffersonville Police Commis loners met Monday and accepted the resignation of Sergeant Kendall who retired from the force to engage in business The board named Mike A Wall former Deputy Sheriff of Clark county and one of the beet known men in Southern Indiana for the position which becomes vacant June 1 Sergeant Wall was for five years a member of the force and rev tired with an enviable record Hit appointment Is popular and is approved on all sides MASSES AT ST PATRICKS A change in the hours for the first two masses at St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market has been an nounced for the spring and summer months Heretofore the masses have been celebrated on Sunday mornings at 030 8 9 and 1030 oclock but beginning tomorrow morning the fIrst two will be at 6 and 730 oclock tlio others remaining as heretofore fSr i iid J REDHATP- rospects Are Said to Favor the Archbishop of St Paul r Mgrs Farley and Ryan Are Strong Candidates For Honor American Catholics Promise Big Peters Ponce Fund This Year a HAS A TASK TO MARE A CHOICE The formal promise recently made by the Pope writes a Rome correspondent i that he would give satis faction to the American Catholics be fore the year expired by creating at least another American Cardinal has caused much speculation as to who will be chosen for the hqnor Al ready the friends of several of the lost prominent candidates are urging Inalllem is being discussed It is the general opinion In Rome that only three American prelates can hope for the honor Archbishop Farley of New York Is given first place because of the Importance of his diocese which Is the most populated In the world and which has made great gains of late years in the members of all na tionalities and In churches especially Intended for the use of people who have emigrated to America To Mgr Ireland of St Paul Is conceded second place in the race especially because of his close relations with the Government authori ties The recent utterances of the Archbishop of St Paul regarding conditions In France and causes that led to the breach between Church and State have met exactly the Ideas entertained by the authorities of the Vatican who now consider the Mln nesot a prelate a dignitary worthy of the honor Then there is the Archbishop ofj Philadelphia Mgr Ryan who was InJ Heated for the great honor somif time ago when he celebrated JilaJnJil lIIee mdwTro3eTrTends hero contend now that he Is the one prelate most entitled to the honor because of his venerable years and his great orator ical abilities- It will be very hard even for the Pope to decide the matter and select- a candidate who will give satisfaction- to everybody Just now the prelate most spoken of In connection with the matter Is the Archbishop of St Paul and If nothing happens he will probably obtain the promotion How ever there Is a certain element in Rome which is bitterly opposed to his nomination particularly some of the Cardinals who consider him too liberal In his views among them Sa tolll the former Apostolic Delegate- In the United States If Mgr Ireland should win in the contest many here would be surprised There Is much speculation here Just now as to which Cardinal will be selected by the Pope to succeed the late Cardinal Macchi as the head of the Dataria which Is the bestpay ing position In Rome The Dataria Issues all the briefs and honors which ore sent out by the Vatican and for every decree thus issued Is due to the Cardinal DatariaBe sides most of the dispensations granted In the Curia are issued from the same office and the Cardinal at the head of the congregation can reap a rich harvest every year It U rumored In Vatican circles that ont of the Vannutelll brothers will su ceed as the head of the Dataria bj It is more than probable that be naming a successor Pius X wll pose such conditions as will m the Income and divert some m fees to the administration of thJscan which Is now In sad r moneyThe expenditures of the administration amounted last j 1200000 while the total income was about 600000 A plan Is ow on foot to reorganize the collection- of the Peters pence fund and centralize Jt in the several countries This may be done In the United States from which country assur ances have been received that the amount the Vatican authorities cdfe rely upon this year would probably not be less than a million dollars or double the usual contribution In other countries a similar movement has been started especially England Brazil and several other South Air lean states so that It is probable Holy See will find itself able to i Its Increasing financial obllgatl There Is a reason for an increas since the separation of Church State In France the Catholics of notion must devote all their sa- to the support of their own pJ and bishops J ILL IN ST LOUIS John Smith night foreman Southern round house receive gram Wednesday that his bro Smith is dangerously ill in S- Tho sick man has been loca for the past several month vIsing a large plumbing John and Frank Smith lily left immediately to make menu for his removal ton MORE THAN I1A Last year there w priests in England ant year there are 9024 o onethird Belong t tiJt PElT Y n JtrfP h t 3 4 If4 ti C1l uCK 1i L1 L 11r I I I f c r KU1TU6KYIR1SflflMLR16fiNC Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers 3cSLouUvllle Pottotllce II SeeondCIi rutterEntered at the I A4dr ancommualc4t1olll1 to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Wrat Oren Stt Iitl TRAOES UNION west COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 13 1907 DEVELOPS STRENGTH The venerable Senator John T + Morgan of Alabama is opposed to Bryan and Is out for Judge Gray of Delaware Senator Morgan says Tn my opinion Judge Gray is the bst equipped man 1In the United State to lead the Democratic party to a successful result next year As a Demn since the organ crat no man has lived ization of the government who h3s clearer views and principles of thl partYan t Slowly but surely Democrats c parts of the country are rallying 111 the Gray standard He has nevcr been a factlonlst and this alone lead many to the belief that he would so unite the Democracy as to present a- I solid front in the next President I y campaign FIRST IMPRESSION Members of our various Catholic societies should feel the responsi f tolllty of being present at meeting rj rjjust as often as they possibly can The officers will feel more encouragement when the gavel calls to orllel if the chairs arc all filled with en thuslastic members ever ready to de their duty when called upon to ac on a committee of furnish somethi i4 i4forthe good of the order All shoul a remember that first impressions arl the most lasting therefore the great 1 eat benefit will accrue to that organ ization which always has a good iat- tendance to welcome the introducti of new members who usually jmlgl the society by the first meeting the attend Lack of attendance upon th part of members indicates lack 0 interest and confidence in the organ izatlon and consequently the faUlnl away of many immediately after the initiation The society that attract the largest attendance to its meet- Ings is the one that will grow ani succeed best- CATIOLIC SCHOOL VICTORY rom Ohio comes information tha e Burteriorlty of the Catholic paro chin school over the public scho system has again been demonstrate After two or three long sessions a which the committee was called UpOl to read and consider nearly 150 com petitivc essays 01 a patriotic char aster written by school children 0 Lima Ohio the Grand Army To awarded the flag for the best essa tQ Harry Small of St Roses scbool Ills essay bearing upon the visit 0 the Grand Army men to that scho on February 21 was considered thl best of the entire number submitte So many excellent papers were sen in however that in justice to othe who came close to equaling the IIvln r ner it was decided to make two addl tipnal awards The second awarl went to another parochial school 8t Johns for an essay written 1 b Maxmlllian Falk The third fIal vent to Vera J Scalf aged nlnl gars of the Grand avenue pub chool In passing upon the merit t these essays the members of thl mimittce had absolutely no know ge of the names of the contestant the name was removed from eacti er and replaced by a serial nut Last Saturday at the Court in Lima public presentation oj jjs was made by Comrade Moo the presence of a large gat people FAVOR PEACE Ational Peace and Arbitration Congress will begin its sessions tomorrow In Carnegie Hall New Yorl City and continue three days Thl Congress the outcome of plan ormed at the meeting of the AmerJ n lace Society in Boston lost year Irenes at a critical moment in the rlds history when the nations are i the point of sending delegates tto second Hague Conference It II d the Carnegie Hall assembly rystalllize American sentimen j subject of arbitration am strata to the American dele p the second Hague Conference BO to the Governments of that he people of this repub r every progressive idea Ipractical at the present time ready to move steadily to substitution of a system of declared and administered internationalaflain erted movement among for a system of interns tratTon was initiated in e labor members of the llament and resulted iin itlon ojt the Interparlia lyi Jijfl880 This union 000 members all B in some national that ft duly eonsW t tuted international peace court is en tabllshcd it is felt that there shout be an international peace congrci having definite relations to the peas e court and representing the people of the nations over which the Hagu tribunal assumes jurisdiction When the Czar of Russia called together the first Hague Conference the invitation was extended only to the twentysix nations which had diplomatic representatives at St Petersburg At the coming Hague Conference there will be delegations iron fortyfive countries rcpresentini every civilized nation of the globe The Interparliamentary Union has advocated and the nations hae agreed that the second Hague conference or world congress shall take up these four propositions for iIts chief discussion First that the congress representing the notions as scmble hereafter automatically anll periodically second that n model arbitration treaty be drawn third J that the question of disarmament be discussed and fourth that contra land of war be defined The discussions at New York wl11 naturally be along these practical lines The President of the congres IH Andrew Carnegie who has been eso actively Identified with the peal movement from the first MAY LOOK TillS WAY If all we now hear Is true Secrotar Root with artful cajolery is undermining British interests in Canada j imjso They reason that the Canadian I f will go home from the coming Col onlal Conference dissatisfied with th mother countrys colonial policy aneI r convinced that they must look elsj IInhere for trade arrangements necessary to their countrys dcvelopmen 1 that is to the United States AndII has not Mr Root already told them that the United States like BarkisI- H willln England will soon have tot I grant more concessions to our Cana dlan neighbors who will not standl I for such treatment as has been lot t posed upon Ireland t i I Rome correspondents of the secular press are at their wits end for some thing to send their papers as wsI f attested by the dispatcl es of the pas t- t week all of which were mere guess work but calculated to create wron impressions Those of political blaa f tried to make a sensation out of the I reception of President RooseveltI sister at the Vatican but the attempt fell flat These writers know nothing t whatever of what transpires at tin Vatican as will be seen from their conflictingreports which are in spired from sources not friendly tcI the church III President Roosevelt has again af r firmed his declaration that he will not be a candidate for a third term The Republican situation is much muddled just now and the politicians greatly t disturbed but to the farseeing Judge Taft seems to have the best chance for the nomination though Vice Pres ident Fairbanks and Gov Hughes will L both have a strong and influential following in the convention Senator Foraker is making much noise but t securing few votes As was predicted a hard fight wjll be made against the annexation ordi nance now pending before theGeneral Council Unless the people in the dis tricts it is proposed to annex can be given adequate water fire and police protection the measure should be defeated The city government should not impose taxes upon any suburb without giving just and ado quate returns therefor Worse for California than the San Francisco earthquake will prove the Eugenie Association incorporated in that State last week whose object Is stated to be the furtherance of trial marriage principles Viewed from a Christian standpoint this is the worst that could happen and means further degradation of the human race The Court of Appeals has set the Louisville contest cases for Tuesday April 10 and will give the rest of th j week for the oral argument and the decision may be handed down the Allowing Week This will be awaited with intense interest as reversal of the lower court would mean another election England Is now dependent almost surely upon the United States for its choice English breakfast bacon reland and Denmark are the oily European countries that export hogs and bacon and the supply from these qureee Jla limited s wit 1 L Ii a Mrs Salllc Dillon has been spending the week at Horse Cave where sheiisi the guest of her sister Mrs B F Biggs Will Swifts friends will regret that he is confined to his home ill with typhoid fever Miss Ben B Elder a pupil at Lor etto Academy has been here visiting I her mother and sister 11 George Juscaden Jr and his amiable wife are enjoying a sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Margaret tonley has returned to her home In Bardstown after u pleasant visit with Miss Ott Ben J Bloemer Jr was among the number from this city who spent the past week at West Baden Patrolman Michael Ilawley has just returned to duty having been taking his annual ten days vacation Miss Magdalen Geher left Tuesday for Xew York from where she sailed for a four months tour of Europe Miss Irene Lucas 313 Seventeenth street will be hostess to the Goo Will Social Club next Thursday night Miss Jessie Fitzgibbons of Hender son has been having a pleasant visit with Mrs Joe Mendo 3702 Third ave apple Miss Jennie OBryun accompanied I by her anut Miss Cara OBryan left Monday for n vhlt to friend ai Bowling Green IIrll Will Whiilen who was tin guest of Mrs M Coughlin in South Louisville has returned to her hone In the West End Taylor Miittingly and wife have moved to Loretto and will make their home with Mrs Mattinglys mother Mrs Emily Cummins Mr and Mrs George Rattcrman will leave the middle of May for Europ to be absent six months They will go with friends from Xew York The marriage of Miss Ethlyn Con niff and Charles M1 Elliott whow engagement has just teen announced will take pleace early h in June Mrs John T Lyons who has beet seriously ill of rheumatism at tit home of her sister Miss Anna Me Cum in Jeffersonville is reportei much improved Mrs Michael OTomor of HartfoKlI Conn arrived Saturday to spend set eral weeks visiting relatives Mrs OConnor was formerly Miss Fannj Speed of this city Andrew Fohr and Will Kremer ar rived home the first of the week fromI n two months trip to Florida andI Cuba They visited Havana and ba1I n pleasant time there Patrolman John Gallagher who hni I been confined to his homoon Griffitl avenue has so far recovered that Iti- ll thought he will be able to go on duty again next week John B Wather Jr whose seriouI illness of typhoid fever greatly alarmed his relatives and friends Is convalescent and making nice progress toward recovery Officers Maurice Dooling Die Scanlon James Malone like Raw ley and D Morinrity members of the police force have returned to their beats after a vacation of ten days Mrs Joseph Fischer of Portland who underwent a successful opera Lion at Sts Nary und Elizabeth lies pital has improved so greatly that her entire and speedy recovery is now looked for The many friends of John Keefe of West Jefferson street a popular member of the office force of the fig Four railroad will be glad to hear that he is convalescing after an illness of six weeks The Ciceronian Club will hold their select dance at Schrelbers Hall next Friday night Jerome J Drls coll George Brachey Albert Davis and Shealey Cunlff compose the com mittee of arrangements Henry Gerber of this city and Miss Florence Murphy 020 Fast lam street New Albany were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Tuesday morning at Holy Trinity church in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives The many friends of Michael Mon ague have been going out of their vay this week to congratulate him as manager of the popular Rathskeller on Market street near Third For all he had a hearty handshake and was glad to renew old acquaintances Misses Mary and Irene Nicoulln of 1213 Griffith avenue entertained the cod Will Social Club when hand some favors went to Misses Nona Jevils Irene Nlcoulin Katie McCue allll Messrs Sherley Cunniff Maurice ltzgibbon and Russell Moeller II A Thale for four years a popa ar clerk with the Southern railway has severed his connection with that company and will leave today for ndianapolis his former home Dung his residence here Mr Thale made many friends who regret his departure from the city The marriage of Miss Laura Jacobs and John F Boycc popular young people of Jeffersonville took place Thursday morning with nuptial niass at St Anthonys church Following the ceremony the newly wedded couple were tendered a wedding breakfast and reception at the home of John L Flynn Mrs John C Graves entertained her euchre club Tuesday afternoon at- her residence 944 Fifth street Those present were Mrs Larry Gatt6 Mrs J M Keaney Mrs Bernard Kerin Mrll LF RIce Mrs John J Barry Mrs Andrew Falk and Mrs John C Irayee Prizes were won by Mrs ndrew Falk and Mrs John J Barry n T and Mrs Edward Kraft on Hamilton avenue last week depositing them real jewel a bouncing babyboyto whoso coming Is largely due the Improved condition of the proud father who has been HI with typhoid fever Friends have been calling In large numbers at the home to offer con gratulations The wedding of Miss Anita Mul doon the accomplished daughter e f Col Michael Muldoon and Thoraai Spears Brown was quietly solo nlzed Saturday afternoon at the home of the brides sister Mrs George Nor ton Bishop Woodcock performing marriage ceremony The happj couple are now spending their hone in the South A spring wedding In which a great many friends are interested is thai of George M Roberts of Athcrtou vllle and Miss Anna G Maven will be solemnized at New next Wednesday Rev Father Duckmat will officiate at the beautiful and im prcsslve marriage ceremony wick h will be witnessed by a large gather lag of relatives and acquaintances as bath bride and groom are widely known and very popular Robert Thurman and bride who was Miss Mamie Williams who were married at St Michaels church left Sunday for their future home in Indi anapolis The bride is the attruetivi and popular daughter of Mr und Mrs Charles P Williams MrThur man is a brother inlaw of Officer E If Pulford and recently moved Ito the Hoosier capital where he Is cm ployed as an expert electrician Invitations have been received llcre for the wedding of Miss Clara 7 Kippenger and Nelson A Heffnei which takes place next Wednesda morning in St Josephs church at El wood Ind the home of the bride one of the most popular girls in that city The groom is a well known resident of Frankfort and prominen in musical circles Theywill make their home at the Kentucky capita Last Sunday in St Catherine church at New Haven the bans IIC Francis Hutchins and Miss Della Cam bron of Howardstown were ar nounced by Rev Father Buckman fOl the first time TIle brideelect is the daughter of Joseph Cnmbron and a i j lovely and attractive young lad who has a large number of admirer in Nelson county Mr JIutchliiK is the son of Mrs Chris Hutchins anll Is the junior member of the mercan tile firm of Hutchins Bro and n-I most promising young business mar Mrs John F Chester entertained with euchre Wednesday evening iat her residence 1575 Pope street Thos e- present were Misses Nellie Kinnej Maggie Conroy Minnie Murray Me rule and Nonie Hennessv Mrs Fred Lyons Mrs B Kelly Mrs Wllliar V Brady First prize was won by Miss Nonie Halloran second prize tby Mrs Fred Lyons the club prize by Miss Minnie Murphy and the consolation prize by Miss Maggie Ford Miss Mamie llennessy assisted Mrs Chester in receiving and punching the tallies Misses Julia and Mamie Kelly entertained in a delightful mane Wednesday night at their home on Portland avenue in honor of Mum Ada Conklin of Covington Stat Secretary of the Hibernian Ladle Auxiliary who has been apniilln two weeks with Louisville friend Tne evening was devoted to vocal niv Instrumental music ana other pleas lag exercises followed by a dalnt luieheon that was greatly enjoyed hose present were Misses Ada Conk 1m Mary Corcoran Julia Hessloa Mamie Kelly Julia Kelly Mrs James Barry Mrs Ella Delaney Messrs Thomas Walsh James Barry Thomai Keenan Jr John Grogan Patriot King Jerry Corcoran John Kelly andl Masters Thomas and James Jr A number of receptions have bee held in honor of Miss Conklin wit will soon return to her home QUARTERLY MEETING The members of the St Vincen de Paul Society will approach hoty communion at their respective churches tomorrow morning and all are urged to attend the quarterlY meeting at St Francis Hall In the afternoon at 3 oclock Rev Father Theunte who is now conducting ia two weeks mission at St Louis Her trands church will address the meet- Ing President James T Campbell requests that there be a full attendance of all the branches BISHOP SPALDING RESIGNS The Board of Trustees of the Cath olle University held their annual meeting In Washington this week In onncetion with the meeting of the Archbishops Wednesday the board icceptetl the resignation of Bishop John L Spalding of Peoria Illas- n member who retires because of his continued ill health Who his successor will be has not yet been made known APPOINTED DETECTIVE t Michael McDonough one of the STcemen let out by the Board of Safety during the recent street car strike has been given the position of special detective for the Southern Railway Company and has entered upon his duties Detective McDon ough has a legion of friends who are glad that he has secured a more leasaht and remunerative place In- his new position he will prove a fear less and faithful officer GERMAN LEADER COMING The fearless leader of the Center party in the German Reichstag Dr pahn of Berlin lias accepted the ivitatlon of the Central Yereln and will come to this country and speak at the German Catholic Congress t1- be held In Dubuque next September The Executive Committee will endeavor to secure A hall or tent that will seat 10000 people as the convention is expected to be the largest nd most representative ever held in ibe United States IOWAS JUBILEE Next September Sioux City will abate fiftieth anniversary of I e osrhV r I 5 t- l i rI rtrtuart i ry ann tu QIn J ltttwuure tIe1 OOpeuht of w1leir Wrtu tnrr RnurtlI fur ultii lUuhtut trrrt I mnubal Aril 3liftrriltlI t Niitrtrrit 1fiuubre whim rurtt ft II r rkI the celebration of the first mass jn1 that now flourishing Western city The event will be fittingly commem orated a committee of priests with Rev P J OConnor pastor of St Joseph church as Chairman having been appointed by Bishop Garrigan to take charge of the affair The celcI bration will occur during the Inter state Fair KNIGHTS OF GOLUMDUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Including New Albany four nw councils have been organized in Indi ann within the past twelve months Seven councils have been instituted in Missouri since last June and three more are in process of organization- One new council has been added and at the present time the membership in Michigan numbers more than 0000 Toledo Council which is assuming large proportions will soon initiate a class of over one hundred candi datesDuring the past year over 160 members have been added and four new councils instituted in Massa chusettsEfforts are being made to organize three more councils in Connecticut before 1he meeting of the State convention next month The members of Hennepin Council Minneapolis visited the Immaculate Conception church last Sunday morn ing and received holy communion In a bodyIowa has now twentyseven council with an aggregate membership of 4500 and one more is being organized hue State will have four delegates in the national convention Colorado Knights are planning in the event of its passage to celebrate Iin great style the signing by Goo Buchtel of the will making October 12 Columbus day a holiday in that StateIllinois Knights are forming n strong eightclub base ball league As planned the league will include teams from Chicago Peoria Bloomington SprtllgfleldClinton Reports from Alabama during the current year have been very gratifying Mobile Council is erecting its own home while Birmingham has committees working who believe that completionthere Among the speaKers nt the annual State banquet to be held in Boston next Thursday night will be Coad SupremeKnIghtgerald HonJohn A Sullivan and ejc Supreme Court Justice Morgan J OBrien of Now York The Colorado State Council will meet at Leadvllle on May 14 when representedincluding j highestKnightst world owned by the council and completely equipped 10000 feet above sea level BELLEVUE The death of William Metz one of the leading young men of end a prominent member DellevueII Sheridan Council YIafternoon caused a feeling of gloom to pervade that town when the sad news became known His funeral took place Thursday and was largely attended In years gone by he was active in the deliberations of the Y M h Grand Council BIG lilT I The Trinity Minstrel Company performed at Carrollton last Monday night to a standing room only audience In the Opera House The performance was well received and the Carrollton people are anxious for a eturn engagement The company was under the management of Jerry trlscoll who acted as stage director and end man SORE THROAT CURE An excellent and cleansing garglo I Bi f saltspoonhilxed in equal quantities to a glass ti water To insure a speedy recov ery thetltroatshould be well gargled Bveral times dally with the mixture O cm WALKEASY be 3 SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN All styles and leathers all sizes widths Sold from to wearerwith the middle mans profit nil put into the quality Try a p BOSTONSHOE Mens Store Fourth Ladles Store 55355 Fourth I I 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 BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West flarke Street im gBE SURE TO CALL FOR i McKENNA I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE 1 1 McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IH AWARDEDORAND PRIZE OREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITIONt AHRENSCELEBRATED SHOE POLISHES SUPERIOR MANUFACTURED BY TaE AHRENS 1IIFG COAND PORTLAND AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY MJ BANNON P BANNONJR H M WOLTRINO It L IANNON Pro Mgr VlccPrit Secretary TrMiur- trF i F Basnon Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBanaoBs Steam Condalts Wall Cejrfag Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Flee Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Vases Vitrified Sidewalk s OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtGPUOfBS73 t WORKS and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and lothT- EtEPUOMB 2833 CUSCA DEN8 OFPlfcB e TO H008e SUNDAYS 9 TO i2 DONT YOU WANTiI IOoed Dental work done for ICE CREAM phi Oar Dentistry Will Please YsI Is absolutely pure facil I ities are better than ever fore and telephone orders weddings reception birth dayfirst communion and christening parties receive prompt attention BOTH PHONES 518 u t o and direct maker pair 534 Ave Ave NONE mil for Pipe Tops Lawn prick I3th I but monty Our We are responsible and do just M we idverttae All work guaranteed DM JJsJ COUCHJWN DinUst- Ml reUOTM AVBNUE eff JM C Lash Co Q I S x MAFMttUl tklhi NTUOKY IRISH AME t us Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmeri Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J B TRACY tH STRAUB 80TH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBw FUNERAL DIRECTORS SAND EMBALMERS Cafage PerIbed oe 1B31 w MARKET STREETabort Notke 11111111111 1 1 1 r HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 0 J0 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street +++ +++++++ MM HMMMMM ++ D J DOUGHERTY S J M ELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES EmbalmersII All Calls Answered Promptly 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i + + ++++ + + + ++ ttt + + e DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOLTIt94I1WCE KV y THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST DB WISH I tillI I I Use Diamond Wall plaster Itl the kind that goes on to stay There are other brands more expensive and others less expensive but none DBTTER Its he acme of right price combined with right quality Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED r BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plaa ter Plant Jefferaonvllle Ind Phone 555 Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSR EXCHANGE1 H LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREETsy 2 HEHRYA IiiJIJ POLS 4 DYER MID GLEANER Lads ni anils Wnilii Ar1 WtRX UAHAHTKt w at S21 Fink SttS LOUISVILLE MAIN ST HOTELe Det tith Ii 7th Strictly FirstClass Both Plans Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and recep tions ROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors FOR Furniture j Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go toe WM Fe MAYER f 419 W MARKET STREET PETER M ftNDRlOl 8O3 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Reptktag sill WrtMTkis 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HERBMANN BRO uaOJltU8 FINE WINES AND UQUOftB Distillers and Wholes Deal en in Finest Branda of Ken tacky Whiskies eepeda111 PE1RLQPNELSO BOTTWb IN B9ND tIskni J- Ini I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes I The new halls have certainly In fused new lifeIThe Minneapolis Hibernian base ball club is about ready to open the season proff I Division 10 of Detroit gave the cecils of its recent banquet to St Leos churcllICon Ford knows how to make the right impression on new members He is a sure enough Hibernian All who attend the meeting of Di vIsion 3 on Thursday night will be given a rare treat and surprise Secretaries are expected to have their quarterly reports ready for the County Board meeting Friday night Tom McKenna and John Brown who renewed their alligiance to Dine ion 2 have just returned from Call fornlaIA class of seventyfive candidate- was initiated into Division 1 at Mil wankee this week bringing the memo bership up to 4GO Duluth has two good auxiliaries who are already prepared to enter taro the ladies when the State convention meets there The Ladies Auxiliary meets Wednesday night and will have some Interesting business to transact A large attendance is urged preparingforthe occasion of the visit of National President Cummings in May Ilev Father Cleary the famed ora tor of the Twiit Cities will address St Paul Hibernians at the meeting of Division 4 next Wednesday night After the initiation of five candi dates by Division 2 of St Paul last week fifteen applications were received Retiring President Keefe was presented with a handsome solid gold ring The Ladles Auxiliary at Ashtabula Ohio donated 50 to the handsome new presbytery in course of erection in the Immaculate Conception parish which is to be one of the handsomest In the city Under the leadership of President Harrington a united effort is being made to make Division G of St Paul the largest in the Twin Cities Initia tions take place at every meeting and i number of applications ore waiting to be acted upon Michael Keaney a pioneer member etfile order who has been unable to leave his home this winter Is greatly improved and expects to ba present at the meeting of Division I5 next Friday A most hearty wel ome awaits him Washington Hibernians have begun their campaign to raise funds for the erection ofa home of their own Francis Sheehy District President has announced the appointment of a Building committee of which Editor ifaltignn is a member The Duluth divisions ore reported making steady progress in securing new members and it is the Intention to make a record showing when the Minnesota State convention meets there At a meeting held last week In Cathedral Hall many applications were acted upon The State Board of Iowa has issued c an address urging divisions to use all efforts to increase their membership organIzes sured members the sum of 50 One dollar per capita will also be paid for each and every member taking out Insurance in the order Milwaukee Hibernians have taken an important step in securing the study of Irish history in the paro chial schools of that city Four hun dred copies of an Irish school history were purchased and are now being gradesIninterest of the students prizes will be awarded to the most proficient scholars at the close of the school term DUBLIN HOTELS Are Fully Booked For the Months of June and July An especial Inducement for visit ing Ireland the coming summer will be the Irish International Exhibition to be held In Dublin Spreading over fiftytwo acres of land within a mile and a halt of the center of the city 500 Irish workmen are busy trans forming mounds Into lakes and hol lows into grass plateaus Stretches of mud are becoming broad gravel walks or beds of rich soil ready for flowers Upon the barren meadow land there are arising fine structures whose roofs will cover the products of the Worlds Industry It Is now believed that all will bo In readiness for the opening of the exhibition dur ing the first week in May and It iis to remain open to the public for six months A great rush of visitors is expected and already tho large Dub lin hotels are fully booked for June and July A letter from Dublin ad vises Americans who contemplate vis sting the exposition to begin arrang ing for accommodations without de lay t VACATION IN BELGIUM The Rev Julian T Pieters pastor of Holy Trinity church at Frederick town this diocese will leave soon for Belgium where he will spend a thre months vacation visiting his venera ble mother Father Pieters Is one of the most popular pastors Holy TrIn- Ity i has ever had and while the con gregation will regret his absence they are glad that he Is to have such a pleasant vacation MONUMENT TO ARCHBISHOP To commemorate the name of the illustrious ArcttblBhoD John Hughei tne great New York prelate to whom American Catholics are so deeply in tfebtW It 110 propoiedto erect a men I II Y J 7= PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jtflersonvllle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHhR MARY REQlNAn- pRCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jetferconvllle lad Give your boys an education that will prtpirt them for life ST XAViERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers ClaatSoal PrePBN1IIU1mcnt Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNBS SMITH LADY EMBALMED Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Phonessument in the form of a church in the Green Woods of Truagh County Monaghan his birthplace Rev Pat rick Callan the present pastor of the place is the projector and has re ceived from the Most lien Archbishop Farley a contribution of 50 and per mission to collect in the archdiocese RECENT DEATHS Last Sunday news was received here of the death at Birmingham Ala of John M Devine a former well known and respected resident of this city who for years was with the Water Company Besides his wife two sisters Mrs L K Jeuner and Mrs Sarah Brown of 208 West Wal nut street survive him Mrs Maria Moran sixtyfive years old and widow of the lute Patrick Moran succumbed to a stroke of paralysis Tuesday night at the home of her niece Mrs Charles McGoff 1541 Bank street This was the see ond attack and owing to her advanced age there was no hope for her rccov cry Time funeral took place ester day morning from St Patricks of which she had lor years been a faith ful member After an illness of over a year Mrs lone Alvey passed peacefully away Sunday morning at her home 652 Fifth street In the sixtyfourth year of her age Mrs Alvey was a native of Louisville and hall resided here all her life She is survived by two daughters Misses Blanche and coca mend Alvey a sister Mrs Atha Anti and one brother William Benedict The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from the Cathedral of which she was a pioneer and devout mem ber John W Brown a well known member of the fire department died Thursday morning after an illness of two weeks at his residence 1427 Seventh street Before entering the fire department Mr Brown was em ployed at the Turner Day Woolworth Company where he has a host of friends who will be sorry to hear of his untimely death He is sur vived by his wife The funeral takes place from St Louis Bertrands church this morning at 930 oclock with a requiem mass for the repose of his soul Mrs Catherine Wunsch born in 182C but for nearly sixty years a resident of this city passel to her eternal reward Monday morning at the residence of her daughter Mrs llosa Volz 321 East College street She was the wife of Louis Wunsch 6r and leaves five children Louts Wunsch Jr Edward Wunsch Mrs F F Lutz Mrs Kosa Volz and Mrs F W Treber The funeral services were conducted Tuesday morning bv Ilev Father William Oausepohl at St Mary Magdalens church of which deceased was a most devout member Tuesdaynightof the late Michael Murphy and mother of John Murphy of 1227 East Broadway Mrs oirphy was a na tive of Ireland being born in County Cavan seventyfive years ago She possessed all the virtues of a Chris tian wife and mother and during her long residence in Louisville she brought sunshine and happiness to all whom jshe met The funeral took place yesterday morning from St Aloysius churcll Father OQrady eel ebrating the mass of requiem and dwelling feelingly on the exemplary life and worth of the deceased who was one of the most faithful mem Murphyleavesphy Mrs John I Batch and Mrs Michael McCarty COMING MISSIONS The Passlonist fathers will conduct the next Catholic mission in this city which will be held at the Cathe dral beginning Sunday April 21 Tomorrow the hours of services and or der of devotions will be announced Following the Cathedral mission the Jesuit fathers will come to St Mary Magdalens church on Brook street TaTITer Gausepohl having secured two ol the ablest and most eloquent mem bers of that order for his mission ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND The Rev Patrick ML Whelan chap lain of the Philadelphia Protectory for Boys has formed a congregation of deaf mutes and expects sQon to begin the erection of a church for them in the QuaKer City If the plan succeeds this will be the only Catholic church of its kind in the world The 20emembers MEMORIAL Today is the second anniversary of the death of Mrs Maria McFarlaud for many years an old and respected resident oftheEastEnd in whoseI memory the surviving members f her family will have religious servicesI this morning She was the mother o Mrs Charles Gay Thomas and Arm lour McFarland the FUlton streett grocers and Charles W McFarland I of the City depertmestt P II- Il 1aI r i vI fr IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The sums realized through the Irish language collection are reported very respectable Dundalk alone contributed nearly 400 Dr P McKenna ot Carrickmacross who was sworn in as a Magistrate for County Monaghan has taken hit seat on the bench The Rev Father Mullen of Cooley was the unanimous choice for Chair man for the ensuing year for the County Louth Gaelic Athletic Asso elation Much damage was done to hay and corn stacks in Balllnrobe County Mayo and a tenement house was blown down by a storm that visited that district Daniel McGrane aged fiftysix a respectable farmer of liallagan who was in apparently good health was stricken with heart disease and ex pired without regaining conscious + ness The town of Iloscommon was greatly excited recently when ladies and gentlemen who were stag hunt ing galloped through the streets and continued to Carraroe where the capture was made The fatal gale that recently passed lamageinwind was so great as to cause the Cathedral bells at Letterkenny to chime continuously for a considerable time The body of a well dressed woman aged about fortyfive years was found in the Ulackwater river near Fermoy Upon her were found a small sum of money a bead and a latch lkey but nothing by which to trace her identity Kate McGarry and Bridget Fos young women residing on Creighton street were blown to the ground and sayLomethat passed over Dublin during the awful wind and rain storm that caused floods and damage almost everywhere and delayed all the mails The dead body of George McConnell of Straw near Xewtownstowart County Tyrone was found on Tuesday 4 two miles from his late residence The deceased who was a small farmer had been missing since Saturday when he visitedI Plumbridge cattle fair and it la presumed that he perished in the severe rainstorm of Salurday evening Up to the present no trace of the body of the girl Mary Anne Holt who was drowned in Ballytnaekney river has been found It is sup posed that she was carried on to the larger rivers the Clyde or the Logan and possibly drifted out to sea Much sympathy Is extended to the parents of the poor child who met her death under such sad circumstances yearsdaughtertown County Wextord and member of Xew Ross Board of Guardians was searching for fowl on her fathers farm she was Instantaniously killed by a falling tree which was blown down by the storm Two of her sisters who accompanied her had a narrow escape from a similar fate The Dominican monastery at Tallaght was visited by a disastrous fire at an early hour The fire took place in the old portion of the build ing which was used as a laundry and contained a large amount of machinery Notwithstanding the fire brigade arrived with commendable promptness the premises were gutted before the flames could be got under control- Consequent an the unprecedented rainfall in County Donegal all tho rivers about the Innishowen peninsula overflowed their banks and large tracts of arable land are under water The large plate glass rose window in St Ennans Cathedral waa blown in by the wind Many sheep and lambs succumbed to the intense cold in Strabane district while the rivers have overflowed their barks for a considerable distance During time gale in SlIgo Michael Thomas Mitchell of the Bank of Ire land while talking in his garden which borders the River Garvo ne fell into the stream and was carried away by the current the river being high in flood owing to the heavy trains Two unsuccessful attempt were made to save him The body has not yet been recovered and it is feared that it has been carried out to sea toy the swollen water- sFONTENOY Memorial to the Irish Brigade Will Be Unveiled In August The memorial to the Irish Brigade at Fontenoy will be unveiled on Aug ust 25 next The letters from the Burgomaster of Fontenoy and Dr Desmans who has been as active In Tournai over this revival of Irish relationship with the homes of the Wild Geese as If he were an Irish Consul show the Interest that Is be ing taken locally in the memorial Fontenoy has from time beginning been insistent upon its claims to the custody of the monument and is ev- Idently proud of the dlclslon that has recognized those claims The peas ants of the historic battle ground will make a worthy guard Indeed Fon tenoy Itself has many of the features of a little homely Irish village and the exiles oh the day of their trl umph must have been reminded by some of their surroundings of the homes that they had left in Munster The Celtic cross will not be out of place on the little village green LEAVES GOOD RECORD Major Daniel OBrien Senior Vice Commander of the New York Depart ment of time Grand Army of the Re public died in Albany on Friday of sufffered fie was sixtyseven years old Major OBrien had a notable war record and for the last ten years AdjutantGeherals J J J au3 FRANK FEHR BREWING GO o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY fy PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged I IDLICFHOI TID X389 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone lain 1913 ISrHEWIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville K- YJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY OHN E FRAM WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLEe KY um 4rIlASK FOR i D ERSENSFINe DARK BeERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADEun HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Week Beginning Sunday April 14 JESSIE COUTHOUI CO In a Comedy Drama 1145 p m Dixon 8t Plelds German Sailors Howe 8t Ed wards The Arrival of Mr Dooley Martin 8t- Olto Lightning Change ArtUti Oilie Poung 8t I Pro Marvelous Hoop Rollers Mask Snyder Singer of Catchy Songs Klnodrome Always Something NewKELLY VIOLETTE Fashion late Singing Duo PRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee But Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Matinee April 14 Carr- sThorouqhhrods1 WITH The Laurent Trio Europes Greatest Novelty Act r t Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNrUH ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we aeparpte our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST t t t IIAUtbe new Spring itylessird- ata be fa+ sad tore t r Mo able priM r u n t I j klt CBe THOMPSON o raWROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS StIprompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed r MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSO OTTO B YENT Propr- ietTELEPHONE a- SOWDERS FISH CO FOR PURE OYSTERS NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST- flUNOLDHENRY DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty ton 43Jt 540 W WALNUT WINES LIQUORS Culls VALS SALOOVAL LEaTEM Pr Hot Lunch every morning to lllio clock r4 U vr CHEUBIS if- X F 4 Yaa r r r 1 i la eV iJ ICX t1rL1SH AME IOAN r D THE BIG STORE C Ct tCc c C c HAT REMINDERIC I c IT IS TIME TO CHANGE All the new CC Styles for Spring are now being shown CC Get one for yourself and the boyCI C CC 98c 148 198 248 3Cc C 424WBnrketstJL C coCMILTON M MARBLESTONE Hr THE AUTOPIANOA Piano and Piano Player In One Case For C Q 500GG c THE GREATEST VALUE EVER PUT ON THE MARKET EVERY MEMBER OF THECc c Cc FAMILY CAN PLAY THE AUTOPIANO WITHOUT PRACTICING C e HAVE YOU A PIANO STANDING SILENT If so C we will take it as part payment on an Autopiano and C allow you all it is worth the balance you can arrange ICC- to pay in monthly installments if you so desireIIC MONTENEQRORIEHMI MUSIC CO IncorporatedCC 9 a169r30 FnURTH AVENUE C o 0 nnnMolloys Teas and Coffees j Are the standard of purity never varying InIJ I quality always delicioully fresh Green Teas65c and SOc Ibi Mixed Teas 45c65c and 75c Ibi A SPECIAL GRADE COFFEE AT 3 Pounds for 50c THAT NEVER FAILS TO PLEASE MTILLOY COFFEE ROASTER ti HemoPhontiaaj O14 W IWCArCKICT frrRECXCT jj- VJXWBK g 8 8S8888I s8S me ciias fl Rogers BOOK 60fs PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE f Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city HOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION n 4 434 jetierson Street raLAKE SHORE 9 BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to bd found Ask your Grocer to get it for you CHAS WIGGINTONt Sole Agent for Louisville Also Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY II QUICK MEAL I 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 pf their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more I easily cleaned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made iour 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old pricesIGEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND r + Drthand and TypewritingReliable Sytta as taught at thlo institution ia a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping atone to success Secures the best employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand COMMERCIAL SCHOOLHWS nnlINCORPOUTED Oaten IflUoullk Htde StrfttsUTwatrBirrUASpCDCtr LOUISVILLE KT Pr 1euItstuteIt yours All I ask isa trial 1 I11F BROWNNOME PHONE MM 345 FIFTH STREET g ASK EORo A LS CITY BEER NSACElEVERYWHERE 7111 Y I tUrr NIfftiW IT IP- n tJ tl Satisfaction tionor YourMoney Back I Ladies Tailor Made SUITS i I Three Exceptionally Attractive Values forI1000 Spring Suits for II 1500 Spring Suits for I I 2000 Spring If 698 A good style of Eton Suit in gray mixtures and checks Coat is Venetian lined and trimmed with soutache braid and small buttons skirt is full boxplait ed style entire suit is well tailored and a big bargain at 695 OOoeee CLOSE OF BAZAR landsome Sum Realized For St Cecilias Building Fund The first bazar given by the Dulld ng Association of St Cecilias con regatlon Is now a thing of the past but the pleasant memory remali that if was a tremendous success reo ultant in the addition of a big sum to the fund that is being accumulated for the erection of a handsome church edltlce for the Catholics of that sec- tIon Throughout the attendance n- ange and not one left the bazar bitt with pleasant feelings Fatber 3rndy Alderman Butler Secretary Hume Charles Italdy John McQue tad the other active spirits have reason to feel of their worlcproud Vednesday the distribution of prices took place of which there was an immense number and on Thut lay those that were unsold were warded at a euchre It is now almost certain that work upon the foundation will be commenced in the Sear future One of the most valuable prize warded was tne handsome ma hog any rocker donated by Dougherl b McKlliott which went to Mrs Tan sen West Chestnut street Jolm fulloy who furnished the coffee had his hands full and was called upon to supply three times as much as 1he argained for but nevertheless he vas there with the real article POPE PIUS X ecllnes to Accept Star of Ethiopia From King of Abyssinia The Pope has ordered his Secretary of State to send an official letter to King Menellk of Abyssinia thanl Ing him for the honor conferred on- His Holiness of the Star of Ethiopia and declining the same on the ground that it is against the custom of Popes to accept any decoration from forelg rulers With the token which was recently brought to Rome by Father Marie Bernhard a French misslonar In Abyssinia the Pope was presented with an autograph letter from the AbyssinIan King written in the marie language together with a French translation the work of the Apostolic Prefect Mgr Jarosser The letter which is an answer to a missive from the Vatican asking the tegus to protect the Catholic mis- sIons in his empire is written on parchment and beautifully ornament- ed1 THIRD SELECT DANCE The Thelma tUb will give its third elect dance Tuesday night at No orffs Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky streets this one being undo the direction of Messrs Matt Goet Jake Nadorff Will Goetz and Fran adorff Vbo will see that thrill friends have a pleasant evening Th llall has been greatly improved wit furnishings secured from the Ilibei nlans and is naw the most elegant nnd best furnished in that section OWENSBORO INITIATION Sarto Council i M I of Owens boro will have its annual class fnitio tion and banquet tomorrow ond hay ivited Grand President Martin to bf present and witness the ceremonies Montgomery Council of Knottsvillc wl1 also participate havipg fifteei candidates which will make a clan of forty to receive the degrees Th banquet will be the social event of th- ar and will be attended by number of the clergy and Catholics promlnen In public life- HOLY TRINITY FAIR 4 The people of Holy Trinity course gatlon New Albany will open a fal at the school hall on East Marke street near Seventh on Monday April 22 that will continue all th week All the parish societies an the Ancient Order of Hibernians an Young Mens Institute are takln much interest in this bazar and pro po 1saproleedli wiJlgo to thefund A o de- ay the Mwer art3esAroeaia wad pinat the abureh property A xe 998 Half a dozen very pretty styles from which to select at this price Eton and Pony Coat styles in black and colored Panamas and in mixture ma terials coats satin lined and trimmed plaited or tailored skirts big bargains 0 e 0c SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkoll Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusicl Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial Secretary John T Real ey DIVISON 3IMeets on the First and Third Thur day evenings of Each Month Northeast corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Ehll Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Mbrrl1 Financial Secretary John Hesslo 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty BergeantatdrmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 and Fourth Wednesday Meets on the Second Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl MottRecording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial =ecretary B E OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Conelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfans Hall County President Louis Constan UnePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret iryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y JI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Even gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDanlel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphtu Andriot Outside Sentinel O Tgc Bartsch AMUSEMENTS Mrs Temples Telegram will Lethe attraction at the Mary Anderson the first half of next week with Wednesday matinee A delightful play is promised next week at the Masonic Theater In the melodrama Montana This id said to be a play much like Arizona and The Virginian and is declared to be well presented Good things are promised the pay trons of the iHopkins next week Heading the bill is Jessie Couthui Others are Kelly and Violette the Petit Family Dixon and Fields and Ollle Young and brother with of course new moving pictures Brought up to the last minute tits Thoroughbred Company will present at the Buckingham next week an olio of vaudeville numbers that is full of pleasurable surprises The music is tuneful end catchy and the burlesques evoked hearty approval wherever this Strong aggregation has appeared TWO COMING MEN Francis P Garvan Assistant Dis riot Attorney of Nevork is thirty years old He is District Attorney Jeromes main help I Arthur P Murphy Congressman fieom Missouri waa rtaaocrapher until he wM thirty year old 0 nr Fjrlf jrl I o High Grade Goods at PopularPrices Suits 1475 II a5ingCoat Suits made up in fine Chiffon Panama and light weight novelty materials coats silk or satin lined and elabo rately trimmed plaited skirts to match excellent values D eTAKE THEIR VOWS PassIon 1st Retreat Scene of Interesting and Impress ive Ceremony The Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road was the scene of au interesting and impressive ceremony last Sunday afternoon when J OLeary and William Bowman made the vows that will later enable them to become members of the great St Paul of the Cross order Though the weather was inclement the chapel wus taxed to its utmost to accommodate the friends and relatives who had gathered to witness the young men make their solemn professions The The Rev Father Wilfrid C P preached an eloquent sermon at the ceremony on the rewards in store for those who follow Christ The young men having finished their years probation assumed theIr new obligations and will now leae for St Marys Monastery at Cincinnati Ohio Here they will join n class of fellowstudents and nfter five years study will become candidates for ordination The usual course of study embraces a period of twelve years The lives of these sons of St Paul of the Cross are most spent In giving missions the Sav tours Passion being their chief subject on these occasions BISHOP OF BURGOS Will Be Raised to Cardlnalati at Next Weeks Con sistory Announcement comes fom Rom that the seventh Cardinal to be created at the consistory to be held wil le Mgr Agulrrey Garcia Bishop of Burgos Spain The selection of the Ushop was decided upon in view of his meritorious career He was to have been creatd a Cardinal at a ater consistory but the Vatican authorities considering the festivltle which are to follow the birth of a child to the royal family of Spain thought It best to Include him In the Cardinals to be created at the consistory of April 15 It was also remarked at the Vatican that Spain had the right through custom to four Cardinals whllo now only the Archbishops of Toledo Barcelona abd Compostella belong to the Sacred College Wltht 18000000 Catholics Ipaln has onetenth of the members ot the present Sacred College PRETTY RACE The race In the Falls City Bowling League now closing is pxwlng tj bi the hottest and most exjiting in thi history of bowling in thU city Tues lay night of this week the Kentucky Irish American Squire Adams Johr O Lewis and Lovenhart teams eacl ind a chance for first place but tit result has now narrowed down tc the Kentucky Irish American alt Squire Adams teams who are tied foi first place and both having only hree games more to roll Despite the closeness of the contest the utmost good feeling prevails and the sotto of all is Let the bent torn win This league is closing the mostt successful year in its history and is now considered the strongest and lost conservative in the city AXES PLACE MONDAY NIGHT The entertainment that was to have been given last week In the rec tory and sshool of St Leos Church In Highland Park will take place Monday night Every arrangement bas been made by the ladles and gentlemen of the congregation for a goot time and pleasant evening for aU who attend A feature will be the drawing for a fine gold watch recently presented to Father Fitzgerald the pastor who In turn donated It for the benefit of hits pretty turebENTERS UPON NOVITIATE Miss Margaret McClurii well known fn local Catholic circles hasgone to azarath fo enter upon her novitiate reparatory to joining the sisterhood tlre8he was a popular member of he HRierntan Ladies Auxiliary and tlieb8twishes of zany friends ac dtapany her to her neW vocation J fI i JAMESGREENI 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs i Stoves Ranges at LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we can convince you that it is to advantage to purchase here We would invite your special attention toour stock of Carpets which range in quality from the cheapest ingrain to the finest velvet If you will but visit our store you will readily realize that there will always be found the best values at Greenes Satisfaction of the kind that satisfies marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless the customer is absolutely satisfied Fullyjprepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or mpre variedstock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfect NttN NNNNNlNNNa NONNNNNNN NNNN a A SET 300 oooo iM x By reason of being out of the high rent district yy- we are able to SAVE YOU A on each t pair of shoes you buy 400 Values for 300 tt I 350 Values for 250 Haager Shoe Store = r 307 WEST JEFFERSON rrBoston Dental Parlors 206 WI3S T lXARXcET t5T OF TEETH DOLLAR A SET TEETH OFIGold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings SOc up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS 8 S SK4 3 3 S r FOLLoO THE CRO27D And you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188403732 T NSHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 4 frS Q 44x 5 K jK Sx S S HOTEL HOEMER 1 HENRY G HOEMER Proprietor 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con 1 venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate X hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION i c FALLS CITY MEAT MARpf4 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager f I 1 HADUARTlDRS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season i You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cuts of fleet Spring- Lamb l Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard In the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclaw market productti LOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY fj Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATES j i IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ltIONEY ODO LOAN i CUMB PHONE MAN 27y Room II1 Law Bg Center and Gresn DR J T CHAWKj1 i Veterinary Infirmary and 1 11HlJ Horse Shoeing Forge OJM SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered ot2g9onesOFFICE iNFIRMARY AND FORGE 913915 SEYEATfjS- TFIPlt neeu n e H u u t no nt i WIJlU OHARPAQX1 Ali KOhB45 weft drlioninrt LIQUo1RLr r oraal l ts- t7 h t 0 y rt 9 u- n i