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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 4fft IRISH AMERICAN63 VOLUME XVIILNO iG LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 201907 PRICE FIVE CBN1ti 10i t jPOPE PIUS l Robed in the Purest White Personally Presided at the Consistory seven New Cardinals of Oath 4 i t3 olio Church Created and ifc caws Installed Irils Allocution the HolyOFa itberfRegretted the Troub les In France NEW AMERICAN BISHOPS ARE HIE p Pope Pins X held the anxiously awaited consistory Monday morning- In the Vatican and created seven new Cardinals as follows Mgr Cavallarl Patriarch of Ven- icef 4 Mgr Rlnaldlnl Papal Nuncio to Spain I IlIgr Lorenzelli exPapal Nuncio at Paris Mgr Lulladl Archbishop of Pal fernio Maclines Mgr Agulrrey Garcia Bishop of Burges Spain The ceremony took place In the hall which takes its name from the consistory and was performed with the usual gorgeousness and pomp First all the Cardinals met there headed by their octogenarian dean Oreglla dl Santostefano the only sur vIving Cardinal created by Plus IX They divided Into three groups ac cording to their orders that of the Bishops Including besides Orglla the two Vannutelll brothers Agliardl Satolll and Cassetta that of the priests the most numerous headed by Rampolla and that of the dea a cons The scene was picturesque Plus X robed entirely In white entered the hall on foot preceded by the Swiss Guard flanked by the Noble Guard and the Sistine Choir After the Cardinals had paid their homage every one left the hall except the Pope and the Sacred College Then the Pope from the throne addressed a simple prayer and delivered a short allocution 4 The Pontiff dealt especially with the struggle In France which he said wasiinrtleularlypdfrifttrto himudhe loved that most noble nation whose sorrows and joys I consider as my own Instead of being those of her French rulers who arbitrarily denouncing the concordat violently despoiling the church and falling to recognize the ancient and true glory of the country tried to uproot the remains of religion by committing all kinds of excesses even those most repugnant to French politeness vio lating every public and private law and custom In so doing they calum inated the episcopacy and clergy tried to separate them from the Holy See and purposely utilized the na tional Institutions to furtUer their antireligious war so as to be able to accuse the Holy See of being In op position to French popular institu tions which In reality were always recognized and respected Continuing the Pope said he was much pleased with the splendid concord shown by tho French Bishops and clergy who remained faithful to the Holy See hoping for better days for France and for the church He was confident they would not cease to do their sacred duty and work for the benefit of so beloved a people addingTo hatred they will oppose love to error truth and to Insults and maledictions forgiveness I pray God to end ths persecution of religion and permit the church to reacquire her liberty Even nonCatholics If they are lovers of civilization must agree with us that this would add to the common good and prosperity of the country Immediately after delivering the allocution the Pope proceeded to the creation of the new Cardinals After this the Pontiff made the appoint ments of Archbishops and Bishops Including Monslgnor Albert Guertin Bishop of Manchester N H Mon signor James Davis Bishop of Daven port Iowa Monsignor Emmanuel E Rulde y Rodriguez Bishop of Plnar del Rio Cuba Right Rev William A Jones Bishop of Porto Rico and Monsignor Shortynski Titular Bishop of Daulla Greece o Arlstlde Cavallarl Patriarch of Venice was born at Chlqggia in the diocese of Venice in 1849 and has been connected with that diocese all his life succeeding the present Pope 4 as Patriarch In 1904 Benedetto Lorenzolll Archbishop of Lucca since 1904 was born in the diocese of Bologna in 1853 and was the Papal Nuncio in Paris from 1899 to 1904 when diplomatic relations were broken off Pletro Main Archbishop of Pisa wan born la the diocese of Pavialh 1868and after being Auxiliary Bish op in Ravenna succeeded Monsignor Cappcnl in 1903 In the See of Plea he will now relinquish this See and go to Rome as a Cardinal of the I IsCuriaAlessandro Lualdl Archbishop of PalerMo was born at Milan also Ins 1868 and succeeded Cardinal Celesta In Palermo in 1905 utter being di rector of two of the principal relig less seminaries Deelre YerclerAre1i1lWutp of Mallnee torn Jn 1851 in the same dlo ceMlIs also Well known M head of- the1Belgiapx MMlMiiM suooipdlRg Cardinal GooSuwais la his pretest ArehWHO rlcrla t year l1rI1 ArMM RUwldlal horIJIJtkkA O I r i V 0 c p- Il ocese of Spoleto In 1844 has been successively Nuncio at Munich and Madrid where he now resides The addition of the seven Cardinals will bring the number of the Sacred College to sixtytwo which Is still eight short of the normal num ber of seventy Of these thirtyseven are Italians and twentyfour are for clgnors None of the new Cardinals belong to the religious orders which will possess only seven representa tives in the Sacred Colleg- eOWENSBORO Gala Days Pot Two Councils of the Young Mens Institute Last Sunday was a gala day for Catholic young men at Owcnsborc Sarto Council Y M I began the day by visiting St Pauls church In a body and receiving holy communion nml in the afternoon followed the inltla tlon of a class of twentysix candidates for Sarto and ten for Montgomery Council of Knottsvllle the degrees being conferred in a finished manner by a carefully selected team Immediately after the conclusion or the degree work the members and visitors adjourned to the Y M T Hall where a delightful banquet was served by the Ladies Auxiliary Lii Vega Clements acted as toastmaster In his ever pleasing manner and responses were made by Louis Carico and James Haynes of Knottstvllle and President J A Turner A B Oberst and Prof J M Cooney for Sarto Council Prof J D Kellywho was a guestt at the banquet complimented tile council on the perseverance of thej members and stated that Ills applica Lion for membership was at the disposal of Tom Evcrard Many laugh able and happy responses were made and the toastmaster closed his re marks with a beautiful tribute to Father Louis Spalding the Chaplain of Montgomery Council Alterations in the club rooms are al most finished and Sarto Council will have attractive quarters double the size of the present rooms The aux iliary will refurnish the parlor In an elegant manner Sarto Council Is now prepared to do all their work in their own hall and the sessions of the Grand Council will be held in the regular lodge room A programme will be given Weincs lay evening and the Entertainment Committee will have at least one large affair every month besides various discussions and stalks given at the regular meetings The Amatuer II1t1hamjtitle Club will present their play somi time during May The excellent work of Sarto Council hi being recognized and aside from their foremost rank as a social fac rtor they have the support of the clergy as there are on the rolls six priests and the council is proud of this distinction Visiting brothers will be gladly welcomed at all tunas by the members HIS LAST RUN lno McCrorys Death Caused by Exposure at Two Fires Illness contracted from exposure at the Bluegrass Tobacco Company anl Smith Nixon fires caused the death of Engineer John McCrory for fifteen years a brave and valiant mom her of the Louisville fire department The unfortunate man was not con fined to his bed until Tuesday morning after he had been removed from the engine house to his home 1314 West Chestnut street where he passed away Wednesday morning ills condition from the beginning WOlf such that there was but little hope entertained for this recovery Deceased was a fireman for more than fifteen years and was the son of a fireman John McCrory Sr one ot the veterans of the department- and engineer of Engine Company No a lIe was considered one of the best engineers in the department and was popular not only in his own company but among all the firemen In the city lie was fortyfive years of age and Is survived by his wife and two stepsons his father and mother and several sisters The funeral services were conducted by the Rev Father Walsh at Sacred Heart church yesterday afternoon and a large cortege of sorrowing frIends followed the remains to St Louis cemetery Firemen from Me Crorys company and from the entire department acted as pallbearers and escort ONLY PERSONAL CALL Archbishop Ireland of St Paul who had been attending the meeting ot the Trustees of the Catholic Uni versity called at the White House before his departure from WashIng- ton last Saturday Reporters were promptly on hand to Interview the eminent churchman but were somewhat disappointed when Informed that the visit was a personal one and that there was an abaeace of political talk I Just came to congratulate the President on his strength said the ArchbishopYou political strength t asked one of the bystanders No I mean his physical atrcUtto cope with the great rMponeibll sties of hlrposiUoa said Arohbtehop Ireland with a smile an he stopped late his oarrlage e j Ii- n II- n 1 I- Pt i FEDERATION Receives Committee From Par tloular Council and Good Will Result Large Attendance of Delegates and Interesting Monthly Meeting Trinity Council Will Arrange Program For the Month of May- AN IMPORTANT MEETING SUGGESTED The regular monthly meeting ot the Jefferson County Federation ot Catholic Societies was held on Thurs day evening of last week at the Catholic Womans Club with a large at tendance of delegates present Splendid results are expected from the visit of a special committee from the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society which was present for the purpose of securing Information from the Federation as to the societies that are connected with it Its objects and what It pro posed doing and what It was doing The committee on Invitation ad dressed the meeting and the proposition that the various conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society become members of the Catholic Feder ation was fully discussed and more than favorably considered The special committee will report back to the Particular Council and It Is hoped and confidently expected that by probably the next monthly meeting of the Federation all of the conferences or practically the entire St Vincent de Paul Society will be federation members This result would be productive of great good and would be an advantage to the St Vincent de Paul Society as well as advancing the objects generally ol the Federation which are being earnestly fqrwarded under the administration of President Newton G Rogers Charles I Cate and other delegates from Mackin Council entertained the meeting with carefully prepared ad dresses on Father Pere Marquette and other interesting subjects which proved a source of great entertain nentjis well as of Instruction to the dtelcgulMirrpiinietttrl ThlB now future iroiniscs to become very popular and will servo to Increase the attendance- at meetings and spread the work the Federation has undertaken The Federation Bulletin was late In arriving but announcement was made that there would be a supply- on hand at the next meeting and all who desired could secure a copy Trinity Coucll Y M I is to ar range the programme for the May meeting and the delegates promise that they will endeavor It possible to present an evenings entertainment that will surpass even that given by Mackin Council It was the sense of those present that the young gentlemen of Trinity will certainly have to make a good deal of effort to succeed- to this end At this meeting of the Federation It is hoped to have the Rev Father Charles P Raffo present and it is also expected that Magis trate Patrick T Sullivan former President of the Federation will read a paper on an historical Catholic subject all of which will make the meet- Ing greatly interesting John J Crotty who has made a most capable and efficient officer tendered his resignation as Secretary which was accepted with regret OwIng to the press of personal bus Iness Mr Crotty could not command the time necessary to fill the office as he would like to and hence his resignation Thomas Garvey of TrInity Council was elected to the vacancy and will serve for the remainder of the year About all of tho societies have now reported their delegates for the current year but if there be any who have not they are earnestly urged to send In their lists with the addresses- of their respective delegates to Pres- Ident Rogers or the Secretary at as early a date as possible The Federation Is now prepared for earnest work and will watch carefully Catholic Interests and therefore It Is the duty of those who have accepted appointment to attend regularly the meetings ARMY BILLS Will Prevent Immediate fiction on the Irish Relief Measures Parliament has reassembled after the Easter recess The second stage of tho session finds tIle Government confronted with a formidable pro rammo of work If any attempt is- to be made to fulfill the promises made In the Kings speech Out of the fourteen measures outlined only three have thus far been touched and these are oat far advanced With the view ofiexpedttlng business however Premier CampbellBannerman intends to press the new procedure scheme by- wklch much preliminary work will be sent to the new standing commit teeThe devolution Mil drawn up for the Chief Secretary torIreland Mri Mrrell IB expeet 4 to be introduced b MOM M ike bdcet andarmy Wile I re Jfayajied of sad with tie MTM a 3 17 j I j r 1 or eight minor bills that the Govern ment has more or less pledged Itself to carry through the prospects seem slight for an early effort to deal with the question described in the Kings speech as the unfortunate differ ences between the two houses The Premier himself has not given any clew as to where or when lie proposes to curb the power of the Upper House thoughsome ot his colleagues have announced in speeches that the necessary plans are all prepared Owin to the large unjount of work before Parliament an autumn session seems to be inevitable EDIFYING t Was Singing of Large Body of Men jt Dominican Mission1 One striking 1nd pleasing fenttr of the mens mission which has been conducted at sd Louis Bertrand1 church during ths past week was the congregational sjnging by the larg audiences of mciij upward of 1000 and- over joining in the hymn Holy God We Praise Thy bytthe Gregorian choir Very Rev Father Logan had the ushers distribute cards with the hymn verses enabling every one to join in they did with sluceritearnestness and attend ance at the se icesmornl and evening has been very gratifying t the missIoners J ev Father Thuenti and Hcv Father loran There will be special exercises for the women tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock and tomorrow evening at 730 oclock the mens mission will come to a close with rosary sermon and Papal benediction It is absolutely necessary to hold jthe services for the men and women at separate times as the joint crowds ivould be too large for even a vast edifice like the Domin- Ican church A v TRY OUT- Will +Attract Large Gatheringr at Mackin Council Sunday I 1Theamong the orators of Mackln Council at the club house at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon when two representatives will be selected for the coming joint debate promises to bring out a large attend ance of members and be quite excit- Ing This is an honor that is eagerly sought after and Is only awarded after an earnest struggle Tuesday night the council chamber wag welt tllledafi the election ot five new members created considera ble enthusiasm There was no change- In the number who were sick James- Laffey being reported well and George Bartsch being added to the list All were encourage when the reo port of the committee having In charge the May opera was read The committee announced that the demand for tickets surpassed their expecta tions and that the success of the un dertakIngwas alreadyassured ExPresident Raidy was the speaker rorthe evening and his address on Good Morals for Young Men was pronounced the equal of any ever heard in the club house It was replete with advice for the rising gen eration and at its conclusion the speaker was warmly applauded THERE IS DOUBT Hint That Rector of American College May Succeed Archbishop Ryan From Rome comes word that not withstanding the desire of Mgr Kennedy to remain there as rector of the American College until he succeeds Iin erecting a new building strong pressure has been brought to bear to have him appointed Bishop of Fall River Mass with the under standing that he eventually will suc ceed the Most Rev Patrick John lyan as Archbishop of Philadelphia- It is reported that either the Right Rev John P Carroll Bishop of Helena Mont or the Right Rev James J Keane Bishop of Cheyenne Wyo will be appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of San Francisco a post left vacant by the death of Arch bishop Montgomery While Mgr Kennedy may receive the appoint meat us Bishop of Fall River there Is much doubt as to his succeeding Archbishop Ryan who has an able auxiliary in the person of Right Rev Edmond F Prendergrast FOOT BADLY HURT John Martin the fourteenyearold son of Capt and Mrs Albert F Martin of 610 East Gray street was run over by one of Chess Wymonds wagons Saturday afternoon while riding a bicycle at Garden and Walnut streets the front wheel running over the boys foot and crushing It pretty badlyI Ho was carried Into etzolds grocery nearby and Dr Roberts summoned The boy had a narrow escape from serious Injury which was all the fault ot the careless driver HOLY NAME CHURCH the high mass tomor rowmorning at the Holy Name church Fourth and Oatr tllRev lIoura devotion which will not con elude unttl daytieyeral of the eal elergy Nrlll assist father OCoa ner at tkeie beawttfal aerviees anti the MTBMHM Will beofthe MffMMtj x ordiitt h In U to- SI 00- L S L I IRISH IN SOUTH Have a Galaxy of Heroic and Illustrious Name to Bo Proud Of Editor James R Randall iIn the New Orleans Morning Star Ireland Blessed Above All Other Lands and a Universal Benefactor WHAT LONG SUFFERING BROUGHT Some good folks are bewildered with the designs of Providence forgetful of the fact that Gods ways are not our ways and that the Allseeln eye of the Creator has infinite scope as distinct from the limited vision of man who sees through a glass dark ly some good folks we say wonder why so religiously faithful a country- as Ireland should be afflicted for so many centuries while less deserving nationalities are apparently more fa voredBut Ireland has in some respects been blessed above all other lands and In other respects she has been the universal benefactor Had she al ways prospered materially the prob abilities are that she would have been less true to God and His holy religion Suffering has consecrated her and she has become the Island 3f saints as well as sages The Inscrutably permitted cruelty of England has diffused the Irish race all over the world and In every clime the Irish have become among the most distinguished citizens In arts In arms in science In opulence and In the church Had many thou sands of Irishmen remained at home instead of emigrating they would have lived and died practically un known and the world would have suffered corresponding loss As It Is persecution ami exile have been benedictions unspeakable all around This does not excuse the villainies ot persecution but It does show how the Almighty brings good out of ap parent evil and rewards a faithful nation even in this world It Is not necessary to call the names of Irish men who have distinguished them selves In forelgrlluatlslatenw- ould be a mighty in length and almost incomparably brilliant Our own country is no exception especially the Northern where the sons and daughters of Erin were In the great est number attracted Even at the South where fewer comparatively came what glorious names could be recalledSouth Carolina was favored with an Irish colony and she has a galaxy of heroic and illustrious names of Irish descent or birth The Morning Star has been re minded of this subject by the recent oration of Gen Lee delivered at Macon Ga by Col James Arm strong of Charleston S C This ora tion Is pronounced as among the best of the many delivered over the country The Macon Ga Telegraph says The Sidney Lanier Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy could not have been happier in the selec tion of an orator of the Lee centenary than when they secured Col James Armstrong the silvertongued and illverhalred orator of the South Carolina metropolis to serve in that capacity Col Armstrong Is In every respect the embodiment of the peculiar qualities that have made his motherland Ireland famous in history song and story and which have made her sons and descendants transplanted to America take SQ kindly and genially to her free and generous soil The gallant captain ot a gallant Irish company who saw service throughout the war he is known to- be as modest as he is brave and but for the fact that his mother wit and native eloquence make him sought for at all genial social gatherings In Carolina and its chief city his fame and the splendor of his eloquence might never have been known beyond the confines of his State Now that Macon has heard and made tho acquaintance of Col Armstrong and Col Armstrong has met Macon taco to face both are to be congratulated- on the new ties of friendship that have been cemented The writer has been personally acquainted with Col Armstrong for many years and bears cheerful and emphatic testimony to the entire ac curacy of the Telegraph editors statement Not only is he one of the most genial of men bigbrained and bighearted but he was in war among the most valiant and will bear to his grave honorable wounds received In battle following the banner of Gen Lee Best of all for that Is super naturally a blessing ho Is a practical Catholic beloved admired and cherished by all of the people of Charleston without regard to creed Every door opens to him and every heart responds affectionately to him We hope that some day he will let Now Orleans welcome him and that before he Is finally translated to tho better land he will see the dawn of that day predicted by Curran when Ireland should nationally be redeemed regenerated disenthralled AGREEADLYSURPnISED Police Captain James Klnnarney was given the surprise of his life Monday night when he was pre aiteflj with the handsomest and most- costly gold badge ever worn by aa fieer of the Loatevllle polka fore The badge was the gift of the men r t 4 iI U 0- n a of the Seventh district now coin manded by Capt Klnnarney and the presentation speech was made by Col W B Haldeman It Is studded with fourteen diamonds and a largo emerald all artistically arranged and cityTheCaptKlnnarncyhandsome insignia will be worn with honor to himself and credit to the police force CRIME IS RARE But Ireland Is Enormously Taxed to Maintain Police Among the problems which the Irish people expect the Government to deal with is the home rule install ment bill which It Is pledged to intro duce there is none which calls for more drastic treatment than that which relates to the Irish police As was overwhelmingly proved in the debate on the coercion act there is less crime in Ireland than in any other section of the United Kingdom Yet the estimate for the Irish constabulary for 1900 was 0500000 just a few hundred dollars less than the whole sum allotted to the mainten ance of primary education In Ireland It Is twice as much an it costs for the police In Scotland with an approxl mutely equal population and far more than twice as much as it would cost to police Ireland with a tore organized on the English model wltn out making any allowance for the relative greater scarcity of crime In IrelandWhen an Irish constabulary was cs tnblishel In 1830 the number of police men was 7400 in a population ot 8000000 The population is now less than half that but the police estab lishment has risen to 10000 with 7000 pensioners In every little hamlc is to be found a police garrison preposterously disproportionate to the needs of the district planted out In some strategical place on item of tin armed forces by whlca Great BHtnli holds dominion in this alone of all her possessions Except for court days and fairs there is nothing for these men to do but lean literally pillars ot empire against the white barrack walls Irelapd has no control over their number has no voice whatever- In their disposition but Ireland has to pay for them JEFFERSONVILLE Hibernians Introduce Readln of Irish History at M et ge IiI III j lid Jeffersonville Hibernians heM n sery nice meeting Tuesday night which was made exceedingly Interest iig by the reading of Iririh history Some time ago a number of histories were purchased by Division 1 to be loaded the members and at each meeting a chapter is to be read and discussed This Is in accordance with the recommendation of the National Hoard and President Kennedy und the members promise to push this ex cellent educational feature Division 1 lies a special committee out to arrange for the annual mid summer outing which will ikely beheld this year at Ulcnwood Park There is also a possibility that the New Albany division will unite with feffersonville and the two cities will celebrate together Letters were read thanking the officers for their promptness in paying tile Insurance of deceased members This feature has proven of great bene- fIt to the order which has made large gains since its adoption Though till assessment is small the benefit is quite large and It is thought that In the near future the State Board will arrange for a sinking fund The application of Patrick Heal vas reported favorably and he was elected to membership This division has been free from sickness and the treasury is being constantly ln creased Interesting talks were made by Messrs John and Michael Kinney and Secretary Ollern LAID TO REST James L Treanors many friends were shocked when they learned ot hIs sudden death last Saturday morn- Ing at his home 1020 East Market street Deceased was a son of the late Col J L Treanor and was wel known among the business men of Louisville having spent twenty years ot his life on the road as salesmen for several local whtsKy houses For the past few years he was in the saloon business in the East End The funeral took place Tuesday morning with a requiem mass from the Cathe dral Mr Treanor is survived by his wife two sons and four daughters John and Frank Treanor Mrs George Banks Mrs Henry Haggard of Win chester Mrs Oscar B Duncan of Newport and Miss Florence Treanor He is also survived by three ulsters Yrs Albert Jordan of Illinois Mrs Jr Montague and Miss Catherine freanor of Louisville OPENS MONDAY NIGHT The bazar to be given by the people of Holy Trinity congregation In New Albany to raise funds to llqul date the sower assessment made against the church property Vim open Monday night at Holy TrInity Ran oa Market street and continue the bataaee ot the week Prepara IOM have lea making for sometime and a neat turn should be reel lied 1 i n cJ i J u I PREPARING For Catholic KnlffhthMldoum mer Celebration and Next State Convention All Branches Represented at Regular Monthly Meeting Friday Night Circular Prepared For Distri button to Catholics Through out the State TWO ELOQUENT SPRAYERS EXPECTED theCatholic mulated plans that are hoped to fraternal new life In all the branches The officers and a special committee have settingtorth ship in this order confers the great number that have been protected whendeathsafety of the nowhasmillion theStatetlsImportantand safest means of safeguarding the widow settorthwhatlittlecanbenotIna great endeavor will secureaffiliatewithhomeWhenthemeeting buttworollmilpresentrepresenting anInvitationCommitteeandvisit that branch evenIngCampbelland andthethathisQJnctrmattfor the proposed trip to dTn into i when the national convention meets thero In May and while in the midst of his report was called home by the sad and unexpected news of tho death of a relative In Chicago theStateported progress The members of those committees will be soon called together to formulate plans for the annual celebration and the entertain ment of the State Council of the Catholic Knights which will bring many visitors to Louisville When the programme has been arranged itwill be submitted to the local branches for approval after which members will be chosen from each to serve on committees In conjunction with the central body and thus mako light tho great amount of work that will be required in entertaining the State officers delegates and visitors Two features that are most certain to be decided upon are a river ex cursion and a banquet on the evening if the last day of the convention After an interesting discussion it was decided by a unanimous vote that the Central Committee take steps and have called a Joint meeting of representatives of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America for actingInthat affect all alike President Mc 31un named as the committee for this purpose Messrs Thomas Feely Michael Reichert H A Veeneman Capt Gus Kane and Eugene Mc Carthy They will confer at once with the organizations named and report next month Communications were read and acted upon and the announcement was made that 150 members had al ready been pledged to accompany the + Kentucky delegates and the two Lou- Isville companies of the uniform rank to the Cincinnati convention which convenes on Tuesday May 14 Delegate M Reichert of this city has been named as one of tho members 3f the Law Committee which will as semble in advance of the convention to consider all proposed changes in bylawsAt order ot business encouraging talks were made by several of the delegates who said their branches approved the work of the Central Committee and would do everything possible for the success of the annual turnout and parade which the officers are now busy preparing for Tho delegates were much gratified over the pres ence of Adjt Gen Michael Reichert and Capt Gus Kane who on account ot Illness and absence from the city had not attended a meeting for sometime past MISSION The Cathedral mission conducted by the Passlonlst fathers will begin at tho high mass tomorrow morning and will continue for two weeks Mission services will be held at the usual hours morning and evening with the principal discourse each night The mlelonarles are twocbthe ablest pulpit orators In the Pas lonlst order and there liI no doubt battJt the Cathedral will be thronged very Bight with people niloti8 to hear thenI v- C t y k o u 1 tl- J F l T 1 S6 PiTISOIZ3t IRIIlI3 AJdERIOANw KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERIGfk Devoted to tbo Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the LouUvllle Poitofflce al Sec ndClus Hitter Address all Commucictlaae to Ihe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren SIt UNION TRADES COUNCILua jLOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY APRIL 20 1907 IMPUDENT DECLAIUATIOX Lord Uoseberry said lit n speech the other day In London that Great Britain will never tolerate a sep arate Parliament for Ireland This Is the same person says the Irish World who some years ago declared In the House of Lords that Ireland could not have home rule without the consent of the predominant partner meaning IEngland He is also the same who some years ago 1892 1894 was a member of the Cabinet of Gladstone and a supporter of that statesmans Irish home rule policy He was a home ruler under Gladston that is he was for o separate Parlia ment In Ireland soon after Glad stones death he changed his mind and was a home ruler onlyon corn tion of the consent of England and now he is out and out against home rule on any condition and he declares that Great Britain will never tolerate It Such is the consistent record of this statesman on the question of hone rule for Ireland to which may be added the fact that having succeeded to the Premiership and the leadershIpof the Liberal party on the retirement of Gladstone he so acquitted himself as leader that 1he practically ruined the party In less than a year with the result of Tory victory at the next elections and Tory possession of office and power In England for twenty years after It is this political renegade and political failure if not fakir who has the Impudence to proclaim that Great Britain will never tolerate home rule for Ireland Who gave him authority to declare anything of the kind Jso body of course He represents no section or element in Great Britain of any consequences or Influence Jin British politics He belongs to no party He does not belong to the Tory party though he is Tory enough In his sentiments regarding Ireland lIe is not ti Liberal in the proper sense for the regular Liberal party repudiate him and his policy and vile twrmSSi public questions Like Tim Healy he is a party in himself He is a leader of a faction of ones to his assertion that Great Britain will never tolerate n sep arate Parliament for Ireland the facts flit bear evidence the other WarI MAY UK WAIl In Europe the Governments are closely watching the increasing pre tensions of Japan whose warlike preparations lead many to the belief that a conflict between the United States and Japan is Inevitable Upon ithis grave subject the Echo de Paris FranIciscoof which was judiciously pointed out recently there Is something snort than a little transitory irritation authorlIItiesIK becoming too plentiful in forum As a matter of fact it bears witness to a disquieting disposition in Americans it testifies to their con stantly increasing aversion for the yellow races It IH undeniable that the Governments in Washington and Toklo are desirous of maintaining peace But It Is impossible to uproot an instinctive and logical aversion for the yellow peoples which exists in the hearts of American citizens And the germ of a war In the near future Is contained In that aversion This war is inevitable the geographleay situa tions of the two countries a lkeen commercial rivalry the encounter of two distinct ImpcTiallsms In n certain region of the world are so ninny sources of complications that can only lead to an appeal to the force of arms In Japan indeed no one hue any illusions on this source CRISIS FOR BRITAIN A New York Times cablegram says it makes ones hair stand on end to read what some of the newspapers sayof the conference of the British Government and the Colonial Pre riders Serious writers in some of the most important English journals say the fundamental issue of the confer once is the severance of the relations l of Great Britain and her colonies or the formation of a partnership Even editors who dont subscribe to ths proposition that the Government must accede to the demands of the colonies are not free from anxiety when they contemplate the possibility of the Premiers going home with 1helr loggings unsatisfied They 11poQhJ90hw1teft some one says that this is a peritoHB tremendous sio ment in the life of the 3rlttafa Ell pire but itiis plain enough that all thoughtful Englishmen who want the + Empire to last are more or less wore I a IC ried when they foresee the situation which will be created when the GO eminent says no to the colonial Pro mlers call upon Great Britain to ire form her tariff and to make preferen tint arrangements with the colonies POWERFUL AHOU mST For the rnllghtment of those who seem to be suffering from the delusion that Bishop McQuaid ought to permit Catholic girls to attend the University of Rochester the following extract from Chancellor Days ad dress delivered last week appears in the Rochester Catholic Citizen I need mention no tames but we rre all apprised of the depraved condi tion and scenes of debauchery in many of our universities VhlIe lends of colleges seem zealous In guiding the student along the IInlI- of study few place morals first This extract from an address by John n Rockefellers right hand educator is the most powerful argument that can possibly be advanced against the attendance of Catholic young women at Protestant coeducational institu tionst George T Angell the venerable Boston philanthropist and humani tarian who hits just received hliJ fortieth annual election as Presides of the American Humane Education Society and the Massachusetts So ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals spoke Irulywheat he said it is a good thing for diplomats and peace men to get together anti discuss various plans for promoting peace on earth but it is well for them to remember that no permanent pcaje can ever In obtained until the youth land children of the nations arc huI inanely educated and it will be found that one of the best ways of educat ing tluim will be by teaching then to be constantly saying kind1 words and doing kind outs to the lower raced that surround them and which depend 1111111 their mercy The rttcunt elect Iniia inUcciiUJii have dispelled the Idea which had begun to gain ground in certain corn tries but especially In England that the German people were out of sym party with their Government und that the growth of Socialism was likely to prove fatal to the Imperial ism of which the Emperor has always been the apostle There IK no doubt that the paramount factor in Euro peon politics today is the position of Germany null her possible action in certain contingencies has caused ling land to jealously guard its prestige and watch closely Germanys commer I cial aggressiveness I I1htI Cleveland Catholic FederationI protests against permits for Sunday I right dances leading the way for the I Congregational pad Presbyterian I Ministers Association I The defeat of Iowa University by Xotre Dame makes the eighteenth consecutive1 victory In debate for thj great Catholic University THIS ORPHANS DAY The usual spring anniversary cele bration for the orphans of St Jo sephs Asylum will take place tomorrow afternoon at St Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets The children will bo brought from the asylum to St Martins church on Shelby street where they will form In line and march to St Marys and attend solemn vespers Following the church services there will be a supper and reception and a pleasant time for the orphans and their attendants Company C of the C K of A Uniform Hank commanded by Capt Ben Hund will act as escort In the parade NEED SUPPORT Trinity Council Y M1 roomet Tues day evening with a gqod attemlvicd present and President Joseph F Conk ling in the chair Time entrtalnmnt committee reported that matters were progressing 7avorably for the outing to be given at the White City in June and Chairman Adam Schneider submitted the quarterly report of the Executive Committee showing a decided improvement in the affairs ofr the council President Conkling addressed the members stating that he wanted the assistance of time en tire membership on the club honsa proposition as nothing could be ac complished without united effort FOREStERS Invitations have been sent out for an open meeting of the Catholic Or der of Foresters of tide city to be held under the auspices pi St dent= face Court on Thursday night April 25 This lit the latest Catholic lea ternal insurance society Ito enter Louisville The meeting will be heW at St Boniface Hall on East Green street between Jackson nd Hancock and the IInvitation gives assurance of a royal good time for all who attend r I SOCIETY I Mrs Catherine Meehan Dear is at St Anthonys Hospital ill with Ity phoid fever Miss Etta Jenkins of Montgomery Ala arrived Monday to visit MissI Sophie Wathen Patrick Owens Jr is now recover ing rapidly from his recent lllnes of ttjpliokl fever Joseph Schildt has returned fromI West Baden where he spent the week in rest and recreation R J Shanley was among the number from this city who spent last week at West Baden Springs Mr Michael FInegan of 1139 SixthI street Is now able to be out utter an illness of the past two months The wedding of Miss Bertha Da vis of Portland and Frank Connell of Chicago is announced for June 20 Mrs Walter Leachman of Springfield was here this week visiting Mrs J K Leahy at her home in Crescent Hill Miss Marie Costlgan who met with a painful accident two weeks ago isI again able to be out and with her friends Miss Laura Summers of Bardstown who has been ill at Sts Mary andt Elizabeth Hospital Is almost entirely recovered Miss Ada Dillon who went to Arizona some time ago for the benefit of her health is expected to return home next week County Clerk Will Semonin and family will move next month to their country home at Jeffersontown Ito spend the summer Miss Loretta Tighe has been hav- Ing n most enjoyable visit at Leb anon where she was the guest of Miss Minnie Kearns Louis Jacques who left this city sonic years ago to engage in business in Memphis has moved to Columbus Ohio where he Is meeting with great success Miss Eddie Meehan who underwent an operation at St Josephs In firmary four weeks ago wife able to leave her room lost Sunday for the first time Stationkeeper John Heinzman who has been 111 for two months with typhoid fever Is now out of danger and improving at his home 310G Fourth avenue J1 Laven who was here to attend the funeral of his brother left the first of the week for Chicago where he is employed by the American Ex press Company Mrs Louis W llugelmeyer has re turned from n visit to friends nnd relatives at Huntlngburg Ind She was accompanied by Mrs John Strat innn Avlio uill srmn 1Kitlt for a tour of Europt Mrs Winifred OConnor and sons Messrs James and Will OConnor who have been abroad for Severn months and are now touring Ireland are expected1 to arrive home the latter part of this month Frank Jacques a we1l1known steam fitter who underwent a successful surgical operation at Sts Mary aril Elizabeth Hospital is reported doing nicely and it is thought ie will be out again next week Winchester Catholic society circles are Interested in the marriage of Henry Martin and Miss Mary Louise Hollernan well known and popular oung people of that city the bans for which were announced last Sunday in St Josephs church The marriage of ohn F Buckel and Miss Barbara Klllmeler was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at St Anthonys church A large gathering of friends of the bride and groom who are very popular was present to witness the ceremony and extend congratulations Clement Fangman of the Big Stores the proud father of n bouncing baby boy whose christening took place last Sunday Grandpa Henry Bosquet was the principal figure at the ceremony and reception that followed at the residence 2028 Floyd street Many congratulatory mes sages were received und the occasion was a merry one The wedding of Miss Edna Annta Upp of Xenla Ohio and John Mar shall Finn was solemnized Tuesday evening at St Pauls church on Jackson street the Rev Thomas York officiating Messrs Joseph Finn and Monroe Norris were tile only attend ants The bride wore a pretty gown Ul gray silk poplin with hat tl match Mr and Mrs Finn have gone to housekeeping nt Seventh and Lucas place Mrs Elizabeth Burns of Frankforte- nise I announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Dollie Burns to Mr James T Donahue the marriage to take place in Tune The bride to be is one of the best known and most talented girls in Catholic society und has ever been ready to lend her ability to aid in entertainments for the assistance of churches andso cieties and for the past several years has been onganlst at the Church of t1111 arJlnnabunlCMcis also well lknown In Catholic circle und is prominently connectel wIthJ the law department of the L S N railroad j Miss Anna Bell Rihn entertained lust Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Mayme Dwnn Those present were Misses Mayme Dwan Lizzie Callalmn Rita Sullivan Alma Dudley Mayme Schafer Julia Lawler Maymo Mackcy Maggie Cnllnhan Alice Dud ley Elnor Sullivan Gertrude RUeyI Pearl Turner Nettle Doyle Florence j Rlhn Margaret Doyle Blanche Clark j Raima Klein Messrs John Horan William Fern John Caltahan John Dwan Al Fritz George Gunther Ed+ ward huger John Myers George Hi i ley Frank Meagher Robert Grainger i J I 1 y Louis Oscher John Mac George WU1 lam Rihn Thomas Callahan Charles Rlhn Marvin Clark Mr and Mrs James Rlhn Thomas Cunningham W H Rlhn- Thursday afternoon nt the DomInI- can church with Father Logan offi elating Romeo Brcsiln and Miss Jen nie Moody were united In marriage Miss Moody is a charming North VI- inon Ind girl and well known Louisville where she has frequently visited Mr Breslin is a rising Louis ville young business man The attendants were Messrs Will Purcell1 and Joseph Breslin the latter a brother of the groom At 810 oclo Friday morning the happy couple left for North Vernon to visit t brides parents but owing to the tIlli ness of the mother there was no formal reception After a bridal trip to Eastern points tnd continuing f two weeks Mr and Mrs Breslin w 1 return to Louisville to make their home permanently here Invitations have been received here for the marriage of Dr Louis P Casper of Henderson and Miss Anita IM Ladd of Cannelton Ind which willj be solemnized next Wednesday at St Michaels church in Cannelton The brideelect is the daughter of Dr and Mrs Charles W Ladd and isI a young lady of beauty and rare ac complishments Dr Casper who is a cousin of Dr Michael Casper of this city is a graduate of the Univer slty of Louisville and made for him self a wide circle of friends during his residence here Miss Ladd wasi graduated front the Cannelton High School in 1903 and has been a fre quent an welcome visitor to her many Louisville relatives After theI honeymoon the happy couple willII make their home at Henderson where Dr Casper has built up a fine practice I THE WHITE CITY Gates Will Open on AprilI 27 With ThirtyOdd Attractions General Manager W II Labb states that every feature at the Louisville White City will be completed and iin perfect running order when the great resort Is opened one week from today There will be some tnirty odd at tractions at the park each different from the other and they will repre sent the most successful park feat tires in this entire country as they were brought here only after they hind succeeded elsewhere Generalj Manager Lnbb Is very much encour aged over the outlook null says that he believes even the most sanguine expectations of the builders of the White Citywill lie exceeded in the wily of patronage He believes that there Is no prettier amusement re sort In the world than the LouisvilleI White City and that the people will realize this and give the park the patronage it deserves EXCITING FINISH Tin Falls City Bowling League closed its must successful season last Tuesday evening the entire standing of the eight clubs remaining In doubt until the last game was rolled being the prettiest race in the history off league bowling In this city The Squire Adams team won first plaee by the narrow margin of one game from the Kentucky Irish American i team who finished onlyone game tend of the Lovenhart team for sec rind place with time rest of the teamsi also bunched xouowlng is the standing nt the finish W L IC Squire Adams 53 29 081I Kentucky Irish American 54 no 042 Lovenhart 53 HI 027r John C Lewis 51 13 007 Corn Kraekers 40 44 470 Hurcourt 31 53 309I rernellffe 27iS7 310I Y1 rtlt2a CO 2S7 i 1HfH VINCENTIAtfS The largest and most satisfactory quarterly meeting yet held by the many conferences of tho St Vlncen de Paul Society took place at St FrancIs Hall last Sunday afternoon when every bit of available space wasI occupied President Campbell received into tho society a large number of new members a notable per centage being young men The feature of the meeting was the address by the eminent Dominican priest Rev Father Theunte who has been I conducting the mission at St Louis Bertrands Father Deppen also made a pleasant talk and all were disap pointed at the absence of Rev Father Rock who is ill at St Josephs In firmary M A Meyers made a concise report of the work of the so cietys representatives at the Juvenile Court and asked for more assistance Altogether the meeting was a grand success and will result in good throughout the entire city SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES I As the result of injuries received by being run down by a street car at Baxter and Transit avenues Saturday afternoon F X Kirn died Sunday at his home at 1223 Winter avenue At theme of the accident his Injuries were not believed to be serious but till nervous shock proved too great form owing to his advanced age of sixtynine years and death ensued Mr Kirn watt a native of linden Germany but came to the United States in 1845 For many years ho was a machinist at the Eclipse JleLjaI1 1 four sons and six daughters one of whom Js Sister Mary Sienna of the Sisters of Charity He is also survived by thirtytwo grandchlldrenJ J GETTING ALONG NICELY I I Thomas McGlenn n ladderman ofI the No1 Book and Ladder Company will not lose the sight of his left eye t Bit the result of tlio injuries sus tained at the tIre which destroyed the store of Smith Nixon He was struck over the eye with a flying lI nozzle arid It was believed that eJwould lose the optic The other meD 1 bers of the department who received injuries are getting along nicely KNIGHTS OF COI11DDS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where mresentiLeadforTho council at Washington Ind celebrated the opening of its new 50000 building this week by hold king a five nights fair magiI to New Orleans Knights are preparing the pallium on Archbishop Blenk next Wednesday- r atIAcademy of Music In t tiltat i phla more than 6000 was raised which has been turned over to Arch charItable RhoITuesday night in Providence As customary the speakers will be assembled from far and near and many distinguished guests will grace the occasion The men of New Albany and mem bers of nearby councils are making elaborato preparations for the insti tution of the council In that city ton Sunday May 5 This council will embrace In Its jurisdiction nearly all the towns in this section of Southern Indiana Last Sunday at Milwaukee 200 of the leading Knights of Wisconsin representing twenty cities witnessed the first conferring of the fourth degree in that State upon a class of 196 candidates Following the degree work there was a banquet at the Plankinton House greinitiationgrees will be conferred on a class iof about seventyfive candidates The teams that will perform the work have not yet been selected Our council is one of the most representative and influential in the United States dayheIn bus of Minneapolis Not so much from the fact that almost two hundred members of that order received holy communion but from the tact that so large percentage of the entire membership the Minneapolis cOlin ells received communion in a body The event of so much pride to nil took place at the Immaculate Conception church Judge Pryor Better AUSPICIOUS Opening of New Quarters by Division I Friday- Nlght Division 1 of the Ancient Order lr Hibernians instituted in this citv thirtythree years ago lId a mot auspicious opening of its new hall at First and Market where meeting will be held on the second amid fourth 1 Friday nights of each month jjot for- man a day has there been so large an attendance and oh all sides were heard expressions of satisfaction regularhUlllneKhours kinodrome entertainment slur Illig which fine pictures of State Prei dent Butler Thomas Keennn President Thomas Clines John Mulloy Thomas Walsh and J JI CronIn were exhibited and tWo Mlustrated sol is were rendered by Thomas Kcennn Jr This feature was a genuine surprise null was arranged by Thomas Doluii Mid the Literary Commltte whoa tu had an abundance of peifeto cigu f President Cllnes reported Patrick Stone off the sick list and Martin Diigan William Claire and John Kain us improving The special report of John Mulloy evoked hearty upplnu mini the committee was voted thank 4 for Its good work There wer a number of visitors present anti Alder nunn George Butler Joseph L Lent han Mike Tynan James tarry Mar tin Cusick James Rogers and Thomas Keenan Sr all had words of en couragenient with suggestions as lo how best to recruit the membership and attain the airs of the society Front now on this old division expeots to make rapid progress and take the lend in the Ancient Order if possible SUPPOSED TO BE DEAD Catherine Burke Mary Ellen Burlco and Annie Michael Burke of Jeffcr sonvllle heirs of John Burke have riled a verified complaint in the office of George W Badger Clerk of the Clark Circuit Court setting forth that Thomas Fitzgerald Burke has been an absentee for five years and his present location Is not known but he is supposed to be dead It Is alleged he left real estate that is go- Ing to waste and for other reasons it is deemed necessary that an admin istrator should be appointed Notices given that a hearing of thyJ complaint will be had on May 23 Fib Burke as everybody knew him left Jeffersonville more than twentyfive years ago after taking a course in u Louisville law school being the brightest student in his class He was heard of several times in California but this was years ago and for a long time no word has come from him the supposition being that he Is dead The complaint was filed with a view td transferring to John C Zulauf the property at Spring street and Court avenue vvJiiQkbe xecejitl purchased for 8000 it Is said TAKES OLD PLACE Thomas Chalk for many years a faithful and efficient member of the local police force who resigned the latter part of last year has beenI again appointed to his old place His many friends will be much pleased to again see him In uniform FORTY noun wl1tbeginmorning in SL Augustines church in Jeffersonvllle and continue until Tuesday Rev Father Ambrose C P of the Fasflkmlst Monastery this 11 I OPCNS- SATURDAY APRIL 27 FINE JEWELRY r We 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 M gtm aaft BE SURE TO CALL FOR AWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE f t H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky ll AWARDED GRAND PRIZE GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION AHRENSCELEBRATED SHOE POLISHES NONE SUPERIOR MANUFACTURED BY THE AHRENS JMEG co19TH AND PORTLAND AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY M I BANNONPrtsKentucky Vitrine Brick CaM INCORPORATED laZ1t1 otexrora of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and lOtfi t1uTELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 M CUSCADENS ICE CREAM Is absolutely pure Our facil ities are better than ever be fore and telephone orders weddings reception birth day first communion and christening parties receive prompt attention BOTH PHONES 518 city will conduct the beautiful and Impressive ceremonies and Father OConnell will have the assistance of a number of visiting priests JUDGE PRIOR BETTER Judge Joseph Pryor whose illness last week greatly alarmed his friends and the public is reported much inn proved though still confined to his apartments at the Louisville Hotel The Judge suffered a severe attack of bronchitis and for u while IIt was thought pneumonia might develop It is earnestly hoped that he will fully recover within another week FEDERATION CONVENTION The Executive Board of the Amer ican Federation of Catholic Societies JlRIi 4Bt jioJJkes to local and State Federations announcing mat rime sixth national convention will be held at Indianapolis opening with services at the Cathedral and a monster parade on Sunday July 14 and clos ing on the Wednesday following IN MEMORY OP HITB PIBRCB WHO DIED I EASTER SUNDAY Some time has passed away Brother since we last saw you Yst It seems to us but yesterday Memory holds you ever in view Twas au revolr not farewell For we hope some time to meet Tho our hearts with borrow swells Loves bitter is post in its sweet A Friend I f ATTENTION r UNIONMEN We want your trade and we give the most for your money anda square deal all around in the best union made goods SUITS 10 to 25 PANTS and OVERALLS all pri ces SHIRTS NECKWEAR COLLARS SUSPENDERS etc SHOES at 2 to 4- HATSat 150 to h Come o- Headquarters LEVYSTHRD AND MARKET Jive your boyi pnpathem ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky C1uakaJ8cIeatlicl wrtfuatLetgawlmm1agpooLwllgn QmoI1 Term Moderate Bro Jams r Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY BMBALMBR- Waabiog aedCblldreaOffice 2406 Payee St Both Phone f 1L t t t NrrOCKY IRXS1i LN J Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer t Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 10 I I I I I t III B TRACY L H STRAUS BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Curl STREETshortI HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East I12a1n Street + 4 + ++++ ++ + H + i M f D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day OT Night + 1231 WEST MARKET STREET DRINK=Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer I BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWINGINCORPORATED COMPANY TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVXLLE ICY THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST money by buying the BUST Wall Plaster at the lowest cost That will be the result of a trap action here p Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River I Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jcffer onville Ind Phone 665 Old sad Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HENRY AJJJJ1 PULS DYER AND CLEAKER i 1aL1ts1ail Os is1WsarlsY rsl WORK tUABANTK- swee a+ 521 Flak Strut a1a a1 0 LOUISVILLEMAIN ST HOTEL Bit fc7th Strictly PlrstCUss Ifath PIn Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and recep tionsROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors pp d FOR FurnitureOf t at the owestpricfS r Go to WMe MMER rf419 W MARKET STREET fiR MANDRIOI 83018 WAGij MANUFACTURERS Carriage HenlrtogI sid NMKTkis 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HERRMANN BROSIN- POATZRk FINE WIRES AND LIQUOftB- Dlstllkrs and Wbrf sale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whklcl11- IJEARL 01 flELSOB BOTTLKD IN BAND TsliskMt 1941 234 Slxlh Siren t U I FATHER HEALY Succumbed to Heart DIsease at St Josephs Hospital In Lexington The llev Father Edward Josepl Mealy pastor of St Johns church 111 Georgetown died at St Josephs Jml pltal Lexington last Saturday murn ing at 630 oclock Father Hcaly hat been critically ill of heart disease fOI the preceding week and was broug to the hospital on Wednesday It wat evident he could not long survive at111 the vital forces ebbed away until tend He was conscious at intcrvn almost up to the moment of his deal Father Healy was about sixty eight years oldand was born ir County Hoscommon Ireland 1IiI family is a notable one in the churc lie having a brother In New York wIll- Is a priest and other relatives wIll are prominent in the religious worl When he realized several days befo that death was imminent he sent fOl an attorney and wrote a will dlspo ing of a considerable estate TIH terms of Ute will are not known but it is understood that the St Joseph Hospital is one of the beneficIarIes The body was taken to Georgetow where the funeral took place Mondn the interment to be in the Cathol cemetery there where Fathr Heal some time ago bought a lot nr erected a monument to his own men ory Father Healy was formerly pns tor of the Catholic church at Mt Sterling and left that city for Georgetown about five years 1go DEDICATED New and Beautiful Cathedra at Charlestown Last Sunday The new and Beautiful Cathedra of St John the Baptist erected 011 the site of the former Cathedral of- St John and St Finbar in Charles ton S C was dedicated last Sun lay with elaborate ceremonies Cardinal Gibbons Mgr Dicmede Fal onto the apostolic delegate and one nindrcd archbishops bishops man sIgnors and clergy representing the ntliollc church in America participated Tile building is of the purest Gothic type built of brown stone am cost 290000 Its erection was begun ninny years igo but its completion is largely dui to the energetic efforts of tight Rev Mfthop Henry Northrop to whose nemory it will stand as a monument ORAXGEMKX I1AL1CIXG William Itcdmond was recently con ratulated in uniting for the first ime in history all of Irelands Parlla nentary representatives in support of an Irish bill That is a measure sanctioning the cultivation of to lacco in Ireland lint even the sootn IlIg influence of the weed divine has ailed to maintain that happy state ot affairs Because a Nationalist wmbcr blocked a local Belfast bill eallng with stipendiary magistrates the Ulster Unionist party headed by heir English leader Walter Long threatens to wreck the tobacco bill itul this despite the fact that the later Unionist party had previously greed to the bill In the interests ol reland as a whole That is how na ional interests arc sacrificed in the ame of petty party politics VISITS OLD SCENES John Fox of Chicago representng- large horseshoeing interests was here- for a few days this week transacting business and loft Wednesday for Lex- Ington Mr Fox Is a great admirer or ChIef of Police John O Connor of St Pl1ul who is a native of Kentucky rom the St Paul Chief who hat erved under all the administration for the past twelve years he brougY navy messages to forniei acquaint nets Tack thinks Louisville al nest as great u city as Chicago and alwas likes to come here He iIs- an enthusiastic Irishman and belongs to nearly all the Irish societies In the WInd City TEMPORAllY COADJUTOR Right Rev Don Henrique Silva Jlshop of Lisbon uncle of the King ot Portugal and special envoy of Plus X otthis country is in San Fran cisco and the Call says that accord- Ing to information given at St Maryi Cathedral he Is temporarily to take the place of Coadjutor in the archdiocese of San Francisco made vacant bY the death of Archbishop George Montgomery CARRY FINE STOCK The Rogers Book Company this week placed on exlbltlon the largest and most complete line of goods and articles for those who are about to make their first communion and bo confirmed ever seen in Louisville They have anything any one can call for and a visit to their store wlU save time and money for those wishing to secure articles for such occasions GREAT EVENT First holy communion for the boys and girls of St Johns congregation always the great event of the year la hat parish will be received by a large class tomorrow morning For months the children have been receiving Instruction from their ven Table pastor and are well prepared tor the joyful occasion Father Bax rill be tho celebrant of the solemn first communion mass which will begin at 8 oclock WONDERFUJj IRISHMAN There Is living at the preent time ays the London Evening News at riahman named William Kingeley 124 years of age who not only saw felabri but fought under him at thE cattle of Trafalgar and was prtteeni at thetamoulil Admirals death Clngsley probably the oldest parser lying was born in Cork In 1783 and has lived under five different t 0 i sovereigns He at present resides at Stoddart New Orleans EARTHQUAKE Plays Havoc With Large and Famous Cathedral In Mexico It has been discovered that the great Cathedral of Mexico City one of the largest and most famoi churches In the world was cracks from top to bottom by the rccei earthquake The fissure is flftee centimeters or an eighth of an Inch bythebeen appointed to examine the bull lug to see what can be done in the premises The Cathedral is centurIes old and over a year was consume in its erection It is built on the old site of the Aztec temple one tof the most historic spots in all Mexici Thousands of tourists have vlsite the edifice RECENT DEATHS W E Planmoeller of 616 Twentj fifth street a painter for many yens employed by the Louisville Itailwa Crmpany died of llrights dlsea ati noon Wednesday He was flftyon years of age and had been ill oat f short time He is survived by a wlft u daughter and a son Ills funerr took place j uqbiriuuij mornlnlffromSt Anthonys church of had for years been a member Mrs Mary McCormick Bcventytwi years of age a native Kentuckian and for many years a resident of Louisville tiled of organic heart disease Tuesday night at her home 1221 Twelfth street She is survived brai daughter Miss Elizabeth who is lstenographer nt the L timid N build- Ing Funeral services were held Friday morning at the Sacred Henri church anti burial was in St Lour cemetery The funeral of Miss Elsie OCon nell who died of typhoid fever at St Anthonys Hospital Sunday morning was held Tuesday afternoon from Holy Name church Fourth avenue and N street Miss OConnell was thirtythree years of age and a well known dressmakers of the West End She is survived by her mother and a younger sister who reside at Anchor age The body was removed to the hone of her cousin Mrs T H Mar phy Fourth avenue and Q street Joseph Hoffman aged fortyeight rears died suddenly at his home 14 If Washington street at an eay hour Sunday morning death being due to heart trouble lie retired apparently in good health shortly after 11 oclock Saturday night and when frond by- cis wife fis hotly was warm imllcnt ng that he hind only been dead a few minutes Hoffman was formerlyt lettercarrier at the Louisville post fflce and was a member In good landing of the Louisville fjjtrcar rlcrs Union at the time of hits death lie is survived by his wife who before her marriage was Miss Louise Smith Ihe funeral took place Tuesday afternoon from St Josephs church nail was under the auspices of his former associates HINTS ON STYLE Printed orCTiitlles in Dresden put terns soft lawns whether Persian or Swis and dainty Irism dimities ore all in demand Prettier even than lingerie hats for sountry wear are some of the new mnboniiets which are made in floral awn to match the gown Rose in all its shades is exceedingly fashionable just now and makes jminently attractive and girlish Tresses for afternoon wear The tendency in wash materials is decidedly toward sheer effects and the dainty French lawns and batistes plain and with figures will find first avorFor short waist suits there are striped ginghams with graduated Borders in brown blue and gray and said zephyrs In which the pastel rather than the Tartan shades are leading The varietyof designs in novelty ms never been equaled sonic of the most attractive ones showing checks louble squares or white lines crossed jy hair lines of different shades of- lone color Linen frock models ore particularly nteresting this season the union of toutache braiding and einoroldery ised upon a majority of the improved nodels giving them an air dls linctively novel Dust coats for the automobile girl will be made of tussore silk or linen and there is a new cloth which is cart woolen and part cotton and also is water proof When made up It is usually Into a garment with a mood like a domino Short loose emits of taffeta in white or delicate color elaborately embroidered In soutache of tho same tone are among tae imported short oats for summer wear and the loose little short wraps In cloth In linen and In lace are beyond counting PIOUS POLICEMAN An interesting conversion Is announced from Cambridge Mass where a policeman figured as an evangelist with great success It teems that Terry Wong Dew the first name has a familiar sound a Chinese laundryman of East Cambridge and Patrolman David II Walsh became friends and occa lorially Indulged in religious discussions Walsh line for twenty years been a member of the choir of the Sacred Heart church Cambridge He offered to Introduce Dew to his pastor and to the members of the Lurch The Introduction was oc omplished and Dew went to church md sat in The choir bit several Sun lays lie soon became a regular at tendant at the church Several days ego he went to Wash and announced that he had been baptized in the Catholic churfch at South Weston Orange peel thrown OB an open Lire gives ferth a pleasing odor In the room n iJ HISTORIC CHURCH St Johns In PhiladelphIa Celebrates Its Diamond Jubilee Last Sunday the historic church e- St John the Evangelist Philadclphk observed the diamond jubilee of Its foundation Its first pastor was Bet John Hughes afterward Archblslulp of New York whose controversy s with notable opponents of the cllr hand whose courage in days of Know Nothing excitement and especially In the draft riots have given him a con spicuous place In American history lIe was assisted in Isle pastorate o f St John time Evangelist by the Rev Francis X Gartland who afterwari became Bishop of Savannah dying from yellow fever which he contract ed while administering to a striclici member of his flock Bishop Lefevre of Detroit was consecrated in tbs church and in it Archbishop Ken rick otSt Louis received tho pallium from the hands of hi brother the Bishop of Philadelphia and there were helcf the funeral sere ices of the successor of Itlshop Ken rick the Venerable Bishop Neumann In 1854 the church was placid Ir charge of the Jesuit Fathers wn relinquished it in 1801 During tin riots in 1844 no attacks were mule on St John church which was guard ed by Major Dlthmar and a company of soldiers sent by Gen Patterson The present pastor of the celebrntrfil church is the Right llev Msgr Fisher who was received into time church by Mo late Archbishop Wood January 8 1879 He was raised to the dignity of Monslgnor in December 1C05 AMERICAN CATHOLICS Hope to Get Ancient Struc ture In Rome For Church Almost all the foreign countries have in Rome a special Catholic church of their own nationality but the United States is an exception Visiting Americans now join the English or the Irish in their respective churches there but an effort is now being made to obtain from the Vatican the Church of Sante Andrea Dellavalle which was begun in 1691 for the use of an American church which would be intrusted to the American section of the Theatlne Order a monastic order of regular ierks founded in Rome in 1524 for the purpose of combating the reformation If the movement is succeess tul it is proposed to have Archbishop Ireland preach the Lenten course of sermons next year and Bishop Gorman of Sioux Falls preach the Lenten sermons of 1909 STROKE PROVED FATAL Mrs Julia Fitzgerald wife of Rich ml Fitzgerald of 720 Zaifc street lied Wednesday from nie effects of 1 paralytic stroke of two weeks be ore She was fifty years of age ends survived by her husband and sev eral children Mr Fitzgerald was formerly a grocer of Seventh and lane streets and is well known hroughout the city The funeral tervlces were held yesterday morning I1t St Louis llert rands larch Mrs Fitzgerald was a most devoted wife md loving mother and for the be reaved members of the family there Is widespread sympathy NETTED RICH RETURN The gift of a dying Montana pros lector to the diocese of the Helena Catholic church has netted rich returns says the Intermountain Re publican A deal was closed recently rough a Butte broker selling time icven claims the prospector left to the church for 275000 A payment of 75000 has been maue Time money will be used in building the Cathedral at Helena and the balance will go toward the completion of n coloniza ion Hellenic Bishop Carroll has under- say GOOD POLITICS Even yet it Is good politics at times to cater to certain nationals ties in city polities The Republicans ot Chicago recognized that this was n year to ploy for the German vote lher nominated Busse for Mayor The Democrats anticipating their lesign tried to meet it by nominating Traeger for City Treasurer The German vote still had a guess com- Ing and valiantly proceeded to elect both Busse and Traeger thereby lilts trating that It had no prejudices igainst either party and desired to heal fairly by both CHANCE FOR NEW PIANO The Montenegro Itlehm Music Com many wants to secure the oldest piano In the city In exchange for which It will give one of the newest and best Instruments that are made Chose of our readers who have old llanos would do well to look up the late of their manufacture as soon as possible for no one knows who has the oldest The piano taken in ex change will be used for advertising inrposes ItROKE TIlE RECORD Tho division of dead letters broke ill records by returning to senders luring the month of March 347279 undelivered letters and packages In March 1906 the number returned was 226438 The record for a single lay In the returning branch of the division was also broken during last month when 14488 letters were returned on the 28th HE HAD JUARRIED I certainly was shocked said the ternvlsaged woman to hear that you were married I wouldnt marry the best man on earth- Heneyergave you ia chahcot retorted Mrs Brldey beeaus ho as mrea me I was the only girl he ever I propoSed to j o FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO- Ixio I Brewers and ottlerslLOUISVILLE J Y PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TIDLIDPHOIiizD X080 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone flair 1913 1913rHE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 = LOUISVILLE KY a ASK FOJ D1JI RSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE 7llTlWCTTULBYSTuesday Forbes Robertson and Gertrude Elliott- In Caesar and Cleopatra and Hamlet BUCKINGHAMMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Matins April 21 I Merry Monarchs of Burlesque WashinltonSOCIET RlS Two Bright Smart Musical Snapshots LEVYIN JAPANandTHETHIRD DEGREE + ft NfN Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST H PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very teas 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of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W JefferSon Street IMt Si tAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you OHASo WIGGINTONSole Agent for Loulsvlll Also Agnt for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY 1 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 burnes consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Shorthand and Typewriting flft d Reliable Sjilem as taught at this institution is a valuable stonetoemploymentSpencerian P v h COMMERCIAL SCHOOLENtS Sl rEiBtICACrncoaroaarx0 Union Manonal Bask Bt rresUcit alnStrtttTaraerIIMrkASpeaeer Real MuteI can RENT or SELL that house of yours All Iask is a trial L M BROWNHOME PHONE 3m 345 FIFTHI STREET K EO E- iiJJtONEr J HPMHE1I W D 11 wl WCOM A Iii Am U i t fi 1Ir o Jt JJriU 11 A8 J 0 o t i Q Satisfac tion or YouriBack JON8SONMARKET SiREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH INCORPORATED Ladies Tailor Made I SUITSThree Exceptionally Attractive Values i 1000Spring Suits for i 698 iAgood style of Eton Suit in gray mixtures and checks Coat i is Venetian lined and trimmed Ismal1I00000000 ee IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Sir Walter Nugent Nationalist has been elected without opposItion to represent South Westmeath iIn Parliament in succession to Dom Sullivan deceased Last week the fine new municipal technical schools at Dundalk were formally opened by Cardinal Loguc They comprise a fine block of build- Ings in brick and terra cotta ihe death is reported from Rathe car near Dunleer county Louth of Philip Newett The deceased who was In his ninetyfirst year had the reputation of being the oldest weave in Ireland At the last meeting of the Glenn maddy Board of Guardians Walte Murphy drew attention to the dIstress prevailing In the district Many small tenants had to leave their homes and go to England to look for work The Pope having heard with great regret that the Most Rev Dr Owens Bishop of Clogher was rather seri ously ill has dispensed him from the duty of coming to Rome for his visit ad limlna which was just duo Rev Mathew Dillon parish priest of Duagh passed away after a somewhat tedious illness Father Dllloi never assumed a prominent part IIn politics but In an undemonstrative wy succeeded in doing much tor those entrusted to his pastoral care Before Justice Gibson at the Derry Assizes Hamilton Giles farmer of Keady County Tyrone was awarded 1250 against the Clogher Valle Railway Company for the loss of his son alleged to have been caused by the negligence of the defendant servantsThe annual Irish language pro cession which it has been the cus tom to hold in Dublin on the Sunday before St Patricks day will not take place this year until June 9 when the weather will be more suit able for a demonstration of this kind in which all classes take part On Monday Miss Cooper of Cooper Hill Drogheda a member of an old local family met her death In n tragic manner While driving with her sister near Gormanstown the pony slipped and came down on its knees Miss Cooper was thrown violently from the trap and died in a few hours The new Irish college of Lelnster haa been formally opened by Arch bishop Walsh This college was started to give residents In that province the same facility for acquir ing a knowledge of the Irish lan guage as the residents of Ulster Munster and Connaught already possessWhen the teams were lining up at Strokestown for playing off the final for the Roscommon championship for the football match being between Kilbride and Tulsk the runnersup in the ties for North and South Ros common a brother named Belrne of Bawn street Strokestown dropped dead in the field As deceased had been treated previously for heart disease no inquest was held Regret Is announced at the death of the Rev Thomas Canty at Kllle naule He was a popular and zeal ous priest lin the prime of life and up to a short time ago was in the enjoyment of good health While out riding some weeks ago his horse got frightened at a passing motor and Father Canty was thrown off The Injuries received were not very serious but he was confined to his bed for some time Pneumonia then set in and caused death to follow About G oclock on Friday morning Thomas Eager Knocknaboola near Klllorglin took a razor went out Into his haggart and inflicted two gashes across his throat leaving a pool of blood on the ground As ho was missing during the day a search was made and in the evening ho was traced by the evidences of blood cross tho fields to a deep pool in the Cateners river a mile distant where Ills body was found He was a respectable farmer and no cause can be issigned for his rash act By the doath of Michael Brennan llrush Thurlea a link with the past was severed The deceased had at tained his one hundred and ninth year and was up to the hour of his oath hale and hearty and mentally clear Ho was known in the locality to be at all times a hard working Industrious man and though bowed lows by advancing years and OOBM juently had to somewhat relax his tbors on the farm still up to ayery tort time before his death be Woe a N U 1500 Spring Suits for 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 00 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I1- DWISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkell Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusicli CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frlda Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentDan McIenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancIal Secretary John T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings oi Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daalel J Doughert- ySergeantatarmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice PresidentStephen J McEl Uott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Ycretary R E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlhan SergeantatArmsRobcrt Mitchell SentinelWillIam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan UnePresldentJobn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrlty Banner Bearer J G Cole Y ai If MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenlgs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresIdentDen J Sand First Vice PresidentJohn T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan than Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphab Andriot Outside Sentinel Gorge Bartsch able to move about and manage and carefully control his busine- ssAMUSEMENTS After a most successful season the Hopkins will to night close her doors for the summer The Washington Society Girls ompany thirty in number and heralded as the merry monarchs of burlesque are next weeks offering at the Buckingham A wartime play flavored with romance will be the Mary Anderson offering next week with Wednesday and Saturday matinees On Parole- S the title It is said to be a picturesque play written from tho louthern viewpoint Something out of the ordinary is promised at the Masonic next week when the Four Huntingtons will be the attraction They were formerly headliners in vaudeville doing an acrobatic act Now they are the canter of a musical comedy written for hem and said to be a success The distinguished English actor orbesRobertson and his wife Gertrude Elliott will be seen at Ma auleys on Tuesday and Wednesday of neat week presenting Caew and Cleopatra and Hamlet This w111 be one of the most brilliant and 1m ortaat eogagemeata of the entire teatrieal season rJ- Q High GradeGoods Goodsat PopularPrices 2000 Spring Suitsjor i1475 iHere we have several charm iing styles in Eton and Pony Coat Suits made up in fine Chiffon Panama and light weight novelty materials coats silk or satin lined and elabo 8toD O S0 0000 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Ooln the Past WeekOeneral- Newa Notes Joe Lcnihan has good ideas for the annual celebration Next Month Division 1 will obscrv its thirtythird anniversary Prospects are bright for the or I ganlzatlon of a division and auxiliary at fibbing Minn The seven Ohio Hibernian Rlflo companlese will hold their annual encampment at Springfield in July Division 1 of Minneapolis receive holy communion last Sunday at thtJ Church of the Immaculate Conception Division 4 will meet next Wedne day night The officers will have an important report from the Count BoardNotwithstanding the vast amounts paid out for sick benefits all the dl visions of the Falls Cities arc in ex ccllent shape financially Minnesota Hibernians from all ovc the State will take part in the cxet cises connected with the dedication of the St Paul Cathedral The members of the order at Milford N H made an excellent show- Ing when they received holy communion In a body on April 7 Division 1 of Hartford held its thlr tysixth annual bazar this week at which the big prize was a free trip to Ireland and 50 expense money That was a fine meeting hcli Thursday night by Division 3 Ita members are doing earnest work and deserve the success they are nehlsv ingDivision 1 most assuredly owes ia debt of gratitude to John Mulloy anrl Thomas Walsh They did their work well and added great strength to thc divisionThe of Irish history at tin meetings of the Jcf fersonville divlslor is n splendid diversion from tho usun continue Why not try the plan In LouisvilleEverybody had the glad hand for Tom Shelly James Rogers and James TwohIg at the meeting of Division 1 With Tim Lyons they are the pioneer members of the order here the St Patricks day celebration of the Wheeling Hibernians which was postponed by reason of the flood took place last night and was a bril liant event The Right Rev Bishop Donahue was among the invited guestsThe Ladles Auxiliary had an in teresting meeting Wednesday night They were given the hint that the County officers were preparing tc give them a surprise visit and hope is entertained that they will not fail to do so Field days retain their popularity in tho East At Natick Mass Di vision 27 will hold one on Memorial day and the committee is prepared to put up large purses for sports and all previous picnics in this section will undoubtedly bo excelled in the list of sports and the other attractions toe offered It is expected that the County Board will soon determine as to the character of the annual celebraAon Several plans are being considered and not the least favored is a field day such as was inaugurated several years ago by Tom Dolan who Is looked upon as the father of Irlih athletics in this section GIVE THEM PAIR TRIAL The Louisville base ball club opened its season in the American Assocla lon race Wednesday and has mans fi letter showing thus far than the ans expected The simple fact that the attendance has been very large when the make up of the team was ot a doubtful calibre proves conclusively that this city as a base ball town is in the front rank At present all criticism should be withheld and President Thomas A Barker and fanager Thomas Chivington given a fail and impartial trial in the man gement of the club and if they make good the public will do the rest SAILED FOR EUROPE The Right Rev Bishop Maes sailed Sunday for Europe and wilt probably pend the summer there The only eason for cutting short his visit will be the desire to have him return and reside over the B charl tlc League oBcrew that will meetatPlttsburgt t u i JAMES GREENE t 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture e i Carpets Rugs- ii Stoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS i i Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come In and let J I us show you the many features of our Immense assortment We think we can convince you that It is to your advantage to purchase here We would qualityfrom J alwaysbemarks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless the customer is absolutely satisfied Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or I more varied stock 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 N MN044 MNMNNMMNMNN NO syeetx eoeoe Xeetos- s By reason ol being out of the high rent districtsJ eachrs- s s J l pair of shoes you buy V 400 Values for 300 t ixi f 0 Lollaager Shoe Store f tIEFF 307 WEST JEFFERSON I- WXXXKKXs = r rr HXXXXHMXCX Boston Dental Parlors SOG WJGJSOP AJCASZICEJT ST A SET OF TEETH 300 1AGold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings SOc up Extracting 2Gc Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS I 1ROIhOw THE CRO DAnd you gYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY ffallgs GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188403732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 4 x Hx S43H S4 HOTEL HOE MERHENRY Q HOEMER Proprietor I 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who Intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every convenience 1 and comfort to be found in a modern todate hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance 1 FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION SxSx8KSx 8 3K x 3 A A FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARTBRScFOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpriugLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE jOINALL ITS BRANCHES DltIONEY1 TO LOANe CyMI PHONE MAIN 27y Roam IIl Law Bldg Center and Greene DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both389PhonesOFFICE INFIRMARY AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST f U u n fHn nNMmm Ml tI I MMt MHMft run WINKS Au KQLli OILUlpAGxDII 345 West Greek Street I+IQUORSr rt ft I tIJJ t OIffARiAPtto J sit ti Ct tnIitI 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