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T I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XVIIlNO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 271907 PRICE FIVE CENTs DIMMER Grow Prospects of Important Parliamentary Legislation For Ireland 1 Anti Home Rule Factions Oppose Any Change From Present Conditions Hinted That Nationalists Will Be Disappointed With Work of Session I MUST SOON TAKE UP SUBJECT Writing from London the New York Heralds correspondent says that although members of the oovIernment have left the home rule for Ireland and the reform of the House of Lords severely alone I during the Easter week when they should have visited their constltuen I cles the time Is arriving when both subjects will have to be introduced into Parliament and dealt with An tihome rule agitation in Ulster and the northern towns of England Is proceeding In real earnest and it is stated in influential quarters that some leading members of the UnIon- Ist party In the House of Lords have formulated a scheme for reforming the gilded chamber which will take InbillIn as Lord Newtons House reform bill which is to be intro duced on May 6 and which simply would shelve the question by referr ing the proposals to a select commit tee Ulster is solid and united and her sons say as they said two decades ago We will not have home rule John Dillon says the bill which the Government will be compelled to Introduce will be passed by an overwhelming majority Then he adds We shall have to deal with the House of lords but the united organized pressure of the Natlonal ists will bear down that obstacle Dillon is evidently more sanguine than a large proportion of his Liberal friends on the English side of the Irish channel The minority inEngland opposed to home rule amounts to more than a third of the population and they claim they represent well nigh all the wealth culture and Industrial energy of the country At meetings which are being held they complain that CampbellBannerman proposes as the price for his continuance ttnj office to place them under the un checked dominion of the peasantry who are animated as Is most natural considering their history by distrust and dislike of England and led by men who have publicly avowed their Intention of taking ven geance upon the loyal and lawabid ing minority whenever the opportun ity offers At many meetings which have been held In the north of Ireland during the last fortnight resolutions have been unanimously passed ex pressing the opinion that any home rule measure proposed by the pres ent Government Is not likely to of fer any prospects of either equal liberal or Just and steady govern ment that if It is on the lines of Gladstones bill Its whole scope will 4be certain to promote neither peace nor progress and that It would give enormous power for mischievous interference with Individual corporate rights qualified only by artificial and impracticable limitations Mem I stock exchange 11havewould be disastrous to the trade and saysthatiI all enterprise paralyzed Many of the merchants and many of the con panies now carrying on their busi I ness In Ireland threaten that If tho home rule bill Is passed they will change themselves and their business to the English side of the Irish chan nel They profess to see nothing but misery and disaster if home rule Is granted and say that is will affect l every member of the community but that the people who will suffer from it will be the poor Another correspondent says the Americans who contributed with more than ordinary liberality to the home rule fund when the envoys of the Nationalist party paid their last visit to the United States are likely to be disappointed with the Irish leg islation that will be secured at this session of Parliament The envoys aroused expectations which will hardly be realized When asked how much the Gov ernment was going to do for the home rule cause John Redmond said he couldnt answer that question Lord Rosebery thinks the Irish question Is considered an open one by the Government and that seems a reasonable view It is an open question because the members of the Government areluot all home rulers like Sir Henry CampbellBanner man and Blrrell It is an open ques tion because the Government doesnt know how far tho House of Lords- womtldtfojlow It oan theAroad to home rule All all the situation doesI not quite come up to what was fore casted by the Irish envoys in their American speeches It Is fair how ever to say that they were probably sincere when they said Ireland ryas nete home rule than Jfiver before If rany fault lido befbuxKUwlth them I it is that they were a bit too exuberant t In their optlnikimv J I xmEIGHTklIFTIr ANNIVERSARY Still holding the reins of govern meat and keeping in touch with the J r 0 administrative affairs of his large diocese Archbishop Williams of Dos ton will today observe his eighty fifth birthday tanniversary and all Boston will congratulate him and simultaneously pray that he may be spared until 1910 to celebrate the golden jubilee of his episcopate The diocese of Boston embraced all New England with a population of lloss than 10000 when Bishop Williams first saw the light of day In thnt city on April 27 1822 There were but 3000 Catholics and a half dotes priests laboring among them Today the Hub City has 350000 Catholic souls while New England has 1500000 Tis a pleasant contrast for the venerable prelate to look upon I RECEIVES THE PALLIUM Imposing Ceremony Witnessed I at New Orleans oncWednesday 1 Before a distinguished portion of 1 the Roman Catholic hierarchy of the United States including Cardinal Gibbons two Archbishops and sixteen I Bishops Archbishop Blenk of New Orleans was on Wednesday invested with the pallium This insignia isII of the Archbishops the official recognition I power to succeed to the functt tions of the late Archbishop Chapelle I whose province compriseu the six I States of Louisiana Mississippi Alabama Arkansas Texas and Okla home and who died during the yellow 1 fever epidemic two years ago In the old St Louis Cathedral I where other important events in Archbishop Blenks life have trans pared since he lived in Now Orleans o boy the ceremony took place structure was decked in the Papal colors yellow and white interspersed with the American colors and the Archbishopn purple Follow ing high mass the pallium was I placed upon the altar It Is a band of white wool with two pendants of the same material and bears four black crosses With the pallium were three jewels an amethyst a topaz and a ruby each set In a pin for fastening the insignia upon the Archbishops garments Aifter time mugs Archbishop Blenk renewed bis oath of allegiance and fidelity to the Holy See and then 1 Cardinal Gibbons placed the pallium upon the Most Rev Blenks shoulders In addition to Cardinal Gibbons and Archbishops Glennon and Moeller I there were present sixteenI Bishops amI nbout Oo prlestv INITIATION That Gladdened theHearts a of Local Hibernians Fri day NtAht I 1 An initiation that gladdened the hearts of Hibernians was that held Friday night of last week when the degrees were conferred on eleven candidates President Ford called the meeting to order and after the pay ment of bills and sick claims all busi 1 ness was suspended in order to af ford ample time for the session of 1 the County Board ana the initiation County President Murphy acknowl edged the kindness of DlvUton 2 and after a short interval when ad I tresses were made by State Presl 1 dent Butler and uennis Ollern nnd unties Robards of Jeffersonville 1 the degree team healed by essrsc Patrick T Sullivan James Coleman James Barry Joe McGinn and John Keaney announced ready for the work of Rime evening The exempllfi vation was an impressive one each officer being perfect in his work Those who received the degrees were Messrs Robert Osborne Thomas Mannlx James Regan Frank Llston Tom Kenna Frank Wolf John F Dugan David Downs John Brown A J Tompkins and Martin Murphy While the degrees were being conferred an elaborate spread was ar ranged by Con Ford Joe Lynch Dan McKenna and Will Meehan to which ample justice was done The mem bers of Division 2 are proud of the fact that the entertainment participated in by such a large number was the best that has yet been given by Division 2- WILL MAKE GOOD Pearl Laundry Enters Field With Very Bright- Prospects The Pearl Laundry located on Sec ond street nearChesthut the latest addition to Louisvilles business establishments will begin operations about May 1 with the best of pros pects for success Though there are many here the want of another first class laundry has for some time been felt and this will be supplied by the Pearl Laundry which will be conducted by Louis P Glass and Joseph E McGinn Mr SUss has had weirsI of experiencebeltig ono of thebest knoW laundrymen in the State and until recently was with the Seelbach Intel leaving there to engage in h8 InesS for himself Joe McGinn who will be time business Manager needsl no jntfpductlpn anywhere Ja Louis idle For years he has been In the employ this Scanjon Coal Company which parts with dip with ieHtN of regret but hopes for hU r tidrls in the business world The Pearl will be supplied with the- ateetl and most improved machinery u 0 being fully equipped for nil kinds of laundry work from the dainty little handkerchief to the finest and most costly lace curtains Messrs ileum and Glass have already received as surances of liberal patronage and promise that their work will be of the first class and certain to give satisfaction to the most exactin- gPRESENTATIONS Prominent Hibernians Re ceive Pictures From Their Own Division Stephen McElllott graced the Presi dents chair in the absence of President McGinn at the regular meeting of Division 4 on Wednesday and made a very favorable impression as a pre siding officer The Illness of Financial Secretary It Emmet OSulllvan J who has been at the Infirmary for ten days was reported and the application for membership of John D OConnor was received Time division learned with feelings of regret that John Brennun one of its most loyal I members was to leave the cityand j Issued a traveling card to him Mr Brennan Is going to Nashville In the I near future and will visit other prom inent cities in the South I Several life size portraits of prom inent Hibernians were presented to them on account of there being no J place for them to adorn the walls in the divisions new meeting place and a picture of Company A fiber nlan Rifles was presented to Capt Jerry llallihan who was in command- of that organization at the time of its disbanding Quite a few members 1 were in attendance at the meeting I atul No4Is expected to boom from I now on CARDINAL GIBBONS I Believes French Should Real ize Benefits That Followtt Separation Cardinal Gibbons replying to a statement by Paul Saba tier published Wednesday in blch1 Sabatler 1 speaks of the Cardinal as being so 1 proud of the separation between Church and State In America and recommends him to read the Papal bulletins which absolutely condemn It gave out the following interview ftk w PrJsSBSL Ll j In a correspondence with M Saba tier some time ago he informed meJJ of his intentions to reply to my article on the troubles between 1 Church and State in France In argu ing for separation of Churchan1I State I do not presume to speak forII other countries or for other conditions I speak only for my own country and its conditions Although 1 I may venture the opinion that yhatjj eer the condition of the French I episcopate may be with regard toII separation of Church and State Itc would be better for that country ifI they could enjoy the real separation I of Church and State as It is in this country namely a true separation 1 I am unalterably attached to the separation of Church and State In this country and have always expressed my belief and satisfaction inc itt I so expressed myself in Its favor thirty years ago I did so later on in Rome itself and I have no hesitation in expressing the same solemn brlufc today Indeed I can not speak too highly of the present relations between the Church and State in thisI country where the civil government holds over us the arm of its protection without interfering with 0111I rights of conscience In proclaiming the truths of the gospe- lMINSTRELS Under Auspices of Well Known Louisville Cath olic Ladles Mrs William T Meehan head of the Eentertalnment Committee and an untiring worker for the Catholic Womans Club has succeeded in ar ranging or a big minstrels and entertainment at St Marys Hal on the evening of Tuesday May 7 The performance will be given by the Ches terfield Minstrel Company composed of talented members of the Young Mens Institute who on several occasions pleased large audiences This time they will Introduce some entirely new features and promise a treat for the friends of the club In addition to the specialties there will be a splendid chorus and musical pro gramme Those who will assist Mrs Meehan are Mrs Kate Newman Mrs Jr J Maloney Mrs George D Beck Mrs George Hoertz Jr Mrs John Graves Mrs Volta Simms Miss Maria Merimee and Miss Dymphna Bas HIGH TRIBUTE Apropos of tIle mission which closed at St Louis Bertrands church last Sunday evening a high tribute wasI paid Very Rev Father Logan by two prominent Protestant ministers oft this city who attended the mission After seeking out Father Logan and introducing themselves they both re marked on the religious fervor which hud been shown by the men present and one added that they both desired to compliment him on the fact that he had done something during the mission whichl Governor B ckham had been unable to do close the saloon mud closed their remarks by saying God bless you Father Logan for your good work t t UNOFFICIAL f 11 Announcement of Appointment of a Coadjutor to Bishop of Louisville i t Associated PresRfpDrts Say the Honor wt Go to Mgr Farrellyt Neither Gousultdrs Nor Irremovable Rectors Have Had Any Notice SURPRISE TO LODISmiB CATHOLICS I r Catholics in Louisville and KentuckyI were much surprised Tuesday when announcement came from tome to the effect that In all probability Monsignor Farrelly of the American Col lege in Rome was about to be ap pointed Coadjutor Ho the Right Rev I Bishop McCJoskey though there was I nothing official about the report TheI first intimation that such an appointment was being tort mplated was contained in the following Associated Press dispatch from nome on Tues J day f- In Vatican circles tIF is considered likely that Monsignor Farrell spir itual director of the American College here will be appointed Coadjutor to I Bishop McCloskey of Louisville Ky Tills was followed by a special dis patch in Wednesdays Courier Jour nal as follows Cardinal Merry Del Val Papal Secretary of State entertained at dinner t tonight the Cardinals now In- Rome and the diplomats accredited the Vatican Cardinal Del Vul authorizes a denial o that lie will resign the Pontifical Secretaryship The Pope recently referring to the subject said he did not intend to make any change during his pontificate It is likely that J Coadjutor Bishop of Louisville witlJ1 be appointed next Monday Bishop wlip would be the first to receive notification of any such appointment wfls this week out of the city but from clergy who 1 ought to know the Kentucky Irish American has learned tmitt 12I1Jl1H danofficial cTfdracfer received herethe question has beet tram Rome The fact that neither the I consultors nor irremovable rectors have not voted or taken any action 1 whatever leads many to discredit theII reports To our representative one of the best posted priests in the diocese explained that the priests of theJJ Louisville diocese would In all probaII bility be consulted before any Coadjutor Bishop was named He stated that a Coadjutor Bishop would haveII the right of succession and that hisjj duties would consist of giving such aid to the present Bishop as might j be requested of him In the event of the appointment of a Coadjutor I he would maintain a residence in Louisville j Monsignor Farrelly is well known t in Louisville and throughout the South He is a native of Arkansas but lived for many years in A ntiwilln He visited relatives at Brooks Sta lion near here last summer The distinguished prelate is nearly fifty years old He was ordained at Nashville and is considered one ofI the most learned men In the American Catholic hierarchy The Right Rev William George Mc t Closkey Bishop of Louisville is thet oldest Catholic Bishop in the United States both in age and in point ofI continuous service He is In his lghtyfourth year and has been Bishop here for thirtynine years llavlng been consecrated In 1868 Time only other Catholic prelate In Amer- Ica who exceeds Bishop McCloskey In age and point of service is Arch bishop Williams of Boston Mass GROWS APACE Grand Euchre to Assist In Building Another Fine Church St Columbas church on West Market street the baby of the dIo- cese of which the Rev John D Kala her is the energetic pastor is growing apace and the present building which is being used for a church is already too small to accommodate the congregation Therefore arrangements are now being made for the erection of a beautiful new edifice ot Thirtythird and Market and work will begin us soon as the weather conditions will permit In order to assist Father Kalaher the people of the West End have secured Pflsters Hall Twentyfifth and market fornext Tuesday and Wednesday and will give grand euchres both afternoon and evening with an abundance of refreshments mud an excellent supper for as many as will attend There will be many handsome prizes for the games whIch viii begin at 230 and 730 oclock A jolly good time Is promised by those having the euchre in charge FATHER BRADY BETTER The Rev Francis Brady the popu lar young assistant at St Cecilias chunk in Portland who has been ill at Sts Mary and Ellzabetk Ho pitll for three weeks is now making nicet and then t progress towardu recovery o people of his parish ore rejoiced to know that his condition has so much improved as to remove the feeling of uneasiness that prevailed last week Father Bradys attendants think that within a very short time he will 1 be able to return to his flock CROWDED NIGHTLY Fasstontst Fathers fire Con ducting Great Mission at the Cathedral The mission that began at the Cathedral last Sunday is one of the most successful ever held in this city the church beIng thronged both morn- Ing and evening with people eager to hear the eloquent Passlonlst missionaries Fathers Isadore and Alexander who come from the monastery at St Louis With each day the interest amid attendance increases and the Cathedral priests feel elated over the results thus far The mission will continue atlof next week without change in the order of exercise First mass will be celebrated at 5 oclock followed by a short instruc tion all lasting not quite an hour and at 8 oclock there is another mass with instructions on the command mentti Time evening services begin at 730 oclock with the rosary and a short instruction on time sacrament of penance followed by the mission sermon and closing with the benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Many are bringing their nonCatholic friends to hear the mission sermons which will leave lasting impressions agaInsttheing cared for at 3 oclock each afternoon and are very earnest and attend in large numbers WERE KEPT BUSY Members of Mackin Council Hold Long and Interest Ing Session Another splendid attend anci of members marked the mooting of satin Council on Tuesday nigh and for three hours the officers weC kept busy transacting a great amount of business President Sand presided and stated that John A Baker Jon eph Schaedler and Martin Waclitel had been reported favorably and with a number of othersTwbuld soon re- eTvetliec1tes1 havisiting rom mittees reported Messrs Martin Du gan Andrew Kast Thomas Tevliu and George Bartch all of whom have been on the sick list for some time past as improving but the condition of Albert Baron remains unchanged Secretary Den Reed reaJ a letter from Supreme Secretary Stinger con gratulating Mackin upon its splendid condition and the promptness with which it made its returns to the Supreme Council He also read an inv- Itation from the Catholic Order of Foresters to the meeting at St Boni face Hall which was accepted Louis Keif for reported that the out look for the opera was very bright the entire cast being almost ready for a rendition that will surpass any thing ever undertaken by local talent Chairman KInney Invited all the members and their friends to the dance to be held In the club house Monday night when the social club will close its most successful season The address of the evening was de livered by William M Higgins who spoke upon the Catholic press and tho noble battle it is fighting The Catholic newspaper was pointed out as one of time great instructors of the people a defender of faith and of the church and every one should realize the sense of duty they owe in maIn- taining such a power for good LIKES BISHOPS PLANS resident Andrew White Fa vors Catholic School Near Cornell In a statement issued last Saturday at Ithaca Andrew D White First President of Cornell University declared himself as generally in favor fo the plan of Bishop McQuaid of the Rochester diocese to establish a chapel residence hall and lecture room In the neighborhood of the Cornell campus Dr White declared that for fifty years he had been In favor of the erection of many sectarian school in the yldnlty of large institutions declaring that they should work In harmony rather than to be opposed to each other The establishment pf such Institu lops near large universities would In Dr Whites opinion give the stu dents who attend them a broader education and would be of great service all around Bishop McQuaId believes that the erection of build- Ings at the large colleges for the Catholic students would be of Incalculable benefit CASE LUrE ST PATRICKS The building of a new Church oft Michael with parish school rectory and convent to replace the old buildings on Thirtysecond street and Ninth avenue in Philadelphia soon to be torn down has been almost finished by the Pennsylvania rail road This unusual undertaking for A railroad coni started last fall and now allexce t the interior iiHlriilHg s is complete The oldl Church of St Michael and its con necting pariah buildings stand on a tongue of land surrounded oa threeI sides by the terminal excavations for the Pennsylvania tunnel Instead of obtaining the site which reaches back to Thirtyfirst street and has u frontage of 148 feet on Ninth avenue by condemnation proceedings the of tflcials of the road agreed to purchase n plot of land of the same size on Thirtyfourth street between Ninth and Tenth avenues and on It to build practically a new church Many would like to see that com pany do likewise in the case of St Patricks in this city- CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Have House Warming and En tertain In Delightful Manner The new hall of Branch 042 Catholic Knlghtssjpf America at Campbell and Broadway was packed to the doors Tuesday evening the occasion being the house warming and reception for the Central Committee and members of the order An elaborate pro gramme befitting the occasion had been arranged by President Veene man Secretary Kruse Joe McGinn Henry Schnltzger and Still Cushing and tables loaded with refreshments ran the length of the hall The meeting opened with a happy speech of welcome by Pres Veeneman who introduced Jos McGinn as toastmas ter Clever and Intensely interesting addresses were then delivered by Messrs Patrick Holly John Schalda Councilman Michael Reichert William T Meehan Oscar Mayer Charles Folk Alex Veeneman Eugene McCarthy and the editor of the Ken lucky Irish American Each speaker congratulated the officers and members of Branch 042 on the progress they were making and in referring to the union of interests formed by theii Central Committee cited the great benefit that must necessarily come from membership in the great Cath olic fraternal insurance society that now stands on an indestructible basisI President Meehan of Branch 25 and Councilman Reichert submitted some very interesting figures and an nounced that circulars setting forth the advantages offered by the C K of A would be soon placed in every Catholic home Though not the largest branch Oat- S now one of the most flourishing in the city having received applications at every meeting held this year Un def the present efficient officers it will not be long until It will be the equal of any In the State ROUSING MEETING Hibernians Spend Pleasant and Profitable Evening With Divisions Not for a long time have the mem bers of Division 3 A 0 II spent so pleasant or profitable an evening as they did at the meeting held last week The hall was thronged despite the rain and when President Coleman announced tho election of Martin Murphy Joseph Murphy and Harry Murphy and the application of Edward McDonald there was hearty applause The announcement that the Literary Committee would surprise tIle members proved true Alderman Butler presided over the social session during which the cigars were passed The speaker of the evening was Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan who read a carefully prepared review of Irelands early his tory and language which was perhaps the oldest in the world He touched upon the climate soil lakes and rivers and to a number brought back pleasant reminders of their youthful das in the Emerald Isle Upon all sides he was commended for the intellectual treat provided and was followed by Patrick Holly and State President Butler Before the adjournment President Coleman expressed himself satisfied with the splendid attendance and the interest manifested promising that Division 3 will hereafter take care of the social and intellectual as well as business sid- eFEAST OF ST PAUL Solemn Celebration Tomorrow at the Sacred Heart Retreat Time feast of St Paul of the Cross the founder of tho Passlonist order will be observed with much solemnity tomorrow at the Sacred Heart Re treat on the Newburg road the housed the Passlonist fathers in Kentucky This event has for years been one of great interest and devotion for the Catholics of this section and many come from a distance to participate in its celebration The ladies of theI parish of St Agnes have made amplet preparations for the accommodation of the many who will want to vUU for the first time tile magnificent new monastery and handsouvi chapelt completed since the last least day Tho solemn high mass will begin at 10 oclock with the Very Rev Father Henry as celebrant and the sermon will be preached by the Rer Denis Murphy the eloquent young pastor of St WillUwns In the afternoon there will be solemn vespers at 330 oclock With a fair dRY there should be UK immense gathering as the street ears run quite done to the Sacred Heart Jletreat which Is but a short ultaiice beyond St Louis cemetery and alert opposite Preston Park seminaryr READY iThe Great Irish International Exhibition Will Open Next Saturday I AH Roads Will Soon Lead to the Beautiful Emerald Isle Buildings Cover FiftyTwo Acres of Fashionable Penn broke District MANY NATIONS WILL TAKE PUT All roads will lead to Ireland this coming summer for the Irish Inter national Exhibition to be held In thatdIrectionSaturday beIrIsh1 sense Exhibits underNot only will the arts Industries and l especiallybeexhlbIts resources machinery and Its appli etcofCouncil antage8whIch vastnumbersof the world Is determined to make Irishproductsattempted in exhIbitionwilldlInvestment beforethetures and products will show the remarkable progress they have made developmentOutside the purely business as pects of the exhibition the amusement of the visitors will be amply catered to Musical entertainment vocal and Instrumental of a high class will be provided and special concerts devoted to Irish music will be given Otheramueementay a provldeuIuwithin the exhllbitlon there are the further attractions of the city and country Dublin and Ireland have these to offer In profusion The idea of the exhibition had Its Inception at a meeting of the then newly formed Irish Industrial Con r nee held on April 15 1903 In t ill of the Royal University Dublin The meeting was called for the purpose of establishing an Institute of Commerce for Ireland and of initiating a movement for the holding of an international exHIb- ition In Dublin Men of all classes creeas and politics met for tho common purpose of doing what they could to better the condition of the country and by a unanimous resolution that great meeting decided to hold an International exhibition In Dublin Following the precedent of exhibitions held elsewhere the Executive Council decided to raise a guarantee fund and the project was so favorably regarded that nearly 1000 gaurantors representing every section of the community subscribed to the fund which now exceeds 1775000 The site secured for the exhibitions in one of the best residential suburbs of Dublin within a mile and a half of the center of the city The greater portion of the site on which the buildings are now being erected was recently presented to the Pembroke Urban District Council by the Right Hon the Earl of Pembroke K P one of the Vice Presidents of the exhibition who owns a large property in the neighborhood In commemoration of the coming of age of his son Lord Herbert to be dedi cated as a park and recreation ground to the public foreer when the exhibition closes and to be known as Herbert Park In addi ion to the park the Executive Council was able to obtain a short lease of several acres of adjoining land so that a total of about fiftytwo acres Is available for the purposes of the exhibition The site is eminently suited for the purpose a lake foun tains and a wealth of shrubs and lowers forming a beautiful setting for the magnificent structures The main entrance to the exhibi Ion will be at Ballsbridge on the tramway line from the city to Dal key and will open into a Celtic ofhe Iwill be other entrances on the south side of the park to the vicinity of Donnybrook The principal build ings are a Grand Central Palace a Palace of Industry a Palace of Fine Arts a Palace of Mechanical Arts a home Industries section under the control of the Royal Irish Industries Association a colonial section a gas pavilion and sevrag special palaces for the display of their national man count the exhibition will be America Ger many France Belgium Italy Spain Russia and Portugal The President of the exhibition is amongheRev Dr Healy Archbishop of Tuam James Shanks J P la Secretary and executive officer FLASHES OVER ROCKIES The largest searchlight In the world 1 h that on top of Pikes Peak Colorado and flashes over 280 miler of the Rocky Mo tolas I F TT1TK- K NTUOB5r IRIR4 I RICAN r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of aU Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY SCI Entered at the LouUvllle PottoHlce a SecdndCUts natter Address til Commuulcatlous to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537Weet Ortci SI DD- CTRADESluNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 27 1907 NOT NOW YET That there will toe any change iIn the administration of the affairs of the Catholic diocese of Louisville 13 not known yet in any quarter tha would be expected to receive the first Information and we ore therefore inclined to the belief that not mud importance can be attached to the unofficial reports published tills week Louisville is the second oldest diocese in the United States with the second oldest prelate at its heat amI thus it is likely to continue for sometime to come There is of course the possibility of an auxiliary for whitI thus far there has been no request SEND THEM OVER The best thing that could happen for Ireland Just now would be the departure from that country of those merchants and companies who deprecate home rule and threaten tto cross over to England They are fe- in number but they have hindered Irelands progress by their policy which Is now fully exposed Though the outlook for home rule Is not what was anticipated there Is no reason for change of front by the Irish party The Government Is pledged to home rule for Ireland and therefore the Nationalists should accept nothing less If any there be who can not stand home rule let them leave Ireland and the sooner the better The present system ofI government and the unjust taxationI Imposed are responsible for the mlll ery and disaster that the Dublin Stock Exchange so much dreads and any change would be an Improve ment on existing conditions In that oppressed country John Redmond and the Irish party are Indeed facing a crisis and the hope extends throughout the world that they will meet it with a firm and united de mand for home rule and justice to Ireland POLITICAL SITUATION None can dispute the Irish Stand as assertion that for more than- ten years the Democratic party has been hopelessly disorganized nor that recent events in connection with the celebration of the anniversary of the birthof Thomas Tefefrson do not in dicate that the time of disorganize tion has passed In the cityof New York there were three distinct cele brations each representing a well defined faction of the party At the banquet each speaker blazed his own path but no one even suggested a reason why there should be harmony The only applause was that evoked by the criticism of some member of the Democratic party whose views did not coincide with the speakers No particular opposition to Republican politics was expressed The present leader of the Republican party was openly designated a better Democrat that those who have in recent years led the Democratic party Under such conditions it would appear that there are no real reasons why there should be a Democratic party That the Dcmocratis party can not succeed in an election in its present disorgan ized condition every thinking person knowsThere are indications that the Republicans may soon have the same difficulty which has beset the Demo crats No doubt can exist that n fight has already been started between the conservative and radical forces in the Republican party This fight may be as disastrous to the Republican organization OB the differences that arose in 1804 have been to the Democratic party The President has started out to see that his friends control the next Republican conven tion The challenge has been accepted by his opponents Senator Foraker in his recent speech in Ohio frankly announced that the line of battle had been formed that the fight would be carried to an end and that no compromise would be made SenaI tor Foraker1 has a reputation as a fighter and a debater He will have at his back the leaders who formerly controlled the Republican party in the State of Ohio Ho will have theI support of every Hanna Republican He will have the men experienced in manipulation He will have brains J and money on his side On the sideI of Secretary Taft and the President will be the immense popularity of j Theodore Boosevelt It is hard to a believe at the present time that any 1 combination of forced could prevent President BooseveltJrasn controlling a majority of the voters Ja the State of Ohio were he to present himself I IIasthe wtadjdat of hjajpwrtyV Will t c I he be able to tfellverhU support over j to the oattriida4e whom he favors I- Ia w Ij That will be a more difficult task It may be that the contest now started between the friends and the enemies of the President will be come so bitter before the next lit publican convention that a repetition of the events that characterized both conventions in 1890 may take place The country ib in a peculiar corn tlon politically Partisan spirit has almost disappeared but there l1all arisen in its place a class spirit dlvic ing the voters of both parties whit Is deepseated The only solution that appears plausible at the present time Is a reorganization of parties on lines distinctly different from those that have heretofore existed The Pope had scarcely adjourne the consistory last week before the correspondents get busy again The report that Plus X In order to sat Iffy many requests for the appointment of foreign Cardinals will llOldI another consistory in June when 1l1e will name several nonItalian Car dinals including perhaps an English man and an American Almost al1I kinds of reports may now be looks I for even to the naming of those Wl10I will be elevated to the Cardinalate The whisky blenders and spirits lIs tillers have united to fight the rulingr of the Secretary of Agriculture Iin reference to their products The will not give np without a hard strut glc and even threaten to bring thel case before the United States Su preme Court All over the country the people are satisfied with the new law which they hope will stand as it protects them from the vile stuff that has heretofore been labeled aml sold as whisky The progress of the Catholii Church In Australia is perhaps U1C most striking religious fact in mod ern history There are men living who remember the time when they was not one priest on the Australia continent This success has been largely achieved through the effort of the venerable Archbishop Murplij and Cardinal Moran Goth from tin Isle of saints and scholars Henry Watt rson who arrived in New York last Sunday from Trope 1Iii Inclined to the belief that the or ganized Democracy has no other alternative except to again nominate William Jennings Bryan lIe does not think President Roosevelt would accept a third term nrifl declares Got Hughes of New York is the logical candidate of the Republicans REMOVED TO HOSPITAL Taken suddenly ill last week the condition of Emmet OSulllvan be came so serious that he was removed from his home on Seventh street to Stfl Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for treatment where he is reported im treatment where his improvement was rapid MrOSnlllvanis foreman ait the TurnerDay handle factory and Secretary of Division 4 A O H and has a legion of friends who hope for his speedy recoveryTACKY PARTY President Mehler of the Delmont Club has sent out In paper sacks an original and unique invitation for a tacky party Monday night at the club house Story and Frankfort ave nues They ask their friends to come In jeans and calicoes jimmies and poke bonnets and be prepared to laugh and be laughed at Though dignity and style will be shut out the invitations must be presented at the door j 1M8HOIVS JUBILEE Tn connection jth jjhe twentyfifth anniversary of the consecration of the RIght Rev Bishop Nicholas Gallagher there will be hi three days celebration at Galveston commencing tomorrow with the consecration of the handsome St Marys Cathedral Monday there will be a mass meeting at the Opera House and on Tuesday the celebration will close with Pontifical mass and sermon by the Most Rev Archbishop Blenk EUCHRE AND DANCE The CliftoCrescent Club will entertain with a euchre at Trinity Council club house 718 East Gray street Wednesday afternoon and evening May 8 The afternoon euchre will begin at 230 oclock and the evening euchre at 830 to be followed bya dance1he committee in charge are L F Drown William Miller Elmore Sherman Jn Merrlmee and Joseph Jaldez The proceeds will be donated o charity + BRONZE STATUE A bronze statue of John W Mackay InI miners costume is to be unveiled it Rend next September wheel the ledieat4oH of the Yae1ly School of j Jflne liveR fey him M the UniverMty oif Nevada will take plaeet 69MB9696969 li SOCIETY i i Edward Borntraeger and Miss Lu1a Herpwiirbe united in marriage ncxt Wednesday e Miss Katie McCue will be hostess to the Good Will Social Club next Thursday night Frank L McKernan who has been In Michigan for the past month ar rived home this week I Mrs John Fisher has improvei steadily since returning to her home 412 Twentysixth street Miss Minnie ONeal has returned tf her home at Carrollton after an PI0 joyable visit with friends here Miss Anna Herley of New Alban has gone to Bedford to spend a monthi as the guest of Miss Mary Malone Miss Bessie Antle who has been 11111I with pneumonia at her home oni Duncan street is reported much improved Cot James E Mullin of 1826 Westtt Main street is confined to his home with an attack of inflammator rheumatismF and wife of Ludlow are the guests of Mrs Briner s mother Mrs William Bolger 351 L Third avenue Miss Gertrude Herley of New Albany Is In Indianapolis visiting ber cousins Mrs Thomas Tighe and Mn Charles Jones Mrs Patrick Dunne and children who have been In New Orleans din Ing the winter are here visiting Mn Robert Tucker Mrs Dixon Watkins and MissI Elizabeth Riordan who were here visiting Mr and Mrs Ike Ford haveIi returned to their home at Upton i R1 Emmet OSnllivan nnsbeen re moved home from the Infirmary and1I his physician states that he now onl needs rest and quiet for about twoI weeks Edward B Boyce and bride who were married last week will reside at Twentyseventh and Mark tt streets where they are at home ito their friends The many friends of Will Swjft willI be pained to learn that he lies ser ously ill at Sts Mary and KHzabet 11 Hospital lie is suffering from a 11 attack of typhoid fever girlI1 years was this week called home on account of the illness of her mother who resides on East Market street Will Meaney of 1210 Eighth street who has been ill for the past two months was this week removed fron Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital this home and is said to be doing nicely Frank Kraft mud bride who hay been spending their honeymoon 3111 the East are expected to return t their home in New Albany today Mrs Kraft before her marriage was bits Anna Klstner Mr John C Graves has been con fined to his home with a threatens attack of pneumonia since last Sunday but according to Intcsft report Is resting easily with chances for rapid improvement Roger McGrnlh Secretary of the Board of Works has returned fron Bowling Green where he went with his wife to attend the CallahanNolai wedding The groom Is a cousin of the genial Secretary Miss Cecelia Belle Lavely has beet extensively entertained at Nobles vllle Ind where she Is visiting Mis Eva Henderson Tuesday evenlni she was the guest of honor at a din nerdance at the club house Miss Kittle Hartnett who has been ill of typhoid fever for two months at St Anthonys Hospital 1Is reported convalescent Her mother who Is suffering from rheumatism at the same place Is also Improving T B McCabe was in Chicago tai week and presided at the meetln to arrange for the summer excursio- if the traveling freight agents of th South and Northwest Mr cCabe is the Southern representative of th Illinois Central The condition of President W H Edlnger of the German Insurance lank who has been ill for several weeks is much improved and his many friends will be pleased to know that the attending physicians expect to have him out again next week St Patricks church was the scene of a pretty and largely attended wedding Wednesday when Miss Kath arine Laffey became the bride of Will lam Loyal The ceremony was per formed by Vicar General Cronin after Which the i happy couple were showered with congratulations A very pretty wedding was solemnized Wednesday morning at St Martins church when Miss Mayme Telker became the bride of Martin 3onley Both are popular in the East End and a large number of lends were present to witness the ceremony and extend congratulations The many friends of Mrs W J Jurke 1124 Seventeenth street will regret to know that she Is quite seriously ill having been threatened wtihI meurnonln and now suffering from bronchial troubles Thursday her condition was somewhat improved Tough it zany take two Weeks longer for her complete recovery The Durham Club will repeat their subscription dance of last week at tings Hall about the middle of May Tbe clUb is remarkably popular from 1he success of their pink teas barge parUesnolf matches and informal I altos The Entertainment Commit tee ii composed of D J Gleeton G tfnepp A C An toB and 08 Lush The marriage of Mrs Lucy Wll fl ff 1- i RICHARD D BAKROW Pres W H LARD Qen gr1 GREENWOOD AVE AND RIVERii OPEN TODAYSPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Admission 10 Cents coxsen and Ernest Lesler was sol emnized Tuesday exenlng at the rectory of St Charles church Rev Father Raffo performing the ceremony The attendants were MisJ Vlrgle and Jesse Clemens brother and sister of the bride who Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Austin Il Clemens Mr and Mrs Lesler willl reside at Anchorage and will be alt home after May 1 Mr and Mrs William E Simonls who surprised their friends by being quietly married last week have gone t to housekeeping at 2510 Portland awe nue The bride was the pretty antI accomplished daughter of Mr JoinI Iluber of 33J Twentysixth street ard the grcomi aeon of Mrs Henri etta Slmonls of Portland avenue antl a brother of George F Simonis who is a prominent member of Macklr I Council Thehoppy couple have the best wishes of their many friends and acquaintances Last Tuesday afternoon at St Pat ricks church with the Very Rev Father Cronin officiating Miss Annai May OBrien and James Broderick were united In marriage A large I gathering of friends of the bride and groom was present to witness the ceremony and extend congratula tlons The bride Is a charming young woman and made a very hand some bride being gowned In white and carrying a bouquet of brides roses Mr Broderick Is a rising young railroad man and stands high In the circles in which he moves The attendants were Messrs Frank Broderick and Matthew OBrien After the ceremony a largely attend ed reception was held at the resl dence1 of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Thomas OBrien Wednesday morning the happy couple left on an extended bridal trip and upon their return they will be at home to their friends at the residence of the brides parents Eighteenth and High streets FATHER LYNCH Will Spend Three Months In Rome Germany and Ireland The Rev Edward J Lynchwho has done such excellent work in the Louisville diocese and is at present the be loved pastor of the Holy Xame church at Henderson has left for a long desired and deserved trip t Europe Father Lynch will I three months abroad visiting Rome youthnPopeePlus X and will bring back with him forehis people in Henderson Father Lynch has friends in nil parts of the State who hope for him a safe and pleasant voyage COLE lANTUTTLE A wedding of widespread interest in Catholic circles will be that of Paul J Coleman and Miss Magadajene F Tuttle invitations for which are being issued The ceremony will be solem nized at St Mary Magadelens church on Wednesday afternoon May 3 at 3 oclock with Rev William Gausepohll officiating Miss Tuttle is the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs William li Tuttle and is a young lady of many accom plishments The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs James Coleman and iff one of the most popular young men of the West End For some time he has been holding a responsible posi tion with the Armour Packing Com pany The young couple have a host of friends who predict for them a long and happy married life ENJOYING THEFit VACATION Lieut Tom Fitegibbon Sergeant Tom Brown and Patrolmen J J OConnell Edward Dalton and Frank Paslick faithful members of the local police force are this week enjoy ing their annual vacation All art reported having a good time and much benefited by their ten days rest TIlE DATE SET The date for the laying of the cornerstone of the new St Paul Cathedral has been set ior Sunday I June 2 The edifice will cost iOQO0 0 and when completed will toe one of the fta Cathedrals in America t a u U BUCKINGHAMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Mallnn April 28 Initial Appearance or the Ever Tuneful Drlght and Breezy AVENUE GIRLS The Second Edition of the CarapbellDrev Amusement Company Bright Merry Musical Aggregation LOUISVILLE MAIN sT HOTEL Bel6th7ih Strictly FlrstClm Both Plant Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and receptions ROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors CUSCADENSICE 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 y rO- Furniture 1 c Of all kinds 1 at the lowest prices 4- Go X to WM F MAYER I 419 W MARKET STREET KNIGHTS I OF COLIIBBS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Texas State convention will beheld at El Paso Indiana will install a coujcil nt lawrenceburjr on Sunday May 5 Pennsylvanias total membership is over 14000 of which 4500 are in the insured class Wisconsin now has i total of twentyseven councils vita n mem bership of almost 5000 The three Cincinnati councils have decided upon joint initiation + tine degree to be conferred in the chain ber of each- Spalding Council at Pcoria Ill Ij l heudllIurtertimust modern design There are eightynine councils in Pennsylvania and the coming State Council meeting at Philadelphia will therefore have 178 delegates During the last year five new coun ills will instituted in New Jersey making fortysix that will be represented at the State convention to be held in Jersey city on May 14 Edward P McDevitt Master of the iourth degree for Maryland VII ginia and the District of Columbia will conduct a grand exemplification at Richmond on Decoration day May 30 One of the greatest events that ll1s ever taken place at Lcadvllle Col will be the banquet wits which Leadville Knights will open their new hall on May 8 They expect to serve 800 guests Los Angeles Council has selected Saturday May 4 for the dedication af the Columbus Home the future and permanent quarters of the coun cil RIght Rev Bishop Conaty will be present and deliver an address The members of Ilennenin Council af Minneapolis are rehearsing the musical programme to be rendered in connection with their memorial services in the Immaculate Conception lurch on Decoration day Bishop Correll Council of Cowing i ton will confer the first degree andIshortly blowing Sunday this council will visit St Marys Cathedral in a body md receive holy communion Our prices for Job printing are lll girt Call and get them 1II-I- U Ia I I STEWART DRY GOODS CO IBusiness Ustnbllihfd Sixty Years i T I tf HABERDASHERY Main Floor EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN LIGHT AND MEDIUM WEIGHT UNDERWE0R i 1 w FOR MEN We are agents for The Ringlleim Schlichten Ramie Companys Fiber Underwear We have just ached a new garment to this line which is especially suited to the man who prefers a formfitting garment made in athletic style at Price 175 Garment Manchauffers Medium Weight French Balbriggan Shirts or Drawersi 1 i Price SOc 7Sc and 125 Garment Otis American Silk Shirt or Drawers in three colors a correct spring weight flU PI Price 100 Garment J Fine TwoThread White Lisle Garments thevery sheer i est thing produced in Mens Underwear specially suited for summer wear Price 100 Garment Full line of Athletic Underwear in Nansooks Pongee Silks and fine Balbriggans Price 50c and 100 Garment SPORTING GOODS DEPT Basement TENNIS RACQUETS BALLS ETC AT SPECIAL PRICES Ayres English Tennis Balls Price SOc each Horsmans Club Tennis Balls Price 35c each Horsmans Practice Tennis Balls Price 25ceacha Horsmans Bristol Racquets good quality 100 each Horsmans Eclipse Racquets special 300 each Horsmans Columbia Racquets extra fine 500 each Sale of Tennis Nets best quality prices 125 to 185 each- Complete line of Ropes Pegs and other requisites for outfitting the tennis court at special prices today STEWART DRY GOODS COIN CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY CO NEW YOIUC- TINCOKPOUATbD 1i XeX3CttX X6C8 THE MENS WEAR ESTABLISHMENT Spring Suits Are j Now In Order The weather is right for spring clothes spring styles are snow fresh and new and to get the most value out of your g spring suit you should buy it now You cannot fail to be pleased with a suit selected here 2 Prices 15 U- pSPRING j HATS J All new spring models in Hats We are exclusive 5 headquarters for the COURTLAND the XI I I Best Hat Ever Sold For 3 S iit t FURNISHINGSSpring Styles in Neckwear Hosiery Shirts etc S JOHNSONMORGAN CO INCORPORATED FOURTH AND JEFFERSON MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION J r WALKEA 3 SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN All styles and leathers all sizes and widths Sold direct from maker to wearerwith the middle mans profit all put into the quality Try a pa- irBOSTON SHOE CO Mens Store 534 Fourth Ave Ladles Store 55355 Fourth Ave a JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story AvenuerBOTH PHONES 89tt r c LOUISyILLEKY 7 t t f C tt 1 J I YCNTUCXY IRISH AMTv T AN BYJI kltfWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings I and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street I AWARDED GRAND PRIZE GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION KEN OLA 8- a r KING OF QUALITY SHOE CREAM PRESERVES THE LEATHER THE AHRENS 1WFG COIncorporated I9TI1 AND PORTLAND AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY r rw WWSV Y V TVA I MJ BANKON 1 ties A MJlr P BANNONJR Viu Preis H M WOLTRING Secretary L fl BBANNONI Banm Sewer Pipe Co w Salt Glazed Sewer and C BABDOBS Patent Lidded a for Steam Conduits Wall Ce Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pes Brick Fire Preen Flae Pipe Flue LeninII+ Ire Brick Grate and 8 iler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtnPHONBS73 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 r Ae aa sweALA Gran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 8iK 111111111 1111 1111 III+ 101111111 II 1111 III II 11111111 J E TRACY L H STRADB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShort1111111 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ofefiersonvll1eIndhospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHhR MARY REQINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeHersoDvllIe lad MAAA1J1J PPOLSU DYER DJCIEUEB Lailss and Gents Wilting Appiril WORK BUARANTEED ohaealas 52S Firth Street Old and Rare WhlskUs a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABXTZ COI Pciprktirs 339 FIFTH STREET i i8M air n said to excite a devira for alcoholic stimulanWI 1- 1fi u HIBERNIANS Wbat They Have Been tiffli Wthe Past Week QeneralillIj Wi New Notes A new division was instituted at Exeter A II this week Division 2 will receive nine new members nest Friday night Boston hns just Instituted a divIs- Ion composed entirely of printers The Massacl Iasgtt State Donrdivi l visit each county before the next coi vent ion Division 1 meets next Thursda ntoht Several candldates will bc obligated David Downs was In excellent vole ami his rendition of Irish songs at the social session of Division 2 mad n hit The Ladles Auxiliary meet Wednesday night with business to transact that will interest all thc members President Dorsiy and the Stte ol 1 fleers occupied n box nt the concert of the Irish Chml Society of Srn case last Sunday niifht Massachusetts has a membership of 13700 In the Ladies Auxiliary thc net increase last year being 900 TIle funds on hand amount to 89000 Jersey City Hibernians are ahead busy making arrangements for thei annual picnic find games which take place nt Baldwin Park on July 4 Reports show Middlesex county Mass with a membership of 0241 and 82QOO in the treasury to be the largest of any county in the order State President llogers and his col leagues are making every effort to reach the 50000 mark in Massachu setts and not without prospects of successThey are going some in Lowell Tin Spindle City has five divisions nnd 1400 members who propose doubling their number before the next State conventionThough unable to be present Mich ael Keaney did not forget to sent his congratulations to Division 2 and goes without saying nil were delight ed to hear from him Mayor Michael White and Miss Vasena Hughes led the granu inarch nt the thirtyfith annual concert and ball of Division 1 held In the Cltj Opera House at Concord N H Sixty new members were initiated at the last meeting of the Milwaukee division The team that conferred the degrees will officiate at another bit initiation at Itacine next month County President McCarthy and the degree corps of New Haven Conn initiated 250 candidates last Sunday week This Is said to be the largest class ever Initiated Into the order at one time- Division 1 of St Paul at its last meeting Initiated a large class nnd received many applications President Tlerney and his assistants mire work ing to make this the banner division of the country National Vice President Ilegan nnd State President Kenney are visiting the different counties in Minnesota and have aroused a sentiment that bodes well for the future of Hiber nianlsm in that section Divisions 1 and 0 of Minneapolis re ceived n splendid compliment as a Catholic and patriotic organization from Father Cullen of the Immaculate Conception church when they received holyl comurilon in a bodyDuring the past two years Chicago has just about doubled its membership having added fifteen new divis ions The Insurance feature has proved afficacioiis in bringing in large numbers ana reducing the sus pension list At a conference of the State offi cers held at Des Moines plans were outlined for strengthening the order In Iowa One of the features of the campaign will be an endeavor to bring the weaker divisions up to the aver ige strength of the stronger ones Hev Patrick Turner reports that splendid progress has been achieved in the study of Irish history in time schools of Mobile Ala and asks the Hibernians to have a special meeting ar entertainment at which to award thc prizes to the winners and nil par- tIcipants and their parents and the luxlllary be invited at attend RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remains ot Mrs Mary Leahy wmow of the ate Joseph Leahey were held Sun lay afternoon nt Sr Johns Deceased lad for years been a resident of the East Enu but some time ago moved to Parkland where she resided with icr children The funeral of Mrs Mary C Daley me of the oldest and most highly ateemed members of St Johns con- gregatIon took plate Monday morning with a solemn requiem mass Dc eased was sixtyfive years of age md is survived by three daughters Ire Thomas McGrath 3001 Fourth venue and Misses Margaret and Annie Daley who resided with their pother at 1013 East Walnut street The funeral of Mrs Hattie Haydon wife of John Haydon who died rues lay at her home 842 Sixth street vas held Wednesday morning from thc Cathedral Mrs Haydons death 1VJus due to ltJCQn inedTtcTher ed 10r threed3Ys She vas sixtyfive years of age and a lative of Marion county but had lived In Louisville for more than twenty rears She is survived by two sons Archibald Haydon of Minneapolis finn and Paul Haydon of this city md three daughters Mrs Cora liar ton Miss Haydon and Miss Mamie IaydonNAMED FOR PRIEST The memory of Rev Father OCon tell lath pastor of the Church of- Our Lady of Perpetual Help in luffalo Aviil be perpetuated in the sty which was the scene of hh priestly snlntetratlons At a recent leetliBK the Board of AWeraaen ehanged the name of Saiiduftky street o OConnell ayesae 0- p t 1I I MOUltS8T06 SUNDAYS Q TO 12 DONT YOU WANT good Dental work don tor the least mosey jl Or Dentistry Will Please Yeie We are responsible and do just as weJJ advertise All work guaranteed OR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W liftmen SI Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed fffR M A DRIOI SONS WAGONCarriage MAN fACIURfR8 Repairing and Rubier Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY HUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone 4330 540 W WALN- UTAMUSEMENTS Mrs Dates Defense time strong rargaretAnglinseasons ngo will be seen at the Masonic neater nil of next week and will be the closing bill of the season Time Other Girl which comes lucre with the New York stamp of approval after a run of over IIOO nights at the Empire Theater wiy 1IP seen atthsMary Anderson the first hail of heel week Thomas Boss take tlie part of Kid Oarvey and has made the hit of his career For next week tlie Buckingham announces the initial appearance of time bright and breezy Avenue Girls the second edition of the Campbell Drew Amusement Companys ever tuneful musical aggregation Besides the uptodate olio a hilarious musi cal oddityI introducing the entire company Is promised TIIELMA CLUBS FOURTH The members of this popular social club anticipate giving their friends a most enjoyable night on Tuesday May 7 when their fourth select dance will be held at Xadorffs Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky streets Messrs Frank Xndorff Matt Goetz Take Xndorff and Will Goetz have the affair in charge and will be well pre pared to make everybody happy anti at home in the social ministrations of the evenings enjoyment BACK OX DUTY George Fitzpatrick driver of the water tower who was painfully Injured last Friday while exercising his horses has returned to his post The horse on which Fitzpatrick was riding slipped and fell the unfortun ate rider being caught under the ani mal and sustaining a badly wrenched knee REFUSED The Congregation of the Propa ganda has been requested to give evidence in the case instituted by Bishop Bonacum of LIncoln Neb against Father William Murphy of Seward Xeb but bas refuscd to do so on the general principle that it will not intervene In the civil courts of America or elsewhere in differences between ecclesiastics r CKOKEU AtrtEU TilE DERUV Having demonstrated his ability to lead the Irish turf as a winning owner Richard Croker the onetime Tammany chieftain has concluded to try hl racing luck in England aBfllii HfifeffltefiiiaSx that lit his colt Orby luf has a Derby winner especiallY if as he hopes he is able to get Danny Maher to ride for him lie had the great little Jocky at his place in Ireland to try out Orby and Daiiiiy is enthusiastic over the pros pects of the colt If Lord Derby can be induced to permit Itand as he is Stud to have no likely Derby candidate he may do so Maher is likely to ride the Croker colt In the judgment of experts a combina tion of Maher and Orby will be about as dangerous as anything in this years Derby SUE JUST HAD TO SAY IT He said I had n face like one of Raphaels angels said the blonde with ill eone aled satisfaction Ob Wen the faeea of RapaaVlc angels were all painted you know replied tile Jealous little brunette a IRELAND f i Record olthe Most Important e tSe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Patrick OHnire member of Parliament for North Monnghnn has dc clded to place his resignation in the hands of the Chairman df the IrIsh party fL Mitt i has just renelicltliputluneeT age of 102 years He isin perfect health sup early in the morning and generall works the entire day With deep regret was received new of the death of Brother Lcddy who for over forty years was n member IIf the community of Christian Brothers in Dundalk Galway Xenagh and other places- Sebastian W Xolan brother to Co Xolan formed member of Larlia men one of the principal merchants iIII Connuught lied suddenly while wall ing on his own golf links at Knocl arrn about ten miles from Oalwa He was in company with Very lie Father Lnlly when ho died Decease was about seventy years of age St Josephs church in Boyle willi the scene of nn ntercstlng marriag ceremony when Miss Rose ASharke Chapel street Boyle daughter of tll BaJinameen1 Xerney Manager of the Breeogue C- Ooperative Agricultural and Dairy St eiety County Sligo The officiating clergyman wns the Very Rev Cano n Coyne A pretty marriage took place at St Patricks church ut Castlerea tho contracting parties being Kdwnr Cnhill son of Michael Cuhill Wood lawn County Oalway and Miss Mar EHnnnllly Lobgford Caatlerea The ceremony was performed by Rei Canon llarte The bridesmaid wtUl Miss Mary Hannllly cousin of tho bride and Michael Coyne acted UH best man The town of Elphln County Ros common was the scene of excitlnj encounters between the police and the supporters of the United Iris League Meetings had been cafe for time purpose of putting into effee the leagues resolution calling tlpOl those who held land on the elever months system to surrender it to branches of the league About tore hundred police who are in the din tnet guarding cattle prevented the meetings being held but fierce fight ing ensued In the conflict the crow broke the police ranks und matter became very threatening Recently notices were posted about the town of Athenry telling people to boycott Mrs Ryan of Craughwell for taking a farm that was vncani near that place Some nights befor shots were fired Into the house of a man named Tlerney mind on tin some night stones were thrown Into a house of Mrs Raftery one hltlnjj Mrs Raftery and seriously injuring her Both Tierney and Mrs Raftcrj were friends of Mrs Ryan Sonu nights later ten to twenty shots were fired into time house of Smyths steward ut Colmanstown breaking eighteen panes of glass Smyth some tlme ngo purchased his farm Speaking at n public meeting at Ball moc P J Haydcn Ml snit that before another fortnight the pea pIe would be able to read a debate on n land bill to be produced by thIS Irish party One of time principal pro posals in thIs hill was that all non residential lands shall be at once pur chased by time hill of public money for the purpose o dividing them nmong the people Another proposal was that no bargain shall be entered into by any particular persons for any of these grazing lands and any such bargain that has been made recently of this nature shall be null and void He mid not promise the WH would become law this session but he could tell them if it did not pass this year it would forma the basis of a bill to be brought in by the Government next year which was sure to pass both houses HINTS ON STYLE rraetlcflllty and simplicity mark the style of the tailor suits being worn Batiste is one of the best liked 1111 terlals for underwear and is rlwayJ satisfactoryAlmost of the spring jackets are short The shorter they are the more dressy they become Time simple little flocks are the ones In which the youngster is happiest find which the wise mother provides In generous numbers Tassels and buttons play an Im portant part in this seasons clothes The buttons are most decorative while the tassels give a charming finish Little girls are always attractive when wearing bertha frocks but while this fact is true there are occa irons when something plainer is re quiredYoung girls arc practically wearing the same styles as are fashionablel for ladles only many modified and youthful features art introduced in the formers apparel- Embroidered flouncing and bordered materials of various sorts mire among the features of the incoming season and many are the attractive gowns that are made thereof Long plain skirts are most delight fully graceful outline a good figure 1 tarecutJiQ wIde hat the flare below the hips taKe- away any idea of the oldfashioned ight fitting skirt The small hat Is considered the roper thing to be worn with tile attar suit The plain blocked shapes In fine Ulan Manila and Panama arc exceedingly smart They are soft and rery light in weight and admit of stunning effects Little lownecked jackets have brought into favor the turnover collar These collars are not mannish or stiffly starched but are extremely ominlne in their construction They fit neatly about the throat and are embroidered in the corners with pale lastel toned wash silks The made qrUfiy bow is Worn a great deal with tijem Every year the qehoel children bt S- rnii 1wl llyl- 6BE Ir nl dcVh SURE TO PALL FOR i McKENNA Si- WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS URE f McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IH1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO XNGO IM OI ATJ5Jl Brewersand Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TIOLJDPIi0NI0 I13tyD Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone nalnipi3 193THD WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strebgth and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DHINKHofbran Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVXLLE KY OBDST E i I IFRANKWALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK EO DIERSE SFINE DARK BEEReTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices MANHATTANRESTAURANT COUNTERntalOPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E YENT Proprietor HEERMKN BEOS IMPOarae FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal ere In Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially EEBLQENELj 1 IJ i- Te1tpieae 1948 234 Sixth Strip Sweden pl it 1toiitra lilemf a jj r 3- ar IloweBOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville 1 Ky PlaitterWINES UQWRS CWS VALS SALOONI 1 VL LESTEPI Pr p i U r e 4Lnnok every rtfrees t3tto 1280 octock 1rr a qi nn- t r nK j tt Ia rj P e QNTUOKY IRISH Ail RICAN 1 THE BIG STORE HighGrade Spring Suits for Men 750 10 12 15 20 25 Made up in the very latest Fashion Cuts Highclass in forkmanship and material I THE BIG STORE 424 West Market St IBetween CAN d Fltth U MILTON M MARBLESTONE c4 CO an uI THE AUTOPIANO-A Piano and Piano Player in One Case For 5OO0TH- Eo GREATEST VALUE EVER PUT ON THE MARKET EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY CAN PLAY THE AUTOPIANO WITHOUT PRACTICING HAVE YOU A PIANO STANDING SILENT If so we will take it as part payment on an Autopiano and allow you all it is worth the balance you can arrange to pay in monthly installments if you so desire MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated egseao FOURrH AVENUE N Mulloys Coffees Are the standard of purity never varying In quality always deliriously fresh l Green Teas65c and SOc lb Mixed Teas 45c65c and 75c lb A SPECIAL GRADE COFFEE AT 3 Pounds for 50c NEVER FAILS TO PLEASE MULLOYCOFFEE W adtAJEZHCIST IOg TUB ciias fl RooBrs BOOK TTTT GO TT BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Joffoirson F LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Beat to be toned Ask your Grocer to get it for you CHAS WIGGrlNTONSilt Agent for Loultvllle Also Agsiitforf GLUE VALLEY CREAMERY I I RENT AS WELL AS SELL HOUSES L F BROWN II v1Prll st home hone 88tH ryW 1IN rth THAT 014 Give kind isae i t For many years the Quick Meal has been as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new this year will keep ft- 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 217 MIPJCCT SECOND lIIfihortband TvoewritinellIeSyilel L rrwet Teas and STRISIST PRAYER Street QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES universally acknowledged excellently improvements GEHER SON STRGETNEAR saidas taught at this Institution isa valuable acquisition to any person A stepping stone to success Secures the best employment Eeoedan graduates are always in demaad COMMERCIAL SCHOOL RMIsurraerMrrta5 xt Fj TLtIEALLS CITY i BEERY ljG fi kEu VERYWHERE M I PttiNC7Mt CUMI fMOKE WEST dII n U Q 0 J rCommencesMonday Sale i2 Morning at 830 BACON SON MARKET STREhV tET THIRD AND fOURTH INCORPORATED CommencesI a5 18000 Pieces Turquoise Blue Enamel Ware iBought at 60 Cents on the Dollar will be IOn Sale Monday April 29 We have divided the entire purchase consisting of Sauce Pans Boilers Pitchers Preserving Kettles Pie Pans Wash Dish Pans Pudding Pans Dairy Pans Collanders BasinsIIPans Chambers in lots and these prices IasI to iiI fo- rlOc lOUIOIiIOUOI s Lot No2- Values up to 25c fo- r15c tAAj1OJOt ICYIO QnQ OPENS TODAY Beautiful White City Turned Over to Louisville People The White City has been turned over to the Louisville people and is now open Its beauties and wonders are almost countless and the is the crowning effort of Manager Labb The White City today is aI place teeming with interest and en thelIreperfection and will be found a stellar attraction The Wild West Show of fers a vast amount of interest with the Indians cowboys and other Western people and things in the picture The boats ore on the shootthechutes as are the cars on the roller coaster and sccncic railway and altogether the White City is about the most in teresting and busiest place in all Louisville Herr Granada and Mlle Florodora the high wirewalldng artists arrived Thursday and at once their paraphernalia was put in place for the opening It is said that this is one of the most thrilling midair performances in the world today readyforother performers and equipments will be here and installed In place NEW INDUSTRY Louisville Only Southern City Manufacturing Shoe Polishes Cot Chas W Ratterman Assistant Inspector General of the Uniform Rank K of P so well known in fraternal circles of this city and who rendered such excellent service to the Catholic Knights of America by assisting Gen Belchert to organize and drill Company A is now the Secretary and general manager of the Alircns Manufacturing Company the only shoe pollsh mamifacturlng industry in the South Col Ratterman personally superintends the making of all the various brands of polish and dressing and claims they are supe rior to any on the market The plant is located at the corner of Nineteenth and Portland avenue and contains a very splendidly equipped chemical laboratory in which all kinds of pal ishes can be made The company will soon place upon the market high grade furniture hardwood floor and metal polishes as well as dyes for ladles straw hats and a carpet cleaner ithat has no equal Col Itattermunn invites the public to give his various products a favora ble trial with the assurance that if once used a preference will be given to the manufacturer of a home In dustry that merits the support of Greater Louisville and the South The company was recently incorporated with 15000 capital stock 10000 common and 5000 preferred of which the following has been subscribed and paid up Fred C Ahrens 270 shares Walter S Wessling 270 shares F L Coleman three shares Charles W Patterman ten shares and X B Hatterman forty shares The preferred stock will be issued to local dealers thus creating a coopera the company In which onlyI local capl tal will be interested This is another instance of the enterprise of our citizensCONDITION IMPROVING The many friends and admirers of Rev Paul Alt for many years the head of the Franciscan monastery at Jackson and Green streets will be pleased to know that his condition U much improved and that it Is now believed he will soon be able to leave St Anthonys Hospital Father Paul has been at that Institution for several weeks ill with rheumatism SPONSOR FOR KENTUCKY Col Bennett H Young has appoint ed Miss Marion Mulligan of Lexingr ton a sponsor for the Kentucky division for the reunion of Confect orate Veterans to be held ih Blefc mood In May Miss Mulligan is tie daughter of Judge James II Mulligan ad Js am excepts s+ ably charming girl She IB well known nd It frequent visitor in this city 0- n Lot No 3 Values up to 45c fo- r25c Lot No4- Values up to 6oc for 35c iA lOuQ rvJIlQnQCfQI LA SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr LFinmcinl SecretaryP J Cusic Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month Presldent Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerrOwen Kelran Recording1 Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month northeast corner of Seventeenth RU MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President EMI Cavanaugh Recording rTorris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergennt at arms Thomas Noon rooDIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl- ott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke 111Financialvan 1520 Seventh street TreasurorJoseph LenIhan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVDLLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tinePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice PresidentB Coyle Recording SecrehryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Kinney Marshall M GarrIty Banner BearerJ G Cole Y rIMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenigs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank 0 Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside Sentinel O rge Bartsch OJ + Cutnb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OF 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 compel ten 627633 EIGHTH ST J It t t t H INVITED TO BE TOASTMASTER lion Edward J McDermott of tnia city has received and accepted an invitation from Hon William B Breea State Deputy for ladina and Knights tif Cewimbnsf banquet that y will followtpel teHfuHon of the N wj Albany council ei Sunday MaylSfThei selection sos happy e- pleiiethe ne andiliIXnjghts Intuit section of the eountrtII 1 iCommences I 91 Riceii different SecretuyJohn TreasurerMichael Wayneto Lot No5- Values up to 100 fo- r45c nun HIS PEACEFUL END Jeremiah Desmond Was One of JeffersonvlIIes Old est Citizens Jerry Desmond as his friends used to call him who for more than fifty fak miliar figures in Jeffersonvllle died at his home 121 Clark street in that city Friday morning after an Illness of a few days For some time he had been growing feeble on ac count of his advanced age eighty eight years Finally his entire sys tem gave down and senility cause his death A man of sterling hon esty and of unquestioned veracity Mr Desmond enjoyed the respect oft all who knew him and during hisI long life in Jeffersonvillo it is not believed a ward of disrespect was uttered against him Jeremiah Desmond was born iin Ireland on March 3 1819 and came tito America when ayoung man Nearly sixty years ago he settled tIn Jeffersonvllle and made that city his home for the remainder of his daysI He is survived by a widow I well advanced in years and three sons John Desmond Daniel Des mond and James Desmond nil of whon are unmarried and live at home The funeral services were conducted by Father OConnell at St Augustines church Sunday after noon and a long line of carriages followed the remains to the cemetery SPRING RACING Will Open With Blue Rib bon Event of Western Turf Westy ern Kentucky Derby be decided at historic Churchill Downs next Monday week when the Louisville Jockey Club will Inaugurate its spring meeting The run ning of the event will mark the thirtythird renewal of the Kentucky Derby which was Inaugurated in 1875 and won the first time by Price McGraths Aristides The distance at that time was a mile and a half and the time made be the son of Leamington was 237 Every Der by from that day until 1896 was at a mile and a half It was then reduced to one mile and a quarter The fastest time for the original Derby route was 2342h made by Spokane in his memorable victory over Proctor Knott in 1889 The fastest time for the mile and a quar ter was 206j made by Lieutenant Gibson In 1900 It Is expected by the management of the New Louis yule Jockey Club on account of the high class of the field this year that this record will be equaled if not beaten The roll of the Kentucky Derby winners and their sons and daughters has furnished the Ameri can turf with a majority of its best racers For this reason this one alone it Is the ambition of every turfman to achieve victory in the Kentucky classic The meeting will continue for thirty days and will bring to Louisville the greatest horses In America- EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION The fourth annual meeting of the Catholic Education Society at Mil waukee in July is attracting atten tion throughout tlie country and will bring together the most distinguished body of Catholic educators ever as uembled in the West Among those who will take prominent part in the proceedings are Very Rev Thomas J Shahan mind Judge Robinson of the Catholic University of America lion Michael F GIrten of Illinois Very MarysEmmitaburg S J of Bt Louis Ilev John J Far rell and Rev J It Volz O B Louisville formerly of St Louis Bertrand I APPOINTED ENGINEER Joseph McEvoy who entered the Louisville fire department twenty earssgoand has made an enviable record helD often pommonded for promotedtoNo7 company made vacant by the death of John MeCrory i rJ I tt t J i IjI Nv4NONN t4N i r JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture J i Carpets Rugs i 2 1 nr Stoves Ranges iiLOWEST PRICES I BEST TERMSq Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let 1 us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we can convince you that it is to toouradvantage to purchase here We would qualityfromalwaysbe1 marks 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 more vaned 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 0 the most substantial manner finish and design perfect HH t NN t A OF + +++ oooooXoooo By reason of being out of the high rent district we are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each Ijltt pair el shoes you buy xb 400 Values 300 350 Values 250 i Az Haager Shoe Store i t 307 JEFFERSON hov vJvor r Boston Dental Parlors 2OG VSST lUARKET ST SET TEETH 300 for for 1AGold Crowns 300 Brttg Work 300 Fillings 50c up 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS fr I LARGEST ANDI BESTIN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 43xx3 S4xS4 S S S SH HOTEL HOEMERHENRY Q HOEMER Proprietor 1 v 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATIP- arties 1 who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con uptOdatehotel s FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION FALLS CITY MEAT MARKETp 352 SECOND STREET JF SULLIVAN Manager HSAD QITARTFD R 9 FOR Dressed Poultry and of All in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANC- HES1iOiNJ3 TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Roam I law BMC Center and Green Both phones 2899 WEST Extracting Game Hinds DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forte SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING X- HorsM Called For8 Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND FORCE 913915 SEVENTH ST n HH n U t HfH tnn Hn n nn f4 i Flu Wijfasj OKAKPA6NM 4 4 7tYBi lil 345 West Gr en StraatLIQUORS OSSAKI U It 4 r