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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Ii VOLUME XXNO Z LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS I I CENTENARY Of the Elevation of New York to Episcopal Honors Approaches Three Cardinals Will Be Pres ent During the Cele bratlon St Patricks Cathedral Will Bo Scene of Solemn Splendor DIOCESE GREW VERY RAPIDLY e Hills is indeed a centennial year for tine Caitliolic church Jn America It is mho one hundredth anniversary of time elevation of the See of Baltimore rto the dignity of an archdio cese mid it is likewise the one hun dredth annivflrshry of the crejation of the dioceses of Louisville Boston New York and Philadelphia So far as is known no step has been taken by those in authority to celebrate tho centennial of Louisvilles dignity but in Now York City great events have bees planned Many distinguishe churclnmen both foreign and domestic will attend time celebration which will be Qicld in St Patrick Cathedral on Tucfeday April 28 Not only will Cardinal Gibbons be present p as head of the church in America but Cardinal Logue of Ireland nnd Cardinal Moran of Australia are t coming to America to take part in the solemnities Archbishop Parley expects to have tho grandest church pageant seen in America wdillo the solemn mass of tlihnksgiving is tbelffg celebrated Besides the three Cardinals Ills Grace the Papal Delegate Mgr Falt AchbilOP8Ireland partinthree Cardinals will deliver a brief sormotn Although the main event will bo celebrated on Tuesday tho Solemnities will begin Sunday April 26 with solemn high masses in all tOgo churches in Greater New York Cardinal Logue Primate of Ireland will celebrate the Pontifical mass at St Patrick1 Oatheklrnl In the even ing tho Papal Delegate Mgr Fal conio will officiate at vespers and Cardinal Gibbons will preach the sermon Monday Cardinal Moran will pontificate and Tuesday Cardinal Gibbons will be the celebrant of tIle jubilee moss The remainder ttf the week will bso devoted to receptions at the residence of Arolibiffliop Farley Ito mass meet ings attended by rhea clergy and laaty Street processions and other expectedaevery section of the United States will visit Niflw York during the jubilee week and every Catholic family ups pears to expect to entertain visiting relatives and friends Louisville Boston and New York were each created diocelses April 8 1808 while Philadelphia was not made a see until in the fall of the year Tdio Right Rev Luke Concsin non the first iBisJiop of New York consecrated April 24 1808 while Louisvilles first m hop the saintly Benedict Joseph FInget D D was not consecrated until November 4 1810 moro than two years after the Sec of Uardstmvn which later was transferrfkl to Louisville was erects1 Right Rev Bishop Dr Chevrus the first Bishop of Boston was cons crated November 1 1810 also two nears sad more after time erection of ithe diocese In 1808 when tho first Bishop oi New York was consecrated the dlo clase had 15000 Catholics and now iwiitlhin the same territory there are 3000000 Cathcflics ThIs is the authoritative statement made a few days ago by Archbishop Farley who declares that the Catholic population of Greater New York lips crown faster than that Of the United States Bishop Concanneni the first prelate to rule over tIle New York dioces hWasconsecrated April 24 1808 and died June 10 1810 The Right Rev John Connolly succeeded liim from 1814 to 1825 The third Bishop was the Right Rev Dr Dubois who died in 1842 Thieai crone time Right Rev John Hughes win was consecrated in 1842 and who became Archbishop when New York was raised to arche plscopal dignity in 1850 Archbishop Iiuglues mt1s ono of the celebrated men in tlhe UnIted Status during his career as head of the diocese until his death in 1864 ills Eminence Cardinal John MeClaskev was the second Archbishop of New York and was the first Cardinal accredited to tIll United States He died in 1885 and was succeeded by the Most Rev Michael Augustine Oorrigan vh died in 1002 HLs successor the Most Rev John M Farley is still living and is superintending the preparu tions for the centennial YorkThe archdiocese of New com prises the boroughs of Manhattan the Bronx Richmond tlhe counties of Dutchcss Orange Putnam Rockland Sullivan Ulster Wesltchester and the Dahama Islands and covers a terri tory of moro than 0000 square miles The cornerstone of the present Clllthedrnl as laid drl 1858 but WQ s not opened for service until 1870 It is in this building of v3iidh St Patrick is the patron that the principal solemnities will be hold in April Louisville has not yet attained archepiicopal dignity despite the fact What it iwtas the cradle of the church in t1te West The first see WIllS at Bardatoyvti Nelson county His Lordship Bishop Flaget ruledr from his consecration in 1810 for more than thiilty years and in 1841 the see was removed to Louisville The second Blifliop af Louisville was the Right Rev Martin John SpaJdinpr who was consecrated September 10 1848 and who Inter became Arch blsfliop of Baltimore Bishop LavialJe tints next in order nnd was cease crated in 1805 He llwU only n short tlmo rand vfas succeeded by the Right Rav Dr William George McOIoskey wlho was consecrated fourth Bishop of Louisville May 10 1808 He hasI successfully governed the diocese for nearly forty years The diocese of Louisville embraces a territory of 22714 square mule- sLOOK AIIKE President Roosevelt Extoll ed Gray and Blue In Message The men that wore tIle blue nail those that wore the gray arc alike extolled in President Roosevelts latest message He says I do not for a moment believe that the actions of this Administration have brought on business distress so ar as this is due to local and not worldwide causes and to the actions of any particular individuals it is due to the speculative folly and flagrant dis honesty of a few melt of great wealth who seek to shield themselves from tho effects of their own wrong doing by ascribing its results to the actions of those who have sought to put a stop to the wrongdoing But if it were true that to cut out rotten ness from the body politic meant a momentary check to an unhealthy seeming prosperity I should not for one moment hesitatc to put the knife to time corruption On behalf of nil our people on behalf no less of the honest man who earns each days livelihood by that days sweat of his brow it is necessary to insist upon honesty in business and politics alike In all walks of life fn big things and in little things upon just and fair dealing as between man and man Those who demand this are striving for time right iii the spirit of Abra ham Lincoln when lie said Fondly do we hope fervently do we pray that this mighty scourge may speedily pass away Yet if God wills that it continue until all tho wealth piled by the bondsmen two hundred and fifty years of unrequited toil shall be sunk and until every drop of blood drawn with time sword as was said three thou sand years ago so still it must be said Time judgments of the Lord are altogetherWith with charity for all with firmness in the rlghtas God gives us to see the right let us strive on to finish the work we are in In the work we of this generation are in there is tlmankcbe to the Almighty no danger of bloodshed and no use for the sword but there is grave need of those stern qualities shown alike by the men of the North and the men of the South in the dark days wizen each valiantly bats tled for the light as it was given each to see the light Their spirit should be our spirit us we strive to bring nearer the day when greed and trickery and cunning shall be trampled under feet by those who fight for tho righteousness that ex ulteth a nation GRAND COUNCIL Shows Y M I in Better Condition Than Ever Before louiisville members of the Y M I are well plea soil with the result 3ff thin meeting of the Hoard of Grind Directors of time Grand Council Kentucky jurisdiction held ait Mwekin club house last Sunday afternoon Grand President La Vega Clements of Owensboro hind been invited to attend but vitas unavoidably des tained Frank G Adams of Mack In prtISidcdGrand Director was present except John F Niinan of Winchester Ky Newport1rMias imavol lably absent but sent his brother Robert Kearney tto act in his stead The latter is President of Newport Council and well versed in affairs of time onlelr Grand Secretary Owen Canty of Fmnkfort in behalf of the Auditing Committee submitted n report fliow ing that the Grand Council was in better shape financially than ever before This announcement evoked loud applause In his own behalf as Grand Secretary Mr Canty showed that every council throughout the Jtentucky jurisdiction was in sound condition Supreme Director James T Shelley and Supreme Second Vice President John J Sullivan were press ent at the deliberations of the Grant DirectorsIt that there was a necea sity for a special visit ito Dei Fraine Council at Lebanon of duly ac credited representatives of time Grand Directors It was decided to send Ben J Sand and Robert T Burke time former anti the incumbent Presidents I of Mackln Council to inves tigate Winchester and Lebanon were both placed in nomination us sites for the next Grand Council The board decided Ito moot at Lebano- pnd the dates were set for 0 10 rand 11 Frank G Adams n Mackin Council Edwin C Dawson of New Haven and J Arthur Smith of Lebanon were appointed n com mittee to make time necessary arrangements CHICAGOS GREAT WORK The Catholic Womans League of Chicago is doing a great work i uIofthe llinois metropolis Three da nurseries ore being conducted under the auspices of the league and iin each Of these homes competent day nurses take care of Infants andiI young children willIe the mothers of the youngsters are at work The la dies of the league also superviseI kindergarten cooking and flowingr JenningBryanc s benefit of thia work at an early date x INVESTIGATE Things Arc in Progress That Daily Press Does Not Report Grand Jury Foreman Waits th Answer of Important Letter Bullltt and Barrett are No Having time Easiest Going s GAS DEAL SCENTS SCANDAL ClttD Joyce and how W Marshall Bullltt1 published can last Saturday appears to have found favor with the people It was not because there was any merit in the article except the truth and the fact that the story of the row hall been suppressed in the Louisville dally papers that it was published There was no occasion for suppress- Ing It No guns were drawn no cuss words were used It was not an old Kentucky feud It was merely a fight such ns is indulged in by many boys and often older men when their temperament becomes ex cited It was the suppression of facts that made the incident Many people believe the newspaper report ers see everything and exaggerate everything they see Such Is not the case The editors haVe access to more sources of news than tho re porters and exercise a censorshl more rigid than that of Russia o the contents of the news columns For Instance a Republican admin Istration might control Louisville and all its civic revenues but a Dem ocratic dally paper might see its way clear to secure the city printing by keeping still on matters that the Democratic editor manager or bus- Iness agent as the labor unions print It regard a row among the ad ministration forces The reporter for the Democratic dally Is silenced- If he refuses to stay that way ho Is boycotted by order of the boss This Is also true of the Republican editors when tho Democrats are In power The reporter that knows too much and is not afraid to write it can not maintain a standing in tho Louisville newspaper fraternity These prefatory remarks werejj brought about by the unusual de mand made by the public on the Kentucky Irish American this weekI for copies of last Saturdays paper Now it seems that new life has been aroused in the body politic of Louis ville Nearly every man you meet wants to give the Kentucky Irish American story The dally papers can take care of a great majority of the scraps that fall from the Cit dHall table to be fought over an barked at by the rival Democratic and Republican leaders It hv only the news that is being suppressed or partially suppressed that the ICen tucky Irish American cares to deall within this column Apropos of all this do you remember that the January grand jury of trio Jefferson Circuit Court hinted that there was gambling In Louisville and that It was being protected by some person or persons higher iin authority than the police Do you remember that W Marshall Bullltt Chairman of the Board of Public Safety made a statement to the papers denying that there was anythin- to it Did he not pake statements reflecting on the intelligence If not time integrity wf thWt grand jury HR wanted to know who the police and the others higher in authority were He knows because he got the desire- information from Col Robert M Cunningham foreman of that body Col Cunningham is a prosperous lumber dealer with headquartersI a Louisville skyscraper and was ap pointed Chief of Police by Ma George D Todd some years ago hu failed to connect with his job Col Cunningham has written tho facts bronght out In the Investigation and has addressed them to W Marshal Bullitt He offered the names of the police and those higher in au thority who were alleged to bo responsible for the gambling Up to date Col Cunningham has had no reply to his letter Why Another question Is being general 1ly asked Did Marshall Bullltt fight certain Interests that by some were considered inimical to the citys wel fare until he became the retained attorney of a man with money to burn but who never kits it get near the i fire until the occasion offered Is it not true that Marshall Bullltt threatened to bring those two so and Enos and he mentioned the names bullf ness men gut fighting when he got a retainer from another company that was just a good Mr Bullltt can give the fact to the dally papers and he can give them leave to print and publish them Will he- Now thd Kentucky Irish American is nod fighting itJie Republican party seemnto want rto bo tthe whoM party and apparently wants to bear hYset a precedent In quitting fights for law and order by becoming the paid attorney of the opponents of law an- i i order Is ho the Poo Bah of th present city administration who sticks to the skirts of Mayor Grin stead while the latter is looking but motions to the opposition to come closer to time man that can be insult ed behind his back with both handout s I JI J- J ot n n Many members of the Council and they are all Republtcam- look askance upon the new redistrl I committeesIseeasss cabinet Much tq the surprise of the committee the report was sidetracked for one offered by Alex Barrett the Board of Public Works and 1 I Marshall Bullltt of the Board of Pub lie Safety It was an ordinance ger rymandering the whole city so that- c negro domination would prevail in every ward You have read of time npw annex- tlon ordinance that has passed o board of the General Council By its terms the Jockey Club track becomes part of the city If it becomes- t a law W Marshall Bullltt Chairman of the Board of Public Safety wi hold the whip hand at the ra course Sheriff Scholl will not ha a look inthatdisi If there Is any dlctaltlng1 to be drone The question is will It pass the other board The Republicans are still salary grabbing although you will not Ibe surfeited with stories about It In the dally papers Bills were Introduced In the House of Representatives th- D week to raise the salary of the Pro eating Attorney to 5000 One these bills cuts the salary of the Bailiff of the Police Court to 1200 Bailiff Roberts the incumbent has been for years a recognized labor leader The Republicans want t increase the expense of the police court 3000 n year but the working man gets none of the benefit Did you vote for Grinstead honest now And then there Is that gas bushes- With Is responsible for that The citys stock In thq gas plant Is wort 1000000 The citys last dividend was something lllje 67000 Mayor Grinstead does npt oppose the sale of the citys stock There Is something rotten som where and n scan dal worse than attended the attempted sale of the Louisville Water Com pony wherein thjo Big Seven were concerned is hinted at One can only await developments rIPLANSn I Are Being Made For the Increase of Macklns Membership4 Mnckln Oouncil members are un usually well pleased with the rnPor made by Grand Secretary Owen Cant y of Frankfort to the GrandI Directors last Sunday and on Tues day nlirfit they did not hesitate to give voice to their entJiuBiasm I urns declared the best report ever received from Ur Grand Secretary President Robert T Burke returned from Lebanon and gave an account of his visit tto De Fraine Council mt I wholt had beenaccomplished 1 wtas ideitermined to glee a smokes next Tuesday night mind the Secre tary vlas authorized to notify all the meanlbers Quite a number of entertaining talks were made but all members were limited to fiveminutes speeches and several valuable were anode It was determined ito hold a big initiation March 24 As an inducement ito secure new mem bers it was decided to allow each everdy With this as an incentive it Is be lieved that Muckins next class vibe 1I a largei one RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Lawler Murphy widow of John Murphy died nt the residence of A B Finley Wednesday afternoon The funeral itook plat from Sacred Heart church esterda morning The funeral of diaries Callan who died at Rime Nome of ails son in lnsv William Bobzeln 2500 Amber streett maimgu St Georges church Tuesday morn inp The deceased awns sixty years old and Ciigtoly esteemed Joseph Fallahay well and favorably leidv hamei 1815 Griffiths avenue Monday morning DaalMi resulted front an aggravated attack of grip The de ciiosed was thirtyfour yours old flan1 was prominent in labor union circles His anbther four sisters and two funerat1 took place ImI Wednesday morning Miss Mary Catherine Horn one of JeMersonvilles brightest gIrls die at her hone 701 West Broadway iin that city Saturday afternoon Slu had been ill for almost a year and suffered from n complication of dis eases During her long illness Mirfs Horn was patient Co a wonderful de gree mill her great amiability in her lash days made the parting from liei family and friends all tthe harder Sh is surrtTOd by her parents Mr on1i Mrs Thomas Horn The funeral too place from St Augustines onday morning Mrs Margaret Eiling died at her home 002 East iMadison street early Wednesday morning Death results- from rheumatism which arotacke- t her heart The deceased was born iin Germany sixtynine years ago Hvr husband Henry Eillnig 4s an emI Rangs Company Five r Of those three ore sons Rev Father Bernard Etllng of Michigan Henry Eiling of the firm of Volz b Michael and Frank Elllnp an employe of Bacon Sons Two daughters also platue ing FATHER STAFFORD DIElIORIA- d A memorial in honor of the hate Foithw Stafford melts held at Ohaso Theater Washington D C 1 last Sunday njghlt Vice President Fair banks onu Senator Beveridge were the principal aptvnkersllne memorial mesa well attended and ech epeaker pronounced s eulogtam on the dead orator and priest t a r cTftS TRUTH Dig American Daily NewHpnpcr Gives Facts to tho ofIuhlie Correspondent Quotes Figures IsaneOvertaxed Cattle Driving Outrages Ho lfuchcvoOverdrawn WHITE GLOVES FOR THE Istndther paperofrelgnrofterror stories from Ireland and through irtH corespondent W P McLoughlSn Calls attention of the American people to some of the- o abuses that exist in Ireland at the partIreland from ifclie effects of blatherskite oommts thge write long and torrowing articles on 11tho conditions existing there The idea is to show that the Irish are a shiftless and vicious race Some tinier American correspondents do the same They nil follow n well defined routine They go into the most povertystricken districts they picture the wretchedness of the most hopelejssly poor old peasant men mud women and they photograph with glee some tumbledown old thatched cabin All of this is dishell up later in their papers as typical of Ireland and tile Irish If wretch edness or misery is sought as a subject to regale their readers those correspondents do not have to leave London or Liverpool or Manchester And pictures of want and poverty can be found In time most prosperous of our American cities In eleven of time Assize circuits In Ireland during last November time ret apc pairs WJiiftu gloves innblemntie of ithe fact that no felonious crime was upon time calendar In many of the cir cults one or two cases of simple first sault were to bo tried It was the knowledge that Ireland is the most tlllltIEarl of Dudley in the House of followingttime Jingo clamor for coercion Thtt leaders of the present Liberal Gov enoughhrme The policy of coercion Would mean war to ithfc knife anti in the governingsSolution of trine Irish question is to be found in the prompt consistent remedying of admitted grievances mind such a policy would gain the ads iherifmcu and support of a majority of the people Referring to the same subject t the House of Commons Irish Secre tare hitch refused to put the crimes act into operation He said The Government proposes to eons tinue Its present policy of trying to gain ithe good will of the Irish people The reason for time cattle raiding mid other crimes was dis opinionwcontent in Ireland until the unten anted lands Wave been divided among the people Tho Government iwants compulsory powers to break up the untenanted lands but the landlords are holding out for unreasonably high prices Nearly every visitor tb Ireland views the country from a different angle There are those Who through long years of residence in America return to the Ould Sod with the hope of finding n land in some mess neat as progressive and as contented as they load pictured in their dreams Of course they are disappointed the moment they land on the wharf at Queenstown They find the strange dull quietness of tlfa place and its surroundings a stinging shock Itl wakes them from the pleasant reverie in which they SOt the busy thronging of nappy peo tlpro and the clatternnd bustle of the wheels whoso hum means the crea tion of national Wealth and the em ployment of the brawn and sinew of the island Time disapnoinltiment tis accentuated in Cork where the nu morons pathetic groups of idle nlong the quays tell their story of lack of labor and consequent luck dei stutisII g that While the people of Sweden arc taxed per Qieatl per annum 837 Denmark 812 Norway 8 Switzer land 775 Roumanla 6l Greece taxedIII t the revenue thus raised in tliat dis tressed country no portion is ex pended on the maintenance of an Irish Government cull service con navyThere of cs tlmlatinR the amount of money thatr drifts from Irtfland to the pocket a rof the absentee landlords but iit rdaichea into the millions most of which iq expended in questlonnbln hnoinltis in Paris or on the irouletto layouts of Nice and Monte Carlo So balanceRfJi drains constantly taking away peopleWhat1 it is ito tethrfd such a drain What a plodding delving digging and sturdy race the Irish must ba to toe ablei to meet this situation year after velar century seller centturyl1 Doesnt it impress one more than ever witht the overwhebnlnlg reollzatjon that t t despite wliait the preachers of mod eration may say Ireland is a country worth fighting fo- rLAID LOW Popular Contractor Pays the Penalty of All Flesh 11enrl1tncitylastpassed around that John King the well known contractor and financier land passed Into eternity during the beeninpastbutttieiek and yielded to a complication of ailments lie came to Louisville when a mere youth and arose from the position of conunon laborer N one of eminence in the contracting worldS native of tlr County Gahvay Ireland and was fiftyeight years old He was only nine years old when his parents re mored to America and settled hi nutfambitious youth came to Louisville and iworkci in Hie quarries in time eastern part of this city Industrious mId pains taking lie was soon made n foreman uIrintendent of Mason Hoge R Company o i Frankfort Ills lknowledge urit Iritis energy and general ability foraed hU employers to take him into partner ship He was si member of the com iuttilItorummretiredmeat three years ago During his active management of time big cons superurtended ville S Noshvilta tunnel at Ridge 1opJJ ChicagodtninageMr King sawed his money and ins vested it carefully At the time of his lenth lie was a Director in the Commercial Dank of Louisville and the State National Hank of Frank fort Ho Was nlso interested in ser oral other banks in the State Mr King was always a practical Catlv olic and was affiliated with the St Vincent de Paul Society the Hiber fans and the Catholic Knights of America For a number of yioars he had lived in a handsome home at 1121 West Jefferson street IIis wife and time following children survive him Mrs James Short Miss Margaret anti Miss Evelyn King aura Messrs Thomas A Charles L A KingThe front S morninglimo1GarphwMichnel McCue W F Dandridge Charles Hoge H 15 Hanger IL L Mason tank Cliinn Clint McClarty Edwards OBrien Patrick Walsh A M Almstcdit and Sam P Jonas GRAVE SERMON On Apparition of Lourdes Refutes Present Day Materialists FloylnI Tuesday by devout Catholics from every section of Louisville who des sired to do honor to the BlesseJ Virgin in celebrating the fiftieth UuII nicersary of her apparition at Lourdes to the Blessed Bernadetta Tire ceremonies began at 9 oclock Mith time celebration of n solemn Levlitical muss Rev Father Acker man pastor of St Philips was celebrant of the mass while Rev Father Raffo was deacon und Rev Father Bacihmann subdeacon The music of itihe mas was the plain chan beautifully interpreted ly the chil dren of St Philips parochial school under the direction of Rev Father Cyril Van cur Pitte Rev Father P M J TIockuf tin Cathedral parish preached the ser monoHe was nt his best as In always is wihen recounting the glories of Mary amt in plain but graphic language interpreted time message that our Blessed Mother songhit to convey to the materialists of the nineteenth ami twentieth cans turies After telling the simple story of the life of Bernadetto daughter of the humble French miller and of the subsequent ap jKiniions and time aiiiFiiiiiiiMin flow ui water from time grotto he showed how ithe materialists of that period sought In Query way to show that the girl was a fool and wits des merited He told of the tests made lIlY skeptical scientists who doubted the miraculous cures but who in the oftmiracles was not past Even some Catholics were skeptical at first but in Hie end acknowledged that time grotto of Lourdes was a place of great holiness Benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment followed the muse and all left St Philips feeling better for time honor paid the one who declared to Bernadettei I am the Immaculate Conception TIMELY ADVICE Ills Greco Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee has made n wise sacs gestion in regard to the restriction of immigration He wants every immigrant to coins provided with a certificate of good character from his hood in the old Avbrld The test rot reading and writing Is not enough says the Archbishop Many of time criminal class can rend anti write but steps Should be taken to keep out dime criminal class nnd 1 believe a certificate of good chart safer would meet the requirement LIBRARY FOR SEMINARY The Catholics of Milwaukee are imfparing to erect a library for St Fran cis Seminary to cost 30000 It will be used tor library purposes alone Later a large and handsome gymnasium sill be erected l THOUGHTFUL Was Address Delivered at Cnth olic Federation Thursday Night Attorney Ausln E Walsh Tells Why Catholic Press Exists Extolled Bishop England as tho Founder of Work in America Jt J SENTINEL OF ADVANCEMENT The Federation of Catholic Societies of Jefferson County held its regular IVlbruary meeting tat the Catholic lomuna Club Thursday night+ wider most auspicious trcums- itnnces President Newton G Bogs expressedllisand general driterest shown Mtier time regular routine business was disposal of time Federation was enter tained under the auspices of Mackia 1 Council Y M L and the principal ti feature of time evening was On dross off The Catholic Press adjjAmerica by Attorney Austin WalshIn j opening his remarks Mr IValsltIs- aid there were so many subjects that g came under time head of Catholic P federation that ho had determined l ito limit his discourse to the greatii sentinel of truth that standing in the front rank of Advance thought announces to the church and her host of friends the approach o the enemy Tills great sentinel is noth ing loss than time Catholic press printing played an important part ihthe aHflairs and advancement of the world Tho progress of the press has been the progress of civilization But as in religion there are two classes Catholics and non Catimolies so in journalism timers are ttwo classes journalsThehave seemed Ito take delight in at tacking and villifyiivg1 Ithe CatJioHc church It is this very injustice which has called Into being and has Stimulated time wonderful progress of pressCatholic in tare TnJted States said Mr Walsh was founded by one of the most illustrious of the many Irishmen whose names tulprn the historic pages of the land of adoption the Right Rev John Eng land the first Catholic Bishop of Charleston South Carolina The BishopLntilanwl r The Cutholie Miscellany the first Catholic paper published in the United States The Bishop announced its object as follows Tire simple explanation and temperate main tenlance of the doctrines of the Roman Catholic church in exhibiting which its conductors are led to JIOJJP that many sensible persons will be astonished to find that they have imputed to Catholics doctrines which time Caltholic church has formally con demned and imagined they were contradicting Catholics whein they held Catholic doctrines themselves OlishopEnglandto enlighten the people through hti pen although he neglectfld none of ails active duties as Bishop which carried him over both North amt South Carolina land Georgia He found time church comparatively de fenseless but he soon Tendered It ni dangerous task to her enemies to abase or villify her and many who ventured on this mode otf warfare were glad to reitrealt from the field before the crushing weapons of his logic erudition land eloquence The epeaker proceeded to show how time example of Bishop England was followed by Bishops priests and Itvv men in Boston Now York and Phila delphia Bishop Feniwick Father John Power George Pepper John Boyle OWeilly Patrick Donahue James Jcftfey Roche Jame A MacMasters and Patrick Valentino Hickey all came In for favorable mention In closing his address Jlr Walsh said Time Catholic press is engaged Iin teaching the world the great truth that religion Is not a department of life but is coequal and coextensive with life that it Is interwoven with ovary human action and cveu thought that it is not a form of life hut is dare underlying principle or basis upon which all lifct is founded that only insofar as man wets upon this principle mind builds tice siperHfcrucituro in accordance with tins is life beautiful that only insofar as civil government Is based upon this principle Is It secure ihloit only insofar as science and nrj prillciploman In short the Catholic profl of toay Iitit engaged in teaching world that every action thought every motion of man dlrdot bearing upon religion should be born continued and e pleted in accordance with the gn principles of religion PATRICK BOHANS DEATH Patrick Bohan seventysoy years old died at thQ homo of j son Wlllam J Bohan 218 E Burnett avenue Thursday morn His funeral took place from J Mary Magdalens church yesteii morning He Is survived by n sons William J John Patrick jThomas The last named is G Knight of Louisville Cot Knights of Columbus Mr Ti was a native of Ireland but I the greater part of his life In I vllle I s NJUCKY IRISH AMER AN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN e I Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement or all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated publishers gcsEntered at the Louisville Postofllce a Second Ctass Hitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St OUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1908 KINDLY SUGGESTED The Rev Father J T Roche LLD who it is expected will bo offered the editorial chair of tic arvhdiocnsau paper of Chicago the New World terestiuIiiarticles on Thf Business Side of tin Church These articles are full of good things for clergy and laity alike but in a very recent letter the rev r trend writer says We have never yet been able to organize a Catholic young men8 society similar In gen oral scope to the Y M C A That there is a real need for un organiza don of this kind no one will deity Might the Kentucky Irish American bo pardoned for suggesting that the Ywmg Mens Institute is as broad iin scopVns time Y M C A with the exception that its members must be practical Catholics On the other p bland Catholics may join the Y M C A but are not permitted to I any office It might be well for Catholics generally to investigate the Y M I and see the good work thatt is being done Fther Roch wouldI be more than welcome should he visit Jfackln Council in Louisville and would certainly not regret the visit utter the had seen its club house J amgy1I baths For Catholic young men the- Y M I Is doing a great work WHAT WILL HE DONE Birds of a feather flock together Is an ndoige as oTd as the EnglishI langunge In spirit it is as old asI dote principle that water seeks itsI Smellleve1 iwonder is it then tha Detective Robert Foster attended the negro celebration of Uincoln birthday Wednesday night and paid a big round dollar for the privilege of be ing there He also congratulatedt the negroes on their apparent intelli gence and it is said put in a few licks for Secretary Taft This ought ito make Foster stand high in the opinion of W Marshall llullitt Bv Chic Way this is the same Detective Poster who acts as a smelling com 4teo on Sunday and who was recently deprived of his revolveir by a man wJjousc home he had invaded If a Democratic policeman were to ormJackson birthday cckfbration he c w111tivtovlldbe done to Foster Promoted Per L haps SOMETHING IS AMISS e Ndt for love of Ireland but for purely advertising1 purposes an American dally journal of sensational tendencies and thoroughlyl pro British policies hhs challenged Ire land to produce the photograph o the original of a snore beautiful girl than is protege It is cabled though tho iniEormH tion is by no means authentic that dire Dublin Weekly Times has nccepUrt tho challenge and that hundreds of photographsI are pouring in upon lie editor with every mall It may be surprising tour o IrishAmerican mothers awl grandmothers to know that photo graph galleries ore so profuse in every village town and hamlet in Erin It will be eitill more surprising for them to learn that Irish girl have lost their maidenly modesty and have gone in for d beauty quest There are thousands of beautiful girls in Ireland but they are not now and will never be on dress par ado for the purpose of advertising a newspaper YONTS DUAL ROLE Not satisfied unit the ravages of the Tobacco Trust all the woe the t rnburning and the heartburning it has caused there are some people pfao want to flritiabllsh a Milk Trust in XcentJucky Mouton K Yonts who is the paid attorney of the City of Louisville neglects his business here to go to Frankfort and address the legislature as the hired Attorney and in tthe Interest of the new trust Of course Mr Yonts and Ihis clients lecitvro tIle new trust is a necessity ndlay the bTame on poor old Tuber ksiPt1If Tuberculosis end his anti to pay for all the free advertis they gelt these days they would fch4 bo bankrupt Morton K Yonts bd the other money changers in his panty got a black eye in November Ploy had better beware lest they be frged from tha it mple of Democ Pcy HINTS OP SCANDAL n certain high political circles in eland the itheft of the crown vrels Sometimes call fl St Patricks alga from Dublin Castle continues Lbe a theme of discourse The hi aaa people do not care a erase What became of foentei Why Because they Lil k f theInsignia of British 1 royalty and for that the people of sainted Erin have no use Just now the ropers of the United States are teeming with alleged London cnbl grams to the effect that these crown jewels were worth 300000 and that King Edward is keeping the Dublin scandal hid Some Americans and a few IrlshAmeirticans believe this be cause they do not stOp to consider that a scandal so nearly touching the throne would bn allowed sent by cableThe latest story is that King Ed word VII is keeping down the scandal because its exposure would he HO far resoling as to affect the very throne itself Secretary Illrrc11I has flatly refused to male a public Inquiry into ithe theft of St Pat ricks regalia Nasty dirty uglyI abnormal orgies are hinted at iin Dublin Castle The people of Ire land would rather Differ the Inns 1of the jewels than hear the mash stories detailed In a recent lecture at Holy Rosary church Milwaukee the Rev Dr T L Harrington said The doublet istandard of morals set for our boysI mug girls is chiefly responsible for time social evil of today Dr Har rington is correct but even Catholic mothers and fathers can be found who while guarding the purityoht their daughters wlnk at the moral1 delinquencies of the sons and call1 it sowing wild oats The people of Irish birth and ancestry have nlwny stood for the single standard of morals 1Jany people main have the general welfare of Kentucky at heart are In full sympathy with itliw committee from the House of Representatives Sn the State Legislature which has decided to report favorably a bill to inake the carrying of concealed deadly weapons a fnlony It might be well too to amend time bill tfiue the Governor or acting Governor o Slue State could not remit the penalty imposed upon ithe person convicted of such nn offense The New York Legislature ha before it a bill making It a felony tor any person to give n fictitious flame whrm placed under arrest POt years ninny men and women whirl arrested in time Empire State sought secrecy by giving an assumed and usually an Irish name The sonic bill might be introduced in Kentucky 1 rider should be added to include felony for pugilists who assumed Irish names JUST TO BOTH DoerI Not Mean Great Burden protecttheiris one of the most forcible doctrines latestImessage to Congress Hear him The same broad principle which should apply to the Government should ultimately be made applicable to all private employers Where the nation has power it should intact th laws It is to be observed that an employers liability law does not really mean mulcting employers in sdamages uponUleinsurance against injuries which are sure to occur It requires him either to bear or ito distribute through In readilybewhich if undistributed bears with frightful hardship upon the un fortunate victim of accident In theory if wages were always freely and fairly adjusted they would al againsttheas the rate of interest for money in cludes an allowance for insurance theoryifemploythatreceived because of the risk of in jury to secure accident insurance But as a matter of fact it is not practical to expect that this will he employesAncertain that it will be done in ef feet by the employer and it will ultimately impose no real additional burden upon him ST MICHAELS BAZAR Members of St Michaels congrega gnzllrforrehool hall on Brook street on March 2 and 3 Rev Father OCon nor has materially reduced the debt of the church during Iris pastorate and his people are very anxious to help him in his good work HUSH COPE Pope Pius X is to bo presented lyIrishdope is in the form of a Celtic cross adorned with Irish amethysts The poplin and silk ere the products ot DubUn looms On either side of the foot border of 1hocope are embroidered the Pontifical arms with the Popes own arms up n the eWeld 4 REPRESENTING THREE GENERATIONS I I Twin babies their sister mother and grandmother who are awaiting the retur of Papa Charles L Cate employed by the Government at Panama w1w9 9w i4sliItw 3a 3ewYiw7 I SOCIETY I Mrs Jdhn Riney sprint a few days with her mother Mrs Mary A last week SoI Alton Leake lias returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Edwin CI Dawsou ut Xew llkivcn Miss lllldegarde Dalywho has been sufferIng from n severe case of grip 5s slowly Improving Miss Mollle Collins who has been recuperating at Martlnsvllle Ind will remain there another week Mrs Mike A Wallof Jefferson ville wlio has been seriously ill has improvedl within the last few days James Tyrrell formerly instructor of swimming at the Coliseum pool has sailed for his home ln Belfast Ireland John W Gray anti wife of West Chestnut street have returned from a most vmjoyable visit to friends In Pendletoni county Miss Tosle OVell suffered n dis lMnirdaysand will Ibe unable to leave the house for several days Mrs Robert h iggins Who recently submitted to a vserlolis surgical oper ation at St Josephs Infirmary 1 is rapidly Improving rsW 11 Long guts returned to her home in this city after a pleas nnt visit to her mother Mrs Cyntha Sullivan at Klkton I Miss Attaire Mattingly who has blissfKatheriire Mattingly has returned to her home in Lebanon It is a pleasure to announce that Mrs Paul Villiers and Mrs T ieser recoveredsfrom their noceirt indisposition Mrs Tames Connor who was re cently the guest of Mrs Jasper iragan at JJardBlowu has returned homo much Improved in health Capt Harry Bundschu who was seriously Injured while lighting a fire at the Pilcher orb 1IT factory several months ago is rapidly recovering Miss Josephine McGIll the well known pianist has gone to New York to pursue her musical studies She will remain in limo Dust until Tune Miss as Mayme Dougherty auf Cecilia Harbor who spent a pleasant insthus city have returned to Bardu town Mrs Ed Oowan of Dayton Ohio nrriIfk111Cre Monday to spend several weeks with her mother Mrs Nancy OXeill 520 West Urcckiiivjdgo street Mrs Adele Villler of 3028 High avenue was hostess for her euchre club last Saturday afternoon A ibounteous luncheon followed the game Miss Lena Bosewald of Sixteenth and Walnut has gone to St Louis where she will bo a mmnber of a largo house party for the next two weeks Much to the delight of his many friends Col John F Kellner Presl1 d6nt of iithe Central Consumers Com pany is able to be out utter a serious spell of illness John J Flynn dhewpular Masiter Mechanic of the Louisville Nash vile railroad njow stationed in the South spent Sunday hero with his family on West Broadway George J Ljauitz the popular tailor ds much pleased over the ar rival of a little daughter nt iris home His friends in Mackln Council are busy extending him their congratu lations t JiBss Vlrlginia Murphy entertained her dancing club at her home 3310 High1 avenue last Saturday The bung people of Portland who belong to the club spent a very pleasant evening Friends throughout the city will be pleased to ndto the improved condition of John Lopping1 who was threatened with paeumonla and ill for the past three weeks at his home on Eighth street The first girl dn Michael McDer raotts family arrived nit his home 012 West Oak street last week and was ibaptized ott Louis Bertrands chuTfcfh Sunday afternoon Mike now has a pair and is conltentffl John R T nennessy who has been in the employment of the Western Union Telegraph Company at Mem phis during the t eight monthsawehas returned ito t a more lucra tive position with the mamo company In ttlhis city Mrs James T Swift of Utohtnond Va was mont the outoftown guests vlho avers here to attend the ualHntedIMlly wedding Ion Wednes dory She will rennin with her mother for a Wed before returning to her home Dr llhrry Ooucinunn stalled midI smiled tills weifik every time hI pulled a tooth Ills patients wetv unable to smile with him until they learned thiit n handsome laity boy laid arrived at his home 342 Kiftli Street last Sunday John Goodwin the well known machinist who was seriously injuredII- da an tceident ttt the railroad nhons in South LoulsvIHe several weekst progressing1 slowly towiarilgorecovery at thrt home of his daugh ter Mrs Tom Burke on Twentieth street I r George Philip UeutH1 Sr WJIIl- 1f1V injuredlln a street ear accident last July is reported ws somuwhat improved tills week For a long time he wits iu n serious condition uuJI last week his life was ulnvost despaired of Dr Ueutel lifts been prac tieing medicine in Louisville more than thirty years Prank Weasels the well known dealer in hay unit grain feels severalI iuohes taller since Tueridny when twin baby girls made their nj pear trace at his homo i24 Twentysixth street Mrs Vessels and the babies are doing nicely The little ones will ho LJaJiti1edl at St Anthonys church tomorrow afternoon Quite a number of friinkls of Miss Louise Lepping gave her a linenI shower at her homo 420 TwenMofhI street Thursday niglit The giftsI were numerous and handsome The event was in honor of the approach lug marriage of Miss Lepping toI Charles Edward Yager The nuptialI ritel will be solem n sized February 25 Owing to the recent death of ti father of the prospective groom wedding of Miss Corinne Leveronc mid Ernest Brockman next Wednesday will be an exceedingly quiet one The happy couple will take a wed ding tour of three weeks before bic jfmnlng housekeeping On Ilidr tout they will visit New York Phila delphia and Niagara Palls Mrs Nancy OXeill one of the oldest and most highlyI esteemed I Csvtlrollc women of this city isI critically ill at her homo on Welt lirecklnritlgc street She is the Wit entble mother of James OXeill the well known L and N engineer Misses Mhiigaret Josie Ellen andI Mary OXeill of this city awl Mrs Edward1 Cowan of Dajtiin Ohio Mrs M T Mammon tendered her ihusband a surprise birthday Ijj oclock limner taRt Sunday The din inig room was tastefully decoratedjI for the occasion and the viands were triumphs in the culinary art Afte- supper the hosts anti their guests engaged in a pleasant game of eueiv The guests were Messrs and Mesdames Hen Schirouan Charles Dleruf Mrs Jacob Hubbuch M1s I Carrie Weber and Frank Wesscl Mrs William Stltell of Eigiitcentht and Chestnut streets was tenderedI a surprise curd party liby n number of her friends Tuesday evening Tim guests gathered to congratulate heron her birthday After the cardI game all sat doyn to a tastefulI luncheon Tltoso present were Mr and Mrs William E Strtssel Mr antji Mrs William E Simonis Mra V Ganrtner R Ramp L Gies J Combs E Zlegler II SlmonSs George F Simonis and Miss Louise Combs Prizes were won by Mrs Gantncr GeorgeF mphnnDRment of hatrimony at St Johns Tuesdaymlorrnl1gafter the ceremony the bridal couple will be entertained at breakfast and then depunt for a trip of ten days or two weeks through the South They expect to witness the Mardi GraS festivities at New Orleans be fore returning home Mr Hunld is yardmaster for the L and N at East Louisville The bride is a niece of the Very Rev Father Bax and a sister of L D Bax the well known undertaker Much surprise was caused last Sunday when the banns announcing the forthcoming marriage of Patrick OolenVam and Miss Catherine Thome were published for the first time at St Johns church Both are well known and aro receiving hearty congnaitulations The wedding will be solemnized at St Johns church Very Rev Father flax officiating at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Feb ruary 20 After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Coleman will take a honey- mOOn trip of tree weeks through employedinthe Louisville Nashville Railroad Company at Tenth and Zone streets His bridle ill tJ charming young laly of the East End Miss Helen Butler daughter of Mr and Mrs George J Butler was given a surpriso birthday party last Thursday at her home 1003 Portland avenue It waa her thirteenth anniversary mad the little ones en joyed themselves hugely The guests were Misses Margaret Dolan Rose Kelly Mary Gallagher Loretto Trouth Annetta Small Regina Stcnvart Rose Donahue Mary Lally n Mary Hines Coririno Davis Florence Giltnkrae Lillian Andriott Mildred Robinson Ella Dillon Ellinor Robin son Anna Leo Gassman Rose Ella Keenan Rulbli Jones Evelyn Sccor Mayane OBrien Laura Langan Mary Ellen Maloney Mary and Elizabeth ell Mbrlo Dougherty Edna Butler Ellen May Mary Lordttn and Anna Rose Butler Mary Louise Went zell Alice Wilcoxson Edna Deep Agnes Davis Theresa Rose Butler and Masters John Campbell Allen Milligan D J Paul and Regan OConnor James Dougherty Mark Ryan Dougherty Keenan Thomas Glltnane Leo Adams Patrick Lolly niomaia Steully William Hoban James Porter and Joseph Butler SILVER JUBILEE Trinity Council Preparing For Great Event Next Month Trinity Council Y M I had one of its old time rallies full of bmi 1ness and enthusiasm Monday night Presiderit Tames B Kelly presided and kept things on the hum Every officer was present and the en tHiusiasm displayed indicated that the eounknls prospects were more encouraging than ever before The council decided to ceMiraite dire sil war jubilee of the Young Mens Insti tute at the dub house on East Gray street on the night of March 2 Edword Kelty Emmet Slat tcry Eugene J Co mfy Albert F Mirth aukl Edward Wulf were appointed a committee to arrange the details of time celebration It Is intended hi make the entertnlnmelnt surpass any TrinityAtlumthat quite a number of tickets for the iluchre and dance to be given Thurs day evening February UO bind been disposed of rife said the committee daft that the forthcomIng event would be a social and financial sue cess Henry Beckman wue elected Collector for the council The re mainder of the evening iras spent In the transnction of routine bind ness DEATI WAS SUDDEN Mrs Mannt Donnelly Clancy one of the most popular IrishAmerica ladies in Louisville dropped dead at- I her home 1C31 West Walnut street Sunday morning Skirt had just re turned from mass As she crossed the threshold she screamed and fell utiteonscious Before medical aid ar rived she was dead The Coronet announced that death was due tu total iparnlYfels brought on by uitaemic poisoning The deceased waa agobuther life In Louisville She was time widow of Patrick Clancy Three dIll dean Miss Florence Edward mid John Clancy survive her The fu nertil took place from the Cathedral morningManythe bereaved family Sunday night and Monday to pay their last respects eto dire remains GOT WILLSONS TRAVELS dov A E Willsbn has been a fas trtiveler this week Monday he was in Washington D C and during tht forenoon spent a pleasant hour wit a President Roosevelt Later he calledl upon Justice Hnrlan of the United States Supreme Court his forme law partner in Louisville In firs afternoon Gov Wlllson and Justlc y Harlan paid a visit to the Capitol where both were admitted to tho floors of both the Senate and hafts of Representatives GIn Wilson was intfoduefrt to many of the lead ing Republican Con + ressanen of both Houses That evening1 he was the guest of honor at a dinner tendered nightJusticeihondr Wednesday he went to NIT V York City nvh rc he vvtts the guest of honor and one of the principal memorialrdinner He is expected to benLouisville tomorrow RETURNED FROM FUNERAL 3Mrs Dan Hanger and Mrs John ClnelnnltIlllIrslatho funeral of Mrs Rose Regan which took placefrom the Cathedral there Wednesday Mrs Regan way for fiftecoi years matron of this House of Detention in Cincinnati and was crushed to death In nn elevator lastjannually and was well known tu many Louisville people The deceajed was highly esteemed in Cincinnati WILL TRY IT AGAIN Early in May Mackin Councils opera company will precent the latent ofort from Aulyn Kanston composer of Tho Dreamers which was given with such artistic effect and financial success last spring The committee arranging for the coming production 5s made up as follows Louts J Kieffer Chairman Ben Reed Secretary and Thomas D productionillthan last year FOR WORTHY CAUSE A grand euchre for the benefit of the Building Committee Of the Cath olic Womans Club will be given at the club house Walnut street be tween Third and Fourth next Tues day afternoon and evening The games will be calleiQ promptly at 3 oclock anti 8 oclock and the admis sion will Ibo only twientyfivc cents prizeshaveDINNER TO THE PUPLIC The Catholic woman of Lebanon who are members of the Ladles Aid Society of St Augustines church plantodoingNextCountyCourtMarch and April will serve dinner tote public MAOKEY MAKING GOOD Word received from Washington DO brings the pleasing information that Edward Mackoy private eecre to Congressman 8herl y is mug excellent progress alt the National University and has an ex cellent stafft Iri in the senior class at that institution i r v t STEWART bysGOODS Dullness Years COIfEWYOIlIt STRE SHOES Second Floor FEBRUARY MARKDOWN SALE OF WOMENS AND CHILDRENS SHOES It is decidedly to your interest to take advantage of the very great price reductions which mark the this ing days of our February Markdown Sale of Foot wear Attention is directed to the present markdown prices as follows Lairds and other highgrade makes of 500 550 and 600 BootsSale price 345 Burt and other highgrade makes of 350 400 and 450 BootsSale price 265 CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT Misses Shoes sizes 11J to 2 values up to 350 Sale price 195 Childrens Shoes sizes 8i to 11 i values up to 250 Sale price 8175 Infant Shoes sizes G to S i values up to 2145Infant Shoes sizes 2 to G i values up to 135 85c LACE CURTAINS Fifth Floor UNDERPRICED SPECIALS IN IMPORTED LICE CURTAINS ON SALE THIS WEEK 4 Extraordinary values in Irish Point and Battenbcrg Curtains on sale Friday and Saturday much under the regular price 200 PairIrish Point Curtains white or Arabian color regular 325 value 500 PairSpecial lot Irish Point and Battenberg Curtains 3i yards long full width made on good quality net regular 700 value 750 PairIrish Point Curtains wide borders 31 and 4 yards long 54 to 60 inches wide good quality many designs regular 10 value STEWART DRY c GOODS CO Incorporated 1M CONNECTION WITH 1AMES McCBEESY tIi4 NEW YORK HOPKINS u WHERE THE CROWDS OO Market Street near Second Built for Comfortnad Safety CATERING TO WOMEN AND CHILDREN ESPECIALLY NOW OPENWI- TH Hf SSS PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT Continuous From Noon Until JJJJ P M Come Any Time Stay As Long As You Like A MARVELOUS EXHIBITION OF ANIMATED PHOTOGRAPHY Presented With Wonderful Mechanical Effect XTRAIILLUSTRATED SONGS BY HARRY BROWNE Star Tenor of the Diamond Comedy Four tOcBEST SEATSIOc PIANOSTheI from Prices absolutely the lowesti i You can take advantage of our liberal payment plan if you wish The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated o saao FOURTH AVENUE rr WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGDone With Neatness and Dispatch Call at This Office M1tCAULEYS Monday Night Gadskl In Concert Tuesday and Wednesday Yiddish Company Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee Marie Doro in Morals of Marcus All the new Fall Styles And shapes can be found hero at reasonable i prices OATHOLicrrr GROWING The upper peninsula of Michigan has a population of 300000 and of these not less than 65000 are mem bore of the Catholic church Surely the work of the missionaries of days gone by is hearing fruit A OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Oar Dentistry Will Please Yea i We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Hr JCOUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Old and Rare Whiskies Specialty BLUEG8S EXGHINGEJ LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET 1 w NTUOKY IRISH RlC JEI2iiJ tl BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA j WHISKYI IITIS ALWAYS PURE H KY11118f a u Gran WSmiths Son AL SMITH Proprietors Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I D J DOUGHERTY S J McELWOTT 1 DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT i Funeral Directors anp Embalmers i Phones 2908 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Nlghl t11Both i 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Lain Street 010 J B TRACY L H STRAUS BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carrl STREETShort 15 rHMHI I I I I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasionsw 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers 4 KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office tt 6 W St Catherine Both Mn e CBTHOMPS0 FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALT FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10BO AU orders receive prompt attention aut satisfaction guaranteed HENRY HUNOL DltAI1oCRIN Staple and Fancy Grocerle A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phoae 4330 540 Wt WALNUT HERRMANN BROC IMIOR1ltRS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR9 Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSO BOTTWD IN BOND Telepfcoae 1948 234 SIxik Str I t I delayedbyaffected two hours after they have been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River I Louisville Ky I Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 CARDINALS FUNERAL The funeral of Cardinal Richard Archbishop of Paris took place in that city last Saturday The square in front of Notre Dame Cathedral was packed with people and five minutes after the doors were opened the huge edifice was filled to over flowing All the Cardinals most of tho Archbishops and Bishops of France the clergy of Paris officials of the Congregations representatives of the French nobility and the Ro man Catholic members of the Sen ate and the Chamber of Deputies were present The Duke de Luynes represented the Duke of Orleans IIThe Ambassador of AustriaHungary and the Spanish Ambassador occu pied prominent places in the cathedral Cardinal Lecot Archbishop of Bordeaux officiated at the ceremon- Ies The body was Interred In the tomb of the cathedral At the conclusion of the funeral the crowd out side cheered as the long line of prelates marched out of the cathe dral UNIFORM RANK TO ATTEND Major Gen Michael Helohert Uni form Rank Catholic Knights of America has called both local compa nies of the order to meet at StV Martins school hall Shelby and Gray streets at 0 oclock tomorrow I morning All the members will re port id full uniform and proceed to assist at the dedication of the new Holy Trinity church Kentucky and RqvFatherI Holy Trinity is a devoted friend of the military branch of tho Catholic toIr i 11 Y r i J nIT AT KENTUCKY Capital Is NotSafe Where Reprisals Are Being Taken It would appear that Presklcnt llooscvcit had Kentucky in mind when he referred to reprisals in certain Steles He says The time has come for the strict supervision of these great corporations and the limitation of their stock and bond Issues under sonic proper publiu official It will make tor conservatism and strengthen the companies doing a legitimate bust ness and eliminate let us hope those vhiuh wre merely speculative lu character nnd nryaiiled simply to catch the unsuHpectiiiff or cretin Ions investor Corporations have come in our business world to rev main for nil time Corporate meth1 ods lire the most satisfactory for business purposes in many cases liveryI business or enterprise lion estly incorporated should be protected and the public made to feel confidence in its corporate orgunl1Jl tion Capital invested in corpora lions injUMt be as fret front wrongful attaek as that invested by individuals nod the State should do everything to foster and protect invested cor iporate capital1 and encourage the public in giving to it support trod confidence Nothing will do so much to achieve this desirable resuU ias proper supervision and reusonab control over ritock 11111 bond issues so that overcapitalization will 1hr prevented and the people nutty know when they buy a share of stock or n bonllIt that the name or the State upon it stands as n guaranty that there Iis value behind it IInl reasonable safety in its purchas The not must make it clear that the Intent of the supervision by the Commissioner is noti for the purpose or striking nt corporate organization or Invented corporate capital but rather to recognize and protect existing conditions lint insuro greater safe guards for the future Capital does not go into a State wherei reprisals are taken or vested interests ore injured it comes only where wlw conservative safe treatment is assured and it should be our policy to encourage and secure corporate rights and the best interests of wlock md bond holders committed 1o our legal care SUIUIUSK JUIilljTCE As Col Joseph 1 McGinn describes Itt his friends descended like a wol on the fold upon hls lomioiliarv edf tict 515 West Chestnut street tfrida night of last week and indulged in iil celebration of the silver wedding of- Col and Mrs McGinn Among thov present were Misses Anna Alice anti Florence Shrader Agnes McGinr Anna Presser Gertrude and Mar IcQinn Master George Schroder Tessrs Tames Nabon G Bernard ifcGinn Andrew Connell and Messrs mid Mesdames John J McGIni George B Schrader Henry Presser Carl Hollenbach and Mrs A D Die The presents were numerous and handsome Colj MksGinn is prominent in Hibernian and Catholic Knights of America crcles BlcmtFJ AND SOCIAL Many handsome prizes have been donated for the euchre to be glen under the auspices of the Cllftc Crescent Club at the Delmont Clubhouse 1573 Story avenue on the evening of Thursday February 20 The euchre Is to be given for to worthy and charitable cause All ot- the people in Crescent Hill and Clifton are interested in the event and promise to make it a success They Invite their friends tram all over the eify to come and be entertained on that occasion AWAY FOIL IIKUKKI The Rev Father Patrick Griffin formerly assistant priest at holy tlinity church New Albany but now assignedi to other duties in Indianapolis will leave for Denver next week with a view to recuperate 31i4 health He recently submitted to sin eratiou at Sts Maryanti Eliza beths hospital in this city nnd was scharged as convalescent this week lIe spent several hours in New Albany Wednesday ohhttiug with old parishioners His speedy restoration to good health is the prayer of a5- his friends RESPECT FOR EMPLOYE Timothy Whelan seventy carf- olel died at his home in Canneltou Ind last Sunday and on Tuesday the Indiana Cotton Mills where he hnl- tJcen employed for fifty years closed down and the officers and employes attended the funeral services at St idhaels church Mr Whclaii was n natire of Ireland but spent the greater part of his life in Cannelton He was well read and an excellent conversationalist Ills wife died n- week previous and the shock caused his hasty chemis- eILLUSTRATED LECTURE An illustrated lecture under the auspices of the Knights of St M- Ichael Commandery will be given In- their hall Seventeenth and South gate streets at 8 oclock on the evening of Thursday February 20 Wheat and Flour Is to be the subject and it will be ably handled In- these days when the whole world Is clamoring for pure food it Is the- duty of everyone to know how the staff of life is prepared ENTER RELIGIOUS LIFE Two young men will receive the- habit of the Passionists at Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newberg road lit 330 oclock tomorrow afternoon The young men who were chosen to- enter upon a religious life are Fred- Rlss of Covington Ky and George ispcrman of Philadelphia Rev- Father Wilfred Avery 0 P will- officlnte at the ceremonies and will- preach an appropriate sermon AWARDED DIG CONTRACT Sclileman Boase the well known Louisville hatters have been awarded the contract for quipping the- ponce department with helmets end- capstfor the spring and summer rica- son The contract is a handsome onc- but Schlctraan Basse can deliver the- Rooda just na they can make thB- best prices Tha helmets and cape- are to be delivered May 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryP J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Fordl Vice President Dan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary LJ Macki iVlnnncial SecretaryJ G Hessio Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergcantntlrmsIntrlck Bcglc DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand HenncssyViceFinancial Secretary William J onnelly Recording Secretary Frank P UurleTrC3surcrIIarr Bratty Sentinel Michael McDermott Ser ell n tlltArmStJ ohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEKSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third luc days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KnneyTice Cole TrcnHiircr IJernnrd A Coll Recording SccretaryT OHern Financial Secretary Chas Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney JrSergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y 1111 x MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 330 Twentysixth Street President Itobert T Burke First Vice IresidentFrantic Lana hanSecond Vice President Samui Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E- Walsh Corresponding Secretary Thomas Bachman Financial Secretary Frank l1 AdornsreasurerDal Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy MKKTIXG OK IMPORTANCE The Otntral Committee of th atholie Knights of America wil meet in regular session at St Marys- Ilan Eighth street near Grayson- next Friday night Matters of 1m ot tanee are to ibe discussed and a full attendance of delegates is de- Rilld Several leading members of tho order tire expected to announce plans for increasing interest in tIle order during the forthcoming sum ml as well as for a series of enter numients PREPARES Volt MARTYRDOM There recently arrived in tillrnnutry from t Antwerp Vinceir fa soin a graduate of the Universltj of Louvaln who is soon to be ordained priest and will then go to folokni to devote his life to tin Lepers as did Father Damieii He ulongs to the Order of the Sacred nllIrt nun is only twentyone years old ills father and mother bade him good byn nt Antwerp and gave him their blessing a HINTS ON STYLE Trlcorno hats are coming in again Nattier lilue is becoming one or- illC tfavorito lines For evening wear many litl te- toques are made entirely of gold or- silver lace Many pretty tnilorikl gowns tiro- ntttde of the soft cotton velvet that Is called frantet A pretty stripe is in light blue- Nile green and pearl the latter stripe Ibelng tho widest Springlike slllcs i shimmer Already in the shop windows and oh celts and strikes are both prominent Handsome crepe veils with borde- reges of beautiful hand embroidery now belong in imourning millinery Stripes are ratSier wide and they- will it is Fait be made up so as to- wind diagonally around the figure Neligee sacqucs of knitted wool arc almost unsurpassed for novelty liS- we1111l8 for tflufir delightful warmth Circular skirts seanukl up the middle of itflie front are being turned out by all the great French costumers Petticoats no longer stand out under the new French gowns they must drop as limply nround the feet ns chiffon pinchookssilks and mostly It is in two tones orf the same color The full hut crown has not gone- out and in net or tulle with a wide velvet brim and immense velvet iloscs- for trimming it la piquant One of tie fasiiion straws which shaw which why tttie wind will blow next summer is a fascinating little cretonne jacket fastened on the breast with one large button and whiteIgarmenthavingwalkIng and afternoon suits at 1111- shour In tailor males that are be gln111ng to drift Into the stores under- the title of advance spring models those are in the first favor KEEPS STOVE CLEAN take an old soft cloth dampened with gasoline and rub over stove- after cooking It will remove every- particle of grease and you will be- able to keep your stove in fine chaps iJ j I MAN AND PRESS Corrupt Men and Bought Newspapers Get Theirs No words were inlnccd by Theodore Roosevelt in denouncing methods of corruption by rich men IIml subsidized newspapers Head what he- sti SUnder no circumstances would we countenance attacks upon lawaib ing property or do aught but eon Idinn those who hold up rich men us brilng evil men because of their riches On the contrary our whole effort is ito insist upon conduct and neither wealth nor property nor tiny other class distinction us being the proper standards by which to judge the actions of men Fo the hunt l man of great wraith we have n hearty regard just sis we have II polltlclatpart of the Movement to uphold lion esty must be a movement to Grown on dishonesty We attack only tbc corrupt men of wealth who find In the purchased politician the mot efficient Instrument of corrupt ioni nnd in tine purclinsud newspaper tthe COIIlIptlolIthese iiigents and representatives of the interests Tliey derive their chief power from the great offenders trio stand behind them They are hilt puppets who puree us the strings IIIC pulled It is nut the puppets hilt the strong cunning men ind the mighty forces wrking for evil behind and through till puppets with whom vehare to deal lie seek to control placetorepublic mill in the next place To avoid the vindictive and dreadful radicalism which if left uncontrolle it is certain in the end to arouse Sweeping attacks upon all property upon lilt men of menus wlthmit r ganl to whether the do well or ill would sound the deathknell of the republic and such attacks become inevitable if decent citizens perm those rich men whose lives are coi trupfc and evil to domineer in swoile pride unchecked and unhindered OWl the destinies of this country WI act in no vindictive spirit and we are no inspectors of persons If a labor maul does wrong we oppose it as firmly as we oppose a corporation which does wrong and we stan equally stoutly for the rights of the nan of wealth and for the rights of proteeteorjllllltlCllIthlliticcumuhitcd anti honestly used We seek to stop wronlgdoing and we desire to punish the wrongdoers only so far as Is necessary to achluve this cad BLESSED LIFE CLOSED Full of yours nnd blessed by the knowledge that five of her nine 1 Ing llv children hind entered upon A rev igious lila Mrs Isabelle Spalding seventy years old died at her unto morningSheI vns related by marriage to the flight- Rev John Lancaster Spalding Bishop of Peorla III The deceased nn th wife of W G Spahlinrr n wealth nerchant of llardstown The ehil Iren hnt survive her ore Uev Father Harry Spalding Vice Presi lent of Marquette College Mil undJmuphinlrille Sisters Mary Bernard nnd Rose Spalding3fesaantvs1 and E 1 Smith all of llardstown Tv iinernl services were held at St In ephs church at llardstown Oil Wednesday t XKV CATHOLIC ENTER litISl philnathropicI women has leased a fourstory building at Seventyeighth and Madison expectstogirls in the near future It will bt similar to tine Catholic Woman Cluhor Louisville but on a non elaborate scale The Rev William O Brien Pnrdow pastor of tin Church of the Gesu in New York supervised the meetings of New York women at which the confer rtccn were hell that led to the es iblishmcnt of tho new home The idea is to bring all Christian women Into closer touch with Catholic social ideals JIK CAN COME The New York World says Viscount Powerscourt who has Just resigned his position as Comptroller or- the Lord Lieutenants Household and Is going to America is a splendid soldierlylooking man who stands slxfeetfour He will be twentyeigh next July On his succession to the- title three years ago he retired from- the Irish Guards much to the regret of that gallant corps Let him come He will be treated graciously as long as ho behaves himself A- few Americans who love a Lord as dearly as the English ever did may worship him but he Is not likely to- tip the country over on account of- his physique APPRECIATE CHEAP RATE Besides the members of the Louis rule bowling teams who will go to Cincinnati next week to attend the sunnyLouisvillethe game will take advantage of th- ollCap rate offered by tote Baltimore Ohio Southwestern railroad ot- course the Cincinnati people will ManyLouisvilletournament for the reason ilhutmore handsome prizes are offered this- year than ever before- CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Catholic Federation will hold- Its regularly monthly meeting at- the Catholic Womans Clujj Walnut street between Third and Fourth lursJay night Plans for the new- year are to be discussed and a full attendance is desired One of Louis vines ell known orators will der- liver nn address on a Catholic topic TRINITYS NEXT DANCE givtitseveningFobrunrydances have Proven to be the most popular oin Trinitys hIstory The o lI FRANK FEHRpotWINGCO 1Ijc ivoo Brewers and Bottlers LOTTIRVTT E KV Cumb Phone lain 1913 1913THID WIEDEMANN i BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky 1 DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATEDa TELEPHONE 432 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7E69 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN 333 rna eiTrr WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATfiDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERYiCELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICEfr Cut Blooms Plants j and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitallorpileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply o- MOTHhR MARY REGINi HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeilerionvllle lad club house will bo appropriately decorated foe the occasion As usual a splendid band will be in attendance The committee nrrartging for the dance is made up ns follows V K Esker James IJ Kelly Andrew Kief fer Bernard II Morthorst Henry Beckman Frank Brlgman and Lee Wine ACCEPTS STATUE The Sheridan Statue Commission has approved and accepted the model of the statue of Gen Philip Sheridan whIch la to ornament Sheridan Circle Twentythird street and Massa chusets avenue Washington D C The commission is made up of Secretary Taft Gen Henry C CorbIn and Gen Michael V Sheridan a brother of Gen Philip Sheridan The sculp orls already at work upon the large model so that the complete statue may be ready tor erection early next autumn PRIEST MADE MAJOR Uev Edward II Fitzgerald Chap lain of the Twentysecond Infantry U S A has been promoted from the grade of Captain to that of Major A Chaplain whose service is unusual is entitled under the law to such u promotion Few officers are moro popular with the soldier boys than MaJor Fitzgerald An interesting departure in styles is the change In embroidery New designs are daring soma oif them being taken dlrCQt1Ylom rugs and oven from I O Office hours Home Phone 9 to 4 612- 7DR J fFRANK SULLIVAN DENTIST r 739 FOURTH AVENUE Uive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Loutsyllle Ky Conducted by the Xaurlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Cour 51 Preparatoiy De partment Mrse 8vrimmin P jol oVeU Bquipped ivmndam Term Moderate Bro lames liir- PETER M ANDRWI 88ON8 WAGONN MAN fACnJR R8 Carriage Repairing and Rubfc Jffes- Z05 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HEIBT ftAIJJ1 1PEJLSP U DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone adds 528 Fifth Street VINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop v Hot Lunch every morning from 93O to 1280 oclock dz W R1Q1EI31T liar a SiSCI Y JCIiZIJFI AMItIOAJS I tj- END OF SEASONS SLAUGHTER SALE Mens Fancy Stiff Bosom Shirts Regular 8ge2 and 150 quality 50andJ Mens Suits and Overcoats t 5 75 75 St 1 175 1575 1975I ITHE BIG STORE 4Z4 tllBetween I MILTON M MARBLESTONE COI0 010011 101N1 1110 110011NNN010100111011- 110J PURAK ColakLemon Soda Wild Cherry Phosphate Chocolate Cream NNMININNINNON1N110NN11NNONNIINNNMe i j JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverware etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts t BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West flarket Street DONT FORGET THOSE AWAY FROM HOME SEND THE j KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN To those friends and relatives away from Louis ville with all the news of the people they know 4 and more than you can write in a letter Can be sent to anywhere in the United States or Canada FOR 100 PER YEARFOREIGN COUNTRIES 150 PER YEAH t uuu uuuuuUUhuuu uOQOQOQQO GOOD COFFEEIs a Life Saver during extreme cold weather But the quality must be the bestthe Mulloy kind If youre not a customer now phone at opce a trial order SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45cexcellent MULLOY IROASTERI HmePhon 1313 sa1q vv MAMICEST WTRHSBT vssssxxxxy t M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING 1 Pres Mgr Vice Pres Treas Secretary Kentucky Vtrie Erik Ca INCORPORATED Maanufaoturore oY- ii VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St1Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 r HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYMERCHANT TAILOR 426 West Walnut Street Between 4th and 5th CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING of Ladles and Gentlemens Garments I Take Out the Grease and Put in the Crease fIIRANGESaIn For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new iimprovements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contractbefore the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER 6c SON 217 MARKBT STREET NEAR SECOND Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATEI- N ALL ITS BRANCHES JMONgy ODO LOANCUMi PHONE MAINjl Yr Room 1I law Bldg CCenteiand Green1 I B O S=W 5 Trains to Cincinnati 3 Trains to St Louis UNEQUALED SERVICE LOWEST RATES j City Office Lincoln Building Fourth and Market HIBERNIANSt What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 2 held n well attendedI meeting last night Division 1 will meet next Friday and a full attendance is desired The Jeffersonville division heldI quite an linterftfling meeting Tuesday nightJudge Patrick T Sullivan presl I over u splendid meeting of Division 3 Thursday night Hereafter the County Board willI hold all its sessions at Bertram HallWith its present officers the Ladies Auxiliary expects great results this yearGreat interest centers in the forthcoming visit of National Or ganizer Slattcry Another big batch of application are expected to be presented to Did J ion evening Following the installation of its officers Dlvisoin 10 of Rochester N Y entertained its members with a banquet Interest in the Marching Club IsI growing from day to day and it 1 is expected the aggregate membership will1 reach 30- 0Fourteen new members wer Initiated into the Ladies Auxiliary at Milford N II in connection withI the installation of officers The Ladies Auxiliary will unit with their brother Hibernians in both the spiritual celebration of St Pat rllkoI tiny and the subsequent ban quetDivision 7 of Manchester N II hasI organized a drum corps containing sixteen pieces and attented the fair of their Nashua brethren last weeK This division has now 350 members Mrs Dan Dougherty and her coworkers on the committee arrangingi for the euchre and dance to be given by the Ladies Auxiliary on Wednesday February 19 promise pleasant surprises for all who uttend Pay for your own plate is th slogan for tile banquet to ibe hell at be Louisville Hotel March 17 Kvcry Hibernian is expected to take his wife mother sisters laughter and sweethearts on the same terms Minnesota State officers of the order visited the divisions at Elktou nnd Flandroau South Dakota two weeks ago and were given 4j royal welcome At each reception a priet clergydeliveredbenefits to be received from member ship dii the order The anniversary of St Brlgid the patroness of Ireland was religiously and patriotically celebrated toy the Ladles Auxiliary of Khode Island last Sunday and Monday The celebration begun with solemn vespers and a ser mon by Itev Father Lowney at St Josephs church Pawtucket and was followed by a banquet at the Welling nightAmongorganization were President Moose velt Gov James Higgins Cnrdinnl Gibbons Archbishop OConnell and Bishop Harkins LONG SUFFERER Mrs Margaret E Cruise IsI I Victim of Chronic Bronchitis As quietly as she lived so died Airs Margaret Emma Cruise at the home of her son Clinches J Cruise 315 vast College street Tuesday morning Death resulted from chronic bronchitis from which site had long Keen n sufferer Suffering from that disease during the past ten years she mauls no murmur or complaint Her whole mind seemed bent on accomplishing the will of h SaviourMrs In Englund seventytwo years ago but came f America with her parents when quite a young woman Site was the daugh ter of Richard Cobbln who settled in Philadelphia more than a quarter of a century ego Her parents wen weolWiy and traveled extensively be fore they decided to make America their home Later she married Charles L Cruise who died in 1892 In 1878 after the last epidemic of yellow lever In Memphis the Cruise family removed to Louisville and have since made tills city their home Her son Charles J Cruise editor amid publisher of the Kentucky Elk one sister a nun in Germany and Alfred Cobbln n brother engaged in oldsnthing in Philadelphia survive her It twould be hard to find a better expression for her than to say that she was charity personfleil Every newspaperman in Louisville who knows and appreciates Charley Ooolso can sympathize with him in placefromThursday morning RATIIJSn QUEER RULING Patrolman Join Hopp one of the bravest officers on the police force and a former member of the UflSteil States lifo saving crew was tried 1 tho Ii Police Court on the charge of Elllinjg Jack Britt The evidence vtai to the effect that Britt n negro tles andshootingadvancing on Hopp with a knife when the policeman fired in sclfde Tense The shooting occurred ChrIst nas day and Britt died a day later Although the evidence of selfdefense was conclusive Judge J Wheeler Mc Gee held Hepp to answer to the grand I r Both Phones 230 jury In the sinii of 5000 It has Imp paned that negro toughs would b dismissed for murder in this court but a policeman in the performance of hip duty gets the worst of it Prank McQrath furnished bond for Patrolman Ilcnn- DEDICATION TOMORROW The new Holy Trinity Church o Kentucky street near Dupuy will be formally dedicated at 930 oclock to morrow The Very Rev Father James P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese will officiate at the dedication and will celebrate the high that follows Tho sermon will1 1masspreached by the Rev Father A J Thome pastor of St Vincent do Pauls church The various 1will be blessed In the afternoon at 3 oclock These ceremonies will b followed by a sermon and benedic tlon of time Blessed Sacrament RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Median Shelley willow of Martin Shelley died at her home 3856Gmnd boulevard Tuesday even ing and her funeral took place St Charles church Friday morning Mrs Shelley was eightyone years old and a devout Catholic The sympathy of St Louis liar tends parish goes out to Mrs Mary Kcady of 017 Magnolia avenue whose last son Tames jr Keady died1 l of pneumonia Tuesday evening Thoi deceased was twenty years oldI and on exemplary young maiu Ills funeral Bertrandechurch Thursday morning Andrew OConnell a native of Ire mtet the home of his daughter Mrs John Gillidoly 122 Bullitt street Wedne day afternoon and WinS buried from the Cathedral of the Assumption Friday morning Time deceased was an old resident of Louisville and was esteemed by all river men Death entered the home of MrI and Mrs C W Payne 707 Twenty seventh street last Sunday onornln and robbed them of their beloved son Uobert Lee Payne sixteen years old Tho funeral took place from St Cecilias church Tuesday morning The bereaved parents ihave the sym deeregrief Mrs Mary E Baker the belovej wife of August linker died at tIll family residence 3007 Pflnnz avenue Monday morning The funeral total place from the Churoh of Our Lady Wednesday morning Mrs Baker wasI conuntmityinreared husband there Is widespread sympathy Miss Addle Spanyer fifteen years old succumbed to an acute at tack of gastritis combined with rheumatism at her home 804 Hancock street Monday morning SIll was the daughter of Mr und Mrs Clem Spanyer and was a most lou ble youmg girl Besides lice parents several brothers and sisters mourn plllcefromday morning Mrs Mary IJusscll an old resident of New Albany died at lice home IIn that city Tuesday night as Cite rewilt of a Stroke of paralysis suffered llu Saturday prwious Time deceased vn born in Ireland eightyfour years ague but laid spent the greater part nt her life in New Albany She was th widow of J 1m HussoH an old and respected citizen of the same town nile following children survive her Mrs Mary Council and James Ilus sellofIf Xww Albany and Edward Russell of Chicago Her funeral tom place from Holy Trinity church of which she was n devout member Friday morning Michael Carey n veteran stone cutter died at time home of his niece Miss ItoHa Conroy 523 Twentysixth street Tuesday morning1 The de ceased was born In Ireland sixty two years ago bull had spent the greater part of his life in Louisville Sixteon years ago lie ruins injured while aiding in tIme erection of the Confederate monument on Third street near time School of Reform Since then he had been tin illliraltli although lie recovered sufficiently to resume Ills labors with the MuUloau Monument Company His funeral took place from St Cecilia church Thursday morning Mrs Mary B Shea one of the old cSt and best known members of Holy Trinity church New Albany MondayShesuffered from the grip The dteense1 was sevcntjtwo years old and was the widow of John Shea For many EastllftltdnughteruMissesMrs Anthony Monohan survive her The funeral itook place from Holy Trinity church The deceased was nn aunt of Chief of Detectives Thomas Mnher of the Louisville police department William Clare sixtyfive years old and for half a century a native of Louisville died at his home 1705 Magazine street Friday morning of last week and the requfom mass over Ills remains was celebrated at Sacred Heart Church Monday morn lug Mr Clare was born in Queens county Ireland but had lived In Louisville for more than half a ecu tury For many years he was em played as a machinist in the L and N shopB and was respected by em ployers as well as fellow workmen He was a member of the St Vincent do Paul Society and of Division 1 Anclent Order of Hibernians Mr Clare is survived by the following children Matthew Thomas James Edward Will and Miss Mollle Clare and Mrs Katie Curry and Mrs Nellie Lewis Depot Seventhand River IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges 1DanielI Vaughan has been appointed Jlate Collector for Limerick District Xo 2- OornelliLs OConnell lets been reelected I a director of the C9rk and Muskcrry ICalhvny Charles OConncll a former Fenian 1a1l1 promlncnit In the 07 movement died recently in Cork sl1homas T Scanlon for the lFlt- ell en years clerk at the Klllmallock onepromotion ta ClonmelIMaurice Kavanngh lifts the inwnlmons choice of the people of County Curlaw to represent them in Parliament Ills Lordship IJisliop McIIugli of Derry officiated wt the funeral of paru ICardtnal Loguo officiated at the solemn rcquiam mass over the re mains of Kithor Peter Sloyln parish priest ak Itoincttiy Count 31 Tyrone Mrs McGrwHis millinery store in Youglial was lestr ycd V v fire de spite lUie effort sot time fire brigade mill a regiment of soldiers tto save it wJlOrcprcscnstsigned to fetond for reelection ns a test of the Sinn Peru policy among his constituents James OConnor a prominent mem her of the Gaelic League has been electcd ito succeed Ills fnther the late Arthur OConnor us 11 member of the Cellbridge Hoard of Guardians A bacon factory has been estab lished at Cappoquin and the neighboring farmers are greatly pleased with the now establishment which wits originated by lllchiml Henry Keuno Constable Charles OJlellly of AHheury has been prscntedwith u testimonial by the Ito nl Humane Society for time savIng of the We ot P L llrbderlck who was rescued from drowning at SalMiill last sum mel lute Kstotes Commissioners have offered to provide ta now holding near Oastlrea for Mrs Mary Durkan an evicted tannnt who its at present Hvhig in the United States She has nceepted the offer anti will return Name Hate Collector Patrick Moran and Constable Chunles Gray rescued Mrs Mary littler from being burned to death near Oastlebar Her lionxo collaspcd and she was pinioned be neatlli the debris Then the ruins took fire The night Hev Dr OCallnghnn Bishop of Cork officiated nt toile lon secration of a memorial ltur to the noted Dominican orator Father Thomas Burke The altar is erected in St diarys dhureli Tallaght mill if made of the wdiitei Sicilian and Gal wuy black marble VOICE IS SILENCED Sweet Singer of Ireland Met an Untimely Death The American stage lost tt star and Ireland one of her sweetest sing qis wflien Henis OSiillivnn passed away at u hospital in Columbus Ohio lust Saturday He was operated upon for appendicitis Thursday and gangrene developed almost imme diately The end came shortly after 8 oclock Saturday morning Time remains were sent to New York Sat urday afternoon and were accom panied by the bereaved widow and members of time company of which OSullivan was thin head Six weeks ago Mr Sullivan and his company carte to America from Ire land with his nuts play Peggy Machree It hind mode uhlt In Dublin where they have the most discerning mill critical audiences in the world He chose Chicago as the first city in which to exploit his new drama and from the start met with success He then set out for a tour of the country and was D have ape peared in Louisville at an early date Death overtook him in the zenith 04 successDenis OSullivan was born in Sat Francisco rort two years ago An American l y birth he was Irish in ivery thing else He had not ate tained his majority before he went to Ireland to conduct a farther study of music Irish music was his passion From Ireland lie went to Italy and completed his musical studies permeatedwanted them to be given to the world He wanted Ireland to take her stand ItS a nation in the world musically as in the world politically Several times he returned to the United States once as a member of Francis Wilsons company In The Toreador and again in the title role of Shamus Ollrlen This dime he came to America with PeggyMaehreeportunHy to display lila versatility as an actor and a vocalist Every thing Was in his favor when his career was suddenly cut short by death MONUMENT TO HANDAIiT It is proposed by Georgians to erect in Augusta try popular sub scription a monument to James It Randall author of Maryland My Maryland who died there recently Time form of the monument iwlll de pend largely on the amount of money contributed l1 Gog 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