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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s 9ffm rT KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXNO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS SPRIGHTLY I Session of Central Committee Held at St Marys Hall President McCinii Named Men Ito Look After Special Work Delegates Decide to Stand By Ruling of Supreme Officers T A BIG BENEFIT IS ARRANGED The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held a sprightly and important session at St Marys Mall on Friday night of last week Notwithstanding1 the heavy downpour of rain a fair rep resentation of delegates was present When President Joseph P McGinn rapped for order All but two oUt cers were present and the majority of branches were represented The committees for the nev year named bv President McGinn arc as follow- sEntertainancptWu1lam M Illg gins Charles lull John Schalda Will iam T Meehan diaries Falk Thomas Feely Charles Desse and Capt Gus Kane ManVucirsldpHirarry Vccnemun Eugene McCarthy Oscar Maier John p Kelly John Score end John Kinney RitualWilliam T Meehnn Capt Gus Kane Ben Speaker Bernard Coll and Ben Kruse- EmploymentCol M Reichcrt Gus Kanq John Murphy B A Coll and Jacob Goby A communication from State Pres ident Deiterman announced his ruling that the State convention would be held next year instead of this year This is contrary to the ruliiu of the Supreme President and Supreme Directors The Central Com anittee decided to abide by the decision of the Supreme officers Each different branch yfttl take a questionSeveral said thot illMatured rumofe from Illinois and apparently emanating from a former member were being circulated to the detriment of ttlie order It was determined to make nn attempt to catch up wLUi the peVson and pmt n stop to his silly stories A further discussion of President Pelt eivnnua ruling on the State convention devel oped thq unanimous sentiment among the delegates that the State Presi dent 3iad no right to rule so as to vitiate the law nn it stands Herman II Frenke President of Branch 6 one of the largest in the order attended the meeting of Cen tral Committee as a spectator Hv was called upon for an address und in reply Said he hind spent a pleasant evening Ustenirtg 1o tha various din cussions lIe was glad to learn that the Central Committee was accom pUshing much good Mr Frenke also made a splendid argument for at least tiwo general meetings of the Louisville anembcuis of the order every year He said it would sendto make the mum ers better ac quainted and produce a better feell ing At the some time their friends Oathu1e1nihnveBranchnew member an4 would be a fre theCentralsplelldId particular and ithe order in general Several other delegates made brief addresses on promoting membership and general interest in the Knight reportedprBefore thee meeting adjourned itwas decided to arrange n benefit and the Entertainment Committee Slncntheranged that the benefit will take ronlata1Cbr motion pictures continue through the afternoon Orer1CntJholiofriends performanee ALLVERKPIUIUED r Mackins Mcnrbcrs Had Many Suggestions to Offer throngedTuesdlayi ert Burkq opepad the meeting It seemed that the majority of those present had valuable suggestions to offer and from start to finish the business was quite lively Five appli cations for membership were reo ceivttl This is considered a splendid start in the movement to increase the membership to 600 during the present year The Opera Committee reported1 progress and iwas given arrangementsfprtransmitted invitations to Mackin to attend Its two entertainments that toke place before Lent begins Both invitations were accepted with thanks i The report of the Joint Committee of the three Louisville councils was read ahd MackinVi members voted to cooperate with that body in its work in arranging for the series of moon light excursions lo be given early 5n the summer Tho eight members on the sick list were reported to be finyiroving The Debating Committee reported that it had arranged for a rebate to be helo Sunday tomorrow afternoonSamuel Robertson Introduced reso lutions providing for the organization of a band among the members and the suggestion met with the full approval of time council John Kin delgtntetotheevening quits a nice addition was made toward the fund for a memorial window in St Cecilias new church It was formally announced ithat the next initiation would be held on the evening of Tuesday March 24 Brief addresses were made by William Kertoerg Samuel Robertson Lee Fisher Thomas Henley William M Htglgins R W Galway Charles S Raidy Louis J Kieffer Ben Sand John Kinney and Frank Zucrher Thomas D Clines jhada the lilt of the evening with recitation President Burke stated that he Belt confident that the remaining debt of 3000 on the club house Would be paid and the membership increased to COO before the year closedSIt was determined to put rival teams in ithc field to secure new members and Charles S Raid and R W Galway were named as Cap tains of the opposing sides The contendingfaotions next meeting Each Captain will select his own assistants During the evening cigars lemon are and sandwiches were served thanks to the forethought of Samuel Robertson John Klnney and R W Galway who composed the Enter tainment Committee LEPPINGYAGEIl St Marys Church to Be Scene of a Pretty Wedding St Marys clrurch at Eighth and Grayson streets will be the scene of a pretty 1lIding next Wednesday afternoon when the Very Rev Father Westerman willl unite in JosophineIL1pilliS npssMfariqbride will be the maid of honor ntul Clarence Yager a brother of the groom will Ore the best anan The ushers will be Aloysius Gotthalt and Augustus Lepping The bride will bo attired in white while the maid jf honor will wear a gown of old rose After the ceremony a dinner and reception will be held at the hone of the bride 420 Twentieth street where the newly married couple will make their home The brideelect is quite popular in Catholic circlet and is possessed of u most charming personality The fortunate groom is receiving many congratulations on winning such a charming young woman The many friends of bout wish them n long happy and pros perous voyage on time seas of matri mon SAnTO COUNCIL Owensboro v M Is Are Active In Furnishing- Amusements Charles If Harbour President of Sarto Council Y M Tat Owensboro is keeping timings hustling among his colleagues Lat week Sarto Council ihnd a Pie supper und1 John Her man as auctioneer distinguished himself 1edncsclayof last week tho three degrees were conferred on a class of fourteen candidates ilL work was quite entertaining and a largo cTavrtl was on llllnd mother initiation is expected soon A vigI orous campaign for now members Iis now under Wayt and the officers desire ito so increase the connellsI numbers that it will be entitled to two delegates at the next convention of Kentucky jurisdiction The Ladies Auxiliary to the council gave a Leap year dance Thursday night of last week and during tin Ilenlnga tempting lunch was served No less titan eighty assembled around the banquet board All present enjoyed themselves anti flit entertalnmViit was ono of tho most delightful ever given in Owens oro fWtduesday evening of this week Prof James Kelly gave several readings from Shakespeare ito prepare the members for what they might expect from the Rev Father VaUghan who will lecture under the auspices of the council next 1 wines dayThe club rooms are becoming more councioutdurlng regular amusement can be furnished The new side degree hits been tried and works with splendid effect SMOOTH FOR TRINITY Trinity Council Y M I held an other big rally Monday night al though there was nothing save routine business developed or pro jected Vice President Kieffer occupied the chair in thq absence of- P1lsldeI t James B Kelly who had other matters to attend to After the routine committees had made their respective reports time dance committee from last w ek announced that after all bills were paid a nice balance would be left in the treasury The committee that had the euchic llroifentby the committee that is In chi ge of the dance to be given at the club house next week That affair will close the anteLenten season for Trinity Council LEFT ALT TO SISTEttS Richard Quinns will waafiled for record In the County Oourt last Monday It was Oatedi December 11 1000 morp tlhan u yeas before hh last illness By Its terms he leaver all Ms property tobBdlvlded be tween his sisters I Miss Bridget Quinn of this city and Mrs Mary Ford of Peterwell PiistoffJce County Galway Ireland j T L BOLD STAND Cardinal Gibbous Declares That Prohibition Is olNo Avail jjIn Cities Proclaims High License fill Do More to Promote Temperance Men Can Not Be Legislated Into Performing Good Work ALL SHOULD UPHOLD TEMPERANCE His Eminence Cardinal Tames Glb bons gave an nuthorative interview to the Baltimore dally papers last Tuesday This dignified churchman prohibition temperanceThisLocal option should under no cir cumstances apply to this city I regret to be compelled to return to the subject but as a citizen and as- a churchman who loves his native city I am profoundly impressed with the sense of its temporal and moral welfareLiquor would be sold here quite as abundantly under prohibition laws as under well regulated license The couscquenceis will be that liquor will be dispensed contrary o law instead of being sold in accord with law Then too the city will be deprived of a large revenue which is so much needed for the government of this community When a law is flagrantly and habitually violated it brings legis lation into contempt lit creates a spirit of deception ankh hypocrisy and compels men to do insidiously and by stealth what they would oth erwise do openly and above board All good nremMgood citiens arc in favor of the virtue of temperance and I regret to see that the moral side of the question has not been sufficiently considered You wan trot legislate men by civil action into the performance of good and righteous deeds If we are to improve the morality of our city and make our citizens more temperate let the virtue of finperance be proclaimed in thel churches Above all let it be enforced In the family that parents both hy nwnV and example may Inculcate in their children the temporal and spiritual blessings which spring from n life of temperance and sobriety anxl let them impress upon their children the terrible com equencs of drunkennessWe profitably learn n les son from time old cities of Europe which for 2000 years have been agitating this question There is not n single city in Great Britain Ire land or on the Continent which attempts to prohibit by law the sale of liquor They have learned from a long experience that the best method of regulating this article of comimerco is to impose licenses Ii maintain good order for tho protee tion of the citizens and to ipunish the violators of law I therefore maintain that high license is the only solution of JIlt problem The infliction of flues upon the violators of time law for the first offense and the witlidrawil of the license or even imprisonment ifor subsequent infractions would be proper punishment RESTS IN PACE Sister Sabina Barry Passed Away After Useful Life Sister Sabina iBarry one of the oldest and most useful members of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth died nt the mother house ofIthllt community in Nelson county early Friday morning of lust week Her remains were interred in tIle commu nity cemetery Saturday after a high mass of requiem had been celebrated by time Rev Father Davis Sister Soblna celebrated tier sixtyninth bintluhiy on December 21 of lust year The deceased nun entered the corn munity more Ethan fortyeight years ago and was nt all times one of its most useful and energetic members Her whole life was dedicated to works of clmirityand benevolence Thousand4 o patrons and pupils of Nazareth will read of her death with regret It was to Sister Sabina that most of the girls educated at Naz areth went with their troubles and sor owslShe consoled them as tenderly as a mother and sent them away Jftappier because they hud fouml some now phase of her char actey to admire The deceased was time oldest child of the late Dr and Mrs J J Barry oy New Haven Ky Her father was Ji author as well as a physician Oiu fof his frocks Christian Embry ology Is by the Redemptorlst Fathers as a text book lIe nisi compiled a life of Christopher Colum bus and was a frequent contributor to magazines Sister Sabina is suivlved by two sisters Mesdames Julia Barry Healy and E C Hagan and two brothers Joseph G Barry agent for the Louis rule Nashville Railroad Company and John J Barry editor of the New Haven EcHo The Kentucky Irish American extends its sympathy to Brother Barry and his sisters and brother NO SORE SLOTS The Louisville bowlers wino took part in the great American howling tournament at Cincinnati lId not come up to their awn expectations 1 Each and all did their best and if they failed to win prizes they have no excuses to offer All ore confident that they can do better and will do better but there are no sore spots over time failure to land laurels in the big tournament Cincinnati people treated Louisville bowlersl royally TIle town and all In it was theirs for the asking but the local sportsmen did not abuse the hos pitality of their hosts All the bowlers brought home steins and other articles in the shape of souvenirs of the big bowling congress They will do better next time RECENT HEATHS rThe funeral of Mrs Caroline Kennedy who died nit her home 610 East Green street Saturday night took place from St Bonifaces church Monday morning She was iixty eight years old and was the widow of Michael Kennedy formerlyMissidence 1622 Twelfth street Thursday morning She iis isurvived by her husband Thomas Cimning4iam The funeral took place from St Williams church this morning Mrs Mnngaret McCoy widow of Michael McCoy died ot her home 1807 Tyler avenue Thursday morn ing Tho deceased was born In Ire land eighty years ago but had spent more than an ordinary lifetime in Louisville Her funeral took place from St Patricks church this morn ing Mrs Hnnorah OConnell an ng d and respected lady died at Sts Mary and Eliabetli Hosjrital Saturday anorninlg and was Jmried from the residence Of leer niece Mrs Tim Stone 1230 Seventh street Tuesday morning Solemn requiem services over tho remains were conducted at St Louis Bertramls1 church Miss tuna Belle Watson twenty eight years of age died nt her home 1017 Portland avenue early Wednes day morning after a lingering illness The deceased was the daughter of the late Joint 11 Watson mind of Mrs Julia Watson Rafferty nee Foley Miss Watson was well mind favorably known in the West End Her funeral took place from St Patricks churci yesterday morning The funeral of Mrs Julia Vogt wlho lied Saturday took place front the homo of her sister Mrs Katie Miller 2134 Columbia street anti from St Chanleis Borromeo church Tuesday morning The deceased was thirtythree years old Her husband parentsfirher She was Edith in high esteem by a large circle of acquaintances Mrs Catherine Hoare died at the home of her sonlnlaw Lawrence Smith 20ii Fifth street Saturday morning Tim dccoAftcd was born ill Ireland eightysix years ago and was time IhMof James Hoare Death resulted from pneumonia The funeral took place from St Louis morningfnsunarm years and was highly re spected Thomas Kearns for many years bluff of tin Clark County Circuit Court died at his home on Franklin square Jeffersonville Sunday morn Ing Old age was responsible for lids death The deceased was born in Ireland eightytwo years ago Over fifty years of his life was spent In Clark County Indiana lie is survived by one daughter Mrs Ellen Bannon with whom lie mado his home Ills funeral took place from St Augustines church Wednesdaj morning The citizens of Floyd county Intli mina nre greatly distressed over tine deathof Bcnjnuniu Joiisount who died nt his home ini that county last Saturday night He lihcl been ill a long time and suffered from uracmic poisoning Time deceased was born agolimitlparents when he was onfiCLnyears A widow and HIchlhhCI placlfomI he was a devout member Tuesday morning The funeral of John Rubric nn old and respected citizen of the West End took place from St Anthonys church Twentythird mud Market ritreets Monday morning Time de atStmorning and died twelve hours later Germanysixtysee LouisvilleDuringhad beejn in the employ of E Klauber Son and was well liked by his employers and fellowemployes Goy WILlSON HOME for A E Willson and his charm inWashington following toorankfortthere continuously until the present GOWillson Meat Roosevelt while in Washington but he has not divulged the nature visittoofhonorbnnfluetJrlvenYork Republican Club He speaks in ofGovFIRST OF SERIES The first of the series of canoni zations to bo held this year will be Megclalen of the Sisters of Mercy in France orderAsplace in time Vatican palace in tin magnificent hall olbpve the entrance to the basilica of St Peter The exact date has not been fixed t f a IMMENSE Is Task Begun By the Followers of the Great and Good St Benedict Revision of Vulgate will Occupy An Extraordinary Life time Collating nnd Comparing Early Copies Is Not An Easy Task IS PURELY A LABOR OF LOVE His Holiness Pope Pius X leas StBenedicttmVulgatait churchbythat the doctrines of the church are to be revised or change but that ofStpared and ibrought to a single wrlthllPeithermany Stories contained in the Old Testament were handed down by wrlttAilinThe ancient doctors of the church timeOhltwo together constitute what is known as the Bible In those early days in fact for centuries afterward there were no pressesAllpen and ink The copying was a labor of love on the part of the monks of the various monasteries Strive as they would various errors crept in Tlie prascnt Pope desires the Benedictines to go over study minutely and compare these various copies that are scattered all over veryutmost1 the most correct copies are to bq found in Ireland Other copies made by the Irish monks as far back us tile days of St Patrick were taken from Ireland by the Norman invaders and now rest in England where they are held out as Saxon copies of tit Vulgate Abbot Gnsquel present head of th Benedictines to whom this work huts bybirthnnd time Irish people can mst assured that time ifiirly saints much monks of Erin will get full lItlilt from hii for the part they lime played in making copies of the text as prepared by St Jerome Dniu Gasquct is now slxt two yews old and admits that he can do little more in his life than organize bin forces for the great worksct before his followers He estimates that theI work will take from twentyfive to forty years While it will be purely a labor of love on the part of the Benedictines theirt Itraveling expens and other incidentals will have to be paid Tins will necessitate an outlay of not less than 1000 a your The headquarter of the work will be in time College of St Anselni on the Aventine Rome Doin Gnsqurt said in response to rllltIhof a n cent interviewer My life will be entirelyI given Ito the tusk and T shall spend many months of the year in Route although I hopii eventually to hav three other chief centers in Ilirls London anti Madrid Here in thin college the Pope has kindly allowed mi to have any manuscripts hiw ever valuable that II weed from the 1 atienn library and time assistance that it is to work iii ores own study with manuscripts anti papers spread around one on nil sides is quite in calculable But what I should like people to realize is the Immensity of the task that we have undertaken No results will be obtained in n hurry Wftat we have to do is to gather together and collate all the known and unknown copies of St Jeromes great translation of the sacred writ ings up to those of the eleventh century They divide themselvcx into great families each with its special variations peculiarities and mistakes that resemble each other The great Gallicana version is that which Is now universally adopted in the Roman Catholicchurch with the one exception of St Peters in Rome where the canons use the Romnna version I hope eventually to make a list of nil the known versions but for our own purpose about fifty of the best and most correct copies will be used for guidance and comparison BENEFIT For Central Commlttlcc to Take Place at Mopklns Theater Quite a business stroke was made for the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America when its subcommittee on entertainment made arrangements for a benefit at Hopkins Theater Moriday March 2 Time Central Committee is as it were n clearing house for all the branches of the Catholic Knights in Louisville Jeffersonvllle end New Albany Since its organization a few years ago it lias done yeoman work for the order Delegates from time various branches meet and compare nates projecttrlans for increasing membership relief to such branches as Ire in trouble of any kind It takes the lead in promoting general meetings and otherwise ac quainting the public with time aims 1 I KnightsJustare preparing to arrange a suitable reception for the delegates to the State iconvcntion that is to be held requirethemoney and of course the Central Committee wants to do its part in the entertaining William M Hlg gins Charles lull and Capt Gus Kane who constitute the subcommit tee on entertainment have made ar rangements with E W Dustin the present manager of Hopkins Thea ter for a benefit to be held there Monday March 2 The Crawford Film Company that has leased the theater through Mr Dustin has accorded the Oemtral Committee every courtesy and has assured theta that a special programme of motion pictures will lie presented on the occasion of the benefit Time theater will open at noon and a contlnous performance will be given until 11 oclock nt night so that every Catholic man woman an1 child in the three Falls Cities will have an opportunity to attend It IK expected that the house will be filled at least six times on this ocacsion Next week the Kentucky Irish Ameri can expects to be able to give its programmeLastheld n special session approved th arrangements made and distributed tickets for time benefit to the dele gates from the various branches WHAT PAUL SAYS Burlingame Tells Chicago inlstrers About Sun day Closing Sometimes one has to read outof town papers to get the real news Then after you read it all It is not all really true For instance the Chicago Tribune last Sunday in handling an article in reference io Chicago ministers and time Sunday closing movement gave us this bit of Information A letter from Paul Biirliiigiune Secretary to Mayor Grinstead of Louisville pleased Mr Farwcll and time ministers immensely It is as follows I wish to say that the closing of thin saloons on Sunday in Louisville has resulted in a marked decrease in the number of eases on the Police Count lockets Mondays It Is especially notable that time number of drunken brawls which resulted from the open saloons on Sunday Juts largely decreased There is no way in which I am able to arrive at anything like exact figures but the effect tins Beet Widely voted There is apparently no effect upon the gen ortil business of the city save that the hotels complain of the loss of business which they enjoyed when their bars were open Sunday Tin Sunday closing has met with gcneril favor and it would be next to impos sible at this time to induce the people to go back to time old way One can take the Police Court dockets oil Mondays sitwlltilt Sunday closing movement went limbo effort and van find that thev are just ns heavy as before It is a positive fuelt that if the Sunday closing law was put to a vote of the Louisville people ig1it now that it would be repealed llhis ought to be known to Mr JTimrlingnnme IHEINOUS CKDIE Charged Against Detective Poster In Affidavit Re cently Filed Charges of an awful nature were preferred against Detective Robert Foster on Thursday mind ii ffiduvlts to support the charges have hein lodged with the Boned of Public Safety Those Iogniwint of the facts say that Foster will liave a hard time clearing his skirts and in proving his innocence of the heinous offense charged The Kentucky Irish American has been aware for tonne dime that master has an unwivorv record both at home and abroad It wilt all come out in the wash too and tin official records will make very interesting reading It linn bitMi a source of wonder to many persons even to Republicans that a creature like Foster round a berth in the detectives office Certainly he is there over thy protests of Chief of Police Hanger and Capt Tom Maher This is the nmo Foster who attended the negro celebration of Lincoliiis blnthday and wno nvhile there exploited the great ness of Secretary Taft Things have attained such a state that it will hardly to possible for the Board of Public Safety to retain Poster in its employ in any capacity Records both National and State are open to time public and the Kentucky Irish American proposes to reproduce as much of ithem as common decency will allow RETURN THANKS The euchre given at the Catholic Womaaa Club Tuesday afternoon and evenlpg under the auspices of the Building Committee was a great success TIle ladies interested desir to return thanks to all those wno helped make the venture such a bene ficial one and are especially thank ful to the members of Branch D Catholic Knights anti Ladles of Arne lea who so gracefully surrendered its right to time hull Tuesday evening KNIGHTS AND LADIES A most enjoyable evening Is prom ised the friends of Branch 10 C K and L of A on Friday February 28 when the members viii1 entertain with a euchre and reception at Schaefers Hall on Twenty seventh street between Portland end High avenue The funds thus obtained are to be applied to the payment of assess ments of those out of employment and In straitened circumstances That object is A laudable one and with the odmission only fifteen cents the hall should be filled t- I POSTPONED j But Home Rule Still Within Sight Says the Irish Lender People of Ireland Sot Sntis llccl With lrcscntllcnsures Irish Must Make Their Own Laws Before Content Is Itcnched WHAT JOHN E REDMOND SAYS ortheachievinghome s during time present session of Parlia Ihopesto inthethe university bill Mr Redmond says the Irish people will never be thenownwith the correspondent of a New York youthinkand the university bill will bring IrelandNo wPlbringuntiltheownlawsadminister systemopinionTheyouthinke a strong ancnsurc at this session ofLordsThereismaybelandreform populated ranches and hasten the creation of a peasant proprietary recognizing in practical form the principle that the land of Ireland ofIrelandButtimeandthethotenantslegalchicaneryandcan foretell what may happen in time future Is Ireland in a seriously disturbed condition avow as we read in thenewspapers countrymoreany country in Europe For ono serf ous crime committed in Ireland 4Ji 1 are ten committed in England IoY the Papersmanufacturepurposes of inflaming time public IrelandThingltchangetollowshhllKhllliiigs mind three pcneei Time Irish man murders to assert anti enfore a Ithnt pensant hialustothounotlltrmanswhich so many falsehoods are told itTIterecase which injury was done to any beastTime ipeople drive the cattle as iv protest against the conduct of those ti1ldrhingdrivingtime isJmhstnricnl aboutiteighteenth century He staid Thsgentry fro continually driving away Ulrowillg Jam1111tothemneitherb11FlhmeSH Itisjmruofthatthisprocess stopped by legislative action and convertedirrtagrazing lelIhollespltt111e CharlesStewatitwere united on time question of home rule The now land act and the university bills will not be sufficient becomeCJulescent DANCE AND EUOJFKE Given By the Ladles Aux Ilary Was Decided Success From every standpoint the euchre pntl dance given by the Ladies Aux mary of the Ancient Order of Hiber Serenteentluand evening short business MartSheridan ofNewITheptdeter uttemldibetgame the floor was clearedOf tables dmcBt1latseveralhouTI quudrlllMi The committee that arranged this UpofDormMoGintyIlowmaryMaggie Hanralaaak IiT1 F JCYfNTUOKY IRISH R AN JIIIII KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNI I evoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAIt SINGLE COPY SC Entered it the Loulivllle Poitofflce as Second Class matter Addresi all Communlcatloot to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren st OUISVILLE KYSATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 19081 CONCERNING TKMlKHAXCK In another column appears UII interview from Cnrcllnnl Gibbous 1iIII which do declares that proliibitlo and local option do not promote the cause of temperance This h11 always been the contention of tIll Kentucky Irish American but thl Cardinal puts his views far mor succinctly than any layman cut hopc to do It is the abuse not the nutl of liquors that Is reprehensible 8t Paul tells us that money is the root of nil evil That does not menu that we are not to have money for tIle necessaries of life but that the UUII8C of money the greed in accumulitn it is the great cause of sin in thei world The sale of liquor groped restricted will work to the adranta rather than to the disadvantage of mankind If half the energy now wasted on local option and prohibition movi melts were to be evoted to relll moral reforms to charity to combat ting the extravagance of the rich to curbing mens greed for money the world would be far better Man men will tell you that corporation and trusts arc soulless So they an but it is men with souls tout wit have no regard for their own or other peoples souls who make sou less corporations possible There are bound to bo combinations of capital They are one of the nctssitien of the day but labs rebels when capitalists beeoni greedy and seek to exact Ihe last drop of blood from those who tQl1l1 in their way When the present prohibltioi agitators and capitalists are lali away in the grave when the rust busters arc numbered among the dead the Catholic church through an Popes Cardinals Bishops and priest will continue to proclaim Its doctrine of the real brotherhood of man POLITICS Things political are In a tangl Just sow In Kentucky The Legislature has Its Senatorial affair the itafe at largo has Its night riders Louisville has a medly of questions gas water filters gambling graft Ing and Audit Company bills At Y they sing In comic opera Nobody knows the answer nobody ever will The lamentable death of Representative Virgil McKnlght does not appear to have changed the United States Senatorial question any The effect his death had on one side li offset by the effect It had on the other The return of Gov Wlllsor from New York and Washington does not appear to have lessened the dan ger of invasions from the night riders True enough he Is sending out troops but the troops arrive only after the damage has been done Night riders like lightning do not often strike in the same place The Governor has called for volunteer soldiers from the mountains but the fellows who were so anxious to show moral support to W S Taylor Caleb Powers and others of that Ilk are not r hurrying to go to the front now H- Is too dangerous The proposition to sell the citya stock In the Louisville Gas Company is still receiving a share of attention and the talk of scandal in connec tion with the deal continues rife Men well versed In finance are at the head of the scheme to have the city sell but for whose benefit Certainly r not for the benefit of the city nor for the private consumers It is said that the Legislature will be asked to make certain enactments so that the city may sell Its shares of the gas stock Let it once be sold and the people of Louisville can kiss their competitive lighting and heating companies good by Readers of the dally papers will see that Mayor Grinstead who is not lawyer has been caught in a Jam between the opposing contentions of two lawyers City Attorney A E Richards and former Mayor Robert W Bingham Mr Bingham was County Attorney for this county He Fas a candidate on the same ticket with exMayor Earth He made speeches for him with him and in behalf of himself After the election he accepted the office and ail its monuments until ousted last summer- Y the Court of Appeals After thors had refused the office of Mayor Mr Blngham accepted it and at once began to bite and snarl at the people who had made him Coun- tY o Attorney Later ho fell out with then Governor who made him Mayor Mr Bingham pored as a reformer and In his endeavors to betray and Overthrow the people who had given him hfe first political impetus ho un dertook to spend not his own but IK peoples money One bill alone u that of the Now York Audit Com pany calls for an expenditure of 37960 It was for Investigating the affairs of the Louisville Board of Waterworks The Investigatlpi showed that the companys affair had been admirably conducted Sine then the only development has bees that the consumers get less discoun than formerly something that tbe consumers fall to appreciate City Attorney Richards in his ox haustive report of these matters shows conclusively that the11aor and the General Council were acting entirely out of their premises in appropriating money from the year be ginning September 1 1907 to pa for work to bo done In the prevlou fiscal year But why talk of Mi Bingham as a reformer Write or ask Hon George W Jolly City Attorney of Ownesboro what Ileforme Bingham has tried to do and is stili trying to do in the way of foisting a played out water company on that town If you are not acquainted with Mr Jolly write and ask Mayor W Moles OByran of Owensboro There are other questions to basked but the dally press of Louis vllle Is not making any fuss abou answering them Why was forme City Auditor Charles Neumoye called back to the City Auditors ol flee Was It because his successor had gotten his books into a tangle Are they not still tangled Is it not true that the clerks III City Tax Receiver McCullochs office got their books into a mess and was not former Cashier William McKIn ley called In to help straighten out affairsIs not true that City Comptroller Wilhite Is wondering where he iIR at since it has been discovered that the scheme to have fortnightly pal rolls in certain departments In tin city government Is contrary to tin charter of Louisville- Is It true that some of Sheriff Scholls subordinates are kicking be cause they feel they are not being paid properly for their services Is it true that certain of his subordl nateshave been accused of permitting goods placed In their charge to be spirited away Is It true that there are at least four llsenccd crap games now in progress In the center of the city Are there not as many more stud poker games under protection on Main street Is there a Captain of police who backed by higher author- Ities stands between the licensed gamblers and the law SOUNDS IIUHCITLOUS There hire many Republicans who profess to believe that George V Joritelyou Secretary of the United States Treasury is not only ambItious ito become the Iresulent of the United States but that he Is- oveJ now conducting a gumshoe campaign for the Republican nomin itlon It is even Mild in New York hat his cause is being strenuously idranccd by Patrick 1I McNnlty wuo stands high In the Ancient Order of ilibernians and in advanced lobar circles McXulty owns a homo in Yonkors rut has made his residence for sonic Ime in Now York City He is a Power in New York politics but the New York Worlds story that he iwns the Irish vote controls the athollc vote nUll could deliver till abor vote to Cortelyou is utterly dlculous The time of owning con rolling and delivering the Irish Jatholic and labor classes is not of tho present if it ever existed The People irrespective of race creed or vocation are voting for the beet men the men who can accomplish tle best results If Mr McNulty is as capable a lolitictan as has been claimed ands silent as has been announced he as made no such declaration The name Is n good one Patrick J Me lulty and it is an even bet that he is not telling whom nor what he ontrols TRUE PATRIOTISM Henry Clay declared Iwould zither bo right than be President That was more than fifty years ngo Now we have another patriot Gov Hughes of New York who announces that he would rather have 11Is measures for the betterment ot- tlie State enacted than to receive tho Presidential nomination Thus story repeats itself Gov Hughes isI n high minded patriot and the land that he takes convinces the eople that he puts public weal above ersonal preferment His utterances tiow too that the spirit of true patriotism Is still alive in the United Statqs It matters not whether lit 2 wins or loses tie Presidential noml ation his heroic example will Je beneficial to tilt rising generation tot Americans and his name will 1lt long after his body is mouldering In the tomb The police in thick zeal to catch lnfrack rs of the Sunday closing lnw have taken to invading the priva rooms of the wives and Daughters of proprietors of saloons If the Doalcl of Public Safety does not stop the custom there may be a few polio men perforated by bullets No muu will stand for the invasion of hi home by insolent blackguards Today Is Washingtons birthday a day that all should celebrate in a manner that would please the Path of our country were he with us nQw Though we have become the greatest and best nation the world has ever known few realize the debt of grot Rude we owe to him Let all do him all the honor they can today tii9e trlw ls reMw9r w f1 1 SOGIETY 1 Miss Sue Sweeney was last wcl the guest of Miss Nannie Thompsc at Springfield Mrs Bee McXninarti of H7U8 rhitJ nvniMic is improving front her rccci attack of rheumatism Miss 1tabe Hutti who Mini been viIs Sting Miss Ida Schcringor at lie demon will arrive homo toddyt i iMrs Tack Gilbert entcntalmd Ih Wednesday Afternoon Ktiehre Oi I at her home in Parkland this week ytMiss Ollie iurccll has been spin ing a week at Tnylorsvill the f1I1nl of her ulster Mrs Kmmet Watson Police Sergeant Junes McFaughll of New Albany is confined to hl4 home 215 West Market by a suet attack of grip- Members of the Good Will SllClub will be enitertalued Iby Ml 1 Mary Xicouliu nt lire home IlIst Thursday evening Harry LallyfwdI bride hove rl turned from their honeymixiii I rip and are at home to their friends int 2020 honk street Henry Itos iiet fwd Casper llai mer have returned from West lladi Springs where they spent a week i rest and ifirupertitioii Misses Mary and Nell VovVler If Parkland have gone to Ilenvor Dam to be the guests of Miss Kdn Jrenhin for several weeks Mrs Hugh L Net bt trod Mir Jennie Lott liavo returned 111111 klartinsville Intl where both n tclved great benefit from the henlin waters Tlic numerous friends of Mrs 11 T Canoil of Portland who wa l stricken December 1 tind lens 111111 langerously ill for two mouths sir rejoiced over lies complete ivxovery Hiss undid Teams one of till imminent fffrures in society elrele n Dayton Ohio has been here CIJI ilte past week ns the guestt of Mr1IO Uatt ODolirty St inheritI itrerit Miss Jane Boyle and Pat ride III Tealey who are well known in Iris md Catholic circles in Jefferwonvlllf will be united in marriage at SI UigustineH church in that city nex Thursday morning Miss Ruby Riley who was to hay lailtd tar KuropeI a week ago hns tost poncd her trip indefinitely o iccount of serious illness II nothcx Mrs P 1L Riley is in Xe I fork attending on her Miss Kstelle Sdilosser and Jose pi K Reising both residents of Xev llbany writs married at till Clnu el 01 the Italy Name Now Orion + VednciSday afternoon Mr and Mrs tensing will male their hone In No tlbanyII Miss Josle ONcfill who last wed uffercd the accidental dislocation oC hot shoulder at her home on Breckin idge street is miich improved and will soon have entirely rccovere rout the effects of the injury which was very painful Mrs Fred ICchsjier who hits beer Rrriously ill and last week binder went nn operation at her home or East Jefferson street Is malting fa arable progress toward recovery nd to the great delight of her ninny rienda Is able to sit up at intervals Mrs John Connolly 605 Twenty 1ifUt street will entertain the young allies Euchre Club next Tuesday zoning This is ono of the most opnlar and successful social organ vtionH in the West End and nil ot- its funtcions have Ibeen greatly en yedAittorneyBert Myron of Syracuse hus been spending the week Belo aR- tllo guest of Mr and Mrs William sbornc South Louisville Ire is one off the foremost young lawyers ol entral New York and is en route homo from Kansas City where he- went on important legal business Miss Agnes OLaughlln and Jesse W Taylor popular young people of Eiducah who were married by tho Rev Father Herman Jansen at Strands de Sales church in dint city uetsday spent their honeymoon 11- 1this city as the guests of relatives TJley will return to Paducah today Misa Catherine B Diehl and edge R Thompson well knoryoung peoplct of the West End vrlll 10 united in matrimony at St Charles Borromco church next cdnesday afternoon at 4 oclock Rev Father Raffo officiating Thn ding will be a very quiet one and only a fwv intimate friends havo becn invited Miss Emma Aimindo EVirrcll and- Ont RairooTifl Schulz will lie united In matrimony at New Orleans next Wednesday The bride is the ac mplislied daughter of Mr and Mrs T A Farrell Sf the Crescent Citv- nntl the lucky groom is the sort ft tril IIcena clmlz of Louisville Th uewly wedded Couple will male their home in New Orleans Earl lItckox n popular youfirest dent of Syracuse anti rewponslble position in the passengern deportment ot the New York Central railroad arrived in this city Saturday to spend three wenks ns the guest of Myron Sheridan at his home in South LouisvilleI Arrangements arc being made for several receptions ir honor of the welcome visitor Miss Katherine It Bowling cnicr talncd n party of friends at her hoini on East Oiiestnut street Valeiitini evening Those present were Misaei Fcrol Cox Alma DonneJly Katherint R Bowling Mary L lax Marie Don nelly Stella Nolan Mary Tleekten wald Christina Kruse and Irene Schmitt and Jiesrs Fred HuH Elmer A Hutton Steve Campbell James E Russell Paul E Bowling and Frank Martin Miss J C Hogan entertained a dinner at her home 1200 Loxingito etfrcct last Sundiiy evening Th1 goreelllAmonand Mesdames Richard Hitter Tolm n Carroll and William Melclifr Mr Mary Lucy Misses Helen L Carroll Margaret and lichen Ltieey and Ann Broderick and Messrs Wlllian Hogan Fxl Ritter William emit lE Il ward Mclchcr and Downey Carroll All spent an enjoyoible evening Miss Mary IMckett and Samuel II Brinton will Hie united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Angus tines rectory in Lebanon next Wednesday The llev Father JoFCpl H Hogarty will officiate Tlie happy couple wil leave for a bridal tOil brought the South the same evenintr The bride Is the charming daughtei of Mr and Mrs Joint H Bickett ol Lebanon Mr Itrinton travels for 1 well known Louisville firm that dealt in glassware and queensware Thej will make their Qiome in LouisvilleI fr8 TliOinas Martin of Eighth nni Brecklnridge streets entertained Thursday evening of last week In honor of the visitors who came rein Ohio to attend the wedding of hei cousin Miss Catherine MeDermott ol this city and Jacob In an nf Springfield Ohio Among her guests were Rev Father Gconge A Gusto 01 Owcnsvllle Ohio u brother of tin groom and who came here to perform the wedding ceremony li4 Nora Carroll of Cincinnati lIsl Nonie McDcranntt tiC Owensville Ohio sister of the bride nod Toe McDermntt of this city a brother ol the bride All enjoyed a delightful evening and voted Mrs Martin a geu molls hostess Mr and Mrs William TJ Speak entertained Friday night of last week ftt honor of the birthday of thit daughter Miss Mary Speak After ai series of games In which all till young people joinedl an elegant supper was served The table was artistically tI toe Ill t Ill in red and white Among the guests wertvMisses Inez lUiodes Vary Vtkins Mnrgitrnt Garin Catherine Carey Olive How ser Anna May Mooney Bessie Prier Ivatherino ICtihiher Edna Mohlen knnip Aniui May Mooncy Xeomlim Kenney Mary Kenny mid Jeanetti Speak and Messrs Tom 1rcttynmn Leroy Keating William Kalaher Jo seph Kelly Willnrd Fleece Walttr Murphy irariild Kcigwlii Edward Xoonnn and Joseph Speak Mr and Mrs MurUn Quirk wee tendcrwl1 a surprise party at theiri house 031 Magnoliii avenue Thurs lav night of last week Among those present were MesHiy and Mesdnntos Afjiiitin Fliiiilgan UlIII Toni Incas Misses Nora Quirk Natos Jove Maggie Slitoliaii Mary It Joye Sarah Sliaughnessy Mary 1 E loyee Sarah Train Brldey Joyce Maggie Frain Mary OToole Xtirirh Joyce Annie Scrlvens Mary and Julia Mill Joy Nnra St anton Mary Qninii Maf gtiret O Poole Mury McGuire Kmme Ktimmer ramie Miller Delia Liu mine Nellie Burke Julia Llnnano and Messrs Tunes Finnigan Ed Lnsky John Holmes John Kloran Martin Joyce Michael Shcelinn William Linsky 1atriek John nail Thomas Farrell John SliaughnoKsy Miciliael IJnuane Jcihu Ollrlen John Cusick Iblin Monciglmn John Mulloy blur Keenan Will Coinelly Patrick Kinney nUll Tames Burns The guests enjoyed a pleasant dance and during the evening Mrs Quirk served re freshments in hotiutcous profusion HVhVKSTKIt GROVES IIKIIK Sylvester Groves well and favorably known in Louisville Is visiting his parents In this city preparatory to a long journey through the North west He was formerly an employe of the L N shops and got his first singing lessons while a member of the choir of St Pauls church This is his first visit to Louisville after an absence of two years Since leaving this city he has been playing the leading baritone role in the Julian Mitchell Opera Company After spending a short time with his parents Mr Groves will join his own newly organized Laughing Horse Company at Chicago From three he will go with his troop to Winni peg Manitoba Canada and later he expects to make a tour of Europe DERIl BROS RE lEN J C and J W Derr doing busi ness under the firm name of Derr Bros reopened their store witii en trances both on Fourth and Jefferson streets on Thursday Their financial difficulties were only temporary and the Messrs Derr will bei glad to great their old patrons A t SHOWING little by Louisville llnilwn Company Not Bud For the Year Olliicrs and Directors 1Ver Chosen at Meeting Wed nesday Slight Decrease in Net nrnhlgH Is Noted Presidents Jtenort MANY IMPROVEMENTS WERE MAD The nniuual meeting of the stool holders of the Lottvlsillc Rallwi Company wits held In the company office on Jefferson street near iVmrth Wcilneafciy1 afternoon and the former direotors out officior were reelected The officers include Thomas J Mlnary Presides Aloe P Humphrey Vice Pwsidei und General Counsel and Samuel tG Boyle Secretary and Treasure The Directors are Charles T Ballard hurry Bishop Samufl Gassedav A t tlla Cox Alvx H Davis Oscar Fei Icy H H Littell Alex P Humphre T T Henry J B Speed and JollII Stltes President unary presented his all nual report which showed a decrea1 of t4J0 shoring the year 1907 TIts H not surprising when one consldei the financial istrlngewcy that 1m wept over the country causing till close of workshops and fuotoric Visits reducing the number of ll1res for Vise street car company 1h report also shows that tinny tie cons have been purchased addition traiusfers have been granted nn1 many lother improvements have bltn made The retort in full is as follow Louisville Ky Fob 10 1909Aii nualI statement of thin Louisvill Jtailwny Company for the year 1007 Gross Earnings From passengers city limits 2497467 Fri n passengers Interurban lines 12S12- SIntnmo 9from titlier HOUITCSJ 4Gi2192 Total receipts for the lar2GG8146 01 Oppratlnt Expenses 1K19IS41 Taxes for the year 21600000 Interest on dell paid nut ac trued 3G4120 00 Dividend on preferred Htock 125000 00 2W1074 41 Net earnings J407071 C6 From which deduct dividend on common stock 371737 Surplus earnings 35334 16 Bet nslde for accident fund163261ll- alanco 6 curried to profit anti loss 19007 i l For wry information as to detail we refer to the report of tlJ Secr ttiry und Treasirer and IIthe genera I balancu sheet which acompauies thlll report and will give the business ot the company in full for the year the result being of course affected b strikes oust general depression I101 business but the showing should bc w C0Il111U1CIIUlsimitar troubles During the year tthe company die posl1ufl at par 500 0 per cent collateral trust notes secured by 60i second mortgage 4y3 per cent bonds The proceeds of these notes 500000 five hundred thousand dollars wen used to pity for Improvements sonn if which your attention will be reportAYo franchise foi loublo track on Thirtyfirst 111101 nwentynliith streets from High ivcniie to Bank street and entered nto a contract with the Northen iidlana Traction Company by whic their cars from Xcw Albany are to JO operated over our tracks from tin Kl1ml I bridge to thou terminal std ion on Third Street between Greer md Walnut and necessary work blow being done and the wine will b+ ready for oi mtion in a few weeks The work on thin Bardstown road ills progressed as rapidly as the con litions Would permit rued that por ion of till line bctnveen the city limits anti Fern Creek has been Ir iperation for the past two months Tihe extension of the KlghteenMii street line from Valley Station to Olll was completed lInt put in oper pril13lJlo venue was toubletracked and extensive terminals built for tho White City travel 1 ho Broadway line was also extended from Sliawnco Park to White City with the necessary loop and terminal rack at tic entrance The large 1iII on Payno street was widened nnd the track doubled for the bcue fit of Uie Crescent Hill line Preston trect was doubletracked and the city line extended from Cox avenue to the city limits where lot was purchased and new loon put in Fifty new cars were added to the qulpment during the year These wero large doubletruck cars of the lost improved type equipped with air brakes heaters and all modern dnvcnicnces These cars were placed on the Secondstreet West Broad nay West Chestnut and Crescent Hill lines replacing the singletruck cars that had previously run on these lines A now fire roof boiler house Wilt reeled and Wilcox Babcock vater hibo boilers of 300horse capacity in tailed in same with the latest 1m proved machinery for handling and toting coal It Is not advisable in n report of this natpre to mention in detail th i minor improvements but snuck has been done during the year toward enlarging and improving the facilities at the car barn repair shops and otIter property of the company lo cated at various points also toward ImrrovIngty Respectfully submitted for the card of Directors T J MINARY President HAND FOIL MACKIX Afackin Council is to have a band and it is probable that its corps of organIzedconcelt Tuesday night The commit tee named to organize the band was named by President Burke as lol- lmvs Samuel Robertson Prof Vln- cent Falisi and John Hancock r- a w r HOPKINS THEATER MONDAY MAR 2 19- 08BENEFITFOR THE Central Committees For this benefit a special series of motion pictures and illustrated songs never seen here will be pre sented The Central Committee invites all its friends to attend this benefit ADMISSION TEN CENTS STEWART DRY GOODS CO Ih Ine9 Established Sixty Years EYfYOIt SORE wASij1 GOODS Second Floor NEW WEAVES AND DESIGNS IN r IMPORTED WASH FABRICS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED WHITE GOODSSpecial in Mercerized Empress Cloth a direct importation made of mercerized yarns specially adapted for suits and separate skirts Price i 35c yard WASH GOODSSale of 1000 yards Corded Madras and Percales full yard wide lengths from 3 to 10 yards regular 12 l2c valueSpecial price 812c yard LINEN SUITINGSIn the latest spring shades di direct from the best looms of France finished and jlaundered only as the French can a splendid 100 valueSpecial at 69c yard LINENSImportant reduction sale of 150 pieces Jap anese Linen Drawnwork in Art Squares and Scarfs 250 valuesSpecialat 148 I BEDDING Second Floor I SALE OF SPRING AND SUMMER COMFORTABLES BLANKETS AND BEDSPREADS a AT S EXTREMELY LOW PRICES I New line of Sanitary Comfortables for spring and sum mer in light or medium weights cotton or Japa nese floss filled- Silkolinecovered ComfortablesPrices 119 to 350 Venetian Satincovered Comfortables Prices 500 to 600 Venetian Satincovered ComfortablesPrices 500 to 600- Lightweight Lambs Wool Crib Blankets in all sizes Prices 200 to 500 Sale off 100 Fullsize Heavy Crochet Bedspreads in Marseilles patterns extra valuesSpecial at 145 each STEWART DRY GOODS CO Incorporated IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcCREEBY ft ioNEW YORK SHOECLEARANCE CUT PRICES Ladies SZ Slippers 59c Childrens 2 ShoesII co 59c r Ladies 750 Shoesn 129 Misses 175 Shoes co a 129 Boys 175 Shoes 129r Boys 250 Shoes 189 Ladies S3 ShoesII 1- 89LEVYS PIANOS1 tt The largest stock in the South to select from Prices absolutely the lowest You can take advantage of our liberal payment plan if you wish v The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONT NEORORIEfIM MUSIC CO Incorporated 6Q1SaOO FfURTH AVENUE i 7 1- a 1 i Tiii i iIi w Y IECFi1 TTiT07 Y IRJSa AMERIoA r iIJfi8I 0 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE 1 H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 3J Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 ftf f D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors andd Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answirtd Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS e FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 83SEast i1a1n Street J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBA FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS cr STREETShort111111111I I II 1111 1111111 J I t II THOMAS KEENAN 7 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers M KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office P6 W St Catherine Bath Phones CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones tOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY flUNOLD BBAMSR IN Staple anti Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty rife ie PBC 4330 540 W WALNUT EERRMAM BROS IJOOllTJt FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholcf ale Dealers in Fineet Brands rf Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BONA TOepkMt IMS 234 Sixth StrMi J 4 k delayedbyaffected two hours after they have been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and RiverI Louisville Kyy Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 56- 5WELSHVJAMES AIf PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET VICTORY FOR LABOR Labor unions won a big victory In New York last Saturday when the Appellate Division of the Su preme Court affirmed the decision of Justice McCall who denied the application of the United Typothetae of America for a permanent Injunction to restrain the PressmensUniontion No 23 and the Job Press Feeders Union No1 from going on strike as they did last year CATHOLICS IN CEYLON The fifth annual meeting of the Catholic Union of Ceylon was held recently For tine first time the members of the Union had ihe pleasure of assembling in the handsome and spacious Bonlcnn lofemarill Hall which has been erected as a remem brance of a venerable prelate and which is the headquarters of the Catholic Union and thQ home of the Catholic Club TE de Sampayo K G President of the Union was In the chair Alum water if put into therinsing water will restore almost any Laded colors a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- New6 Notes Division 2 m hold its regular meeting Friday Imht Next Thursday will he the regular meeting might for Division 3 Every mt mbar ought to attend the joint Initiation on Thursday February 27 The First Hibernian Regiment of citylfarcltAt iridillesboro Mass Division 7 and the Ladles Auxiliary Meld a joint Initiation A big street parade is part of the atWorcesterThe County Hoard will meet at Bmitrand Hall on the evening of Tuesday February 25 Division 2 of Norwich Oonn expects to increase its membership at least 100 before May 1 The Ladies Auxiliary wilt give a eveninginstclatlof RacincWisCatholicbookscity Jefforsonvilles division will meet next Tuertloiy might Action will ofStAit Portland Me members of the order ares preparing for a mianuiioth nnl1Mlefnnl1lorClnistlanBroHlels yearsthepaid out for sick and death benefits grnndtatal ofthatProvidence Hibernians are endeav oring to make the coming St Pat ricks anyewer andtoolic societies of the State to partici pateAt Archbishopnrchprelate banners of the several divisions of Suffolk county Hiber thedecorationspallium FATHER KEKNAX IJETTEK KernanOsevere JosephsInfirmaryproved and will soon be able to LopsBertrands SWEET CHARITY The Highland Charity Club has ar atTrinltrstreet eveningoclockAnwillbePRELATES HELD MEETING ofCincinnatianeetingofcinnati in meetinhaveis believed that they were of more than ordinary importance KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN theKnightsfor June 2225 at Heading Pa when representatives will be present from andCanada totheto the one Iuing thp largest numb r of men in line- AVARMLY GREETED Capt J K Westfnll for ninny years Superintendent of Me Louis villa Home for the Aged und Infirmspent several days In tine city this week He is now In charge of the Lilly White Sulphur Springs Crawford county Indiiana and expects to make the springs a popular resort this year He was greetod by many old friends during Ills stay in Louisville XEW ALBANY FEATURE Doins at Greeabrior College hthe title of a little drama that is to bo presented by tJhe young people of Holy Trinity church Now Albany on the nights of March 2 and 3 Four youngWiomenThe entertainment will be in Holy Trinity school hall on East Market street and promises to very Inter tinge LECTURE ON IRELAND Undert the auspices of Division 1 A O H of New Albany Hon Ed ward R Kenney one of Indianas foremast orators iwlll deliver a lecture at Holy Trinity Hall next Friday StruggllRnmlThe lecturer Is the brother of the late Rev Edward Kenney formerly Drinitychurchanil a splendid audiencei is assurred CARDINAL VISITS BROTHER Cardinal James Gibbons head of the Catholic church in the United States spent the past ten days visit ing relatives and friends at New Or leans He is accompanieid by the Rev W A Fletcher rector of the Cathe ClmpWnNew Orleans and spends a week or two there each year ad ttihe guest of his brother Col John T Gibbons He will return to Maryland next Week CARDINAL COMING Cardinal Francis Patrick Moran of Sydney Australia is ram taking u rest from his labors and viSiting boyfaood ecenes in Ireland His Eminence was born September 17 1830 at Leculinbrddg County Klldare HQ was elevated to the rank r SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o iiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording SecThos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month PresIdentCon J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial KenneySergeantatArmsJames SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Street- sPresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Macleyjnanci1l1 DoughertySentinelTJlamns SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand President John II Hennessy LynchFinancial J ConnellyRecording Secretary Frank P Durke1reasurerIlarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall President John Kinney Vice PresidentJohn O Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantntArmsDernnrd Coyle Y 2VI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert TBurke First Vice President Frank Lana banSecond Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording SecretaryAustin E Walsh SecretaryThomasDachman Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy of Cardinal in 1885 Before returning to Australia he will cone Ito America to assist at the centennial celebra tion of the church in New York and may make a tour ofi the United States KNICffi OF DOLIIBBS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where OmUm Knights have taken hold with firm hand and will this year secure their own home The three degrees were conferred last Sunday by Pueblo Council one of the most progressive in Colorado Cincinnati Council will honor Most Rev ArchbIshop Moelicr witJi n re ception at the Hotel Sintou on the evening of February 20 Four tk ums in Illinois have organ IiuightaBloomington Springfield councils tire those to be represented Pennsylvania Knights have reinon stratod ngaiinsti legislation providing for the reclassification and raising of postage rates on second class mail matter Senator Knox pre scatted the memorial which came from twentynine councils HINTS ON STYLE For pin cushions plain satin rib bons still mold sway Chiffon ctoth veils Olel the best fo prtteWtion against winds and dust For the midseason the hat of alroodytakenfashion Embroidered Irish chantilly and successful1yintroduced evening gowns Gauntlet gloves are the very latest smart wrinkles for wear with tail practical presentformlatdhes the llace used on dressing tables and for bed ond window draperiesLovely embroideries are carried out in floss silk alone or combined with ttvdr gold or black threads or with bugles and beads or both vel vet and moussaline Soultache braiding nsa docorjatlon for coats and jackets conltinues to grow in popularity and the latest models show quantities of this trimming in every width and in all manner of designs DIVIDE BED FOR CHILDREN Hero is a simple contrivance which takes the place of separate beds for children Take an olsoft comforter w3ilch can be easily washed and roll it the long way so that It will reach from the head to the foot of the bed At night place this roll down the center of the toed between the sheets pillowsThe arated though one set of covers does for boot The covers can toe pinned to tine roll with large safety pins to keep them from slipping The roll prevents the motions of one child front disturbing the other holds the covers in place and gives the little ones something soft to snuggle up IspnlcticullYQlonein L IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Newry has recently suffered from oft influx of tramps County Louth is experimenting with several new varieties of oats The Town Council of Dundalk has decided to adopt compulsory educa tion Lattton an the County Louth bus a very cneklitable amateur dramatic society Irtish emigration for 1007 showed n ndt increase of 3738 persons over the previous year Lands of the Cnriow estate County Mayo have been cleared of cattle by the outraged people Graziers in Jon fortl base been formally requested ntot to renew their takes in March Dundalk is to have its own electric lighting plant and the use of gas is to be relegated to the rear Capuchin friars are conducting u retreat for the people of Ardee this week It will close tomorrow Tames Liimont a carter of Bally money County Leitrhn was crushed to dtfath while unloading logs from a railroad car Over 300 rtwnnts on the La Touche estate County Leltrlm are to be evicted for failure to pay rent The people are all too poor to pay Tenants on the Acheson estate In Ballinaglera County Leitrlm have agree to twentygne years purchase and all arrears to be wiped out Eight men arrested at Corrigallen Ooainty Leitrim ami sent to jail in Armaigh on the accusation of unlaw ful assembly have been released Judge Adams Was assessed a tax of 10000 on County Limerick for alleged hayburning It has not been proven that the fires were incendiary A class of young men under the auspices of the Dnumconrath Branch of thei Gaelic League has creditably presented two plays in the Celtic tongueWhile in a fit of mental aberration brought on by illhcnltli Richard Heffernan of Ennis County Clare Itook his own life by cutting his throat with a razor Tenants of Christopher MiGovern landlordOf the village of Btirrfboy County Cavan undertook to collect his rents and on every hand were met with n blank refusal Hugh Wrights motor and cycle factory nt Aughnaclay ivns destroyed by fire and the family of Sergeant 13dwianl Orogun had n narroy escape from death in the flames Miss Cecilia Molumby of Dublin was accidentally burned to death at Gorey Union Hospital She iwns only twenty three years old and hud been but a few days at the hospital The total abstinence societies of Dundalk held a triduum in honor of St Brigid and more than 1500 mai and boys approached holy com munion during the three days Fift six processes issued against tenants on the lgeworthestutl County Longford for nonpayment of rent have been withdrawn anti purchase arrangements have been af fectedCardinal Lognic paid a visit to St Louis Convent Middletown Oountv Armagh recently and Ithe boys and girls attending schoolthere presented him with an address in the Irish lan guage It developed at the Mulling Quarter Sflssiona that a dozen or more tenants were unable to pay their rent anti are to be evicted un less the arrears are settled within two months The dead body of John Morrissey- n farmer of the Tramore district was washed upon the beach after he had been missing several days The Coroner decided that tIle man had fallen over the cliff by accident Rev J McCann parish priest at Ring County Waterford has been fined 25 for failure to pay dues to the rate collector Father McCann explains by saying that the rate col lector is one of his parishioners ani is indebted ito him Exciting scenes followed an at tempt to serve processes for rent due by the tenants on the Rodney estate near Cregg County Galway A crowd of women anti girls armed with balls of mud attacked the process server and his police guard and caused them to beat a hasty re treat William Tierney for many years first whipperin for the Tippernry hounds was drowned in the River Suir near Cluen Tierney Lad crossed the river on his horse and was re turning Tho animal fell throwing his rider beneath him Before assist ance arrived the poor man was drowned Several hunters rnndo plucky attempts to rescue Tierney OHARE ON BOARD Gov Higgins of Rhode Island has appointed James OHarei of Prov- Idence to an important position on the State Board of Health Mr OHare is one of the most noted pharmacists in New England 8 GREGORIAN MUSIC No less than fiftyfive churches in the archdiocese of New York have estaMishea Gregorian choirs If the plans of the twelfth diocesan synod go through the parochial schools of New York and Brooklyn will begin the study of the plain chant next year IRISH ACTORS COMING A company of six Irish actors headed by W G Fay a great Dublin favorite will Soon arrive in New York They expect to make a tour pf the United States It ds said they will produce real Irish peasant plays and are expected to make a hit in America INTEREST IS GROWING The Campbell County Federation of CatlhoJio Societies met in the par NewTportlMtSunshatters of importance veredls cussed A delegation from Covington KentonCountymeeting Interest in the Federation FRANK FEURBREWING CO p Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 T- HEWIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at ell leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATEDtTELEPHONE 452 xOUISVULE KY ASK FO FALLS CITY BEER e ON SALE EVERYWHERE I HOME PHONE 7E69 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICE Cut Blooms Plantsa- nd Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalror pileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real enable For further particulars apply 40 MOTHER MARY REQINrtfl- ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellersonvllle lad Is growing In every Kentucky town or city where a branch of tote society has been established REMARKABLE WOMAN Press reports announce that Mrs Mary Bohan aged 120 years died in- N atvark N J ten days ago Not only was she twenty years past the cen tury mark but she was the mother of twentyfive children ten of whom are still alive Mrs Bohan had lived in America flfty f1vo years TALKS ON IRISH ART Irish Art and Irish Artists Is the subject of William A Brennan of Cork Ireland artist and traveler who is now en tour of the United States He lectured before the Irish Fellowlshlp Club of Chicago last Sat udjay and anado a profound impres sion He asked the aid of the club anti of the Irish in America een rnll in the revival of Irish art Mr Brennan may visit Louisville BISHOP CLANCY COMING It is not Often that American Cath ones have a chance ito see and hear a Bishop from the Emerald Isle Asa CcmKcqucnco ithe Catholic popula tion of the diocese of Tlpohester N Y is full of expectancy rdr next sum laneyBishoprequest of the venerable Bishop Me bul1dingst t Office Hours Home Phone 9 to 4 6127 DR J FRANK SIIILIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Dive your boys an education that will prepare them forllfe ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway LonlsTlIle Ky Conducted by tile Xaverlan Brother Classical ddentlfic and Business Cour i Preparatory Department Large Swimmino p ol Well Equipped tymBMibtn Terms Moderate Bro James Dir- PETER M ANDRWI 8SONS AGONN MAN fACIURR8 Carriage Repairing and RubberTresfII 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HEIOT AAIJIJ1 PPOLSS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED ptonaojs 528 Fifth Street fiNES liQUDRSICI6ARS1 VALS SALOONVAL Hot LUKchevery morning from 9 3B 4tsrI r 4 t- J w e J e I lTTiTCSY n SH AltIRIO THE BIG STOREEND OF SEASONS SLAUGHTER SALE High Grade Mens Suits Cut To 5 75 975 Sl75 1575 1975 SPECIAL SHIRT SALE Regular 1 Mens Shirts go for 79c Regular 2 and 150 Stiff Bosom Shirts for 89c I Regular 50c Blouse Waists for Boys go for 39c I THE BIG STORE 4U West Market Fourth Between and StII I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO ILl I rpull iiDlslliled Water Llthla Water Club Soda Ginger Ale Vichy Cola Soda Wild Cherry Phosphate Chocolate Cream iiLemon NNNOOOONNNNNNOIca Cot Mfrs 618 Seventh Stt dN NN IONNNN- I e0ee JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverwate etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts BRUisnsr rajJEWELER 530 West Market Street DONT FORGET THOSE AWAYt FROM HOME SEND THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN To those friends and relatives away from Louis ville with all the news of the people they know 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 YEAR QUALITY Is the thing to be desired when ordering Coffee and Tens Quantity Is n secndary consideration but when you can get both quantity and quality for a low price thats everything to he desired JIulloy gives you both in his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 4tcexcellent COFFEEM4 HamPboai 1333 phi W MARKIDr STREET 5 M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Secretaryeliv F f CofSalt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coptog Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSONI TBLEPHONBI573 WORKS i3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 r U 1 AJmoss oA o HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYMERCHANT TAILOR 426 West Walnut Street Between 4th and 5th a CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING of Ladles and Gentlemens Garment- sI Take Out the Grease and Put in the Crease QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meat 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 Improvements this year wlll keep it in the front rank Raring made our 1907 contractbefore the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEH1ER 6c SON 217 MARKBT STREET NBAR SECOND Albert T Schranz Sc Co bLg REAL ESTATE J4I u BRANCH I JVII ii I 1 CIRllt ad Grim o B OSWI 5 Trains to Cincinnati 3 Trains to St Louis UNEQUALED SERVICE LOWEST RATES City Office Lincoln Building Fourth and Market SIU11T VICTORY Kentucky Irish American Bowlers Full of Confidence Tha Kentucky Irish American bowling tern left for Cincinnati via the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern railroad this morning tlo tbke part in the eighth annual international itournlamenlt of the American Bowling Congress The members of the team wflio made the trip are John J Barry D J Gleeson Thomas M Barry Bert Curry Bernard Flynn Jr J G Sfinnegerode Jr nnd Frank P J Burke The team is due to roll at 8 oclock tonight Every member Is in good shape and is confident of making a fine record The con test is being held at the Armorj building in Cincinnati and the alleys era said to be fine and fast TJaat year there were irty Louis yule teams that went ito St Louis anti the Kentucky Irish American bowlers rolled in second place Tin first five named above will roll and not only Ithe whole Mim but nil their friends in Louisville expect them to make n better showing than they made last year Sunday afternour members of the K I A will roll in the twomen and individual contests Big delegations from Louisville will leave today anti tomorrow to cheer their respective favorites to victory M the same time many others not interested in bowling arc going to Cincinnati on account oif the extremely low rates offered bj the B and O S W- QUITE BUSY Was the Latest Session of Division 4 at Bertrand Hall Inclement weather Lad no tdrrori for members of Division 4 A 0 II Monday night and Bertrand has was cnawded much ito the gratification of President John II Hennessy applicationsand William A Perry and John Fitz gibbons were obligated Michael Wordl who was on the sick list for seveirtil weeks was reported well A4 communicntJbn from the Ladies Auxiliary announcing n euchre and dance for next Wednesday evening was re ceived Many members signified attendingPresident formal announcement that u joint initiation iwlas to bo held by the four divisions on the night of February 27 lie urged a full attendance of Division 4 on that occasion Guy Thurman Paul Schnell anti Frank Sweeney were elected to membcrhhlip William T VisitingCommittee appointed in his stehd Col Joseph P3fcGinii madly n splendid plea for the reorganization of the Hibernian Rifles and Insisted that every member of division 4 nppenlranceinthq matter toe taken up at once President Hennessy said the matter was worth earnest consideration He named Col McGinn nnd Stephen J upinttITest YISITOnSrELCOiUED De Fralnc Council Heard Addresses From Mack Ins Members De Fraine Council Y M I at Lebanon Ky held an Important meeting Monday night and in addi tion to transacting Important busi ness heard addresses from John J Barry of New Haven former Su premo Director Ben Sand former President of Mackin Oouncil and his successor Robert T Burke A com mititee from tho council met the visitors at the train and escorted them tto the school ball of St Augustines churCh mQiflro they were given seats of honor beside President Arthur Smith Under the head cf good of Ithe order each of the visit ors made an address and members of the council did not Jwoitate to lapplauseItithere was some trensuIYItportion among the twentyeight members and to allow the remainder ro remain as the nucleus for a fund tb help entertoln the delegates to AupuatTJie with bytheirreturned to Louisville Tuesday morn lng but Mr Sand spent the eotirj Hay in Lebanon FOR CHARITYS SAKE A number of well known Catholic arrangedtoknown charitable purpose Friday afternoon February 28 The affair will be held at the Catholic Womans Club 315 West Walnut street amp tile game will tin culled at 230- n clock sharp Admission will be wentyfive cents All charitably In Mined people urn Invited TAKE GOOD STAND HickeybothDemocrats have purchased Currnn Dros cafe tat 418 West Green street greet1ngfor several jshears a valuable employe- of the Board of Public Works while Mr Hickey was for a number of Both Phones 230 years one of the most trusted depu ties in then County Assessors office It would be hard to find two moro popular men They know everybody in Louisvile and Jefferson county that Is wonth knowing and nre lilted by nil their acquaintances Their place of business is centrally located and tha new proprietors will make the sltand one of time best in the city MOTION PICTURES Hopkins Theaters Form of Entertainment Is Immense The motion pictures now being produced nt Hopkins Theater by the Crawford Film Company of St Louis and under the management of E W Dustin hare won success in Louisville They advertise lUicmsolvea The first week has dbne the business but Louisville audiences are as crit ical as any in the United States nnd unless thy present standard is main tamed the succes twill not laSt Mr Dustin says that he has only started that each week will see Inn improve ment Every utterance he has mnde thus far has been fulfilled To Ithose who have seen moving picture shows during the past few years the Crawford productions are revelation In the first place thens Is little or none of that glaring sciatiliatln jerking light that an noys and tires the eye The pictures now being presented at Ilbpkins are quiet nnd more true to nature White there is room for improvement the pictures are the best seen here thus far The pictures displayed this week were entertaining to all be cause they portrayed human interest stories The reproduction of Fran cesco de Remini was vivid excellent and of eoigrosising interest The patriotic and comedy pictures also evoked much iinterest and applause The explanations by Manager Dustin and the musical numbers both deserve recognition HUSTLING MANAGER E J Kkme the manager of the Purak Works operated by the Merchants Ice and Cold Storage Company has already proven to bo one of the greatest Urnstiers thaever came to Louisville Jill additlot to his natural energy Mr ICun tllhltslnesspanys trade For rten yeans he traveled for the Liquid Carbonic Com everyStateeverywhere More than that he is a practical chemist and is recognizes throughout the country as an authority on soda and mineral waters lie removed to Louisville management regrettlheLouisville are warm hearted and can always be trusted to buy tie bes of everything in the market- TIIEATRICAL Meet veeke offering at the fasonio Theater will be Tiff Paff Pouff its best bill of the season It Is a pleasing musical comedy and until ithis year has been seen only nt top prices TJie company is a bighousesMacaulejls Thealter has quite a nice schedule of attractions for next week Madame Gndski will appear in concern Monday night under the nUS plscep of the Musical Company Tues day and Wednesday nights 0 Yiddish company of hcbora will hold the boards Marie Doro in the Morals of Marcus will appear the last half of the week i DENTIST GOES EAST itDr Thomas J Welsh who has for I several years been connecWd with the Louisville Dental Parlors has gone East to seek a wider field In which to practice his profession of dental surgery IDs many friends in Louisville regret his departure but wish him success In any town he decides to locate EUCHRE AND SOCIAL The httTh s of Kentucky Division 239 G I A to Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Division 78 have arranged to give a euchre and box social at the hall over the South Louisville Bank corner Fourth and Central avenues on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday February 25 The IgamfB wUlbe called promptly M 230 and 8 oclock Ad miasioni will be only twentyfire cettts The general public Is invited s u Depot Seventhand I River I TREAT THRONG Attended Dedicatory Services of Holy Trinity Church The handsome new church of Holy Trinity at Kentucky and Dupuy streets was solemnly dedicated by the Very Rev Vicar General Cronin last Sunday morning The ceremonies were vqry Impressive and were wit nessed iby several hundred Catholics from the various other parishes as well as those of the new parish To add to the solemnity the two compa vies of the Uniform Itank Catholic Knights of America In full uniform and headed by Major Gen Michael Reichert and Col Joseph P McGinn patftioipated in the exercises The Knights made a splendid showing and acted as a guard of honor during the dedicatory senices The ceremonies of blessing the new church began at 030 oclock This was followed by a solemn high mass with the Rev Father Peter J Befrreslieim pastor of the now church as celebrant the Rev Father Peter Engelbent of St Bonifaces convent deacon of the mss and Rev Father Engelbert Schmitt as subdeacon The Rev Father Bonn venture Cicek 0 F M delivered an appropriate sermon in the German languageIn afternoon at 3 oclock the Rev Father Bachmnnn Chaplain at St Josephs Orphan Asylum official led at vespers and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Tomorrow the different statues in the church will be blessed with appropriate cere monies RADICAL STEPS For Increasing Member ship and Attendance Are Advised Division 3 A O II held n rousing session Thursday of last week and President Patrick T Sullivan was more than pleased with Who interest displayed by all present James Irl ton was elected to membership A communication from the Ladies Auxiliary advising the members of the euchre nnd trance to be given next Wednesday evening brought urgent repeals from President Sullivan and State President tUntler for Ian acceptance of the invitation It was decided to attend the entertain ment and help the auxiliary ito make it a success Patrick Begley in behalf of the Visltling Committee reported Joe Clark and Patrick Kilkenny as im proving and thlat Thomas Kennedy who sustained an iiifjury to his knee cap several weelcs ngo as almost en tirely recovered The report of the Auditing Committee showed that Dl virfion 3 led all the other divisions in the city from a financial standpoint Tt is also crowding towtord first place In the state for mcmbersldp The application of Thomas F Owens wins received President Sullivan called attention ito the Employment OomnvJttieie and said ithere should be more cojope rat ion bdtween such committees of Ithe various divisions James Coleinlan State President Butler Martin Ford John Knrman and Thomas Quinn offered valuable siiRigostions tending to s cure better attendance at the meetings and to ward increasing the membership steps along this line were advised but definite action was postponed until a nvoetiiig when a still batter attendance will be on hand Presidenlt fiulllran and Secretary Lawrence J Mackey were elected delngaltes to time Federation of Cath olic Societies The absence of mom bers of the other divisions wms noted and caused Nome disappointment inasmuch as they had been specially invited to bM preseu- htSPIRITED DEBATE Mackin Councils Orators Were Given Rapt Attention Time now series of debates under the auspices of Mackin Council was Inaugurated under most favorable auspices last Sunday afternoon und the club house wjas crowdjfkl with members of the council nvho did not hesitate to cheer their favorites nt each Belling point Each speaker received his there of applnusof at the lose of his address The quesMoji under ddbate was Resolved That Ugh license will promote time cause prohibi8ionSamuel L ItobertSoiii and Judge Patrick T Sullivan took the tenon in the cause of high license wJJlle the cdiampions of prohibition were Join JEancock and Austin E Walsh The judges of the forensic argument vflre John Stewart Sherley Ounlffc and Patrick King The debate con tinued one hour nnd thirty minutes emU the largo number of members present gave the debaters profound attention Each speatoelr had his subject well in hand and their respective irgumeaits were igo M The judges lecldert in favor of prohibition all againSt high license The next d- ebte mill be held in about two weeks w RESPECTED HIS WORTH Mayor Colby of Butte Mont Ordered all public ofIces closed out of respeCt to the memory of Daniel J Cennessy who was known as the lerchSant prince pf Montana Ifsfl funeral was ihe largest in the history of the State Mr Hennessy was oi rHi birth and aneostry and always proud of It J y i INNONOONNNNNNNOONNON0041I 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET i Furniture Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS St saveoPeninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater 20satisfactory THE OAK HOT BLAST 50eterPROGRESS OAK 50topOOONNOONNNOeONNON NNNN N 16 Per 100 BushelsWe have the most centrally located yards in the city the best coal the best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL COIncorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek iO OONNONN0000 ONNON 0 00000 OON OOOOONNNI s i LARGEST AND BESTTHE CITY i UNITED LAUNDRY COIi 2INCORPORATED S t HAND WORK A SPECIALTYss 2 t GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED t i f1lAIN31 i0 + N + N000NOOO t4 0 ON NNN00 NNO Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable System 7 as taught at this institution is n va iable acquisition to any person A stepping stone to success Secures the h bot employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand 1- igCOMMERCIAL SCHOOLCMOS SPEiCIRINCORPORATED Uniq National Rank hide President StreetsTornerRarrlsasprneea r t88 sttme GhaS ft Rogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a cal JfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF IEVERY DESCRIPTION tj 434 w Jefierson S1ree1J FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager a HBADQUARTBRS I+ OR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprierLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Seth Phonu 2888 OFFiCEr AND FOROe 913915 SEVENTH ST I I I I I I I 44I 44I I III I tt It 414 + 441 It It+ 4 IIII II 4I III 4 +I It II rom WINES AL KaL7AOJl f 345 West Green Street L IRMOR8 WGAZa II It IX J A L