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Digital page images are linked to the text file. want the land themselves Till they I get it it shall be boycotted It shall be rondo so useless thnt nobody will take it and after a certain time the holder will consent to sell to the Land Commissioners What chills us to the marrow of our bones is the practical repeal of the peace preservatl ll net Revolvers and arms are being sold all over the country But Mr Blrrell says the country is peaceable At the next rising it will be found that the people all have weapons I have come to England to bring these facts before the public rind to arouse sympathy with those who are suffering like seJf If I can not succeed I may- as well die GREAT GENIUS I Displayed By Deceased Man Who Once Lived in This City America lost one of its foremost mechanics and locomotive Inventors When James Median died at his residence alt Myde Park Cincinnati last Friday As an inventor of im provements on locomotives he had no peer In the United States and during his active business life accumulated quite a fortune several years ugo estimated at between 5000000 and 0000000 Mr Mcehan was born in Ireland seventyfour years ago When quite a youth Bio canny to America la Louisville ho learned the machinists trade when the old Short Line shops were located at Floyd and Jef ferson streets After serving his time the worked at his trade in vari ous towns and cities but forty years ago settled in Covlington Ky and until twelve years ago when he re tired from active service he Was Superintendent of Motive Power for the Queen Crescent Railroad Com pany Before leaving Louisville he had developed extraordinary talent ns an Iinventor and was made Master Mechanic of tflie Short Line shops His mind was wholly on his business and Patent Office records will show that ho thud obtained more patent rights for Improvements on locomo tines than any other man in the United States One invention a brakoshoe paid him a large royalty The factory is located at Chat tanooga Tenn Mr Median also established the first See manufacturing plant in Mexico and was President of a Mexi can mining company He had a face turning everything he touched into money He was kindly arid generous always but his char ities were never ostentatious Among his best friends in Louisville was tine late Pulaski Leeds formerly Superintendent of Machinery for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pony Mr Median was the man wno discovered the abilities pf J T Ifarahan now President of the lIt nois Central Railroad Company Jerry Sullivan now General Master Mechanic of the L and N at Decatur Ala was another friend and protegc Undoubtedly one of his oldest living friends in Louisville was Jeremiah Kavanagh foreman of the L and N wheel and axle shop Time deceased was not a member of any society except the Catholic Knights of America but was always a devout member of the church ills funeral took place from St Marys church Cincinnati Monday morniiijj but time interment was in tine family lot in the cemetery in Covington Many of his former friends rind asso elates tamong them Michael OlJrien and Murty Shea accompanied time remains to their last resting place William T MeeHion of this city prominent in Hloernian and Catholic Knights circles a nephew of the deceased attended the funeral Mr Median was la brotherinlaw ito Mrs Mary Meehan on East Broadway and to Miss Margaret Sweeney Principal of the Smyser avenue school and an uncle of Miss Anna Median Prin cipal of time Preston street school GENIAL KNIGHTSp L Played Hosts to Ladies and Guests at Annual Reception Louisville Council Knights of Co lumbus save Us annual reception at the Seelbach Monday night At least 200 Knights and their ladles daughters sweethearts and friends attended The entire tenth floor of time magnificent hostelry was turned over to the Knights and their guests P H Callahah Chairman of the En tertainment Committee seemed to be ubiquitous in hIs desire to see that all the guests were enjoying them selves Sometimes he was on the tenth floor encouraging the dancers a second later ho was on the second or third floors looking after the proper reception of the Knights and their guests Again you would find him superintending things for the collation served at 1130 oclock Of course Mr Callahan was ably assisted by a score of colleagues but his spirit predominated the whole corpsWhile Kollrosa orchestra furnished music In the reception parlors Greggs orchestra discoursed the strains that made Knight and lady fair trip the light fantastic on the ballroom floor The costumes of the ladles were elegant but In quiet taste The luncheon was superb yet delicate In all respects the recep tion reflected credit on the Catholic gentlemen who compose the Knights of Columbus On all sides Prof Vincent Fallal lg being commended for his excellent judgment in ar ranging the various musical numberst particularly the old Virginia reel RECOVERS UEAITH- II Dechtertt f t Fort Naypelath nyiho has been seltous1yill for several weeks ipt sufficiently recovered to leave his r bed n Iff n t I THE NEW ST BONIFACE SCHOOL A CREDIT TO THE GERMANS 010 SXSW StAVSWHAW NuuNSaS SSJSNS H NtH u a a WW CRYAr 11H W o uh DEMOCRATS Must Get Together Now IfThey Wnut to Win Future Elections I Many Rumors of War and Real War Is On Among the Republicans Police Force and Sclyiol Board Are Keeping Things Lively LOOK AT THE PUBLIC RECORDS Now is time time for all good Demo crats to get together and prepare for time campaign that anay land a President of Me United Stutes this year that will certainly land a Demo yearn RelpubHcansThe election of Governor Bradley to the United States Senate has discon certed Republican grosses in every part of Kentucky and in many sec Republicanbosses First and SeveimVlt districts did not want Bradley to win W Marshall butuheState creditably when flic goes to Washington Congressionaldistrict all tome fights are to be pulled off Tl e Democrats must organize now if they expect tb win They can elect every officer from Mayor to theytnloettunity During the pat week there taro been ninny rumors some false others againnecessaryDoes W Marshall iBullitt contemplate handing In his resignation as Chairman of the Board of Public Safety Is not Dr Jouett Monlfee Superin tendent of the Cfty Hospital desirous of resigning Oils place Why are the daily papers not publishing all the rttnvs about dismissals in the various departments Surely they know about wholesale dismissals In the fire department The daily papers recorded the dismissal of District Detectives Mike Ahern and Ed Mown and Patrolman John Dolan but they preferred mounted policeman Moran owl Dolan were good men Mike Ahern during his long service usa ipollei man and detective was never once reprimanded by Ms superior officers yet ilie and Moran and Dolan were dismissed from the force for alleged election offenses Some of these of fenses were committed before any of the alleged offenders were on the police force On the other hang Coons the mounted policeman apeared nt the substation Preston and F streets at 2 oclock Christmas morning He shiot kicked or broke tout a pane of hispartnerCharles Chapman remonstrated Coons pulled a revolver and threat eded o shoot him Coons was disarmed and was sent to the Fifth district police station ia the patrol wagon He was kept there several hours and then paroled by the late Sengt Bkmkenbaker His case was reported to the Board of Public Safety by Sergt Blankenhaker and Corporal Hammond Coons was present and heard rtJho testimony but pldadied ithiat hits eupfeirlor offI cers Blankeribaker and HamnionS were persecuting him on account of difference of religion Neither the Officers mOr Coons were Catholics Coons was exonerated bf Marshal Bullitt and his board The question Was been raised anc it Qi been stated in certain papers n tla a u that the office of Custodian had never been legally created by the Louisville School Boards The records of that board like Beery other rellenItoested will look at the records he will find that Trustee James Norton on Wie night of July 14 1907 introduced a resolution creating the office of Custodian and that those who voted for it were President PM1 B Thompson Trustees Cusick Hoertz Meyer Norseman Drs John W and R E Galvin Norton Piazza Rlpy Stehlln anti Wolff There was iio objecting voice raised Later Dr Sam Meyer nominated T J Tierney for the place Dr J W GXahiin seconded the nomination and on motion of Martin Cusick the vote was made unanimous probhJblknown and most reliable contractors 5n Louisville Was awarded a contract for the now school building nt Thirtyfourth and Chestnut streets P G Coker a political accident who by chance landed in the School Board last November bemuse Democrats were at wiar in two wards caused tlilq contractor to change from Hjidraiulic Oommn s face brick to the Bishop brick Probably time rec ords will show that a hurry up call of the members resulted In n meet ing of rtlho School Board at 1215 u m January 22 of this year that Mr rightdohet was not proseouted for misfeas anfco In office Mr Coker is now so journing in lt1Je South to get away from political turmoils ONCE AGAIN- Congregation of St Boni face Shows Signs of Fine Progress St Bonifaces handsome new schoolhouse on Green street between Jackson and Hancock was blessed last Sunday The Very llev Father James P Cronin Vicar General offI elated at the vesper service and at the blessing Time new school build Ing was then thrown open to the public and several thousands of Catholics from rvery part of ithe city inspected time edifice Monday morning solemn Levlticnl mass was celebrated in honor of time opening of the new school building and then the children were marched to the new school building a handsome structure of four stories that cost 45000 The school rooms are on every floor but each floor Is equipped with lavatories and the en tire building Is well ventilated and heated FEDERATION Delegates from Catholic Societies Called toIMeet The Federation of Catholic Societies will meet in regular session at the Catholic AVonmns Club Wnjnut street between Third and Fourth at 8 oclock next Thursday evening President Newton G Rogers and Secretary James B Kelly arc Very anxious to have a full attendance of delegatesThe tax Is BOW due and there are imiportamb mutters now before the Legislature and City Council that require attention It Is probable that this will be the last meeting at its present quarters mind tome selects may be called upon to and means for seuur Srtg a new home So many questions are now being agitated that every Organization afflliatedwltb the Fed eration has its own suggestion to make l COMMITTEE IS BUSY Bernard Coyle Redmond Stanton and MicMael Kinney who compose itho committee thalt is arranging for ksdaybyrapidlyexpect tobe able to announce the entire programme next 1Yeekr a- U DEFENDERS Ot Cnrdinal Gibbons Attitude on ProliiLitioii Arise in Might Temperance Has Always Ucci the Doctrine of the Cath one Gliurcli Archbishop Mcssincrs Pcrtl- iicnt Answer to Angry Critics PREFERS A MODEL UCENSEil u IIt was to be expecfed that the re cent utterances of Cardinal Gibbons on the question of prohibition would bring forth a storm of abuse He is authorityInresentotive of time cliurcli he stands tempernneeinnil things but now his prohibitionist abusers have given way tlot1leIr decidedlyintenipetrnte accusers who seek tb make evil out of his words he has bold defenders In every part of the country There are many priests and prelaUfs who foster and encourage total abstinence societies but it Is not lknown that there ds one Catholic clergyman in the world who would forego the tem perate man itflie right to talk his glass of wine his beer or whisky There Is rarely if ever a mission given in Catholic churches unless at least one Benmon Is not preached against the sin of intempfrance The caitechism teaches CaUiolics as children that gluttony of any kind is one of the seven deadly sins Abso lute prohibition has never been taught by tihe Ctutliolic church or her ministers One of the most distinguished cliHirdli dJgnvitaTles wino has risen tu defend Cardinal Gibbons is Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee In response to time rcgriest of a Milwaukee newspaper for an interview His Grace is quoted as follows It is too contemptlhle too ridiculous to notice It Is the bigoted attack of fanatics and is really no more than was to be expected from those behind this extreme movement I propliesiirt +wheat I heard that Car dinal Gibbons thud spoken against the ppohibitiion movement that some such attack would be made on him expootrdbeoauseauthority whose opinion on any sub weightAny the CardinM will resent this abuse He is the most temperate of men I can understand how some people are earnest honest advocates of pro iuibition ann imonlestly believe that it would be ia good tiling ito arrange 1It so that no one could cot intoxicant I have seen a great deal of misery and poverty caused through excessive drinking and I sympathize deeply with those who lave MiffencU ngainstthepersonallibertyRoman Catholic church The enure flibhte that any attempt to curtail this liberty is to be discouraged Prohibition is such on attempt anti on the wiioBei I believe It to be en unwise moVement which would not bring time results claimed for it For some time various temperance lead ers have been doming more anti more to take the vilenv that the use of light wines and beer discourages intemper ance The large Percentage of drunk- ennesS the acute craving for drink spirituousliquorslarge percentage gf alcohol in totem I would sot be understood ai regretdeeplywitch it caufeea but I do sntot beUfcri fuo u 1 ui- c I prolsI0118 drawn up by Ute liquor inoti theta selves and sent out in circular form prior to the model license convention recently held in Louisville seem tome to point the wuy to a reform which wtill be much more genuine and sane I think the general plan formulated by these men who arc in the business one which deserves hearty coananendQition and iwhieh df adopted will do far more to better condi tions than any such extreme meas possiblydo IN MEMOKIAM Louisvilles First Division of Iberians Mourn One Member Division 1 A O II met in regular session Friday night of last week with President John M Jtulloy oc cup ing the chair Thomas Keenan Jr Secretary of t116 division was commended for Ms correct minutes The cleatdi of William Clare one of the oldesti members of the envision was noted and Messrs Martin Cuslch Thomas Lyons and Tomas Shelly were appointed a committee to draft appropriate resolutions eulogizedMrIrishman a good Catholic and a loyal citizen George Fllburn was introduced to the members anti riefccivwl a cor dial welcome Join Sweeney was re ported ill maid Tim Cunningham who has been on the sick list was re ported much improved Attention was CountyBardon The evening of Jmrch10 Messrs Cusick Lyons and Shelly made tIleI following report Our Father In heaven with whose will In all things we are in humble accord has called dearlyhtdovedWilliam Clare whom death claimed on February 1 1903 It is our fervent happyinRedeemer whom he faithfully served in his life Geniesrotm in mind InI heart and in hand William Clare hind endeared himself to all who had fare pleasure of his association and particularly so to his brothers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of wlhieh sodiety ho was one of its first members in this city For our order and its name he had borne the effortslaying tOte foundaltlon is due much of the success that has attended the works anti growth of tjhe order in our city and State The members of the A 0 II deeply mourn his death fettling that thereby time order has sustained an immeasurable loss the country of his adoption the loss of a staunch and rlghteous citizen IreIland the loss of an honorable ex rinrplary and patriotic son and the family Mo separation from a gentle kind and loving father who was respected by nil men In humble submission Jio the will of God be it- Resolved Ey Division 1 A 0 II of Jefferson count Kentucky that the sincere sympathy of its members is with the family of our deceased brother in this sorrow and be it furtherResolved Thnt the foregoing memorial be ndoptcd as the expression of this division and spread tllJonii thei minutes of this meeting that aII copy be sent to his bereaved family and to our official national and State papers the National Hibernian and the Kentucky Irish AmericanII The report was adopted by an unanimous vot- eSWELL SMOl EUII Brought Crowd to Meeting- of I New Albany Knights 1 of Columbus It was only the select set that belongs I to the Knights of Columbus in New Albany or Its prospective mem bers that er Joyed the smoker at nII in our sister city Friday night of last week But as a matter of fact quite a number of residents in Jefferson vllle belong to the New Albany Cour J cil and they too participated In the smokefest and enjoyed the literary exercisesAfter Lecturer Chris Relslng had wlcomed nil present to the entertain ment afforded a vocal quartette composed of Messrs Louis SteinI Noble Mitchell John Gohmann andI Simon Schaefer entertained with tine selections Rev Father George G Borrles Chaplain of the council delivered an address on Education It was o learned and earnest discourse It was followed by a recitation by C J McBarron Michael 0 Thornton delivered an address on Catholic Societies One of the hits of the evening was made by Charles F Pfeffer who gave a comic recitation on the German Alderman Ho had to respond to two encores Tho reg ular programme was concluded with an address on Good Citizenship delivered by Rev Father Curran pastor of Holy Trinity church After the regular programme was concluded quite a number of theI Knights were called on for Impromptu speeches While many of the New Albany Knights had their say Ber nard Coil and his cohorts of Jotter Bonvllle held their peace but expect to to all the talking when their new council is established FATHER ROlIE DEOLINES Revr T Roche who was ten dered the position of editor of the New World the official organ of the Chicago archdiocese woe obliged to decline as Bishop Don bum did not want him to leave his d ocese rather Roche was offered a DVomotton but he decided to remain where he is now stationed at St llarys church Nebraska city J i A GATHERING Of Grand Directors oftho YBE g I nt Indianapolis Was Well Attended k Nearly Twelve Hundred Young Men Marched to the High lhtssaBusiness Session Initiation and Banquet Brought a Big Crowd IN FINE FINANCIAL CONDITION The ofthejurisdiietionhlll11 ntInliianllllOJiS 4 transactedRovnn tla nt T IT attcnded b parMcipatcd oftIIlCheldIIIcapitalThe s tJlCparlors President IndinnnpollspresidelJ w thoboardinludedXl1ofShelbrvilleIndVernonIndIndPre i OrnndSecretarjTerQuinlanTreasurerGrand re ID07thereceiptssince5140295 cash on laud February 29 theGrnndwere audited and accepted The com mittee on organization filed Its report showing that 57301 had teen athattablisped t atRichmondreportofand the continuetelegramofSupremePresident JohnTGranJBoardtinue lib pork dcoukfcl to divide he treasury Into two parts leaving 60 inuposesandcouncils M 030 oclock the Oxiard adjourned to meet nt noon but 03 thathourmeet nt the call of the chair 1hoGraudwhere bdtween 1100 and 1200 Y M rs were a rarting their coming All marched to St Johns church and it was conceded ithat Indianapolis had never hofore witnessed such a procession of Catholic young men Ihir FatherGaviskLoiing Mens Institute His advice was listened Ito attentively and every I word he uttered sank deep into the hearts of the young men assembled hater the entire assemblage marched to the monument and wwre photo graphedAt oclock all reassembled at onilinson hull where the sevenmouncils held a joint initiation The ceremonies continual during the greater part of time afternoon In the evening at 730 oclock time Y 1I h banquet was held alt the Ger man House with time Hon William fit Fogiirtj as master of ceremonies nd toastmaster Plates were llaud for 501 and there was not a vacant scat at the table rii The Right They Bishop ODonoghuc auxiliary to Bishop Oliaitanl invoked the blessing and delivered an address of welcome After the sumptuous repast lied been disposed of Toast master Forarty introduced Oscar fJ Barry who spoke on Our Motto Ir Barry Is President of Sherman rol1Icil and auntie an excellent 1m iresslon W P Cosgrovo delivered Itn address on Who We Arc happy Jack Troy of Capital Council sang a comic song of his own imposition Our Silver Jubilee Fit was twice encored and each time had a new and an original song Grand President Robert M Reilly made a brief address thanking the members forJtheir attendance Mldiael Rafterv gave several comic recitations and W hoary Gallagher President of Detroit Council delivered a brilliant talk on The Catholic American Rev Father Bryne followed with a talk on time Y M I From a Clergy mans Standpoint After that short mptiomptu addresses were made by Qpresentaitives of every one of Indianapolis seven branches A full orchestra discoursed national airs between due various toasts and recitations Grand Secretary Rdsz of New Albany declares that the meeting of the Grand Board the initiation and the banquet were all successful but he urns more particularly impressed with the sermon of Father lavlsk in the morning BALTIMORE TO CELEBRATE Catfliollcs of Baltimore will cede brmte the centenary of its elevation ti to an archdiocesan See Sunday May 3 On the same day Cardinal Qlb bona will consecrate Monsignor OConnell the present head of the WnshingtoiiastItJuln1 prelates from every part of the country will attend time tfoletrm xere aonles 0 1 KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflH Beyoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlahor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 petered at the Louisville Postofflcc at Seconddas natter Address ill Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Westt Greta St LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY MARCH 7 1908 TilE TROVER SPIRIT b Mackln Council has begun an un dertaking of unusual Importance in the appointment of a committee to look into the advisability of estab lishing n Junior Rank IBie idea is to make provision for Catholic boys who hove not retchedl the age of admission Ito the order Boys between the ages of fifteen and eighteen need care and attention They arc at that ago when they are at a fork in the road one way leads to gentility the other to itooodlumtsni If Macklns members can find a way to help the boys their lead will be followed allover 1 America ONE WON OVER The Emerald of Mancherfter X H says The Carlow Nationalist con- Tentions k selectingof McMurrougto r Kavanagh as oandWatc for the Par liamentary vacancy is significant lIe t was an cxtemblve landholder in Lelnster but has sold his estates He is the son and heir of Kavanagh of BorriB who in the Disraeli period wan leader of the Irish Unionist and landlord party He himself was a Union ist candidate for East Galway In 1886 but joined the Dunraven movement Becoming convinced that the devolution would not work he has d now declared for home rule and signed the pledge Of the Irish party It Js to be hoped thnt 5fr Kavanagli will stick to his party through thick and tHin IRISH UNITY t At Monaglmn Ireland two weeks ago P J Shelly delivered an address before the NewMss Catholic Club Ills subject was Characteristics of- T the Celt After telling of many cy plolts iof Irishmen in every quarter of the globe not overlooking ithe fat that an Irish Franciscan was the first priest to reach Bardstwvn Ky ho gave ithetn this admonition regarding their faults You sill I hope for give what may be termed boldness on my part if after extolling Celtic virtue I Should dwell on some of our faults Some of those faults can best be remedied artd are being remedied by the clergy But there is one weakness ihowever much we dislike hearing of it which is equally dU adtrous ito our national honor and Progressthe spirit of dissension Nor is this spirit of recent growth k it seems at all times inherent In the national character No doubt we have conflicting elements in our population particularly In the worth IWe have Protestants and Catholics Celts and AngloSaxons and It is not therefore unnatural that a discordant note should sometimes be heard Thanks to a changing enlightenment a better feeling now has manifested s Itself But what Js really to be de plored Is that spirit of dissension that exists amongst IriShmen whose t interests are identical You have seen this unIrish and unOatholic spirit displayed from time ito time In your midst and to my astonishment and U disgust I have witnessed it abroad This feeling has been the cause of bitter feelings of long life enmities and it has been a potent factor ii keeping the nialtionrl cause nit an teternal standstill It is a remarkable anda deplorable fact than Irishmen r at home and abroad have their prejudices their jealousies their clannish antipathies their vo d cabulary of abuse against each other Are we not all in the North and In the South as in the East and West Irishmen with the same hopes and aspirations and struggling for the tsame reward 1 Isis point is well taken The Irish ought to be united But are we Irish any worse off than any other coun try as regards unity We have Democrats Republicans Socialists and Prohibitionists in the United andttare quarreling Germany has its Right Left and Center contingents French Italian Spanish and Australian politicians c agree to disagree but if Irishmen tall out over a question of political equity ithey are condemned by the whole rorld Caleb Powers wiho foam had a varlegnted assortment of sentences in Ms various trials for complicity dn the murder of Gov Goebel says he expects to be pardoned by Gov Willson And thlat to will then become a canOidata for Congress from the Eleventh diotriot of Kentucky If lie ire not guilty wtoit need has he to oreekts xtanlon If he is guilty why slwukl he reeka pardon and why ebould lie be pardoned Poor old Diogenes the Greek philosopher is going to get a new job For eep turtea he has been hunt ing for an Ihonest man Louisville emooratewould tike to employ 111mI n u a II ij thatjI Nutt or Representatives Mueller or Lilian for changing their votes In the United States Senatorial race The holocaust of innocents at Cleveland Ohio last Wednesday is to be deplored This Is no time for fault finding Similar catastrophes have occurred in many cities and in many countries We can only sym pathize with the parents of the un fortunate children and we can pray that such a calamity may never happen In Louisville TQie pension business Is being run in the ground The latest attempt fo work the people is a bill offered In the Kentucky Legislature to pen sion exConfederate soldiers Tno cities and counties of the State tak care of their aged and infirm mil no additional burden should be placed on the taxpayers The time to stop the pension business is now Rev M P Hunt pastor of the Twentysecond and Walnut Btnoets Baptist church the same man who engaged small boys to act as doter tives In his endeavor to close saloons has declined a call from a Baptist congregation at Springfield Mo In this case Springfields loss is not Louisvilles gain Slowly disconsolately but surely the Democratic hens that left the panty last fall are coming back to roost They are all welcome but how we miss the eggs laid in a Republican nest Irish capitalists in Dublin have organized the Irish General Insurance Company Heretofore Irish capital has been invested dn British secur ities MADE WELCOME Former Teacher of Music Paid Visit to St Marys College St Marys College Marion county was honored ithis week by a visit from one of Americas most dis tinguished musicians in the person of Jtev J E Bourget of Irwin 111 Fattier Bourget was professor of music at St Marys College from 1893 to 1697 and during that time had acquired quite an enviable reputa tion as one of the foremost musicians of Kentucky Ills ability however extended beyiond the confines of Dixie Land and he obtained an equally envious renown in the far distant Xorth Canada the country of his blrlth where he completed hit theological studies at St Jeromes College Berlin Canada Once a Kentuckian always a Kentuckian Is most emphatically applicable to Father Bourget Father Bourget in his address to us during his recital told us that though ex perienced in college life he could nut point to another college in which the fancily spirit the spirit of love and consideration was so unmistakably visible as at his old Alma Mater StCollegeFather recognition as a musician is by no means local he Is idolized by all Lower Canada the land of piety the country of Our good St Ann as the Priest Musi cianthe mu Jcan vjho bids the inanimate strings of brass and silver to remind all earthly lovers of har mony of the inefijablei sweetness of the celestial choirs No one there fore could show greater appreciation of his ability than his dear Alma CollegeSt such a dts liingmished son and thanks him for his expressions of gratitude and love Bourgettheirhis exceptional ability his truly in spired emotions his incomparable mastery over pliable keys and all Ihbpe that dear Father Bourget will again honor them with n repetition of visits visits whosa reverberations resound through the classic halls of Old to Marys This programme that followed was castle up of classic music and be tween each number one of Father Bourgcts compositions found place RECENT DEATHS The members of Mackin Counel sympathize with John Lynn whose LynndiedFriday night Besides her husband two small children survive her The funeral ook place from St Ceolliafl church Monday morning She had been 111 of pneumobla for a week and her denth was not anticipated until a short time before she passed away Robert Malone one of the oldest steamboat men about the three Falls daughter St Louis avenue Sunday morning and was buried from St Williams church Tuesday morning Th3 de ceased was seventy years of age and a native of County Galway Ireland but Nail resided In America more than half a century the prefater part of his life he made his home In Louisville but was on the river as engineer matteand captain Hlej waaucnown iafe every port on tiie Oho nct Ajlsrfasippl rivers r o r D2lIEDMiss Celia Liven has gone to New York for a stay of two weeks I Miss Mary Fkfod of Jetfersonville is visiting relatives In Louisville Mrs Guy Murphy of Parkland is visiting relatives in Indianapolis Miss Nannie Maloney of Seymour lad is visiting relatives In Jeffer I sonville Patrick Healy and his bride have returned to Jeffersonville from their wedding trip Mrs Charles Callahan of Portland is the guest of Mrs Ruth Loughmil ler at Indianapolis Mrs W A Tarpy is in New York as the guest of Miss Divan and will remain several weeks Misses Anna Blanche and Josephine McGill hltre gone ito New York to spend scnreral months Eric Oarrlco has returned from New Haven where he paid his an nual visit to his mother The Young Ladles Euchre Club has I discontinued nil social functions un till the Lenten season is over Miss Katharine Mattingly of the Highlands is visiting her cousin Miss Althaire Mattingly at Lebanon John Finn of 3514 Third avenue who received injuries in a recent street car accident is rapidly recov ering grandsonMasters of Mr and Mrs Pat Glynn at Indian apolisMiss EHa Dillon of 2023 Lytle streef entertained a number of her little friends with a mask party last Tuesday evening William Dougherty and Mrs Will lam Kelly of Oannelton Ind who visited friends In South Louisville have returned home Miss Dora OConnor has returned from a pleasnnt visit to Mlddletown where she wets the guest of Misses Maud and Katie Durr Miss LilUei Kearns of South Louisville has returned home from he visit to relatives in Lebanon New Haven and Bardlstown daughters for the Mardi Gras festivities They may not return for several weeks Thomas OHern who has been con fined to this home dn Jeffersonville from an attack of grip ahd fever is expected to be out inn day or two James M Trensy J T Sullivan and Frank Senn were among the number from this city who were sojourners at West Baden during ithe past week I Friends ofIMiss Carmel Mahoney who is at St Josephs Ipfirmary under treatment for rheumatism will be glad ito lelarn1 that she is improv ing Major Gen Michael Reichert of the Catholic Knights of America is confined to his home by an attack of grip Fortunately his illness is riot serious Capt Mike Dolan of the No 5 Engine Company who sustained serious Injuries at the burning of the Second Presbyterian church is stead ily improving Miss Carrie T Goodman and Daniel Mcllarry Hum verb wedded at Holy nightThel the ceremony Mrs Jack Gilbert one of the most popular matronis in Parkland and her little son Hite Gilbert have gone to Jackson Tenn to spend several weeks with relatives John J Barry editor of the New Haven Echo was the guest of his friend and namesake John J Barry of the Kentucky Irish American ut an informal dinner Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Frank Manus of New Albany are guests of the latter A sister Mrs Andreas Schlosser of Now Orleans They arrived Jn time for thq Mardi Gras festivities but will remain several weeks Mr and Mrs George Berry of Thirtysecond and Broadway have returned from a pleasant visit to St Vincents Union county where they were the guests bf the Rev Father Bernard A Cunningham and his sister Miss Lizzie Cunningham They were delighted wdtih their visit and declare that St Vincents is the most beautiful spot in Kentucky Mr and Mrs John McCoy who spent the first days of their honey moon at New Orleans have con tinued their trip to California and will not return for several weeks Mrs McCoy was formerly Mrs John Campbell of 2101 Griffiths avenue The groom whs also well and favorably known in the West End The marriage ceremony was performed at St Cecilias church Thurs day evening of last week The wedding was quite a surprise to their friends BCiss Feral Oox entertained party of friends at her home 526 Hancock AmongthoseR Bowling Mary L Box Stella Nolan Mary L Recktenwald Chris tine Kruse Alma and Mary Donnelly WeldekampMCR81S Cnmpbe11JohnRussell All present enjoyed a pleas ant evening and declared that Miss Cox was a delightful hostess Miss Margaret McKenna of Fair field Ky and sine of the most charm ing girls in the State enjoyed the Mardi Gras festivities alt New Orleans tufts week The Catholic Jour nal at Memphis under date pf a1IaretWaHhdloughter Walsh entertained With cards on last Saturday night art honor of her cpuest Jltes Margaret MeKenno of hallivasI o 0 I can beauties The parlor was dfcicor sited with Easter lilies The library and dining room where ithe tables were set were decorated in red gUetStsipresent Miss MargKe Walsh was ago stated in recehting by the Misses SambUcetti A threecourse dinner was served The entertainment lasted until midnight Later in the week Visa McKenna und Miss Walsh went preLentenSir and Mrs Thomas McGuire were given a surprise party in honor o the third anniversary of their mar riage at their home 2200 Fourth avenue Tuesday night Euchre and dancing mere the features of the evening Those present were Misses flay1rcGuireMay Couchmnnt and Messrs Henry Lett John McGuire Messrs and Mesdames James Couchman Frank McGuire Sr Conrad Wallschmldt and Frank McGuire Jr MACKINS MEN Will Have Another Lively Debate According to Schedule The attendance at Mackln Council Y M I Tuesday night was fair but there was a great amount of busi ness transacted Five new members were elected and ten applications weire received The Visiting Commit tee reported that live members were still on the sick list A communication from the Supreme President urging the members to do their utmost to increase the membership and build up the order in Kentucky jurisdic tion was read The President also commended Mackin Council for the spirit previously shown The Opera Committee reported that satisfactory progress was being made in rtfliearsals It was decided to hold meetings of the council MI nightduringdecided to pay a social visit to Trin ity Council in the near future Before the meeting adjourned it DebatingCudtomorrow afternoon The question to be discussed is Resolved That tide Government should own ami operate the railroads Frank Morgan and John Kinney will uphold the affirmative while Shirley CunSff and Thomas Bachman will espouse the negation The debate will be hfill in the club house at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon LITTLE ONES Led Procession In Front of Blessed Sacrament on Sunday Tiny boys and girls larger boys and girls with mischief leaking from eyelashes singled ment when it was carried in the pro cession that opened the devotion of thfii forty hours at St Louis Bertrands church last Sunday The Rev Father Flood O P was cele brant of the mass with Father Dunn as deacon and Father Clirlsmns sub deacon Father Clark was master of ceremoniesDominicans have a habit of doing things well but the ceremonies lust Sunday surpassed anything ever attempted in St Louis Bertrands church The lights the simple yet ornate decorations the solemn music ithe boys and girls the dig nity of the clergy were enough to attract devotion from an infidel but the Blessed Sacrament was there besides e Grandmothers and grandfathers uncles aunts and cousins iwere there ThleJsBurkest Dermotts Monahans Faheys Mc Guires Kennedys OConnors T lbots Morgans and others all with Irish names as they passed by They were all Irish children and in feature costume and demeanor Ithe boys were girlsThe Tues day night when the procession of Sunday was repeated and tha entire congregation jjoined witti the choir rrnlseIIolCARDINALS APPEAL Two weeks age when Cardinal Gibbons was the guest of honor at a meeting of the Knights of Columbus Washington D Coo he appealed nut only to the 500 Knights assembled but to the entire body scattered over an immense part of the world He appealed to tire Knights Ito give an additional contribution to the Oath olic University at Washington His Eminence referred to the former gift made by the order to the uni versity in rthls way If you were ibut 80000 strong when you con tributed a sum of 50000 surely now In your membership of 200000 you can raise the 500000 which has been youdotion will go dawn inlto history and will be Cherished for all time by menibers of the faith MARTYRED PRIESTS FUNERAL The funeral of Rev Father Leo Heinrichis who seas assassinated by an eniaronisti while giving holy com munfion in St EUzabethls church Denver Col Sunday February 23 was held in Paterson New Jersey last Monday morning The church was crowded and fifty police were required to prevent the edifice from being overcrowded The Right Rev Bishop OConnor inns present In the sanctuary but the solemn requiem mass sits celebrated by Rev Father Blecke Provincial of the Franciscan order The ifunmil mfca the largest held In the history of Paterson EXPLAINED It is stated that certain young men of the southern part of the xsity are taking quite an interest in music patldiculnrly operas slice the recent roduation of the Merry Milkmaids I in Jeffersonville at least that Is the 1 excuse offered for three nigh a week spent on the Indiana shore The tofltitinlg on JealcoTi Jim and Farmer Jtm4s about even while Cousin Eddie Is looked upon by the wise as the candy kid I LAST CUTPRICE SALE O- FBOYSH And Youths PANTSKNEE 50c and 75c Pants 25c 75c and 1 Pants SOc 125 and 150 Pants 75c 175 and 2 Pants 100 LONG PANTS IN 5 LOTS 150 and 2 Pants 100 250 and 3 Pants 150 350 and 4 Pants 200 Standf 5 Pants 250 S5 and 6 Pants 300 LEVYSTHIRD T KOKUIEVS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even ings and Wednesday matinee THE MAN OF THE HOUR Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee Louis James in Merry Wives of Windsor WHERE THE CROWDS G- OlOcHOPKINSIOc Largest Movlar Picture Theatre Ila the World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCEF- rom 1230 to 1030 P M Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Change of Program Snnday and Thursady 0000Home Phone 5687 Comb Main 484y HENRY FU6HS FLORIST Funral Designs and Flowers for all occasions RGEENHOUSES Charles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building 00000DRAMATIC INSTRUCTION Private instruction In elocution and dramatic art in all branches Special attention given to Shakespearean character studies Assistance given lodges societies etc in the presen tation of amateur plays and enter tainments Terms reasonable Address JOSEPH E HILL 1025 Preston St Louisville Ky KNIGHTS OF COLilBliS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Louisville Councils celebration Monday night was a grand success At Ann Arbor Mich the Rev Father Edward D Kelly pastor of St Michaels church has laid the plans for establishing a Knights of Colum bus Home at the University The new hall of Utica Council has been thrown open to the public Hundreds of Knights attended the formal blessing by Rev Father Will- Iam H Griffin of New Hartford New York last week State Deputy M M Purcell of Colorado presided over the institution of a new council at Sallda in that State last Sunday Visiting Knights to the number of ICO came from every point of the compass to attend the celebration At 1130 oclock a special mass was celebrated for the Knights WAITING FOR THE DAY When Bernard A Coll Treasurer of the Jeffersonville Division of Hibernians walked into the meeting Tuesday night he was given a tremendous ovation He lead been ill for a week and his friends were anxious to see him out again Bernard Coyle Chairman of the St Pat ricks Day Oommittee reported that everything was in readiness for the proposed celebration that good speakers had peen secured excellent musical talent Invitations had been sent out and that all now lacking was the arrival of March 17 GODS CARE John Ruskin the author and phi losopher writes thUD of Gods goodness r God is a kind Father lie sets w all in the places where He wishes employmentle chooses work for every creature flhloh will Ibe delightful to them If they do it simply and humbly IIe ives us always sense enough and strength enough for whatt JETe wants vis to do if we either tire ourselves br puzzle ourselves it Is our own Milt And we may always be sure whatever two tare doing tiaat wo cannot I be pleasing Him if we are nor afppy ourselves rS STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years Yr1OIlJtsTOItE I THE EASIEST WAY TO FURNISH A HOME I IISTO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE NEW HOUSEHOLD CLUB You can then select from the large stock of CARPETS FURNITURE LACE CURTAINS UPHOLSTERY ETC And the payments are arranged to suit your conveni ence you have the benefit of the exclusive lines and immense assortments and pay no more than the usual low cash prices Inquire of salesmen in the Furniture Carpet Upholstery Department or at thelCharge office where full particulars will be given HOUSEFURNISHINGS Basement BASEMENT BARGAINS IN THE HOUSEFURNISHING DEPARTMENT v Bissells Carpet Sweepers Standard best quality brush regular 189 value Special 159 Bissells Carpet Sweepers Grand Rapids II cyco bearings light easy runningSpecial at 250 Toilet Paper finest quality tissueSpecial 6 for 25c Washing Machines The Majestic Washer made of best quality cedar wood wire hoops guaranteed not to fall off regular 749Special at 649 Clothes Pins extra quality Hardwood Clothes Pins smooth finishSpecially priced at 10c per hundred Japanned Bread Box nicely finished and stenciled Specially priced at 25c Door Mats good quality brushSpecially priced at 100 J STEWART DRY GOODS CO loooeporat1 IK CONNECTION WITH JAMES HcCREEJBV fr Ii4i MEW Y- OIILPIANOS 1 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 The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEGRO RIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated a saoo FOUR1 H AVENUE 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 BRUNNTHE JEWELER 530 West Market Street Albert T Schranz Co v REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES M01 nE Y TO LOANCUM PHONE MAIN 27y Room Ijf law Bdgij Center and Green + oNO ee- M I rIPURALKJDistilled I Lemon Soda Wild Cherry Phosphate Chocolate Cream I Merchants Ice Gold Storaget Go Mfrsr 618 Seventh S- tNiN A i LIEDERKRANZ HALL WEEK OF MARCH 9t- p The Great Zartoon- sIn tp Great Acts of Mystery with a Big Vaudeville Show Giving an exhibition of sleightof hand andmind reading at every performance ADMISSION 25 CENTS MATINEES TUESDAY THURSDAY SATURDAY HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYMERCHANT TAILOR 426 West Walnut Street Between 4th and Stj J CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING of Ladles and GeBtleaeiTsfcrieiits 1 I Take Out the Grease and Put in the Crease C ll- tt pI I I iPccJ3Ft IRISH i1EBIciSN I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE f H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky U u Gran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 1 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 tIDtI McELLIOTTtt Funeral Directors anif EmbalmersIji Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS tt- All Calls Answirtd Promptly Day or NightI+ 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t+ +++ + ++ + + t + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERSvS3S East Main Street J E TRACY T H STRADB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrl STREETShort+11 11111 H 111111 111111 THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarrlagelpurniahed 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Offictf K6W St Catherine BothPhnAy CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY llFLORAL DESIGNS 033 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY HUNOLD DUAI tin IN 7 Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Heae Pbnae 43311 540 W WALNUT IHERRMANN BROe r IMPORTBR3 PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands ef Yen tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telepfceac 1UI 234 Sixth Street I k drlayedbyaffected two hours after they have been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kyy Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant JefJersonville Ind Phone 655 JAMES A 1 WELSH PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET All the now Fall Styles and shapes can bo found hero at reasonable prices WILL TEACH DRAMATIC ruT Joseph E Hill one of Itoulsvilles most popular elocutionists has an nounced this intention of giving prIvate lessons in elocution and all ranches of the dramatic art 3Ir Hill is a graluafe of St Xavlera College nnd has won many en- comIums for his dramatio work lie expects to make a speciality of in Shakespereareanprepared to lend assistance to lodges societies and clubs contemplating dramatic entertainments r GREAT DEBATE Momentous Question Wil BcArsured at Mackin Council Rather n momentous question IIs that chosen for argument by the members of Macldh Council Debat Club tomorrow afternoon It is Tfliat State Governmentlingabolished and that all powers be In the National Government T vo weeks ago the club house was crowded to hear the debate be tween the members on time respective merits of prohibition and high li cense It Is unnecessary to say that another large crowd will be on ham- lime 1 tomorrow debaters will b Sherley Cunlffe and Patrick King for the affirmative while lien J San 1 and R Lee Fisher will support the negative These debates are awakening re newed interest among time members mnjovIty u for their leaders The debate tomorrow is one not only of State and national but of world wide im beebusyLive arguments into slmapeii AMATEURS TO IKKFOIIM The young ladies nod gentlemen ot Holy Trinity church New Albany are prexirlng for a delightful enter wiHbecomed3drthtnnlege Among those wlio arc to ako part are Misses Klizabeth Kelly Katherino Cormnllv Mary Burke TerstergeMaymo t Sohaefer Winifred McLaughlin TII lian Russell Lot the Smith Ann Hurley Elizabeth Mulloy and Mtirv ODonnell Messr lKdwnrd flrejyolri1 fharles Burke Herman Vornln An draw Connell Louis Russell Edwnnl Gibson Bernard Mulloy Joseph Inl lon Thomas Connell lou Hammer John Schaefer Will llirr Thomas Rus VIIIIustlrFORTY nouns The annual Forty Hours adoration will begin nt the high mass at Sacro 1 Heart church tomorrow morning ailwill close Tuesday mornling Tlln Rev Father Walsh made a strong appeal to ails parishioners last Sun day to bo in attending the devotions during tune throe days thnt the Blessed Sacrament would be ore paced Since this beloved pastor never makes a vain appeal to his people it is certain that all tlii services will be well attended MISSED THE PRIZES Alex Vqenemaj one of the most energetic clerks in time L and X law department is finding out early In life that men are doomed to disappointment Still he has pluck and ii is willing to trytr3i again Last week he went to Cincinnati ostensibly tlo faring back several prizes from the American bowling tournament lie returned empty handed but smiling He is loud in praise of the treatment accorded visitors by tin Clncmnnti bowlers During his dtay In the Queen City Mr Veenemwn paid u visit to his aunt Sister Mary Dyanplma at the Ursullne Convent GOING TO MEET PAPA Mrs Charles L Cnte and childrenI will leave for Panama ttmtorrow tn join her husband vlio IIs engaged in Government work on the Isthmus The family did not contemplate mak lug time trip so soon but the father is very anxious to see hits twin babies Mrs Cato and her little ones will be accompanied ns far East as Net York by her sister Mrs James T Galliff n Last Sunday the prosper live voyagers were entertained b Mrs R W Schlachter of 1120 1 Barr avenue DAUGllTKIt OF UEOIMEXT Lieut John Xadorff of the UniI form flank C K of A is firmly convinced that the Daughter of tilt Rdgiment has arrived in the person of a pretty little maid that tins come to stay sit his home nrvUJ Eighteenth- street Little Nellie Victoria will bu christened nt St Anthonys church tomorrow afternoon and her godparents will be Miss Victoria XadorfI and David Gnrvey TRINITYS XEXT DANCE Trinity Council Y M L will give one of its enjoyable dances at tIll club house 718 East Gray street next Wednesday evening Severn1 hundred invitations have been sent out to friends of Trinity and a large crowd is promised The committee In charge of arrangements is made u of President James B Kelly V K Bcker A M Klefer B A Mortihorst Henry Beckman F Brignmn Leo Wine Jerome J Drlscoll and A B Hulskamp MNALLY IS INSTALLED Superititontlent Railroad Companys dining car serv Superlntendent Pensacolaa most exclusive social organizations Mr McNally Is still suffering from injuries to his collarbone received In a wreck several months ago He has written friends in Louisville to announce that he Iis favorably impressed with Florida and Ida new birth- UNCONFIRMED RUMOR It Is currently rumored in Oathollu circles that Monsignor Denla OCpn nell Rector of the Catholic Univer sity at Washington and recently elevated to the episcopacy Is to bo made assistant to Cardinal Gibbons In the government Of time arch onslgnotOConnellTitular Bishop of Setoaste soon lifter Eafcter Thus far the rumor of his Cardiqais1 SECRETLY WEDDED An authenticated rumor has it that a rising young railroad man came down from Cincinnati this week and married one of Iouisvilles popular young lady stenographers Tho wedding was so very quiet that the names have not been made public J u- r 4- s a e SOCIETY DIRECTORYy 1A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month MvMulloyVice Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Finncgan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford 1Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch nnoyScrgeantntArmsJames Sentinel William Nosh- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan MackeyFinancialTreasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergC3n1UltArms1ntrle Begley DIVISION 4 oOlaJpDertrand President John H Hcnnessy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary 7 Frank P Burke Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmqlohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSOXVILLE fleets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at 1faus Hall KinneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantntArmsBernard Coyle Y M I MACK1X COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin E Walsh Corresponding Secretary Thoirtas Bachman Financial Secretary Frank 0 JdamsTrensurerDnn Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy 7UtACAULEYS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENINGS Little Johnny Jones WHERE THE CROWDS GO IDc HOPKINS IDe Largest Moving Picture Theatre la the World CONTINUOUS PEKFORAUNCE From 1230 to 1030 P M Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Chaug of Program Sunday and Thurs ay All time young ladfrs sire on the alert acstheycpass ssiy you denrT JUDGE VAUCHIAN AWAY Judjfro W Nicholas 1augluwhas been called to Oreensburg to attend time bedside of his venerable another who is Supposed to be at deaths door i MAJORITYmTime religious census of Rhode Is land shows that the Roman Catholics number 7000 over members of all other denominations of the State combined JULIUS HECKMANN IMPROVES At last accounts Julius V Beck mann Secretary of time Retail Mcr chants Association who sustained serious injuries in a fall at Cincin hikpspeedy recovery is predicted PRIZE DRAAVJNO lA grand drawing for the benefit of St Pauls school win beheld ai the school house Jackson and Ken nlgI1tQu1to causeeis a worthy one MISSION AT ST JOSEPHS Beginning at the late mass at St Josephs church Washington nil Webster jstrectsc at 10 oclock this morning time Rev rattlers Titus and Paul of Chicago ill open time second week of their mission hick will be for the men SENIOR PRELATE The passing of the late Archbishop Murphy of Hobart at the age of ninetytwo makes the Right Rev Bishop Murray of New South Wales the senior prelate of v the Southern Heml phwe Bishop Murray was born in Ireland in 1828 and was or dained in Rome In 1852 POLICE WHO SAVE No class of city employes In New York save so much out of their sal Captainsas shown by the amount of real estate they own and Investments they make nilAlK SQUEAKY SHOES squeakingmark U D r NEW STAR Young American Girl Bids For Honors in Musi cal World It is seldom that Rome witnesses an event of such importance to Italy and America as the forthcoming de but of Miss Mignon Xevnda Pnhnr who is to make her initial appear ance within n few weeks The new prima donna is tin America girl and Xemhlnntli i Of her voice rind acting In time sleep walking scene of La Somnnmbula She appeared in the same company with Madame Patti but on alternate nights during the ourl80loI Miss Mignon Xevnda us she will doughterI American man of uneauK Her mother now known us Madame Nevada was Miss Stella Nixon girlinheritsent In voicn anti histrionic art and is exceedingly handsome Her debut will be made at the Costaiix Theater in opensMadame friend of Madame Nevada and Mmlnni Navarro our own Mary Anderson will both visit Rome to witness tin youngAmerican LOSES LOVELY CHiLl Little Miss Kthol Martin Wino the 4en yrars old daughter of Col and Mrs Matt J Wlnn passed away lam Sunday night Her dfntli resulted front acute spinal meningitis from daysIt children that caused Col Whin n return home from New Orleans Kverythlng known to medical sclniro and all thnt loving care could do were done for iUie little sufferer but in vain To make tthe incident more thin usuallysad one of her little sisters and her aunt Mrs 111J thtlcircumstances the funeral of the thlCathedrn irhumnrge circle of friends In their bereavement NEWPORT KNIGHTS ELECT Xowport has u new council of Ithe knights of Columbus and severalof nmaayintendsbers Tlio roster of officers IH as follows Grand Kniglit Dr Joseph Reunion Destiny inind Knight 11 IIlnlyHeorllerclal Secretary Ltmis Rouscher Treasurer Thomas ONeill Sr Lei iturer Gym Mahcr Advocate John W leave Wunlen Edward Robin GehringOmttt J Costigau and Charles McDermott The first initiation will be held tomorrow PAID BRIEF VISIT Col Frank M Fisher Postmaster at Paducah and a well known memo her of the Knights of Columbus daysthisWashington C Jfr Fisher has many friends in tills city HACK JO EUROPE The official records for the InililStates Immigration Bureau show that for every twentyfive iambi grants arriving in this country during the first fortyfive days of the present year ninetysix people left time United States to return to their homes abroad BOYS BEHAVED WELL earlyhourLouis Newsboys Home a building conducted by the Rov Father Dunne Ilho eightyeight stooping boys were- awekenel hurriedly fressed and marched from time burning building without mlisha Time flames were extinguished after a loss of i00 KNIGHTS AT EUCHRE The Kiijghts of St Ed war s Com mandery Knights of St John will give a euchro at Pfisters Hall Monday evening February 24 The game will bo called ot 8 oclock sharp All the friends of tam cominandery ore invited to be present The admis shun fee will be only tiwentyfive cents JOINT COMMITTEE TONIGHT The Joipt Committee of the ithroo orAl councils of the Y M I will meet in regular session at Satoll Councils Hall Sixth and Breckin rIdge streets this evening A full attendance is desired so that further arrangements for the moonlight excursions may be made HOME FROM PAR EAST Walter Flannngan who was lion orably discharged after serving four years in the United States army in the Philippines is visiting his brother Joseph Flannagan 1107 Constitution street New Albany Ho has many interesting stories to tell of life in the dar East CLERGY TAKE REST Tlio Riglit novoP A Ludden Bishop of Syracuse Rev Father T J Coniwny of Skaneateles the Rev Father McLaughlin of Binghamton and the Rev Father Doody of Utica N Y are spending a four weeks vocation on the island of Nassau off the coast of Florida SOLON VISITS CITY Hon Jeremiah lA Sullivan who represents Madison county in the Kentucky House of Representatives and who is regarded OB tone of the most intelligent and energetic mem hers of either branch of the General Assembly spent last Sunday m Louisville ST MARTINS BAZAR A big bazar for the benefit of the debt fund of St Martins church will be held in the hall at Shelby and Gray streets on March 2 and 3 Ladles workingbard r FRANK FEURXBREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUIS7ILLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 1913Trn WIEDEMANNBREWING n Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers 4 Soldat all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BYISENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOE FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHEREHO- ME PHONE 7661 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOEQTELCOINCORPORATIID BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CII0ICE Cut BloOms1Plants and Designs at RIGHTPRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sistersof Mercy of JeCersonvllle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reae enable For further particulars apply o MOTHbR MARY REGIN nERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellerionvllle lad OFFICE 6BR999TO128 TO DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR NrJJ COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET paperbooksetc1 sulphurfumes talnsa Olllce Hours Home Phase 9 to 4 6127 i OR J FRANK SULLIVA- NDENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Ulve your boys preparethem ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Losfavitle Ky Conducted by tbe XanrlaD Brothers OsMlcal 5 ientUic and Bu lnu Coura Prepantory Department Iarge 6lmmln p01 VeimEquippe d- lymneium Term Moderate Bro ames DI- tPETER y M AANDRIOT 8018 WWAGON MANIIFACTIIRERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJII J P Uti DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Pkonao 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CISARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Pot Lunch frm9toS 4 V REE I 1 TUOKX KRJ8H AMEJO i r END OF SEASONS SLAUGHTER SALE AT THE BIG STOREMeas and Boys High Grade Clothing at prices never heard of before for the style and workmanship 1275Cui s an 1575and 1975 Dont delay any longer You may be too late Come now and see how far your dollars will go ITHE BIG STORE 424 West Market St Between 1 Foirth and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I Distilled Water Llthla Water Club Soda Ginger Ale Vichj1 Cola Lemon Soda Wild Cherry Phosphate Chocolate Cream Merchants lei Cold Storage Cott Mfrs 618 Seventh St e 4 JEWELRY BARGAINS In 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9th and 10t- hr i TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1282 HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUA- RANTEEDMURPHYDAN IMERCHANT TAILOR 420 West Walnut Street B tween 4th and Stb 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 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 improvements 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 pric- esIScSONGEHER 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Albert To Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES a ldONEY TO 10ANBUMB HONE MAIN 27y Room I Law Bid l Center and Grim t t i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News f Notes Division 2 held a good meeting last night and talk of the Marching Club evoked enthusiasm Division 1 of Minneapolis gave a complimentary entertainment to its members last Tuesday night Division C of Springfield Mass has accepted the architects plans for the erection of a building to cost 50000 Milwaukee Hibernians havo secured the Pabat Theater the largest in the city for their St Patricks day celebrationThe n Council of Lowell Muss has been Incorporated and steps are being taken for the crea tlon of a new home Division t will hold its regular seml monthly meeting Monday night The last meeting of Division 1 this month will be held next Friday Members of Ladles Auxiliary Die vision 2 of St Paul presented ti President MM Margaret Carey with a handsome sot of Havlland china Division 8 of Manchester N II celebrated its first anniversary anal the beginning of its second year by the initiation of sixteen candidates Work like that counts The Hibernians of Worcester Mass are planning for a big parade on St Patricks day and a night celebration in Mechanics Hall when Rev James P Curran of Holyoke Will be the orator The division and auxiliary of Janesville Wis will celebrate tltr feast of their patron saint by attending high mass in a body at St Patricks church and in the evening will have a banquet Hon T S Hogan of Wellston Ohio Countyboardcandidate for National President of the order Mr Hogan has served two terms as State President County President John McCarthy of New Haven Conn is making great efforts to have the coming conven tion and State parade to be held in that city the greatest Irish demon stration ever held in New England and that iis saying a good deal Qver COO couples attended the annum ball of Division SI of Boston the proceeds of which largely in creased the sick and death benefit fund County President John Dillon and the officers of Ladies Auxiliary 9 were special guests of the evening The eighteen auxiliaries in Alle gheny county held their annual recaption at Mellwood Auditorium with more than 1200 present It was the most successful afifalr yet held by times organization The programme fortyfiven luncheonNot than 500 People witnessed the installation of the officers of the Ladies Auxiliary Division 13 in CountyPresidentsented with hhndsoino articles in eat glass while trite newly installed President and Vice President were presented wijth handsome vases and flowers in abundance INITIAL DRILL Hibernians Rifles to Be Put Through Their Paces- Tomorrow Col Joseph IcGllln will drill the recruits for the Hibernian Jttflcs at Itartraml hull at 4 oclock tomor row afternoon It is expected lint about thirty members of the com pan y will be on hand for the initial drill It is hoped that the company will be so augmented from time 10 time that its membership will be loo ere long and that it will be able to make an excellent showing at Indian apolis next Hummer when the National convention is to be held Twenty years ago the Hibernian organizationforof the old members are still alive and as active ns In days of yore Some of the former members have sons large enough to enter the or ganization now and it is confidently believed lliht if the old members aliow the proper spirit that the younger Hibernians will not be far behind Wen begun is half done jou know so Col McGinn and Secretary Me Elliott arc particularly anxious for a large class at the first drill BAD WATER That Filter Seems to Have Gone On Unprovoked Strike Louisville people are asking cnci other What has become of that water filter that was going to beat work February 1 Has it quit Did it ever work Who can answer The water this week has Ibeen something fearful You got a fragment of a farm with each glassful If you had the temerity to draw a bucketful you got fragments of several farms Jut the people have to stand it If you make a kick your rate of discount is liable to a change to the detriment of your pocketbook Before the socalled reform era you received a rebate at the ratio of twenty cents on the dollar That Is If your bill was 1 you were let laMpromptlySebastian Zorn and others began to Investigate the alleged crookedness which they did not f nd U your bill Is 1 you have to pay ninetyfive cents If you pay promptly And the water is vile stale flat and unprof tablei HEM BUSINESS SESSION Division 1 A 0 H held o well attended meeting Friday night of last week and many matters of routine were disposed of President congratulated the members on the celerity with which they got rid of affairs coming before them The various reports of committees including the announcement of ar ta3 CountyBoardcelebrations of St Patrlcks day were approved The report off the Hull Committee did not find favor an3 ttie members were instructed to try again KNIGHTS OP COLUBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Washington Knights have arranged a series of lectures to be held bafori the Lenten season opens and t iit said that Cardinal Gibbons will bt one of the orators At Utica N Y the third degree will be conferred on n class of loll on Washingtons birthday This will bythatLoras Council of Davenport Iowa has donated 250 for the equipment i of the new laundry for St Vincent Home for which the Sisters anil orphans ore very grateful A class of eighty candidates re Syracatielastnlghlllfromthe initiation and then sat down tc an excellent lunch The third degree was conferred on a class of 100 at Auburn N Y Friday of last week Knights from Syracuse andother neighboring cities turned out in large muribprr to witness the initiation The council at Dayton Ohio has given 25 to tho Citizens Committee for the relief of the unemployed anll Grand Knight Brennhn has been instructed to pledge the council best efforts to aid the Mayor nnl other civic authorities in relieving the poor and distressed The Knights of all the councils in Maryland will assemble in Baltimore tomorrow afternoon to tender a re caption to Cardinal Gibbons It is expected that ills Eminence will deliver tin address of importance not only to the Knights of his own diocese but interesting to all mom bers of the order The rthrcc degrees will be conferred on n large class at Fort Wayne to morrow afternoon Louisville degree team will go to Covington tonight or tomorrow morn- Ing to assist District Deputy James Itogens of Lexington in conferring the third degree upon the new mom tiers of Newport Council Louisville Council will hold Its annual reception on the evening of Monday March 2- VETTING HEADY r Rehearsals For Mackins Next Opera Are About to Begin Arrangements for tthe production of A Mlle From Town by Mackin Councils Opera Company are rapidly asking shape The performance will not bo siren until May but Aulvu Kanston the composer Thomas 1n Clines Louis J Kieffer Prof Vincent Falisi and others in charge of the work declare that they will soon have a large chorus of good voices undci full training Those who have heard selections from the score and libretto say that the music is more tuneful and th r dialogue more sparkling than was that of The Dreamers which was given by the saute company tv year ago There are i quite a number of characters in the cost besides the large chorus It is predicted that socially and financially the opera this year will be a greater hit that the ono of lust year Mr Kanftton time composer will direct the rehearsals and with iiis artistic touch will see that nil is as near perfection as can be expected ot amateur performers before the opera is presented to tho public Las Tuesday night he presented Mackin Council with a large photograph of the full cast of the coinouny that presented The Dreamers a year ago The gift was graciously re ceived MOVABLE FEASTS Last Sunday was SoptuageBlma Sunday Wie dayon which time church begins to prepare for Easter From then until Easter the Gloria in Kx celsls is omitted in masses unless sumo special feast is to be celebrated Tomorrow will be Sexageslma Sun dayor sixth Sunday bef6re Easter Mardi 1 will be Qulnquagesirmv Sunday Lent will begin Ash Wednesday March 4 Passion Sunday falls on April 5 Palm Sunday on April 12 Faster Sunday on April 19 May 24 will be Rogation Sunday and the following Thursday will be Ascension day WhitSunday this year falls oi June 7 Trinity Sunday on June 15 and Corpus Christi on Tune IS AMUSEMENTS Little Johnny Tones one of George Cohans musical dramas will be tliiMTittrafotiou at Macauleys Thea Wcducsdaynmet wltl1l1ucccssererJWllercl Billy Van nn old antI favorite entertainer in Louisville will come to the Masonic Theater next week in the star role of Patsy In Politics Tills will bo one of the seasons best bills at this hfouso The motion pictures at Hopkins Theatre continue to draw large crwvdLs every afternoon tool night and every day tills week the hand some playhouse has been tilled from six to eight times Even for thoso golnttthecan not be eluded Where there Is tragedy the scenes are strong and performed by competent actors but It Is the comedy pictures that delight the women and children Lovers of good music too enjoy the illustrated songs Taking It all In all there Is no better or cheaper amusement In Louisville DRAMATIC INSTRUCTION Private Instruction In elocution and dramatic art In all branches Special attention given to Shakespearean character studies Assistance given lodges societies etc In the present ntion of amateur plays ami enter nliiniciit Terms reasonable Address JOSEPH E HILL 1025 Preston St Louisville Ky IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mrs James Fenly died recently at her home In Fnrthln near llallytrain and ttrn funeral took place at KJllaliere Dublin Is suffering from overcrowding In the tenement districts The aggregate export of porter for the year 1007 showed an increase of 12321 hogsheads The election in North Leitrlm for member of Parliament took plate yesterday From present indications iron C J Dolan will be returned by- a handsome majority The latest official census 1 fi authority for the statement that more than 600000 residents of the country speak the Gaelic language and at least 100000 more that speak the language an part Time Very Rev Canon Coyne of K ady has returned from London where he underwent a serious surgi cal operation On Iris return his people met him and presented him with a handsome Illuminated address All tine business houses in Wex ford were closed out of respect to the memory of the Itev Patrick OConnor administrator of that die cese The deceased was for many years a professor in St Peters College in Wexford Wnltwr MacMurrouph Kavanagh ol morris Houso County Carlow has been selected by the Irish Parlia mentary party to become its candi date to succeed the late John Hammond M P He dates his ancestry back 1000 years Dr George Hamill for many years dispensary physician at Monaster bolcfl has been elected Medical Director of the Drogheda Workhouse Lawrence Callen of Corbane Car rickmacross has been appointed to the Pence Commission for County Mormghan The people of Carloy and adjacent counties arci much distressed over the death of the Rev Mother Get trudo Kelly Superior General of the Brigidlne order Her death occurred at Tullow Convent She had been connoted with the Tullow Convent and was first Superior General of the order In addition to the numerous houses in Ireland over which slum presided she governed fourteen convents in Australia and two in New Zealand CIIOIK BANQUET Rev Father Cunningham Gave Delightful Supper- to Members The Rev Father Ilcrniml A Cun ningham formerly pastor of Holy Cross church this city certainly keeps things hustling wherever lie goes lie is now pastor nt St Yin cents station Wnverly Ky One of Ms chief prides is Ills admirable choir Und T his management the choir has increased in numbers anc has made man steps toward prifl clenlcy in church music Thursday evening of last week lather Cimninjarhnin tendered the choir a supper at his rectory and his sister Miss Llzie Cunningham spread a feast fit for the most fastidious epicureans oven though site wits away off in Western Kentucky Besides lather Cunningham the Jtcv Father 15 Wright of itVincent Academy graced the banquet board AfUr tbi gUsts had done ample justice to the stimptous spread the various members of the choir sang solos duets and choruses while others entertained with instrumental niuslf All departed declaring that Father Cunningham and his sister wIn delightful hosts IEGRI E WORK Joint Initiation of Hiber nians Apt to Draw a Big Crowd Louisville Hibernians will assemble from the four points of the compass next Thursday evening to assist at the joint initiation to be held under the auspices of Ute four local divis ions It is estimated that a class of not less than forty will receive the degrees and that each division will be well represented in the class of candidates Members of the order from Jeffersonville and New Albany have been invited to be present and no doubt quite a number will take advantage of time invitation Time initiatory ceremonies will be held In Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak and will begin promptly at 8 oclock Time han is that recently furnished by Division 4 and with a piano stage lights and generil equipment Is admirably adapted for the initiation It would appear now that time approaching ceremony will be one of the most elaborate ever conducted by the order in Loulsvlllt The degree team will be made lip of Judge Patrick T Sullivan David Reilly James Coleman and Austin E Walsh Their work will be nug mentcd by a cholfof at least 100 voices Every Hibernian in the city Is Invited to attend the initiation NEW DRILL GROUND a Companies A and C Uniform Rank Oaittoollc Knights of America have secured Phoenix lull Park for their drills in future and will assemble here on the night of tome second amt fourth Tuesday of each month Oiii of the features of the State convention ot the C K of A will be the twoJlocal companies olll Company U ot- nellevul Major Gen Kelchert ant Col McGinn desire w full assembly of the two companies at the new drill ground next Tuesday night LOST ONE LEG Frederick L Hayes n brakeman in the employ of the Monon railroad fell bwifioith a train of cars last Sunday and sustained linjurics that necessitated the amputation of the right leg Ills homo Is in New Albany and he in being cared for at St Edwards OUy Hospital in that city His many friends entertain Tiic e for his upefldy recovery 1 AL eNeeN I JAMES GREENE425 m AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture Carpets Rugs j Stoves Ranges i LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS saveSi Peninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater I 20satisfactoryTHE OAK HOT BLAST 50eter PROGRESS OAK Qtopt e 16 Per 100 BushelsWe have the most centrally located yards In the city the best coal tho best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL CO Incorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek LARGEST AND BSri iINTHE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO INCORPORATED HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 I MAIN OFFICE504 SIXTH NEAR GREEN N + + + Shorthand and TypewritingI Established Reliable System was SPBCIB President 11acquisition raue COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING IPAETHENT TNCOSPniaTem SCHOOLcITurner HirrH 4 Sptnctr s I8 sme ctias fl Rogers BOOK Go iPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1TO SUIT EVERY TASTE ffi Give til a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the 9finest of their kind In the city 9 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF 1 EVERY DESCRIPTION m 434E w Jefferson Street J tf FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Mmgir HBADQUARTBRS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Rinds in Season Yon can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cutta of Beef Spring thedtrLOUISVILLE PACKING COUPANTS HEATS ONLY Y DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and i Horse Shoeing Forge 6 SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Roth Phones 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