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W 7 4 L I IIII N r r tyta I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XXNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 28 1908 PRICE FIVE GENTS APOLOGY r Full and Ample Made by the Louisville Tliiics to the Hibernians Representative Business and Professional Men Patti a Call t Future Selections Will Be In Keeping With Dignity of Journal r THE HERALDS DRAMATIC CRITIC iLast week the Kentucky Irisi American had occasion to call atten tion to articles in the Louisville Times that rkiculed St Patrick and reflected on the Irish people and on the Catholic religion The Irishand the Catholics were quick individually and collectively to resent the caricatures and the scurrilous articles On Friday the Times published on its editorial page Our Apologies to St Patrick The editor went on to state that in the hurry and stress of publishing an afternoon paper ob jectionable articles occasionally crept in To many theapology was not at all acceptable and on Monday night a special meeting of the County Board of Ute Ancient Order of Hiber nians was held for the purpose of expressing the indignation of the members Every member of the board had something to say in regard to the objectionable matter and they expressed themselves very forcibly The following committee was ap pointed to draft appropriate resolu tions and to present a copy of them to Col W B Ilaldeman editorin chief of the Times and to Col Hobert W Brown its managing editor State President George J Butler County President John A Murphy John M Mulloy William T Median Judge Patrick T Sullivan and William J Connelly The gentlemen composing this committee met the Times manage ment on Wednesday at noon After a full and free discussion of the matter Col IL W Brown gave the committee a guarantee that such objectionable articles were published through error and promised that un der no circumstances would the Times offend again The committee men left thoroughly satisfied with the ample apology and the promise for better supervision of Irish and Catholic matters in the future The apology published in the Times last week was as follows In the makeup of the metropolitan afternoon newspaper with its concen trated rush of news covering all of the days happenings the world over the wonder is not that mistakes are made but that their occurrence is not more frequent That reflection however does not lessen the regret of time Times when a mistake does slip into its columns or cause it to delay the amende honorable And such amend is due to our good friends the Irish because tucked away in a syndicate article dealing with the life and labors of the good St Patrick there was discovered after Tuesdays editions had gone to press evidence that the author had in one instance permitted his supposed sense of humor to get tier better of his sense of reverence So skillfully was this concealed that though the proof was read by ono of St Patricks most faithful follow ers it escaped his notice purposeInever to of religious belief That it has ap peared to do so in this instance is due solely to an error born of accident not Intent Now that the Times has been dis posed of there Is another local journal that needs attention from the Irish the Catholics and other decent people Ono who signs him self C D and who has long been known for his Socialistic tendencies his irreverence for all forms of relig ion and his contempt for the Irish and hatred for the Catholic church criticisms Friday morning of last week he wrote a miserable screed about the performance of Chauncey Olcott time romantic Irish actor who played at Jilacauleys Theater during the last half of the week Mr Olcott resented the criticism from the stage Saturday evening and later sent a note to the Times which was promptly published Mr Olcott said among other things I do not object to honest criticism but 1 do object ti beingslurred just because I am IrishThat is it In a nutshell None ot tho Irish people object to honest criticism of their faults failures or misdeeds but they do most seriously object to being pointed at with con tempt because they are Irish Tile itime has come when Irishmen are leaders at the Louisville bar when they are leaders In the field of medicine and In the pulpit and in the schopjs and colleges of this city and State when they are leaders as merchants and manufacturers They read they think and they advertise If they quit rending and quit adver tising in journals that slur their race and faith perhaps offending editors and publishers will do the thinking HOSPITAlj MUDDLE jCoulsvllles poor old City Hospital 7 seems never to be at nn end of its troubles probes and investigations During this present wveskthree timings developedthat Dr Joiiett Menefee the Super riten4enti expects to leave the inetitutionand will go to Europe t that the cook Philip Hoffman seas I investigated and that Krebs whose brother is CouncilmanI steward at the the investigation M Krebs a brother of the Council man according to Dr Menefee is utterly incompetent for the position of steward Councilman Krobs soya PHilip Hoffman the cook is ta drunkard Hoffman says that M Krobs told him that his brother had paid 500 for the office of Councilman and that he intended to make all he could out of it Out of all this tangle there is no telling what developments may come but meanwhile the poor patients are suffering SURPRISED Were County Board Mem bers at Division 4sShowing The County Board delegates who were present at the meeting of Divis ion 4 A O II Monday evening at Bertrand Hall expressed their sur prise and gratification at the unusually large attendance consider ing that no notices had been sent out and no special business of importance was tobe transacted This has been a regular occurrence of late and President John Hennessy and his fellow workers seem determined to make the division time largest in tilt South or Southwest James A Sex ton Sylvester Doyle and M J Collins were elected as members and Edward McGarry and John Holmes were received and obligated Newton O Rogers who transferred from Division 1 was received and delivered a short talk on the purposes of the Catholic Federation of which he is the local President John Fitzgibbons and Thomas Dignan of the Entertainment Com mittee reported that they were ar ranging an entertainment for members of all divisions end the Ladies Auxiliary shortly after Easter In Dertrand Hall Capt Joseph P cIGinn of the IIibernlan Knights stated that they were drilling reg ularly under his instructions assisted by Lieut Thomas J Langan and invited the members to be present at any of their drills William T Median of Division 2 presented a handsome clock to Division 4 on be half of his division John Filburn Tames Keane Col Mike Hogan and John F Murphy were proposed for membership the last named being a son of County President Murphy and promises to be a chip of the old block in the ranks of Hibernianlsm FAITirFTJL SOUL Who Was Always Resigned- to Gods Will Called Home One of natures noble women way called to her heavenly home early last Sunday morning when Mrs Katherine Molsee passed away after suffering for a fortnight In her last agony as in all her trials through life she was patiently resigned to time will of God Not only is she mourned btwo daughters Mrs John Gray and Mrs William V1i lftr but by hundreds of friends all over the city who admired her for her mummy virtues and humble Christian life Mrs Molsee was born in Ireland ixtyslx years ago but had lived III Louisville half a century While still a young woman she was lleft a widow with two small children Despite hardships and adversities she never faltered but accepted good fortune and bad as the will of her Maker She Instilled the same spirit in her children and died as she had lived a faithful Christian and an affectionate mother Two weeks ago she was seated in her room at the home of her daughter Mrs John Gray Thirtyseventh and Chestnut streets and did not notice that one of her limbs had become benumbed When she attempted to stand she fell and the limo was fractured at the hip This injury resulted in her death The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeos church Tueidav morning and the Rev Father Ilaffo paid a splendid tribute to the deceased to her virtues and to her un dying faith in Gods wisdom and goodness She was one of those good women whose example will do much toward forming the characters and lives of those who knew her Many sorrowing friends accompanied the bereaved daughters to see their mother laid tenderly to rest in St Louis cemetery WELL PLEASED Knights of Columbus Secure Home On Fourth Avenue Louisville Council Knights of lrurchasedthefourth avenue for 13500 The deal had been in prospect for several weeks and the work of the committee that was seeking to buy the home was fully approved Wednesday night by the entire council The deal was closed the next day The new home iis a commodious three story structure of brick but twill be remodeled and additions will be made to fit it for a model club house ana assembly hall Since the Elks Home was destroyed by fire several months ago the Knights of Columbus have been without ayy quarters and the members are all pleased that such n central location ms been secured Works remodeling and furnlshlng the new home will begin at once as the Louisville Knights are very ahx- qus ttf get Into permanent1 quarters f- A it r dfj t ENTHUSED Supreme Council Arrangements Committee Met and Organized SubCommittees arc Appointee to Advertise and Devise Menus- Encouraging Addresses Made by Members at First Meeting JOINT OUTING IS IN PROSPECT The Supreme Council Arrangement Committee of the Young Mens Insti tute met and organized at Mackln Councils club house last Sunday afternoon The committee was called to torder by Supreme Director James T Shelley who stated that the committee had been appointed to make suitable arrangements for the reception and entertainment of the delegates who would attend the Supreme Council in this city next September Without further ado the committee organized byi electing Mr Shelley as permanent Chairman Charles S llaidy as Secretary and John J Sullivan Sr as Treasurer Other members of ithe committee who were present were Trinity Council John J Sullivan Sr Edward Wolff E J Cooney and Andy Keeffe- rSatolllWilliam A Perry Mackin Charles S llaidy R W Galway Ben J Sand James T Shelley Louis J Kieffer Unity Council of Now Albany Charles F Pfeffer J M Ashabran ner John Martel and William 13 soergel The following subcommittee on press was named Edward Wolff John Martel William A Perry and Louis J Kieffer Chairman Shelley also appointed the following members one from each of the four councils represented to devise ways and means Andrew Ueffer of Trinity J M Ashalbran ner of Unity W A Perry of Satolli and Ben J Sand of Mackin This subcommittee will probably arrange- to give a joint outing of the four councils during the summer The general committee realizes that quite ai nice sum will be necessary U properlY entertain the visitors next fall and joint action of all the councils around the Falls will be neces gary to meet the expense Fred Ileisz Grand Secretary of the Indiana jurisdiction delivered an address in which he complimented- the committee on its splendid attendance and offered to lend the members every assistance in his power in the work they had In hand lie also impressed on his Kentucky brethren that the Indiana jurisdiction was in sound condition financially socially and numerically and that its members would in every way aid in nuking time coming Supreme Council a success Robert T Burke President of fackin Council complimented the committee on its attendance and enthusiasm In fact he said he had never seen so much enthusiasm at n committee meeting of any character lIe pledged his own and his councils assistance ito time good work Along this line also was an address from rank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors of the Kentucky jurisdiction Supreme Director Shelley delivered an address of thanks ior the honor conferred on him by electing him Chairman of the committee lIe told of the splendid reception and entertainment afforded the Supreme ouncll at Indianapolis 61n lOpG butte added that with so much enthus asnt Louisville would be even better in 1908 He was followed by John J ulllvnn Sr Supreme Second Vice resident who told why the dele ates should be properly received and hospitably entertained Among others vvho spoke briefly but along enthu lastic lines were Louis J Kieffer Charles F Pfeffer J M Ashabran ner Ben J Sand and Andy Kieffer The committee adjourned to meet at Trinity Councils club house at 230 oclock on the afternoon of the second Sunday In April RINGS TRUE Platform of the New Fifth Ward DemocraticClub The Fifth Ward Bryan Club wis organized last Monday night and the following officers were elected John Barry President E L Gross titan First Vice President Otis Gutzsell Second Vice President Henry Forstlng Third Vice Pret leltJohn J Sullivan Fourth Vice President J E Tlmmons Secretary FA Barry Treasurer Charles Cherry SergeantatArmsThe meet twice a month at its headquarters 134 East Market street the first and last Thursdays in each month Its present member shIp is 163 The following preamble was drawn upIt belhg the sense of this club that tIle election of William Jennings Bryan is essential to the welfare of our country and to the preservation of those sacred Democratic doctrine handed down by the immortal Jefferson and tbcurb the further anti roachment on time constitution to people from time arbitraryexmtlomis of the trusts to destroy dictnt1ngtoattempted by time present President adininictrationl a L lI- r t qY employmenttoto inter forever the big stick to advocate the readjustment of the tariff on a basis of revenue only and the modification of the writ of injunction as applied to labor dis thatWilliamthe policiesall the people we therefore pledge ourselves individually and collectively to work and organize in our respective precincts to see that only delegates favorable to him shall represent us in the coming Democratic convention FINE GIFT Made to Catholic Womans Club For Its New Home1 Monday night at the Seelbach Hotei a most interesting meeting of the Catholic Club composed of many of Louisvilles most representative citizens was presided over by President P II Callahan In calling the meet ing to order the Chairman stated that the principal object WAS to con sider propositions for the assistance of the Catholic Womans Club which Waveriyhotela permanent honie After a full and free discussion participated in by lIon Edward J McDermott James fines Dillon Mapbther Frank A Geher Alonzo Lavely William F Blum Jr President Callahan and opinIon aid the club at this time would be by making a cash donation There upon a resolution was introduced and unanimously adopted providing for the gift of 1006 to the Catholic Womans Club This generous act will give the ladies great encourage ment and the example set will doubtless be followed by others of our Catholic societies After the discussion of minor mat ters tIm club adjourned to meet on April 20 when the annual election of officers vdll be hel- dWEDDING BELLS Will Peal Out Merrily For the HubbuchDahlemNuptials A wedding1 of more than usual In terest In German Catholic circles will be that which unites Miss Alice llubbuch and VnlDilem Jr The marriage rite will be solemnized nt St Anthonys church at 9 oclock on the morning of Wednesday April 29 and will be followed by a nuptial mass Time brideelect is the youngest daughter of Mrs Sebastian llubbuch and has been much admired for lies graces and accom plishments Mr Dahlem is an active and intelligent young merchant and is ussocated with his father Vall Dahleni Sr at Nineteenth and Main streets Time ceremony will be performed by the Rev Father Boiiaventure Week O F M The bridesmaids will be Misses Nettie Dahlem Anna Hub ouch and Mamie Hollenbnch while the grooms attendants will be ilessrs Louis Schranz Emil Xcller Philip Hollenbach Jr and Charley McDonald After a wedding breakfast at the home of the brides mother 2330 West Jefferson street time newly married young folks will leave on a honeypioon trip of two weeks Both of the young people are being showered with congratulations RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Josephine Molter the beloved wife of Edward P Molter 635 East Green street took place Wednesday from St foul face church Deceased was thirty eight years old and her death is mourn d by all in the vicinity where slime resided Michael Frederick McMahpn twen oarsold died at the home 4- his aunt Mrs Kate Kulaher 1414 Twent first street last Sunday and leis funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church Tuesday morn- Ing The deceased was un excellent young man and his death is mourned by many friends Joseph and Anna Driscoll have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in the loss of their bright and promising son Cornelius whose death occurred Tuesday night at the family residence 1007 Wenzel street The funeral took place Thursday morning from St Bonifacochurch the solemn cervices being attended by many sorrowing friends and relatives Robert W Spinner thirtyeight years old anda hl hly respected member of St Pauls church died niuiday night after a short illness at his home 1927 Shelby street Until recently he had been a member of the police force and left a record as a faithful and fearless officer His wife and one child survive him and for them there is widespread sym ttthy The funeral toof place Monday Rev Thomas York officiating at the solemn obsequies Joseph ehlan aged and highly respected resident of time East End was called ItO his eternal reward lost Sunday after an illness that ex tended over a year Ills funeral took place Tuesday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament and was largely attended Deceased Was a native of Germany and sur Iving him are two sons Herman and amltbreedanghtelsMrs I Jaumgarten and Miss Ruth Kehl There seems everY prospect that this boar we shall see the soft Indian cashmere permanently restored to emlnjne favora WORTHY Celebration of St Patricks Day Causes Many Laudable Comments Custom ol Drowning Shamrock In Copious Potations Is DiscouragedI Gaelic League Wants General Closing Law Making it Compulsory VIEWS OF AN ABLE IRISH EDITOR Concerning the recent celebration theDundalkDemocratmore healthy sign of the times in Ireland than the change that is taking place in the manner of celebrat ing the national festival Not very many years ago the popular idea of celebrating St Patricks day tended too much In the direction of drown ing the shamrock and we fear that it must be admitted that the result was such that it would have been better that the festival had been totally ignored Of late thanks to the new ideas that found a mouth piece in the Gealie League we mare come to take a more national and worthy view of our duties and obli surelytheof faith to our shores must look- down with gratitude and with pleasure on those who are laboring to make the celebration of St Patrick day worthy of him whose memory we honor Foremost amongst the objects aimed at by the Irish Irelanders in connection with the celebration of Stt Patricks day is the total closing- of the public houses on the festival In this we are glad to say to the credit of a class who are often roundly condemned and not without some reason the licensed traders in many of our Irish towns have cheerfully acquiesced asking only that their trade rivals should do likewise Now notably in Dundnlk and largely owing to the enthusiasm and harm work of Henry Morris the late Sec retary of the Gaelic League the clos ing of the public houses on St Pat ricks day has become an accom pushed fact through the influence of public spirit and thepood will of the majority of the publicans them appealIsa sound robust expression of local feeling the same good results will be obtained But to ensure the suc cess of this movement and to prevent greedy or crossgrained liquor dealers spoiling n movement which largely depends upon the unanimity of the trade the closing of the public houses should be male Imperative For this purpose the Irish parry I oUght to introduce legislation mak- Ing the closing of public houses on 3t Patricks day compulsory Such a law could not injure any decent publican and would compel his rivals of less public spirit to toe the line In Dundalk and many other towns St Patricks day has now come to be observed as a national holiday There are places where this has nut yet been established but that iis solely owing to the lack of a virile national spirit in the people We think it will be found that in such places the Hank holidays estaoI ished iby the British Legislature are most religiously observed Now we have never been able to under stand the bigoted people who protest that Ireland can never be industrially prosperous while her Catholic people lose so much valuable time on church holy days There are but ten such days in the 365 yet the bigots who object to Catholic holy days arc the very people who want a week oUat Christmas and another nl vaster and wont work on Whit Monday on the first Monday in Augustor perhaps for a day or two after We think there ought to be enough fighting spirit in Irishmen tot insist on at least the festival of the national saint being properly ob served as a day of rest rejoicing and thanksgiving and we hope the time is at humid when we shall see it so from end to end of the land the good St Patrick loved so well and labored for so long This is a duty that Irishmen owe to themselves to their country and to God who in spired that good saint to bring the light of Christianity to our shores and who has kept our faith strong and pure through all the centuries of darkness and persecution BELLS ARE READY Peal For St Anthonys Church Blessed Sunday With impressive ceremonies and in tcongregationthering from the handsome new tower of St Anthonys church were blessed and christened last Sunday Afternoon by the Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese assisted by Rev Leo Greullch and others of the local clergy Rev Louis M Mlller Provincial of the Order of Minor kmventuals care from Syracuse especially to preach the sermon and received a welcome that showed he still holds a warm place in the hearts of time people to whom heI ministered for years The bells are three two and ono toll in freight each and cost 5000 They arrived last week froth Ger many and are now being put in pofiU Lion in the tower where they will first peal forth on time Saturday before Easteiv The largest bell was I r christened Margaret the second Ed ThpYoung lahonori died some time ago The second boll iwas contributed by St Edward s Commandery of the Knights of St John and time smallest bell was do nated by the Womans Society of which St Monica is the patroness IlEIUJE BLAMES Wrought Heavy Damage to Butchertown Brewery Plant orlglldamagedplant on Story avenue to the extent of 60000 last Tuesday night For notInjuredtion of business although the com pany will be put to extra trouble and expense until new buildings can be erected The loss was fully covered removingthenew and mole substantial structures are already under way There are few more popular business men in Louisville than John F Oertel President of the company and William Ilueff time Vice Presi dent When it became known that the plant was afire expressions of sympathy were heard on every hand All the other breweries in the city proffered their assistance Some of these tenders for storing time manu factured product were accepted but mlgltthategood work of the fire department The Butchertown Brewery Com pany some time ago prepared to erect new buildings In place of those de stroyed Tuesday night Plans and specifications had been submitted to an architect and blue prints made but the project was postponed when the recent antiliquor crusade devel oped Now the work will proceed according to the original plans and is rapidly as possible The men em ployed at the plant will not lose anytime as a result of the fire and the business will go on as heretofore CATIIOLICKNIGIITS Secretary Martin Issues Call For State Council Here Pursuant to tire ruling of State President Joseph Deiterman and tho wishes of the Central Committee of this city State Secretary Albert F Martin has issued tho official call for the State convention which will be held in Louisville on Tuesday September 8 In accordance with this action it will be necessary for every branch in time State to elect delegates mid alternates at the first regular meeting after receipt of the State secretarys notice and they will minediately forward the names of those chosen It is further ordered that those branches that recently paid the extra per capita assessment that was levied shall ibe given credit for the same when the next levy is made by the Assessment Board in June All branches nre also requested to report to time State Secretary their total membership up to and including May 31 1008 so that the proper rating nay be made by the Board of Assessment The Central Committee and the various branches will soon arrange the programme for the entertainment- of the State convention which it Is expected will be the largest as well ts most important lucid for many rears INSPECTION Knights of St John to Appear in Fatigue Uniforms Time great event of the year for the nights of St John and looked for with unusual interest by the six ommanderies that comprise the First district of Kentucky is the annual inspection and drill which will take place at Phoenix 11111 Park on the evening of Monday May 4 On this occasion each commander will show Its full strength und in their handsome uniforms the scene will indeed be a military one Col Theo Poppe will put the regiment through the drill and each commandery will give an exhibition A feature that will both please and surprise the gathering will be the Initial appearance of the crack St fchaels Commandery of St Peters Parish now known as The Colonels Own in their bright and handsome Uew fatigue uniforms This com mandery is the strongest in the district numbering sixty swords and ts commanded iby Capt Breen who may enter his men in the big prize drill at the coming national conven tion The inspection and drill will be open to the general public and as the order has a large following here the park will doubtless be thronged DEATH WAS SUDDEN Patrick sixtynine years oJ age died alone in his room at 1228 lownn Street on Tuesday of last week He was born In Ireland but had lived in Louisville since he wan twelve years old and for thirty years past he had been night watchman in the employ of Bryne C Speed The deceased was a friend of Joseph Taylor a veteran Hibernian an1II1 tended td leave him his little fortune of 1000 Unfortunately at overtook Iirtv Ryan before he hind an op pbrtunUy to have his will drawn His imeral took place from St Patrick church iMoriday morning As yet hiss estate bean disposed of harlot I WHITEWASHy3 Great Big Brushes and Plenty- of 1 Lime Are NnfIn Demand Much Sn Ilokoof Fire in Bribery Humors Ileform City Ofllcials and Their Backers Are Losing Ground NrISA week ago the Kentucky Irish American called attention to the proposed investigation of the rumors t that undue influences had been t brought to bear 1boardsCouncil in connection with the lightIng gested that the Investigation be open and above board if any good were to be accomplished The invea tigation wasfarcIcalcommittee investigationastwo boards separate committees were named and these committees sum theypleascdreportsshowprepared to whitewash those withrr whom rumors are connected there are many who are convinced thatthere must be some fire where so thelower S Eugeneifailythe respected Eugene Daly the vet Dailywhoanother brother in the City En gineers department and still another indepartmentThink reform city fathers going to a saloon not politicsIbut matic piano The evidence showe1 that the members also went to the Old Innand ate a onecourse dinner at the expense of time man who aspires to be of the lowerGeneralboard of the Council Matter were discussed there say the wit nests not how to pass the Fetterffranchise ordinance but how to outfit President Forst and how to de developedthatl that he had purchased drinks anil cigars for Aldermen and Councilmen that he did It because he wanted them to consider him a good fellow Why Mr Fetters sudden change- of front Did he ever want his em ployes his printers and his printing pressmen to consider him a goo J fellow Does lie try to be a good fellow with the union pickets outside his doors these days Time Investigating committees from each board asked only such questions as they desired and when the an rivers did not suit their purpose the vltneseis were shut off None of tho witnesses who gave testimony were irotected by the advice of nn attorney Some of them were subjected tp indignities fom which they had no recourse Incidentally the investigation revealed that the reformers are split Into two camps and that W Marshall Bullitt is persona non grata to sew oral members of both boards It also revealed that Col Richard W Knott and the Evening Post were holding out in defense of these alleged re- fOrmers who if what persistent rumor says be true will bring greater disgrace on the city than did the famous Big Seven of a few years ago People are wondering how any respectable editor or journal can de fend these men until a full and fair iinvestigation has shown that al1wi1chinnocent Time Post has been IIi stroll advocate and partisan of W Marshall Bullitt It is still sound g Inghls praise and praising his methods Yet it developed during time recent investigation that Bullitt was meeting with Councilmen and Alder men in and over saloons and was areformer Vt Last Tuesday ninny residents of xmlsville were surprised to see many t negroes clothed in KaffronliWeiJ garments and with while headgear cleaning the streets Th se uniform cost something Who paVs for them Is there a graft in it No harm cart f come from asking the question it vas noticeable that these uniformed lien were all negroes that the reformers in their zeal had dismiss several hundred white men to ma- lrayfor mnegroes Rumor follows rumor that Jacob H Hanger disgusted with fTTe continual interference of the niem bersof the Board of Public Safety i seriouslY contemplates resigning n KIChief of Police Last Sunday ft said the board took plain olotlnstf men out of hiss hands took them to the boards office and Instructed hem us to the manner of catching Sunday lid lifters Men were trnrisr ferred from one district to another because the board not time Chief sajil soJust one more sample of reformtrOfficer Robert Spinner who died lastrweek while on his death bedyall tried by tune Board of Public Safety for alleged election offenses commuted in 1005 and was dismissed from the police force This sammie boardappointeml toa place in the fire department about the statue timer a mal convicted of assaulting o oung fomon sixth sentenced to serve eightj ye rain the penitentiary 7 t li 1 ti k I 1TTIIOSY IRISH AM RIOAl trr J KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN wDevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 F Entered at the Louisville Poitofflce if Second Claas natter t iddress all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 VVtit Oren St OUlSVILUi KY S SATURDAY MARCH 28 1908 WILL IT WORK v Michigan people lire always trvln something new and novel unitl the have a facultyof making it work to their advantage This time it I Is to be in tli i nature of polities Th citizens of Ojnntl Itaplds propose iin 1lo away with local party lines onel by a majority of three to one hne decided to elect city officials in till fpllowing manner There is to be a nominatin primary with a single official hallo e Under the nome of each munIcipal office will appear the names of nil candidates for that office for whom properly signed petitions haebeen filed Signers must be citizens antI qualified to vote and no ono i1S permitted to sign more than on petition for the same office For Mayor the number required is 100 for Clerk Comptroller Treasures Alderman etc thn number require is fifty The names of candidate for nomination are placed upon thl official1 ballot without anything to designate to which political part they belong Blankclrcles are place I opposite each name and voters art instructed to indicate with a eros the candidate for each oCllcefor whom they wish to vote All voter at the primary receive this nfficin ballot There can be no cross otlng as in party primaries The two candidates for each offic who receive the highest vote at th primary are the ones and the only ones whose names arc placed upon the ballot at the final election which is to bo held later This final election Is conducted upon the sane plan a the primary no party names Ir emblems being permitted to del ignato the politics of the candidates They are voted for merely as Citizens and it is expected that sonic times both of the candidates for ia city office at the final election mar belong to the same political party It is claimed that the new methoi will benefit the clay by eliminating national politics from local affairs MODERN CICERO NEEDED Calamity howlers are predicting three years more of financial depression of enforced Idleness for the mechanic of high prices of food and clothing of labor troubles and hard times In general If these false prophets would advise the voters to take things In their own hands and decide them by the ballot Instead of the bullet we would see good times and peace and prosperit would reign In the land AmerIca Is the greatest country on earth It has practically limitless resources a and Its people enjoy more llbert than any county on the face of the earth Their remedy is the hallo box As the Kentucky Irish American has said several times before there can be no war between capita and labor but there are dishonest men among the capitalists just as there are grafters in some of the labor bodies As long as the world lasts there will be that lust for power that greed for gold that began almost with the creation of tile world Adam and Eve wanted morn knowledge than they were created with and Shakespeare makes Cardinal Volsey tell MS Cromwell I charge thee Beware r ambition I 4fBy that sin the angels fell How then can man theImage ol his Maker a Hope to win byt Down through the ages of nearly 6000 years troop a panoramic story of wrecks of men ahd nations and all on account of putting personal 4 ambitions before love of God and love of feUpwman The agony and depth ota ManGOd did not even uput a stop is dishonesty and efforts to overreach others Ambition Is part of our nature but unless we are guided properly we will be wrecked on the shoals and rocks of life he present hard times In America not been brought about by or famine Last year as for several former years our fertile fields t yielded golden harvests from IlalneYto California and from the Gulf o Mexico to the Canadian bor ders Kbo Western plains were filled with sleek fat cattle Gold from Alaska and Colorado copper from Michigan and Montana coal from Pennsylvania Kentucky and West Virginia iron from many States cotton from the South that sues fashioned into fabrics int1eEaakll this served to how the people that God had given us s W 1dedllluxitrY suddenly basks began to clots Btdcki jobberi in Jfew XorkCity wer h J J 7m I speculating and money became tight Railroads discharged many em ployes mills shut down foundrle and mines ceased to be operated Yet all this happened with granaries full and lots of work to be done Why Because rich men wanted to become richer and were willing to undertake anarchistic methods to ac complish their end AhlI dear friends It is a sad commentary on human frailty to find that the negro or poor white man who surreptlousl takes a chicken or a loaf of bread iI- Ia Is thief but the bank President and Sundayschool Superintendent who steals thousands Is a mere specula tor that the poor devil who nmrche the street and cries for food and work is an anarchist while the capltalis who squeezes the last dollar from his opponent and from the working man who causes Idleness misery suicide and murder is held tip as a man of remarkable discernment The poo tool that shoots a Governor 1 Is hanged or sentenced to the pen tentiary for life while the men who connived at it are sent to Congres or want to go and the railroad mag nates that furnish the transportation to incite riot and bloodshed wit are virtually as guilty as the mat who fired the shot are not even mentioned or censured in the matter Indeed it needs a modern Cicero to denounce the modern Catllllnes tha exist in our times Never fear we will find them too Heroes have been found in every age Our own Irish poet Oliver Gold smith put it Into beautiful verse when he said 111 fares the land to hastening Ills a prey Where wealth accumulates and men decay Princes may flourish or may fade A breath can make them as a breath hath made But a bold peasantry a country1 pride When once destroyed can never be supplied But American citizens will not let any such calamity occur There an leaders wise enough and conserva tive enough In both parties to leas them out of they clutches of these wretched Mr Hydes who were once Dr Jekylls but whose continued tampering with the greed for golc has led to their moral deformity There are Bryans and there art Roosevelts and men probably ni great or greater in the Democratic and Republican parties If not anew party will be formed a party whose platform will be broad enough for every honest man In the United States and thank God there are enough honest men in America tc elect the candidates that accept It Labor unions ore organized am maintained for the purpose of secur ing fair wages and reasonable RearmI of labor and as long as members of these unions refuse to be dragged into partisan politics by selfseeking individuals so long will they be 01 benefit to the rank and file The union man must not surrender bIi right to the ballot but must list his suffrage wisely and for tin benefit of all andnot of a class or au individual Gov Augustus E Willson has shown excellent judgment In vetoing bills Trod approving others The Legislature left lam with ninetytwo bills and thus far he has not failed to approve the good and veto the objectionable ones It is also to his credit to have taken time new State Board of Control out of politics This is a move for greater efficiency In the three insane asylums and feeble minded Institute During the present week President Roosevelt qnce more emphasized his interest In the welfare of the work- Ing classes in this country He sent nn additional message to Congress in Wednesday and demanded the inaotment of certain legislation anti every bill he recommended lias to leaf with the relations between jmployer and employe BEOIJf EARLY The ladies whO comprise the Sew HospltnlInenslve arrangements for the bazar hat will be given the latter part of October for the benefit of that nstitution REAL CATHOLIC CHARITIES St Stephens church New York Glty has received a gift of 3000 to establish ten school scholarships in lemony of one of its teachers the ite Miss Cattery and a 1800 altar tiling iri memory of Mr Michael irtdjr iC sS0GIETY i I lontgomer31Alavisiting relatives George P Deuser Walter Ratcliff and George Dehler Jr were regie tered this week at West Baden Mr and Mrs It Moran of Cllftpi have been spending a week with friends and relatives In Owensbon Owen Sullivan and P Garrity wers among the number frqm this city who spent the week at West Basle Springs Will Klaphekes friends are rejoiced to see him out again after nn illness of two weeks at St Anthony Hospital Mr Ernest Kainpfmtiellcr will leave today for Cincinnati wher she will spend some time visitln relatives John Donahue who was here to visit his daughter Mrs Flanagan iill Clifton has returned to his home iIn Covington Miss Katherine Spalding has returned from Lebanon after n delight ful visit to Mrs John M Ryan on Long avenue Miss May Ilourlgan has gone tl1 visit her aunt Mrs William Frnnci at Asheville X C and will remai several months John Shea and wife of the llirIi lands who have been spending tin winter in Kansas City are expect il to return home next weec Mr and Mrs Peter Jennings o Hill House Miss have been here 011 ti visit since Tuesday They are tlh guests of Mrs Jennings father Mi1 Michael Fhiegan of 1130 Sixth street Capt Michael Dolan who sustains a broken leg and other serious In juries while fighting the fire at the Second Presbyterian church a mont ago has been pronounced out of dangerMrs Fred Hengesch and little son who were here to visit Mr and Irs Jolfn A OConnor Twentysix street left Monday for their home 111 Chicago With Mr Hengesch the will next month leave for an extend ed trip through Europe Miss Anna OConnor of South Louisville left Monday afternoon lllr Elizabethtown to spend n week vis sting her parents Mr and Mrs M1 T OConnor From there she will go to Cincinnati where she will be tit guest of friends for a month Mr and Mrs Christian hoop or 1221 Winter avenue entertained at dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs C E Yeager win have just returned from their brida tour Twenty guests were roywll entertained The home and the table were handsomely decorated for the event The engagement was announce this week of Miss Lily Hoertz am Charles J Cruise The wedding vf lit tube place soon after Easter Ihe bride is the daughter of Mr nUll Mrs Jacob Hoertz and is n your lady dof many Accomplhhments am graces Mr Cruise is tile genial cd itor of the Kentucky Elk and iis receiving many congratulations 011I winning such n charming bride Minster L V Pottinger of Owens boro who is visiting relatives here was this week givan a jolly party In honor of his eighth birthday After enjoying games for some time th little folks were led to the dinlnf room which was tastefully decorntec with ferns and carnations to partake of refreshments A large cake bear ing eight candles occupied the cente of the table and the same idea wai carried out in the ices The favon were small baskets filled with 1101 boris Those who enjoyed the festive occasion were Misses Alberta and Nellie Goose Anna Presser France Clary Lofetta and Gertrude Goose and Masters Thomas Troy Paul Vincent and George Shrader of Nev Albany and L V Pottinger SISTER VICTORIA DEAD Sister Victoria one of tne instructors in music nt the Presentation Academy died at that institution Tuesday afternoon She had been11 ill only a short time and was a victim of peiiuinonia Previous to enter Ing the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth the deceased was Miss Bettie Bowman and was a member of a prom inent Bullitt county family She was fifty years of age and Lad spent more than thirty years as a aim Before coming to Louisville she was engaged in teaching at Nazareth and at the academy in Qwensboro She is sur rived by the following sisters and brothers Mrs Margaret Hacketi of this city Mrs Mary Bryant of Texas George and Joseph Bowman of Louisville and John Bowman of Crystal Mo On Wednesday the re mains were sent to Nazareth and were Interred there Thursday JUBILEE PREPARATIONS Rome is making greet preparations tor the formal celebration of the iftieth anniversary of the ordination- of Pope Plus X The vast hall of beatification over the porch of ths basilica fSt Peter and communi rating directly with the Papal apart ments has been made ready for the vent A huge throne has been reoted and seats have been arranged for the Cardinals Two tribune tare been erected for the members ot the diplomatic corps accredited to he Holy See and for the Romitn lability The celebration will not take place until September but the work of decorating has been In progress since the first of the pres ent year FIFTY YEARS On Aril 17 next the Jesuit Fathers ot the New YorkMaryland province Will celebrate the diamond jubilee of dIe foundation of the province The ame date will also be the two hu- dred and seventyfifith anniversary f the first Jesuit mission in Mary Ol mdA I j 1 jj- v a1 Y N N N N NNNN NNNN N HOME PHONE 1942 COMB SOUTH THOMAS J KEANEY G81 CUT RATE DRUGGIST 0IIPrescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without charges Patent medicines at cut prices SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF post CARDS HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PREPARATIONS AT CUT PRICES SIXTH AND OAK t STREETSI Natural Gas For Cooking CONNECTIONS FREE We have enlarged our Gas Works to meet the WINTER demand and we MUST find a market for the gas in the SPRING SUMMER and FALL We are offering to make a limited number of gas connections without rendering any bill for same until 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the Massa chusetts State Council vlll be huh Easter Monday nigtlrt Archbishop OConnell lIon Thomas II Carter Senator from Montana and lion Victor Dowlintg Judge of the New York Supreme Court will be the speakersNearly all the members of Henu pin Council of Minneapolis were present last week at the meeting and reception tendered rev Dr Kelly the eminent Chicago divine and Rev Father Cullen each of whom declared the Knights of Columbus were pow erful factors in the religious and social world of America today MISS SULLIVAN IMPROVES It Vvill be pleasing news to her many friends to learn that Miss Elinor Sullivan who has been seri ously ill of typhoid fever eat her home 215 East Breckinridge strcqt for several weeks is doing as welj as could be expected All that care and attention can do is being done for the patient sufferer and It Is fondly hoped that she will soon bp I cqnvnlescent BOSTONS JUBILEE rThe real reason for the postponement until fall of the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of Bostons creation ns a diocese Iis found in the fact that the Philadel phia celebration for Archbishop Jtyan and the New York celebration for Archbishop Farley both come dur- Ing time period when Bostons anni versary occurs April 18 and it would be asking tod much to have the members of the hierarchy the ranking members of which are well along In years to do sq much traveling from one end of the country to the other GUESTS OF TJUNITV What promises to be the largest local gathering of the Young Mens Institute for some time to come will be witnessed Monday night at Trin ity Council club house when the 500 members of Mackih will make their annual visitation to their sister coun cil The men of Mackin Council will meet at the club house at 730 oclock and proceed to Trinitys hall in spe cial cars This visit will be memorable from the fact tlfat It will be theI last made to the old home of Trinity which will this summer move to Its handsome new club house now being I rested on Baxter avenue Though the programme for the evening has I sot yet been announced it is learned j tljat it will include some agreeable iurprlses I SELECT FINE DR fAiiI The dramatic club of St Franci 1 IE Aid Society a benevolent organlza lea of St Peters parish has selected The Shadows of the Hockles for c Its dramatic performance the latter t part ofMay The cast consisting of I leyen persons has been selected EE- k eo FLOWERS FOR Easter and Confirmation 9 Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer o FLORIST r MASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders and the pretty play will be presented under the direction of Messrs Her mall J Bloemer and Tony Peter worth Ilehearsals are being heli regularly and it is expected that when time play is given St Peters Hall will not be large enough for the audience HINTS ON STYLE New rain and storm coats are full generous comfortable affairs with big armholes In both gowns and handsome waists the long shoulder effect is the fad of the moment One of the latest bretelle manl festatlons Is their extension into the sash effects at front and back a There is plenty of evidence that stripes will within a month or so have to yield to checks and plaids As a result of the fashion for printed patterns stenciling has come to be adopted for various garments Among the new border materials Shantungs are offering a wide choice of artistic design and modish color A distinctive feature of the latest gown fashion Is the general suppres sion of the separate bodice and skirtThere is a slight tendency toward crude colors Afternoon frocks are seen of brightest royal blue apricot violet and pink Pastel blues and Copenhagen blues are extremely popular for jvenlng coats Light bronze greens ilsq are well liked Among the worsteds are striped pieces with wide checked borders which comp In white and brown white and blue white and old rose itcDainty striped silk parasols In lack and 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great big bargainn r r t t r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekdeneral- News Notes Next week we will tpll what was done by Division 3 last Thursday nightDivision 2 met last night and from the interest manifested there will soon be a big class ready for initia tion Those who visited the Jefferson ville division last Tuesday never tire of telling of the hearty reception ac corded them- Folloainthe election of officers by Division 1 at Spokane Wash twentyfive candidates were inltatcd and received into the order Division 43 of Boston will hold a reunion of Its past and present members on April 10 which will bn attended by the State officers Fort Wayne Hibernians made an excellent slotting Tuesday morning as they marched to St Patrick church to attend the high muss Division 4 meets Monday night There will be matters of more than ordinary interest for discussion anal all members are urged to attend The Ladies Auxiliary meeting Wednesday night was unusually in teresting They will have some 1 iiiI portant announcements make very soonAt Manchester N II the order celebrated by receiving holy communion on Sunday and hearing an address from the flight Reverend Bishop and also by attending the orphans concert on Tuesday evening Vermont Hibernians observed St Patricks tiny with a great parade at Burlington The Knights of Columbus Catholic Order of For esters Catholic Young liens Union and similar organizations participated Tlie Hibernlanffof Houston Te an aided by the Knights of Columbus and other Catholic societies gave two largely attended entertainments Tuesday turning over the proceeds for the benefit of St Patricks schoolCounty President Murphys expression of appreciation of the kind ness of Vicar General Cronin and the men of St Patricks parish at the banquet Tuesday night caused the best of feeling and was warmly ap plauded Division 1 will meet next Friday night when final arrangements for moving to the Falls City hull will be made All outstanding committees are expected to have their reports ready and resident Mulloy expect all tine members to be present Memphis Hibernians were not be hind in the observance of St Pat ricks day The banquet at th Sazerac was one of the most brilliant yet held in that city Fathers Ker nan and Heffernan and many prom inent citizens were at he banquet board and responded to toast- sANNUNCIATION Calls For Triple Celebra tion at St Columbas Church The members of St Columbas church Thirtythird and Market streets feel justly proud of the five artistic statues from ont of the lead ing ateliers of Paris Prance which have been presented to the church by three generous members of the congregation and by its two sodali ities The statues donated by individuals are those of the Sacred Heart St Joseph and St Anthony while the statue of the Blessed Virgin is a gift from the Young Ladles Sodality and that of St Aloysius from the childrens societies Owing to the generosity of friends of the church and of the Rev Father John D Kalaher its pastor the little house of worship also has been enhanced in beauty by the gift of a handsome new altar elegant new candlesticks and candelabra and a fine vestment case In recognition of this munificence a fitting celebration has been planned for nest Wednesday evening March 25 when the Statues will be solemnly blesseu at 730 oclock On that occasion the sermon will be delivered by Rev George M Con oor assistant pastor of St Pauls church Owensboro whose eloquence has attracted widespread attention Father Connors many friends in title city will be glad to have tile opportunity of hearing him as he is a native of Louisville As a boy he attended St Xaviers College and made n record there which was only a forecast of his brilliant record in the seminary and subsequent ministry of the priesthood As a coincidence St Columbas nets statues have come from Paris whera Father Connor and Father Kalaher finished their education prior to their ordination in 1900 after having spent almost their entire time us inseparable companions for years They were of identically the same age they made their first holy com munion and were confirmed together and together prepared for the priesthood at St Charles Seminary Maryland St Marys Seminary Balti more the American College at Louvaln Belgium and finally at the now suppressed seminary of St Sulpice Paris It Is hardly necessary to say that a large crowd will attend the bless ing of the statues the reunion of the young priests and the celebration of the feast of the Annunciation next Wednesday evening OUT OF DANGER Miss Elinor Sullivan who has been ill at her home 215 East Breckin ridge street during the past two weeks is much improved tics Sullivan has suffered from an attack of typhoid fever but is now con sidered out of danger The invalid is the daughter of John J Sullivan manager of toe Falls City Meat Market nod one ofthe brightest sweetest and gentlest girls in the East End COUNTY BOARD CALLED The County Board of the Ancient Qrderof Hibernians has been called to meet in extraordinary session nt errnnd Hall next Monday night to take action on maters of importance All of the Irish race in Louisville have been insulted grievously re- letrtly and the Hibernians want to sookotle quickest and best means Of emeddng1 the matter k t t 1 1ft r i I IFYOU WANT A NICE 20 MEDIUMWEIGHT BROWN WORSTEDSUIT FOR 15GO w TO LEVYSTHIRD AND MARKET Hone Phone 5687 Cumb Main 464y HENRY FUGHS FLORISTFu- neral Designs and Flowers for all occasionsG- REENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts STORE Hopkins Theatre Building 1 N NN N N N NN NNN11 M N NN N M N NNNN RECENT DEATHS Frank Otte a well known young man of the East End died at the family residence 1312 Hull street Monday and the funeral took place from St AloysiusI church Wednesday morning The deceased was twenty three years old and was the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Otte The funeral of Mrs Margaret Mellugh who died at her home ISIS Tyler avenue on Sunday took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The deceased was fisy two years old and is survived by her husband D J Mcllugh She was quite popular in the community In which she lived and her death was generally regretted Mrs Sarah Wickstead died at her home 015 First street Saturday morning of last week and was buried from the Cathedral of the Assume tion Monday mornIng Mrs Wick stead as Miss Sarah Connors was quite popular in Irish Catholic society circles a few years ago She is survived by her husband Harry Wickstead and one daughter four years of uge- Michael TPrile an old and respected member of St Johns congregation will be buried from that church this morning lie is survived by his wife two daughters and three sons and his brother Officer James Iryle of the Louisville police force Deceased was a model Catholic husband father and citizen and for many years a member of Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights of America Mrs Catherine McQarry lied at the residence of her son Peter McGorrVi 1217 Seventh street Wednesday morn ing The deceased was born in Ire land eighty years ago but had spent sixty years of her life in Louisville She was the widow of the late Petcr McGarry for many years one of Louisvilles leading contractors The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock Friday morning Mrs Eliztbeth Lawson Whallen one of Loll svilles most estimable herdomeday afternoon and her funeral took place from Holy Cross church last Sunday afternoon Mrs Whallen was thirtyone years old and vas active In charitable work in Holy Cross parish She is survived by her husband Orrie E Whallen and two sisters Mrs Gottlieb Bills and Miss Maggie Lawson Another of Louisvilles pioneer IrishAmerican residents was called to eternal rest when Mrs Elizabeth HoHhefde passed away at ihe home of her daughter Mrs M J Tierney 1119 West Broadway Friday of lastIweek The deceased was born In Ireland fJghtytwo years ago andIprevious to her marriage was Miss Elizabeth Kirwan She had lived in Louisville more than sixty years anllIwas well nnd favorably known all particularlyin ParIisbes Sacred Heart church- COMMANDER SHEEHAN J Local Grand Army of the Republic men and members of that bodyI from all over the State are urging the election of Col Thomas Sheehan of George II Thomas Post for State i Commander His service and valor during the civil war his subsequent conduct in peace his love for his city State post and order all these are conducive to his election CELEBRATED ANNIVERSARY 1 The Very Rev Father Lawrence Dax pastor of St Johns church anniversaryofcelebration was ofa strictly religious J Character tln A KNIGHTS I OF COL1IBIISI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Memphis Knights will visit St Peters church on Palm Sunday nnU receive holy communion in a body Holy Trinity Council of New York City entertained Its members and friends with an Irish night at the Lotus on Tuesday evening Council of Boston had U IISpencer entertainment Tuesday conjunction with the Hiber the benefit of Holy Itosary church Rev Father Heffernan addressed tine members of the Memphis council at their meeting last meek und re turnedsincere thanks for the assistance they rendered during his church bazarToledo Knights 11Jopen their second nnnual retreat tomorrow evening which will continue until the following Sunday when tire members will receive holy communion in a body lllght fiev BIshop Maes delivered a lecture for the Covington Knights on Thursday evening at their hall on Madison avenue Many visiting mem hers from Cincinnati and Newport were present MANY PROJECTS That Redound To Trinity Council Have Been Evolved The attendance fit Trinity Council continues to grow and each succes sire meeting1 shows an increased interest on thin part of the members President Tames H Kelly and his fellow officers have reason to con gratulate the council on the gool showing made last Monday nigh when six new members were electel and one application was received It was decided to hold an initiation after Easter The council will ap proach holy communion in a body on SundayPresident the chair Monday night and limo attendance was splendid Qreat enthusiasm pre vailed when it was announced that the bricklayers hnq gone to work on the superstructure of the club house The indications are that the now building will be rteidy for occupancy July 4- Mackin Council was invited to be Trinitys guest on the night of bringliotliPresident Kelly noting that every officer was present said it was the proper time to begin a campaign or 300 nnw members The idea received general nprpovall and steps were im mediately set afoot to secure the required nunVber It was also decided to hold Trin itys annual outing at Fern Grove on somn day in July the exact date to be decided late- rFRIENDLY SONS Rejoice When Guests Who Disagree Pleasantly Shake Hands FriendlySonsone hundred and thirtysecond anni versary of time foundation of their GeorgeWashingtonmembers of that organization Like the American republic the society IIs increasing in strength as it increases inyearsAmong those who sat about thf banquet board Tuesday night were William Tuft United States Secre tary of War Gov Hughes of New York the Most Rev John Farley Catholic Bishop of the archdiocese of Now York Bishop Potter head of time Episcopal church in New York Stephen FarreJly President Of the society Justice Victor J Bowling Augustus Thomas Judge Morgan J OBrien Gets Frederick Dent Grant and the Presidents of at least a dozen other patriotic societies The banquet was held at Delmonicos Secretary Taft and Gov Hughes mot and clasped hands in the banquet room Though opposing candi dates for the Republican Presidential nomination it was St Patricks day uO time for a fight Both laughed and the spectators applauded 11ETUKNS AFTER FUNERAL J II McDonald a member of Division 4 A O II and well known StoncgaJVotend the funeral of his father John McDonald which took place last Friday The deceased was born In Queens county Ireland sixtyfour years ago and was a veteran of the civil war Ills son is now in charge of time shipping department of the Stonciga Coke and Coal Company t THREE YEARS STUDY Dr Wallace T dalvln who was recently graduated from the Univer sity of lioulsvllle will leave next week to spend three years in Europe in further study before entering upon the practice of his profession Dr Gavin will divide his time abroad in the two leading medical colleges ot London and Berlin He Is the son of Dr John W Galvin the well known School Trustee YOUNG LIFE CLOSED The parents and friends of Miss Mattie A Arnold mourn her denthIwhich took place at the family ren I Idence Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets last Tuesday evening Tho deceased was itime daughter of Mr and Mrs John W Arnold and her funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church Thursday morning IN GOOD HANDS euphoniousAugloSaxon who will go to England to train Uio American athletes who are to take part in the coming Olympian games OnlUENORlfJ1YOR Quite a number of Democrats in belleftkatMo I i FRANK FEIIRBREWING CO po Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 1913rro WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor 1 Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 xOUXSVXLLE KY ASK FOE FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN H FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE ICYf JOHNPOERTEL COINCORPOR- ATBUBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KY V CHOICE i Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndhospitalforepileptic patients Both male and 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AAIJIJJI POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED fbon ati 528 Fifth Street PINES LIQUORS GIKARS VALS SALOONVAL LBSTCIt rM Hot Lunch every morning 111ttvUSOb aIoeL r- 41a w RKA0W r f T4 t y Now Open for Business 717 4th Ave t Opp MARY ANDERSON I Cumb 2207 Home 2207 4KENTpOKYIRISH AMERICAN SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS I i i THE BIG STORE SPROIAL SALE OF s MENS NEW SPRING TOP COATS 1rs 12Made of Fine Allwool Vicunas Cheviots 1v1 t and Coverts of Various lengths THE BIG STORE 424 West Market Fourth Between StII I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO oooNN o1100oNN000ON 4 PURAKDistilled Water Ulhia Water Club Soda Ginger Ale Vichy Cola Creamjy Merchants Ice 8k Cold Storage CO1 Mfrs 618 Seventh St i i MoNO1NONNNN NNN 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 BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West flarket Street 1111I 1 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amount of Invigoration SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45cexcellent MULLOYCOFFEB i ROASTER l P I fiQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For nuny years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range io the market They cook quickly bake excellently awl1 on account of their pilent air burners consume less gas than any other THey are more easily cleaned and are lade to last The keepinit 1007 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER Q SON 217 MARKET STRBBT NEAR SECOND HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYJ = MERCHANT TAILOR 426 West Walnut Streett Between 4th and 5th LEA llpP8ESSIW ANB 11EPA RING 1f IM w I1s SKM s TBrae Owt the Greint an4 PtiDtDcCrcJ t t REPEAL Of Law Prohibiting Tobacco Cultivation Universally- DCIilatllCll Dillon to the Fore For the New EducationalBill Lord Clnnricnrdc Grows Scared at Blrrells Threat of Expropriation WHAT WILL PARLIAMENT DO Although the Government has been experimenting in Ireland in the cultivation of tobacco for several years past there is still a ban on itu cultivation by Irish farmers The climate of Ireland is salubrious and conducive to the growth of an excol daysitin connection with her other tyran nies England put a stop to the growth of that aromatic weed just as she would put a stop to the growth of the shamrock if such a tiling were possible But now cornea lIon John Kedmond and as if by magic achieves something little short of a miracle He has united every memlber of Parliament in Ireland not only his own colleagues but the Orange wing of it in a common de mand that the law prohibiting the cultivation of tobacco in Ireland be repealed Whfrther the louse of Commons and the House of Lord will accede to the request is another matter J But there are other matters more Important even than til a repeal of the tobacco law Hon John Dillon a vet eran in the Irish Parliamentary party Is very much in earnest over the educational bill To the corres paperheother country In the world except In Ireland such school accommodation as we have had to endure would bring down upon the Government that tolerated it the condemnation of civilized humanity Such places as those in which Irish children were expected to obtain the rudiments ori education have been worse from time point of view of sanitation than cattle ranches of America theI Under such conditions it Is wonder why our children lived to obtain any education at all I am not at all sure whether much of the pestilence and contagion which from time to time have sent many of our people to an early grave have no proceeded from these socalled na tional schools Ixird Clanjlcarde the most miserly of all Irelands absentee landlords is still the laughing stock of London society It Is no laughing matter for Lord planrlcarde how ever For some tine he has con hl ered himself the most abused man in Ireland now he fears that he Is to be the most abused man in Englandl lIe is badly scared by the threat of Mr Birrell Secretary for Ireland to put through a bill for his expropria tion lie has rushed into print in his own defense in England and this veteran ovlotor does ndt believe in eviction when applied to himself He says his expropriation is nn out rage an atrocity an Eastern barbarism Time man who sa writes has turned thousands of men women and d ill dren out of their homes and from the frulta of their labor to starve and din on the roadside lie on the other hand is worth millions and if his lands were taken from him he would still have more money than any peerWhen fought against eviction they were given long terms in jail Lord Clanricarde can fight behind the legal barricades of the law There is no danger of any personal harm coming to him but lily all misers he fears to lose even a moiety from the thousands that he has received as a result of his evil methods It seems now that the House of Commons will agree with Secretary Birrell In his exproprIa- tion and that the House of Lords will scarcely dare to further jeopar dize its own shaky foundations by rallying to his defense SOCIALISTS GRIP Vote In English House of Commons Is Shock To Conservatives Those who have not realized that England is the most socialistic na tion In the world received a rude shock last Friday when they read the proceedings in the House of Com mobs on that day They learned then that the most socialistic measure ever introduced in any national legislature found 116 supporters among the lawmakers who by no means represent the full strength of the movement in the country Scores of others remained away because they dared not oppose the bill which was advocated toy a large proportion of their constituents This unemployed Ayorkmehs net vworkto nil workmen who registered themselves as unemployed or in lieu of work it must maintain the applicants and all dependent on them Aside from the principal involved in title pract1cal bo something appalling for the pro portion of socalled unemployed sometimes ranges as high as 30 per centot then adults This of course includesl a large class best described as unemployable who probably are more numerous In Great Britain fraiesuntonqyr w SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording1 Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J FordIi Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial KenneySergeantatArmsJames SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Hesslon DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bcrtrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Ilennessy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P DurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KinneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Roberts SentinelTimothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y 11 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesdaur Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretnryfhomllSDacllman Financial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy WHERE THE CROWDS G- OlOeHOPIIHSllc Largest Moving Picture Theatre la the World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCEF- rom 1230 io 1030 P M Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Chauge of Program Sunday and Thursady FOR THE LENTEN SEASON The Marvel Theater 340 W JEFFERSON STRFET Has Secured the Wonderful PASSION PLAYThe full life of Christ in mov ing pictures SHOWN DAILY FROM 10 A M TO 10 P M ADMISSION TEN CENTS 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 presen tation of nnmtcur plays and entertainments Terms reasonable Address JOSEPH E lULL 1025 Preston St Louisville Ky ployed an average of about 5 per cent of the membership It is not surprising therefore that the sup porters of the bill in the Houselof Commons airily refused to discuss the economics of their proposal HILEVS NEW CAFE Popular Tom Riley has opened anew cafe at the northwest corner of Eleventh and Market streets and his frirnds predict that it will soon be as much sought as his first place at Fourteenth and Main streets Patrick Olioughlln is the dispenser of refreshments at time new stand A complete line of fine wines liquors and cigars will ba found at RileyH cafe at all times Mr Riley will not abandon his first establishment at Fourteenth and Main streets but Is merely branching out lie had been a member of Division 1 A 0 il for eleven years and is known and esteemed throughout the three Fals Cities THE POPES JOKE responslnforsick friend In Venlcey and daring the week he granted an audience to a Jewish gentleman who alto iis a friend of the invalid Jn closing the interview Plus said to his visitor If you see our friend tell him I send him my apostolic blessing But Your Holiness observed Ute other IamTi Jew Oh that does not matter re sponded the Pontiff the goods are all right though the fpacklnip wiy be bad t- II SAD NEWS One of the Gate Twins Died Soon After teaching Canal Zone Though Far From Home New Found Friends Lent Assistance Grief Stricken Parents Tell of Uncle Sams Care of Employes LOUISVILLE FRIENDS WILL MOURN It will be sad news indeed for the many friends of Mr and Mrs Charles I Cate formerly of this city to learn that they lost one of their twin babies soon after reaching the Canal Zone The grief stricken par ants have written a touching letter to Louisville friends telling In part the story of tho death and burial ot the little one Though thousands of tl1eyfoundthe world over and that there are kind hearts in every land It will be remembered that Mrs Cate her little daughter and twin sons left Louisville a month ago for Panama where the husband and father Charles I Cato holds a lucrative position in the Governanerit service According to the letter which an nounces the sad intelligence of tho little ones death the family arrived at Colon on time but that ono of Wit twin boys had contracted chickenpox and a henry cold on time steamer The letter announcing the illness anl death left Gorgona Canal Zone March 0 and arrived at time Louisville Postoffice at 10 oclock on the night of March 10 just one week The letter tells of the many kind nesses both before and after the death of the baby and at the same time shows that the United States Government is looking after the cum forts and welfare of its employes in that region The letter says In part The little family was met at Cnrlstdbal by Mr Cate and with our hands full with our twin boys and little girl we could not help noticing the many little acts of kindness offered us At Colon we took ithe train to Gorgona and on arriving there went to the Oionio of friends Mr and Mrs Grant for dinner Loiter we called at the United States Government dispensary to see the doctor who gave our slcK baby every possible attention Timer wo retired to our dear little bung alow which has a great porch all around it four rooms a birth tub and shower toilet and separate washstands sink in time kitchen and water pure and plentiful Every morning and evening a man comes by with iresli distilled water for table use and drinking purposes We are furnished ice in abundance and coal and wood are put at our kitchen door as often as we need u We have a bed room sitting room kitchen and dining room all neatly furnished and so far as provisions are concerned they are as cheap us at home In my opinion Uncle Sam could not do any more for us all After the dear little child passed away I could not express my surprise at seeing Uiiy ladles call with their floral oiferlngs and to show other forms ot sympathy Later they took our dear little one and laid him In a casket trimmed by friendsthere were no white caskets here Tour gallant gentlemen car ried the tiny coffin out to the quaint little consecrated graveyard wliil our new round friends to the number of 100 followed afoot All along time route heads were bared women stopped and made the sign of the cross wagons turned in another direction so as pot to interfere with the funeral procession After the grave was filled a number of kind ladles remained to place the floral decorations on the little grave Not one hour has passed since tho funeral that some one has not called to offer sympathy and to ask If they could be of some service AMUSEMENTS Chauncy Olcott the sweet singer of Irish ballads will close his half weeks eagagerept ot Macauleya Theater tonignt In ONeill of Kerry he has a vehicle for displaying liU versatile talents and has thus fur played to well filled houses Manager E W Dustin promises another excellent bill for the moving picture show at Hopkins Theater next week Time films displayed last week were of admirable character and the Irish features were appre elated by the many who witnessed them This week the bill Is to be even better but of a more varied natureThe Ilajah of Bhong a melodious mixture of the upitodate variety with scenery and costumes entirety new will be seen here for the first time at the Masonic Theater next week The story relates to the adventures of a party of New York ers and Includes a circus owner in search of freaks a German Im presarlo in search of a prima donna and a Hdbrew explorer who drops lawn from his airship RECOVERING John Oetkeri and John Flynn two of the persons injured in the accident on the Daisy line last Saturday are able to be up and It is believed th it built will soon be able to resume their respective duties FORTY HOURS ADORATION The ceremony of the Forty Hours Adoration will begin at St Angus tines church Fourteenth and Broadway at the 10 oclock mass tomorrow lDoJ lngu l LET US DO YOU- RCleaning DyeingNow Spring Rush oooN TODAY SATURDAY LAST DAY JAJMES GREENESBIG 1 URITITURR SALETHIS BIG SALE OF FURNITURE CARPETS ETC A REGULAR FEAST FOR THE PUBLIC That the people of Louisville Kentucky aud vicinity have been taking advantage of Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlet Sale has been manifest by the large crowds in attendance at this big Furniture sale since the opening day Shipment upon shipment of manufacturers surplus stock of furniture carpets rugs etc have been added to this great sale from day to day Z and this most wonderful furniture sale has proven one of the greatest bargain feasts that the people of Louisville and the i entire State of Kentucky have ever heretofore been able to participate in and those who are attending the sale buy liber ally are well pleased with their purchases recommending their friends to Jas Greenes Big Manufacturers Outlet Sale of I Furniture The good news has been spread far and wide of the many bargains that Jas Greene is offering on Furniture Car i valueiout Jas Greenes Big Manufacturers Purchases by the wagon loads THE SALE ENDS TODAY MARCH 21st A word to the intelligent should be sufficient as Jas Greenes big furniture sale presents an opportunity to make youfindreading Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlet Sale at 425427 429 East Market Street Louisville Kentucky DONT DELAY BUT ACT QUICKLY AS THIS SALE POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT THE LAST DAY OF THE SALE MARCH 21st AT 1100 P M Train Loads of Furniture Bargains Selling Rapidly ACT QUICKLY BEFORE TOO LATE NNNNONNNONNONHaNONNNNONN NOONN f 14 Per 100 Bushelsfi- f We 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 CO Incorporated p 4 ++ 4+44+ + LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY i UNITED LAUNDRY CO i INCORPORATEDZiHAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED i BOTH PHONES 1188493732 GREENtoooNNOO1NNOONNNNoa Shorthand and TypewriiinEstablished Reliable System CMOS SPBVCIB President IIacquisition COMMERCIAL SCHOOL SkisFrancSIrulTIUDtrBarrlsSpcuecr t111 1Jlletsl s + CM TUB Gfias fl Rogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O S SUIT EVERY TASTE Give DS a cal jEfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 9 434 w Jeffersglis Street FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager p HEAD UARrERS FOR 1 Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprintLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY Utli lhoMi2sH l J rru DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horxes Called For ad Delivered Y OFFICE AND FO OEll3lliSEVENffN- a