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I KENTUCKY IRiSH AMERICAN r VOLUME XXNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 4 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS ld INDORSED lion John Itcdinonds Homo little Resolution Scores Big Victory Secretary Blrrell Aids Irish t Lender in the House of Commons Serious Problems Confront Liberal Party at This Time TWO HORNS OF A DILEMMA Cablegrams oh Tuesday announce that through the machinations of Hon John Kedmond and his Irish i Parliamentary followers the British House oC Commons had been put on record as favoring home rule by n vote of 313 to 157 The debate on Mr 1 Itedmonds resolution continued all day and far into Monday night In brief his resolution embodied the a idea that in the opinion of this House a solution of this problem can only be attained by giving the Irish people legislative and executive con trol of alf purely Irish affairs Later this was amended by adding AU subject to the supreme authority of the Parliament It became known late last week that Mr Redmond intended to force a showdown early this week and the whips caused earnest messages to be sent to absentee members of all parties The result was a very large attendance Monday In presenting his resolution Mr Redmond denounced the present system of Government in Ireland and put the question of home rule before the House of Commons in uncompro mising fashion He declared that nn overwhelming majority of the present house had professed their belief that this concession was a necessity and he added that every member of the present Government had at some time given public pledges to the same effectThe mover of the resolution said he desired to put them on record and thus free the hands of the Liberal party and the Government at the next election thus making sure that there would be no repetition of the pledges made by so many of the members at the last election not to r introduce home rule during the present session ol Parliament In conclusion he asked the House to give Ireland what has been given to the Frenchmen in Canada the Dutchmen o in the Transvaal and the colonists in AustraliaOil other hand Earl Iercyof fered an amendment declaring that the House was unalterably opposed to the creation of an Irish Parlia ment with a responsible executive Mr Birrell Secretary for Ireland came to the aid of Mr Redmond nail said there was not a man in the House of Commons but knew that sooner or later there would toe a very substantial modification in the rela tions between Great Britain and Ire land The Imperial Parliament he said had not time to attend to the needs of Ireland there were scores of vital measures requiring inane S diate and constant attention unless they were to allow something like lieu to prevail In Ireland In eon elusion lie said If the Nationalists should bring their proposal clearly before the people at the next general election he 1 ifellevcd the 1 Kngllsh voters would iullJ to their help In solving the problem But nowthat the House of Com mons 11aV so overwhelmingly com mitted Itself in favor of home rule that measure Is far trans an nceom plWied foot This Liberal Govern rit which Is now In power has Tuny other serious troublaee con routing It In the p Sir Henry CanipliellUannernmn Is n very sick man his death may occur at liar moment and there seems to be no united choice Vis to his successor Besides that thin movement to abolis- hthe l li Rowe of Lords is poring syiiipn limy atuI wu p art for the Liberalsfh r IbeeducallII literconp I naval appropriation bill PHilI the uM tie penwon bill Germany IIs to Inureasn Us naval lreii rtli And the rust majority nf for- ttKnjrllfli people ilu nutt wnnl KnifUwl to full bVhlid in that reIuwti l lhs UMrr1l1ll1I1 1NIII1 tu ihr 84wll h oldsftrMtnI l urrsrtl in IIID mary siwl ter M ustaH JillI igKPtlmr wonU Kiiher li nUrHH Nip mnflrl1l1JlI or rl e larriwt + Is rs hie wPrIi the rain kflrflll tI dlh11I1I1 t Pr its ral l0adrri err It dl t in sa- n sr Nf ee kncwak1 arrlwe r fnpub lu 11ItoII ter t prwNHeI 114- 1hrJ aalH1 Ilfj i u f8wrpl rvPel- wirof isebmrNNfrlrI allIdII hi a VlenralIulla r NAJJNJi KJ1 ArrJJ w Nfibbi+ etlwfl rulrHu4 i1101Air- iH iI fillrllijullul of inltl+ trr l7ivlrAu- ll lira J It ti I 21F 1Idi=e t ralW- Wi eel IIA I MME Ie l =JW raN rr+ arr craft 4 a r t1s t4- i it 4 to r w II roto 1era4Nigt n heraI tWoo Y1 d k 11 g3tiAI 1t n- a n aSao order it to last In the teaching Christ tho marriage contract Is otII dissoluble Human laws can not solve it The church in 4ta supremacy can not dissolve it The cessation of tin contract the remarriage to another of husband or wife renders fatherless or motherless the children of the first marriage dissipates in their souls the sanctity or tho home Divorce breaks up thc home which God intended ns the sanctuary of love and safety for hin band ned wife for son and for dAUg- hter Today as never before war is made upon Christian marriage The contract of marriage is stripped of ceremonial of all sacred meaningIt becomes a mere barter of hearts and fprtunes hastily en Vexed into as the most insignificant of commercial exchanges ito be no less hastily burst asunder and forgotten Divorce Is almost the fashion Nations vie pith one another In yielding up their statute books to Its decrees America loads lu the race to do honor to its rule Our record in this regard iffi shameful The moment is solemn for the Catholic church She Is on exhibition before the world as the one Christian church since she alone Holds stead fastly to the teachings of Christ on marriage The is on exhibition as the one guardian of the family and of the social fabric Itself Referring to the recent encyclical of the Pope Archbidhoa Ireland says The aim of the legislation enact ed in the encyclical ty to throw strong safeguards around marriage removing from espousals and from the contract of marriage the fatal peril of taste and thoughtlessness The remedy to this haste and thoughtlessness is the presence of the priest nt every marriage and the opportunity allowed him io ascertain forehand whether there are pre existing impediments to the onamnge and to give to the parties to be mar vied such counsel as will fit t3iem for the reception of the sacrament and secure to them the plentitudo of itu spiritual graces GRAND SITE For Passion1st Monastery- Is Located In New England The Passlonist Fathers have pur chased on estate In Brighton Mass and propose to erect a convent there It will be the eleventh of its kind tu the United States Dna the community house will include a seminary in which postulants will undergo the severe training necessary for entrance into the order a monastery for Passionist missionaries and students and a church around which will be formed another congregation timetl1tltl t lEngland The preliminary plans for their entrance were arranged bj Archbishop OConnell of Boston The situ of the new Passhmixt monastery is said to be the most cle atOll piece of land In Brighton and Is known as the old Nevins estate It is situated on Washington street tear the business section and con sists of thirtyfive acres of land The assionists rove purchased nine acres of this tract These nine acres ar the best part of the estate and form- a plateau which affords a splendid iow of the surrounding country From almost any spot on the plateau n beautiful view can be ob ulned The monument on Dorchester Heights the State House Bunker 11111 jVolntH In Somerville Wnverly Belmont AVatertown the former homo of our own Father York and Newton can be sera The Charles river Js close by and from the estate one can look down into the Harvard stadium CRADLE OF WEST Bardstown to Celebrate the Centenary of Cath olic Episcopacy Time Catholics of Nelson county under time leadership of the Very llev Father diaries J OCVmnell will coin hrntu the nttt nary of the dloocnc of Louisville next week rJ11t cclelirn lion will bo lucid In thu historic old uliurch of lit Joseph ut Htirdstown and one of time feutunw will lit the opunlnif of u mission o lie ounduutei by Oio IasKlonlitt FutherH I Next Wednewlay marks time our I liuiwlretllh unnlrertuiry of the wplwoI imvy In KenUiuky tin April B Hal j CllrIauuliWM+ r At that limit llianlMowii wu I Rime SoSt lur lie wi of till trulWlrLnllwl HtutrrP Imt the SMI 1 If Hit Ikl11 WHS irviiftforriMl I Miillln AIk HJwli Im dlull1I W415 urratsI1 n April IIWa It WHS RIl initU I SullmltIr 4 110 timid Ita fir+l I 111 lir JI1rltl Itter JII Jm- trahh iispirl asr wIPIPlxrnlrI Mj I In11N1 r d lied 111 Iiil ntlr alt- AIfI iiJI1 mild huts Iltsk row tJu her I I Jlw Mm n1 UlrkI weer Hul tttt t JHnlrtnv 1i N- Hd WiIfHI Ieei1 wi 4 I 1 M 4 i = I fieI flans Ml It J JtP tn I rr IMfcttff Itf LFIT WPi w- marr Jr I- IIn t oM t It a1 t that I 1rtk I Co her I etA II rcrlp tai Ltitr- lW bI ud ttI- p ItaJ L f ii JIWo4 l ieru ri 111Ififi4 tl into tlrg I drd I o t wI 1I 1IM I I f r BROTHERLY Trinity Council Extended nn Open Vclcoinc to Mnckln Routine Matters Dispatched to Iledr Talks of Good- Will Members of Both time Councils Encouraged Tjy Joint Assembly ABLE ADDRESSES DELIVERED Members of Trinity Council were the hosts of Mockin Council atIIi meeting held at Trinitys hall last Monday night It wok a splendid get together affair and the occasion proved beneficial as well as enjoyable to the members of both councils Hearttoheart talks were numerous and all the addresses breathed that spirit of brotherly love und good fel lowship that serves to make tins fullyImbuedand Country Mnckln Council met at its clu house for a few brief minutes but President Robert T Burke dispatched only the most necessary routine busi ness before the members took the cars for the East End and Trinity club house Before adjourning time members resolved to receive holy communion tomorrow morning Meanwhile Trinity Council had been called to order by resident James B Reply and routine mutter were dispatched so that the greater part of the evening could be given over to the entertainment of the ex pected guests Two applications were received and Mite Ways and Means Committee made iv favorable report nnd announced a special meeting of Its members for Thursday night The Entertainment Committee announced that it had arranged rto give four dances the first one on the evening of April 29 The Visiting Committee reported that Cnpt Harry Bundsclm was a very sick man It was also announced that forty prizes had bee secured for the euchre to be given on the night of April 23 Daniel J Hennessy one of the veteran members of the council but who hind not attended for some time ex res6c lt1 aplca311rcattltrgrawthofr tInn council and said he was pleased to see so many new faces Philip ICaltenthaler made a talk along similar lines and after President Kellj hail urged nil to bring in new mem bers Mr ICaltenthaler promised to lend his best endeavors to Increase the society by at least twenty Frank Ackermani also made a brief con gratulatory talk Judge Patrick T Sullivan who is n member of Mnektn salt it was his first visit to Trinity but he expressed his pleasure at be- Ing there Ho said ho liked the order because it was doing great good forI young men Older men he said know and realize the benefits the Doling mud inexperiencedireceive both pn Ituully and material1 us r result uf membership In time Y Af I At this juncture Macklus members wo Iked in in a body and were ivnnnly welcomed iby President Jimmies B Kelly He said the visit ivas looked upon with delight amid as an encouragement to Trinity Council Ht then called upon llIIam1 IIIgginR editor of Itime Kentucky Irish American UK u rwpreKiiitntlve of th press and as a member of Mnckln to address the joint assembly Mr Hlgfflng spoke briefly but In ndmlr alien of ithe HJIIltl1ul I brought tin alllllauHlInf Mackhi Council who was the next speaker Mr Burke advanced several HJiltiulld dean for the betterment nf ttin order In oulHvIIe and commend eIt l Trinity Coiintll for Un wlwlom la Kohctlng such an ndtnlrable locution fur tlio new home HeI iUdgeil Mnckln CouuellK rapport In its varl OliN rnterprlKeii lie udviMntfil the Im liurlniue of a well equipped gym naittiiinDuvld OTonnell a pioneer member nf Trinltv mid hunts S Ilulily one nf MncklnV oldest nnd muil uetlvc iiieiu1itni followed with heart I 1 heart talks thatt were tnJotrul br alt Thin Iasi Imatutwi vIIIIlIftld the haN llmt ultra Mmtlilii next Iteeaine Trln llyd uiiitftlii It Mould lie In tin new iHiib lioiui He nlro gait raaollent mhloe UN to how in rtmnill tint mem beri lili BIK lflltl all in inuke jreal effnrU to Imllrl eiiterloln Imkt B+ iirenii 111 Ill inoei here IH KIP Mil fttlwmt Kelly in belmlf ef Trinity uM that Hiey were All ilia 4 Irlm this IIIUIII mef 5iekinr- Jrudsr W IItltIJ Iul Oran 1 PreWret Alhre IF ylnrlheu rail hr- rir wrrh ihr tire1 liiHhiisky jMrh1- 4HI waW Hun h e prrent III suE It WtINHt Hsrr4be1 g IIr rrprrd ee rnrrr- i Irh ass a ior tsHllM ie rd Trai- tbswrN iir 14welIIur- P5k AAMNir lrtIMflHl at IP- rBestll Itl lltJHI IIrr4xp iAr a or7r1 WI r4ae4I I1e 1 r w1tIt tw IMIrahthhs JI te fwd 1 tMiii t HIM W- arrer Imuie J Inee w- Nr 1M i4salsw rule fIINI w foal EMNHikk 1wt lJtrw f ad i a 11rIIrtw a aY r usllr wag Ws 4111NIPr Nt 11 eedStM4 MY JvlJpW- WI1NP I 1tthJtl 1 rHtT Lw a r tiMa jJtlrisw FaleirPInr I aa44 owa Nbha iHI 5OpJQAr- IU hpai owl 1rPmkl MwtfM MWH N tOar r 4tf At 4r JKtf Mr viftttM fA 4ltgtlfs IMMMleeu JM ro i e isY t ft+ c tI IMP r11Ja ra dealo- IJ 5 address from John unuiff a mem 67Trinity II receive holy coiirniuniou in a body at St Aloysius church tombrrovniug e UNION ABEL Is Wanted Ois Official OrI San of thel nights of Columbustat President James jC Murphy of the Typographical Unkiof New York one of tlmc strongest laborunions in the Unite States has addressed a letter itoVKjfiiglits of Coluin bus all over the country asking that the official order be made to 011l1nrthatlabel Mr Murphy is nnd Po member of No jfIlls and able He shows that the tyrSgraphtcal unions of America stand ffo time bettermentt of the citizen and if tter civilization and rthat in all reforms whether of nn economic civic oreliglous nature the Catholic union Inrinter Is ever in the front rankiifc printing the Columblod the Official organ of time Iftnights of Oolumb fs he asks his fellow Knlghlts to u nth use of the particularj alight here it majjjbe said that In this section of the country nearly all the Catholic social ud fraternal or ganizations have adapted the union label on all their pointing This is true of time Catholic Knights of America the Catholic Kn jht s and Ladies of America the Knights of St John the Young Mens Institute the An dent Order of Hibernians and the Catholic Order of Forresters RECENT DEATHS Miss Sauna QlnlblcJb twentyseven herbrotherstreet Sunday and was buried from St Anthony church Tuesday morn ing The deceased was well liked and her untimely death is mourned by many sincere friends Time funeral of William F Blum who died Tuesday took place front the Cathedral of the Assumption Thursday morning s The deceased was born in Germanysixty years ago and waa the pioneer worker in art glass in this the United States A sectioniof children survive him Time funeral of Annie Marie the baby daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis T Heffernan 231a West Walnut street took place Monday the re mains being tender laid to rest in St Louis cemetery friends and rela tives without number sympathize withitheaberrared rentsin their hour of grief After a lingering illness John Lang a well known molder aged thirty years passed peacefully nwuy on Friday nignt of last week at the home of his parents on Portland avenue leaving one brother James Lang nUll two sisters Misses Anna and Julia Lang to mourn his death The funeral took place Monday morning from St Patricks church and was largely attended Martin Canfield nn old and highly expected resident of Louisville died it his home 1823 Lytle street Friday and was burled from St Patricks church Thursday morning He Is sur Ived iby lib wife Mrs Johnunnh Can field and five children The deceased was in point Of service one of the oldest employes of the Louisville Itnllwny Company and was born In Ireland fiftynine year ugo Five nonths ago he was retired on a tension The death of Miss Catherine Haney beloved daughter of Mlohnel and Jrldget Huney 200 Cninphell street last Saturday evening caused a feel- Ing of profound gloom uiuong tin wide circle of friend by whom slit vuH lucid In the highest esteem and idinlrntlon for lice many splendid traits of diameter Her funeral tool pluee Tuesday morning from St Johns church lev Fiithcr flux offl rlutlng IatI the solemn muss of requiemMrs Mary Kelly fiftytwo year or ago dirt nt Klla belli Hospital SVudnolulayfarm the hock of it serious Hurulnal operutlon Ilio deceased hud lived fur mini pears at 11533 Klghtli treul mind IM survived by her Jnmbiim John 1 fKelly for ninny years with the city iiiinip repair stimuli mindl one non Johi Kully u 11111111 liter Tlio funeral liwik plnto IIurn Ht Jxnii Her I rands uliiircli yesterday morning Mrs Kelly won well IMMUVIM In tier imintim nil in wlileli slit hired When Mrs UcrUm 4lrlnlfr101 daiirlk strut Missed In her diurnall rmmnl Hunts oaring to wllliis trfiuwli lust oar of Its inol full hiful ctrl rxmnjitury ninii fjtrn wiiiiiun who Mao fllwoyi tin kitf tfiwxl ihwnswl rrr thi widow uf IItlsl KrelrlhK unit in mrrtcwl 1h np tattt Welt MHO ilaHghtpr film wu u HNllrr HI Ireland but had llvm In iMMUri Hourly nil leer life tIll NNsrsl Ik pta P iiwvuap morN itsv i alker niI hMII u+htllr tat ihr rat14PN tlltlN1 IHal ri WIIU1tc1 SIAl1AlYty IIIJIII- M1 I wMHi idubwsrIy r arr In R steel 81 tisssP HMIIfl IH 114 MI elisiJPrvii- r isPalloiHP arr bnhlfl it IHUM 1witI this HMT tIN1rIP r II amt nee wrl titI ii Ikie- HwHa4lrkPd IIN It tIit rPwN r- 4r ihara MI rHa1t i4w Mal r antra u eerier I w saaah WN uhal1 lout Hew 1la a + wMiat welt sssr 1 e 1 rr Slaw w tH M iIM ul i- srP alvlry imiul Hut try rtlwl aes- p 1 r ee k lIP4 N Jb44ifrl41 ti riaiNtaee M rr tint Mi IW iil rt t Ertl 1c seMig ir i i wink awl llrr rlklp4imlr are +wartkawulp- ft1 JoH61ttl f4t raws4gsar 1r- rJrr if J4m lMv1III 15 II Isuyrll- a eMP14gd10rr n MORE WOES I City Jlospltnl Again Scene 01 Internal Strife and Turmoil Abolish Two Olllccs to Get Kid 01 Very Staunch Democrats Take Out Insurance Policy If You Vant Place as Policeman I- COMMITTEE USES WHITEWASH Is there never to be any rest or lIospltalIUIdeye toward that institution when he wroto One woe doth tread upon anothers heels So fast they follow When Dr Vogt was Superintendent of that institution Dr Jouett Meno mansgomenWhenbrief authority Dr Vogt was released and Dr Menefee succeeded him It IettcDrIt Owen as head nurse bcvxuse he be disciplinarianNext that declared the City Hospital was nit generallackdared he was not responsible for the prevailing conditions A little later Martin Krebs the brother of a Councilman was appointed steward Krebs and the cook failed to agree and Dr Menefee sided with the cook lift wanted the steward dismissed rnlCouncilman Krebs wants the cook dismissed New before that nwutter is settled Dr Menefee and Miss Owen the hood nurse have disagreed and the doctor wants the Board of Public Safety to dismiss her The trial began behind closed doors on goingtobeen completed It is said that Dr Nfeneieo claims that Miss Owen does riot enforce discipline What Mias Superintendent taxpayers pay heavily to support that institution and want the unfortunate people who go there properly cared for With such quarreling mid bicker ing the patients are suffering and heroic measures are necessary to straighten out the situation At a meeting of the General Council held this week time office of In spector of Weights and Measures mind of his assistant were abolished not to save Urn salaries but for the pur pose of ousting two Democrats Prank Dugan the inspector anti Tarry L Drown his assistant The lutlcs of the office will now devolve upon the Building Inspector or such deputies OR Jie may select Under time old order the people had protcc thin against dishonest dealers but there seems no guarantee that the Building Inspector knowis anything about the matter The Bwrd of Public Works is talk ing loud and long about LoiilsvllleN clean streets What streets are being cleaned pray Are they In time residence districts where the man with the hoc has not been seen for months policetorcegoing the rounds that may heIr you to land time job There Is nKur- ullce mon in the General Council who Some tines ngo vas accused of having circulated dcfamntorv reports con prnlng the Catholic Knight of America and other fraternal Insiir nice societies The story goes raw hnt this same member of the Get real Council is making capitalommtl of his official position It Is nllegfd that lie promises a mnn a position on the pallet forte in return for u MOflO policy on his life Does 1hln Ionic like gmft4ir IH It the legitimate Kinoluinent of n city father AH wan predicted the Investigation ly the two boards of the General rVxiiicIl Into tho ruinorR of undue nfliienre In 1pnxhiiig thft Fetter fninoliUo ordlnnnrr was a perfeet fitter and Ithe majority and minority reports were whitewashes The majority rejKirt NiibmlUed liv the tiiltcoininlttef1 nf the lower board 111- 11Ilrrcl several malt em of vital Inter not tend II1hrtJlrIIllcl othrriti it leoiunl men of eeivanllee amid other irisI Indulged In n ri onalltleii It ai railedl newspaper rexirti r and other tvhii testified before lime commit tent null tae roiiiiiilttreinen Innlited Hint K per lon had been onut upon tlieJr tlDrnoler Nonn of Hiem hare filed iMilU tier llUrl rtItII ICpIllO- ritflr1Mtor of Chapel Car llit Honored fly Our Holy rumor Jir IttUtt X hear entdrrrs1 flu oralnr of tin hlbHd uirmn Anihr sa- Petry M Mfmin JJIBH of NOW York HIT lilr 4l UHI OMltAJfIt ales oHjf if1 Iter blttoI of IIlceJIIm Irl ear 1 r- lntr M INw a JCulJlhl Ht rM Hrp I Ii I 11r urir la Hite of the mildest IN liar karflb sail earr4n Mile It a Ito iNMtjNti aN IlfflflLIttI atrr Af wmafPrs t P14 IIue4 INlIHiNt4- HI Us Irwr a fkisera in II M ul J uIIII Uttl 1ba Qrvvt j41i I hI i tjIf thy or hllrlfIIJIUftal4s4 JNI JlJII t 1411l 4 Sr y I lleW- tlul TiffinyMedrw lliWi Wiese- is4s a wkaJ IIIVal1 Ill ram ikMr Jut dPtssii t srasatiM lflIr Hat p M Jolt lapint4 iaf r JW1I ws It iiq M It U trader kiss supervision at the Iullma I churchin Oar Works the first and only chapel serviceInare devoid of church facilities JIt carries a complete chapel with seats for several hundred persons nnd has private state rooms for time priests an apartment for time Bishop when he bathroomdiningtravels from place to place and time missionaries conduct services for weeks at a time organizing parislie and arranging for the building or chapels The car recently has Im1 great success in Kansas andls now operating in South DakotAto The church authorities at Rome hearing of the work of Mr Petry placedtheirto knighthood This is said to be the first honor awarded since the found ing of the Catholic church extension GregoryLaveand at the court functions wear in diplomatic uniform with a Knights cloak hawing a Star on ithe left shoulder Time order was establishe as a reword for personal sacrifices for the church and to honor men who have added lustre to the CAuse of religion l y reason of their learning or discoveries STRENUOUS Hatred to Anarchy Drove Apostle of Disorder From Ireland With nil the talk one hears and rends about cattie driving In Ire land that country is not a fruitful soil for the doctrine of anarchy To his sorrow John McAra a Scotchman has found out that preaching disorder and violence does not meet with the approval of time Irish even in time Black North Me appeared one Sunday morning on the Belfast Custom House stepi which form n free forum for cranks of nil sorts who think they have a message for the people The usual usuallanguldinterest only a new brand of crank but when he began to justify the assassination of the King and Crown Prince of Portugal some one threw a brick un1 narrowly missed his head McAra dodged and declared that in his opinion all rulers ought to be killed A shower of bricks followed this remark anti several of the audi ence began to dig up the paving stones At this point some one rushed Into the police barracks close by and begged time officer in charge to send a strong force of police to lock Me Ata itp before he was thrown into time Long h The police arrived just as the crowd had decided that the Lough was the best place for Limn The police rescued him after several heads hind been broken and the next morning he was sent to prison for three months Ac he left the Police Court he remarked that Belfast did not seem ripe for anarchist propa ganda INDIGNANT East End Residents Resent Causeless Arrest of Youth Residents of time East End are much incensed over what they deem u wanton outrage in the arrest of- Ihilip Miller at Shelby and Broadway last Sunday Miller Is a feeble- minded boy and his mother receives i75 a year from the State to aid In his maintenance lost Sunday Detec tires Ludwlg and Black were noslnJr- nblJllt jifrt lid lifters anti espled- young Miller nt Shelby and Broad vay They took It for granted that Miller knew something and offered him a dollar each to help them enter Mace Gosx saloon Miller told them time only way to get Into Goss place was to take nn ax and break Jn Such n sally brought him the dis pleasure of till detectives and after nklng him to Campbell and Madison streets the detectives summoned the patrol wivgnn mind sent him to time station Jiouse on the charge of ills orderly conduct They attempted to prove that the youths was n look omit tar loss TJB ease lull flat In the Pollei Court and Miller was dismIssed Time lUinliisiil liar not lusremrltime feeling Ui the last1 12nd against the ile lectlrei IIUULVPJIISTORY Of Amcrlcu IH Associated With Church Now In Ruins trelliiilnary Miens linve liven taken lll Iliu Illtflit Jller John Juiuen- ulioji nf Jtellovllli ilL unit other rfryy In lime dlrwltlCt to save tilt nut Calliolk oliuroh of 4 lie Huh Jtti lly at Caho ll was rrrct Mlln tort and iiJthtlr time oldest or unit of the very oldest tlmrtlies In l ValleyKI was bunt wwii nler tin Illinois snot 11J1l1Jlilllp1 riv ers lead wr l lqllh- Jtlll uml YutlmrrlMurtrite and aimeN Cukakia oar alrabhIutmwl II a IrwdliiK klallon U WU nnir Ihi- irhsrb dial IIonllao thin IIUIM In Usn Mitt wsr klllw- la raasHI yrara tli i4iurvli leer fnllpH luio enemy1 ami1 Is New ahrui a ruin It In lImetior ties preyoh lima rrUo hiihtpr IMxttop Juiiwn hart a UJNrerNPN Hu loeot tll Itfll It- 1HH1 taller aw- lsNi1fj1 O1 PlfM1NMo 1 Nfl I4IPIf nt VutfJ III allrii I liter X erlt f iirfafrb iaQfere JA- PkoICI4IA1t kt J r sr1 rrrr A 14fft4 fyro fH1 up twtrl h JH an HARD 7lSNSfr Bowery Statesman Gives Ideas About Womnu nail o Suffrage Girls Work to Give TJicir Broth ers n Chance at 1 School a Women Do Not Work Because They Are Tired of Firesides S PLACES BLAME ON THE PARENTS Dig Tim Sullivan the Now York politician who is known there as time Boss of the Uowery tins ilsown ideas on any subject and never tails to give an answer to question propounded to him He is full of sound common sense too Big Tim j stands six feet two in his stockings iand is built in proportion but without ian ounce of superfluous flesh ifsneither smokes rheas nor drinks A for opeprOaclled forhispertaining c ofcigarottohe abominates and passed from tha suffragewlnieltIDo I believe the women would be as conscientious as men if they had llIgfitnbelieve that women are 40 per cent at least more determined in their convictions than men thenhearmake ontimontoften times get a man to tAlk over things and convince him by your elo quence but the woman is looking for practical results every time She will listen she even likes to hear the talk but it dont usually change her A man can talk for hours or days or weeks about his love for a woman but until he begins to speak about 1 the wedding ring and the priest she dont act particularly moved by hit flow of words have you ever noticed that It will be the same way with their votes All the arguments that are b 1prett3n man thats right down here in time heart of things on the great East fIbigjstreetsarterieilorand women goinp to work eight of em to a man They go to the fac 1 tories and the shops and they work there until 0 oclock + Sometimes there are ten or eleven children In u family and ten of them are of the female sex I know of lots jf cases where the girls 1In a family ire nil working hard so as to give the one bov a good education that they couldnt have themselves That sort of sacrifice is so common down here that it dont cause any com ment it is taken as a matter of course Then you read of some man ivho makes n speech up at Albany or- stnue other place nnd says with tears In his voice that the firesides the only place for women Thats all right but ds he furnishing fjIresldiM or IK any one else and does he think that these ten girls in a family aru going to work in a netory because theyre tired of their firesides Mr Sullivan was asked what he thinks of the hill recently introduced to place a tax on time fortunes of American girls who marry titled for signers Personally I cant say anything about the Vmiderbllts for I dont knowl them he replied They dont know me We only met once In our liver no fur ns I know That was at the Ornnd Central Station and one of them nuked me If I would please get out of the way I did Of I dont blame the Vanderbilt girl at nil T dont blame any of those girls they dont know any better but what T think ought to ho done In lo have a ooininlHHlon of lunacy ap pointed tor their parents I woul- deuggestthat I and would vote for It IHKUGLLS DILL Provides ror Universities at Dublin and Belfast CableFollowing J John lied nines sjilendld Watery for homo rule Mr JIIIIJI RIIlnlarr for Ireland on Tnwduy tot nduced Ms Irish University 4 ll Tlinro was a full nt niwlaiien mill n large nuinlier of Isllors cruwileil the galleries Tlio central Idea of Mr JlfrrellS irujwt Is lo found hv royal charter wHI11l4dIIIrII p w tIliJhfJlIlIl l 01 tilt Honitlluunt hnaiwlirs twit nff irlilnli Cork and rialivny mint eel rKptoexlatlyingvjiiililiiln the ljiriiponwll new Kitrllt+ rrn Unlmrsdjr tvliluli protmtily trl1 if UIIIIOIItliJ 1 toI I 11IIII r III tsil tba Dublin rasit NlbI sir littforef IflrtltbrksirMMxWtW 1 aafx ilillll 119 fJoJj Ira ruulJ r1 kcfrtJ KENTUOKY IRISH AlYTERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGflN Devoted to the Morel and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers c 7 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc Entered it the Loulivllle Poitolllce at SecondClas Hatter Address all Coanuolcatlons t the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St it ISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 4 1908 MISINFORMED An anonymous author in a letter published iu the Catholic Telegraph last week makes this strange announcement We regret that Luuin ville Catholics have not the same facilities as you Catholics of Cincin nati to meet such scurrilous attacks The anonymous letterwriter is either sadly lacking in information Concerning his homo city and it Catholic press or else he wilful misstates facts Louisville Cuthollci support four Catholic weekly news papers the Record itliw official organ of the diocese the Glaubensbote and the Argus two German Catholic pa and last but by no means leastk terskthe Kentucky Irish American Whili the Catholics of Louisville appreciate the support of outside Catholic new ipapern theyarc stronglyI imbued with the idea that local Catholic papers are fully able to protect their coreligionists from offensive publi- catIons in dally papers It has been done in the past and it will be done in the future In this connection it might be well to add the following letter from a A AShelbyville business man and Catholic x IrishAmerican vhldi is self explan story Dear Friend Higgins congratu late you and the Ancient Order of Hibernians of your city for making P the Times apologize for that scurrilous article on St Patrick hi s sosvery kind 1 in the Cincinnati Cath olic Telegraph to call attention t this Louisville Times I remember years ago I went to Cincinnati aul visited the Zoo and what was my 1chngrln and mortification to see in the monkey cage with a placard hanging on its side but Mr miniI Mrs Pat Rooney housekeeping I q have no recollection of the Catholic Telegraph snaking any defense of till Irish of Cincinnati or that it made any kick whatever on the subject at that time I will admit that the Irish of Louisville have been rather slow to resent Insults of this chartcter but now that the good work has com menced let them keep everlastingly at it until they make every news paper there respect and honor our people as they should All honor and praise to the Ancient Order of Hiber nians for this last good body blow cow let them go after good anti strong the stage Irishman and the postal card caricature fiends DISCISKX GODS HAND In a recent article published in one of the great American daily papers Isis Eminence Cardinal Gibbons gives this sound advice on the responsi bilities of modern freedom a You Should discern the hand of God in the dully occurrences of life You should regard nil the events hap pening to you such as poverty mil wealth sickness and health life and death and even time afflictions and persecutions arising from the malice of men you should regard all these I say not as accidents and real evils but as visitations controlled and di k rected by an overruling providence 1 They are links In the chain of your immortal destiny they are so many t gems in time diadem of your glory Blessed Is the man who in every occurrence of life preserves in his 1heart an unaltercble adhesion to Gods will through honor and dishonor through evil report and good report In sickness nnd in health In prosperity and adversity Blessed is due who hears the paternal voice of God in the thunder of tribulations that resound over his bead Happy is 3io who hail this short but compre lienmve prayer often in his heart and on his lips Thy will 0 Lord ho done Thrice happy are they who can ray with the confidence of the apostle Wio sha oparnte us from 1ho too of of Ohrist and a loyal attachment to Ills will Shall tribu lation or distress or danger or per secution or the swords I am sure that neither death nor life nor sngels nor prlnclpnllMeg nor powers sior things present nor rUlings ti came nor height nor might nor any other creaturo Shall be able to sep arwto us from the charity of God1 a lUiDMONDS VIOTOUY lion John Jledmoml In jubilant anti JioQinH a right to be over lib splendid victory for the cmuo of borne rule In the ItrlUoh House ot Commons Mon mar night He points out that ft IH the first time In time history of the House of Commons that uifli an over wfc lmn victory for Irish looms rule a bu been Attained In 38M Glad wtonft Mil WM rejected by n majority of bMy RM IH 1M3 hU Wit rnut eari d1a majority pater to TiMed Surly OI4 ON eerlata innil- wvltey It daepalleda Ullua to fire 4 dr Met u O11 JfM01 lea Ina00nn I was carried by a majority of 150 ItI must be said that the result was ji more remarkable when one considers that his demand for home rule was uncompromising and in no sense a hate way measure Secretary llirrell aiid lion Herbert Asijuith both spoke for the Government and indorsed Mr Hedmonds home rule resolution and every member of the administration including John Morley Sir Edmund Grey and Secretary Haldane voted for the resolution It is to die hoped that this signal victory will serve to unify all the factions in Ireland nnd that the Irish 1arliamentnry party will be given a chance to bring things to a successful Issue John Hull is at his old tricks If he can not will in open warfare he resorts to trickery lie still covets this fair land of ours and Is now engaged In trying to tie the hands of Uncle Sam with an arbitration treaty Meanwhile England and Japan are pledged to each other by an offensive and defensive treaty and while the United States would be arbitratingwith JEngland Japan could come up and sandbag from behind When the cost of mining coal in Kentucky Is compared with the price at which it is sold there seems no valid reason for the operators re fusal to pay for the shotfiring that protects their properties from destruction The law has long been needed and no mine should be operated where It Is not rigidly enforced DR MONAGHAX Wins Notre Dame Univer sitys Coveted Laetare Medal Dr Jnmes Charles Monnghan be cause of his noble work toward the furtherance of morality education especiallybecause t to the United States has been named b UniterstrAmerican university can bestow upon n citizen of the United States that of the Laetnre medal for lOS Dr Moniifrlum acted as United States Consul to Mannhehn Germany from 1883 to 1880 and to Chemnitz from 1893 to 1897 In 1890 he was u delegate to tho Worlds Commercial Congress and in 100S editor of the rev ports of the Bureau of Foreign Commerce lIe is a graduate of Itrowi University and has been n member of time faculties of Notre Dame and Wis consin Universities The formal bn wtownl of the medal may take place at Notre Dame hid May 17 It time contemplated reunion orall the Iii ing Laetare medalists BANKRUPTCY Follows In Wake of Socialism in England Say the Dispatches Just now England is in the throes of a great socialistic upheaval hut where the Socialists have been in power tho people have awakened to the true situation One lesson to England of the fallacy of socialism was furnished last week at Battersen the home of John Burns the labor leader and which he represents In Parliament Time borough has been made bankrupt by Its Socialist CouncilIts is exhausted and it is un able to raise money even to pay the wages of Its employes bank The Council held a secret meeting on Wednesday and the Socialist majority moneyformunicipal rcfonni members to assist CountyCouncilthe bank for further advances Ac counts amounting to 145000 have been passed for payment but tIll borough has no money to meet them FEDEIiATIOX The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies moll meet hereafter at Bertrnnd Hall and the first ses sion In the new quarters will be held at 8 oclock next Thursday night The hall is In St Louis Bertrands par odlrial school building Sixth street between Oak anti St Catherine on1 is admirably adapted for Federation purposes Time lady delegates will have charge of the social features of the approaching aneetlnig and n full attendance is desired Among other attractions President Newton 0 Rogers line promised to deliver an address on Uio One Hundred Year War In France WILL PLACE PLANT HERE Tho news that 0 A Finnegan formerly of this city but now an officer of tho Vulcan Smelting Com- Pany of Chicago had sold six lots at Thirtieth and St Xavier streets to that corporation was received with no IIttlo Interest In the West End as it Is believed it is the intention of the Vulcan Company to place a branch foundry here Mr Finnegan WM formerly preeldent of the Finne pan lmeltlng Company at Twenty nlBth and Lytle treti wboM plant situ dwtrojrMl bytre about two years o d ua 1 lOur Work Is The 1TAi 01 THE TOWN I QUALITY IS OUR QIVBUS AVIC INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON THEATER L 2 JMrs John Fallnhay of Duncan street Is visiting relatives in Indian apolis Mike Melvin has returned from a weeks visit to relatives at New HavenMrs Jack Gilbert has returned from an extended visit to relatives at Jackson Tenn Mrs Frank McDonogh of Florence Place ds convalescent after r serious spell of illness Miss Mary Sweeney was this week tho guest of her sister Miss Ella Sweeney at Springfield I Henry F Doherty has returned to his home in New York after a pleas- antl visit to friends In this city Miss Alma Jones has been receiving much social attention at Owingsville I where she visited Miss May Lineup Miss Katherinel McNeil has been having u delightful visit at Central City the guest of Mis Rachel Me Neil Miss Elizabeth Carlisle of Lebanon is spending a few days with her cousin Mss Maria Merlmee of liable maim aveniie Miss Marie Heverin has just re turned from a visit to OllcHs Station where she was the guest of Miss L Urthland Mrn Herbert Fleming and daugh ter Miss Aline of South Louisville have returned from n visit1 to rela tives nIt Indianapolis Mr mad Mrs William J Abrum of this cityivlmo have been making oat extended tour of Europe and are on their way home were this week in Paris Col Matt Whin who has been in the 1 East looking after jils varied in tentH will return next week and remain until after the Jockey Climb u spring meeting Mrs Val Lester who has been con fined to her home for two weeks as the result of rheumatism is some what improved and her friends hope to see her out in the near future Miss Nora Brown Gov Willsonc culleIhomeof her father John Brown He was suffering from a severe cold but snow convalescent T C Laughlin of New Albany wh was seriously injured by falling down his cellar steps on Monday is recov ing rapidly and will soon be able to resume his duties with the Southern Itailway Company Miss Sarah Harris had as guests lust Sunday at her home in Parkview Misses Blanche OMtourke Ethel Norton and Anna Elrod and Messrs Edgar Norton Walter Bliss and Clyde Harris all of this city Hon Albert Charlton and ids son Albert B have returned from New York where theyvisited his son William who is engaged in business there En route home time travelers stopped in Washington and saw Congress in session Covlirgton society circles are much interested in the approaching mar riage of Judge John B Head and Miss Jane Kelly whose engagement has just been announced The wedding will 1nke place early in May and will bo solemnized at St Marys Cathe Ural John F Oetken entertained num ber of Ills Louisville friends at a card party at leis hone 1323 East Oak Street New Albany Wednesday even ing Among those present were Frank P J Burke Denis J Gleagon Albert D Gregg Julius Clegg and Walter Klarer Mrs Nicholas Holloran has just re turned from three weeks of careful nursing at Sts Mary and Elizabeth HospitalI incident to the successful removal by Dr Adolph Pfingst of a malignant cataract from her right eye Her many friends are rejoicing over her speedy convalesence Mrs J Baxter Kremer who has been critically ill and last week un derwent a second operation at St Josephs Infirmary has so far recovered that she has returned to her apartmenjts In the St Charles Her numerous friends are rejoiced over her promised speedy and full re coveryMiss Mottle Mattingly was the hostess at an informal reception In honor of her sixteenth birthday at her home Sixth and Oak streets last Saturday evening She received a number of handsome presents from her friends and presentation speeches were made by Joseph L Lenlhan and William P McDonogh Dave OConnell the veteran Y M1 I is n grandpa and the baby is a pretty little girl the daughter of Mr mini Mrs Henry S Rummage It arrived ob their home 1010 Franklin street Tuesday The proud mother was for merly Miss Ella OConnell and as County President of the Ladies Aux diary to the A 0 II she hopes to enter her daughter on the rolls of that society at on early date Friends of Mr and Mrs David Welsh gnve them a pleasant surprise at their homo on Seventh street near Walnut last Monday night It was the twentyeighth wedding anniversary of Sir and Mrs Welsh but be rouse it was Lent no celebration was contemplated That did not interfere with the plans of their friends and dnrdnff time evening ten couples called to pay their to wish their roosts manyyears of joy on matrimonial seas The guests pro vided their own refreshments in abundance and all enjoyed a very plant evening CHURCH AND SCHOOL The Catholica of Waverly have taken Initiatory pteps toward then o LO- a SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS D10TT0Oi7IiTS ONNONNNNN 4i ii IiI i destroy rnltureiiIrdwoodI iuoriginal finish and beauty It Is transparent and can be used on any I color vrcods It clean polUhes and veneers and puts old furniture etc and- makealhetntook like new and last many yearn longer I j I i S Cleans and Renews Carpets 10iiPortieres Dresses Woolens Etc Clothes It removes the dirt as If by magic and re stores the original bright colors No rubbing no work no trouble no need of taking up carpets to clean I I SUPERIOR poelageAgentsFILTER AND SPECIALTY CO 518 THIRD ST i NN NNN NNONN N 0 0 N NN NN NNO I JOHN A PIAZZA iiWALL PAPERING AND FRESCOING i nsTtyI-PURNISHDRIlUkkv 519 FOURTH AVENUE t + + ++ +++ + N N N NN ON Nf ITerection I COLUMBUSI Will Interest j and Else I the first twenty candi expended 3387 500 donated to and still has has voted to the Cath Society and member and estimate Knights ol a new meeting on Park aye 2000d prospering in councils are one at Bowl April 26 and on Sunday will be a large city receive holy at St Peters Twenty acted upon at a special Ssafternoon large niinvbor Fay of Long J Wade Pres Trust omit Icon Maurice been named 1o ascer the councils 500000 en University DANCE Hive o to girli Trinity round and evening of TTlr of time C K riI I Friday night delegates is IB to be made to be held DEATH of 609 Zane tibia week that Htzgibboo died In that deceased was Limerick ago Ho was ashington Butt as popular am for the babys have vanished l ahaQefl costumea the fMI in sklrU this spring will the gitiwaaya round but often attachet tight under the hands 1000 different lovelier than of its popu buff enamel and it is tin use them on embroidered pattern lull those now striped and batiste cloaks are bewitch not too firm v of colored em and there again in sonic gowns not only the also wore some of the wear The and thee Those of roe most beauti an L4 We Keep Your Looking As They Left the Store OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES ETC STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years JfEw yoltlSToRE RUGS Fourth Floor i SHOWING NEW SPRING LINE OF HANDSOME AXMINSTER ANDaBODY BRUSSELS RUGSv 7 AT EXCEPTIONALLY MODERATE PRICES Special assortment of Oriental designs and colorings in Heavy Axminster Rugs all sizes to match from 27x54 inches to 9x12 feet extra qualityPrices range from 250 to 2500 Special sizes in best Body Brussels Rugs Oriental de signs and medallion centers large assortment all colors sizes 6x9 83x106 9x12 and up to 113x15 feet Moderately priced THE NEW HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN In conjunction with the Furniture Department is the new feature in modern retailing and the most con venient for buying FURNITURE CARPETS and UPHOLSTERY A small payment at the regular low prices entitles members of the Household Club to buy everythingsthat goes to furnish the home and on terms tfoO easy to arrange that the payment is a continuous pleasure appealing particularly to those who are on a weekly allowance Inquire of the salesmen in the Furniture Carpet or Upholstery Departments or at the credit office where full particulars will be given STEWART 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Diamond Wall Plaster It Iis not aflected by zero weathersif kept from freezing two hours Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plan ter Plant Jeffersouville Ind Phone 65S All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices JAMES AI WELSH PLUMBING AND GAS PITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET NOT YET DRY Charlotte North Carolina was prohibitionthreebeen dry Statistics show that in 1907 doctors received 20000 for writing 39645 whisky prescriptions calling for 35011 quarts and 210 dozen bottles of beer The fourteen drug stores received 43760 for whisky alone and yet Oharlotte ias 35000 inhabitants v t r yrr e SOLEMNilUTES Attended Blessing of New Statues at St Colum bas Church St Columbas church Thirtythird and Market streets was crowded last- tdnesdny night to witness the ceremonies attendant upon the blessing of the handsome4 new statues of the gacred Heart St Joseph the lileHsoil Virgin and St Anthony Priests nn1 people from nil over the diocese were In attendance thus testifying to thl- popularity of the Jle Father John D ICalnher pastor of St Cohnnbax Besides it was the feast of the An nunciation and a day of devotion fur Catholics Tile solemn blessing was performed by the Very Itev Father James PI Cronln V G assisted by the llev Fattier Celestine Urey of Cloverport as deacon and the Itev Father Aloy sins Meyerllng1 of Browns Valley as tmbdcncon The llev Father George M Connor of Owensboro preached an eloquent sermon in which he ex plained why Catholics honor saints and venerate their images He also paid high tribute to the donors of the new and handsome statues In the sanctuary with Father Knlahcr were flew Fathers George Weiss John T Hill T J Mccal Edward W floes Thomas A Murray and Alexander 0 F M MACKIN MEMBERS Will Hold Joint Session With Trinity Next Mon I day Night Mnckin Council met In regular session Monday night with a splendid crowd in attendance and all the members showing a lively Interest In the proceedings President Robert T Burke wielded the gavel and tin roll call of officers showed 110 absentees The Opera Committee which has In charge The Mlle From Town production reported that rehearsals were being regularly held and that the cast and chorus were progressing rapidly in their work It will be ready for production ubout the middle of May Six candidates were elected to membership and six applications were received It was determined to hold a joint meeting with Trinity Council at the hatters club house next Monday night The members of Mackin will meet at their club house and will start on their journey up town at 730 oclock sharp STAND FIIIM Pressmen and Feeders Are Losing No Ground in Fight I The strike of the printing press men and press feeders goes on with unabated vigor The men are asking for nn eighthour day and the sym pathy of the general public Is with them Thus far the strikers have not lost an inch of ground but have won many of the nonunion men to their side and sent them to their respective homes A few firms hike Nunemnchcr and the George G Fetter Company who have for years sought to disrupt labor unions are the cause of the present trouble They import strikebreakers but after a short while the strikebreakers tire of the conditions and join the unions So it will ever be until the employers agree to grant fair wages and reasonable hours The union printers in local job offices went on a strike two years ago and are still striking The employing firms not the strikers have suffered With public sympathy as it is now the printers the pressmen and the pressfeeders will win in the end The strikers are orderly and the only disturbance has been caused by the officiousness of private detectives employed by the printing houses RESPECTED FARMER DEAD John D Gibbons nn aged and re Washington1I suddenly at his home last Saturday The deceased was born in Ireland but at the age of fourteen came to America with his parents He was educated in Louisvillet but while u young man removed to Bullltt county to enJrtge In agricultural pursuit His wife who was formerly Mss Mary Anderson sot Louisville and line children survive him The children ore Mrs Elma Purcell und Mrs Richard Purcell of Taylorsville John Gibbons of Neoga 111 Mlas Pearl Gibbons and Richard Gibbon of Elk Creek Crume Gibbons and Misses Lula Kate and Minnie Gib bons nil of Louisville READY TO MOVE The Catholic Womans Club is preparing to enter its new home the Waverly Hotel Walnut street be tween Sixth and Seventh next week The managers and officers are de lighted with the new quarters but plan to make many improvements in tIle near future The young people who ire to take part in the proposed opera lor the clubs benefit are hold ing nightly rehearsals TRAVELERS RETURN i Opl James P Whallen and Messrs Frank Dugan Frank McGroth and Thomas Treasy who spent the past three weeks In the South are expect d to return to Louisville today They Spent the grooterPar of their time at St Petersburg in Southern Florida The balmy breezes of the dull worked wonders and all four of the sojourners are in excellent health DISCOVERY DAY Two bills have been Introduced In Congress as a result of the labors of the Knights of Coliunbua Both embody tftie slslno idea Senator Hopkins of Illinois acid Representative Goulctenv ttt New York are the pro jcWtors Bacfli toSH carries the idea that Oarber12 oi osoh year rfrould be observed as Discovery day Both r 7 t v tJ have been referred to appropriate committees AMUSEMENTS- The Witching Hour the big New nlgtttThreecity and the plot has a direct bearing upon the Goebel assassination Large rand Interested crowds visit therarvel Theater on Jefferson street each tiny to witness the scenes from the 1nsslon Play These 11111 mated pictures will be1 exhibited dur ing the Lenten season and are well worth seeing For next week the Masonic an nounces nn elaborate revival of Faust which will be presented by a strong cast This promises to bo one of the best engagements of the season us the advance sale of seats has been quite large v With a strong company and most MayItobsonTuesday for three performances In the new American comedy The 1lie delightful storyinterwoven The highclass moving picture en- tailments ut the Hopkins Theater continue to draw large and pleased crowds and tho attraction seems to offeringManger plctuefilmsbe presented EASTER FLOWERS As Easter Sunday approaches pen Pie In every walk of life begin to look around for flowers to adorn their lames their gardens and tae sanctuaries of their churches In view of this custom Jacob Sclnil the florist at 044 Fourth avenue has made unusual efforts to have nn I tra supply of Easter lilies and other spring flowers on hand for the Easter trade He desires to call at tention to his approaching sale and invites the public to inspect the plants in his well filled conservatories IRELANIVS VINCENTIANS During 1907 the St Vincent de Paul Society In Ireland expended 94000 In relieving the poor and distressed This Is us much as all the VIn Gentians In the United States expend ed in their work IIAVE COIN Poor as the immigrants are who land each day at the port of New York th y are far from being penni less lor each twelve months for the last decade they leave brought with them about 19000000 in money LIVE NOT IN VAIN ArclMHhop Spalding a native of Kentucky land at one time Bishop of Louisville once said If thou hast given help and Joy to another thou Qiast not lived 4ni vain though for the rest thy work be inferior and full of blemislies ENTIRE SQUARE The site for the new Franciscan Sisters Orphanage in Denver till erection of which was begun last week occupies twenty lots nn entire square in the northern section of the cUr According tothc plans flied the building will cost 190000 NEW CHURCH IN PROSPECT As soon as the weather permits the work on the now St Marys of tho Knobs church six miles north of New Albany will begin The build ing will be constructed of brick and stone lint will be 100 feet long by fiftywide and will cost 12000 ARE THEY GOLD MINES It is said that there are valuable gold mines In the Valley of Glen togher Barony of Innishowen County Donegal It nary be tnw rut If there Is gold there it is won derful that the British engineers dUI not discover It years ago +TILE FOUR SEASONS This year our spring began at 7 oclock on the evening of March 20 summer will begin at 3 oclock on tho afternoon of June 21 autumn will begin at C o clock on the morning of September 23 and winter opens at 1 oclock on the morning of De cember 22 ANTISUICIDE BUREAU Imitation Is the sincerest flattery said a wise man many years ago Tho adage is true and now wo find that the Salvation Army has founded an AntiSuicide Bureau Its objects are to hoar tales of woe and start the trangressors on a new road to peace The Catholic church in the tribunal of penance has had the same bureau for 1900 years TO HONOR FOUNDER The beatification of the Venerabl Mother Barat founder of the order of the Sacred Jleart will take place at St Peters church in Home on May 2 Many nuns of that order from nil over the world will be in attend ance It Is said that practically every convent of the Order in the United States will be represented by one or more nuns j MONTHS ANn MARRIAGES June is first ohoicc About an eighth of Scotch mar riages take place in June In Holland girls prefer to ibecome blushing brides In Nay Germany favors April regarding it as the first of tile spring months One seventh of tine Swedish mar riages occur In the month of noses February is first choice in Italy especially the period preceding the bE4finnlnrIf Lent Russias favorite marriage month ii January So marriage like death has all seasons for its own LOAF CARE One cup sugar butter size of an egg Beat well one egg one cup teaspoonsoda lourVanilla 1I t r SATISFACTORY Is Settlement Made In the Contest Over Gillespie Will The suit to set aside the will of William Gillespie was brought to a satisfactory settlement at Lancaster stlngheirsallow the remainder to revert to St cityWilliamwealthyfarmerI KentuckySeveralcame to JiouisviJle for medical atten thin While here lIe was cared fur at St Josephs Infirmary mid although a Presbyterian became a great ad mirer of the quiet gentle Sisters of Charity At his death it was found that he hud left C20 acres of th best land in the Bluegrass region nod JosephsInfirmaryMr Gillespie was not married but cousins and other relatives sought 10 break the will HontJcrry Sullivan of Itlchmond Ky defended the doiu ment and the settlement retched s a victory for him and a gratification to the Sinters FETTER FRANCHISE Signed by Mayor But Bitter Fight Against It Is in Prospect Thursday morning Mayor James F Grinstead signed the Fetter franchise ordinance the measure which has caused such R rpw in the General Council To say that the measure is objectionable and con puttingItI righttoeleven of tthe lending commercial cityOfprovidesforthose on the inside declare that the franchise will not he sold and thnt the ordinance will not hold water it AttorneyBiclinrdsstanding It is stated upon nipnr ently authentic authority that th InjunlUon all the State Courts and to the United States Supreme Court if nee essary before the fight Is settled SHANDON BELLS Are Temporarily Silent While They Are Being Recast An American cablegram from London says The famous bells of Shnndon immortalized In Father Irouts verse and morn recently popularized Aty William Blacks novel have arrived in England from Cork on their way to 11 bell foundry where theywill be remodeled Father Prout whose real name was Francis beganhisWith deep affection And recollection I often think on Those Shandon bells Whose musleso wild would In the duysof childhood Fling around my cradle Their magic spells ponderWJlerocr And thus grow fonder Sweet Cork of thee With thy bells of Shandon That sound so grand on The pleasant waters Of the River Lee FOIL lUG PARADE Mojdr Gen Michael Reichert and Eugene McCarthy have been npjtotir ed members of the Fraternal Organi zatlon Committee that Is arranging for the big street parade thntiis to be held In this city under the aus pices of time Commercial Club May 15 The parade Is to be in the Interest of the city and State and it is hoped to have every uniformed society In Louisville Inllno on that day Messrs Helchert and McCarthy are named as representatives of the Uniform Rank Catholic Knights of America CHANCE TO RECOVER At the hour of going to press it was announced Tjy the attending physicians that Capt Harry Bund schu whose life was despaired of earlier in the week hind an even chance to recover Capt Thindschn 4uas injured while Lighting a fire several months ago and ten days ago It became necessary to amputate one of his legs After that he began lISafriends now Hope for his speedy and permanent recovery COMING CANONIZATION During the coming summer the canonization of Joan of Arc the Maid of Orleans as she is called in history will take place In Rome Not less than 5000 French Catholics will go torthe Eternal City to assist at the ceremonies Popp Plus will ada dress the French pilgrims detailing not only his admiration for the French heroine but also his love for France TENDER THANKS At the session of the County Board A Or H Monday night a vote of thanks was tendered the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G for the courtesies extended the four divisions and the Ladies Auxiliary on Sunday March 15 when they re ceived holy communion at St Pat ricks church in honor of Irelands national saint STAKES A CHANGE Charles L Halbach who for fifteen years was cpnnected with the Adams Express Company in this city is now holding an important position with landthet Halbach is well acquainted ina11 parts of the city and is well tilted 0 G 11 r Vc Ii LI U rJ U U p FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Halo 1913 Home Phone 1913 t 1CIiI1 WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at alt leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Denser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY 6 INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY I ASS FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 CLIMB PHONE WEST 89 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE ICY JOHN FOERTEL COINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTdWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KY EASTER LILIES Our large conservatpry as usual will contain the largest stock of Blooming Plants and Cut Blooms in the city Dont miss our grand Easter Display and Sale Prices right JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle hspitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply o MOTHeR MARY REQIN MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersoovtlle led OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR R1J GOUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABHITZ ft1CO Prtprhters 339 FIFTH STREET Ibj all who know ttm He will prove louhlsernPloeraIt c Cr r Office Hours Home Phone 9104 6127 OR J FRANK SULLIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Ulve your boys aa education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 WroadwayLoulavitteHy Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Clt lcldtentUic and Business Cour Prcptiiatoty lie p rtmen Large Bwimmln tjol oVen Equipped ivrnnnrlutri TermModersre Pro Ilamp Dirt FTFR M ANORIOI I SONS WWAGONG N MANUFACTURERk Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY A UPUllP DYER AND CLEANER Ladles ApparelWORK ff- Phoaxjui l 528 Fifth Street 1 VINES LIQUORS C VALS SALOONVAL UESTKR lPrep Hot Lunch lrODl8toJ 4U vv qH K J a PCI oc t K1 NTtJOK IRISH AMRICAN Now Open for Business 717 4th Ave Opp MARY ANDERSON Gumb 2207Home 2207 SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS THE BIG STOREI SPOIAL SALE OI SUITSBOYSa 35O t Fine Allwool Velour Cassimeres and Cheviots in plain and Double Breasted and Belted Knickerbocker Styles FLYER SATURDAY ONLY Black and Fancy Cheviot and Fancy Cassimere Knee Pants Ages 3 to 16 Years 25c THE BIG STORE Between Market 1 Fourth and MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO r + eMO 44tOM6 NMNNMs PURAKDistilled Water Uthia Water Club Soda Ginger Vichy Cola Lemon Soda Wild Cherry Phosphate Chocolate Cream Merchants Ice Gold Storage Cot Mfrs 618 Seventh + ++N ON01M k JEWELRY BARGAINS k order to reduce our stock have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverwate etct This is opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West narket Street JIlNI1111flRlIIINIiIIIlf41t1l111 t1t1111111t11tt1 PROTECTION= AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST II ww w ww THE ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HARTFORD = OVER 57 YEARS gr5S Haj Mdealings Mw= Age Annual Premium =20 5 922 = 21 943 22 9S3 23 971 24 986 125 4Z4 West St Filth ee Ale St In we the OP CONN =3 OLD r- w a Record I 1001 Age Annual Premium 30109335 1211 40 i 1367 M 4568950 2240 60 4373 Myourw and sound as the nations credit + M LOREN B WILLIAMSON Mgr Ky State Agency = t = SECOND FLOOR TODD PLDO FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS ltttittlttttitlditytttittltlttttltttl ttNttttttttittttttttitNttittctittt i- N nnnn nnnnnnnnnn FOR YEARSAnd years Mulloys Teas and Coffees have been the recognized standard for purity and freshness The quality is be t the prices low est and we deliver to all parts of the city SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcellent TJLLOY I1t0ASTERI ROASTERP gt 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 ourI 1907 contract before theadvance In prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYMERCHANTTAIIJOR 426 West Walnut Street Between 4th find 5th MINE PRESSING AND REPAIRING of Lasts aid Uidinii bnitfits Take Out the Grease and Putt mibeCttKe j o I tt HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The new hall to be erected by Division 6 of Springfield Mass will cost 50000 At a special degree meeting just held In New York City 148 candidates went through and are now members Twenty divisions in Massachusetts cities own their own halls and hall property the value of which is nearly 400000 t A list of over 200 prominent ladles of Cleveland Ohio has been pre sented to the County Board for an auxiliary charter The Library Committee of the order in Cleveland has added n number of interesting books to the public library in that city Bishop Ludden and the clergy of Syracuse reviewed the splendid par ado of the Hibernians of that city on St Patricks day It is expected that a class of 100 will receive the degrees at a union initiation to be held at South Fram ingham Mass on Sunday April SO The 500 members in Milwaukee made an Impressive showing when they appeared at St Johns Cathedral and received holy communion In a bodyPresident Edmund Lynch and th members of Division 3 Of Syracuse are elated over the success of their benefit given for the Sundayschool of the Cathedral The Ladles Auxiliary at New Britain Conn has won much praise for the assistance rendered Rev Father John Winters in rebuilding St Marys church When Mrs M Smith retired from the Presidency of the Ladies Auxiliary at Bridgeport Conn she was presented with a diamond ring for her proficient work Vermont has now its Hibernian Cadets and will soon organize the Hibernian Knights the intention be ing to have both companies in the State parade at Rutland next August Martin Joyce as big in heart as in frame is one of the leaders in build ing up the membership of Division 4 He never lets a meeting pass without bringing in one or more applications Upon the request of President Callen several Milwaukee confection ers and stationers removed from their windows caricature figures and postal cards that reflected upon the Irish race Right Rev Bishop Guertin was the celebrant of the special mass nt the Cathedral at Manchester N II when 700 Hibernians received holy communion in a body The BishopI also preached a sermon that went to the hearts of the people present The Ladies Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night Division 3 Thursday night and Division 2 Friday night All of these meetings should be well attended as the County Board will have something interest Ing to report The feature of the banquet ot Division 6 of Utica N Y on St Pat ricks day the first important cele bration in their new building was a flag presentation The large audi torium was tastefully decorated in red white and blue and green and about 300 sat around the festive board i iI HIGH MASS Will Follow the Blessing of Two Statues at St Michaels I I Tomorrow will be a gala day for parish which has been making remarkable progress since the advent of the present energetic and faithful pas toe Rev Martin OConnor Preceding the solemn high mass which will commence at 10 oclock there will bp a large procession of the children and societies of St Michaels and the blessing of the two artistic and beau tiful statues of St Michael and St Anthony recently purchased for the church A large attendance Is ex pected on this occasion and Father OConnor extends a cordial invita tion to all to be present To maiy of the former members of the con gregation the many changes and im willbdfor the mass will be of a high order and rendered foyan augmented choir MACKINS CONTEST The contest between teams headed by Charles S Raidy and Richard W Galway to secure another hundred members for Mackin Council is on in lamest as was evidenced Tuesday night when twentysix names were added to the roster President Robert Burke presided and the exemplification of the initiatory ceremonies and the purposes of the Young Mens Institute was most excellent making a deep Impresaloi in the minds of the old OB well nit tile new members The Initiation was solemn and in keeping with the season as were also the addresses of President Burke Patrick T Sullivan Louis Kieffer and Charles S taidy Another initiation will take place in May and it is almost certain that the present administration of ifackin will soon have the cOO members that were promised TIlE NEW nmEOTORY The latest issue of the Louisville City Directory has come from the press and bindery and is being dis tributed to Its patrols this week The book is splendidly arranged nail gives valuable information as have all the publications of the Caron Directory Company The directory hows 137445 individual names and- takings basis pf two people for each name the population of Louisville M shown lobe 354390 Manager SteVe 0 tb OJ nn l SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O EC DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recordingr Sec Twos Kccnan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Pinnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice Presidentban McKenna Treasurerowen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mockey Financial Secretary J Q Hession DoughertySentirelThomas SergennatArmltlatrIck Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand HennessyViceLynchFinancial iJ Donnelly Recording Secretary Frank P DurkeTroosurerllarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmiSc John Doolan DIVISION 1 JSFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KinneyVIce Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretory Choa Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernnrd Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twenttysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana hanSecond Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretllryThoma8Dachman Financial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy 7Ut7 tULEYSTuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary WHERE THE CROWDS G- OIOCHOPKINSHOC Largest Moving Picture Theatre la tbe World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCEF- rom 1230 to 1030 PM Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS Iand ILLUSTRATED SONGS Change of Program Snnday and Thursady FOR THE LENTEN SEASON The Marvel Theater 348 W JEFFERSON STREET Has Secured the Wonderful PASSION PLAYThe full lifeof Christ in moving pictures SHOWN DAILY FROM 10 A M TO 10 P M ADMISSION TEN CENTS t + Xo + Home Phone 5687 Comb Mall 481 y HENRY FUGHS FLORIST Funral Designs and Flowers for all occasions GREENHOUSES Charles and Texas Sts STORE Hopkins Theatre Building + P+ d Xo++ i i o DRAMATIC INSTRUCTION a Private Instruction in elocution and dramatic art in all branches Special attention given to ShUlccspcorcan character studies Assistance given lodges societies etc in the lrcsenItatlon of amateur plays and enter alnmcnta Terms reasonable i Address JOSEPII E HILL 1025 Preston St Louisville UyI Smith and his coworkers are 1o be congratulated on their new and handsome work LENTEN BENEFITS- It I is not generally noticed but it j Is nevertheless true that the season of Lent has an effect on thpse but I side the churcli Society slaves are j afforded an opportunity to take a rest pot for the v purpose of delf ntuivipectlon but becauso tlH tash onable To those who enter into J tho practical pritof the season I from religious motives its benefits are incalculable 4rr o oA O V00Jnt w IRELAND Record of the Most Important oi the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges compeUtlonBalnc Clones Mfony prizes were awardei in both contests During n heavy gale vessels were wrecked In Dundalk bay and at Drogheda where It Is feared there tins been loss of life 1 J Power representing East Waterford has been appointed one of the Deputy Chairmen of the House of Commons in place of Hon E BlakevThat all might properly observe St Patrlcks day the traders of Ardee requested the Town Commls sioners to fix the market for the 18th inst Negotiations between Lord Hope and this Costleblnney tcqants hove oome to a satisfactory termination The sale compares favorably with the others In the county William Kiely of Longford whose remains wore recently laid tq rest at Kilbchcnny was 101 years old and had witnessed many a stirring event in the history of Ireland Lord Justice Holmes in opening the Cavnn assizes congratulated the grand jury on the state of the county which was free from crim belllgbeforT F Kirwan the Ilalllnrobe solic itor is a candidate for the Coroner ship of South Mayo vacant by the death of Dr Nally For ten years fighterInDuring the recent storm that did great damage throughout Ireland the spire of the Dominican church at Newry was blown off One of the stones crashed through the roof damaging two seats and a woman who was at prayer had anarrow es cape Many dwelling houses in the town were also Injured- A very touching and solemn ceremony took place at the Poor Clare Convent nt Newry on the occasion of the reception into the order of Miss Rose Bogloy daughter of James Bogley of Crossmaglen Fathe Brown celebrated the mass and a very appropriate sermon was preached by Ilev Father Doyle- A gale of almost meteoric suddenness in its coming and going swept over Ireland with a severity not equaled since the great storm of February 1003 So fierce was it in the north of Ireland that a train on a narrow gauge railroad in County Donegal was Mown off the rails but fortunately a terrible disaster was miraculously averted The fiftythree threatened evictions on the Mnrshuin West and Peyton estates In County Leitrim have practically collapsed Peasants of the surrounding districts made the work of the evicting force as irksome as possible the roads being strewn with bowlders trunks of trees nail broken glass and at one place qn the Urea of route a bridge was din mantledThe of the Very Rev Canon Meegan spread gloom over Castle blaney and three surrounding country He was a man beloved and respected for his Unaffected piety his straight and manly character and kindly relations with his neighbors of every creed and class Though never robust Canon Meegan had no serious illness till January when he took cold and congestion of the lungs caused his death lIe was born in tountste artin1840The death of Lord Hemphill and the succession of Ms son to the title changes the situation as to the sue cessor of Judge Kisbey as County Court Judge of Louth and Armagh which was supposed to be a certainty for the latter There is naturally a great deal ofcompetition for the post among members of the bar in favor with the present admInistra- tion but the chief favorite now is said to be a rather young County Cavan barrister Judge Kisbey has not yet resigned and may yet decide to hold the office for a year dr two longer GREAT PROGRESS t Made Towards Completion of Trinity Councils New Quarters Trinity Council held another large and enthusiastic meeting Monday night with President James B Kelly occupying the chair Two applica harryBundschuon the sick list President Kelly and others urged all to push the cam paign for new members It was de cided to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of Trinity Council by receiving holy communion on Passion Sunday The Building Committee reported that work on the superstructure of tile new club house on Baxter avenue W1Sllrogressingrnpldl and that t- would be ready for detllcntion nut- occupancy on July 4 All stockholders in the club house received their dividends The Entertainment Committee announced that Trinity would give an outing at Fern Grove on Tuesday July 12 It was also an nounced that a euchre reception and lance wquld be given on Thursday April 23r A splendid lot of prizes nave been secured for the euchre IMMIGRANTS LEAVING The rush of foreign workingmen and their families to their old homes across the sea continues From January 1 to March 21 only 50048 Immigrants entered tIle United states while 142151 have returned iome Last Saturday the Lusltania New York and the Vaderlandtleft New York City with their teerage crowded nod left jnany disappointed ones on theipler For every went flve immigrants entering this- conntry seventyone are leaving It1 LET US DO YOU- RCleaning DyeingNow Spring Rush M JAMES GREENES ii BIO MANUFACTURERS OUTLET SALE Our tremendous manufacturers outlet sale of j Furniture Carpets Rugs etc has proved itself a phe nomenal success Each day the crowds become greaterevery customer tells their friends and I JAMESIT today and we are more determined than ever in our efforts to eclipse our ewn tremendous sales of the last week Nothing has been left undone in order to l make this Manufacturers Outlet Sale of FurnitureJ Carpets etc the greatest sale that was ever given in the State of Kentucky JAMES GREENESabsolute reliability and his liberal methods have helped to make his store the most popular Furniture and Car pet Store in Louisville jiJAMES GREENE 425427429 E Market St Look for Big Green Sign I NOTICE5 more cars of Furniture Carpets and Rugs have arrived lNNONO 0 toiNlNlNNNNl4NMN 14 Per 100 Bushels 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 N ONNlNMilNOMttlNOIMNNNN OlOl04 N i LARGEST AND BEST if i iINTHE CITY i UNITED LAUNDRY INCORPORATED coii HAND WORK A SPECIALTY i GOODS CALLED AND DELIVERED 1188493732jlIIAIN GREEN 1 NNN1NMO91 NNN0 4Mt NNN OOMQNN H4N 4 Shorthandand TypewritinEstablished Reliable System CBS SFIVCIB Prtsidcat p as taught at institution is a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping employmentSpencerian COMMERCIAL nrrOPPOBATED SCHOOLcIAcconNTIIIC RZPARTMENT TB erlirrt A Spencer Ala P 88S88e 8t8rue 6Has fie Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O 1SUIT EVERY TASTE W Give vs a cal inspect our line of goods They are the j finest of kind in the city V BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W JOfferaon Street n ISS8 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manigtr RADQLTARrIDRt9 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds Season Youeta Sprlul11mbcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Both Phon J2399 this atone rcuic and their in DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horde Called For a Delivered OFFICE AND FOROe 913915 SEVENTH ST n Z- C