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KENTUCKY IRISHYVOLUME XXNO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 18 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS r EASTER Why the Resurrection Day Is One of the Movable Feasts Our Saviour Followed Laws of Hebrews in the Old Law M Feast of the Passover Still Cele brated by Orthodox Hebrews M LUNAR MONTHS REGULATED ITS Tomorrow will be Easter Sunday the Feast of the Resurrection During the week that closes today Catholics have attended ceremonies in their various parish churches celebrativu of time passion and death of our Lord Li t year Easter Sunday was celebrated March 31 this year it will fall on April 11 There are ante Catholics and not a lew of our ills senting brethren that want to know why Easter is n movable feast They can agree that our Saviour was born in a stable at Bethlehem on Decembery 25 lot they can not understand why opartInOur Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ was the son of Mary and Catholics f hall her as the Blessed Virgin She was descended foe time house of David and her Son tho ManGod ad hered to the faith of his mother Since He came on earth to redeems mankind from the sin of our first parents lIe deemed it necessary to conform to the laws given the Tees by his Heavenly Father In addition to the commandments of the dec alogue our Saviour obeyed the laws laid down by the patriarchs of tin Jewish people He submitted to titlaw of circumcision He attended the beforelieand his apostles observed the feast of the Pasch or Passover On that occasion He instituted the Messed Sacrament of the Eucharist Throe Pasch or Passover was celebrated by time Jews on the 14th of Nlsan and In those days the calendar was governed by lunar months in stead of as it is in our day It com memoratct1 the night of the flight of the Jews from Egypt the first full moon that followed the vernal equinox On the lay following Christs last celebration of the Vases He was crucified The Talmud the Bible history and tradition tell us that the Jews left Egypt on the night of the full moon of Nisun Throe destroying angel smote the first born of Egypt hut passed over the houses of time Hebrews This deliverance was granted on condition that each head of iv Hebrew house was to slay a lamb or kid without blemish on the night of Nisan 14 He was to sprinkle its blood on the lintel and sideposts of the door Afterward the lamb was to be roasted no oonc being broken and eaten with jn leavened bread and bitter herbs by all the family no uncircumcised person however being allowed to partake tf it and the feast was to be oldened year by year as a perpetual ordinance of the Jewish people That ordinance is observed to tIlls day and Wednes day of this week from sundown until the snore hour the next duly till H orthodox Hebrews of Louisville ob served the feast of the Passover The Catholic church tenches that Christ was timer true Paschal Jamb prefigured by the lamb of the old Hebrew feast St John calls atten dims to the fact that not n lhone of our Saviour was broken on the cross und St Paul in his first Epistle to the Corinthians verses 7 trod 8 says Purge out the old leaven that you nary be a new lamp ns you lire un lJaEIIoverus therefore let us keep the feast hi the unleavened bread of sincerity and truthThe Saviour was crucified and died on Friday the day following the ems 6ingof the feast of the Pasch The Hebrews then as now celebrated their deliverance from Egypt on the night of the full moon that followed the vernal equinox Christ celebrated the Pasch and was crucified the next day On the third day thereafter Ile gloriously orose from the grave Ills birth his passion and death would have been for naught unless He did arise from the grave For this treason Catholics and Christians of all denominations consider his resurrec tion the crowning feature of mans redemption Hence since the earliest r ages of Christianity the Feast of the Resurrection or Easter Sunday has been celebrated by Christians not on any one particular lay in each year but on the Sunday that follows the first full moon subsequent to the vernal equinox Our Saviour oho served the feast He instituted the Catholic church and therefore for mere men to set or try to set nn other date for celebrating the Feast of the Resurrection would be to try to usurp divine authority WILl VISIT PARENTS Mr and Mrs B M Sweeney of 001 West Market street New Albany ant their daughter and son Margaret Jane and Edward Holbrook will nail from New York City for Ireland on Wednesday on the Steamer Mann tania The family will visit Mr Sweeneys parents at Chmrlekon the Shannon and will later make a tour of the principal clUes in continental Europe DEATH WAS SUDDEN Timothy Frawley one of the oldest heat known and most interesting characters in Jeffersonville died sud rvdeniy at the Sherman House in That city Wednesday morning He was J k seated at the break ast table when death came upon him The deceased was borne in Castle Clare County Clare Ireland almost ninetyfour years ago and when nearly fifty years of age came to America in search of a younger brother who had become a priest after leaving Ireland Mr Frawley found his brother after a long search Later he joined the Union army and serve1 throughout the war For a number of years ho received a pension of 20 a months The funeral took place froth St Augustines church yesterda- yEXPECTANT Delegates to Central Com mittee Want to Extend Due Hospitality The Central Committee of the C K of A met in regular session at St Marys Hall Friday night of last week The attendance was a little be low the average when the meeting opened but this was owing to the Lenten devotions and later in the delegatesutMcGinn occupied the chair William T Median President of Branch 25 and delegate to the Cell tral Committee invited the entire body to visit his branch Easter Monday night when a smoker is to be held and when plenty of good music is to be provided Capt Gus Kane and Sergt Eugene McCarthy Invited the delegates to visit Phoenix Hill Park ito witness the drills of the Uni form lank on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month Harry Yeenemnn was chosen Vice President and John J Score filled the Secre tarys chair for the evening The Entertainment Committee was the recipient of several suggestions as to the raising of funds for the proper reception and entertainment of delegates to the State convention in September The committee has severnl projects in mind and will make a definite report at the next meeting A comunication from Su preme President Gaudin caused some thing of a disappointment He wrote Hint the appropriation for State organization purposes had been exhausted and that an official organizer for Kentucky could not be appointel until after the month of May Short talks were made during the evening by Charles J Desse Delegates Schlaug and Werncrt of Branch 0 William T Mcehan of Branch 25 John Kenney and Cnpt John Murphy of TeJfersonville and all bristled with live suggestions for properly entertaining the delegates to the Stall Council NEW CIIUHCII HiandsomeTNew Edifice For Sturdy Congregation On the Knobs Rev Father Sermersheim and his congregation are making elaborate preparations for the laying of the cornerstone of St Mnryofthe Knobs church In Lafayette township six miles north of New Albany Tins great event will occur Sunday Mnv 10 The Right Rev Denis ODonoghutf uxiliar Bishop of Indianapolis will he the officiating clergyman and will be uslstcd by miany priests front Southern Indiana The sermon will Lie preached by the Rev Father El wart McBarron a native of New Al Imny and at present rector of mina of the largest Catholic churches in Evansville The new St Marys will occupy till sight of the first Catholic edifice it Southern Indiana and was erected in 1838 The first pastor and builder waI the Rev Father Louis Neyron Forty years ago the original structure wa a replaced by a brick structure but this has become too small to accom modate the rapidly growing congregation The new edifice will be built if brick with stone trimmings and throe estimated cost is 16000 The necessary brick were burned close to the proposed site and almost all the money necessary to pay for it has been raised YALEDICTOKY Touching Address of John Mitchell When He Says FarewellI John Mitchell for ten years Pres dent of the United Mine Workers of America and undoubtedly the most popular labor leader in the word nado a touching address to his coin cides and fellow workmen on the of his retirementoccasion ho said and I will cat you my boys even though some of you aro nearly twice as old as I om I regard you as my boys be as good union mien now and in tile time tj come as you have been while I was ilirecting your affairs God bless you again I I am leaving this movement not because I want to leave you but because I have to leave you- I say to you now gentlemen may God bless our movement May He look down on our efforts to better the lot of humanity with that favor with that grace He has given it In youThemany of the capitalist class hope that Mr Mitchell will soon be restored to health and that he will again be the guiding nand in affairs even greater titan that of the United Mine Workers ABBOT RETURNS HOME The Right Rev Ednmnd Obrecht Abbot of Gethscmane who has been In Oregon inspecting ithe abbey of tthe Trappist monks in that State re turned to Kentucky this week He did not stop over in Louisville but went at once to the abbey in Nelson county Fatter Obrecht is very much pleased with tho new monastery in the Northwest He hastened home to participate in the Holy Week eervjcea u I CHAGRINED ti People of Ireland Are Very Sorely Dlsapolnted in Liberals The Editor of Leading Journal Advises Retaliatory Measures New Preliuer IH Unpopular and Not For Home Rule HOW THE SECRET LEAKED OUT The resignation of Sir Henry Camp bell annerman and consequent dis ruption of the British Cabinet fol lowed so closely by the appointment of lion Herbert Asquith as Premier lIgla11Jpoor mixer a man with few intimate frientis and while lie gave his tentative consent to the adoption of lIon John E Redmonds resolution favoring home rule for Ireland it is known that he is heartily opposed to it The editor of the Dundalk Dem crat one of the leading journals of Ireland and outandout for horn rule says in hits latest number- It would be idle to deny that tic result of the debate on Mr Red monds home rule motion was a pro found disappointment to the people of this country We had been led to believe that some pronouncement would have been elicited from the Government as to their intentions in the matter of hone rule Their sym pathy and good will and their firm convictions we had been assured of over and over again and Ireland looked for and had a right to look forsome definite undertaking that the Government would be prepared to carry their convictions into practical effect Instead of that we have been reassured of Mr Dirrells firm convictions we have been told by Mr Asquith that he hopes some lay Elm land may recognize the value as an Imperial asset of a selfgoverning Ireland but that the Liberals are neither going to introduce a homo rule bill nor prepared to sake lioni rule a prominent plank in their gen eral election platform Nothing could be more unsatisfactory Of coins the Liberals voted for Mr Redmonds resolution as a pious and harmless expression of that sympathy f which the people of this country have grown pardonably tired But what Ireland wants is the fulfillment of Liberal pledges or at least a definite promise of an early fulfillment If the lenders of that party will not replac home rule in the position in which Gladstone left it we should think it the dutyof the Irish party to retaliate in Parliament and in tIle constituencies at the various byeelec finns and at the general election Tho Liberals have a preset majority in tIle House Which inclines theta tJ Insolence The Irish vote in Great Britain helped them to that majority But the Irish vote ought to be re served for people who will lkeep their promises to Ireland and tIll atop lion of a firm attitude by the Irlsu mailers may even yet bring Messrs Asquith oS Co to a more sanguine frame of mind on time subject of hoiiii rule Phe latest cables from London bring the Intelligence that Sir Henry fnmpbellBannerman is showing little signs of improvement It Is also currently rumored that he has been offered a peerage but that he Is holding the matter in abeyance Kins Edward Iis being roundly criticized for not returning nt once to England when the Premiers resignation was presented to him By the way there Is a story that a womans tongue was responsible for the leak of the Premiers withdrawal The news was received by the King during the morn ing and of course he advised his suite of the matter At luncheon that day the wife of one of the Englishmen In King Edwards train dropped a re mark that possibly Ills Majesty would have to change his plans on account of the Premiers resignation A French diplomat nt the table wired the information to the French Premier and by him was given to the Temps It was thence flashed over the world MANY PJKOJECTS Mackin Council Members Certainly Not Afraid of Work Although it was the last week in Lent Mackin Council had a splendM attendance Monday night and President Robert T Burke congratulate the officers and members on the fidelity to the order anti council John Kern who has been on the sick list was reported improving Bernard Michael was announced well and Virgil Bohns condition is unchanged Louis J Kieffer in behalf of time Opera Committee reported that re hearsals were progressing smoothly for the performance of A Mile From Town and said that everything indi cated that the performances would eclipse those of The Dreamers last year It was reported that the Supreme Council CommlMee would meet at Trinity Hall on the afternoon of the first Sunday In May The Entertainment Committee announced that n dance had been arranged for Easter Monday night on which occasion a large crowd is expected From nov on Mockin Council will resume Its Tuesday night meetings Recently the council Outs loaned chairs to other organizations for euchres and other entertainments Monday night pet Li it mission to borrow chairs for a wed ding was asked The council unanimously decided to lend chairs to any member of the council that would embark on a matrimonial sea I The Debating Club will hold its next discussion on the afternoon of Sun day April 26 The subject will be oughttogymnasium as an addition to its splendid home The next initiation will take place May 28 WILL STAY HERE Col Matt J Wlnn Loves His Old Kentucky Home Ool Matt J Winn the well known turf magnate does not intend 1o remove from Louisville as was stated In one of the dally papers this week In addition to his turf interests in the West and South Col Winn is manager of the Empire Citracetrack at Yonkers New York ire also receives a salary of 10000 a year ai manager of the New York City track Although Mr Winn will spend a great deal of time in the East this summer ho has no idea of making iris hone anywhere except in Louisville I COMING STRUNG Division 1 Plans Big Things For the Next Fewt Months it l1willDivision 1 A 0 meet in regular session Tuesday night and it is expected that definite plans fur dedicating the new quarters will b announced A date lad been agreed on but because it would initerfer vith a church entertainment the dedication was postponed voluntarily The new quarters in Falls City Hall muttu very pleasant and attractive and much more convenient to the mem bersA splendid musical and literary pro gramme bas been arranged and tnc membens of the Ladies Auxiliary are to be the guests of honor on that evening In addition special invitations t will bo serf to members of the tier divisions in Louisville New A bnny and Jeffersonville President John M1 Mulloy and his colleagues believe that Hibirnlanisin Is just beginning to grow in Louis ville and they tnolwse imxv to nmkc Division 1 the banner branch of Un order in the entire South An extraordinarily huterevstbng programme is promised by tthe Kutertaiiiiifent t Com mittee HKCKNT DEATHS The funeral of Robert Keating n former member of the police force took place from the family residence 1410 Payne street Wednesday morn- Ing aunt requiem mass for the repose of hisoul wow celebrated at St Aloysius church Mr Keating was highly esteemed by all who knew him His death resulted from imng ttrouble Mrs Margaret Kelly a well known member Of St Johns congregation died at the family residence 717 East Ohestnut street last Sunday night She was time beloved wife of Patrick Kelly n former member of the City Council She was held in high esteem bv all who knew her James B Kelly President of Trinity Council Y M I is u son of Mrs Kelly by a former marriage Only one week elapsed between the death of Mrs Sarah Grady and that of her daughter Mrs Delia Nugent Mrs Grady died Monday morning at her home 2719 Bank street On tlts Monday previous tho daughter died survived by her husband Edward Nugent Mrs Grady was seventytwo years of age and was greatly be loved in the community In which she lived She is survived by one son John Grady and n daughter Mrs Albert Oltlham rule funeral took place from St Cecilias church Wednesday morning Miss Rosina Vogel for years ni active worker In St Bonlfaces congregation died at the home of her father Philip A Vogel 817 East Market street early Sunday morning She had been ill several months and succumbed to a complication of all ments The deceased was fortyseven years old She is survived by her father Philip A Vogel one sister Mrs Catherine Lynn and four brothers John and Albert proprie tors of Vogel Bros Company shoo manufacturers on West Main street and Joseph and Adolph of the firm of Philip A Vogel Sons on East Main street The funeral took place from St Bonifaces church Tuesday morning and was attended by many sorrowing friends D CONVENTIONS The Varlours Societies of Catho lies Will Meet Here This Year Louisville Brethren Prepare to Give Their Visitors a Hearty Welcome Two State and One NationalI Body Will Assemble For Work MEANS ADVERTISEMENT FOR CITY This is to be a convention year iin Louisville for societies of Catholics The Supreme Council of the Y M I Septembere State Council of the Catholic Knights of America and the State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Each of these organizations will brihjr many visitors to Louisville The local branches of these organizations have preparefortoinment of the delegates and vis- Itors TJie delegates and other visitors will spend more money in Iou tI ville than their entertainment will cost when they leave they will advertise Louisville all over the Stale and time United States The Catholic Knights of America is one of the oldest fraternal Insurance organizations in Kentucky It has brandies in various sections of this State and during its existence of three decades has built many a homo for wadows and orphans Of all time fraternal insurance societies none pay their death claims more KnightsItSupreme President and several other of the supreme officers will attend the State meeting- In the same month September the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold its State convention here It will be just long enough after time nntionnl convention to allow the Louisville members of tile order a chance to catch their breath and prepare to entertain their Kentucky brethren The Young liens Institute is the youngest of tore orders to celebrate in Louisville this year lUll it is strong in numbers That organiza lion will nring delegates from Cult tannin mind nil over time West and Northwest from Tennessee PennsylI vnndn Indiana Illinois Michigan nand Ohio Not only will time delegates come but there will be visitors from neighboring cities like Cincinnati CovingtonNewportEach and every one of these vis1 itors will spend not less than ten dollars during their stay in Louisville lime hotels time restaurants the Streetcars time haberdashers time dry goods stores tumid milliners willIdprofit iby these several conventions- Of course they will lave to he cordially met and entertained durinir their sojourn and to that end the- Y M TootIll A 0 IT and tin C K of A have their respective entertain mcnt committees the field devising ways and means for taking rare of their expected guests STILL BOOMS Division 4 Begins Effort to Gather Many More- Hibernians For time first time in severalt moths the meeting of Division 4 A 0 1Iscam opened with the ode Monday night Tlie attendance was largo and the chorus was splendid occupiedtheposed for membenfliip William ODoiinell William Linskey John Lawless and Joseph Naughton The new members elected were Eugene OBrien John Burke and Peter D Muldoon Patrick Mangan who had been ill was reported improving nod Patrick Halley fully recovered John T Fitzgibbon delegate to the Catholic Federation reported1 that time last meeting of that body wn both entertaining and instructive Lieut Thomas J Langnn in behalf of time Hibernian Knights stated tliaf drills were being held regularly and that time members were showing much enthusiasm in their work Time Entertainment Committee an nounced that great progress was be lag made in arnrnging for the little amateur vaudeville soiree to be held the latter part of this month The various performers will have f heir first rehearsal at Bertram Hall Easter Monday night Rival teams to secure new members will soon lie hard at work John T Fitgibbon will captain one team and Patrick Burke the other Each cap chin will choose ten members of thi division to aid in time work County President John A Murphy was called upon for an address In his brief remarks he expressed pleasure at the progresfnew ritual for the first time Monday night ESCAPED SERIOUS HURT Thomas J Keenan the well known funeral director and former State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians 1IA the victim of a runaway accident Tuesday and in an ef tort to save his threeyearold daugn ter who was in the buggy with him had a narrow escape from death Mr Keenan was leading a funeral cortege to St Louis cemetery and at Jackson and Broadway his horse shied at a passing steam roller It he lead been alone lie could hart managed time I L n In his efforts to jlrenZletlUl1lmalbut Mr Keenan Ins The buggy was occupants were thrown violently upon the granite pavement The father managed to save time child from Injury but he was rendered unconscious Dr Frank E Corrlgan attended him and while the injury was at first considered serious the physician soon announced that Ihapatient was out of danger Mr Keenan wits able to be up and about the house Wednesday morning IFEDEUATION Hears Able Address From President On Historical Affairs The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies met nt Bcrtranl Hall on Thursday night of last week with President Newton G Rogers presiding and were very well pleased with their new quartets and the business of the evening was transacted with hustle and enthusiasm Delegates from the Catholic Order of Foresters were admitted to mem bership so tholti practically every society of Catholics in Louisville is now affiliated with the federation A communication trout Congres man Swngar Sherley relative to the Philippine Commission bill was read and filed President Rogers appoint ed Stephen J MeElliott as general promoter and solicitor for the Federation Bulletin He also appoint ed an Entertainment Committee whoso dutyt it will he to provide aiJJ programnncforwill also try to secure the nffiliatiin of the few societies of Catholics no bodyThe cises was nn address from President Newton Cf Rogers on the One Hun dred Year Wnr in France Mr Rogers detailed the life and character of Joan of Arc who is to be canon ized this year IIIGH JIOSOIl Has Come to William E Castle From Millers Federation William K Castle Secretary of the Ballard C Ballard Company has been honored by his election as President of the Millers National Federation The election was hold at a convention of millers at the Great Northern lintel In Chicago on Thursday of last week Mr Castle is a Louisville PN duct timid nIl her people can be proud of him He has been associated with time Ballard Ballard Company foi about twenty years He was sue cejssively clerk salesman and Secre tary Early in the action of life lit learned that bread was the stuff of life that people ate it three times a day Ho knew if they got good flour they could make good bread and he felt that his company was turnln out n product excelled by none Ho believed in combinations of men as well ns in combinations of capital if time best results tune to be attained mid for years mss been an active worker In the Millers National Federation Last year he was Vice Pre ident o the association hut his elec tion ns President manic as a pleasant surprise IIEDMOX1 SPEAKS Says Attitude of New Pre mier Is Direct Chal lenge to Irish On Wednesday Hon John E Red mond addressed a meeting of the United Irish League in Dublin unl made it perfectly plain that the Irish Parliamentary party was prepared to make it warm for the new Premier until Cabinet unless some nave for home rule was forthcoming He said that Mr Asquiths assumption of the- Prcmulerslut nn altera tion of the attitude of Ireland toward the Liberal party and Irish voters could Hiipimrt Winston Churchill in the approaching h elllcHllns at Man chester Continuing Mr Redmond declared that the attitude of Premier Asqultn and Secretary for Ireland Dirndl to ward home rule was n direct chal lenge to the people of Ireland anl he warned Mr Asquith to remember the fate of Lord Rosebcry Ireland herself would have to force the homo rule question to the front nt the next general election but there was nothing to be gained by iwithd rawing the Nationalists from Westminster SlLKXDII DRILL The two companies of the Uniform Rank Catholic Knights of America held their regular drill at Phoenix Mill Hall Tuesday night Both om panics had n full attendance awl went through a splendid drill Cape Gus Kane commanding After the iwolutions time Knights werer put through time sword manual and at its conclusion Major General Michael Relehert made the companies n congratulatory address Both of these splendid bodies will take part lu Louisvilles big military parade next month and those who have at tender the drills predict that they will make a showing second to none NEWMANS BOOST James L Newman of Frankfort one of the most popular newspaper men that ever shoved a quill at Ken tuckys capital has accepted a place with the Cincinnati Enquirer and expects to Jooalte in the Ohio metropolis Mr Newman has been corres pondent for several Louisville and St Louis papers during the past ten years and there is no newspaper man in the State who is in more thorough touch with matters political v h r FREE SPEECH R t And n Free Press Arc the Guarantys of Kentuckys Constitution The Kentucky Irish American Stands Upon the Bill of Rights Only Such Criticisms as Will Benefit the Citizens and Taxpaocrs NO MALICE IN THESE COLUMNS The Constitution of time Common wealth of Kentucky Sections 8 and 9 under sPrintingevery person who undertakes to ex GeneralAssemblygovernmont madeItlospeakwritebeingthatlibertylication of papers investigating the official mellinpublicinrorllmtlon indiotments time right Ito determine time law and the facts under the direction of the court as in other eases theKentuckypublished an article dealing with governmentin believedweek it has received information that makes assurtnce doubly sure There was no malice behind any line or word Time unfortunate poor who have to be treated at time City Hos pital ought to receive the care that taxpayers provide for An attempt was made to got the editors and publishers of the Kentucky Irish American before the Hoard of Safety for an investigation behind closed doors They were not available for any star chamber ses sions A police Captain and a patrolman Were sent at divers times to secure the attendance of the editors at Chief Hangers office but it developed that it wrens WMarslmlI Bullltt that wanted them instead oL Col Hanger Mr Bullitt is not the press censor for this paper When lie called over the telephone and requested the pre M5nce of one person Who refused to go he was fold Our office is at 305 West Green street and we can meet you here Then you positively refuse to come said Mr Bnllitt I most certainly do was the reply and then the interview closed There have been printed in the dally papers stories of criminal libel proceedings but up to time hour of going to press no such action has been undertaken An investigation in open court Is a different proposition from one behind closed doors in the SafetySincepersons Republicans as well as Democrats have voluntarily come forward to give the Kentucky Irish American additional evidence in these mattersIn to Miss Laura B Owen it ought to ihe said that she did not meet nor talk to any representative of this paper nor did this paper saysthat she luau given anyof its representatives information The iii formation received was given upon what we consider authoritative sources The Evening Post with its customary fflioptsightcdness rushed into print with a story that the charges made hy an obscure weekly paper were false slanderous and without founda tion The editor of time Evening Post did not give lls time courtesy of asking the source of our information but the Kentucky Irish American is pub lished and printed without any authority front Col Richard W Knott By the waywe can find rare corroborative witnesses than were found for the noted Mysterious Red The Kentucky Irish American reserves the right to criticize this administration or any other adminis tration when it is cognizant of abuses The City Hospital muddle Is not the only sore on the citys body politic There tire other branches that need attention and when the full information is nt hand and the occasion offers the Kentucky Irish Ctsuhstantlatethere was a great demand for copies of but the edition had been exhausted before Saturday even ing and time type had been distributed It may have been an obscure paper but it was the most talked about paper in Louisville this week WILTS VISIT ERIN It is announced that King Edward Irelanldurinffthe I make a more extended tour than ho has made in that country since his t coronation He will probably stay a few days in Dublin Castle where he will hold a court arid a levee He also will visit Belfast where lie will be the guest of Lord Shaftesbury at Belfast Castle From Belfast he will go to Derry where ho will be time guest of Lord Londonderry and he is also expected to spend a day or two at Baronscourt near Strabrane the seat of the Duke of Abercorn He will conclude his visit by spending ri Rrql1laofWatlrlonl ilag to present arrangements the Kinjj will he accomn the QUI and the elder childrenof the Pr3l of Wales t T I ENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAI Jr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememen of Irish Americans and Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Loulivllle Poitolllce in SecondCUs flitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY UNION IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West dreei St TRADES LAOEL- k COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 18 1908 ALLELUIA i Tomorrow will be Easter Sunday Churches will be ornamented with flowers Illumined with many tapers and electric lights the organs will give out their grnndest tones and bells will peal joyously Why Be cause our Saviour Christ has arisen from the dead that all of us might be redeemed It is proper that every Catholic shoild approach the holy sacrament of penance and the Eucharist tonight and tomorrow WRONG AS USUAL Because the Kentucky Irish Anted can has dared to tell the truth j because it has dared to print facts that tJhe dally papers either care lessly overlooked or purposelyI disre garded in view of the tact that tho city beenpawarded it has fallen under the censure of tho Louisville Evening i Post Under the head What Say The Irish Americans the livening Post printed an editorial diatribe ngalnst this journal last Wednesday It gave a garbled version of the lien tucky Irish Americans editorial con cerning several old soldiers but nt that came as near to the truth as the Evening Post usually does What say the Irish Americans t They say that the paper that told that Robert Emmet came to the United States and opened n law office in New York is not to be be lieved The Post printed what It believed to be true hut without in vedtigation J1m article brought the Post notoriety and censure from Maine to California A nephew of till illustrious Kdbert Emmet had to call the Post to order before it made a weak retraction The Kentucky Irish Americans only assumptions were that Gov Wlllson would be man enough not to let certain selfconstituted repre sentatives of law and order interfere with his business TOO MUCH JOHNSON Where and when did Gov Johnson get his ideas of Kentucky Democrats It rather jars on ones nerves to see this tentative candidate for tho Democratic nomination for the Pre idency taking n fall out of the IrIsh and Catholics when he so far forgot liimself Monday night with such mel as Toasrtmnster Edward J MoDer mott Judge Matt ODoherty null Judge James II Mulligan seated nt Cato banquet board to make use of the following expression- I know that it is not popular tT cry out against time Government There are popple who have cone from the old country one green little risle who arc nlwnys flgln tine fiovonlr inent I dont know that T ought really to desire to be amongst that class who mire always against the Government I know thnt it is not k popular to cry out against tin1 Government and its institutions know Hint Savonarola cried out out against the corruption and vice of inns own times null the people of Florence every mnn of whom forgetting wflint he was doing to them r payrown life- Blaihe land his Bnruhard It wi i the unfortunate Hum Itpmanisni anti Rebellion that defeated the Plumed Knight Did Gov Johnson intend to Burchardize himself by jumping on the Irish and a Dominican missionary DEMOCKACVS CHANCE I I Tine Democratic party never had a I more favorable opportunity to carry f a national election than this year The Republicans in the North East t and West arc divided as to a choice of candidates and it matters not whether the nominee be Taft Fair banks Hughes or Cannon there will lie many disgruntled and disappointed people to deal with That vast horde of men who toil in factories in the Eastern States blame President Rooservelt and his policies for the wsncial stringency that caused the lutting down of workshops It id ho that they blame for the demon strationsof the unemployed and for the anarchlal conditions that pre t vailed In Various parts of the United t States No Republican platform win Satisfy these disappointed men this i dear unless the Democrats make a deplorable mistake t strong Democratic Presidential f candidate standing flatfooted on a platform that includes an economic government for tire people and by the people will mean victory in this good year of our Lord 1008 The fipntlpcan and must take a ahand in Diking ifcet platform said naming the date Factional feeling must bitb de and Ullnds unite on the i principles of Jefferson and Jackson To aid the South in getting into line It Is the duty of Kentucky Democrats to get together now There is no time like the present Only recentlyl Secretary Taft In an address deliv ered in North Carolina declared that there wns no real Republican party In the South at present but that most of those who styled themselves Republicans are Federal officeholders or officeseekers and that it would bl Ibetter for Southern Republicans if only Democrats were appointed to Federal positions This statement is not new but it Is undeniably true The average Federal officeholder in the South cares not one whit about the success of his party In his city his county or his State Take our earn State what did Postmaster Frank Fisher ever do to secure the election of James Smith as Mayor of Paducah Did anybody ever hear of Collector E T Franks helping to elect W Jfcigs OBryan or the Republican Council at Owensboro What did Dr James and State Senator William Henry Jones do at any time to arouse local en thusiasm for the Republican party Take it in Lexington do you not suppose that Samuel J Roberts would rather be Collector of Internal Revenue than see a Republican elect ed Mayor It might destroy some of his prestige Right here in Louisville did anybody hear that Judge Walter Evans voted for Mayor Grinstead or that he supported Augustus E Will son for Governor Did Collector Craft or Postmaster Robert Eo Woods hustle for any of time Republicans on the city or State tickets These remarks arc merely for tin purpose of impressing on Democratic minds that there is no real Republi can party in Kentucky Gov Willson was elected by Democratic voter Mayor Grinstead was an accident that drifted in on the tidal wave that elected Gov Wlllson Time Democrats of Kentucky must unite now to dice the national ticket in November After a Democratic President iis elected Kentucky Democrats can pre pare to come into their own again The Evening Post is lamenting be cause it has heard rumors that two prominent Democrats who have been at cross purposes for n time have agreed to limy tile hatchet What worries the Post more is that nil the Louisville Democrats intend to get together before the campaign is well on OUR MARY Former Actress Who Let World Know We Were On Map tomebrought withheryearly duties an Chamberlain to the Pope He looks well in small clothe longtailedetiquette nnd it is said that his wiftt delights in it and him She thor oughly enjoys this annual visit Those who remember her us the Mary Anderson of the stage in all her statuesque beauty would scarcely recognize her now for tilthough sire still is a handsome woman her lines Islecidedla Juno than a Venus LADIES AUXILTAUV nhtYednesdnnce Miss Hose Sweeney presided ind kept the members moving with spirit and good humor The special committee appointed to arrange for a euchre reported that the amusement would be held on the night of ho first Wednesday in May The Picnic Conunittee reported progress and hopes to be able to announce the date and site for the outing at the text meeting Mrs Mary Flynn of Tow Albany into las been ill for some time has fully recovered and all the others on the sick list are sported improving SENATOR BRADLEY SPEAKSn Senatorelect William O Bradley ipened tile political campaign for gorryr 5 Governor addressed a large and en hightributeold his audience that Vice President Fairbanks was better calculated to secure taco votes of the majority of eveningSenator ImprcsJon 1IL1EMrs Catherine McBarron the ven IJIrableJleBarronIcBarron is critically ill at her home Ninth and Elm streets New j AlIbany and her many friends will d1 Ie grieved to learn that Thursdays night hope for her recovery had been almost abandoned 11 u r o F Ar i Our Work Is The SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS We Keep Your Garments TALK OF THE TOWN Looking As They Left the Store MOTTOQUALITYI I II I i 71 Four rH AVE INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON TIIBATCROSTRICn FEATHERS GLOVES ETC MY OALWAY OIRLEBN Like the night cloud that hangs or the low mountain steep Is her hair and her eyes arc llkt waters that sleep Heath the shade of the plnegrovc when twilight comes down And fair as the May with a soft tingE e of brown That tells of the Idss of the set breeze I ween Is the bloomon the cheeks of my Gal- way glrleen They tell me of riches an rare jewels bright Buried deep by the fairies on Kin rams height But rarer than gems that in lair caves lie stile red of her lip and time flash of her eye With her sweet witching1 ways nc stately proud queen Could rival the grace of my Galway girlcenk Theres Ilory from Innish has moue v iraloreThere from Cuhir has cows by the score Every boy of them all from Gurteor to Hounc1l tone Would give Cons half of Erin to cnlJ her his own But for wealth sure site cares not ont wccsliy traneen So mrfryah for their chance with mj Galwny girlecn For her heart is as true as rite wave- ito the shore Mint back with its soft skiss return evermore And the riches of Tir fa toun couldnlt buy One smile from her lips nor om glance from her eye And soon with the boys and the girl on the green They con dance atj our wedding any Galway pirlcen Cahir Heuly i SOCIETY JMrs Kliu Jloiuy went to Uards town last wiik to visit Mrs joorg Talbott George OBrien lies returned from a visit to Robert Merrltt and family at Uniontown Miss Anna Campbell of Nashville has returned home after a visit tu Mr uiul Mrs W F Glenn Jr Miss Mary loley of Now Albany was this week the guestt of Mrs Eil ward Keating in South Louisville Miss Minnie GreenWell has been spending a week ns time guest of hot sister Mrs T M Shoemaker at Ne haven Miss Maria Merimco had as he- guest during the past week Mist Elizabeth Carlisle a popular resident of Lebanon Mrs George Iloertz of Seventh ami Broadway has returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Cincinnati Miss Nannie And of Cocilinn who was the guest of Mrs F L Hnbieh for a few days this week has re turned home Miss Maude McDowell of 1ewon Vaelloy visited here this week and was the guest of Mrs Matt Catjsin Dolling avenue Ifarry Bundschu the well known fireman is reported much improved with tine chances now greatly in favor of his recovery Mrs Edward Carr of Hamilton Ohio will too the guest of her par emits Mr and Mrs William Murphy until utter the holidays Col Darwin Johnson and wife who spent the winter at the St hurries haves grove to their country home neat Pewee Valley for tiret summer Mrs Charles Parsons and little daughter of Oakdale lave here spending several days with Mrs Thomas D Clines In Grainger Court Mrs Robert C Kinkead wino was JosephsInfirmarymay not Ibc able to return home for several weeks Will Macknof the firm of Mackiti S Glynn is seriously ill at his honor 24 West Znne street and late this week his friends were quite appro tensive about his condition Her many friends will rejoice to learn that Mrs Julia Scclbach who has been critically ill at her home in Portland Is now convalescent and on the way to speedy recovery A new Mannchild hums arrivall at 10 Clay street It is the latest acquisition to the family of E J Mann The father is happy overtire boyslungsOapt James Jacobs for many years an efficient officer of tIle Iouisvill olico force has returned from New Orleans where he has been occupied on special Ibusiness for several nontlis Mrs John F OBrien who sub nltted to a serious surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary last week- S makIng favorable progress toward ecovery Owen Kelran a veteran citizen and Tibernlnn is making favorable regress toward recovery He has been seriously ill for a month but fats physicians say lie will be able toI be out within two weeks Little Miss Hlbbltt has arrived at the home of her parents Mr and Irs Edwin T Hibbitt 213 East Oak street The new baby Is a granddaughter of William F Keyer and a randnicco of former Magistrate M ICeyer The latest dispatches from Wash ogton say ughterof RqnresontativeBenJohn on who has been ill at the national capital for several days is greatly mproved1 The young fryly is suffer p ll tug from an attack of appendicitis but it is not believed an operation will be necessary John S Martel an active member of Unity Council Y M I celebrated tire twentyfourth anniversary of his birth at this home in New last Monday Because it was Lent the fertilities were limited to the recep tion of a few male callers Col David B Musselman of tlu Kentucky Distillery Company and1 his estimable wife ore both seriously ill of time grip at their home 1119 Second street Col Musselmnn con tracted the cold while ministering to his wife Their friends hope that both will soon recover Will J Dolly who has been hero for several weeks visiting his mother and sister will leave tonight for Ok lahoma and tho Far West in the in terest of the J M RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company for whom h0a has been traveling for the last tw years ATHLETIC CLUH FESTIVAL TJie Columbia Athletic Club cow posed of jMjpulnr young men uf the southeastern section of the city anl known as Germantown has com pleted nil arrangements for the ice cream festival and bratwurst fest with wlnVh the summer season will open at Xeiglers Park Shelby andt Burnett on Monday May J There i will be no charge for either ice creator n dancing and a large crowd fis I looked for William Berry Is Chair man of the committee and ds being assisted by Messrs William Wetter Henry Guenther Furl Sclvalda Jo i seph Dltrmers George Ileitkemper Too Herrinig Joe Sclroenbacbler I Herman Amshoff Fred Both Jtobert Sihluken and Will Neusbnum The promise their friends a time they will long remember filtRAT HAY AT ST LEOS I I1he Ifev Father Fitzgerald pastor or St Leos church is busily engaged in inslruotlnig and preparing his class of children from the parochialI school In his work he has been ably assisted toy the Unsuline Sisters who conduct the school Under the gold lined of the pastor and these good 1 nuns the children are making progress The children will receive their first holy communion on the third Sunday in May and on time afternoon of time some daywill have their annual May procession and celebration Parents Sisters and thl- reverend pastor are justly proud o St Leos school and scholars COUNTY BOARD CALLED County President John A Murphy ComtntBoardHall Sixth street between Oak and St Catherine on the evening of Wednesday April 29 President Mur representationrfrom each of the four divisions reports of officers for time first quarter are to be noted upon a field day is to be planned and further arrange ments for tine State convention are to be perfected PAST FOUIl SCOIIK AND TEN David W Murphy died at his home in County Limerick Ireland in the litter pint of March but the in telligence was not received in Louisville until last Saturday The de ceased was ninetyone years old trail was always a resident of tine Green Isle He tsoslimo father of Mrs Con- J Ford nt Twelfth and Oak streets Michael Murphy the grocer at Seventeenth nnd Portland avenue and of Mrs Michael ONeil of 1215 West Oak street A NOBLE OUTCAST St Leos Dramatic Club will give n fouract drama A Noble Outcast in tho school hous at Highland Park on tin evenings of Wednesday and Thursday April 29 and no The ad mission has been fixed at twentyfivet cents reserved seats fifteen cents extra Jlehearsnls have been In prog ress for some tine mill admirable I performances are assured HINTS ON STYLE Earrings are more fashionable than ever Tune sugar loaf is the latest in millinery lint pins are much larger than in ninny years Braclets may grow until they are two inches wide Chenille has become more popular tiara silk fringe Black is finding much favor for tliii semidress toilets- Elaborately beaded belts are proscribed by fashion Soutache worked Into designs is often allied with lace Suit coats of the tailor finish url nearly all semifattedu- Vrfbutus is taking a decidedly prone inent part in millinery Jet will be in good taste for general wear with summer dresses Paris decrees sleeves that shall be extra long and tight fitting Embroidery and lace are playing a wonderful part in trimming There is a strong tendency In the new coats to dip in the backeChinese embroidery is the thing to set off a waist of pongee Instead of going up and down stripes in the now collars go around Womens hats of rough Jap braid are offered irA brown navy blue burnt and black In summer all white Is considered os deep mourning as is the hot and ombre all black Bordered silks are sure to be extensively used in ittoe new tuiiic gowns so much in vogue L partleularly dressier walking skirts The chief effort of tho dressmaker jlust now is to make her client as slender from shoulder to skirt hem as possible A pretty effect in a lingerie waist Is achieved by a chifushoped ruffle supplemented toy another ruffle over lthe eleeTes Easter Greetings TO YOU But dont forget let us fit you out in that Easter Suit We can please you Were showing all the new 0Browns H Tans AN- DOlives Nobby Goods For Nobby Dressers Made to Fit Fit to Wear IIALSO SHOESHATS VESTINGSf SHIRTINGS f NECKWEAR Either Nobby or Conserva tive Stylesrr MS8MOSE8ellM INCORPORATED Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters 534 W Market St ARTHUR J KINSELLA Mgr KNIGHTS OF I10L1IBIIS 1 1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The State Council will be hold itLouisville May 12 flay 10 a new council will Li founded at Henderson Lexington and Paducah councils on to initiate classes on May 3 A new council will be instituted at Bowling Green a week from tomor rowArchbishop Jllenk Is a leading mem her In New Orleans where the order Is now more than a thousand strong Moilganfjeld Council will initiate a class May 17 and a week later Leb anon will confer the degrees on a classLast t Sunday morning the Knights StPetersholy communion Louisville Council met in its new home on Fourth avenue for the first time last Wednesday night and the members are pleased with their new quartersStar the Sea Council is making plans for the erection of a new hos pital at Bayonne N J If the under taking Is successful the institution will be put under the direction of the Sisters of Charity The Nebraska jurisdiction will exemplify tIle fourth degree at Omaha on the afternoon of Memorial tlntf May 30 This jurisdiction in- ludes Nebraska and South Dakota and the master expects a class of from 150 to 200 Knights of Washington Oregon Montana and Idaho including 300 from Butte Helena Missoula and Anaconda will meet in Spokane for the fourth degree Until the present time the Pacific Coast has been limited to the third degree- Archbishop OConnell United States Senator Thomas IL Curter Supreniu Justice Victor J Dowllng and Su preme Knight Edward Hearn will deliver addresses at the annual barque f the Massachusetts State Council- In I Boston on Monday night ono Wisconsin State Council will bo held in Milwaukee on May 12 13 end 14 There are now twentynine councils in that State and each will jo represented by two delegates t Others entitled to seats in the con n rcntion will bring the number up to iJJn LOO a A friendly action at law to de Ta N N+ e N+ e e e i i BEDSiI I A AT JAMES GREENE 4 52729 E Market Street I LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS M We have been able to purchase after the drop In manufacturers prices a large lot of Iron and Brass Beds that will be put on sale Monday at extremely low figures Iron Beds from 300 to i 2500 Brass Beds from 2750 to 5000 iiGreen Blue and White substantial Beds of enameled ThedesignsI cellent Price pJUU Amagnificent line of Brass Beds One made of 50handsomeOTHERS UP TO 5000 i CASH OR CONVENIENT PAYMENTS IJe NNNN NNN e NN ri Easter Dinner BreadWILL BE DELICIOUS WITLXt I vArCH FOI2 THIS X KBIVIUJIVr rICI ErS NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Improved and beautified and with every modern attraction including restaurant theater dancing pavlllion roller coaster merrygoround laughing gallery awl many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PARE ELEOTRIOALLY ILLUUNAlED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street Smiths Crony Bolllid In Bond SMITH DISTILLING COMPANY i I Mail orders INCORPORATED at above prices given J prompt attention and safe shipment i C 1DelngI 1 f II II II BII 300IIII II III 400IIII nil 500 IIis W SMITH i327 W St Louisville Ky o If goods not as represented return and wilt be + Y 1NNNN N1N N NNO N HOME FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEEDw DAN MURPHYMERCHANT TAILOR West Walnut Street Between 4th 5th LEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING of Ladles and Gentlemens Garment- sI Take Out the Grease and Put in the Crease Both Phone 2391 10II i14II i LMarket money refunded NN PHONE 7452 426 and DR J T CHAWK 9 Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered t t OFFICE AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTHS ermine the disposition of the pertains to the fund accumulated mortuary reserve fund of 621000 prior to 1002 when a ohnnge in fixing eld in the treasury of the Knights of assessments was made Tho older f Columbus was begun in No v members say the fund should be dU- rltaln Conn Friday last The feuit tributed Among them tA- r iN r i iir KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN M rsII BE SURE TO CALL FOR t II McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky U It t t t t t f ++ t Oran W Smiths Son r AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810- t t +t++1++ M+14 1++ + + ttD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET J++ HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Maui Street J 11 I 11 1 I 1 I I 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 I I I I 1 II I 1 I I 1 11111 tJ E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carrl STREETSII 14I 111J H 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I I 11 I I JItl 1 I IH 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasIons 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones Cr B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10BO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY flUNOLDBK- AUtR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty He Pne 4330 540 W WALNUT HEEEMANN BRO r IUPOJlT1UUJ FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholeale Dealers in Finest Brands cf Ken tricky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND a frfefteM JUa234SW Street F FLOWERS FOR Easter and Confirmation Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK AugeR Baumer FLORIST MASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders Yon can stand pat on quality and rest as sured that you are getting your moneys worth when you use our Diamond Wall Plaster It is uot affected by zero weather if kept from freezing two hours Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky1 Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 666 All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Most of the tailor made mittsI shown in the shops have skirts trimmed with bands cr 1r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekDeneral- News Note meetingnight rapidlyinDivision 1 of Boston reports a net increase of fortytwo members and 800 for the past year The division at Clinton is said tot o one of the strongest in Massachusetts liaving a treasury oi 10000 When Division 4 meets Monday night the Entertainment Committee will report on time forthcoming yaude ville soiree The Ladies Auxiliary will meet in regular session next Wednesday even expectedfromEvery meniber of the order ought to attend Division 3s meeting Thursday night and lend encouragement to the Marching Club project The Ladies Auxiliary of Middlesex county Mass has thirtytwo divis ions containing 2600 members cer tainly a splendid showing The five officers of each of the divisions in Fall River Mass have organlznrUoninin a body on Easter Sunday appointedtoSt Patricks day at Worcester Mass which it is hoped to make the most elaborate festival celebration ever witnessed in New England arrangeJforcommunion in a hotly at St Vincent de Pauls church on Faster Sunday Here ithe order has a firm friend in the Rev Father Dougherty Hartford Hibernians have secured the Footguard Armory for their Irish exhibition which takes place the last week in May Every line of Irish Industry and numerous historic scenes will be represented with music songs and high class enter tainments His legion of friends and acquaint ances and especially the Hibernians and employes of the Louisville R Nashville railroad are grieved to learn that Owen Keisan is still un able to leave his home on Fort street where he has been 111 and confined to his room for the past three weeks SEASON OPENS The baseball season will formally open in Louisville next Wednesday when the local team will cross bats with the Milwaukee contingent Jimmy Burke Louisville new man ager is not making any pretentious promises for his team but local fans believe that President Thomas Darker and Financial Manager Chiv Ington have provided excellent timber for the nine this season In fact the rejuvenatedclub may Ibe expected to give a bitter article of ball than has been accredited to this city within the last ton years- EUCUItE LOTTO DANCE Trinity Councils Entertainment Committee has arranged to give a euchre lotto party and dance nt the club house 718 East Gray street on the evening of Thursday April 23 Fifty beautiful prizes are ito be tits tributed and the game will be called at 8 oclock sharp Dr Philip Beutel Jr Chairman of the committee is of the opinion that this will be the last euchre in Trinitys old home FATHER WARD IMPROVES The Rev Father James A Ward who hits been ill at St Anthonys hospital during the lust four months shows signs of improvement this week He has been suffering from a complication of aliments His last ihnrgo was at Fall River Mass but previous to that time he was located at Taunton Mass and Mystic Conn Will GRANDPA SIILES The stork hovered over New Albany tIlls week and finally deposited a pretty baby girl at the home of rank Zoeller Jr Time newcomer vill probably be called Frances in honor of its father and Grandpa rank Zoeller of the Paul Helsing Brewery Company OFFICERS CHOSEN Former cJpt Sam Owens has been elected President of the Policemens Benevolent Association and former Cwpi Andrew Krakel has been re elected Treasurer while Thomas Check has been chosen Recording Secretary and Frank Buddell Finan clal SecretaryIMPORTANT The Supreme Council Reception Committee of the Y M I will meet at Trinity Hall at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon Business of kn lortance is to be transacted and Chairman James T Shelley requests a full attendance of the committee POSTEASTER DANCE Prominent young men of the East End have arranged to give a dance Rosewindavenues1 The committee in charge inclu les L M Ooggeshall Les Caine and J M Hennetesy CEEM FANGMANS ENTERPRISE Clem Fangman for seven years with the Big Store has assumed charge of toe cigar store at C45 Fourth avenue He will have an ex cellent line of domestic and imported cigars on hand at all times ROBERTSON LANDS CONTRACT Sam L Robertson the well known contractor has been awarded the contract tor the ffranitold and reinforced concrete work on Trinity Councils new club house Mr Robertson is an active worker in Macldn Council INVITE NEIGHBORS Chief of Police Hanger and Fire Ohief Tyson will invite the head of their respective departmemts in the cities of Ohio Illinois Indiana and Tennessee ito attend the military jubilee and parade on May 15 7UtRCRULEYS MondayWodnnsday The Witching Hour WHERE THE CROWDS G- OIOCHOPKINSIO Largest Moving Picture Theatre IB the World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE From 1230 to 1030 P M Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Chauge of Program Snnday and Thursady AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Rugs Best qualities and low prices offeringsWe WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price U bbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET FOR Furniture Of all kindsrlat the lowest prices I00 to I WM F MAYER I 419 W MARKET STREET 8 X x x x XK XX x x x Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 484y HENRY FUGttS FLORIST Funeral Designs and Flowers for all occasions OREENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building 1 NN N N N N N N NN N11 NN11 N NN N N NNN CHURCH GROWTH During the past three years the Catholic population of Wyoming has grown from 4000 to 10000 The academy at Cheyenne and a school for Indian children at the Shoshone reservation are the only Catholic In stitutions In the State but six chapels are being erected at distant points There are now eighteen priests labor Ing wltht Right Rev Bishop Keane in a field nearly 100000 spuare miles in extent running 365 miles from east to west and 275 miles from north to south To save the cause in Wyoming much must be done within the next five years and Bishop Keane looks with confidence for aid from Catholics of the East who rejoice in the peaceful and secure possession of every religious ad vantage HINTS ON STYLE Waists are short or skirts are high whichever you please Plaited skirts are pledged to rc main as popular as cvcrITrimmings ore ultrafashionable Linen is one of the seasons finds inmillineryThe lOraugll and Romney are shapes in millinery that will be found most becoming Sleeveless coats of cloth silk lace and pongee are going to be much worn this summer Sleeves made in one with the bodices are in accordance with the latest decree of fashion Youthful looking new coats have- melted backs in which the belt passel through a slit at the side Some of the jauntiest of shirt models have just one wide band which generally is cut bias vise One of the smartest effects of the season is the modified Prince Chap model with now French dip back and frontBlue is considered the luckiest color for the going away suit of the bride but it seems that gray is worn as much All Shades of purple and lavendar are ultrafashionable and next in favor are the smoke tones now so much in vogue One of the most popular materials for summer is dotted Swiss and this year it is shown in all sorts of de signs and colors Severely close lUng princess jumpers that button over a simple blouse of lawn or batiste are popular for morning dresses For early spring these are made in cloth later in raw silks taffetas and linens THACKERAYS PHILOSOPHY MIl No man knows his strength or his weakness till occasions prove teem If Hfoere be some thoughts land actions of iris life from the memory of wlifclha man whrlnks with dbome sure there are some which he may be proud to own up and rev metniber itorgiven injuries conquered difficulties Y t IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Only three cases were presented to the Mayo grand jury at the latest assizesAt KerryAssizes werefeloniesWithin ten years the population of Ireland has decreased 200000 white the taxes have increased at the rate of 012 a head The body of Anne Kerans of Oaherglcssane near Gort has been found in the river She had bees missing since August Francis ReilJy for the past seven teen years Chairman of Granard Urban Council County Kildare is dead at the age of sLt three The Monaghan County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have determined to erect a monument to tho memory of the late James Rice of Tyhollnm a veteran of the order At Ardara Conuty Donegal John settingfirechurch Evans was an Orangeman and the jury recommended him to clemencyBernard McCormick a cattle dealer and exporter of Drogheda died at his home there He was orfe of the finest specimens of manhood in the country a111stood six feet four indies in his stockings Mary Oasken aged about twenty Bngnallitownat the residence of Sir William Goff at Glenville County Waterford Her dress was ignited while she stood with her back to a fire Patrick Rorke died at Balllntubber near Castelrea nit tile remarkabl nge of 109 years Last harvest time he walked miles daily to work in the fields He had many anecdotes of the Ribbonmen Whiteboys the OConnell campaign and the famine of 47 Sir Nicholas OConnor a dis tinguished Roscommon man and formerly British Ambassador to Constantinople is dead Only a few months ago he sold the last of his property to his tenants nt Ballymoe on the borders of Roscommon and Galway Lady Bellingham is at the head ol a movement of Irish women to pre sent something appropriate to Pope Plus on the occasion of his jubilee They intend to give him a number of Irish made silver chalices which wil be presented to him by a deputation of Irish women- IISTINGUISiUED MISSIONARY HenningliausSouth Shantung Chinia accompanied by a native Chinese priest is now in New York City in an effort to raise funds for missionary purposes in his diocese En route to America Bishop Henninghaus spent several months in Germany anti lectured in all the large cities on his work in the far East Ho may visit Louisville on his way across the American continent MEETS POPE J Pierpont Morgan the multi millionaire of Now York and his daughter Mrs Herbert L Satterlee were received in private audience by Pope Plus X last Saturday Thq demeanor of His Holiness was said to be very cordial At Mr Morgans request the Pope wrote an expressloi of good will and benediction for Mr Morgan and his family CHOICER FOR BRYAN Latest advices from London are to the effect that Richard Croker the erstwhile leader of Tammany is coming to time United States this fall In the event of Bryans nomination for the Presidency at Denver it is hinted Croker will manage Democracys or ganization In the Empire State This will be welcome news not only to Bryan but to all good Democrats POSTLENTEN FETE Branch 4 Catholic Knights and Ladles of America have arranged to give an entertainment in honor of the Advisory Board at Bertram Hall ai 8 oclock on the evening of Thursday April 23 Quite a number of invlta lions have been issued and the mem bers would like to see a large crowd present HANDSOME GIFT Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia announced on Wednesday that a lady residing in that city had given 100000 for the proposed high school for Catholic girls The donor is be lieved to be Mrs Frederick Oamfield Penfield formerly Mrs Anna Weight man Walker CURED THE GRIP This is not new but true A very devout church deacon being some what indisposed was advised by his doctor to try hot toddy but he objected on account of the bad example sot before his rfaanSly Just call for hot water saying that you wish to shave and keep the other ingre dients Sn your own possession The next day a neighbor called to inquire haw the elder was getting along He seems to bo feeling much better said his wife he shaved three times last night and twice this morning COULDNT TAKE TIm CASE Youll have to send for another doctor said the one who had been called after a glance at the patient Am I as sick as that gasped tho suffererI know just how sick yon are replied the man of medicine lint I know youre the lawyer who crossexamined one when I appeared as an expert witness My conscience wont let me kill you and Ill be hanged if I want to cure you Good day KEEPS STOVE CLEAN Save all pieces of beeswax After d ys work is done rub a little wax OiOPOf stove with cloth The heat- SS e FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone lain 1913 slaTHEWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor n Gruber a Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED j j TELEPHONE 452 LOUJsvnLE KY ASK L o1rr i FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE NOME PHONE 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 19 JOHN E PRANK WALTERS9 Clay=Street Brewery 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Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK BricH OFFICE 508512 TEtBl110Nn573 W JEFFERSON WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and roth r TELEPHONE 2833 QUICK MEAL MS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal hasI been universally acknowledged the j 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 itIl In the front rank lIning made i ourI1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell attold pricestGEHER SON a 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECONDi Albert T Schranz Co I REAL ESTATE n IN ALL ITS BRANCHES laONEY TO LOANII CUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room l f Law Bldg Center and BnBi 1 t t t TSNK WINES CHAXFAOHEI AL KOhB345 West Green Street HOKX CIR1a12 i It tl IfIYLlI NICE BALANCE Mackin Councils Treasury Has Nest Egg Worth While Considering that it is Lent and the weather not over propitious tthe at tendance at Mackln Councils meeting last Monday night was unusually Robert T liurke presided and lent enthusiasm to lila fellowofficers and members gen orally William Schaetzly who has been suffering from typhoid fever for several weeks past was reported well Treasurer Daniel W Weber made hit report for the first quarter showing that the council had to its credit in bank the tidy sum of 20 0JS The Opera Committee reported that rehearsals of A Mile From Town were being held regularly and that great progress was being made to ward proficiency A contract for n theater will probably be closed within a week or twd Quite a number of new members were present and were called upon to relate their experiences at the latest initiation After acting upon the report of the Joint Committee dime meeting adjourned SEVERE LOSS Death of Noted Nun Is Blow to Community in New England The community of the Sisters of Mercy at Meriden Conn has sus tained a severe loss in the death of Mother Mary Theresa Perry who was called to her eternal reward last Monday This estimable lady was a member of her order fortysix years and was one of ten Sisters who in 1872 responded to the call of Bishop McFarland for nuns to work in the Now England States and particularly in his diocese of Hartford She was thrice elected Mother Superior of her conventMother Mary Theresa was recog nized as one of the most gifted women in the order and aft her death had been a member of the community and always nt the same convent fortysix years She was born in County Limerick Ireland in 1837 and descended from a very religious family She was a most gifted musician and a sister of Prof James Perry the well known organist and teacher of music While Mother Mary Theresa was not known per sonally in Louisville the friends of her brother nephews and nieces join with ithem in a prayer that she may rest in peace and that perpetual light may shine upon her CLUBS TO MERGE Division 3 Will Yield Time to the Hibernian Marchers Division 3 A O II Meld its regular meriting Thursday night of last week and was Called to order by Vice President Martin Sheehan President Patrick T Sullivan who had been unavoidably detained came in later and assumed charge Edward McGinn and John Mulloy were elected to membership obligated and instructed in the workings of the order by the resident Patrick Bishop who 1ms been ill was reported as improving very slowly County President John A Murphy was called upon for an address and In response said he was now engaged in distributing the new rituals lIe congratulated the mein hers on the manner in which their business was conducted and urged them to join the Marching Club and- o attend the national convention at Indianapolis in July Chapters 7 and 8 of the history of Ireland were read and enjoyed The Literary Committee was instructed to provide refreshments for nest meeting and the Secretary was ordered to send cards to the members re questing their presence The attend ance was large and nil took an active part in the meeting It was also de cided to transact only the necessary routine business at the next meeting BO that the halt could be turned over to the county officers for the pur pose of merging the various marcn Ing clubs Into one large organization After the club is organized it will be necessary to decide on a uniform and- o provide for drills so that a good showing can be made by Kentucky at the national convention NOT OUR FRANK Quite a commotion was caused in the West End early this week witch the name of Frank Adams appeared in the list of marriage licenses Sev iral of the girls shouted in glee Good Bye Good bye to the Bach Foncharleytfurphy is not beyond redemption It was not our Frank of Mackln jouncil If Frank wants to marry he will not marry during Lent but if he continues to make regular visits to the East End something may appen Many Of the exbachelor- sre awaiting developments ANENT P G WIIlTCOIDI An able representative to a na ional convention means much to any nibordiniate organization P G Vhitcomb President of Stereotypers ind Electrotypers Union No 32 isle of the ablest labor advocates in oulsrllle and will be his unions representative at Boston next Aug list Mr Whitcomb Is a native ot astOn Young alert able energetic ind ever with a weather eye for tho ieneflt of his craftsmen he will lapably represent his ioulsvllls lolleagues in the home of baked beans MAKES A CHANGE I Charles Hill has disposed of hU 1 cafe at Twentieth and Walnut I streets and he is now associated I with Henry Bosquet at 245 Fourth ivenue tIle has hosts of friends all iver the city whom he will be pleased to meet at his new quarters UNITYS DANCES Unity Council Y M I of New Albany J has secured Maennerchor Hall for a series of dances which 111I ake place on April 22 May 11 and elose with a big leap year affair otj rk3ay might May 38 Louis Glass Seorge Jtenn Edward Ilickc Leqn z U r ll SOCIETY DIRECTORY t A O 1i- DIVISION 1 Meets at PAlls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday oyVice I Recording Secretary Thomas Eeonan Jt- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurercharles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial KenneySergeantnt Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Moots First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Street- sPrcsidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J O Hession DoughertySentinelThomas SorgeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerHurry Brady McDermottSergeanttArmsJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall President John Kenney Vice PresidentJohn U Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Robards SentinelTimothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y OVT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana hon Second Vice President Samuel RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin E WalshCorresponding SecretaryThomas Bachman Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy Hammer and Edward Losson compose the committee having charge of tin arrangements and their names art a guarantee of social and financial success ST LOUIS BERTRANDS Holy Week will be a busy one for the Dominican Friars at St Louis Bertrands church The Dominicans were the first priests in Louisville to introduce the service of the Tenebrae and this year will lie the fortysecond time that the white habited sons of St Dominic have sung thoje grand and solemn melodies On Holy Thurs lay Good Friday and Holy Saturday the morning services will begin m 8I oclock The office of the Tenebrae will begin at 730 oclock Wednesday Thursday and Friday evenings NATIONAL FEDERATION The National Executive Board of the American Federation of Catholic Societies has fixed on August 9 10 11 and 12 as the dates for the na tional convention to be held in Boston this year Some 800 delegates will be present representing nil sections of Ute United States and Porto Rico The Boston committee in charge ol the arrangements has secured Sym phony halt for headquarters mass meetings and the routine work of the convention THREE MILLIONS SPENT enarmaU3Iin the archdiocese of Philadelphia the sum of 3000000 was spent last year in Catholic building work churches schools convents char itable institutions and in the Improve ments of present edifices Many more buildings and improvements are planned for this year which promises even greater growth in Catholic population ANDREW CAST LANDS Andrew Kust for sunny years with the city as Assistant Superintendent of Sewers is now holding a responsible position with the Kentucky Vitrified Brick Company Mr Knst understands the business from alpha to omega and is a valuable acquisition to his new employers AMUSEMENTS Augustus Thomas great play The Witching Hour which made a hit in jouisville recently comes back to lacauleys Theater for a whole week rhe engagement begins next Monday light The Masonic offering next week will be East Lynne a heartinterest drama ithat will always command public favor and over which many ears have been shed Lillian roster toodwin will appear in the leading role supported by a strong company The elevating character of the moon pictures at Hopkins Theater is believed to be in n measure the reason that there was no falling off In attendance at this popular plait ot amusement during Lent Manager ustin promises another excellent bill for next week The White Citys season will open Sunday May 10 and Creatore and his band will furnish the music for the first two weeks The new theater is- now being erected and time manage nent is planning for at least four weeks of comic opera at the opening of the season Time White City bldb fall to have as many attractions ani of better quality than last year U J i ACTIVITY SHOWN Both Political Parties Are Getting In Shape For Campaign aspirestoPresidency of the United States ad IIopldnlTheater siastically received Not all who heard him were Republicans Many attend ed the meeting because they wanted rlosee what a real Hve Secretary of War and globetrotter looked dike Col Morris Belknap presided and Introduced Mr Taft Louisville Democrats expect to Jrettagctherthey assemble nt the Seelbach to celebrate Jefferson day After the physical man has ben satisfied at the banquet board Hon Edward J McDermott will preside as toastmaster It is expected that he will give titDemocrats a hearttoheart talk that will cause ithe other spealcers to follow his lea- dGENEROUS GIFT Member ofTrinity Presents Check to the Build ing Fund The attendance at Trinity Council was unusually good last Monday night and the enthusiasm displayed was enormous particularly when Lawrence Hoffman presented the council 100 to aid in completing the new club house on Baxter avenue lib generosity was so unusual and spon taneous that many members were stricken dumb fora moment but when they recovered the donor was complimented on all sides His ex ample will doubtless lead other mem bers to be generous according to their means Every officer was present and quite a volume of routine business was dis posed of Two applications were received Dr Philip O Beutel Jr Chairman of the Entertainment Committee reported that arrangements for the euchre lotto and dance to be given on the evening of April 23 were well in hand No less ithan sixty prizes are to be awarded successful contestantsDuring evening quite n lot of stock in the new building corporation was issued to members of the coun cil TIle Building Committee reported that work on the new club house was progressing rapidly ENJOYABLE Was Entertainment Given at Straltsville by the Hibernians To Martin Thome a former res ident of Louisville and a brother of the Rev Father Andrew J Thome pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church the Kentucky Irish American is indebteded for a splendid account of the St Patricks day celebration at New Straitsville a growing manu facturing town in Ohio Mr Thome writes in part On St Patricks day the Rev Father Henry J Kellerman pastor of St Augustines church sang a high mass and delivered a sermon which highly pleased the people The church was crowded In the evening the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians had a celebration in the parish hall It was an invltatioii af fair Ilev Father Callahan from Columbus and a lay friend of his and Uev Father Corning from Corning made addresses which were appreciated Our own musical talent was supplemented by excellent singers from Columbus and Zanesville Miss Phelan the young lady wits teaches the highest class in our school delivered a recitation and was so enthusiastically received that she had Ho respond to two encores Father Henry was gratified at the reception she received and consider It a compliment to his school There were 400 people present and knowing ones say it was the greatest enter tainment ever given by local Hiber nians PASSIOXISTS ARE BUSY Fattier Henry Miller C P the very reverend rector of the Sacred Heart Retreat will preach the last of the series of Sunday Lenten sermons at that house of worship at 3 oclock to morrow afternoon During the past s the Pnssioiwst fathers Lave been scattered all over tIll country giving missions and retreats hut a sufficient number of them will have returned next week to give the Tenebrae service Instead of having the exercises at night they will beheld at 3 oclock in the afternoon of Wednesday Thursday and Friday This will give people from the city a chance to attend and return home before twilight MERGING OF MARCHERS A special meeting of the marching clubs of the four local divisions of the Ancient Order of Hiberniarts will be held at Division 3s hall northeast corner of Seventeenth and Market streets next Thursday evening Pres- Ident I Patrick T Sullivan will hustle the ordinary routine business of Hviston 3 so that as much time as ossible may be given to the merger of the marching clubs into one corn pact organization Alter the officers are elected the members will decide upon n uniform to be worn on the- occaslan of time clubs visit to Indian polls next July- APPOINTED DELEGATES Acting Gov Cox last Saturday ap pointed Kentuckys delegates to the National Conference of Charities and Corrections which convenes at Rich non on May 0 for a week Prominent imotig the list are John Doyle Jullu Hid and Mrs Kate Iiayman of thin city Cols Percy Holy and Albert Scott of Frankfort and Dr L II Mulligan of Lakeland WILL BUILD HALL The Irish socleties of San Fronclsc are united In u movement for the peedy erection of a ibullding to be known as Celtic Hall and which will be the home of the various fraterni ties of that city L 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 ask SCANLON COAL CO Incorporated StIS tITUB Gfias iRogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O r 1SUIT EVERY TASTE A Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Zfinest of their kind In the city 9 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLESiOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jefierson Street1 + + + + + + + eQQpC + + + + ti Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable System xi as taught at this Institution Is a valuable acquisition to any person A stopping atone to success Secures the beat employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand v SCHOOLctNOSPresident SiredTurner t4 + I LARGEST AND BESTTHE CITY I UNITEDIN 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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 gas has been used for THREE FULL MONTHS We will then credit the cost of gas used against the cost of connections and collect only the small balance remaining if there should be one IF YOUR HOUSE IS ON A STREET REACHED BY OUR PIPES WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR DETAILS KENTUCKY HEATING COMPANYMGAS COKE AND COAL TAR I OR SALE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN Manage- rS ADQITM TID1XOi Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprinlEambefty We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOU1STILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING 0 Horses Called For and Delivered BolhPhoMi2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 91M15 SEVENTH ST J Li 4