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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i iw 1 1tT I- iiiiii I IITRIUMPHANT Now York Catholics Arc Bendy to Begin Weeks To cum Services Notable Dignitaries of Church Arc Assembling For Ceremonies Laymen Will Have Big Meeting mid Street Parade in Metropolis DAY RESERVED FOR CHILDREN New York Catholics laity as well as clergy are now putting the finishing touches on the arrange ments lor the reception and enter UaiiiTEcnt of the multitude of church dignitaries who will invade that city during the coming week Nearly all the decorations have been put in place and some of the tint nmlifi a have arrived All this is in preparation for the festivities connected with the appropriate celebration of the centennial anniversary of New Yorks elevation to a diocesan Sec Asha5 been often announced Bardstown Boston New York City and Phila delphia were made sees on April 8 Balt1Imorearchdiocese The See of Bardstowu was later changed to Louisville Tin largest celebration of tile centenary will be held in New York City nail because the exact date occured in Lent the celebration was postponed until the week beginning April 20 One hundred years ago when New York became a diocese it had two churches and 16000 communicants Today it has 310 churches nnJ 1300000 communicants in 1803 Where were only two priests in New Vjrk and now there arer 855 A century ego New York hud no parochial schools no institutions for the care of the sick and helpless Today iU has hospitals orphan asylums humo for aged and infirm school college convents and academies scattered tit over the archdiocese Today the Vttlue of Oathollc church property In New York is 00000000 and tile churcli I revenue is 5000000 St Pat ricks Cathedral cost approximately 8000000 but if it were valued as u purely commercial asset it would bring 20000000 on the real estate market today In additioa to the Cathedral there are on the island ofI Manhattan not less than half a dozen Coltholio churches worth 1000000 eachThe seven days Te Deum will begin ti tomorrow with masses of thanksgiv ing In every church and every Catho lic institution throughout the diocese but the main feature will be the sol emn services at St Patricks Cathe dral on Tuesday Ills Eminence Cardinul Michael Logue Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland will officiate Among the churcli dignitaries will be Cardinal Gibbons I of Baltimore Monsignor Falconio heilandj of Philadelphia Archbishop Aloeller j of Cincinnati Archbishop Giennon St Louis Archbishop Kiordan ofII San Francisco Archbishop u of Chicago and Archbishop of Boston Of course Archbishop Farley of New York will be the moving spirit on this occasion 153 he will bo during the various exercises to be held during the week Cardinal Iague sailed from Ireland Easter Sunday and will arrive in time to get a brief rest trout his sea voyage be fore beginning his pant in the solemn ceremoniesFor reasons it has been deemed fitting for Cardinal Logue to officiate at this grand and solemn ceremony He is Primate of All Ireland and Archbishop of Armagh just- us was St Patrick the patron of tin New York Cathedral Armagh too is the birthplace of Archbishop Far ley The moss will begin nt 11 oclock The music will be unsurpassed by any r lever heard in America Cardinal Gibbons will preach the sermon lu the evening at 8 oclock the light Rev Monsignor Falconio will offi ciate at solemn vespers and the sermon will be delivered by Arch bishop Glennon of St Louis Wednesday April 20 has been set apart as Childrens day and the chll Uren from the parochial schools and acadmeics will go from all directions to the Cathedral A trained chorus of 4000 children will render the music of the mass On the same evening there will be a mass meeting of the Catholic laity of New York City at- c Carnegie Hail Among the speakers will be Cardinal Michael Logue Archbishop Farley lion Bourke Cochran Hon John J Delaney mid Dr James J Welsh Former Judge Morgan J OBrien will preside The sale of boxes amounted tp 4000 and every seat In the hall has been disposed of Thursday April 30 there will be- n solemn niiass of requiem at 5t PM Ticks Cathedral for the deceased Archbishops Bishops and priests of the diocese Thursday evening ani Friday there will be many minor celebrations of the Te Deum and the week will close with a grand street procession of the Catholic laity Saturday afternoon No less than 40000 men will be in line no regalia will be worn save boutonnieres of red white and blue JOHN IH3BHAN Sit DEAD Jobn G Ilebhan Sr one of the oldest and best known live stock dealers In this section of the United States died at this home IOU Baxter avenue Friday afternoon of last week The deceased was born In Germany seventysix years ago but since Ills sixteenth Tear had lived in Trfhiitville For half n century he liad been a purchaser dealer and lire c a P k stock broker and Stood high in the trade lIe is survived by his wife who was Miss Dora Cowper and six childrenv John Jr who Las been for years associated with him in busi PegramMrsI II Ella Ilebhan For a long time he halI been ill of dropsy and his death was not unexpected A host of sorrowing friends attended the funeral last Sunday afternoon The pallbearers were H A Kraft Gottlieb Layer John Letterle P C Yeager Andy Zehnder Jesse Stout Henry Knight and B F Mattingly COMPLIMENTED Grand Secretary Cantys Boquet to Mackin Council meetingheld ance with President Robert T Burke in the chair Theodore Weber John M Curran and Patrick Sheehan who Innprotfag remains unchanged A communica tint from Trinity Council announced that the sister body would meet with Mackin on May 5 The date being agreeable steps were at once taken to insure the proper reception of Trinitys membors on that occasion Grand Secretary Owen T Canty of Frankfont was present and during the evening made a brief address splendidoIttendllnce ods He also spoke about the Kentucky jurisdiction in general and stated that it had gained numerically yearBenprogramme for the Choral Clubs A Mile From Town production announced that all the advertising space had been contracted for more than a performance James T Shelley in behalf of the Supreme Council Reception Committee stated that the White City had been secured for June 10 and that dayTheoccasion will be under ithe joint aus pices of Mackin nnd Trinity Councils of Louisville and Unity Council or Now Albany The council donated 10I to the Kentucky Anti =Tuberculosis r Association to help build the fence Before the meeting closed President Burke invited all the members to be on hand at 3 oclock tomorrow after J noon to hear and take part in the questionItesolved l should erect a modern well equipped t gymnasium in the rear of its present club house As the question is COlic sidered one of vital importance it in desired that every member stall voico I his opinion and for that reason no representthe RESTS IN PEACE I Mrs Maria Holland Called I to Eternal Home on Friday I Mrs Maria Holland one ofthfc most j beloved ladies in the Eastern part of If Louisville died at her home 1322 Roger street Good Friday afternoon utter an illness of one week Uruemie poison was the direct cause of her neath Mrs Holland felt that death was approaching and died fortified by tall ihe sacraments of our holy mother church Her funeral took place from StI Johns church luster a Sunday afternoon and her mortal re nniiiiH were followed to their last lait I routing place in St Louis cemetery 1 by u concourse of sorrowing friends und relatives The deceased is mourned by her grief stricken husband John J Idol jI land a trusted employe of the Ken j Lucky Distillery and Warehouse Company t three stepchildren Mary Will mill and John Holland u brother IJernard Gordon with J Macon C Sons nllof Louisville mother 1 brother James Gordon of New Yor City her venerable mother Mrs Mary Gordon IInda sister Mrs Cecilia Padjen both of County itos Ioinnion IrelllndsMrs Holland was u native of County Koscominon but had lived in yearsSinecharitable and Irish patriotic societies and at her death was a member i of St Johns Altar Society the Third Order of St Francis und the Ladies Auxiliary A O IL Each of these 1 societies were represented at her for neral and tie Very Rev Father Bax who officiated at the obsequies paid t a fitting tribute to her worthtIl THRIVING YOUNG UNION 1 z a The stone cutters and masons 1 local union which was organized In this city March 10 ls increusing its t membership rapidly and now has a charter roll of twentyeight Tlie officers are Capt M J Lawler Pres 1 Went William Kelly Vice President John Cassidy Secretary unit Alex Bain Treasurer Capt Lawler Is also Business Agent for the union anti any contracts entrusted to his care for the union will receive prompt a and considerate attention He is not 1 only a practical stonemason but a 1 former contractor n man of wide ex perience and the greatest Integrity In fact all of the offices are IteM by cold and wise union anen Capt Law Icr can be reached by calling on him in person or by addressing him at f 2011 West Broadway j WEDNESDAY WEDDINGS t Two weddings full of interest to Louisville Catholics will bo solemnized a next Wednesday morning At St l Peters church Miss Anna S Hell meyer Huber and George Andrev I Bveslago will be united in matrimony t and at St Louis Bertrands churcb Miss Elizabeth Gregory Abeam and George Untiedt will be made man anc1 trippboth i In Louisville I t y a GLIMMERING I I Spark of Home Rule Almost Out Among Liberal Lenders Irish Statesmen Will Get Only What They Wage War For I Winston ChurcliiirH American Mother Follows Him to Hustings FIGHT AGAINST LORDS ISIDROPPED Each succeeding day shows more and more tliat Hon Herbert Asquith putforwarelIreland Premier Asquith is a Liberal Imperialist or in other words a Liberal Unionist He admits that home rule may come to Ireland sometime that is when it comes to Scot land and Wales as well The editor of the Dundulk Democrat says in this connectionAsquith is Willing to let Ireland Scotland and Wales have a kind of glorified parish council strictly sub joot to the control of WestmInster triflingelomcstlcIrish standpoint Asquith is no good and wo mayas well make up our minds that we shall get nothing out of a Government in which he is the dominant factor at least nothing that we do not light for Fortunately the life of Asquiths in 10ngrhelrall probability bring theme into con filet with time Lords before many months nnd if the Lords persist iu throwing out the Liberal bills there nppealtoa doubt that an attempt will be made by the Liberals to fight the next general eledtion on the free trade question that is to say home rule will be put discreetly In the background nnd we shall be told when Parliament reassembles if the Lib erals retain a majority that the country has given them no mandate to introduce a home rule bill in thesel circumstances the plain duty of time Irish in Great Britain will be to make home rule the one and only issue in every byeeleotion and to Organize so us to make their united vote toll at the general election against every weakkneed Liberal who will not pledge himself to aid the Irish party in forcing home rule to the front as the leading question in the next Parliament If the result Khould be total defeat of the Liberal party Ireland will have no reason to regret it for it will teach the trim mers at time head of that party that the Irish are determined to have home rule and they rave not going to continue as a mere tail of a political party halt has nothing better to of fer than sympathy and promises t Wlirft however Is perhaps more likely ito happen is the return of the Liberals with I greatly reduced mil jority It is nut mi easy matter toI wipe out a clear majority of close on 300 votes That majority however which might enable n Gladstone to force home rule through in spite of hostile upper house has with antunltlIrish influence in time list c imIaimt t in time Cabinet been fatal to Irish hopes In this Parliament The solid Irish vote is powerless against it A weaker Government would find it necessary to deter to Irish opinion lest some fine day they find lire Irish party join hands with the opposition o dethrone them The byeelections our bring held in Great Britain this week to till the seven vacancies created by the Cub hltit changes By far tuft most limper eating of these contests is tthe one to return a member tfnim the Northwest division of Manchester1 where tin fate of Winston Churchill who i isbVeelectlon on his evelatlon fife Presidency of the Board of Trade 1 will be a surer Index of the comma trys estimate of the past two years of radical rule than are the verdicts of fife smaller constituencies which recently have gone against the Gov ernment Churchill is being opposed former contestant W If- Jdhnson Iic1tH Churchills American mother who was Miss Jerome of Xew York but iwho is now Mrs Cornwall Is West has him to each of Ills speak lug engagements this week mud he has made UK many us four speeches day Mrs CornwalllsWest sits behind her son on 4ho platform while he speaks At other times she Is un tiring among groups of doubtful electorsmStill another thing militates against Name rule for Ireland the elevation of lion John Morley to the position of Secretary of State for India This will cause opposition to the House of Iords to lo dropped by the Liberals since Mr Morley has become member of dime gilded chamber Sir Henry Fowler too has been trans ferred to the Upper House whicli he was supposed to despise so much The lOlls of Mr Morley Is o heavy ne for the House of Commons He has proved in his career that a man of letters can also in the highest degree be n man of affairs Although it is difficult iT the Tories to resist bantering time Liberals about having to eat their own words the opposition fire pleased at Mr Morley translation to the Upper House TU Viscount because the translation lifts alto important subject of Indinr administration into serener air thaI that of the Commons where Ithn Koo often been mixed up with wrtlsaU politics While the Government seems in lined to drop the subject entirely t Is a curious feet that the Unionist ire anxious to Introduce reforms i the Upper House Lord Xansdown admits that there is room for imp provement and he intends to giveilevidence before thq committee sitting under tIle Presidency of Lord Rose bery nnd with which members of the Government will have nothing to do FRANKLIN BANKI New Financial Institution I Sure to rind Favor at Once Money makes the world go bu without a safe place to Invest it or unless you are of saving habits money will avail you little In oll1l IPETER M OREILLY long run In times of financial crises there lire many who distrustful of auks withdraw their savings thus forcing the nation into u linuuciul panic Such u calamity the United States hUH experienced but the good old Ship of State has Weathered the storm The people have discovered that there is plenty of commercial commodities in the land which if handled wisely will produce mop money they have discovered too that banks are to be trusted awl that Iif they have any surplus aHclI paying their weekly or monthly bill the bunks ure the safest place to invest it The jiioroShViving Iwinkif I u town has the more thriving is the town Money gets money and the I town with money is the one that at capitalWithin weeks u new openedinliank 240 Fifth street incorporated with a capitol of 100000 and a plus of 10000 The officers andSillII rectors are nil well known Louisville business men men of affairs and in Ij tegrity Its officers are John S Woods resident Loren It William son State Manager of the Aetna Lite 1 insurance Company First Vice Pres dent Dr J U Willis resident of I the University of Louisville Second Vice President it C lend Cushier j O C Trent Assistant Cushier 11I addition to Messrs Woods William 1 sot and Dr Willis1 the Board of lllarectors is made upof William A Milton Secretary of the Courier Journal Company Charles 11 Norton Secretary of time J MI lEobinson Nor tIce1 j Gouda Company und Managing Direci t or of the Citizens Life Insurance u Company Jl well Duvies Vice ires t ident and jeneral Manager of time i Mluln Jellico Coal Company P M1 J Olleilly of Olieilly Silyder rend i state and fire insurance agents W M Smitu former United States nit trict Attorney for Kentucky At torney W W l loon and Edwin Perry Secretory and Treasurer of licsten A j 1IIUlluIIThe Franklin liunU has been IUCU1I t porated under the lows of Kentucky du u savings and general banking j usiness Its authorized capital ot 100000 hUll been divided into UOOOO j snares of ti 3 each subtiuribcd at 350 per shore and paid lor us fullowtIII lUircc dollars per share at time ofII subscription and the remuinlivg 25 per share within six months offer ine bunk begun business This puts it into itlie possibility of almost jf every working person nun or wOlllunII boyor girl to become a stockholder and gives such of them a share in the earnings of the bunk us well us giving them u right to vote on the clew ion of Directors The object and policy of the rnnktlln Bank will be Uo confine itself to small loons soliciting retail inHtvOinntti andl thrifty iifllvtdiiiilu ascits stockholders und depositors and i 1 no luau of more than ti5000 will bo made ito any one person firm or COItt poratioli Ivoana will be confined tovstrictly commercial paper und to collateral loans on reputable stocks and bonds Which are approved by timen Board of Directors The only salaries paid will be those of the President Cashier und necessary clerks the Directors rendering their services free As an additional incentive to secure tillert aounts compounded semiannually lmost any t oy or girl working for i living can afford to put away 1 x week By the time he or she ieaches the age ot tweDt one these weekly Icposlts with the accumulated interf+ st will make a nice nest egg upon vhich to begin life In real earnest The advertisement of the Franklin Jank will be seen elsewhere in these olumns Prospective depositors can rain any additional information by Applying at the bank PIONEER CIlUnOlIESf In 17G3 the crcfes was raised on St farys churdh in Philadelphia and ID 770 St Peters tho first Catholic j ihurch in Baltimore was opened i DILEMMA Are Our Alleged Reformers XOM Persecuting or Is it Prosecution An Argus Eyed Detective Sees Many Different Pairs of Heelst Citizens Clamor For Cleaner Streets and a Bettor Service REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ON TODAY Are the alleged reformers in the city administration persecuting or prosecuting Certain administration persecutioN whuthappenedotherwise Louis iDugan conducts a ofSeventhduringtheclO11nlng who conducts a plumbing business at 015 West Oak street to do time work Sunday April 12 was time most con venient time to remove time coils take them to Welshs shop and make time necessary renovation The saloon would be closed anti the work could be done without inconvenience to the proprietor and the mechanics un hampered in their labors Plumber Welsh and Nell Mulianey wino assisted him carried the coils from Seventh and Zane streets to Welshs shop between 645 and 7 oclock Sunday More than 100 people returningfrom early mass saw Ithe two mechanics carrying the apparatus out Seventh puttinecleansing process und then Messrs Welsh nnd Mulianey carried tie coils i back to the saloon and were in process of adjusting them when Detectives Pat White und Itobert I Foster appeared on the scene With little lido they arrested murals Dngan proprietor of the saloon mimics Welsh and Neil Mnlianey Kacli of time three gave bond Dugan was cited before followingPridushould not be revolted Mr Dugan appeared before the board made a satisfactory explanation oath the case against him wtis dismissed Infcr stoptoMullaney in the Police Court but it ur1llout otherwise Detective White testified that he peeped through an aperture mill saw two pairs of heels Detective Foster who Ins traveled much from the Philip pines to Panama and Jeffersonville had a greater horizon to scant Hu taw fifteen pairs of heels When the door was opened the detectives found Welsh and Mulianey at the beer coils To Detective Fosters intuitive mind alts3Gdlocy1 buydrink a Fosters view of itnnd fined Welsh nd Mulianey 13 each The saute detective Robert Foster was sent to jail for three hours for contempt of court by lodge Wheeler McGee a few days Inter not for testifying against n white man but for slaking a colored lawyer lie i = the same Foster who is President of ward Itepublican club despite the tIltof the present Una til of Public Safety against policemen firemen and detectives showing duty activity in politics line new plan of cleaning till city streets continues to attract unfa vorable comment from the masses A corps of colored nicnclaij in saffron lined garments armed with brushes nil shovels patrol a few streets nut further north than Main nor south Of Broadway no further east than First and scarcely ever west of Sixth The remainder of the city is legit with filthy streets reeking gutter and n general dirty und nauseat hag appearance The people of Port load Crescent Hill Hutehertown Limerick Gerinantown California and all the Interveninig territory have to pay their pro rata of the taxes for surest cleaning and they would like to know Why they are being discriminated against Tine Itepublican Bttite convention will be held in Louisville Wednesday May 0 As a preliminary ward con stations are being held In this city today The tight is between the Taft and the antlTaft forces For a week each side line been accusing the other of chicanery fraud and worse Hot contests are promised in nearly every ward and the feeling between the rival factions of reformers is ery bitter It might be well for our Democratic brethren to watch the Republican contingents this after oon and see how dearly they love each other how they get together OPEXS NEW HOMT3 The Catholic Womans Club is now occupying its new quarters formerly the Wnverly Hotel on Walnut street Sixth Several thousand dollars were spent in alterations and imp rovemenlts and everything Is In the best condition The building which contains forty rooms is well located nal will be made an ideal home for women MA11TIN MOOXEVS DEMISE Michael Mooneys Demise Martin Mboney a man beloved by all who know him died at his home 2824 Montgomery street Tuesday evening after an Illness of several weeks Death resulted from a corn plication of diseases A wife and eleven children purvlve and mourn his death Two of Ws daughter Misses Katie end Alice Mooney arc I j RationBanki UniteStatesquityoungyears he held the position of heaid houseman at the Galt House He was not only trusted by his employers thelcoadingTimfuneralof Our Lady in Portland vesterdavy mat ninig und his bereaved friends theirlastSMOKE TALK With Music Entertained the Members of Branch 25 and Guests Branch 25 C K of A had a entertaimneuinmeeting Monday night Not only did outInnomberotherbrl1uclle8UICUniformbranch President William T Median presided and cordially welcomed the OuptGusCnrtfliy representing the military con tingent Col Joe McGinn und Patrick Ifolley of the Central Committee John Kenney of the Jeffersonvillo branch and William M Higgins of the Kentucky Irish American The branch adopted appropriate resolutions on the death of Michael Pryal Matters of routine were hurriedly disposed of after which Charles J Desse made life report of the business trnnHicted at time last meeting of the Central Committee On behalf of time Entertainment Commit tee Mr Desse also provided a fine brand of cigars and the hosts anti quests settled down to a comfortable smoke talk Mir Kennoy told what wins being done by the members of the order in Jeffersonville and his address greatly encouraged those present lIe detailed time work that is being done on the northern side of the Ohio and declared that dime C K of A was on a firmer foundation than ever on one which will stand for nil time to come He made a strong plea for a greater fraternal feeling and urged a better acquaintance among tIll members Col McGinn on behalf of the order asa whole and particularly as tlw President of the Central Committee thanked Mr Kenny for his wtords of encouragement and advice Patrick Holley was in a facetious mood mud had some good natured fun at the expense of the visitor from Indiana end others present but in amore serious vein said that the order wax IxprcIIsc1NIl agoCapt va rious lift insurance plans offered by fraternal organizations and showed tin advantages that the Catholic Knlehts held over all rivals William M Higgins made a brief talk on the results that ought to be attained by the Falls City branches in endeavoring to properly entertain delegates to the State convention this yen Excellent musical selections were fur nished by F R Deleull and his sonII Francis The entire evening was erII enjoyably RpentII JIOTJGIL EDGES 1 J Wear Away as Rehearsals For Operetta Arc in Progress Day by day time arrangements for J the production of A Mile From Town by Mackins Choral Club arc I being dovetailed together so that J when time opening performance takes place U will present a perfect und artistic mosaic A Mile From Town j will be produced ut Macauleys Thea ter on time evenings of Monday Iucs day and Vednesdiiy May 18 10 ulIIlII 20 Aulyn E Kunstou the author and composer of the new operetta I considers his latest effort ever more I ambitious than The Dreamers 111111II he and the other members of the J Choral Club care very anxious to make the now production a grafter success thou was the Dreamers last year A Mile From Town is said to be brimful of clever songs entity music effective comedy and pretty stage pictures The cast has been arranged as follows Virginia Esther Whedon Sla- terTrixieliattie E lloffnm- attSnooksLeota Whltton Blerach Aunt Treasy Patrick King Senator Vo ceJJOllis J Kieff- erSchntidtieCharles Pars- onsGoggleshomus I dines I Percy PemnpleAuiynm E Knnstou A chorus of forty voices and a large orchestra will add to the effect of the work The committee appointed j by Mhckin Council ito arrange for the production is mode up of Thomas Bachman Charles S Raldy B F Heed Secretary Thomas D Clines Treasurer and Louis J Kieffer i Chairman I JUG GAELIC FESTIVAL J The New Yprk Gaelic Society com memorated its thirtieth anniversary nit time Lexington Avenue Opera House last Thursday with a festival of Irish music William Ludwig the cele brated Dublin basso time Sixtyninth Regiment Band and St Patrick Caithedral school band Mrs Helen ODonnell Miss Nora Harper Lloyd Rand and Edward OMahoney assisted in making the festival n success The Right Rev Monsignor Mooney pre skied and delivered an address lion John Curtsey President of the Gaelic Lciague in America also delivered nu address J FATHER KEIIOE REMEMBERED The Bet Father Thomas Kehoe j pastor of St James church at Lud J low Is wearing a handsome Jeweled stud the slit of the Knights of t Columbus D E Driscoll made the J presentation speech 1 f ORGANIZED Hibernian Marching Clubs Arc ellierged Into Perfect Whole 7 County President Murphy Is Made Captain of the a Company Division Ts Members Played Hosts in AdmlrnbleJJ lUnnncrIU BRIEF ADDRESSES ON PURPOSES Nearly every chair was taken in the ofDivisionHibermanswhenPresident announcedUlI1ttransacted so that the unit could be Marching ern W J Klein and William Hardl man were received John Bishop was reported still on the Sick list This wound up Division 3s deliberations for the evening and from that time on the Marching Club took the floor County President John A Murphy called the meeting to order and explumed Ithe intent and purposes of the Marching Club and how it was proposed to merge the subordinates clubs of the four local divisions Into one Harmonious whole elect officers appoint committees meet frequently arrange for drills and perfect all ar rangements for Kentuckys proper showing at Indianapolis during the national convention of the Hibernians JulyOn ulloylhalt a dozen members County Presi dent Murphy was elected Captain by acclamation Other officers S l WilliamS WilliamTLawrence J Mackey Division 3 Set retary John M Mulloy Division 1 Treasurer Capt Murphy was auth orized to appoint committees on transportation music uniform etc lie was given a full roster of membership front the four subordinate starching clubs so that each may have an equal representation 3ugv ge tioris were mantle as to the imanage mcnt and conduct of the club style of uniform and other incidental matters after which the Marching Club adjourned to meet with Division 2 on Friday May 1 In its hall at First nnd Market streets Before anybody hind time ito leave time hall State resident George J Butler as Chairman of Division 3s Literary Committee announced that his committee hind provided some rev froslimenits and asked all to remain nnd partake of their hospitality Be cause it was Lent no elaborate spread was made but there was plenty of rood and wholesome things served and nil present appreciated this cater ing to the physical ninn While the members were leisurely enjoying time repast brief addresses on the March ing Ohrb and good of the order were made 1 y Capt John A Murphy Lieu William T Median John M Mulloy James J Kilkelly Patrick T Sullivan James Coleman Patrick Holley Thomas A Quinn and John G lies sion D J Coleman furnished the music for the closing ode The meet Ing closed with all satisfied that tie Marching Club was a foreordained success and grateful to Division 3 for its hospitality- As rapidly as possible Capt Murphy will appoint time committees on flu form transportation etc so that when the Marching Club moots again on May 1 the machinery of the or ganlwiltion will be in perfect working order Drills will be arranged for at time same time After that the sailing will be comparatively smooth if all time members show the proper Interest in the chub On account of hard times In the Eastern States It is not probable that many of the crack marching clubs of New England will visit Indianapolis In July hence the Loulv vllle marchers ought to bear away the palm In the great parade In the Hoosier capital- NE1V ASSISTANT PASTOR The Ilev Father Daniel Gallagher who has been one of the assistant priests at the Cathedral has been appointed1 assistant to the Very Itev Father Lawrence flax pastor of St Johns church and assumed Ills new duties on Thursday Father Gallagher is of commanding figure yet of kindly demeanor and will soon find himself at home among the food peo yenarable eightieth milestone in his life anti after having served the people of that congregation faithfully and well for more than halt a century must of necessity lay a great part of his burden upon younger nnd more vig orous shoulders As the See of Louisville was the cradle of Catholicity In the West St Johns was the cradle of time church In the eastern part of Louisville more than ten parishes having been carved out of what was St Johns when Father flax became Its first pastor more than fifty years ago COLORED CATHOLICS Tomorrow will bo first communion day at St Augustines church curl the Rev Father Felten will give the Bleftsed Sacrament to a class of thir tytwo colored children and Six colored adults at the 8 oclock mass Of the adults four are convert Father F lten hits accomplished great work aS pastor of this the oldest Catholic olturak for colored people In Louisville CPh6 ilkusio tomorrow win be especially pleslrvgv vt i r sruogY sreisH AMERICAN KENTUCKY fit Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememen of Irish Americans a d Catholics rOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COpy 5C t Entered it the LouUvllle Poitofllce a Second Clase Hatter Addru all Communlcatlonl to tbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St I TRADESUNIDN COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 25 19081 MA11HIAOK LAW EFFECTIVE Last Sunday the new edict of the church on the subject of iiMttrlmo went Into effect Thcnctlnn of tllt church is another striking1 e1lIl1pll of the iwlse and prudent pulley IIhe has adopted with regard to the hol sacrament of matrimony The l1elreJ effects n very radical change in tl1l present dkvlpline of the church with regard to mixed marriages as WIlI as marriages between Catholics t also provides that promise of nlllr Tinge to be vnlld must be signed 1 the presence of at least tw witnesses HlBIiAXl LOSES A FIUEXI Irishmen lire not prone to syim pathlze with England at any ttlml hut there are few of the rice who do not deplore the death of Sir lIenrr CnmpbelllJannermnn never a gre1t statesman perhaps but always eOll sistcnt tend true We can also Illdorse the tribute paid him by Hon 10111 lledmond u few moments after till ex lremiers death on Tuesdaywh lIe said that Sir Henrys disapper once caused Ireland to suffer a ll1sJoI second only to the loss caused ih the retirement of Gladstone Tlcrc Is not continued Mr Kedmond iUII Irish Nationalist in any part of Ithe world who will not deeply deplo Hint this consistent brave honoral h friend of Ireland has been taken frllm the arena of public life XEV WOXDEHS The world 1 Is awakening to n IWW wonder it might be said to a 111111 of wonders the growth of 11th olielty 1iv the United States nnl above nil the growth of the Illllrlh in what Iis known as the arehilioee of XCAV York Roman Catholics lrproscribed in New York under Dlltdl mid British Protestantism I11tl111ftcr the War of the devolution JhlY met few at n tithe and in secret 11 first mass in New York City is uitl to linve been celebrated in a loft Oer n carpenter shopanti until lisO when St leters was opened the iIW York Catholics were without a 111l of worship In that once proseribt district there are now 309 cliureln with lSiOnoo adherents an Archbishop ft Ilishop and 830 priests 01111 the diocesan property is valued In the aggregate air 34000000 It mu t also be remembered that the preset boundaries of the archdiocese hllVl only been fixed since JS 3 Former the diocese Included tho wholn StatcII of New York and Xew Jersey SlLENMIM ll UXIOX i Nothing in recent years hnheclt of so much importance to tIll peop of the Irish and German races ill eetithe Ancient Order of Hibernians onll the icrmanAmerican Alliance The union of these two great bodies will cause neither to lose Its Identity Tw object is to got the members of both organizations to oppose with all tIII1 might any entangling alliance be tnvecn the American and llritlf Governments The agreement lw ibween the German and IrlshAmei owns Is now being Indorsed by t1ic subordinate organizations of holll bonksI throughout the United State Lenders In both organizations con t Rider it o significant movement for conierncting influences detriment to the interests of the Irish and Ger man elements in the United State nnd especially timely in view of tit danger of departing from the trail tional policy of this country by 4li contraction of entangling alliance with foreign powers The new nil once will also have the effect 01 counteracting that spirit of anger mania thut Is being Intruded into American society and American tour oils by American statesmen It is believed that with the Iris and Germans united on this subjer they can make themselves felt In nl1 uncertain ninnner and that the mos rabid Anglomaniac will have to sit up anti take notice The Irish onll German races preponderate In nIb great and good land of OUTS an they ought to have a large say I111 Its policies Because they ore de scenkled from Irish or Germa parentage they are none the les Americans and they will continue tc net as the mainstays of the country FINE TRIBUTE Leading Journals Hand some Compliment to Catholic Church The Catholics in that good old cit of William Penn Philadelphia cele betted the centenary of the dioces llastSnneley instead of on AprilSI The o ntmi figure in the celebration 61111 inatiteir of course wits Arch bishop Ttyair SpesMng of the con fenarv celefemtion last Sunday morn I hug the Philadelphia Press said edt orially The churches and the membership of the Catholic communion celelbrate today a century of completed growth ilK those art New York and Boston do on other weeks of tills centennial year for each of the three dioceses in this city at least unlike the oth erl this great mId ancient faith has never known exclusion or percecii ion Its members wore early here It hits hud ill Philadelphia constant und conitiniioiiM growth itsprhuates have commiindel the respect of nil ind each In succession has labored for the general good It is true of Archbishop Ryan that he sums in his hnnKter his influence his labors ind his office the beneficent fruits Df n great church front which the ommnnity ns a whole dully profits ind In which those who have no lIel- sOllal share in his faith or ministra tions rejoice Marly confliet petty jealousy have long since ceased All today know and apjireciate the gootl in all ommunioiiK tutu the service done by every creed As for this mighty and enduring faith whose history bridie the gasp between the ancient tutu modern world its growth Us pros perity its good storks ant its con ttmt service for till many whom It schools instruetK elevates supports md succors constitute part of tin renter orces byI which the commu nityas n whole is served EARNS SUCCESS Manager Who Shows Much Energy Ability and Tact Arthur J Kinsella manager of the 1LI S Moses 1 1it lung Company VU Vest Market street is one of the riding voting Inkiness men of tills city lie huts been in the clothing business since boyhood nnd understands it in every feature und lint lucid his present important position during time past six years lie iIs energetic and courteous and has shown great executive ability Through lilt efforts the Mr S Moses Clothing Company is fast forging to the front In this cityt und lilt abilities lire recognized by his einployers Thl HeiiMou he hits made n upecial effort to suture n spleiulld line of clothes hints anti furnishings for boys win tore about to receive their drat holy1 communion or the sacrament of lOU firmation Mr Kinsella is nn active member of Mnekin Conrwil Y M I and of the lied Men He is popular with the trade mill has ninny friends all over Louisville who rejoice at his continued success v LKTTKU FROM THK 1 IOlB Dmsj nor OConnell Archbishop of Boston is in receipt of nn autograph otter from Ills Holiness Tope Pius X in connection with the celebration I of Bostons diocesan centenary The Holy Fattier congratulates the young Archbishop 011 the growth of Cath olicity dn his see und praises the loyalty of 1he clergy tandi faithful zeal of the Archbinhop Incidentally die thanks the An libisliop for a contri bution of Peters pence amounting to 40000 AMUSEMENTS I Manager Dustin furnished the par trons of Hopkins Theater with two more SMS of splendid motion picture bills this teek Vhlle the attendance was fair during the Lenten season I the increase during the present week was very noticeable and at I times the house was crowded Every number on each bill was interesting I and ninny highly Instructive Next week even better ithings are prom ised and the Indications arc that tilt theater vvjll be liberally patronized both afternoon and night Howes famous moving pictures which made a great hit In Washington Philadelphia and Baltimore will be seen ut the Masonic next week Tins will be a novel change and will doubtless be well received It is said to be the biggest moving picture slrtnv on the road Henrietta Crosman will be seen rt MacauleyS the first half of next week as Peggy Thrift in The Country r Girl a comedy written somet years ago and adopted for the modem n stage The production has been well received everywhere presented Tho Mksonic Theater will close the season with its performance tonight The popular playhouse enjoyed great popularity since Its opening last fall n- rI Q Our WorK Is The TALK OF THE TOWN QUALITY 15 OUR MOTTO 1 OIVB US A TRIAL i SOG1ETY Mrs J T Welch has returned hon trout a pleasant visit to Shelbyvjll Miss Mary Manion who spent the a faster holidays In Shelbyville hal returned home Mrs Ethel OWrlen of Duncan Ind nits lucre to spend Easter week with ilrs Kdwurd Bradley South Loul ille Mrs D Ivalteifbacher of Shelb illle is the guest of Mr and Mr Will S Knltcnbiicher 1434 Eighteen itreot Will Volleyof the Louisville fnshville spent Easter Sunday att Jnrdstown as the guest of 1 ludg rank Daugherty Trinity Council Y M L will give another of Its famous dances next Vednesday night The general publl Is invited to attend Mrs James Culllvnn and little KOIl Mbert came down from Lornlu Ohi to spend the fasterl holidays wM elatives III New Albany Miss Frances McCullough has n urned to her home In Lexlngtni ifter a most enjoyable visit with Mir nil Mrs Edward Doyle on 0 street Miss Florence Mattlngly who spei he Easter holidays with halt parents kfr nnd Mrs 11 S Mattlngly ha etnrned to the academy at George own John Clirrnus friends are rejoice iver his recovery from an illness or yplioid fewer that confined him tto ass home in Portland for the pin north Miss Helen Baiinon win was thl hnrmlnf guest of Misses Gertrud tad ICatherlne Morgan In Parkhini ins returned to her home In Nort ilndison Mr mid Mrs Aaron Kohu and M1 tad Mrs David Baird hove arrange tn snit for Europe on lime 111t The s9IIspeed till entire manner on thl Continentt William OConnor and Walks Fnneock win were members of Mr Tarry Martins house party 1IIII Shelby county returned horn Yednesdav The preHy little girl baby tint ha irrived nt the home of tr and Mrs fames J Doiiohuc 1503 Coral aveiiui will the baptized at St Frances of torte church tomorrow Col William 11 Huldenmn editor of thl Louisville Times who has bee1- IIojouriiinjg nt Martlnsville to re upemto trout an uttnck of then nni ism is expiated home today Miss Aliee Terstegge returned rout f1tt Marys of the Woods to sputa aster with her parents Mr nod MrsI lenry Terstegge at their home tithe Silver Hills west of New Albany Mrs Kill S Knltenbacher bus re urned from Slielbyville where sit t reinicestill Church of the Annunciation ut lie high mass Miss Ida Price of OUkdnle wha wus removed to her home last weel rum Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos iltal hay almost entirely recovered from her Illness which for a Urn was regarded quite critical Mrs Jennie Nelson who wits open ted on for appendicitis at S1 osephVt Infirmary was able to leiiv laturdtiy to speed vasterI with hei elatives the Harry family at Nev Inven before returning to lien hunt II t Lebanon rMisses Mamie and Rita Kcauc pent several days at St Marys larion county this week as tht vests of Prof and Mrs A U Hart hey were Interested spectators 1i tihe Waster entertainment put on b- SI Marys College boys A now singer for St Louis Ber lands choir Juts made lilt appear lice and is already in training nt- witt not mule his formal debut for tine time to come He is a now aby boy of Edward McDonogh Jr J5 West Kentucky street Col and Mrs Thomas J BatmanI ave announced the engagement ofr heir daughter Miss Elvira tl I homas II Waters a young attorne ot Bellingham Wash and n forma resident of LouisvilleI Tlje wcddi itg wl1Ibc solemnized in May Mr and Mrs John E Damn hint invninced the engagement of their aughter Miss Norma Datim tc Unp1s Rehm The wedding will tnkr lace in June The bridetobe is the harming laughter of John Daunt of- the r Times composing room force Col Young E Allison a veteranI and popular member of Louisvillei journalistic fraternity submitted t i serious surgical operation at the orton Infirmary on Tuesday and at- last recounts was resting as com rtably ns possible under the circumstance Little Miss Mary Irvin Dougherty entertained a number of her young frtpnds nt a birthday party at th1- home of her mother Mrs Margarett ouglierty 020 West St Oaltherlns street Miss Mayvvas six years o1t- 1nnd I received manx congratulations and birthdays presents Mr and Mrs James P Ilannon ofr iloagp Came to Louisville to spend1 Easter with relatives Mr Hannon Iwns compelled to return early in the week but Mrs Ilannon is eo inS n- 10nter visit to her mother Mrs Mary T Barrett 838 East Main street nnll- ller husbands mother Mrs Katherine anion and family 1412 Longest nTenue Miss Bertha Haltingly and Henry nverzag both well known throughout the State were married In the rectory of the Catholic church at enderson on Wednesdays ithe Tier Father Lynch offlclP lng The happy ranle will spend a week or ten days SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS =i FOURr AVEt in Chicago and other cities in th Xorth but will make their home in Cicverport I G Miss Amelia Walz of Jeffersonvill and William Hootker of Lonlsvill were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Anthonys church Jcffersonvlllc last Wednesday morn G lag The ceremonywas followed b nuptial mass After a wedding Ii breakfast at the home of the bride G aunt Mrs Mary Meyer in Jefferson rule the happy couple left fOlIi Mattoon III to spend their hone G moon with u brother of ithe groomGG The wedding of greatest intere t among German Catholics of the Wes End during the coming week will be that which makes Miss Alice Huh buck Mrs Yal Dahlem Jr It ill be solemnized at St Anthonys chore nt 9 oclock Wednesday morning ThI wide popularity of the two youn people will cause the church to 111 thronged with flieir friends Bot bride and groom eleet have receive many hearty congratulations in nr vance A nuptial high mass will fV Inw the marriage ceremony and nfte a weddin breakfast Mr and Mrs Dahlem will take a brief honeymoo trip hut as to their destination tIllS have not acquainted their friends I JUNE WEDDING Prominent Young Peoplejj Will Join Heart and Hand For UfeI A June wedding of great Intere in Intilwlli cirolos will be that whlc unites Miss Lillian Elizabeth llotrt rind litirltN Johnson Cruise and Iit will he Mileiniiied nt St Mar Mafjdulens church itt 730 nelovk 1111 Wednesday morning lour 10 Thl offkinltliilg nriest will be the lieu Father William finnstnolil lame dlntciy after the ceremony Mr 111111 Mrs Cruise will leave for u brldr I tour of tile Eastern cities ftrtune 20 theytrill be at luinie to tlici friends at HIS lEast College street Miss Hoertx is u daughter of f mer State Senator tuulairsJaeu Ifoert nut lis an ateomplislied niiisi clan and of charming manner lit fortunate bridegroom lis the edito lint publisher of the Kentucky KU Mirth hnve the best wishes of man friends in their cruise over mat ml moniiil seas Xo formal1 invitation Bata been issued but the Lapp young folks will be glad to see iliei friends wit the church on their wed Hug morn TIME TO 11EJ1EUY Mine Operators in AmericaI Are Too Chary of Life After rending and digesting iiutliLHlic statistics one CUlL not won iler that 1rctfidentl lloosevclt wider took1 drastic mwisures to secure the LMinctinent of an employers liabllit law Taket the mine disasters abut us tin example During 1JOO near rOOO men were killed or injured JII rail mines in thin United States toe l ivliiie the stnstics for 1907 have lIut been completed the Indications tin that the number killed and Injure last year will be greater rthnn III 1UOG TJieso disasters tune dm iriniarily to ti lad of proper amI iMifarcenble mine regulations In 18Jo our ratio of Milled in elI1000 employed la mines was 267 III IDiHi it 111111 Increased to 340 KtI feictlve mining legislntioii in Europe tells a different tale In the UniteiI states 50 per cent of all fatal accl lents und aiJ per cent of the nun fatal accidents were due to falls ofr roofs and coal lu IEurope excessivi jharges of explosives are prohibited hilt in the lnitell Suites there is no limit 11KCKXT DEATHS Dennis Collins an old and resp ctv 1 resident of that part of time city crows UH Limerick lied ut his home lJJS5 Dumesnil treet Monday iiiornli titer a weeks illness He sufferi rout u complication of diseases Tin leceased wits born m Ireland seventj vita ago but had made his home ir1 x usv1lle since his young manhood several children survive him Tin uncral took place from St Will huns church AYednesday morning One of Louisvilles pioneer Catholh tidies Mrs Catherine Deutseh diet- it II the home of Item daughter Mrs Jert Humler 2214 Third street early vaster Sunday morning Tune de eased was eightythree years olf nge uml hind spent u great portion olf her life in Portland Her funeral I took place from the Church of Our lady in Portland Monday afternoon Irs Doutcli was highly esteemed fol her charities and lien Christian Ife Robert Wilson thirty years old ind very popular in the eastern par of the city died ns the result of iIt implication of diseases Must Friday norning Mr Wilson had no funnily but his remains reposed at Barretts haptll 838 Engirt Main street until he hour for the funeral which took dace from St Michaels church Sun lay afternoon The deceased was In the employ of John J flurry 134 Cast Market street and hind n host of friends who mourn his untimely aking off- Michael Collins at one time a well1 nown character in Louisville at the home of his granddaughter hIs only surviving relative at 2210 rest Miim street late Saturday Ight Time deceased was ninetyfive ears old and a native of the County imerick Ireland He was a veteran of time Mexican war and though hal traveled o great deal spent tin reater part of his life in Louisville For several years he conducted a rocery ut Fifteenth and Madison treets and subsequently was a nurse in time City Hospital for twenty ears His death was due to cardiac sthma Ills funeral took place from St Cecilias church of which ho was devout member on Monday mornI lng The Merry Widow hat threatens o revolutionize the construction of treet cars and doorways J a INCORPORATED MARY GarmentsI a+ SURPLUS 1000000II t FRANKLIN BANKI 240 Fifth Street I I I WE PAY 4 PER CENT I I i1 Interest On Savings Deposits I We make a specialty of small loans appealing to the great SJ + majority of the public that has overlooked Q 39 Accountsof individuals and the business firms and corporations solicited + DIRECTORS+ WILLIAM A MILTON LOREN B WILLIAMSON + CHAS B NORTON + M W BURD + HYWEL DAVIES OPPOSITE ANDERSON THEATER been THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or nlglit Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMEK Washing and Dressing Ladies an Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Ph- oneFLOWER5 FOR CONFIRMATION Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer J FLORIST o MASONIC TEMPLE 41h and Chestnut BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town order I t I 1 KNIGHTS FIliULllWS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where IIlho Kentucky State Council ill meet in Louisville May 12 Louisville Council has made elnl orate plans for furnishing its new and handsome club house The Texas State Council will tree at Houston on May 1214 Delegate are expected to arrive Sunday Ma 10 as on that day the largest cias ever initiated in Texab will be given the secret work Many inrominent personages stem among the patrons and patronessi ofIlillC charity bun given by th Knights of on Monday niglnt TIle list wns headed by Car dinal Gibbons This plan to ossls Washington Catholic charities lint found great favor A special train over the L and Jf will carry 100 or more Loulsvlll Knights to Bowling Green tomorrow morning where u new council is ti be instituted Delegations will also go from Nashville and Morganfield but Louisville Councils teams will 1confer each of the three degrees 11Tl10 Columbia Athletic Club a semi base ball team composed of former collegians and minor league players and the best that can be secured from the ranks of tin Knights of Columbus in New YorJ City will make a two weeks tripe through New York State beginning Saturday August 1 They expect to play one or more games in each of the leading cities of the Empire State LARGE CLASS TO RECEIVE The Rev Father Thomas A York pastor of St Pauls church Jackson and Kentucky streets will give iclass of slxty three children their first holy communion tomorrow morning There are thirtyseven boys and twentysix girls in the class The ceremonies will be unusually elaborate OFFICERS s JOHN S WOODS Presdent LOREN B WILLIAMSON Vice Pfcsdcti DR J C WILLIS Vice President R C HEAD Cashier 0 T TRENT Assistant Cashier They Left OSTRICH smaller Independent Washington IDIRIZCTORSl DR EDWIN 3 J SPECIAL H g Choice of AH I 250 and 300 and Stiff Hats I 189S That doesnt mean choice just a few Hats It means choice V any Hat in entire stock including famous Ashford and X- o No Name Hats 250 and 300 goods for 189 Weve simplyY got to make room for straw goods 1 SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW I I M S MOSES CO 534 ARTHUR KINSELLA OX s I fl i AND S3 TO us a call and line goods finest their kind the city I AND IOF EVERY W1p 1p 6Xe WILL BE I FOR THIC PI 11IIIJM r1CJCJ Tei NOOON OOOO- Oa LA I Bottled In Bond i j i + i INCORPORATED T Mall orders above prices given prompt and safe L 0 4 0 TTTTT Cretonne the most adaptable of fabrics trims haul covers a1II and is irttroducedin parasols c d i We Your Looking As FEATHERS GLOVES I I professional P M OREILLY tfWJ C WILLIS +PERRY JOHN S WOODS W W THUMC ppla I FOR ONE WEEK Our Soft of of 5 our our g g ISCOnIORATHDII J MANAGER TUB Gilds Roijers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS ROSARIES + SUIT EVERY TASTE iGive inspect of our in of he YrXy BOOKS MAGAZINES RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + DESCRIPTION 434 Jefferson Street+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Your Dinner DELICIOUS IF JMADE WITH ArCH 11OONOONOON Smiths Crony iSMITU DISTILLING at Z attention shIpmentf 000OONONN Keep ETCII CAPITAL 10000000 heretofore Bread Being the Distiller I Can Give You Pure Whiskey at Low Prices i 4Year Old at 225 per gallon 6 250u n 44 44 44 8 300u 10 44 4t a 400u4t 44 +14u 500u W L SMITH + 327 W Market St Louisville Ky If good not as represented return and money will be refunded f 0 0 ON The stout woman should beware of the bordered silks unless Mie ar ranges the decoration lengthwise t Ii rr r vfrwr R gENTUOKY rRrS AMERION W ifai 1 1IB et BE SURE TO CALL FOR v McKENNA j I WHISKYI- T IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I = = = Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 NNNNNNNNNNN NNN E TRACY L H STRAUB IIJ BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB I i FUNERAL DIRECTORSYIIII- i AND EMBALMERS t- ii i Cerrlgu short Furnlahcd x nee on 1531 W MARKET STREET 1 N+m + NNNNNtNNNNNNN- t H tttt t ttttD J DOUGHERTY S J McELUOTT 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 IIJ HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 e J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS s AND EMBALMERS SOS East Main Street THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 1Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET +T Independent of All Undertakers A KATie AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phone CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention ant satisfaction guaranteed HENRY HUNOL DEAISR IN Staple and Fancy Grocerie A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnae 4330 540 W WALNUT 0 HERRMANN BRO IHPOJtt1tfUl FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wbolecale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELS01 BOTTLED IN BOND TricptoM IMS 234 Slew Strsel If r I I FLOWERS FOR Easter and Confirmation Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer ot FLORISTJIMASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut DOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders You can stand pat on quality and rest as- suredI that you are Retting your moneys worth when youuseourDlanloadWallPlasler It is- notaffected byzero weather II kept from freezing- two hours i CoiINCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 I Brook and River Louisville Kyy Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeflersonville Ind Phone 655 All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found hers at reasonable prices In the new evening coats there isI a colors distinct tendency io match gown G Uc DISBANDS Satolli Council Y M I Decides to Wind Up Its Affairs At the meeting of Sato 11 Council No 103 Y M L held at the council rooms last Saturday night alter arranging to grant transfer cards to those members desiring to continue in the Y M I organization the existence of Satolli Council was lennii octal by the members deciding to surrender the charter and disband a committee being appointed to settle up the hiffalrs of the corporation This decision brought to a closd tht career of the most unique council iIn the organization as well as one of the best known Catholic clubs in th city Few societies have had the varying fortunes of Satolil and con tinned to exist but despite its ups mill downs the influence that it cx crtcd In the conduct of Y M I of fairs was always felt for It was exerted for the general welfare of nil as against the advancement of individual interests Only once dil the council attain such n nientbershii as 1o entitle it to two delegates iin the convention of the order but being composed largely of profession men whose only aim was the im provcment mentally morally and ill tellcetually of Catholic youth the opinion of Satolli Council on 1111 matters of importance was listener to with respect The formal organization of the council occurred at Bertram Hall OT April 10 1803 mid among the charter members were some of the member who voted on last Saturday night to terminate its existence Fully one half ofIthe present membcrshi joined the council within the first year utter Its existence and continue to take an active part in its affair until the end For the last six pm seven years Satolli Council has bet practically a social club and with th steady growth of the local K of C council a corresponding decrease it Satollis membership wets felt th council at one tune losing fifty stem hers ito the latter organization Satollis Route on Second street where it continued front 1805 until 1004 was when opened one of Ithe best equipped club houses in tin South All of Its property however Wisdisposcd of at private sale sonic time ngtV In view of iti Knights of Columbu purchasing spielhlhJ home at Fourth iind York tthe old g11e1rdof Sat oil decided that It would be Swpt to wini up its affairs thus elinninlIiTgcam petition for members lbetweeirh two organizations A number of tit members of Satolli are already Knights of Columbus and the remain ing members will doubtless join that organization in the near future SUIUISKI TilE VOPK Robert AVatchorn Commissioner of mmlgration at New York City wa received by the Pope in private and once last Saturday The holy Father was very gracious to his American visitor Commissionc iVatchorn informed him that during 1900 no less than 700000 Catholic im migrants entered the port of New York and that of this number 100000 were Italians Pope Pius X vns very much surprised at these figures ItKTlllXS FROM FUXEKAI Mrs John Mullancy has returned front Chattanooga Tenn where sill went to attend the funeral of her sisterInlaw Mrs B II Tally Four children survive Mrs Tally they lire John II Talty and Mrs J M Rimes both of Nashville and Mrs T S Isborne and Mrs Smith of Chattanooga Mrs Valtyfe death was n surprise to her friends and relatives 51 Louisville ATlClimSIIOIS BLESSED Ills Holiness Pope Pius X has sent congratulator messages to Archbishop Parley of New York and Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia 01- 1Ule hundredth anniversary of the rectlon of their sees These two rchdioceses anti that of Boston nod tlie Sec of Louisville were establlshel April 8 1908 Tho Holy Father expresses his satisfaction at the prog ress made toy the church in America MUSICALE AND SMOKER Branch 25 C K of A will give a noker and musical entertainment tll- its members at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut streets Easter Monday might It is expected that members of the Central Committee of the Uni orm Rank and of the other branches will put in their appearance ail njoy the evening POST LENTEN EUCHRE The Ladles Auxiliaryof the indent Order of Hibernians are pre paring io give a euchre and dance at Robinson Hall Seventeenth and Mali streets on time evening of Wednesday lay 0 The ladies who compose the committee are Misses Fannie Ken tedy Emma Fisher and Julia OBrien CRUCIFIX FOUND A resident of this city has written Lime Kentucky Irish American that xhilo walking in Cherokee Park nut long ago lie found a silver and ebony crucifix The owner pan recover It- by calling at 1517 Everett avenue in the Highlands ENTERPRISE OF DELMONT The Delmont Club has engaged the Island Queen the finest boat that loots the Ohio river for moonlight excursions on the evenings of May 14 and 21 The Delmont Club always Iha a greater crowd on its excursions than any other Louisville society or club WASHING SHEER FABRICS For all sheer fabrics such as or- gandies dimities and chiffons which should not be starched put about lirce tablespoonfuls of sugar into the rInsing water cud it will impart the snme crisp freshness as when new This also will apply to all kinds or railing no matter how fine ST MARTINS BRANCH St Martins congregation will witness an edlflydnng sight when Branch i C K o uh 1iengEirit thWt to luidon in honor of its twentydifth nnlvorsary The exact date for the elebratHon has not been arranged r C 1 Dress up on EasterSunday Sundayin New Clothes From LEVYSTHIRD 7VtACAULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee NURSE MARJORIE WHERE THE CROWDS G- OIOCHOPKINSIO Largest Moving Picture Theatre in the World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE From 1230 to 1030 P M Dally o- PINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONG jjjipuge of Program Sunday and Thursady AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOW NO OF Carpets and Best qualities and low pric characterize our offerings We are pioneer dealers in WTALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price lubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET Yr iiFOR I Furniture Of nil kinds at the lowest prices Qo to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET oot tome Phone 5687 Cumb Main 484y HENRYfUGHS FLORISTn Funeral Designs and Flowers for all occasions REENHOUSES Charles and Texas Sts STORE Hopkins Theatre Building INVITATION TO PIllEST Mayor Hibbard of Boston has In ited time Rev Father George J latterSon rector of the Boston athcdral and Vicar General of the irchdiocese to offer prayer at the sercises to be held in IVvneuil Hat on July 4 EASTER COMMUNION The members of St Edwards Com indery Knights of St John New Albany will receive holy COmmunion in a body at St Marys church in thatt- city tomorrow morning Their new nnd handsome uniforms wIll be worn tor time first time BUSY PRIEST RESTS Rev Father P J Boland of st- Paul Minn Is at West Baden for- Tcst and recuperation this weet lather Boland is chancellor of the and of 1500000 that has been wised to build St Pauls new itWedral formiracles iver wrought miracles to dnvinc hetem because His ordbiary works- oonvmee st a C I IVEDDlNGi BELLS Popular Young People tc Join Heart and Hand IIJlilGeorgeIn the holy bands of matrimony 11t ocloclWednesdaylice Father Jerome 1relsser O 111 C I officiating and assisted by theI Jlov Fathers Leo Grculich and Pni brollK1fnstfdrciit after which Mr nail Mrs EvcHlige will go to Chicago and tit Northwest on a bridal tour Mite lrideclcct is time charmln and gracious daughter of George 1 Huber the retired brewer and sn RaphaclOEveslageIs n member of the plumbing firm of TosepEveslageLouisville Sprinkling Company Hot the young people have the betwishes of many friends for then future happiness IlllSIL OF COURSE Oldest Man in Service of Weather Bureau Still at Post Dennis Horignii who is conncctc with the United States Naval Obser votary is perhaps time oldest weathc mail in the United States Ile ha been keeping tab on the weather lot fiftytwo years Long before the Weather Bureau was established Mi Horigan was making observations nt everythreethe ibaroinetrjc pressure the natur of the clouds and the direction of the wind Appointed under the tidrnini Iho1tion of President Buchanan iiu 1857 he has been in the service ever since olIo is now an old man yet in fait health considering his long service and the filet that it included night work He came from the old country in the 50s and settled in George town then the most important part of the District of Columbia He was at the old observatory In 1801 when Capt M F Manry lleft to join the South in the civil war He has served iwith ninny naval officers and selen tilts among them Commnndci Maury Capt Gillls Admirals Davia Sands Rodgers Kowan Shufeld Franklin Belknap Pythian McNair C H Davis and Chester and Profs Hall Xewcomb llarkness Ivastman Prisby mInd Skinner OFFICERS CHOSEN The Holy Trinity Total Abstinenci ocicty of New Albany has chosei kefollowing officers for time ensuing aur President Patrick Kennedy sident Peter Fougcrroustr 8ecrctary John JLcBarron t4eiretwry Joln Parsons Mfnrs4 Gleaspn Trustees Michaelamid John McDer nroltt 0 Y 3 the society will hold ii taus exercises at Iron Trinn3 jj3a the mcm hers will bo reo UNITY IEMDIlR6 L Unity Council V MI T- bany has organized a debut and next Taes811y night the 111 swill debate the proposition z solved That the younger member are better fitted to manage the affairs of the institute than their skiers On the following evening April 22 the council will give a dance tit Maenncrchor Hall Spring and Fourth streets FORTY nouns ADORATION One week from tomorrow the Forty Hours Adoration will begin nit St Leos church Highland Purl and will continue until Tuesday The ladies of the congregation are busily engaged in plans for time appropriate adorn ment of Ithe church for the three days services lice Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos will be assisted by several local priests MAKES FAST FRIENDS E W Dustin manager of the Hop kina Theater motion picture show lies proven to be one of the most popular as well as one of the mot capable amusement procurators that ever sojourned in Louisville Manage Dustin is making now friends every day and he makes the kind that stick SAFE FROM FIRE Tho trustees of St Marys Academ at East Eight and Elm streets Nov Albany have equipped time building with new fiie escapes Other improvements have also been made in the building and the danger of damage to property or life by fire has been reduced to a minimum EXCURSION PLANNED Time Central Committee C K of A Is now making arrangements for an excursion to Jasper Ind during the coming summer Several years ago time Catholic Knights took to Jasper the largest excursion that ever left Louisville GETTING BUSY Trinity Council Y M I will unto an initiation next Monday nIght and President Kelly requests the attendance of all tthe members Its Enter tainment Committee has also made rrangements for three dances on the nights of April 29 May 14 and May 28 NUNS GOLDEN JUBILEE The fiftieth anniversary of the religIous profession of Mother Isabel Of the Ursuline Convent Golveston will occur on April 29 The celebration in honor of the event will no attended by the Alumnae Association many of whose members are former pupils of the venerable nun DANDRUFF REMEDY There is no simpler nor better remedy for dandruff than o mat of camphor and thorax an ounce of each put into ono and onehalf pints of cold water afterward rub a little pure oil into the scalp t I FRANK FIIRCO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Curab Phone fiats 1913 Home Phone 1913 t THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor tIIII Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky UFHNK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY AST FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY OHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATEDrzY BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BciQI bNA ES 891 LOUISVILLE KY = T EAJR LILIES Oar s rY tory as- usualt yillco r est stock of Bioom Blooms irf the citynDotrt our grand Easter Displaywx 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 Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply o MOTHER MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville lad OFPICB HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 54U FIFTH HTItFFT Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 TflQUKEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra I charges Patent medicines at cut prices See our complete line of post cards i Household cleaning preparations at pricesI cuII I AND OA- ILLLk Office hours thorns Phone 9 to 4 6127 4- y1r J w- SULLiVAN TIST- Y VENUE Ulve your boys ethatwllspare ST XAVIERT S LLEGES 1 12 WBroadweYe Ky Conducted by tbeXaver Claulcal arfentlCc and Butlneu O story panment Large S wlmmln Dpped ymn i1ura Term Moileras Dir ANDRIJbN3 q f WJGONG N MANUFACTURER8 Carriage Repairing and Huffier Tlresi 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJII Ji PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Appinl WORK GUARANTEED phon a4Is 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch 93OtpK4U JV O11J3JBT WJT u w it i KNTUOKY YiTSIi AMFiRY0AN W F THE BIG STORE CORRECT EASTER FASHIONS In Suits for Men and Young Men are styles that appeal to everybody 750 1000 1200 1500 2000 2500 EASTER HATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN 98c 148198 248 300 liTHE BIG STORE 424 Fo StlBelween I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverwaie etc This is the aopportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts I BRTJNN THE JEWELER 530 West Harket Street I Hnn COFFEEAs a rule theres all the difference In the world in Its quality Not so with Mulloys except that its different from all others Its own delicious flavor never varies Fresh aa4juredellvered to your door Phone a trial order SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcellent MU rjTjQyCOSBBR n iHtaiPbonijaj 014 W MAFetCKT TreB5BTi Qf7lCi r UNION ICE CREAM CO II1X1t1 l1ott1rer of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our Own Cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Curab Main 1429y THE LOUISVILLE CompanytOFFERS ONLY THE BEST SERVICE AND A- TPOPULAR k RATEg a ITS MERITS BEYOND QUESTION r+ON 0 NN0101 10111110001 100 +001 110NN- LL y RAPERING AalQiFRESCOIN- GPP OLTY 519 FOURTH AVENUE MINN 1H IINIINOIOOONONOINOOOOONIONIW 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 anti on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MOP B Y TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room IIIf Law BJgij Center and Greens Q M J BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Peas 41 Mgr Vie Pros 41 Treas Sacrt- aryVitriftodKentucky Brisk CD LiCORPORA- 1EDlc2aXIuil101t1ror oY I VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STP ITS AND ROADWAYS i509512 We Jefferson St Works Maglialla Aye Bet 9th anl10th TELEPHONE 1573 TELEPHONE 1282 I o n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 wilt hold its next regular meeting Tuesday night I The Maryland State Board has se lected Ocean City for the next convention The Baltimore Hibernian Rifles havo secured handsome new uniforms of blue and olive green The thirty divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary In Chicago show a net gain of 400 members for the past year Philadelphia will send its County President and Vice Ilrexhlent and fourteen delegates to the Indianapolis convention Indianapolis reports everything In the way of arrangements for the nn tional convention progressing most satisfactorilyFive West Side divisions of New York City are considering the purchase of u building and hall for their own use Only time merest routine and ails lutely necessary luslnca was transacted toy Division because last night was Good Friday Front what happened at the nice ing of Division 3 Thursday night It would seem that the Marching Club would be a great success Time five divisions of Hartford Conn are already at work making arrangements for the State parade at New Haven next August Division 4s Kiiltertnlnincnt Commit tee has arranged to hold a rehearsal of the performers eiuraged for tho approaching vaudeville soiree Tho initiation of ten members at Des Moines has aroused enthusiasm and a prize has been offered tho one securing the most candidates Division 4 of Syracuse has ar ranged for an exemplification of the new initiatory ceremonies Just Issued front the national headquarters The Ancient Order will load the parade in Now York City in the centenary celebration in connection with St Patricks Cathedral on May 2 The gold watch membership con test of Division 16 of McKeesport Pa will close at the next meeting Quite a number are hustling after the prize Arrangements have been made at Indianapolis for another big Initiation which will be attended by the State officers and delegates from nearby places The several divisions and auxiliar ies of New Haven Conn have opened headquarters where Information will be given regarding the State parade there in August The Ladies Auxiliary in Nebraska has made much progress this year The division recently organized at Columbus promises to be soon one oft the strongest In the State titnte President Dorsc will lie sfineconvention meets the grder woing In a more nor11 Jttothan over before liII Divisions tltatyalterationsadditions ta4 nationaltawJunj It organ 4q fttj rwlll be the great feat aUonal convention Crack i ompanles and emblematic IrJIrish art Industry patriot e will be sights long to be- JSmembered Two hundred State officers and 500 County Presidents and delegates are expected to attend the national convention In the Ladies Auxiliary there are almost as many State offi cers with 300 County Presidents and delegatesMiss C Malls National Pres- Ident of the Ladles Auxiliary speaks gratefully of the growth of the order In the West She says the nuxlliaiy is advancing with similar rapidity In the Eastern States notably Penury vanla New York and Massachusetts XIXAWKIl 1AIIK JJlnawcb Park one of Louisvilles most popular pleasure resorts has been reopened for the season and Iiu managers are ready to make engage meats for church and society picnics It has been Improved and beautified Juts every modern attraction includ- Ing restaurant theater dancing pavilion rollercoaster merrygo round laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies surd churches will find Xinnweb Part especially adapted for outii g pill poses The park is electrically Illuminated mId in every way adapted for summer gatherings Last year the Hibernians lucid their annual field day at Nlnawcb Park and lnil an unprecedented cll crowd Those dil wiring terms nnd dates can address II J Summers 1303 First street OUT FOR HIMSELF Joan M Ridge has opened a plumb ing establishment at 1140 Ovcrhill street and is prepared ItO do nil kinds of plumbing steam anti gas fitting and expects to pay particular atten tion to job work He was nn expert Company oUgflily equipped for the business he has embarked upon Mr Kldge is u son of Major Patrick Ridge former Night Chief of Police ami expects ito be as popular as Ails father TIt present quarters are only temporary ince Mr Kidgtt expects to occupy a more commodious building in the near future SOUNDS ENCOURAGING The real estnfeand lire Insurance firm of OReilly Snyder in the Todd building report that business In their line has picked up wonderfully since spring opened and soy 1hnt they have written an unprecedented num her of fire Insurance policies Two store popular gentlemen than P M OReilly and Goff Snyder will be hard to find REMINISCENT THie advent of Gov Johnson to Louisville this week caused Bernard T Campbell President of the Ken tucky Wall Plaster Company to be come reminiscent Mr Campbell went tp Minnesota in May 1857 and 1 lo cated at St Peters in that State lie also voted for ithe admission of u o I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Kcennn Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Trcas FinneganfDIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets- 1resideutrPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackcy Financial Secretary J G Ileaslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Tliomas Noon ScrgoontIJtAnnlJPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand President John II Ilenneasy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurer BradySentinel SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Robards SentinelTimothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorscy Jr- SergcantatArmsDernard Coyle Y Ad I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel Robertson EWalshSecrjtyTllomnsBachmanBachmanFinancial 0AdamsWeberyall Duddy pr i1 FIRST CLASS I Job Printing ON SHORT NOTICE t I i Bill Heads j Note Heads j Letter Heads Business Cards 1 I gInvitations Etc v 1 i WfEDD1NGG INVITATIONS A SPECIALTY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Home Phone 946 335 W Green S- tPARI yySGf PHOENIX HILL Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts Septeinher turned to Louisville in October iSiO Mr Campbell is full of rcminisences concerning the early political cam puigiiH in Minnesota anti talks interestingly of the time when Gen James stumpedtheAMUSEMENTS The nmimgeiiKMit of the Masonic Theater bus announced Sapho a drommtizatiou of one of Dnudets novels for its attraction next week Hopkins lhcnterrromlscs something new In the motion picture line During Lent the theater has been well patronized and no doubt will play to crowded houses for the remainder of the season For tine first three nights of next week the charming young actress Eleanor Robson t will appear at Mucnulevs in tlie big comedy success Nurse Jlarjoriei This will prove a splendid attraction for the first week after Lent BUSY MACOAUEES Kentucky ITlve of the Ladies of tho Maccabees liave made ample ar ranifremonits to entertain n large crowd at their euchre and dance at Trinity Hall 718 East Gray street nest Tuesday afternoon and evening 9 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The next Balliiia fair will be held Friday May 1 rAw CrosBinolina races will begin next Sdtunlay North IMJayo Harriers held their polnttopoint races this week American turkey eggs are being CountyMayoWhen Cardinal Logue paid his tricnhlal visit to Middlotown he ad ministered confirmation to 123 chil dren The sale of ithe Logan mils estate slowlyduetenants Local government elections arc ap preaching and according to our Irish exchanges there will be no lack of candidates Thirteen young men have qualified ns assistant surveyors before the WestportCounty A movement is on foot to have the British Government establish a new Mtlmllng station on the western coast of Ireland Owing to the large expense al tached the Ballybay Commissioners procurflrcJames Doyle a farmer of Doohasan who has been acting strange of late and tried to hang himself has been committed to the Monaghan asylum The Oastleblaney Rural Council will expend 150000 In the building of laborers cottages having just appointed the architect and engineer Philip Connolly of Rcabane has obtained another record price for flnxSs Id per stone The flax was scutched in Thomas Dlgnaus mills at Crievc Thomas ComLskey of Ballleboro who was critically ill of influenza and for whom grave fears were felt is now much improved and on the roud to recovery Traders and farmers residing in Mlddletown and vicinity will endeav to have the Tynan and New srfIght IlaitVvny Company to intend its line to their town r John Conniolj sof Dcrryfadd is dead at di40 age of 114 years nnl John R jlfy of Tavanagh Is dead in hif luSthi year Both were members Si Crossboyne parish It is currently rumored that Dalgan Castle and demesne including the village of Shrule are about to be sold roil Ardilouan is said to be the prospective purchaser- A movement is on foot to have A pilgrimage to Rome on the occasion of the lopes jubilee According to reparatory arrangements the Iristi pilgrims will leave Dublin about the middle of October- Compensation amounting to 4500 has been awarded by Lord Justice OMJrlen at the Limerick Assizes to Christopher Bentley a farmer for a quantity of hay and a hay barn burned near Sixinllebridge It was stated the occurrence arose out of an eviction in the neighborhood The weather time first part of th month in parts of the country was wet and cold with strong wind at times and most unfavorable for sowing If it does not improve soon the spring cropping will run late Flowing Is completed and farmers are just on the watch for good weather to sow their oats and other crops Michael Burke n farmer jt Ivilmaley County Clare is reporter to have been fired at within a short distance of Ennis two revolver shots being discharged neither of which hit him A young man of the laboring class named Michael Quinn has been remanded in connection with tlw affair The shooting is stated to liav arisen over a farm Michael Milmoe Mayor of Sligo died at his residence after an illness of two or three weeks De ceased had been si member of Sligo Corporation for over a quarter of a century and was offered the Mayor alty on several occasions but only accepted it this year die was one of Sllgos most successful merchants and was popular with alt creeds and classes in the town over which his death has cast a gloom- TIt1NITY COUNCIL Vice President Andrew Kieffcr pre sided over Trinity Council Monday night In time absence of President James B Kelly who was attending to the funeral arrangements of his mother The Trinity Aid Society re ported that subscriptions for stock wore coming du liandsomely Dr P G Beutel for ithe Euchre and Danin Committee reported that every de tall hind been attended to for the uiichre and dance on Thursday April 2 and solid that the indications augured n large crowd Thomas Garvey one of Trinitys pioneer members tshmo gins been sojourning in Hopkinsville for the past two years made his appearance and regaled time council vAtn stories of Western Kentucky and night riders ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE The Delmont Club is always up to something new and novel William MeJiler the President of the club Albert S Rau Chairman of the Enter tainment Committee mind Secretary Lob Kaufman have sent out unique tickets for an excursion to New York and Salt River via time Delmont Rail road Company April 23 The invita tions are gotten up In regular rail road ticket style anti have a laugh in each paragraph In snort the Del mont Club is to have a progressive euchre next Thursday night Elegant prizes are to be awarded to time SUP cfcsaful contestants and all the enter tainment afforded will be absolutely without charge GOES IT ALONE William J Martin one of time best known young Democrats in Louisville lmna embarked ire the real estate bush ness for himself nt 411 West Jefferson street Mr Martin spent four years as a deputy in tho County Assessors office and Is thoroughly familiar with realty values in Louis ville and Jefferson county Ills ex pcrlence in that line comes very han y just now Those who know him and he has thousands of riendi have the highest regard for his integrity and perspicuity In business matters r a me das fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO SUIT EVERY TASTE jn Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the cityI ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I 434 w Jefferson Street j Ie nil your Home K JUG EVEN TO OVERFLOWING Think of all the good influences on the younger members of the family the musical education they are receiving the happy joy ous times it entertaining for any 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OUR PIPES WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR DETAILS KENTUCKY HEATING COMPANY GAS COKE AND COAL TAR FOR SALE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager I43IAADQLTARTZC1 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cut of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard iin the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY F+ +N s s t ++ I I I I I II +FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES 0 ALKOLJE3345 West Green Street LIQUORSJJ CIGARS tl0 II Ht I a+ 4k j+M = 0 J