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I pt KENTuCKY IRISH AMERICAN f VOLUME X JINOtR LOUISVILLE SATURDAYJFEBRUARY 20 1909 PRICE N1VE CENTS1 1 BRUTALITY Ot Police Officer Reprehensible In Eyes of the Grand Jury Lieut Foster Assaults Peaceable and Popular Man at Ills Door Record lie Made in the Army Was Not at All to Ills Credit DATE IS SET FOR HIS TRIAL I i Robert J Foster officially Lieu tenant of the Louisville police force actually acting Captain of the Fourth polite district senttincntully the heroic Napoleon who met hIs Water e lfannignnthethe hounding bayous Tiny Tim of Judge J Wheeler McGee the etcetera ad Infinitum of American army life and Republican politics lens been indicted by the grand juryof I the Tefferson Circuit Court on the j charge of assault and battery Tho Indictment was returned Monday morning and Foster must answer to the charge of assault and battery on I March 10 Every one of the twelve good men and true Republicans astt well as Democrats acquiesced In I drawinga true bill against him The chief witness against Foster Is Henry Lepplng one of the proprietors I of a saloon at the northwest corner of Center and Green streets lanlll l being assaulted he was dragged to the Louisville Police Court and ar raigned on the charge of disorderly conduct The court must have not ticed Mil dazed condition and to givot him time to fully recuperate con tinned the case to February 24 Prior to his appearancei before time grandt jury last Monday morning Mr jt Lepping told his side of the case tnI a representative of the Kentucky Irish American and other witnesses have corroborated his statement which Is substantially as follows Mr Lcpping was standing at the entrance of the vestibule in front of Ills place of business last Saturday morning He was smoking calmly and without any idea of enemies to say riothlilg of assault A copy of larchYIf011t11CkyJrighulmGrtegnprotruded tines from another Foster suddenly appeared on the horizon and swooped down on the unsuspecting Lepplng Foster it is alleged ImlllII I understand you have been saying T was dishonorably discharged from the United States army to which Mr Lepping replied I have said nothing about you All I know Iis what I have read In the Kentucky Irish American Foster applied an epithet that 1iIII not only not used In polite society but that has caused many a murder and at the same time ho drew a blackjack club or revolver from his I pocket bud struck Mr Lcpping on j the side of the head felling him to time ground Lepping lay bleeding j and unconscious iNevllie White who witnessed the I assault Rprang to the aid of the Injured j man and was in the act of j raising him to his feet when Foster ordered him to stand aside and with j vile profanity threatened to arrest I him for daring to pity tho unfortunate I victim of his uncalled for brutality Time Louisville Tavcrt grabbed the dazed Lepping and yanked him to the j Police Court where the poor victim was arraigned on the charge of disorderly conduct Time court saw that the victim of the officers brutality was dazed and suffering and con tinned his case until February 24 i Saturday and Sunday Mr Lepptng suffered extreme agony as the result of the assault He has not fully re covered yet but was able to go be fore the grand jury Monday and state his Bide of the assault asJt to given above After hearing the testimony of Mr Lepplng and others the grand jury promptly returned a true bill charging Foster with assault and battery The next day Foster was arraigned and released on bond The Board of Public Safety has made no attempt to relieve Foster from duty as an officer of police pemlinjzJjiairnJirfcUvard Jl jaivwwifrS member of the board in response 1o queries made by the representative of a dally paper said on Monday night Foster has not been summoned before the board and will not be called upon to offer any explanation unless charges are preferred against him and no charges have as yet been made Foster Is the kind of man to have Will Foster deny that he is the man named In the following prison record RPacific Branch United States Military Prison Alcatraz Islands Cal April 15 1008 Robert J Foster formerly Private Company C Sixth Infantry was sentenced to bo dishonorably discharged the service and to be i confined at hard labor for the period Wasofreceived for confinement at this prison from the Philippine Islands oil January 21 1002 Released from con finement on May 14 1002 per letter from thet Adjutant Generals office dated May 6 1002 This was signed by the First Lieutenant Fourteenth Calvary oftl- ttcer 1 In charge of prisoners fSPlHNDIp BUOYING The first annual report of the Sliperfntenpent of tIle parochin 1I schools of the Cincinnati diocese for x i the past year presents a splendid showing There ar 110 parochial schools in the diocese attended by nearly 8OOO children In the city of Cincinnati fortyone schools are tak ing care of 15000 pupils while sixty nine schools outside the city ago pro viding or 12277 children The num her of teachers engaged In educating time young Is 578 This number does not Include the special teachers in drawing penmanship and music FRATERNAL ORDERS Why Catholics Should In sure in Their Own Societies The preservation of the lionn ought to be the fundamental objcc of society and Catholics above ul others ought to have that object ii view at all times You know no when you may be called from thi earthly sphere and It Is your dut to provide for those dependent upoi you The safest way to provide fo such an emergency is to insure 1b- one or more of the Catholic fratcrna societies On this same subject th Catholic Citizen of Milwaukee says During the past year thousands o dollars have been paid out by Cath olio fraternal orders to the widows o deceased members In many in stances such insurance money re celved at a time when its need wa greatest has saved a home from disruption The bereaved mother ha been enabled to retain her children from the charity of the orphan asy lum or the State The fraterna order too saves the Catholic publi from the burden of not a few orphans who would otherwise claim tin shelter of the Catholic asylums Ii this way It Is not only doing a grea private good but also a great public goodNo man who pays his dues int the fraternal order misses time money His insurance dues are in no In stance so heavy as to prevent hi an account in the saving bangor building for himself a mod cst home The feelings of fraternlh engendered and the social life of thi order alone are worth the insurane collected by any Catholic fra ternlty from the individual member For these reasons nil our Catholl fraternities deserve a good word They deserve cordial recognition bi the clergy and the Catholic pros They deserve Increase of member ship It is to be hoped that timer wl reach out for new members and the their numbers will swell Undoubi edly they bring a knowledge of th benefits of Insurance to thousand of people who otherwise would rev think of taking a policy In an ol line insurance company Timer edi cote in providence anti economy AJI everywhere they cultivate a Cathol cowtiit 1lrlt FIRST CLASS Is the Show Put on by Me of St AugustinesParish The negro minstrel show for t benefit of St Augustines church Wednesday and Thursday nights Vt such n pronounced success and celved so many encomiums that pformanceoclock The parochial school hi pformnnccssmall to accommodate the patrons the first two nights The fume these real nlgro minstrels spre rapidly over the city and it Is clout ful if any unit in Louisville won accommodate the crowd on any o night Under the circumstances t only timing to do is to repeat the pc formance tomorrow night T tickets previously sold will be go for this performance There were more white people th colored on Wednesday and Thursd evenings and everyone got t worth of his money The come work and the music both vocal a instrumental were excellent Eve one of the performers was an arl in his line but it took an artU sjtudcnt of human nature like Rev Father Francis Felton to semble the several characters int homogenous whole Ho has acc plashed wonders with the colored 1 pie and those who witnessed the I formances Wednesday and Thurs are convinced that Father Feltei in a fair way to solve the nc problem LADIES APPROVE Auxiliary Santtons All tl Plans for St Patricks Day Tho Ladles Auxiliary of tho A O II met Wednesday night with Miss Roso Sweeney the President presid ing The various committees made excellent reports which were ap proved Several new members wore obligated and all were enthused by time interesting address delivered by Mss Rose Sweeney Several of the ladles who attended the Hibernian committee meeting Friday night told bout the arrange ments for the religious and social Theirremarksall expressed a willingness to assist at the religious celebration on Marco 15 and at the banquet on time evening of March 17II HACK FROM MEXICO Col M T Wlnn tins returned from the city of Mexico whither he went on business in connection with his racing anwoclatton He is en thuslastic over tile prospects for first class horse racing in iMexlcb Rail is delighted withrthe climate oo o rCriticisms are certainly being heaped upon the Louisville Baseball Club management for failure to se cure Jimmy Burke to lead the Colonels again and all for tho few paltry dollars which Burke would have made for them in ono afternoon R E Dundon of the Louisville Her ald has aptly expressed tho nearly unanimous opinion of the baseball public here when he asks Why drop a successful manager for an unknown quantity Anyway the selection of Burke as loader would have been a popular move and the patrons are the ones to bo consid ered as they furnish the wherewithal to pay the salariesi- 4ECINGTON MANS DEATH Smith ORricn a natlvftfpt Lexing populaT2IrlllhAmericans region died in Washington D C on Sunday Tho deceased Was an expert linotype operator and for several years was employed in the nations l J capital city He was d1 brother of James Jl OBrien Prlvajte Secretary to Mayor Strain TheTemains wera Brought to Lexington Tuesday amt the funeral took place from St Pauls hutch Wednesday morning I GOOD FRUIT esulted From Recent Trl duum at St Louis Bert rands Church That the fruit of the Triduum reached last mouth tofltlie men of t Louis Bertrands paljfcli is to besting was conclusively evidenced f soctenonSundaorning omency of the weather when the oinents seemed to bare onspired to it their fidelity and gybd rcsolu inS to the test the members turned it in such numbers as tqalinost fill e pews of the middle aisle It was rtalnly an inspiring sightI to see is large number of merPpresentlng icmselves at the altar rail to re jive their Divine Lpnl In time ternoon a largely attem ed meeting IS held and time folloxvjpg officers yearSpirihmal E Flood O 1 President Adam Sehmillt Vice President Stepjieif McKlliot iviigocrSeerotry Marshal John Schad It is the hope of the Spiritual Di jetor other Flood tit the re partIatlier Flood officiated ut the 0 clock JIIUXM when It3IUIV Name society members npllj ojnched holy omimmion He also prenfched at the ate mass and urgejl milli he men of the congregation of StVqfikotiis Ber t rands to join the society That his appeal was heard and 1 ceded was theInfternoCATHOLIC UNIVERSITY I ICarcinal Gibbons to Install Rev Dr Shah Net Thursday Next Thursday Rev Dr jrhoman 1 Shahan will be Install l1t v jth sol mn ceremonies as Provisional Rector of the Catholic University a iWashing ton Cardinal Glbbqns Gliancellor of the university will jireijtijc1 and will make the officlafajnuc cement of Dr Shahans selccttoi tv the Comm gregatlon of Sttulieahing the AprllTheUIbttsprofessonlal Itiot h rrtheir cademic robes with the students nd number of invited guests reception will be given for the uble purpose of bidding adieu toe retiring Rector and welcoming e new official Dr Shahan will at ce take up time work Bishop OCon il leaves Bishop OConnell will ve for San Francisco about the I1of the month Ills departure is WnshillglulIheny municipal affairs HKCUNT DEATHS painterdernoon He had been ill two eompllIonce front the home of his sister sWI11IUIll C Cawthoru 222J van street and from St Patricks irch Thursday morning irs Ann Hackett a lady well run in the West Kmi died at thd idenctf of her daughter Mrs U Shields 2017 Portland avenue tiny evening and her funeral took ce from the Church of Our Lady in rtland on Tuesday morning her ther Conniff officiating at the re em mass Time deceased Was rmed by all who knew her and the iieral was attended by a large cir of friends lie funeral of little Robert Nor nightkirch Monday morning This seven irold boy was run over by a ron near his home 1001 Ash street urday afternoon and succumbed his injuries later in the evening was the son of Mr and Mrs irge Norrenbrock who are sorely tressed over the tragic death of ir beloved boy rs Hanorah Shea a resident of I yearsIin charitable work died at the no of her daughter Mrs Noble rk 554 South Twentieth street on ndoy night She was born in Ire rl sixty years ago but had e greater part of her life in Louisville Her husband Patrick Shea lot years ono of Louisvilles leading mer chant tailors died ten years ago Two children survive herMrs Noble Clark and John H Shea Deputy Com missioner of the Circuit Court Tha funeral took place from Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning and wart attended by a large circle of old friends who admired time beautiful life of the deceased f DOMINICAN KNTEUPRISE The Dominican Fathen have pur chased a site for a new es dblishment In Seattle Washington It will in clude a largo church rec ory school and monastery NEW LOBRETTINE OADESIV The Sisters of Loretto dre erecting andcos1YacademrIn they may take possession this spring The new academy will bfl open and ready for pupils nextSep iembr1 I P r DOUBLE Celebration Planned to Honor Irelands Patron Saint in Louisville The Ladles Auxiliary Will Join With the Hibernians In Both Religious Observance Will Be Succeeded by n Grand Banquet WHAT COUNTY PRESIDENT SAYS Local Hibernians are preparing to celebrate St Patricks day this year both religiously and socially and the members of the Ladles Auxiliary will join with their brethren in both celebrations Both the Hibernians and tho ladles will approach holy communion in a body at St Patricks Sundayfarehwill be celebrated The social cele bration will be in the nature of a banquet at the Cult House on the evening of Tuesday March 17 The celebration will be under the aus pices of the Jefferson County Board AuxiliaryAcom mittees of the A O IL and time J adies Auxiliary was held at the residence of D 1 Coleman on Friday evening of last week The plans CountyPresidenthearty approval of the ladies who pledged their support in honoring Irelands patron saint County President P 7 Welsh will deliver the address of welcome and will preside as toastmaster One of the local clergy will be Invited to in voke the blessing at tine beginning of the feast Attorney Thomas Walsh will deliver the principal ad dress of the evening Miss Fannie Kennedy County President of the Ladies Auxiliary will respond to the toast h State President George T littler will talk on Illbernlanlsm and the theme of discourse for Miss Xarv Corcoran AuxiliaryTickets be MulloysThomasr Klllotts George J Butlers Con 7 Fordss and D T Colemans Invlta of11iAlbanyIn affairs in Louisville County President P T Welsh said to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American I luc completed my annual re uptoincreasednumerically year This of ourse is due to tiro energies of tonne County Presi dent Tohn A Murphy and Ills colleagues lOr must say also that the various divisions of our city have a splendid roster of officers for 1009 and I look forward to a grand Increase In mem yearIliberninnawork of our worthy State President George J hither and his able as sistant Tames Barry for their zeal ous work in behalf of the study of Irish history They have accom plished much in a short time I nw urging nil to put their shoulders tc the wheel and to do something for the general Interest of the order so that when the 1000 report is to be made it will show Increases in mem provethatiligations and promises made when elected to office the Hibernians of the four divis ions will hold their second joint onnr terly meeting under the auspices of the County Board on the third Sun day in March The meeting will Ve at Bertrands Hull and It is flesh si that each division be fully repre sentedINTERMENT AT OWENSBORO The sad Intelligence was received In Louisville this week of the death 6t John W OBrien a former res ident of this city but later of Owons boro Ky and Jackson Tenn Eight children four sisters and one brother survive him Mrs Lucy Welsh of Louslville one of his sisters attended the funeral which took place from St Stephens church at Owensboro on Tuesday During his lIfo in Louisville Mr OBrien was widely known I among the older residents of this city SuperIntendent Company in the old mule car days FORTY YOURS PRAYER With the high mass at 1030 FortyfloursSacred Heart church Seventeenth end Broadway Rev Patrick Walsh pastorwillonTuesdaythe strongest congregations in tho city and as time devotions will attract u large attendance Father Walsh will I have the assistance of n number of local priests SHROVETIDE SUPPER The good ladies and gentlemen oS St Georges congregation have art ranged to give n Shrovetido social thechurchI Magnolintavenueevening Tickets entitling the holder 1 I l to supper and admission will bo sold for twentyfive cents tickets of ad iimission without supper ten cents On chitdrenINTO A PARK rScene of Marquettes Dis covery Will Be Pre served After nearly 240 years of neglect time scene of Marqucttes discovery f the Mississippi and the Northwest iis soon to be marked and preserved fur posterity The State of Wisconsli has taken an option on 2700 acres of land at the mouth of the Wisconsin river and the State Park Board ex poets to get a measure through the Legislature this session authorizing the purchase of the tract and its def velopment into a park Should the movement be crowned with success to Wisconsin will belong the credit not onlof commemorating the discovery of the Mississippi but also of preserving the only natural parr of any magnitude on tho upper river In no other State has a tract of land of such size been kept In its natural form nor can another of any size be found which compasses so much of natures loveliness When Marquotto drifted in Ills canoe out of the Wis consin and beheld the great Missis sippi and the hills of the new land on the other side he uttered in exultation the words inexpressibly grand There have been nanny others who have admired since that ancient day for the plume has been shorn of little of Its pristine beauty with the passing of the years fife tract has been in the possession of the Glenn fnmlluf Wyalusing Wis since 1810 ENJOYED EVENING Columbia Athletic Club Gave Entertainment to Friends The Columbia Athletic Club gave time first of a proposed series of en Icrtaimnonts at Holvogts Hull lust Monday evening and the families and lady friends of the members turned out in largo numbers Despite the very bad weather the hall was crowded when President Ben Beck mann rapped for order and deliveril1 a brief address of welcome The resident then Introduced Ben Speaker who presented a inonol gie that called forth laughter and ap plauseJohn Schalda resident of the Central Committee of the C K of A delivered an animated address on time ikotlelltto Ilhnnthlmt emherh ship In Catholic clubs Ills address was appreciated and punctuated with applause William Margin rendered several solos in most excellent style A vocal duct by George Heltkemper and Joseph Wocrner called forth an encore L Andy and D Zeapfel gave a number of instrumental duets that were applauded One of the hits of the evening was a vocal quartette by lieu Speaker William Martin George ifelfkemper and Joe Wocrner There were plenty of refreshments for nil and the evenings pleasure closed with a dance in which hosts mum guests engaged SACRAMENTS Was Interesting Theme of Mackin Councils Speaker Although there was a splendid at tendance at Mackin Councils meet ing Tuesday night the business transacted was principally of n routine nature President Louis J Kicffcr occupied the chair and all the oficers were present The Visit ing Committee reported Albert Ksz well Al Kolb and George Bartsch improving while tho condition of David Hummel was unchanged The special committee reported that the series of euchres had been successful and that the indications were that quite a nice sum was being realized Time committee expects to make a more complete report next Tuesday evening One application was received and one new member was received by transfer The com mittee in charge of preliminary plans for the opera reported progress in its work Time feature of the evening was an instructive and entertaining address by William F Burke Recording Sec retary of the council who hat for his subject Time Reception of the Sacraments The members were highly pleased with Mr Burkes ad dress and believe that the educational featuro of the meetings lies come to stay NEW SPORT MAKES HIT Judging from the large crowd and enthusiasm Monday night at time Coliseum it looks like the Louisville public Is much interested in the dis tance running contests and this in spite of time fact that Dorando Pietro only had to breeze In In defeating local runners Now If the Louisville Athletic Club promoters will only match Mutt Maloney time Marathon runner and Dorpndo the public will get to enjoy a sure enough contest SURPRISE CLUBS EVENT I The Surprise Club an organization of well known ladies and gentlemen pf the West End will bo entertained at the residence of Mrs II J Cooper 2534 Slovin street on Washingtons birthday next Monday evening The features will bo a candy pulling an apron sale supper box social and all kinds of refreshments served by the ladles of the club It will be the last entertainment of the club until after Lentrr n ROUTED t Foes of Binells Lnntl Bill Were Overwhelmingly in the Minority Details of Great Irish National Convention Arc Slow to Arrive OBriens Motion to Reject Was Badly Beaten by tho Delegates y ENDS CAMPAIGN OF CALUMNY Time national convention of the United Irish League was held in Dublin Ireland Tuesday and Wednesday of last week The ses sions were held in the Mansion House and Hon John Redmond pre sided and while the general tenor of the conventions attitude favored an indorsement of the Birrell Idnd bill the details of the meeting have not yet appeared in any of the American or IrishAmerican papers Possibly it finny be necessary to await the arrival anythinglikei y succinct statement can be made Meager telegrams tell that the at delegatesfrom 2t00oMessagesInitcd States Canada and Australia were rood and the greeting to tho league from tthe United States con tained also the intelligence that the sum of 425000 was on Its why and hat another remittance would follow proceedingsJohnIrelands good name Is at stake selfgovcrnment duet of this assembly Therefore everyono who speaks should weigh carefullyThe then adopted a home rule resolution and tieclarcd that this question must be made a vital issue at the next general elec tion so there could be no misunder standing on the other side of time r channel regarding what was meant Time Mayor of Sllgo In seconding tho motion said that what was demand ed was Ireland for the Irish with our own native Government in CotI lejre Green An attempt to fa I 1o t tt J00 1 t1 Tlgli 11 plt k r conventon to the JIAlIf Party an amendment instructing imo party to oppose and embarrass the Liocral Government by every means In its power because of Premier Asquith refusal to make home rule an issu4 in the general election was di V fcated 1ParliumentI 1 1 as ever lived gives ono quite a jar in his weekly letter to the ChicagoII Tribune He says lit part The Irish national Convention vav the chief topic in the English and Irish pr ssJUiis week I was present throughout Though accustomed tto misrepresentation in all things the Irish were astounded by the antict lies about proceedings and time iijci dents Cab egrnms from Ame1lrufo Redmond say the accounts there describe scenes of wild confusion with g priests and members of ParliamentII pulling each others lair Nothing even aprpoachlng such scenes oc curred Tor just half a minute there was some confusion on the platform I when Father Clancy and Eugene J Crean M P two of William I OBriens friends advanced in order 3 to beg OBrien to spare his voice andkstrength In the face of tho tempest of Interruption from the convention rime OBrionites suspended their at tempt to break up the convention In disorder and Father Clancy and Mr Creans action was misunder stood and they were shoved back tb their seats Then there were ex planations and peace was restored Time whole scene lasted thirtysea onds and not a blow was struck then or at any other moment during tho conventionMr writes that it is quite natural that OBrien should have been howled down because the latter has been engaged for six years In attempting to disrupt the t National movement in alliance wltbrr the landlords and there has been n deluge of filth and calumny against every public man or body which dared to oppose their unholy work The Hibernians for example were described as Molly Maguire the Rationalists of Belfast as paid rowdies Hon John Dillon as a y Machlvellar trickster Redmond as Dillons catspaw and the Irish mem bers as a party only anxious to main livingThe up of 2000 delegates from time 1000 r branches of tho league in Irelandmu700 delegates from the public bodlci and 500 from other public societies eightyfromt the division name on OBriens mo tion for the rejection of the Birrell lorOhimmfOBrfen continues his rebellion but It Is generally felt that ho line spent his force that tho conyontlun was his Waterloo MAKES GOOD JIIJfJ1er this city but now ono of tho rising youngcpractltloners I at the NoWTfrrk bar has won a law suit that will en tlMrfHIs icHents to claims aggregat ing 15000 Of course there will be a nice fat fee for Mr McDonogh and hlsold friends in Louisville Iare proud of his success t j KFiPTTiICHY IRISH AMERICAlVi KENTUCKY 1R1H fiMERWI I Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememen of Irish Americans a d Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young MensI Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Inconxjrated Publishers k SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR blNOLE COPY sc Entered St the Loulivllle PoitoHlcc n Second Class flatter Address all Communications to Ibe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qnt SI TRADES LADEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1909 t INDIJPENIENTA0T HOSTILE I By putting Itself on record last week as favoring Mr llirreUB Irish Lund bill the Dublin convention of the United Irish League rene red tho truce between the Liberals and Nationalists in Parliament In fact the convention expressly refused to instruct the party to oppose and embarrass the Liberal Government by every means In its power Its attitude as heretofore under John Iledmonda leadership is to be that of dependence but not hostility policy under which it attacked the Governments education hills but I secured the passage of the Irish universities bills last year and time promise of further land reforms next session DEMORALIZED How long are the reople of Louisn ride going to submit to the thus like propensities of Robert 7 Foster and Ills imitators The striking down of a young man nt his cwn door without cause deserves sure and swift punishment There should be no place for men like Foster on any police force If Foster Is unpunished every policeman In ioulsville that bas a grievance real or imaginary will feel like emulating his example Citizens will feel that they are taking tI their lives in their hands when they meet or accost a policeman Aa the Kentucky Irish American has said before the Louisville police force is very badly demoralized foster appears to have a ltold on somebody higher up Who is it TURDS OF A FEATHER The Evening Posts advertised motto is If new and true and yet In an attempt to defend Robert J Foster it said editorially last Wednesday Lieutenant Foster Is fearless In the discharge of his duty and he Is efficient He has been porsonallY threatened Ho has been personally attacked Every action taken tie saloonkeepers organs have misrepresented Ills zeal at times may not be tempered with Judicial discretion but a courageous earnest honest and sincere officer will bo supported by his superiors and by public opinion Courageous Was not Lucifer courageous when he rebelled against the Creator of the universe Foster like Lucifer fears neither man nor his Creator Earnest Foster was In earnest as is any thug that assaults his victim on the public highway Honest No Were he honest he would not now be In trouble Neither la he sincere in hs attempt to compel Sunday closing because if he were all the saloons In his district would be closed on SundayThe Post says Foster has been j threatened and personally attacked Who pray tell us threatened him Who attacked him personally It Is tho duty of a newspaper just as It Is the duty of a Ipastor to warn the peopfp of the evils that environ them Foster was sentenced to bo h dishonorably discharged from the ifnlted States army In the Phllipplne- aHeserveda term in the United States army prison at Alcatraz Cal Why did he over come to America Can the Post answer Was Foster In trouble in Panama Why did he leave the United States Government depot ln Jeffersorivllle What has been his record in the Police Court in Louisville prior to fastening like a barnaclo bh the hull of Louisvilles Republican ship of State Clouted with the majesty of the law wearing the uniform of a Louisville police officer carrying concealed two deadly weaponsa blackjack and a revolver was this man courageous in assaulting Henry Lepplng an Inoffensive citizen a merchant und a lawabiding man 1 What chance had Lopping to resist such a character Was Fosters courage born of man or devil l I 1 Not long ago Col Hanger Chief oft Police yams quoted in the dally papers as having ordered hts minions not to be brutal to their prisoners and yet Foster hit Henry epplngheforellie made hlmB prisoner Col Hanger also took away the blopmin Clubs from the street corner men arid Officers and armed them with blackjack It was levee barbarous slrlCollIalcr Butt the blackjack seems to be tie wapsii of the thug and aw ta Sdward B Green a DleMeID- oard S of Public Safety apparently applauds thug tactics on the part oft LbuUvllle police lie is quoted ae fearing said Tosfl officer to hare people of Louisville do not think Ilin Green is the kind of man for 1ix place on the Board of Public Safety Tic total estimated amount of money in circulation in the United States on February 1 was 3001312 S46 or 35 per capita Yet there are many men and women out of work because they are unable to find it and who arc careless enough to walk around without the 35 in their pockets He constant to your purpose and desirous onlyof tho praise which be longs to patience and discretion We are more conscious that a per son is in the wrong when the wrong concerns ourselves Its a good plan to believe only half you hearand then forget most of that TIGIIE DAN ll Ir Miss Male Agnes Tighc and Theodore Van O Daniel were united in the holy sacrament of matrimony a the Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning The wedding ceremony was followed bya nuptial high mass both ceremonies being performed by the llev Father Patrick Walsh The church was crdxTded with the rein tins und friends of the cautractin- t parties Mr mid Mrs Daniel held aI brief reception nt the home of the brides parents Mr anti Mrs lanes Tighe 1323 West IJrondwny and at noon departed for New Or loans where they willspcnd their hoi ynitun Among those from outside Louis yule who attended the wedding cere lilony and who were present nt the reception of the bridal party wcro the Rev Father G A Ynnvroi UMj berghe of Hodgenvllle Itev Futliet Walsh Mrs W H Berry of Owens boro Mrs Charles A Welsert nulI Maurice Velsirt of Vineennes lad Mr mid Mrs Richard L Parrott of Lebanon Miss Mary Schnfer ofr Lafayette Ind Mrs Walter Smith and William Henry Magrmlcr ofi Lebanon Junction Mrs Belle Olvey and Mrs John Lee Warren Mr anilI Mrs Thomas Tlghe hiss Alice Beuchc Misses Catherine and Kmma Morgan and Mr John Morgan of New Albany Ind COMPULSORY BOXING Dr Philip Ollanlon of New York is the author of a bill which is tto be introduced in the Empire State Legis lature Its object Is to make boxing a compulsory part of the public school curriculum Dr OHnnlons Idea is not so much to preserve tin titles us to knock out Kid Tubercn losls who copies pretty near being all roumid champion In certain purls of New York Did you ever see a man of robustt health a man with realfred blood itI his veins who objected to boxing asks Dr Ollanlon by way of argument No sit he says answering his own question The onlymimen who raise a kick against boxing as n sport and as a healthful exercise arc thos- anaemic men who would rather sitl around and watch n sewing contes- thus t to go out and breathe fresh ai and enter into games that require the use of nerve and muscle The wholesouled redblooded men wim are the backbone of the nation neve boxingMany great lawmakers I and our Presidents have been ad mirers of the manly art mill It It 3 is good enough for them it Is certainly good enough for us We expect to pass this bill and I feel confiden- the minute we have boxing Installed in our public schools as one of the regular courses the dreaded fatalities of tuberculosis will decrease moreI than 50 per cent Dr OHnnlon has performedi autopsies on no less than 1000 per sons during his fifteen years ex perience in New York he says Of sayvthatvlctluHIcoutractedknowinghowWe want no more of these chick enbreasted paleface boys In our schools says Dr Ollanlon and we bbreatheamazed to know how few of these realdeepMany of them have never had their theytoolsgamesdolleethehugIhixingIsl particularly good for thin school bpy1 because they are cone three to breath e rapidly during the 1 orcAOarlugdeepbreathsalwaysivsite1l1ea1thyAllolmdtorHEART OFt FJt1ENn 1cenfrlends toay1reptdie1bntways show And it Iis a bit of real truth and whddinV Friendship is a precious thing top preoIouR a treas mire tp be carelessly bmtenor thrown away The world handles time word friend lightly its real true helper meanlum Is tor nt4 n and Jlle cqimintaoce of anlloIlf or the comer1 1tli designated by tht4 which in Itself beers wealth ingn I W v il If any little word of mine May make n life the brighter If any little songof mine May make n heart lighter God help mo speak the little word And take myblt of singing And drop It in some lonely vale To set the echoes ringing If any little love of mine May make a life the sweeter If any little care of mine May make a friends fly fleeter If any lift of mine may ease The burden of another God give me love and care and strength To help my tolling brother rIIS0GJETV l Miss Alice Hickey has gone to New York for a stay of two weeks Miss Celia Laven will leave for New York this evening for a two weks business trip Miss Anna A Madden had as her guest this week Miss Clara OConnell of Lexington Misses Celia and Agnes Lavcn re turned home Wednesday from a dc llghtful visit to Chicago A new baby girl has arrived to jiild sunshine to the home of Mr and Mrs J Fitzgerald 201 Colllns Court Miss Murcella Knstes of Highland 1 Park Is expected home today from an extended visit to relatives nt Fulton 111 Mrs Mary Newman and daughter Miss Katie Newman of Frankfort arc here for nn extended visit to Thomas 1J Newman Thomas IllwIer who has been ill at his home on West Jefferson street greatt satisfaction j t his friends Mr and Mrs Uobert E Ryan of 2003 West Jefferson street are re joicing over the arrival of n pretty little daughter at their hom- eg1rs John McCIoskcy who has been ill of Ingrippe at her home iin Clifton is reported convalescent This will be welcome news to he numerous friends throughout the StateAnnouncement was made this wce of the engagement of Mss Sophia II Brooks of tills city and Claude C Bryant of Long Hun Their marriage will take place at SL Michaels on June 0 Time Young Tidies Euchre Clul will be entertained next Tuesday by Miss Ella Kenney nt her home 2417 West Market street Tills will be the last of these euchre games untili lifter Lent firs Ella Dalton of Thirtysixth nail Broadway who has been seri ously indisposed during the past week is much improved and willI soon be able to be out to the delight of her friends John Gleasoii the Associated lies- operator is proud of till arrival o a boy at his home Tot East Green street Mr Gleason has a girl nut n boy now and is smilingly receiving the congratulations of his friends Miss Agatha Pfcffer of New Al bany and who with her sister Mlis I cole lecting agency in the Louisville Trust building submitted to n surgical op eration for throat trouble at St An thonys Hospital on Thursday Her relatives and friends tape for he-r speedy and permanent recovery Miss Ida Harbison of Sellersbnrg had and Philip MeGrody of Teffer sonville wore united in marriage at St Augustines rectory by the Rev rather John OConnell Wedne nethe Toffersonvlllc fire department AtIndianrt former Howardo 01rP Louisville were united in marriage at St Augustines church Jefferson vllle Tuesday morning the Rev Father John OConnell officiating The bride is the charming laughter of William OUrlen Superintendent Iennsyivanhtrailroad and the ortuunte groom Is n locomotive fireman for the sane railroad company Many friends of the young people witnessed the cere mony Friends of the contracting parties crowded St Aloyslus church Tuesday morning to witness the marriage of Miss Geneva J Sullivan and Edward P Farrington The llev Father L A OGrady performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass that fol lowed After a wedding breakfast parentsMr tieth and Broadway Mr null Mrs Farrington departed for a wedding trip to the principal points in the South miss Nellie McIIu rh entertained her many friends with a Valentino dance at her residence on Fourth avenue Monday evening Refreshments were served anil a delightful evening was spent Among those present were Misses Maymo Reilly GilloolyK nelly Maymo Mulloy Ida Farrell Anna Burke Nellie McIIugh Messrs John duller Edgar Chisholm John Schmidt John Gillooly Charles Coll John Williams Henry Mulloy Edward iMaNamec John and Edward Farrell Messrs and ifesdnmes Frank Baclgalupl John Cuneo Will lam linker John Morris stud Mrs fc Curley AGAIN THOSE IMMIGRANTS t I Little Eleanors mother was an American while her lather was a German One day after Eleanor had been subjected to rather severe disciplinary measures at the hands of her paternal ancestor she called her mother into another room closedt the door significantly nd said Mother I dont wiiit to meddle in your biisb ntolbut I wish ypud send thai huabandofYurll1 to Germany RETAINED Louisville Railway Companys Stockholders Hold Good Jlcn Former Directors and Ofliccrt Were Unanimously Kcclcctcd Report of President Mlnnrj Makes a Splendid Showing INCREASE IN INTERURBANS LINE The stockholders of the Louisvil Railway Company held their nnnu meeting in the companys office Jefferson street between Third at Fourth on Wednesday nfternoo More than tIle usual number stockholders were present indlcatii that the meeting was of great lute est All of the former Directors we reelected by acclamation and tl former officers were also reelect for another year 1Chief cause of gratification to tl was contained in tl annual report made by T J Minar President in which it was show that net earnings for the yea amounted tto 52855514 Time recor for the year is considered mot favorable In view of all circa stances and unanimous approval o the policies provided for the roa during the past year was shown b the reelection of all Directors reportLouisville Ky Feb 17 1900 GROSS EARNINGS From passengerscity IInes25384919i From passengersInterurbanI- mes 153379 fA From express etc Interurban lines 224761 Income from other sources 44201 G7 Total receipts for year 2758655 14 Operating expenses 1609003 01 Taxes for the rYear 216000 00 Interest on debt paid and ac cried 3SO210 60 Dividend on preferred t12500000kTotal K230213 61 Net earnings 528341 61 From which deduct dividend on common stock 524S16 67 Surplus earnings 3524 9G The Secretary and Treasurer pre sents to the stockholders annual sheeticompany business in detail but it Is well to sJ1ecialIyear Stock TJijo commollcapltlllstoll thIriugIdol1InrRTraction Company in payment foi funds furnished by that company foi improvPBonds We retired in 1007 187 tho underlying 6 per rent bonds 1 exchanging same for 3 per cents i these 34 were Louisville City Rnilwi Company bonds maturing Novembi 1asseugyNovember 1 1008 and being all the Indebtedness of time last nam company except 300000 which w be paid as iota as presented and ttl mortgage canceled Notes Three hundred and six thousand dollars of the 0 per eel threeyenr notes of the compai were paid nt Ithe time of the In Interest date December 1 Track The new tracks on Twent ninth and Thirtyfirst streets wl1 specifcarry out the provisions of time en tract between this company and tl Louisville Northern ami the ea were put In operation between tl city and New Albany via Jeffersl street March 1 The new Interurban line on t Bnrdstown pike was finished and t fcars put in operation to Kern Crei June 6 The tracks and necessary termin facilities for storing cars wore bu groundstineth SeptemberMotive Department TlI entithatof our last annual report has be erected and in operation for HOI months Time new boilers wcro nl Installed and arc now in service TI Water supply was materially i muleCampbellni pihuespolyhouseA very superior substation No was erected and equippedI with t machllleryGreen m Third for a central distrlbuUi point tints affording better electric portionUleConduits During the year a largv amount of Copper cable was Installed In the conduits built for the of complying with the city or dinance which requires all feed wires to ba placet under ground in District A in 191- 0SpIrinlcliggVe built five new sprinkling ears and expended large amounts fot labor and other puri poses to splnkio3 the streets of the city at our e 11en ennd without propertyholdersr Other Imj pavements There were seventeen m w trail cars built in the shops of the company at JKlghteenth and Walnut streets which make a nice additioi to the previous equip mentSeveral of the car barns were enlarged lanr1 mproved so II to In tease time brags room and give better facili los for handling ears Reitpeeifully submitted for the Board of Director iby I T J Binary PrenldenU Any one v hb hats tried to keep a velvet hat c r frock clean doeft not need to be tWit in a dust oofleeter- This trying I trait may be turned to account i Choice I Time M os CI ti AmohbishopCountyKtikennycal studies at Rockwell College In 1881 he entered the Dominican order at Tallaght Novitiate House and finished his ecclesiastical studies In Rome where he was ordained In ISS7 toIrelandTallaght as Novice Master and Pro fessor In 1897 he returned to Rome as Prior of San CJcmente and after appointedSuperiorMission and Vicar General of the late Archbishop The new Archbishop has been noted for lira piety charity and retiring disposition and he is regarded as a most worthy sue cessor to the late Dr Flood HONOR FOR GOVERNOR The degree of I LDwIUbe cone HigiusGeorgetowihivereltyerefhtPnetJune4GovIUg irilt4wlU deliver time commencement address on that occasion 5 DEATH Terrible1LI hTAKE A POLICY IN THE Catholic Knights and Ladies of America REPRESENTED IN TWENTY STATES Cheapest InsuranceOblainable Death Claims Paid in Thirty Days EXAMINE THESE RATES 1ge Quarter Half Full Age Quarter Half Full H 040 080 160 3560 120 240 1041 81 162 36 61 122 244 041 82 164 37 63 125 250 1142 84 1 63 38 64 127 254 244 87 174 3965 130 260 345 89 178 4066 132 264 446 91 182 4167 134 268 47 93 186 4269 137 274 6 4R 96 192 4370 140 280 50 100 2 00 4471 142 284 851 102 204 4572 144 53 105 210 46 78 156 054 108 216 4784 168 155 110 220 48 90 180 2 57 113 226 4996 192 358 115 230 50 102 204 I59 118 236 Recording Secretaries and Their Addresses lary E Sheridan 2022 Lytle street Thomas J Moran 1534 Lytle osle Monahan 1609WestiMadison Margaret OConnor 3425 Fourth heresa Kiley 531 South Fifth Isabella Scanlan 525 S Twentyseventh- liss A C Hughes 1033 Brook Miss M Roth 931 Marshall ila Flaherty 2329 Rowan Dr P S Ganr 1942 Sixth HighAugust Frankfort lartin Stocker 913 Barrett avenue Jacob F Miller 2916 West Stratton lico Morris 1708 Magazine APPLY TO DR PETER S GANZ 638 W JEFFERSON HOURS 3 TO 4 7 TO 8 P M 1909 Novimfair Election 1909 Squire John M1Adams i CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party 909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Cindidite For Bailiff Police Court Subject to the Acil n of the Democratic Party 9 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 CLEM W HUGGINS CANDIDATE FOR Prosecuting CourtAttorney Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 9 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DR J I WHITTENBERGCANDIDATE CORONERSubject Party 9 NOVEMBER ELECTION t9090 F H BURKEGctncllclcto F01 Prosecuting Attorney d Police Court iU Jeot to AotJorx of t110 Poniooidtio Party 00 NOVElJJ3ER ISLE CrION loot ALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERKect to the Action of the Democratic Party NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909J Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATE yw a x z11p K ItAGISTERXAL DISTRICT eseefJAI tad ad 3rd Wars Subject to Action Democratic Party 09 NOVEMBER ELECTION 190o PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR sA Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeIIER 1I CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second a d Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Give year SONparetltcSTXAVIERS COLLEGE PLASTERER 112 W BrWw y 5peciylIteiretkei Yt- tirXilvrds sdetfffiKHirkiMiMM C6od Courses Prep ilotye HH sHPh9 taW t1O tOrruhns II C Th 4 KENTUOKY IRISH AlMERIOAN uIJPROCESSILIQUID CARBONIC GAS JOS BARON PLUMBE- RJcand i Air Pump Hospital- DoctorOJ ToYour Needs + + H++ + + + + + Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor F Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnlabed for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t tH t n D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT S Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MAJEtKET STREET H+ +++ + + +++ t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SSS East Matin Stree1 NeOeeeeeeNeeeeeiN000e00e6e4e ee6eee0e e+OeN 4 E TRACY L H STRAUB iiJ PHONES 363 iiBOTHTRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ii- C STREET8dort i oeeeeNeeeeeeeeeeee0eee01efeeeeN 40e41eeeeeeeNee THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Eibalner TELEPHONE 365 AH calls promptly attended to day or night Cr iagea furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers t KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and a Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1677 t tOHOIOE ient Blooms Plants t i and Designs at RIGHT PRICES i JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE ppthPhbiics 223 COLISEUM NOW OPEru r a iBvwy t yff 7Ur CRULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even ings and Tuesday and Wednesday matinees THE MERRY WIDOW 1IQc HOPKINS I1lOc Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday UNDER ijUMAE IAN A GEM NT FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 FourtbSf IPrincessI Theater 1 Jef1s o West- I Street Columbia Theater1 Fourt3h7Ave WestDrI et We cater especially to Ladies and Children HENRY flUNOLD BBAIKR IN Staple and Fancy Braciriisrr- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN C4NNECTMN Old Whiakfet a SpecUlty wflf r etie tWI Mw wa 111M cr l Never try id lee a cake hot and Ilet UjreVcak get nearly cold before PIV tint toether IRISH HISTORY Proved Interesting Topic at Latest Meeting of Division 1 Division I A O II met In regular session Tuesday night with President Thomas Keenan presiding The attendance was large The movement to promote the study of Irish history was discussed and the rending ofi chapter of that history proved an in teresting feature James Marry Chairman of the committee appoint ed to promote the study in parochial schools announced that arrangements had been completed whereby two local schools would accede to the proposed request Thomas Keenan Jr reported the proceedings of the latest meeting of the County Hoard and called par ticular attention to thin nrronlYe meets made for the banquet onSt Patricks night Officer John Hoklcn and Michael Collins who have improvingTheas the Irish History Committee Martin Cusslck Joe Farrell and James KSlkelly On behalf of the Entertainment Committee Chairman Charles Fine gnu reported that Division 1 would give a reception and dance soon after Easter TRINITY COUNCILS KUCIIRE Trinity Councils club house will doubtless be crowded next Tuesday night when the Entertainment Com mittee will give its last euchre before the Lenten season Forty handsome prizes are to be distributed among the successful players On the same evening the prizes oftAred in the combination books during the recent home opening will be dl9im ed of KLOQUKNT PRIESTS VISIT Tier Father Angelo C P of Xew York one of the most prominent Passlonlst missionaries In the United States visited Rev Father J J Fitzgerald at Highland Park last Saturday and Sunday and during his stay preached two eloquent sermons at St Leos church- ANTELENTEN DANCE Trinity Council will give its last anteLenten dance at the new club house Baxter and Morton avenues next Tuesday evening The tom mittee in charge expects a large crowd present and will do all In Its power to make the guests feel at home FANCIES OF FASHION White crepe doubled is a fashion able niching There is a tendency toward short ening of skirts The empire style is threatened with loss of vogue Young girls this year are wearing older colors than usual There is a decided tendency awlny front short waisted effects The familiar old poke bonnet is making another bid for favor clingingbutUlaek and white are as popular in hints as at the first of the season It is insistently declared that pockets in skirts are to come back intenselyblackpossible A hint of spring styles is that there will be a general return to tailored effects Fewer gauzy materials and more substantial weaves will probably be wanted for spring than last season By summer time sleeves ami yokes are more likely than not to come hack 1b the same material as the rest of the costume PACTS WORTH KNOWING I Gold can not rust The best sponges cost 10 a pound taco horses often wear aluminum shoes placesinThe sale of womens gloves out number that of mens seventeen to oneLibrarians say that people read more in November than in any other monthHen pollnllInRussia and ten in Germany loeusttbeansland to make whisky POTATO CROQUETTESI I 0tPut two cups of hot or cold mashed p6tatocs into a small sauce pan add the yelks of two eggs ai tablespoonful of butter a table spoonful of cream a teaspoonful of salt a dash of cayenne and a lJOIt tea- Spoonful of onion juice Stir and mix talcjffirst in egg then in bread crumbs and fry in smoking hot fat II- CELERY SALAD V1 a Two hunches celery one tablespoonful 1 of salad oil four table spoonfuls vinegar one small teas spoonful fine sugar pepper and salt to taste Wash and scrape celery lay In Ice cold water about one hour Then cut Into Inch lengths add togetherwitjuhearts a KERMITS One ctip butter one and onehalf cup sugar three eggs one cup chopped raisins and little citron chopped fine one teaspoonful of cloves allspice and cinnamon with flour enough to roll them Cut In rounds These are very nice and will kop Jlke fruit cake PUFF CAKE Three eggs well beaten onehalf cup butter one and onehalf cups light brown sugar three cups sifted flour three level teaspoonfuls baking powder one teutpooafal lemon ex tr tmka tln piacak or two loaves Keeps like fruitcake ciias ft Rogers u BOOK GOtat PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thilr kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Of EVERY DKSCKI1TION 434 West Jefferson Street CRfAGfRS SCHOOL 2nd and Breckinridge Sts Respectfully asks the readers to call and see us Should you desire a BUSINESS EDUCATION we think we can satisfy you in every particu lar School is open all year and students may enroll at any time Day and Night Sessions Homo Phone 8668 J D CREAGER Principal CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarant- eedHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND rtltphoni 1948 234 SIXTH STREET FIRST CLASS I Job Printing ON SHORT NOTICE Bill Heads Note Heads Letter Heads Business Cards- Invitations Etc WfEDDINU INVITATIONS A SPECIALTY KENTUCKY IRIS- AMERICAN Home Phone 946 319 W Green St Mj GOD SAVE ALL HERE There is a prayer thats breathed alone In dear old Krlns land Tis uttered on the threshold stone With smiles rand clasping hand And oft perchance tis murmured low With sigh mil falling tear The lmayknowThe prayer God save nil here In other lands they know not well How priceless is the lore That hedges with a sacred spell Old Irelands cabin door To those It iis no empty sound Who think oft with a tear Of long loved memries wreathing round Trio prayer God save all herel Live on 0 prayer in Ireland still To bless each threshold true The echoes of leer homes to till With fervor ever new spellTheeJeaBeThe prayer God save all here KEEP ON If gloomyAnIf the situations p 1172 in grimAnkeeppresslnTill Jest bristle up an grit yer teeth An keep on keepin on PEACEFUL ItEST Archbishop Ireland Is En joying Vacation at His Old Seminary According to the latest collie mes sages Archbishop Irelandof St Paul Minn bas completed his mission to Rome and is now at Geneva Switzerland where he is visiting friends ho has not seen for twenty years Later lie will cross the French frontier to visit the little cityof Belley where many years agohp studied theology and passed his examination for the priesthood How eve tJie reliblshop will find hone of his old rofexsors the majorityof Whom are dead and only two of his comrades still reside there ArchbishopIrelan lwill take B prop thlrJquletltUeretStates and hie diocese During his stay in Rome he liai many audiences with the Pope a di ills Holiness howedrthe11 Iflnnesota prelate many markecaffeCLIjohi j IMPORTANT Will Be Federation Meeting- at Catholic Womans Club The monthly meeting of the Jef ferson County Federation of Cathollj Societies will he held nt the CatholiH I Womans Club Walnut street be peekflnn offiiII elected at this meeting a full attend clectionlmrlousdelegates and to the societies affiliat ed will be discussed A prominent local priest has ac cepted nn invitation to attend and address the delegates on n timely topic Copies of the Bulletin thin organ of the National Federation will be ready for distribution At tilt comIng meeting it Iis expected that some new business will develop unll that plans for the coming year will be outlined LOOKING DOWNWARD Mike was over six feet tall and land enlisted to bu a soldier One morning when nt drill the Sergeant came along a dandy little fellow When he reached Mike he stuck time end of his cane under his chin and said Hold your head up sir Am I always to do that said Mikis Yes sir said the Sergeant Thin fare ye well my swate little man said Mike Ill nlver see you again WORKS LIKE MAGIC A towel folded several times dipped in hot water and quickly applied over the seat of pain in tooth ache or neuralgia will generally af ford prompt relief The same treat ment works like magic In colic and cases that have resisted other rem edes for hours have been relieved In this way in ten minutes MACARONI WITH OSTJmsI Boil macaroni in salted water until tender then drain throughs a colan der Butter a baking dish put in a layer of the macaroni and sprinkle with cheese Cover with oysters anti season with pepper salt and bits of butter Add a top layer of macaroni sprinkle with cheese and bake imtjl brown OCEANS DEPTH According to tlr records the greatest known depth of the ocean Iis about midway between the islands of Tristan d Aciinlia and the mouth of the IMo de la Plata in South America The bottom there was found at a depth of eight and three quarter miles CLEAN MATTING To one gallon of wafer add one tnblcspoonful of ammonln Wet a cot ton cloth in the solution lint wring as dry as possible pin cloth over your broom and sweep It will brighten your matting end will raise no dust nod will destroy numerous Insects STOPS NIGHT COUGH Apply n cold towel saturated with cold water around your neck and- over your chest and on top of this apply n large dry bath towel so an to keep your clothes or gown from getting wit You will soon cease coughing and go to sleep TEMPER LAMP CHIMNEY Before using anew lamp chimney wrap it in cloth and place in a kettle of cold water Bring it to a boil for fifteen minutes Lot the water cool before removing chimney No or dinary heat will break a chimney treated In this way DRINK FOR TIlE SICK A tablespoonful of stiffly bcaton white of egg dropped Into a glass of cold water to which a few drops of lemon has been added makes a refreshing drink for the sick and one which Iis not injurious to the most delicate stomach AVOID CALOMEL AND SALT If anyone in the household Is obliged to take calomel as a medicine they should be careful not to take any salt after it common salt as the combination of the two forms corrosive sublimate which is a deadly poison WHEN WASHING slue Wash and rinse as is done with any other article then Instead of drying by hanging on line and dampening roll tightly In piece of goods such as Turkish towel Set aside sad in less than two hours dress Is ready to be ironed GLEANS KID GLOVES Beat up the white of an egg with an equal quantity of water and a lit tle sugar If well made this com pound is transparent and not at all sticky It is good for all kinds of fine leather especially kids PREVENT CHOKING In case of choking where a phsyst clan can not be summoned give the white of nneggIt seems to catch around the obstacle and removes It If relief Is not obtained at once re peat the remedy MAGIQJ5TICK When boiling something jvbich bolls over easily place a stick of wood across the top of the vessel and It simply cant boll over try It and see Exceptionally largo vessel use two sticks 11EL1EF7 FROM CROUP A strip of flannel ora napkin folded lengthwise and dipped In hot water and then wrung out and ap plied around the neck of a child that has croup will usually bring relief In ten minutes SILK SWEEPING CAPS Take the cov fota yrorhout silk umbrella was and iron It and it will make fpm one to three dainty weeping CAM FRANK FEHR BREWING GO I Brewers and BottlersI LOUISVILLE KY OUl SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKEQMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVIILE IY Cumb Phone West 191 1913TEE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER t ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOMF PHONE 7569 COMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephony 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELfINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY AND GET THE GE IUI E 01IICON D BOf SSUHU 0 KENTUCKY WALL Manufactured WALL PLASTER PLASTER by the CO Incorporated Brook cad River Phone 7267 Louisville Ky Also Ope rot I KB HooMer Wall Plaster Plant Jcffersotivlle Ind Pfaone BBS EAT NICKS BREADBecause Save your tags Good for Handsome Premiums 25th SJ and Griffiths Ave OFFICB HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial Work Pose For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR HIJJ COUCHMAN DiMist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge 0 PLUMBING AND- OASFITTINO Jobbing sad S 1 tended To VOas ArlpbtsrIcoaled 618 OrcrhiU St eat All the new Fall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices PRIVATE HOSPITAL l FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonvllle lid HENRY UPULS1 J1 P U OVER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Award WORK GUARANTEED s StreetPaoWINES LIQUGICliAftS VALS J SALOONn rVAX rOBSTJBR PMOF 8139i44u r fit GKr KENIUOKY IRISH AI iRICAllt sf THE BIG STORES END OF SEASONS SALE Mens Suits and Overcoats 350 5 8 25 975 Mens Hats 100 133 166 200 Mens Shirts 38c 59c 75c 115 These values are unprecedented in the sale merchandise THE BIG STORE 424 Fourth WestMerket Between and Filth St MILTON M MAHBtESTONE d CO MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ape preclated more than In the summer A- FARRANDCECIMAN PIANO Will supply this music If there is no one in the family that can play Alt one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection Is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to sbow you more about the FarrandC- ecillanMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OOISO8O FOURTH AVENUE Jt n COFFEE SATISFACTION Is absolutely Assured to users of Mulloys Coffees His Coulees and Teas as well have established and maintained a reputation as the never varying standard of purity and ex cellence Phone a trial order for SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 4Scexcellent1 COFFEE MLJJLLOY ROVSsTER Home Phone 1333 ai4fc VV JVIARKICT I rRI1ETg WX00K8 0000 0000 01N N NNOe OOOe000 eNN N001NON N e Ii MON MENTStpIiI IiIiInillargementil CLASS MONUMENTS at exceedeingly low prices Call and examineii MULDOON MONUMENT CO il 318320 WEST GREEN STREET Ii N NNaoo c e O eoc o o DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Culled For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORm 713715 SEVENTH STREET N iNN+NN1N L1N 0 NONONN + N1NNN NNNN- n HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a HENRY FUCHS 1 FLORIST Plant Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas SU 556 4th St Jg ouprN MNNNNN ONNN +++NNN ++ N 10 NNNN QUICK MEALE GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meet has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range In the market Theycook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patentl air burners consume e lees gai than u1otherThey arc more easily cleaned and are made to last17he new iraprovementstbls year will keep it in the front rank Having wade our 1907 contract before the advance in price of all irop goods We are able to sell at old prlo- wGEHER fit SONZI7 MA T MBAR IBCONi HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr I the Past WeekGeneral- Newa Notes Ladles Auxiliary 3 of Philadelphia now thirteen years old benefits out 7000 for sick and death The order had an overflow meet Ing at the entertainment for the benefit of Pother Dempseys hotel ill St Louis A division is being organized In Charleston and it Is said the next West Virginia State convention will be held in that city The divisions of Charleston S C are exerting every possible means tu make the parade on St Patricks lay the largest they have had for years West Virginia is awakening to the good the order has been doing elsewhere and as a result at least six cities will have new divisions within the next few months The Ladies Auxiliary of Nashua X H has built up considerably dur ing the past year At the last meet ing eight new members were initial ed and two applications received Division 1 of Hartford Conn held Its thirtyeighth annual bazaar on Wednesday and Thursday of this week Open house was kept with a concert entertainment anti dancing each evening The most pleasing feature of the recent visit of Editor Patrick J Haltigan to Wheeling was tho pres ence on the platform of Right Rev Bishop Donohue nnd n half dozen priests of the city Clubs of one hundred are being or- t ganized for initiation in several of the St Louis divisions Francis McCarthy President of Division 2 Is leading off with the first one which he says will be ready in March Over 300 people were in attendance at the public installation held by Division 3 at St Paul last week The programme Included an address by Judge Kelly Instrumental and vocal selections and readings with d bon quet following the ceremonies Tomorrow will be memorable for Iliberninnism in New Jersey Na tional President Cummings will visit Paterson and large contingents from all over the State will greet him In the evening he will lecture under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary flight acv Bishop Corrigan of Baltimore will be present In the sanctuary and pontificate during the celebration of the solemn high mass- at St Patricks church on March 17 The members of the order and the Ladies Auxiliary will turn out In a body tool tho celebration of the day will close with a grand banquet in the evening- A very flourishing condition is shown by the annual report of tin Allegheny County Auxiliary There are 1550 members in good standing over 12000 remains in the treasury and during the year 10000 was spent for sick funeral and charitable pur poses Five new divisions Have been organized und three more will probably be added before Marcia Iittsi burg is certainly goinggome A large class initiation combined with n banquet has been decided upon by Buffalo Hibernians as the most practicable and enjoyable plan for their St Patricks day observ ance The Initiation will take place March 15 when all candidates elected1 I dlvisions u exemplified I ing of March 17 the banquet willl take place at the Niagara Hotel when tier M F Fallon O M I on of tune most eloquent speakers of tin present tiny will respond to Tai Day We Celebra- teIIIISII MEiUOlUES And Church Records Will Surmount Almost Any Obstacle There Is one New York businessI man who Is firmly convinced tnat the records of tune Catholic church and an Irish womans memory form a combination that surmounts all obstacles Last week Thomas N Ward of New York came to Louis rifle to find out who he was and what had become of his sister lUlU brother More than thirty years ago when Mr Ward was a boy of seven his parents died in Louisville Ho remembered having n brother and a sister and that his people lived In LimerickOn arrival in Louisville he went to the Dominican convent anti told his troubles to one of the priests who brought forth the baptismal rec ords and showed his visitor when ho was born and baptized and the naines of his parents and sponsors The priest then advised lint to seekk further Information from one of the oldest parishioners Mr Ward could remember none of them See Mrs Catherine Foley at Seventh and York streets said the priest and Mr Ward went at once to her home tMrs Foley recognized him nt once although she Is eighty years old and had not seen him for nearly twenty five years She told him about his father and the maiden name of his mother convinced him that he was of thoroughbred Irish stock on both skies and told him where to find hU missing sister and brother Mr Ward wept with joy at her recital Next tiny he went to Owensboro and with tho aid of Mayor W M OBrien and the information furnished by Mrs Foley he found his sister who Is happlfy married to J Ruby Lehlgh an Owcnsboro merchant Since then he has located his brother None of them knew that the others were alive LADY ATTORNEY Miss Katie A Pfeffer of New Ali bany hiss been granted a certificate Qfc1aractertoradmilSlQn to the Kentucky bar Tt was granted by Judge Arthur Peter on motion of Judge Charles B Seymour one of the oldest and most erudite practitioners of law in Kentucky When Miss Pfeffer passes the necessary examin ation she will be the only lady atIffnrneyInLoubailenc SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Jlecordlng Secretary Thos Lawler FinancialSecretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan jSergenntatArms Andrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinanclahSecretaryJnoTleaneyTreasurerJoseph SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Suljivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G licsslon DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second nnd Fourth Mondays Bertram Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArnis John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Glcnson Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy YO nI I MACK1N COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Cln House 530 lwentyslxthStreett President Louis J Kleffer First Vice President ThosD dines Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWihiaFBurkeFinancial GiAdamsAdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott t Inside SentinelJ C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An drlott rATER Jltln o q Gs TodtG Completely Cured by Only H Bottle PUntersllIT zFeb27lD07 12 For about G years I was afflicted with week nerves the doctors could not help me so I went to an Bijlum tho doctor there sold my cava was weak nerves and that my stomach was allllcted I was treated therewith electricity bat was not tally cured as my means were ininulclent After haying returned home I ordered one bottle of Pester Koenlffi Nerve Tonic and after J Red completelyoSpringfield Ky March 6th 1903 My father suffered for 15 years with fits and 2 bottles Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic cured him entirely and it also cured my sister Bend mlt another bottle for one of my cousins who Iha suffering from the the same troubles I cannot myfatherrlt KATE TA6- aF A Valuable Book on Nor F REE patientVOU8 Diseases and a Sample Prepared by the REV FATHER Kogxio of Fort Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III tOO Lake Street Sold by Druggist r S t per Bottle 6 for 95 writ Size J1Jt 0 Bottle for SU MOTION PICTURKS COU1vanyhusthe Casino Princess and Columbia next week Clever comics clean dramatics interesting educational subjects and scenic pictures with new lectures songs nUll music will furnish a programme of real enjoy ment to the thousands who visit these popular amusement places MASONIC Williams and Walker producers of original and melody in their New Bandanna Land will be next weeks attraction at the Masonic Theater This production is said to bo a real novelty In negro humor and melody written staged and played entirely by colored people HOPKINS TIIEATKH Nothing will be larking in the good qualities and varied features of the pictures that will be seen at the Itopkins Theater next week The programmes arranged by Manager Dustin never fall to please while Harry Browns song lilts receive en core after encore COLISEUM Large gatherings continue at the Coliseum the Lest skating rink in this part of the country and the only one in this city The novel and comic features provided every week are decidedly with spectators as well as skaters- MACAULEYS t Opening with a matinee Monday the famous opera The Merry Widow comes to Macauleys for the first three nights of next week Rose mary Olosz who made the title role famous in New York will be the Merry Widow To remove old paint wet thin place with naphtha repeating as often Us necessary but frequently one appli cation will disaol e the paint AH acorn as It IIB softened rub the surface clean tar a a IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Event Culledl From Exchanges dralaeryShotthe building were destroyed by fire The Dingle Hoard of Guardians has passed resolutions that the business of the board be translated as far as possible In the national language The death of Mrs Catherine Flood regrettedthroughout tallied the ago of eightysix years Plight men were sentenced to two months in Kllmainhum for taking part in n daring cattle drive from the lands of Patrick Lestrange at DysartA of votes nt Fermoy for election to the Urban Council showed Phillip Troy 258 and William Troy 250 and the former was dew Glared elected Belfast linen manufacturers arc out for better terms Cheerful feel ing prevails the trade with tha States Canada and Cuba showing steady improvement excitinglIscuslonat Jloscoimnon District Council to have all the roads in the district maintained by direct labor expectationsDooley James II Deegan anti Joseph Duthie have again been reelected members of the A thy Urban District CouncilA industry a boot factory UI to be soon started at Manorhamil ton County Lcltrlm C J Dolnn n the head of the enterprise which has the encouragement of the Bishop of Kilmore Judge Overend was presented with white gloves at the Magherafell quarter sessions which he said was the second presentation within a short period This speaks well for County Derry The death in Llsmore of Carthng Healy has occasioned the deepest regret in that town Deceased was the youngest son of the late Maurice Hcaly Clerk of Llsmore Union and a brother of T M Ilealy Mr P The Beady Urban Council lad a stormy scene at the election for McBridebtthe only was Tnnderngee T OWelll was the unan imous choice for another term Condy Boyle of Dungloe who re away was close on one hundred years old lIe had been court crier at the Donegal quarter sessions for over seventyfive years and an interpreter for Irish speaking witnesses for a like period Two Armagh old ago pensioners named John Uprichard and Charles LurganThedressing himself before proceeding to the postoffice while the latter had actually drawn his five shilling Judge Wakely nt the Boyle quarter sessions where there were only two cases for trial referred to im provements in the Court louse and said when ho entered court he thought he was going Into heaven compared to what the condition of the Court House was previously Hale und hearty and in full pos session of all her faculties is Mrs Hannah MeKennn who lives at Ballygnwley County Tyrone and who two weeks ago celebrated her one hundredth birthday She Is smart anti active and able to thread u needle without the aid of glasses She has always been of a healthy disposition and attributes her longevity to her mode of living plenty of sunshine an abundance of plain healthy food milk porridge and potatoes AFTER EASTER Central Committee Will Hold C K of A Annual Reception The Central Committee C 1C of A met last Friday night with President John Schalda occupying the chair and a splendid attendance After the meeting hind been formally opened Delegate Charles Hill of St Marys branch stepped forward and present ed the President with a handsome gavel made from different kinds of wood and appropriately decorated In making the presentation Delegate Hill said he hoped President Schalda would wield it with satisfaction to the members and for the general success of the order The presenta tion Delegate Mills address and President Schaldas remarks were each received with applause William M Higgins Chairman of the Enter tainment Committee reported that his committee desired to recommend that the annual entertainment to 1ha given under the auspices of the Cen tral Committee should be held on tic first Wednesday following Easter Hunday The report of the commit tee was adopted without n dissenting tote In behalf of the Ritual Com mittee William T Meehan reported ttliat plans for the new ritual were Complete and ready for exemniifien Aion This report was also adopted I Eugene McCarthy and non fleck 1 inn were appointed members of thcteli v4ress Committee Under tho head of good and welfare of the various branches Capt Gus Kane made an Instructive talk and ono that met with tho approval of the various branches Before adjourning Branches C4J antI 32 reported several now applica tions with more In prospect HAltOAIN FOlt SOMEHODY The White City one of Louisvilles popular places of amusement will be sold at the Court House door by Commissioner E L Williams on Monday March 8 The sale Is to satisfy a claim for 18970340 The White City Company recently mode an assignment for the benefit of Its creditors PANS GREAT YEAR First FanNineteen hundred and nine Is to be a great year for baseS ball Second inUoVla yon make that out lJ First FanElII1 enough T oeint Iit have two nines In It li 3 For Your furniture Wants I I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best I JAMES GREENE425 427 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