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LI II L I KENTucKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXII NO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS c TRIBUTE I To Father Corby Will Be Last ingMonument to Irish Brigade Bronze Tablet on Battlefield of Gettysburg to Bo I Erected Gave Absolution to Thousands ot Dying on Historic Ground I A POINEER OF NOTRE DAME A movement has been started iii Philadelphia to erect a monument on the battlefield of Gettysburg to the Rev William Corby C S C1 who served as a Chaplain through the civil war It is the intention of those most nearly interested that the monument shall stand everlastingly as a tribute to the strong devotion of the Catholic priests to tlte- soldiers during the terrible years 6f civil strife and incidentally com memorate one of the most striking acts of religion that ever took ylace on any battlefield tne giving of general absolution to a whole brigade just before they entered the battle The Gettysburg Memorial Commis sion which has as President Gen St Clair Mulholland who was an officer is the regiment of which Father Corby was phaplnln has the erection of the monument in hand and is push ing the project vigorously The plan already has the warm endorsement of Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Bishop Shana ban of HarrIsburg and Bishop Cane vln of Pittsburg all of whom wero among the earliest contributors In his letter commending the action of the Commission Archbishop Ryan said I heartily provo of the movement to perpetuate by a permanent monument the Interesting incident of Father Corbj by giving the blcssing of the church to the brave members of the Irish Brignue as they were marshalled to fight thel soIelpedthe nation The cene of the Catholic priest blessing these soldiers will re main symbolic of the relations of Catholics to tho State They will pray for iklilltfort it and help by I word and deed to preserve iCii1eg rity The commission will entrust the modeling of the statue to Samuel I Murray a sculptor of eminence injI Philadelphia who was the sculptor jj the Barry statue in that city and I who designed anti executed the I memorial arch erected by the State of Pennsylvania to soldiers of thatII Commonwealth who fell at GeltyB burg The statue of Father Corby will be of bronze eight feet high and will represent him giving absolu tion The priest will be shown wear ing the uniform of a Captain of cavalry which was his rank It la the hope of tile commission that the statue will be ready for unveiling on July 10 1010 when the grand memorial arch will be dedicateet l At the beginning of the war Father Corby was appointed ns Chaplain of the Eightyeighth Xew York Infantry one of the regiments of the Irish Brigade Previous to Ids appointment to the Chaplaincy Father Corby was serving ns it professor lit the University of Notre name then struggling for an exist once in the woods of Indiana When the first gun was fired on Port Sumter and war was declared the Rev Father Edward Sorin C SIC fptmderipf Notre Dome called his young priests about him and said there would be need of Chaplains for time soldiers Although be could ill spare from their duties in the new college any of his young professors ho believed it was a patriotic obligation to make sacrifices In order that Catholic soldiers might have the benefits of the priest in fighting for the Union Accordingly he chose six of the priests and sent them away with his blessing nnd with those re maining he took up the added duties created by the departure of the six professors Father Corby was one of these six who left Notre Dame Ills career during the war has been modestly told in n volume by himself called Memoirs of n Chap lains Life He served with fine ef feet during the entire struggle and merited the praise of l1UI6 com manders whom he met to say noth lag of the love lIe inspired in the hearts of Me men in the ranks When the war was over ho returned io Notre Dame antI resumed his place as professor He was twice Profit dent of the university and nt the time of his death in 1807 he was Provincial of his order In America The battle flag of the Irish Brigade was presented to the university few years before he died the living officers and men declaring that this precious relic should be preserved near the spol whicrqihived their olrt Chaplain who had loved and minis tered to tIle men who fought beneath it The Irish Brigade was organized utter the retreat if Off the Federal troops at Bull Run and took part In nearly all the battles of the war It originally numbered five thousand men but onlya frwl1l1ntlrtHltn turned to their homes when peace Was proclaimed BO Desperately dm these brave Irish Catholics Uattln for the country In which they hail found a home The brigade was fortunate in Its leader the brilliant Gen Thomas Francis Meagher one of the most gallant soldiers who ever drew sword on the battlefields of America It was the proud boas qt the brigade that they never lOt II flag and never showed their backsE1 Ia J CiaI to tho enemy Whenever a desperate situation confronted Generals Sum nor JUchardson Hancock Porter and Miles who in turn commanded the First division Second corps to which the brigade was attached they called on the men with sprigs of green in their baits to save the situation und they were never disap pointed Amdftg many of their notable achievements was the cap hire of the Sunken toads known ns Bloody Lane for which they were specially mentioned in the dis patches by McCIcllan the saving of the right wing of the army nt Galnes rublicly the battle of Fredericksburg the brigade entered the battle 3000 strong and when the conflict was over only 250 of these brave soldiers cOtild answer the roll call The brigade was almost wiped ottt of ex istence on that day The officer detailed to bury the dead on that terrible occasion found flic soldiers of the Irish Brigade lying within forty yards ot the enemys guns Such was the valor of Irish Catholics dur- Ing the civil war and to such men was Father Corby known as time glorious priest FA1K DEALINGL- President Roosevelt Commended by an Eminent Priest President Roosevelt received the Rev Father A P Doyle rector of the Apostolic Mission House and twenty five young Catholic clergymen at the White House on Saturday of last week The Presidents reception ot the visitors was very cordial and In atherDosayWith ma take the opportunity of this audience the last that will probably be given to us while you are our present Chief Executive to acknowledge nets whereby you have manifested nn evenhanded justice to time Catholic citizens of the United States Catholicism as such has never asked for any special favors under the consti tution They have desired simply and solely that they be treated as other good citizens and that no dis crimination be made against them on account of their religion During the scptcnnnte that you lave occupie1 the Presidential chair you have been the living embodiment of this prin ciple and while we are authorized in sense to speak for the Catholic body still it is quite possible to reflect in an informal and unofficial way the gratitude of the 22000000 Catholics of America who live under the flag of this honest fearless square dealing which you have meted out to the Catholic citizens of this 1rtm1nIn so dealing with our citizens without discrimination you have set- a standard that the Presidents who youJournelngprayers will follow you that you may bodythroughstrengthened In true Americanism by your observance of conditions else where The President thanked his visitors for their expressions of good will ALEXS REWARD Faithful Services of Engineer Remembered by Gov Wlllson Miss Alice Cronln has been appointed one of the clerks with the Stito Board of Equalisation at Frankfort She is only eighteen years old and Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Abac M Cronin of 1213 Gnrvin Place More than twenty years ago lion Augustus E Willson espoused iJiu cause of union labor before the Ken tucky Legislature at the request of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Mr WHlsons activity and ability made many former Democrats among the engineers vote the Republican ticket in national politics In 1800 Alex M Cronin or- ganIzed the employes of the L and N from Cincinnati to New Orleans for McKinley and better wages amI was general manager of the tralnft that went to Canton Ohio October 17 1890 carrying more than 3000 workingmen from the Louisville Nashville Railroad Companys shops at New Orleans New Decatur fir mlnghnm Memphis Nashville Louis ville and Covington Mr Cronin is one politician that has never sought an office arid one who never forgets n friendly act lJrJlhtnndattraetlYe uate of Holy Name School South Louisville where tIme Rev Father John T QConnor presides She is the first lady to win a place In con nection with the State Board WARM AVELCOME The Right Rev Bishop Muldoon is I being warmly received wherever he appears In his new diocese of flock f ford Iii Recently he made his first episcopal1 visit to the city of Belvl dere and was ncdorded an en operahouseon behalf of Iho Mmtstcrlnr Associa tion was made by Bev W L Brittln Mayor Pjorce and many other prom- Inent non CaUJolics joined in the welcome IIRILtJANT In1IMAN Tomorrow John J Nolan will take the oath of offica as tayor of Evans ville Ihcli He U now time City Comp troller and In Southern Indiana Is regarded aa pn j Qftle fliatfrtest Irishmen that erer eame over lie is a man of tandlnif In business circles iii prominent In the Ullss end in Cath otc societies ami well liked by the Qerroani He will probably be elect eil to W1eCh1iimef at the eni of the preMnt tern 4- w T WORTHY Is the Cause In Which Our Right Reverend Bishop Appeals For Aid Indian and Negro Missions Are Sadly in Need ot Funds- CohlectlonsatDiocesaii Churches Tomorrow Will Be Generous AN EXAMPLE IN THE SOUTH acorgeMeCloskeyordered a collection to be taken up at all tho masses In the churches ot the diocese tomorrow for the Indian and negro missions Besides lIe has requested the pastors of the respective parishes to urge their flock tto contribute as liberally ns their incans will allow In Kentucky the Indians arc only of the past but the negroes are always before our eyes and to those who need real live ob ject lessons the case of the unfortunate negroes is one that ought to make a strong appeal The red- man was here before the white man The latter came und drove him out of his possessions The white man came of his own accord but the negro came not voluntarily but as tho slave of the white man Ho has a soul to be saved as well ns has the white man and it Is the duty of his more fortunate white brother to help him save that soul Along these lines the editor of the Colored Mans Friend published nt Galveston Texas recently wrote Some time ago we met on a train a lawyer of one of the smaller towns of this State with wliom we have been personally acquainted for some years After the usual handshake and greeting this lawyer began to talk on time negro question and said among other thingsI I have long wanted to tell you something which I know will interest you as well as other Catholics We hare a settlement of colored Cath olics about fifty or sixty families between three and four miles from our town These people came from Louisiana and whilst most of them are renters there are several why have succeeded In buylnar a niece o- f1ThrPfliififlt I derlvI respectful toward thelr white neighbors and their conduct Is such that until now we have not had a case In court from the whole colony Tho difference between these negroes and others living in and around our town Is like day and night and I have often been wonder- Ing what could be the cause of such difference I have come to the con religIon such good people4 You have just lilt the nail on the head wo interrupted him it Is the Catholic religion which changes the negro Into a different man I Hut the lawyer continued If this is the ease and your church Jis aware of It why does it not maks more efforts toward the conversion of the race Colored people of this kind are welcome everywhere and we tire trying to get ns many of them as colonySuch of a Protestant Southerner about Cath chic negroes Should this not be an lucrative to our Catholics to support the colored missions and assist every way possible In the work of eon version nnd uplifting of the race The appeal of our Right Rev Bishop will doubtless meet with as gemrous response ns the purses of the people perni- ItSPLEN11D TRIBUTE Able Editors Respect Men of Opposite Views In Warfare Newspaper editors may oppose each other on the firing line day after day but the real editors re spect each other personally and admire the fellows who fight fair Hear this tribute from the editor ot HcnryWattersonElasticity of mind and Lempera ment has been the mastertrait of Henry Wattorson Often wo have jested about this veteran because the high spirits in which he abounds are contagious hut now that the hand of fate Is on lila humor is1 furthest from the mood Into Which ungelTeathiloved son his daughter hind gono be fore and now the warrior given notice to the country that his own days for general gatherings are at an end He describes himself as stranded anti helpless rind wholly unequal to any kind of publicity As he sits and watches the changing colors of tho gulf Mr Wattiirsoh must tind iu the measureless waters nail their refrains ever returning and returning the summaries of destinyDoes sun shine on me today that I may reflect on yester day It is Goethes question pro pounded many a time by every mOll who thinks at all May Henry Wat terson rebound from the blows with which fate has stricken hulL May lIe be able from very misery Itself to draw something of courage and of hew determination Personal de sire must weaken with each succeed lug lesson which time and chance visit upon the sojourner in this vale but there remains licking in itself the value of the eh Ice the way that is best and html sending friendly greetings to Hear Watterson we would fain slip Iii a little ray of hopea wish that l r some years yet time ever gallant vi Her should hold lila active postG nerations of men follow even as bi ows in the sea yet we would 1 hlsh our own moment ns complc elr8S we may nnd therefore we soldiers like Wntterson in line of battle to the end SCRCYI If Appears to Be the Motto ot Our Present Keiorm City Administration t j I If a Burglar visits You Say Nothing A out It in Piitflic JL Police and Dci Powerlessiljyk to Prevent liatiilciuic ot IBurglaries ALL LOOKING FOiUlFTED LIDS 1b Louisville Is suiferlng from an epidemic of burglaries and tho police and detective seem powerless to prevent them af some saloon keepers are foolish enough to open their doors to cttstc mcrs on Sunday the police and detectives are Tfohn nlesonthespot lhiey eveIi peep through Iceyhioles tt obtain qvklenco against alleged lidililftcrs but when the busy burglars ljurgle the police and detectives appe ir to bo in bed or hitched to a pot far from the scene of burglrlom niAivity IThero are also rumors ot defection in the fire department Recently the brother of a county official who held gotintofortunate woman ftife said to be re sponsible for the trouble He re signed In a huff toio matter was never made public flic hits been re instated and that hits not been pub 1teivztiiiideathe city administration Four or live weeks ago the res idence of nn L arid N Railroad Com panJ employe iii thiejhcoutiiern part of- thieJ city WIIS entefl by thieves and iti Citi t Vllk L ot car- awayumii flibRlOTd Ills troubles at police headquarters and he was told If you want to get your stuff back dont say anything about this to the newspaper men Ho remained silent but there arc no signs of his property coming back Bourne Bonds place almost hictmilqmiaitershas time police cautioned secrecy II1 J Lammerts place at 1601 West Market street was entered Monday awayjewelryvalue of 800 In describing this saysThe curred is but a halfblock from th2 residence of Acting Capt Foster and two blocks from the Fourth dis net police station After the robbery Foster and two men alleged to be detectives visited Lambert and said that the best way for him to1 recover his jewelry was to keep the newspapersThe ofAppealKThe reformers have made a mess of things They accused the old management of the Louisville Water Company of mismanagement nnd rottenness They brought agents of a New York auditing agency to Louis ville to straighten uiugs ont and to lightTheseDemocratic management a clean bill of health In return they did not expectedProbably anytIming ers dismissed twenty policemen without trial Tho police carried the matter to the Kentucky Court of Appeals Time policemen were sustained The reformers sought to SlnldnglgoodjohsI of Appeals has sustained their con tention This will give another am bit ions thought less Illustrious Rich ard reason to solilloqulze One woe doth tread upon anothers heels so fast they fohiow- QUESTION OF DIPLOMACY The Italians arc much wrought up over the Intended visit of Brcsident Roosevelt to Rome Rumor has it WillienterPope Puts would give thin this tinguished American a warm wel come So also would KInK Victor manuel but the question is who will receive the first visit Pope or longerbebut every American believes lIe will show proper diplomacy when he visits tho homo of tho Caesars MOTHER OK SENATORS After March 4 the Sf81of Missis sippi will have seven native born sons in the United States Senate n show InK which even Maine time nursery of statesmen must regard with re spectI The seven include MisniaalpplR own Senators Jfeewrg Money and McLaurin antI Senators Clark of Arkansas Ooreof Oklahoma halley ofTen Newlands of Nevada and Chamberlain the jityf Democratic SenatoV front Oregona I r F WOE WOE That Is All That Is Before Liberals anti Radicals at Present Premier Asqtilths Power Is Shaken Before time Wind of Politics The Radicals Have Possible But Improbable Chance to Win IRISH ARE STILL COMPLACENT Asquith as a Prime Minister has of course the final word but As qulth is a shaken reed for time Radicals to lean on He has never yearsAthe middle class he suddenly found himself in time atmosphere of London society and that has ruined ninnya good Radical before So speaks T 1 OConnor in his Chicagolribnnesame line Thus one by one the Radicals have been diminished in number and in power until the Cab GeorgeJohn ston Churchill A trifling honor has turned the heads of less brainy men titan As quith Time Irish In America wonder what will happen should similar or higher honors come to George Morley Burns or ChurchillI Says OConor again Of all this Ireland Is for the moment an Inter estedand apathetic obsorvcr It is too absorbed in its own affairs and difficulties Time situation as tense The feeling of disquiet has become universal and unless the House of Lords and the landlords accept nil rolls lull It Is Impossible to say what violent outburst of revolt may come Time landlords are talking loud and for the moment are doing their best to convince Blrrell that they will have nought to do with his measure How much of this is bluff it is difficult to say nut the curious state of affairs in the Liberal ranks with the growth of jingo feelings in England with the uncertain pros peels of all English parties it is dif 1WMlOMIrOlth4- out though the probabilities arc that It will reap some advantage for it has Its best chance when the con flicts of English parties are so keen as to make them both suppliants for Irish help This able correspondent however does not see where Ireland Is to Jose pajershaecious pictures of Ireland represent ing a country given over to murder and rebellion This aspect of the future relations hroughttoagow Time Irish have barely 2000 votes and Gibson Bowles the Liberal candidate cnn not win in any case hut defeat is certain without time Irish vote In Dublin recently a solemn de cision was reached to put to every questionsFlrst liament and the Irish Executive Second willIe make this the leading issue at the next general election questionaisIrish vote and no compromise now is possibleProbably the Liberal candidate now will accept the new situation but in case any will not the Irish will glvlag bery wing of the Ministry DUTY CALLS And the Right Rev Abbot Goes to Visit Holy Land On Thursday the Right Rev Ed mond M Obrecht Abbot of Gcth semnne left for time iloly Land Ho left Louisville on Friday spent sev eral days In New York anion Thurs day sailed for Havre After some time spent in Franco time Abbot expects to go as ordered to Palestine where he will inspect the monasteries of his order Easter ho expects to spend in Rome On his return to America Fathor Obrecht will ba accompanied by the Right Rev Bishop Augustine M Marre General of time Trapplst order There are four houses of the order in America and Bishop Marre will In all probability take Abbot Obrecht with him on his tour of Inspection ST1UCTLY BUSINESS I 4ISession Considering time weather and the proximity of Lent the meeting of Division IA 0 IL Monday night I was ablg success President Hen ncssy wielded time gavel compli mented the members on their attendance and reminded them that it Yashmlngtonsbirth ryuallllIanjuries and John Martin William J Rcardon and James Lyons were add ed to time sick list The division donated liberally toward the repainting of the statues In St Louis Bertrnnds church John P Ilcllon MIchacl Ruhan and Thomas Langnn were warmly greeted when they made their respective appearances after long absence from Thomllslyncheffort to secure fifty new members before St Patricks day State Sec retary William J Connelly made a talk along the same line and urged every member to hustle to build up IrishhlstorchapterivihimeetingIt ment immediately alter Lent anti time following committee was named to make the arrangements David Reilly W J Connelly Thomas FlnhlveI John P Hcllon Robert Mitchell Stephen T McElllott William Bennett George Hnckmillcr Thomas Lnngnn and Tames Keanc LAUDS ITALIANS Captain of Relief Ship Celtic Tells About Mes sina Heroes cnbicgramifromim Cnpt HuzI commander of the Celtic the relief shut sent by President itnosevolt and the people of tn UnitedI States has had all his preju mikes against time people of Southern laIrI and Sicily removed lie was also prejudiced against the organization of the work of excavating relief and 11011On the partof the Italian authorities Cnpt lutz has since been on the spot and has revisited most of the stricken districts and mixed with the people interrogating many timid has reached the conclusion that no country could have done more or better lie especially Is pleased with the admirable service rendered by the army and navy As bad as everything is along the Calabrian coast it was Messina according to the commander of the Celtic which was the scat of the greatest trouble An army Captain told Cnpt Huz lie had spent a whole night with n force of twenty men In rescuing one woman but that it was absolutely Impossible at that rate to dig out the 50000 persons buried in the ruins under the most favorable cir cumstances within the first three or four days after the disaster A few more lives might have been saved but that would have been at the expense of all the organized work antI would have created infinitely moro suffering nnd could not possibly havo JWv rrlt8ttH3U0n trit was n situation which Tfttiett Captlimizthe 1 Italian army and navy that so successful a policy was adopted Vis itors to Messina have charged that they saw sailors amid soldiers doing nothing when they might have been at rescue work Those critics did not consider that a man must restthat human endurance has its limits It is cruel and outrageous to say that these gallant men did not work bravely conscientiously and effi ciently to the best interests of the earthquake sufferers JIEAL FORTITUDE Catholic Doctrine Is Sooth er of the Greatest Griefs A firemans post being sometimes as dangerous as n soldiers New York City provides for fire department chaplains Filthier William S Smith Chaplain of the New York firemen has a warm place in the hearts of the men This episode will illustrate his instant intuition of the right thing at a crisis when souls mire tried by tribulation A nina was killed in a fire Father Smith was charged to break the news to his widow On recognizing him she immediately concluded that something had occurred Oh Father has my husband been Injured Is he dead The woman then broKe down and became hys terical and beyond control There was also present a reporter who tried to calm her but without sue cess Leave her to me saM Father Smith He then told the woman to kneel with hunt and recite the Our Father Thej knelt and when they laid reached the words Thy tvihi lie done on earth as it Is in heaven the full Import of them came upon her and actual understanding as to their meaning She lrnInSis dead Gods will be done liT PATRICKS nAY IN LONDON People of the Irish race in London ate preparing to celebrate St Pat ricks ilmytvitlm a banquet at the Hotel Cecil on the night of March 17 lion John E Redmond leader of the Irish party in Parliament will preside and his colleagues Messrs Me Veagh Ryan Walsh Woods Burko and Fitzgerald will speak These annual celebrations mire llooked forward to by London Irishmen because they bring together many who never meet at any other season of time year Time Chairmans speech on St Patricks night Is as important to time Irish an time Prime Ministers speech at time Lord Mayors banquet in November COL VIIITESIDE IMPROVES II Wliitesldc proprietor of one of the largest bakeries Jn time South has rallied front the operation for throat tr t bleRBdwl11be removed from Kqrtpn Infirmary to his home in Jeffersfnvlle next we kIliIJphyHlciane say unit he is convalescing raPl1Iy aml almnnmmmmc that lila cure w1ft be permanent ENCOURAGED I Success of Division 3s Last Social Encouraged the Members Able Addresses Were Made 1 ty Many Visitors and Members Bright Prospects Enthuse All to Greater Efforts in time Future SOME OLD FAMILIAR NAMES byDivisionThmtmrsdayimightprouloimmicetiinLotmisvhilewhlloJeffersonIIIe appreciationof lent Patrick T Sullivan presided at meetingand rapidlyas hadbeenworkMnmlTIIII1ISmemoherclalStrotarfull receiving dues n J Coleman was called to the chair to preside over the social session which he did with the greatest unction He introduced At thathea speech but to hear others speak and to partake of the refreshments In his explanation he delivered a- very happy amid n stirring address He said lIe was both surprised and gratified at the large attendance which Indica tedtmctivlty and progress on time part of time members After surveying the faces of those present he said he hind decided to say a few words because ho felt that George J Butler James Harry William iM higgins Tames Cole man and Patrick T Sullivan would continue to make Irish anti fiber nian speeches after they reached heaven Ho intended to have hiim say now Mr Walsh spoke enchantingly about those who pushed time order and told of time good qualities o- f4hTiTtImnvt mccii et wheelhorses in Louisville Hibernian circles Ho praised those who had loft their cosy homes to walk through slop and bad weather to Hibernian meetings Men like this he said Instilled time real feeling nt brotherly love nnd inculcated sentiments that were the foundation of HlbernianiHin Time younger men were Inspired by the example of their elders and became better Irishmen and better American citizens Hibernians care not for the man with wealth except to know that lIe is a true Irishman and that he is doing the duties of the station in which God has placed him It was this class he said that formed the stable foundation of the Govern ment Michael McDermott amid Charles Cnllnhnn representatives of Division 4 made brief addresses and invited all present to attend their meetings Tames P fairy was called upon for a speech limit Instead read an inter esting chapter on the life of Robert Emmet State President George J Butler welcomed the visitors on belmlf of the division and said the large at tendance indicated a rosy outlook lie said additions to the divisions allover the State were being con stantly made and announced that tthe time had arrived to organize more thoroughly President Butler also spoke encouragingly for time teaching of Irish history in time jmrochlal schools Time work lIe sail was progressing In Kentucky as elsewhere in the United State and this work would eventually lead selfil spoke about the banquet to be hell at the Gait House on St PatrIck day President Thomas Kcennn of Division i 1 County Vice President Toe Lynch Patrick Holley oncofthQ old Presidents of Division 3 and James Coleman ft veteran member of the division nnd for several yearn State Secretary of time order made short but Interesting talks Nicholas Sheridan who had been absent for some ttime said ho felt like the prodigal son Former County Presl dent Thojnns Quinn made dhumor ills address and Lawrence Mackey spoke words of encouragement to the splendid Martin Sheehan who secured tho greatest number of members during the past year came In for a fair share of laudation John Kenney of Joffersonvillc told how glad he was to be there and others who spoke were Dun Dougherty John Hession Tames Doran Phil Cnvanaugh iMI T1 lord John Knln James McCue and Tom Kennedy The last named speaker predicted that Division 3 wquld be Ithe hammer division In the city Officer Patrick T 3tiiiiCimi Tom McCarthy and Tames Trestonalip 1 made brief addresses Five nev ap plications were received during time evening and refreshments Were served with lavish hiunKI OAPT1 iAN HANKS CUBS Capt Calvin BJagfr pne of the beit onUiItSamI11 nut street several days this week dhd 7on Wednesday lleft for New Orleans wltha large coal fleet r u n s I i ir KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAI T I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM t Devoted to the Social and Moral Advmceaement of Irish Americans aid Catholcs Officially 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 sc iiEntered it the Loulivllle Poitotflce II SeceadCluo flitter Address all Cunmaalcitlooi to jke KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Greet SI a UNION TRACES lABEl COUNCIL n LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1909 TIMELY PHILIPPIC That the Catholic church wields influence was never more In cldenceII than today One example L I r suffice Archbishop Farley de nounced the moral tong of some of the present stage productions nnl Immediately the New York papers mad magazines applauded His Draco Since then newspapers elsewhere have taken up the cudgel In defense of decency on the stage The Herald of Syracuse says- Archbishop Farleys attack InPIs sermon of Sunday last on some of the plays that arc occupying the boards in New York City has aroused l- an Interest that may fairly be called sensational He characterized them as orgies of obscenity The Arch bishop did not specify the objection able plays and for this he has been criticized on the ground that his indictment might injure reputable playhouses The average newspaperman will not be at a loss to under stand the reason why the Archbishop deemed it advisable to name no names Ir he had blazoned the list from his pulpit it would have raised to an Irresistable pitch the curiosity of a certain class of playgoers It would have meant a rushing business for each of the discredited theaters and the managers of the orgles ol indecency would have laughed ir their sleeves It is a similar consid eration that often restrains news papers from condemning plays that richly deserve it As a moral teacher however the Archbishop was constrained to give expression to his righteous indignation and we do not believe that the decent and wholesome drama has anything to fear from his justifiable philippic That it was justifiable is pretty convincingly demonstrated by tit statement of Charles M Burnham President of the Theatrical Man agers Asoclation of the metropolis in which he deplores the filthiness of certain plays now running in that t city Mr Uurnhnm does not specify theplays niiy niorb than the Archbishop but there are said to be five or six of them Of course the managers of the offensive plays are out with their familiar defense and apology to the effect that dramatic pabulum of this obnoxious character is supplied because there is an active demand for it The same kind of excuse might be offered by the keeper of a gambling or immoral resort or by an utterer of counterfeit money It is tantamount to defending theatrical vice on the ground that theatrical vice is profitable It is all a disheartening revelation of depraved social taste Nevertheless the influx ence of men like Archbishop Farley is the chief reliance for its ultimate amendment L USE 01 PROFANITY rrheglutton jeats too much f1 feels that he has some satisfaction r So does the intemperate roan who drinks too much The lazy man K enjoys Isis sloth The lewd nni lascivious get certain physical satisfaction from their sins The murderer thinks he has avenged a d wrong and is satisfied The employer who pays his employes not what f they are worth but what he can get them for gets a certain satisfaction out of his greed for gold even though he knows he is guilty of one t of the sins crying to heaven for vengance Yet there is one sin greater than all these more common and at the same tlmo one that yields no satisfaction to the man who commits it What satisfaction what recompense can the profane man F holyFto witness idle statements anysort of profanity or obscenity has na pant in the scheme of human existence 1be Catholic church has always combatted this evil Before the dawn of the Christian era God gave the commandments to Moses on Mount Sinai and the second was Thou snalt not take the name of the Lord thy God Jn Tain The Holy Name Society was particularly organized to combat this evil and during the last thirty years has done a great work Here in Louisville we have only one branch of the society In the New England and Eastern States there are branches in nearly every parish AVhy should the West and the South allow The Eastern States to hare ft monopoly on gfentUmanllaeesV KJ gentleman will swear SPOKE TO NOKOATHOUOS r TThe Right Rev BUlMp Zeaaeoflh- eyeane Wyo dellwed a eerier of u ail lectures to noi Cathblicsat Denver Col and it is estimated that no lest than 50100 persons heard his Instructive remarks on the various nights The series was under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus of Denver Old prejudices were destroyed and many good people who had erroneous notions regarding the church learned to take a broader and more comprehensive view ot Catholic doctrine Bishop Keanos efforts were appreciated by Catholics and nonCatholics alike- 111LCOMF IIOMK ifvery American Ought to feel a pride in the return of the fleet after its circumnavigation of the globe after a voyage of fourteen months The voyage was accomplished without any untoward incident or unfortunate disaster and it was an educational trip to officers and seamen More than thatIt was a lesson to both younger and older nations because it taught them that American dc things The appearance of the battleship fleet and the behavior of men and officers In the various ports did more to impress the natives with American power ami dignity than our entire diplomatic ServiceCoy Wlllson will be reminded very soon that he has made a mistake just as wiser men have made mistakes Ho has appointed II number of delegates to a Child Laboi Conference of the Southern States which is to be held at New Orleans March 20 30 and 31 He failed tc name as delegate even one Louisville man who has sons or daughters working in factories lIon William Jennings Bryan in an interview at Denver announced that he was a tentative candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination In 1912 He bids fair to make 10Q000 a year as a tentative candidate and the people will be satisfied if he continues to be no more Uucandidatei 1 i Those in charge of the famous liberty bell at Philadelphia refuse to allow it to be taken to Seattle Wash lest the cracks in the metal will grow larger and tho boll split Sn twain The bell did good work and its reverbatlons on July 4 1770 are still sounding in the ears ot tyrants The latest news from Berlin la that Kaiser WIlhelm is intent upon finding work for lila surplus ot noblemen In Germany in the wilds of Africa Does he think they arc up to Hoosevelts standard or Is ha patterning after the great American President The Louisville Evening Test has not replied to the call for a show down In the courageous and efficient record of Robert Foster Often silence ic golden Louisville lost a public Eplrite1t citizen in the death of Nathan At Url As Oliver oOldsmtth would say Ho served his country and he loved his kin- dWISELY CIIOSEN Were the Directors of the Catholic Womans Club On Monday The members of the Catholic Womans Club held the annual elec tion of directors on Monday night at the club house 615 West Walnut street The new directors are Mes dames P S Cans Edwartl OConnor urphyCharlesMaggieJudgeby the directors Monday afternoon gaggleJudgeassume the duties of President The Catholic Womans Club was organized about seven years ago and the late lamented Father Bouchet was the prime mover and gave the organization much time and attention Since then similar nations lucre been formed on similar lines in various cities and all are working well THE ELOQUENT IRISH The well known journalist W T Stead in a recent magazine article pays the following tribute to Irish oratory The Irish are much the most eloquent of the Englishspeak ing natl nsEven in America Will lam J Bryan is of1 the Irish descent In the eighteenth century thee great Burke fiberlParliamentary orators i tlan Grattari Curran Flood were alli Irish In the nineteenth Pluskett I Shlel OConnoll Magee A M Saul via and Sexton aWetyfld In the fronts I I rank In the present Parliament John It Redmond T P OConnor end I T jtleotlepeak I 4L r iiS0GIETV I Mrs U I Nugent and children have gone to Florida to spend a month Mrs J J Danahy of Indianapolis is the guest of Mrs W T Spealc for a few days Miss Lizzie Ball of New Haven Ito here to spend several weeks with friendsI s j f Miss Annie McGlH will arrive home next week after spending fortnight In New York City Miss Loretta Fitzglbbon anti Francis Fitzgibbon stave returned from a visit to Shclbyvllle Thomas Hogan of Southu Louisville left Sunday for New Orleans to wit ness the Mardi chits festivities Mrs J P Connor of South Louis vllle has been spending the week with relatives at Bardstown Miss Mary Collof Jeffcrsonvllle has gone to Terre Haute where sin Is the guest of Miss Edna Wright Miss Ollie Cambron spent ash week at New Haven us tho guest If her cousins Misses Rebecca and Ten nte Nevitt ln1illIeton where she Is the guest of Mrs H N Cook Col Harry B Driver his wIre ant little son William returned home 01 Monday after a pleasant stay nt Wes Baden Springs W Simpson a prominent citizen of llussellvllle was this week the guest of John W and Tames Simpson of 4112 Third street Miss Mary Winifred Speak enter taincd Friday night in honor of Mis lEthel Pruitt n charming visitor iron Columbus Ohio Mrs Mary McDevitt and her sons Coleman and Charles ore enjoyinf their stay in Tiiscon Ariz anti all are in excellent health Mrs T J OBrien and daughters Misses Mamie and Margaret win have been visiting friends In Indian apolls have returned home Mrs Michael Thornton and daugh ter of New Albany visited Mrs Thorntons brother Thomas They and his family at Cincinnati this weekCarl Newton mid bride who was Miss Nellie OBrien of Howan Park have returned front their wed ding trip and are at home to friendi on Miller avenue Miss Nellie Kenney of 2254 Frankfort avenue who has been serlouslj lit is convalescing rapidly and her friends expect her complete recovery I within a few days Mrs Ben J Sand of 2715 Banl street spent several days at Indian npolls this week While there she was the guest of friends and the guest of honorutsererat Tjoulal fnntfuons Mr and Mrs C E lager 112orth Twentieth street celebrated the first anniversary of their wedding last night Many of their friends called and were given n cordial reception Mrs George Ziz entertained at l1er Washlngtonsbirthday All hor guests enjoyed a good time and several handsome prizes were distributedMrs Oetken mother 01 Tohn Oetken of mew Albany has been seriously ill in her home in that city for several weeks but her many friends hope she will soon reach the convalescent state Mr and Mrs John Clark 1033 West Broadway entertained with a most delightful euchre and refreshments In honor of Miss Maggie Burke of Bowling Green who was last week the guest of Mr and Mrs John Held 1123 West Broadway Albert Binford and his sister Miss Irene iQinford went to New Orleans for the Mardl Gras festivities and are expected home next week Miss Binford spent the greater part of the winter at Ocean Springs Miss as the guest of Captain and Mrs JM Lowe iMIss Mario Keoly of 1116 Rogers street who has been ill for several steadilyimprovingit is hoped will be but a short time distant Miss Keely is a most charm popularfavorIte A most delightful surprise party was tendered David J Maloney this home 2020 West Broadway on Thursday of last week A very en joyable evening was spent by thoso present His parents Mr and Mrs Garret Maloney proved to be dell lmtful host and hostess and pro vided an excellent luncheon Mr and Mrs R K Smith who were married at the Cathedral of the Assumption by the Her Father Ttock on Thursday of last week will be at home to their friends at 414 East Walnut street after the middle of March They are spending their honeymoon In the South The bride in time daughter ot Mr and Mrs fCCaummissar Miss Nellie Hcaney of St Louis has made many friends during her bret sojourn in Louisville and on Washingtons birthday a number of her admirers surprised her with a mask dance at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath 1085 Seventh street Mrs McGrath proved a most delightful hostess and regaled her guests with a delicious luncheon r Miss Amelia Aina McBride was tho hostess at a George Washington party given at her home last Mon day evening Prizes wore won by Misses Blanche Gorman Loretto Cassidy and Messrs David J Maloney sad 3lenry A Vissman Covers were laid foreighteen and the guta were Misses Blanche M MeGrath Imelda hues Regina Haffner Loretto Cad tidy Regina WcCroryi Blanch Iidr man Hattie Humt Mary Hunt Mary Ktoffer Marie MoBrlde i STEWART DRY GOODS CQhf Rushes Established Sixty Years 1Jtq S1iIE1 yu r iI fll I tJfi lJ kIr 1Ii iI Extraordinary Special Values In Womens I Imp Cotton Hosiery On Sale Today REGULAR 35c VALUE SPECIAL AT 18c PAIR Extra special lot of Womens Imported Cotton Hosiery full regular made medium and light weight all re enforced sizes 8 12 to 10 in tan and black or black with split foot regular 35c valueSpecial pair 18 65c SILK LISLE HOSE FOR 35cTHREE PAIRS 100 Womens Imported Ingrain and Plain Lisle and Silk Lisle Hosiery full regular made reenforced beau tiful quality all sizes 65c hoseSpecial pair 35c three pairs for 100 25c LISLE HOSIERY FOR 17cTHREE PAIRS SOc Womens Black Lisle Thread Hosiery medium gauze full seamless reenforced regular length and all per feet sizes 8 12 to 10 25c hosierySpecial pair 17c three pairs SOc 39c HOSIERY FOR 25c Womens Black Medium and Heavy Ingrain Lisle Thread full regular made reenforced sizes 812 to 10 39c hoseSpecial for 2Sc STEWART DRY GOODS CO1 IncorpoMtcd- IM CONNECTION WITH JAMES HcVKEERY 4 GU NEW YORK NEW MASONICW- eek Starting 61ATINEEMarch1 1St BOYLE AVOOLFOLK PRESENTS THE FAMOUS ORIGINALS MURRAY AND MACK IN HIS NIFTY SONG SHOW THE SUNNY SIDE OF BROADWAY IT IS TO LA- UGH40PEOPLE40 NEXT the Broadway farcial Success Jas J CorbettInWEEK FACING THE MUSIC Amelia A Mcllride and Messrs Henry A Yissman David J Maloney Otto Gibson Sehaeffer Austin E Walsh Frank C Pllson and Ernest V Yiel Miss Anna McLaughlin of Now Albany entertained the It A Club at her home 215 West Market street on Friday night of lust wtik Misses Leona AVoodsa ntt villie iYTny tTcrctwt guests of honor and among those present were Misses Mary Gill Mary Hieb Louella Skel ton Irma Lyons Emma Hieb and Messrs Herbert Moore Thomas Has sell Lawrence Ulcclunan Thomas Connell Virgil Campbell John Hieb John Home and John Donovan RECENT DEATHS The remains of Dennis and Thomas Fitzpatrick which have reposed in St Johns cemetery Portland for several years were removed to the St Louis cemetery on Thursday Miss Carrie Ellen Warren died at her home 008 East Urcekinridjje street Monday evening anti her funeral took place from St Mary Magdalena church on Thursday She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Warren and beloved by all ulna knew her The funeral of Miss 1Edna Pfann moeller who died at the home of her father Charles Pfannmoellcr 2904 Garland avenue Sunday night took place from St Charles Borromeo church Wednesday morning The deceased was twenty years old and a most lovable young lady Death resulted from tuberculosis from which she had suffered for slit months The remains of Patrick Lnnnln a railroad brakeman who was accidentally killed at Tilden Ill Saturday night arrived in Louisville Monday and were taken to the Jiomn of his sitter Mrs Joseph Meehan 1308 South Sixth street The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Tuesday morning The de ceased was twentjeight years old and a native of the Dominican parishThomas Cummings died at Ills rag idence 1400 Qulncy street Tuesday night as the result of cerebral hem orrhage Ills wife and seven ch dren two brothers John and William Cummings and a sister Mrs Frank Spieth of Jeffersonville sur vive him His remains were sent to the residence of his fatherinlaw C Melsenhelder New Albany and tIlt funeral took place from Holy Trinity church on Thursday mornIng His demise is regretted by many warm friends In the three Falls Cities The funeral of Henry ICassenbrock who died at the home of his daughter Mrs Minnie Selfricd 3014 Bank street last Saturday took placo from the Church of Our Lady in Portland on Monday morning The deceased yeas a native of Germany but came to America when quite a youth and had lived in Portland for I more than half a century and wan highly esteemed by alt who knew him Ilia wife three sons and four daughters survive him The daugh tars areledames Nellie Itenson JnnleSeJirI8d Mary Diehl andll Rose Bennett The sons are Off1 Edward Kassenbrock and Louli and I William Kassenbrpck = XUCKX WINNER 1JlnoIeShotauI Frankfort venulf WoBtb subscription to the Kentucky Irish American donated by Philip IL XehIy a a priaeatMra Lizaeuoliraon Monday evening J RIGHTS OF UOLUifflS 1 ii I Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where A new council was instituted ot Carlyle 111 last Sunday Fifteen priests were in the clas of 171 candidates who took tlle fourth degree at Milwaukee on Washingtons birthday Tho council at Geneva N Y initiated a class eightysix last week visitiniKnightsthou of the three degrees Mass for the repose of the souls SyracusCouncil ConceptionTheHotel and marched to the CathedralI JeffersonlIIeCoUl1cl1wllllultlate u large class after Easter layman Stanton ex Senator James Fortune Bernard Coil and Police Commit stoner John Murphy Jeffersonville lug Four are hustling for mem hers Tse fifteen councils of St Louis prepa1atlonstorbeautiful new home commencing Monday April 12 amid lasting all week A number of Worthy de pendent Institutions will be the bane ficlarlcs Dayton Council initiated the largest class in its history last Sunday anti nearly every council in time Buckeye State was represented by one or more members The home team exemplified the first degree Piqiui Council time second and a team tram Fort Wayne Ind put on the thirdNew York Chapter held its annual banquet and exemplification of the Fourth degree at the Hotel Astor Monday night Judge Victor Dowl ing presided as toastmaster Amon those who responded to toasts warm the Very Rev Michael J Lavelle V GJohn J Delaney J P Cohalan and Prof James C Monaghan The St Louis Choral Club has com pleted arrangements for its trip to Chicago where it will give two con certs May 2 under the auspices of the Chicago Chapter for tho benefit of four deserving institutions The trip will bo made in a special train and the Knights lope to be accompanied by Archbishop Glcnnon A new council will be instituted at Maysvllle Ky tomorrow Newport Council will exemplify the first de gree Bishop Carrell Council of Cov ington Ky the second and District Deputy James 0 Rogers nUll staff of Lexington the third degree Many Cincinnati Knights will witness tllIIinitiation of candidates and Lion of the new council ASK WEDNESDAY According to remarks from a number of local pastors the attendance it time churches in Louisville on Ash Vednesday was unusually large MJunt thou art and unto dust thou ihalt return evidently meant some ling to the Catholics of Louisville CARDINALS VISIT SADDENED The annual visit ofCardlpalGib- bonlltorelatil8sin New Orleans has laddeuedrjast week by the death of his niece Mrs James J Ford The Ordinal fiolatod at tbe funeral Friday a solemp mass of requiem ming celebrated at the Church of he Soured Heart n DEATHWithout Insurance Is Terrible TAKE A POLICY IN TIlE Catholic Knights and Ladies of America REPRESENTED IN TWENTY STATES Cheapest Insurance Obtainable Death Claims Paid in Thirty Days EXAMINE THESE RATES Age Quarter Half Full Age Quarter Half F- ull1H040 080 160 3560 120 240 1941 81 162 36 61 22 244 2041 82 164 37C3 J25 250 21 42 84 1G3 3864 127 254 22 44 87 174 3965 130 260 2345 89 178 40 66 132 264 2446 91 182 41 67 134 268 2347 93 186 42 V 69 137 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CLEM W HUGGINS CANDIDATE FOR CourtProsecutingAttorney Subject to Action of the Democratic Party NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 19 DR J II WHITTENBERQ CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 F H BURKEOtmcllclcito For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court StJoot to Aotlon oiO the Dentooratlo Pprt r 1OOO NOVElUBER ELECrION 1OOO WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNT5T CLERKSubject to the Action of theDemocratic Party t- i909 NOVEMBER ELECTION i 19090 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEX IJRTH MAe IBTERIAL JOIteiTRIOT Compose of lit nest sad 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRESB RAYoCANDIDAlE FOR r OOTJJWODY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party r 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second ard Third Wards SubJect to the Action of the Democratic Party Qive year re1parC ST XAVIERS COLU5GE Ita wr 1LIvlllK Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Cluwic I- SchestiaccadaeeConreeerreparatary Dtj padmcestra swliamlgPootwellMgW- CYs I naa4ui Term Die JaeIs 5 a aE U Qu fiV JOHN S WATSON PLASTERERr P RE pair Work a Specialty HoePho elM Csomb Main IMty OFFICE 223 Fib Street 4 In V KENTUCKY IRISH AlWERICAl r JOS BARON PLUMBERand Air Pump Hospitala D tQJ iC h za4 cC i Tcf Your Needs Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETsip TELEPHONE 810 t It H It H It It It It It H D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t H It tf It tHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SSg East Main E5ti NNN NNNNN NNNN NNNNON J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL AND EMBALMERS DIRECTORS II- Crrl STREETShort iNONONNNNN4NNNN NNNONNNNNN THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and EMbalMer TELEPHONE 365 Lit calli promptly attended to day or nlgfct t Carriages furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of AH Undertakers KATIE mI GNBSSMI Tn- I7DYBMBIMBft Washing arid Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 OaOICE Cut Blooms Plants anti Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOBSCnULZTHE 644 FOURTH AVENUE Beth Pbeues 2- 23COLISEUMi NOW OPY a TNGvii 1hwSII4y 1rt rtT r t F N RC7WLBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee THE STRONGER SEX Thursday Friday and Saturday even Ings and Saturday matinee THE RED MIL- LlOcHOPKINS1 1lOc Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT FIRST RUN FILMS Illfl MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 Fourth st llmCBSSnllfJJeflrsonI to Street AveCoWestDI et We cater especially to Ladies and Children HENRY HUNOL Sftph UN HAL1lRrNc Bncirli A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE RMM IN CfNNECmtt Old WWricl a SfMcklty IliaT= White warofdered Ilaen eo1lafix continue to be uaed for ahlltwlwst3- fJ do- ny b 0 3r n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been DQlr g the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Division 1 will meet next Tuesday night Thursday will be the regular meet ing night for Division 3 A great crowd attended Division 2s euchre on Friday night of last weekDivision 4 has two teams of fivu men each contesting for new mem bersThe rending of Irish history at the division meetings has proven an In teresting feature Edward Collins the County Presi dent at Clarement N H is organiz ing a juvenile division At Claremont N If the Ladks Auxiliary has organized a sewing circle and meetings are held every weekSeveral 1001 experts members of Division 4 are going to issue ti challenge to the other divisions for a series of match games Wednesday in the night for the Ladles Auxiliary and a large crowd is expected as reports on St Patricks day celebration are due State President George J Dollar and State Secretary William J Con nelly arc certainly making renuta tions for efficiency in their respective offices Division 4 of Syracuse Is making on effort to reach the highest yuaoi ble membership before March 17 At the latest meeting twenty candidates were initiated The State Hoard of the Ladies Auxiliary of New Hampshire met at Dover and an interesting feature was a lecture on John Boyle OUellly by Mrs Katherine OKeefe OMahoney Toronto Hibernians are preparing for a big celebration of St Pat ricks day and many New Yorkers will cross the borders to help their Canadian brethren in observing the dayMarch 4 is the anniversary of Robert Kmmets birth but the County NewYorkmusical and literary exercises a week from tomorrow night Officer Thomas ONeill one of the most efficient men ever in charge of Central police station nnd a veteran Hibernian is seriously ill at his home on Twelfth street near Main Ills friends hope for his speedy recovery- It is unofficially announced that the lllght llev Bishop McFnul of Trenton will not acompany National President Cummings to Ireland In this event one of the priests from the archdiocese of Boston will prob ably be the delegate The County Board of New York is planning the greatest St Patricks day celebration ewer held on Manhattan Island Division 24 of New York City cele brated Lincolns birthday by Initiating seven new members At imimuiiy CltIa the order is up in arms against the St Patricks day post cards that are being offered Tor wrier The post ranls areot fenslvo because they misrepresent the Irish race and dealers who ex pose these cards for sale have been requested to withdraw them or suf fer through lack of patronage of the Irish people ANOTHER CARDINAL DIES A cablegram from Toledo Spain on Thursday brought the information that Cardinal Hervas Archbishop of morningCardinalsix years ago and was created Cardinal by Pope Leo XIII in 1804 This makes another vacancy in the College of Cardinals but at the next consistory another Spaniard will take his place He was a friend of Car presentPapalof great learning VISITED CAPITAL P H Callahan and his cbarminpr wife who have been on an extended Eastern trip spent several days in rldaytheysonat the Capitol and were his guests in the members gallery CIIICKASAAVS ACTIVITIES Members of Chlcasaw Council Y M I of Memphis received holy com munion in a body at St Peters church last Sunday George II Lawo n veteran member of the council1 JIBS organized a dancing club and its first effort was very successful FATE OF TRESPASSERS The numbr of trespassers killed by railroads annually is greater than the number of passengers killed in wrecks The Pennsylvania railroad alone killed 1500 trespassers within the last two years If the aggregate of such deaths were obtainable it would probably astound the world CATHOLIC IRELAND The English Catholic Directory for 1009 just issued shows the num her of Catholics in Ireland to be 3310000 There are nine Catholic members of Parliament in Great Britain and seventythree in Ireland The Catholic population of tho British Empire is given as 12033000 BRIER YET ENOUGH Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia celebrated his seventyeighth birth Sunday and his most prized message was one from Pope Plus X His Holiness few words were mo mentous BIcsisngs and felicitations RRONZ TABLET A bronze tablet commemorating the memory of Major Gen John Sullivan and Tits victory at the battle 1778Sniche in the capitol at Providence It I i3TtAJJuG11Ows BETTER AJ Fob who has been suffering from acute indigestion for they past seven weeks is on the high road to recovery to the great relief of bias family and friend O o- F d6 F Ghas fl Rocrs BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OB EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street CRfAGfRJS 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 Home Phone 8668 J D CREAGER Principal CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarant- eedfIERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND I Telephone 1948 234 SIXTH STREET JIACAULEirS THEATER The Stronger Sex with Miss Annie Russell jn the stellar role will Macauley3Theater week During the latter half of lIeweek Montgomery and Stone will appear with their former success The Red Mill i HOLKIXfii presentItsthan entertaining Bevies of motion pictures next weel with splendid o settings Manager Dustin fees confident tharthc audiences will be laughing to their hearts con tent anti Harry Brownes singing will continue a drawing card SWffON IUOTUHES The Princess mllsfimeJICmr81 will present next week nt the Casino Princess nnd Columbia a pro frainmo well worth seeing They Include new comedies new dramatics pleasluglongs and lectures of the highest order they will give shows of much merit MASONIC Murray and Mack two of the greatest Irish comedians on tht American stage whose popularity teems to be perennial with local audi ences come to the Masonic next week in The Sunny Side of Broadway a musical comedy which has scored a marvelous success in New Orleans and tho South and which comes to Louisville for the first time Boyle Woolfolk and Miss Ethic Bell both Louisville people and who are well known in local musical and society circles will bo the bright particular stars Mr Woolfolk is the composer of The Sunnyside of Broadway and Miss hell is daughter of Harry Bell well known In local and New York news paper circles BOWLING GREEN NOTES Miss Lcuiso Grady and Miss Mary Hogan went to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras festivities and were the guests of Mr and Mrs A V Monte leon They are expected to return home next wcek- Lawrence Moran has left Paris Tenn to accept a more lucrative position in the I C railroad shops at Somerset Ky Ills friends in Bowl ing Green are proud of his advance mentRoger Connors the locomotive en inoer who was Injured in an ned c ent at Memphis Junction Is improv lag and will resume his duties next week Miss Mabel Connor of Nashville and Miss Mamie TScld and Thomas Held of Louisville were hero this week to attend the DurktK egan nuptials 7- Mr and Mrs Jo n GJpnn Nape as their guests Mrs jAnne Hender Mi and her BOB Tames of LonUvHte N IRELANDjj record of the non Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Ills parishioners lament the dcati rJf tue Jtev John OCnllnghau of ferry after a brief illness Messrs P Hogan and J Fallon were rceldcted Chairman and Viet Jhalrman respectively of the Kos common Town Commissioners Galway Harbor Commissioner have decided to apply for a fret grant of 200000 for the purpose of Improving the docks at Galway At the statutory meeting of the Boyle Town Commissioners recently Jasper Tully was unanimously elect cHI Chairman for the ensuing year Alderman Coffey Lord Mayor- elect of Dublin has appointed as hIs Chaplain Very Rev Father Paul of St Mary of Angels Church street P J Sliiel an extensive wholesale and retail merchant in Portadown has been appointed to the CommIs CountyArmagllThe death of the Very tier Toltit VKeilly of Kllleshondra is much re jrotted He was one of the most popular priests in the diocese ot Kilmorc Judge Bird at Banlry quarter sessions was presented with White gloves and he expressed his con ratula t ion at the peaceful state of the district James Cromen aged sixty an em loyc of the Cork corporation died suddenly at his residence Donornn square He had been complaining heart disease The collection initiated by the Most Rev Dr MclhitflT in the Derry diocese on behalf of the sufferers of the Italian earthquake has amounted to1100Walter John Joyce of Portumna tins been appointed Commissioner ol Oaths for the County of Oalway in room of his father T Joyce who resigned owing to Ill health It has peen decided to light St Patricks Cathedral in Dublin 1by electricity and Sir Thomas Drew lias been requested to obtain estimates of the cost from a number of Irish firmsA has been set on foot by the people of the united parishes of Castlemartyr Mogcely Dun gourney and Clonmult to erect a memorIal to their late pastor the Rev M Aherno The premises of P McCaul a provision merchant of Clones were completely destroyed by fire The coughing of a cllld being suffocated by the smoke gave the alarm to the Inmates and all escaped Judge Cunran addressing the grand jury at Trim sessions said all lattledriving and incendiarism still prevailed In the County Meath he was unable to congratulate them though there were only four cases to go before them The Magistrates nt Jullamore Petty sessions have granted an exemption order to seven licensed traders to open their premises one hour before the statutory time on fair days on the condition that they shall also supply coffee and tea It is reported that tho poor in the parish of Ardstruw County Tyrone rtiw HftiIit84itagt r 2 e cfit by fie will of time late Mrs Charles Knox of Auckland who left 20000 for distribution amongst them Relatives in the district will benefit to the extent of 35000 FANCIES OF FASHION The lace blouse wljjyof good quality can hold its own with satin The neck ruff to match the lint is a great feature at the present moment A popular neck trimming Is a wide ruching mounted on velvet ribbon bands Embroidered neck bands with wido Uchlngs attached continue to be popular In trimming feather effects lead Huge roses are the favorite flowers for hats- Decidedly smart looking waists are made in white fine wash mohair with collar yoke and sleeve bands of a colored mohair Circular skirts are decidedly the thIngonce more Many are made to escape the ground- A stylish skirt is cut with twelve gores and has a pointed panel effect In the entire front The newest skirts are often faced for ten or twelve inches with silk but no lining is used Coarse silk nets in colors are limmcd with bands of silk and buttons of the same shade A long coat may be used for so many purposes it is really more than a comfortIt is a necessity itA practical skirt is made with retelles and sleeve caps for it can IIA wnt11 with any odd wntal Velvet hats continue to be worn though they are not so fashionable as they were some months ago Veils can be kept in trim condition by being folded and pinned after use and then placed in a sachet holder A popular form of hair dressing 1- 1to ware time hair all around It is then tied pa time crown forming a soft puff at time back and sides Collars on waists continue to be high and with much niching The plait lags and ruchings not only top the collars but surround their base LENTEN SOUP Prepare three carrots three turnips and three onions by scraping peeling and washing Slice them and sort them in a little fresh lard or drIppings until a golden brown Cutup a head of celery and put in and fry a few minutes Add to this mix taro two cloves one teaspoonful snit onehalf teaspoon of mild pepper a little parsley and a little gnat ed nutmeg corer this with nearly three quarts of water and simmer for three hours This may be used instead of meal broth in the Lenten season CLEANS SILVER First wash it well In hot m soapy water then apply a little whiting with a cloth wet with either alcohol or water Let time whiting dryoD- tbeIIlUvr1ean1 rub titoff with a Jotfe or apiece of chamois leathering a soft brush for corners or env graved work FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO I brewers and ottletrS t LOUISVILLE KYtOUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 S1ENNACKERMANBREWING INOOR PORATED LOUISVILLE KY Ciimb Phone West 191olDe Phone 1913 rrsxxc 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greatest opportunity to buy high grade Cloth ing Furnishings and Hats at End of Season Sale prices 424 West Market St THE BIG STORE Between Poirth sad Filtht MILTON M MAR LESTONE CO If MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when it Is ap predated more than In the summer A J v FARRANDOECILIAISr PIANO Will supply this music If there is no one In the family that can play All 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 exaeMy how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecillanMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated a OgSOaO FOURTH AVENUE NONE BETTER Mulloys Coffees and Teas are the recog nized standard of purity and excellence Phone a trial order for his SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45excellentC MULLOYc ROASTER Home Phon 1313 Sl5t XV AIATCJCKT ii1 ECK- Toyayxr a INN00+00 OOOOONINNOONNO- N00NINONNNNONON 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lmpcovetnentathis ear will keep It Iu the front raukt Va IdCou ers ptie1rofatoldGEHER 4 SON l4 217 MAWET sneer filIAl SEC9NJS SAD LOSS Pioneer Resident of St Michaels Mourned by Many St MleliuclM parish lost one of IIts oldest and most respected members Thursday morning in the death of Mrs Mary Jane who passed awl at tho family residence 223 Bro I street after an illness of three months Mrs Garvey was the widow of Joseph Garvey a well known tailor who died eight years ago Her surviving childre- Thomas J and Joseph M Garvcy m Mrs Nora Corso were at her beside when death called Mrs Harvey was born in Ireland about sixty years agp but came America ns n young girl Here sl dj married the late Joseph Garvey iii the ceremony was solemnized at St Michaels church There she wor shiped ever since and from there her funeral took place The deceased lady was widely connected In Louisville Judge Patrick T Sullivan John J Sullivan at David Garvcy were nephews Aside from her lkindred she had n wide cir cle of acquaintances and was noted for her charity nod devotion to Ito Mother Church The requiem mass over her re mains was celebrated at St Michael church this morning IILiNS CHANGED Hibernians Desire to Cen tralize Their Ticket Sa Ie This Year The committee of Hibernians in charge of the arrangements for the social celebration of St Patrick day has mode several plans One Is that prior to the night of the ba quet tit the Gait House the tickets will be on sale only nt the office of the County Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr 1225 West Market street Heretofore when the Hibernians gave banquets and placed their tickets on sale at different places it was impossible to tell until the lust moment how many plates were to be provident The committee has decid to sell their advance tickets at on place only Any Irish man or woman or any 0American interested in the tt elfa Ireland can secure tickets for himself through the aid of a locall Hibernian The banquet hall will be tastefully decorated for the occasion and sev eral new speakers have been invited to respond to toasts OLD GUARD Braved Weather to Make Mackin Councils Quorum Old Jupiter Plnvius and March Gras formed n combination that Ikept II the majority of members from Micl In Councils meeting Tuesday llltrht But there worn pnoucrk ueo I pie who braved the elements and i the jolly combined to form a quorum gr presfdn1bc tlI I George llnrtsch Al Kolb and n III rIIIr is reported dangerously 111fThe Opera Committee was report ed organized with Thomas n dines Chairman Robert T Burke Vice Chairman William T Burke Score committeII11SI 2n1lrdnringthe i of the admirable and tuneful compo i sltions of Aulyn Kanston II During Lent Muchin Council will1 I meet every Monday instead of Tuesday II eenlngllII FRISCO DID NOT FOUGHT I1 I The Sun Francisco councils of tlu Young Mens Institute commom I bruited Washingtons birthday mostI creditably last Monday tic mass of requiem for deceased members win celebrated in St Marys Cathedral Jgnnhist and special music was rendered by a select choir In the evening the literary exercises were held nt Chris tian Science Hall which was taxed to gatberitigfnorcnsedt celebration of Y M I day AGAINST INDEPENDENTS On Tuesday the United States Su preme Court decided in favor of tins Catholic church in the controversy to over certain property in the Province lllzal Philippine Islands Tho con tendon was between the Catholb church nail the Independent Catholics j over the possession of the church property at Tombobong The de= cis Ion of the Supreme Court is a Ingreat victory for the church FORTY HOURS PRAYER ntIorty0HlcsKcdiLouistomorrow spclock titheIIbUfViI1OOR CI VRES APPEAL The community of Poor hares exiled from France but now located Tynnmonthingland dato the charitably inclined people of LnglandTheire Illshop of Plymouth ACCUSED OF THEFT I pOhlpliaVc been made defendants in of junction proceedings by the Ency nil ritannlca Company The to tleendan s are accused of stealing h thjB trade name and trade mark of he the cdmpliilnUnt The matter will e threshed put la the United SUtw glI Court it SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets nt Falls City halt on First Third Tuesday President Thomas Iecnan Sr vice 1resulcht Mark llyant Recording Secretary TJios Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan FlnegnnI n Sentinel Louis Holler DIVISION 2 Meets on tho First and Third Friday niBenlngs of Each Month PorddVice D Recording Secretary T J Ston- eFinnnelaISecrotnrrJnoIIeaney LynchjDrown Sentl1telWlIllam DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets SntiJivandVice President Martin Sheehan Kecording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G llcsslon lytreasurerDaniel Noon J Dougherty SergenntatArmslatrl k DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday- Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Wra P 11Ic Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wln Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatAnns John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFKRSONVILLE Meets on the First anti Third Tues days at Plans Hall County President John Kennedy- n President Louis Constantine Vice President IJobert Gleasn Recording Secretary Thos n Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Rechno nd Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy IcatefACIiIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings nt Club rchouse 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kleffer First Vice President ThosDCIlncs Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWihiaPBurkeFinancial SecretaryFrankAdams4 G Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal Atiolphus Andriott Inside Sentinc r C 1 llartsch- Outside Sentinel William D An drlott tJ11ft S ir i roIfI Completely Cured by Only J13 Bottle PlanterSTllleTaxFeb271907 1 2- I For about 6 yean I was afflicted with weak the doctors coald oat help me so I went an aijlnm the doctor there said wjrcaio was wasaWlctedIt cured as m means were lasnaicieatAfteir haying returned home I ordered one bottle of- Pastor Koenlffs Nerve Tonic and after J had oared only half the bottle I was completely JACOB WAGNER Sprlngflold Ky March 6th 1908 My father suffered for 13 Tears with tits and curim1 me another bottle for one of my cousins who ii- nhering J from the the same troubles I cannot think enough for what Tonlo has done for my father and sister Kms KATE YATKS A Valuable Book on Nor YOUR Diseases aad R SampletIn paI Prepared by at FortelateWayne Ina 1876and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III StreetNSold by Dnifffflsts et f1 per Bottle 6 for 95 Lug Size 101 0 Bottles lor SO INAUGURATION Day Attracts Many Kentuckians to the National Capital On Thursday next the lIon William II Taft will be inaugurated ns the twentyseventh President of the United Stoics and every State in tho Union will send representatives take part in the Inauguration cere monies Mr Taft is an able ex ponent of American Ttoctrines and has been tried and not found want ing lie served as Governor of the Philippines in other diplomatic roles and then as Secretary of War each of these roles he showed ability The Republicans nominated hint for President mid he was elected Kentucky will be well represented the inaugural ceremonies Friends Senator William O Bradley want t see him installed in the United Senate and the Bradheyiecial over the C and 0 iin Ie largest train that over left Ken for the national capital The will leave the Seventh Union depot Tuesday and win in Washington on 1ledndsdayC Onthe return trip they Washington on Friday and arrive in Louisville on Saturday There will 11ell train of twelve coaches with dining and 1Baggage cars to aecommo all 1 ACTING CIIIEF Eugene ODaly is malting an ad mirable retard as acting Chief of Deteclives during the temporary 111 CoptOlltily of at tee offlcerK and has always ins on the prefix O but many the nw8iapr boys have not been no kind totliq Captain IHI he has been them They ipoll It 1wlyover his protect He Knows news as well BB knows QlfHiatH1 pone bitter than Capt OlHlv know vriicn to newapeperhltenlat 1 de ALMOST READY St Marys of the New Church to be Dedi tdcatedIn May The new church OfSE Marynof XowAlbnnytion and will be dedicated on Sunday 3Iay 10 The new church is the iiiedifice built on the same historic ground The original edifice was a log cabin erected by the hardyI French pioneers more than n eenht ago The Her Father Iladin aopry Louisvilles first prelate Nish Fidget celebrated the holy sacelti of the mass In that humble cab iill Later a brick structure was erected Under the able management of tthe Rev Father T II Hlllelmiml now pastor of n flourishing congregation rnpIdlseph Sermershoim took charge ttwo nndImore commodious structure was ab solutely necessary Ills parishioners responded generously to his appeal with money teams and actual labor Now the new church has been l iillt It occupies n site on one of 1the highest knobs in Indiana and hun tllcrI their new and imposing edifice sTUUNED DOWN rosters Arrogance Loses Caste in the Assaulti- on Lcpplns Henry tipping was presented Iin the Police Court Wednesday on n Ieterrell innn acting ns Captain of the Fourth police district As had been ex pected Mr Lepplng was acquitted On the witness stool Foster said he asked Lepplng n question and when at satisfactory answer was not given he smashed him Mr Lepplng told a plain and straightforward story of his en counter with the hid liftitng Lieutenant and had witnesses to corroborate his statement A score or more of witnesses were on laud to testify to Mr Leppings good char serer and habits Judge J Wheeler McGee dismissed Lepping without comment on the case Foster expects to be in Washington next Thursday to witness the bran g oration of President Taft He is due back in Louisville oh March 10 to answer an indictment for nssollltln 1 Henry Lepping Fosters trial w be held in the Criminal division of the Jefferson Circuit Court Y iU PATRIOTS Royally Celebrated Birth of Washington In Hoosier Capital rSrrtrmrst uu c Ta rati ffor the V M 1 nt Indianapolis an joineinington by holding a street parade and initiating u class of UOO camlli dates The procession was six blocks in length and traversed the principal thoroughfares in tho Hoosler Capital Jlivery building along the route was profusely decorated with the American colors and many had banners bearing the Y M I mottoIIo Dee Pro Patrio The procession disbanded at the auditorium where the initiation was held In tho evening the new ami old members to the number of GOO enjoyed a banquet nt which a num her of patriotic addresses were dc livered In the morning all of the Y M T members and the candidates who were to be initiated attended mass a body CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL It is expected that the Cntliol- iSumner School New York State will be better than over this year At tho recent meeting of the Hoard of lkvlfonsiFuobfoJl0lcon was decided to hold the official cele bration of the tercentenary of the discovery of Lake Champlain on July 4 Cardinal Gibbons resident Taft and other dignitaries of Church andi State will be Invited to assist at th exercises CLOSES SUCCESSFUL SERIES Jjimbcrt Young Council Y M L of Frankfort closed a most success ful social season with n reception and dance last week Quite a num Jexlilgton1nrls boring towns were present Several new earl novel features were intro duced and contributed to a very pleasant evening for the friends of this popular organization NATTY NEW UNIFORMS clothingfirmfor furnishing the spring and sumo mer uniforms for the members of the Louisville flro department The uniforms are to cost 1250 each the tensest price in many years Donned their new garb the firemen will present a nutty appearance- ELihAIlETIIT011N WEDDINfl hiss Net He Berry and George Me matrimonybyJames church J lhmbetlitovnon Monday morning The bride Is the daughter of A M Merry of Jllza bethtown and the groom iff a rising young business mad of llodgenyille TIIUE1ILUES BALL The Truelllue Democratic Club will give its first grand mask ban Phoenix Hill tall on the evening Monday March 8 Only union musicians will be in attendance The Truelllues are very strojig pad will doubt have a large crowd QUARTEHLY COMMUNION Tomorrow will bo the quarterly communion day for the Mi6f- St John Conference got Sf YinemV Pauli Society c bsror Your furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low 1catand my terms the best 0- I JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE f H McKenna Dvw 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 D EL RUSSELLOcinctlclcvte nor SHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGEiffJEFFERSON CIRCUIT OOUJRtX COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party WE WANT YOUR WORKS Were Prepared to Do It Promptly UaI U PRINTING0 ii Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads 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