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Jr IVOLUMEI IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Attend Inaugur atlori of President Tuft Mammoth Pageant Took Many Hours to Pass tthe White Jlousc t New Cabinet Olllcers Are All Able Energetic and Learned ROOSEVELT 0 REIGN IS OVER It ill President Taft now and this regime of Theodore Roosevelt is at an end after seven years President Taft was inaugurated in front of the Capitol in Washington D C at noon Thursday amid the plaudits of thousands of men and women All day Monday Tuesday and Wcdnes tiny and on Thursday morning traits were carrying thousands of patriotic people from every State to the na tional capital and It Is said that the crowd surpassed any gathering in the city of AVashington The military display was grand and there was no budding SKyscraper or cottage that was not decorated with the Stars and Stripes The days programme began at 10 no oclock when President Moose velt mid Presidont elect Taft were driven from the White ItoiibO to the Capitol where President Roosevelt signed several important bills At 1130 oclock James Scboolcraft Sher man took the oath as floe President In the Senate Chamber the oath being administered by Senator Frye of Maine President pro tempore of the Senate Immediately afterward tIll procession formed and moved to the east front of the Capitol where n stand had been erected to aecommo date 7000 At noon William II Taft took the oath of office the oath being udmin istercd by the Chief Justice of the Inited States Supreme Court President Taft then delivered his In augural address which was a message of good cheer nnd a promise to bo President of nil the people and to avoid sectional prejudices At the conclusion of these exercises MrbRoosevelt went to tho railroad tlon and thence to his home at Oyster Bay Tho procession started book to tho gunrdlendingPresident Tafts new Iremier and r Senator Lodge occupied the first car Senatoxr Bacon nnd Representative Young in the third Representatives Burke and rodinPresident Sherman in tho fifth The Presidential party had a hasty lunchfton at the White House and n rarndet purpose It was 0 oclock before the parade was brought to a close and at 730 the display of fireworks began on the White House grounds At 1030 in the evening President and Mrs Taft led the grand mares nt time in augural ball In the Pension building thebrnlnRtion hind gathered President Tarts Cabinet has been announced as follows ofPcnnMncVeaghIllinois of1 IllinoisJustice oNewWar Jacob MI Dickinson of Ten nessee Navy George von Lengcrko Meyer 4 ofMnssnchusettsPostmnsterOener HJIltcheockorWashingtonhAgricultureJamesTown Commerce and Labor Charlie hllssourlSeven are lawyers The eldest James Wilson is seventyfour FrnnkUThey flll able and learned men OLD tOUYAIN Famous BclgianUnlversty aijJIHas Another Good Record The following article from the year book issued by the University of Louvnln Belgium should prove fin teresting to many Catholics From the portals of that great seat of learning have come many dlstlnr guishcd American prelates andI priestsThe university numbers at present nearly dGO professors and lecturers it embraces four colleges called pedagogics two seminaries the Bemlnalrc Leon XlIL intended for ecclesiastical students who follow the course of Thomistlo Philosophy tit the InstHut Superieur and tIll American Seminary for priests des tined for tho American Mission five Jlbrnr eseleim museums twelve t Special Institutes thirtysix labor tories six institutions for cWnlcal1 practice anti several special schools among them the school of civil en jrinw rinT and aiming the School of rtalHl mBnufactures the echoof of srchltectUTe the cQimmercial and alroentlmt school OI2etcin tihto oursie of 1 ded t be r1 animations for degrees thlrtythreo I passed with the pine grnnde distinction the highest honors 110 with grandc distinction 278 Avlth distinction and 843 satisfactorily The num ber of undergraduates enrolled dur ing the academic year 190703 was 2JGO as compared with 2144 in the jjJJlghestnumberversity since its reestablishment lu- IS 14 The above total 2260 corn prised 2OD8 Belgians and 252 students from other countries the majority SFranceEngUshspenklng fortynine of whom thirtyfive were from the United States eight from Ireland and six from England Dis tributed according to professional studies there were last year in theology 125 law 491 medicine 475 philosopliy and letters 313 science culture eclat 143 schools 428 and agri universitytherescientific societies founded by limo students nil of which are reported as flourishing ten conferences of the Society of St Vincent de Paul comprising upward of 400 members a school for adults conducted by the students a society in old of the c mnyhesports and other recreative exercises tofittinglyrent year the seventyfifth anniver sary of time foundation of the university It is estimated that at least 05 per speaklnAfitudents UnitedtatesFINAL ROLL CALL Answered by Hon Chris Mueller After Game Fight Chris Mueller for many years member of the Kentucky Legislature null who was nn ardent advocate of Democratic principles before he yns old enough to vote died at his home 815 East Jefferson street on Sunday night He had battled against complication of diseases and finally yenrsIIoChris Mueller was born in Louisnvllle fiftyone years ngo and was parentsWhntc in the public schools and at an early age he had to paddle his own canoe When only seventeen years old ho shopbut tics Seven years later lie was elect ed Councilman anti served two terms Later lip was nmdj Market Master and in 1000 fie was elected to rcpre sent the I ort sixth district composed of the Second and Third wards In the Kentucky HousSe of Ropro sensatives and served in that caps scsSlonsirelate fiov Goebel and a thorough Democrat Ho was generous to friends and fat to foes Little more could bo sai J plaefromt afternoon and the pall bearers worn those selected by himself They wereActiveDr C Smith George Gam Jbert Gus Glebel John Mcssncr ThomasJ Condon and Jacob Schuett- ehonoraryI Joseph Herrmann Senator H S McNutt Lawrence Reiehert Frank A Gerxt Col Harry MI Urennan Dr W C Vnmler lKsni L II HrusscllbacU Charles P Defiler George Defiler Charles A Weber and Capt William Cisco llSfTakesa Great View of the Big Lone Star State A German statistician who came allt tile way from Lelpsicto America has formedj some idea of the magnitude of the United States This is what e tells his countrymen about the Star State It is difficult for an American to irealize the density of population iIn European countries Germany for IInstance Is 10 per cent smaller than Texas but contains 00000000 people If Texas were as thickly 1 as Germany it would be necessary t iadd to this map showing Minne apolis St Paul Milwaukee Buffalo Albany Toledo Cleveland Clncirf nati Harrisburg San Francisco D troit Kansas City Washingto- Plttsburg St Louis Hoboken New Orleans Brooklyn Boston Chicago and Baltimore all in Texas twenty three cities the size of Indianapolis 150000 fiftysix pities the sl oof Peoria 111 60QOO ant 120 clticst the size of Butte Mont 2J000k in order to make time picture complete IATIUOTIO WITHOUT 1AY Hon Rourke Cockran who reps rents one of the districts In Greater New York in the lower house of the United States Congress was tile orator ot the day ot Milwaukee U the occasion of tho Lincoln cen CptMscept railroad anti hotel expensei Those who heard the address declare that It tent the most stirring over de Dtered in Wisconsin ACCinKNT T0 L1NFJIKN William McGrath and Thom Oa Murphy linemen In the onploy of the LoiilstlUe Railway Company xvere InjuredI Tuesday afternoon when the Wagon on which they the riding val overturned 1TeGr4 viaeras on the tower 6f tiff swag i rtstoinea Jrijirim itf his upper as d lower llJDblla1d Is connnod to hH home 1201 Pine trt i Murphy w cnpeii wirhj ahta 0 IoIyMI But Surely Is News ot National Convention Coming to America ntllUent Was Overwhelmingly in Favor of Blrrell BUI OBriens Proposition Howled Down anti Supporters Desert THE END IS NOT IN SIGHT Bit by bit the Irish In America are getting something like a comprehen slue account of the Irish National con vention which was held In the his torte Mansion House In Dublin month The end is v not yet nearly all the correspondents seem more or less biased At the same time there can be no doubt that tho majority of the delegates la fact tfri overwhelming majority favored the WllJlamOBrlensJohn Dillon n supporter of John Nfetedwas adopted by the convention That we place upon record our profound gratitude to our exiled countrymen and kinsmen In the United States for their characteristic generosity in supporting the Irish party and that the moral an material support accorded them Is a striking proof of tho unity and andaa guarantee of the Irish National move mont One paragraph of Non John Red monds remarks was also significant neededCorcausena j oncebecnusethat homo rule was In sight I did not think I said It then but I say il beonInj orMrAblesp chcjs were made by several1 members of the Irish party in Paella moat and possibly William OBrien who was howled down might hat opposItIontopro nounced in his favoritism toward the rphowlt HealyM sistance although he was in the con vention hall when the antlOBrlonni demonstration was made I pltlCuJHeyears5 Irolandbut1 pose 1 Nowhoi Nonweroe or j TheBIrrell ort ten FULL OF INTEILtsSI Were Talks Made at the Regular Meeting of Division 1 splendiattendanced night and the tvntateitalicPresldeutoceupiethetinbusiness thel1malIcOfficerand llti IntereRtingquent social celebrations mil tin t LentAttor1leyfdj along similar lines and James Harry prod too hIeschoolsCharles J1111rii arrangoe theIuse under the auspices Division 1 on Easter Monday nigh t 1AVS TO IU11M enpolitanbOIljI1t outsidehomef pro posed to grow artichokes While cultivating his land recently lie un sifOetr with a frieze of dancing girls In ban tJ relief around It evidently the work lclIdcplrtmontt r Investigation it proved to be worth hIrf1mlll1l tbreCrfourtliH their value offered the farther 75oflQ for It hutf as the value of the discovery was purposely Underestimated lie rotorel the offer I MISS TUDGR 11KKW30TKD J lJleCRUoIJaday and elected Miss Maggie iltidgQ conaecntihQn re were Mr Charleii Smith First AieI IwwMwii1 Mrsi Minnie Uosalie Sea and Vlcp r eRMent Mrsr D F Mnr Why Third YlciePJesldelltrlMary Cross Recording Secretary I J c r Katie Newman Corresponding Mrs n P Murphy Chair CommitteersdI Chairman of the F nance Committee Reports of officer showed that tho club was in sound financial condition TANGLED +City Administration Has Got In ito8tn Nasty Mess 1 Agent Confesses Aceeptanco ot Democratic Coin to Buy Vote No Money Ion Needed Work Although Revenue IsJ Unified J lIT1GAT0dI tyJ Dont laugh boys those poor devils are dying sfikl the Captain of tho battleship leasafter his gun j SpanIshow it Is Dont laugh boys tinesiRepublican reformers are dying with sltroudsjheall they cani get and yelling foil more On their Jmoney1 acds the money was in ed to make re pesters The hirotten mess iis Judg51s0clautord a disgust of the Judge but io the re tt rigumindedr Louisville tvmsag I primilegess sad It means n geeing for the llitigants It also snows that there 3is something rotten UptllllTJl than 111 I Denmark The ubstimonv of witnesses shows that i the r are not green by JMWlll though one is Green in name nned1 green were so tie tricably mixed iIII this testimony thaWllople have come I to believe that SOIl polltlclalll are absolutely color bllimlon money mat tOr WJUInrgrco Jtontliacityad- mlnlstrntloll and a crown eye o n the financial situation how couldj any Democratic politician see straight Alox Tlnrrct Chairman of the Hoard of Public Works has told taxpayers that there is no money to pay for incinerators Yet time tax rate Is as high as It was under the largerfhlresas there were two years ago Now they are praying a llccnse of 500 each where they paid only i15 lilghertoopeopleLomtiss911o of e on tho 100 valuation than they dill under the last Democratic adminis moneyTJiescribes the situation thus The Ret publicans arc not only confronted with numerous troubles relative to their hopelesstans tration has plunged itself Few ordinances have been passed by tile General Connell that have not hccomo ihyt Countr9 admlnlstrltlonsold that any lawyer who could nn theCOllncll 10000Tnthntthestill paying tho bills In trying to protect their friends disinterested theHepnbllcanseries of blunders from which tho party will have a hard time to recover j Democrats figure that the re willsbe an indorsement elf everything thathas happened at the City hull and wl1llgto IATFSofThe Most Rev Archbishop Farleyr now visiting the liahunia Islands on NewYorkapproaching celebration of St P8 I ofStd been celebrated on late 0 but on n nppronchInsitofchanged to MnyS During the latterI part of May Monsignor Farley nail a tJwYorkoruetofrtlet tending the golden jjubilee erro monies of the American College I KOI SACHKIR JIKAHT SCHOOTw The ladles of the congregation are preparing to gIven candy pulllnir tort the benefit of tljo Sacred IfenrtIt school in the school tall Seventeenth and Brpmlwny ron St Patrlckn dny Wednesday i March iti Tickets are only fen rutltAlll calf ticket enif1 titles the holder to candy The cus tpm of jrlylnjr an entertainment on InHICI l aUJlJtfvfr fHrl1MttY1Unight too thplr ettta mi n k f i FEDERATION Of Catholic Societies Elect t Olllcers For Current Year Delegates Heard Encouraging Words From BelovedaPastor Rising Vote of Thanks Tendered Retiring President For Services MEET AGAIN IN PRESENT MONTH The Jefferson County Federation of Ciitholio Societies held its ad theCaovenNpractically all the delegates were present The Rev Father C F Italic was present mind made nn In struclIvo mid entertaining addrdss one that was full of good advice suggestion and great encouragement illsl talk was highly appreciated1 Dr W A Sullivan read an instructive Ipaper on tuberculosis Various other delegates mode brief remarks on timely topics When it cause time to elect officers for the current year President Sew ton 0 Rogers having held the of J two years declined to serve promisedmice nail as active in the interest of followingfficersPresident Anthony J Sheridan efirst Vice President Michael Reiehert Second Vice President Margaret Folev Third Vice President Dr W A SulIIrnnRecrehlrlnmeR KellyIrcasurerL It was decided to hold all regular meetings of the Federation here after at thc Catholic AVomnns Club on the second Thursday of each nteetinherefore g n sthe evening of Thursday March 11 A n impmatterin meetinlfO residcntSherhl11for the current rear and nrnembcr tlHfdolegntesnglhihPoor givetomid the other officers for their With thFederatione o next meeting will be really the com mencement of the new year for tho i 1 LoperthatThe meeting of February 20 was one entertainingtllaJ tianti It gave a great deal of encour agement to all present EItI1 trSBeautifully Told in Nolans Comprehensive History IrelandSS isItdei J ohicagoeNoluna J 1I rbbook11 acrenras s comprehensive It is iscd in various schools where Irish history is beingf ttaught through the Instrumentality of the Ancient Order of Hibernians oughttoIt restProfI1chaejthofnenltyI llilsvaukoIllbcrnl8ns i jscholar writes to J S Hyland Su Co After n careful perusal of the other 5iullyconvlncellland has no superior as n text bookl countrtodayjhe buck is printed in clear bold1 t Is i greenclotIlspIendil1I i 1 though better rates might he IC cured in buying large quantities seIs1SSN JHSSIOK 11I ivlcn on March 27 Father Michael is one the most eloquent PassioaWt an signed to Sacred Heart Retreat The mission will continue two weclis 1eBiSIIOI PINING VISIT h1 It IleBishoppaidflyfugwas thiere only slx doys and yet ion i fheIoimportant reran business with varloun Roinani PIliXan tolAlolIlplpgref1 him for the generous offerlpg made Jtr1c1eDveqpledtt i I CQiSTAiJLK SldnAN IMPKOVKS 0C6nstftblRt Thomas tier ji shut nnd dritijterrriiVy ijii weeks ago wan so mile Thursday that tho attending phy thehighwill nece urlly Lace to remain at Sts Mary and lElizabeth Hospital for sev manyfrIendsdnngerIwas shot while in the performance of his duty He was serving n writ of ejectment upon n nndfIredhisbdomendangerourtendaystable for seven years and has made I DurIng ever been lodged comlllJlnt UNCLE SAMS GIFT To Italian Earthquake Suf ferers Speeds Across the Ocean American enterprise anil resource emphiledamshlpsnowswiftlyacrosscoshlIes left New York quietly the other ndllion girttoifinIMIIIHlgll noelfordrawn from nil parts of the tnlted States shipped by trains special mid otherwise and stowed nhoard the steamships Before experienced dolllJthcplllccdI in every available market practically I creating n sninllcorner in spruce and white pine The following tiny the prices of those commodities went soaring It was our of tho greatest coups achieved in recent years In the llumber trade rho rfeinnrknble part of the achievement was the expedition sad effort shown in assembling time lum bon from remotest points anti for wnrdltl it gelimegaining anti shipping lumber worth moro than halt a million dollars was lourUermajsr political jnll SHADOWED BEFORE Is Succes in Store For Mackins Coming Opera CounciltII I n- lino t Opera Cununltico reported thatt grrangoiueiY H far iionroposi d veniall preglCS911rtcomposition hack to Town will bo given Rehearsals are being held every week the lending actors are already familiar with their lines and tho chorus is rapidly getting late shape It nlready numbers forty voices mill It may he increased to sixty or more within a few weeks 11residout Louis J Kieffer presided1 over tho meeting anti the attendance was large considering the weather Thet Library Committee recommend ed the pnrnliiiKe of several standard1 Catholic marl secular magnincM for the use of visitors to the club house 1 I reportedhatt t I III recoverylIionms T Sheller and William Burko mado In t- tertsthig addresses on Christian doe ttrine and the observance of Lent 1 JEIMNS SAINT kI Will Be Fittingly Honored by Hibernians ofJLouisville I Time Interest in time forthcoming celebration of St Patricks day iIn Louisville Is grp slug as the limo op proaches Under the auspices of the County Hoard A O H arrange merits have been completed for both the religions and social celebration In honor of Krins Apostle The Ladles Airxilinrv loss united with tilt j IliberninnH In planning for the sue cols of both celebrations Op Sunday morning March 1MI the four divisions and time Ladles Aux liar will attend mass at St Pat ricks church at 030 oclock The Very Jtev FatTier CronIn V G will celebrnto the mass mil will have something appropriate to sayDThe social celebration tho halt House on the evening of Wednesday March 17 and the menu will bo arranged Jn triO best culinary style Collins orchestra will furnis music during the feast and when th viands Immure been dispatched ap propriate toaats will be responded to by representative members of the I Ladles Auxiliary anti of the various divisions Incidentally there will bo several vocal solos and possibly In chorus or two like Come Rack tto Erinj mid Yarns Harp HONOU FOR JOAN OF ARC I Archbishop OConnell of Boston will bol the only American Bishop In Archbisutep r tle beatification of Jeanne dArc 1 In April Kxtrnordlnnry preparations I tire in1 progress for this great Al wltll1Jrlheh1 nnrioiinpcd More than tlxty French 1 BJshops nave expressed their inter i lion of belugr present at Sti IctcrH at the historic ceremony UwnIMJR SALK 0 Tha Cathoilp Womans Chub open cit1 ill tUn11Rjrc ale yesterday gpder t favorable1 lUlllc Ii The Sale will eonfame fadav and fir1toy n- arH ko lea lare yet to Jjj dlf4oed nf- n niRUPTUREI I i Ot British Cabinet Alma Most Decidedly Imminent Lust Week Route Rule Principles Without Aetlon Is Only Ilous Prayer Ministers Vcrc On Point ot Break But a Truce Ensued w STRAINED RELATIONS STILL The war between the Liberals and the Radicals and between the Houses of Commons contInuesthoBritish PlrlshParllall1enar bolIeved Gov thanItholidaysInwasImminentBritishlegislators thoIrishEng oPIJOrtunIt 1 Gibson Bowles ot Glasgow which brought tho theirleadingtowardthoBowleR was asked the some two hurclll11lutruler11unldI land the leading issue at the nexttneral election Howies said he wasa homo ruler but hedged on theproposition to make it n lending s sue Hon T P OConnor himself t thatrsetthatwlllnthoi avoidedllowosrdefinitecarry early effect merely reduces the proposition into n pleas opinion loadersinwiththecussion of the Birrell bill Premier AKqiiith made the most sympathetic speech he has ever delivered on Ire l fotlowed tol118Mr OConnor also writes Thel sec theClIblnetbreakup this week than any moment since ItIrentloll I saw Lloyd George the Chancellor nUll Churchill President of tho Hoard of Trade lateLTuesday night Both wore though serious and evidently feeling the strain of the next dnysCnbbut Council on Wednesday when a great battle at one moment seemed certain Lloydfieorge Churchill and Mor toy1 Secretary of State for India t would resign if this happened and time continued existence of the nOl ernment would be impossible Lloyd CIRillIn applaltocarry the vote against the Gov ernment which would be time endiHutt LloydGeorge and Churchill ob rained a sufficient reduction in tIll justifythemAll the same things are not com posed Time Radicals grow more because1Inlc1alllrowli more arrogant and more jingo w every tiny Haldane astounded anti enraged the Radicals by a speech ex t pressing limo hope that England one tiny would have nn army as big ns Germanys Notices oT n motion on nriyamcnts were given In scores In the House of demeans by Radicals l as a demonstration against Haldano and the Liberal Imperialists and the = bloated armaments It Is possible these differences said be settled by lIiclellil1tdeadly and Asqulths position Is diffi cult Tho dread of general election nt n moment when bath trade makes i time countrv hostile to the Govern meat anti helps the protectionists keppllflll sections of time Mjnlsters marl Liberals from disruption Like and the signatories of the of Independence they roust hang together to scold hanging separately IDEALSe TInChurch Music Is Aim of His Holiness Pope PlusXI I A Bpeclal cablegram to the New York Jlotald says ironsAmericuuRome regarding the bearing of time decision on church music recently given by tho Congregationet Rites ibo Herald correspondent has been Informed by one of Che leading au t1orltl on the subjectt Unit this ill Its real soma Pope Pius Nn reform of church music Is aimed ut a high Ideal of purely liturgical cholrtv but It is rpcognled In time derision that J1rpf time decision IB to permit nilxeii cliqlrs of inch and twoinpti iIn the t Urmed States as they existed before the reform of church music Nfrtrly lei tholvHaild church chairs are dl tseetly affected by thin ItnjKMUjnt de bil1ol and at least live timsi that nbmber of womea nii6reraa r w 4 i KENTUOKY IRISH A1tIERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNe Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans arid 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 56 Entered at the Loulivllle PoitoHlce a Second Ctea flatter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West areia St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY I MARCH 6 1909 CONGRATULATIONS TThe Catholic Federation has received a fresh Impetus through the election of its new officers with Anthony J Sheridan at its head Mr Sheridan understands why the Federation extols and he will push its alms and objects aggressively When It is understood that the Federation represents at least 00000 r people and 115000 voters It will receive more respect and attention IMMOKAIj PLAYS I wIn his Lenten pastoral Archblsho Ryan of Philadelphia condemns erotic and immoral plays He calls upon pastors to warn Catholics to keep away from such plays If all the Catholics heed the words of their pastors and other ecclesiastical superiors the effect will soon be apparent Managers and actors want Catholic money and wheri it is denied them the moral tone of the stage will be elevated AS IT SHOULD HK Catholics and Protestants must dwell in sweet uccord in California t that is if one is to judge from what Las happened in Sacramento Last year the Sacramento Elks gave a grand benefit for the Protestant y Orphan Asylum and other charities in that city This year the benefit will be for the different Catholic charities and the entertainment to take place in a few days promises to be the biggest kind of a success fi EpiscopalxchUrch paid g50 for his box the second one sold Bishop Grace of the Catholic church bought the first t 4 c box Last year each of the Bishops purchased boxes Bishop Moreland taking the 100 one and Bishop Grace the 50 one- CALIFOItNLtS slimI When the California Legislature rti was about to take drastic measures against the Japanese and to prevent then front owning any property in tooscveltwthrew a series of fits and many of suitaThey saw a yellow peril and a terrible war They had not heard the side of the Californians Yet it is perfectly true that under the laws of Japan all foreigners are excluded from the ownership of r realty of any description By the act of 1873 the sale of real estate in the empire to miens is strictly prohibited It Is the clear intention of the law and nil treaties existing between Japan mid other powers that foreigners have no right to the ownership of land Even if the Californians had excluded Japanese from the owner ship of land there would have been no war Japan is now burdened with a heavywar debt She ran borrow no more money and It will take her many years to repaytthe loans made during the Chinese and Ilussian imbrogliosuu f REMOVE BLACK YOKE The majority of Louisville Demo oats insist uppu a primary for the purpose of nominating candidates for the elght four offices to be filled at the November election and it is a principal of Democracy to obey the willof the majority The most powerful opponents oftlireetprimaries are always found among the professional politicians As it is this element which the reform is intended to reach wise statesman ship would suggest that efficient measures be taken to accomplish the purpose with precision and with as little disturbance of wholesome polltl possIbleii In Louisville went down and out two years ago the real live Democrats woke up and in wafcihg shook some of the lethargy out of the old leaders who straightway proposed to reorganize the Louisville party machinery along absolutely Demo cratic lines Since then there lias been considerable talk of a conven tion But the young Democrats of this city want a plmary undo most thorough and perfect organization It nay bq admitted that tits party In Louisville hiss Been reorganized but how Inucli Some of those prominentl lr the reorganization have knifed the Democratic ticket at each successive election for the last 7twelve years rue oung Democrats want to stop that kind bf business and there is jjio time like the present They Want the party to nominate men for office WbonqneJ1Ryvot for aniCmamimia big elfresp ct They tfanfe a city ttekeIcanlwantl tlrk8ft which wjll attract jaafeaIoffdrlrinr away independent voters They want1 men named who will not lead the party to another disastcrous defeat I It Is as well known to boasting leaders favoring a primary as It is I to the young Democrats that Louis ville is under negro domination Take the negro vote from the Republican party in Louisville and that party will be in a hopeless minority The honest Republicans realize this themselves and have grown irksome under the black yoke tiive us a fair primary and let thl Democrats nominate their candi dates They are able capable and willing to do It When it is done the disgruntled Republicans and the hones and independent voters will tally to the Democrntis standard Leave conventions to the gang that held one on April 25 1008 and the negroes WANTS THE TITLE There arc still many people who believe that money inn buy everything The corrupt rich and the new rich have bought everything that they could and are seeking for something novel A new rich young nun has gotten into the game of- buying What do you suppose hfi wants Nothing less than to be Lieutenant Colonel of the Sixtyninth IJegiuiont It jars the Yew York Irishmen too One of the officers says To fill such an important position in such a well known organization an the Sixtyninth a mans mUitarr qualifications should be of the highest The fact that Mr Rogers is rich and that his father is n Standard Oil magnate is no qualifica tion for a Lieutenant Colonelcy if military knowledge to Its smallest detail Iis lacking and they say Mr Rogers has much yet to learn I am at a loss to know why the regiment goes outside of its own ranks for s man particularly when the regiment has competent officers of its own availableIt certain as yet as to whether Gov hHughes will make an appointment The law says that lie may do so after twojfailures tto elect but the Governor may conclude to let nnotliof attempt ho made for election It is generally admitted that the Governor will do what is right for the reason that ho can at any time get the views of Col Duffy Gen Smith and many others competent to advise iii the trying situation It remains to be seen as to whether the New York Guberna torial machine is greased by the Standard Oils greatest lubricator BLESSED 11Y POPE A message froni Koine says The Pope received the other day Mr anti Mrs Louis John Ehret Jr of Xew York In a private audience They lianasICollege The Pope recalled that an uitele of theirs was formerly Rector of the college here Ills Holliujs was most cordial with Mr and Mrs ohJt1theythen family the Apostolic benedic tion anti preSeuted each with a medal BRIGHT CAIIEEU CLOSED J Hugh Rapier one of the most popular young men of New Haven Ky and who recently located in Xew Mexico died at Albuquerque X M SylvesterRapieren route to Albuquerque at the time the news was received The de ceased was only twentyfour years old and recently wciit West to accept a position lUll remains will be brought to Kentucky for burial i BAZAAR FOR HOSPITAL The ladles of the Sewing Circle of St Edwards Hospital Xew Albany are planning to ghon bazaar for that institution beginning May 3 The institution is conducted by the Franciscan Sisters who also conduct St Anthonys Hospital in Louisville During the year 78 patients were onlytwentyeight XEW BLARNEY STONE rgoTibbIethe coping of the Eden Park Water dllnrneyStonefor the first time on the night of starchr 17 It is probable that the Cincinnati hoard of Public Safely will accede to Squlrcjlbblesroqu st NEED ANOTHER CllUnCIL consideringthe a new church at Cote Brilliant a suburb of Newport Ky St Stephens church its overcrowded and It has become necessary to relieve the cone gestion STOCKING SLEEVES Cut the feet off stocking Aill ijbaite inveslor morning jacket tiw o21 pw L9o9t bl6ltwlr t i S0GIETV1 I Miss Anna Clouds is visiting friends at Stithton Miss Celia Laver who Is in Xew York on business is expected home next week Miss Mary Drnnigan has returned after a ten days visit to Mobile and Birmingham Miss Laura Scott who has been visiting at Eminence Kywill return home next week Miss Edith Malone of the High lands entertained her Five Hundred Club on Tuesday Miss Sadie Riley of Jeffersonvllle has returned from visiting friends In Nashville Tenn Miss Bertha Denser will return home from New York next Reek after a visit of ten days Mr and Mrs P T McMahan of Mt Washington are visiting relatives in Del Rio Texas Mrs Al McCann and son Maxey of South Louisville are visiting relatives In Smithfield Mrs M ID Elston and her uncle Tames OConnell have gone to Col linsville 111 to visit friends A fine baby boy has come to mule sunshine at the home of Mr tint Mrs S J Seining of Parkland Mrs J T Bryan has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister Miss Josie Murphy of Frankfort Mr lId Mrs Arthur J Campbell are rejoicing over the arrival of n new girl baby at tnelr home 222 1 Duncan street Miss Mary Kuhlman and daugh ter Miss Lena Kuhlman of Carroll ton Kywill come to Louisville this month to reside George Defiler Jr Thomas Treosy and It n Shauley were among the Louisville people nt French Lick Springs this weekI Mrs Max Bryan will return from Glasgow next week after a pleasant visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs A W Allen Miss Catherine McCarneyLof Nashville Tenn who was the guest of Miss Dominica Blanford has returned I home after a delightful visit Mr and Mrs Owen Tyler lave returned from Cincinnati where they spent several days as the guests of Mrs Morrison a sister of Mrs Owen Tyler Miss Nellie McMahon of Wdst Main street was hostess at a dinner on Wednesday evening in honor of her cousin JIIKS Genevieve McMahon of Chicago rarrlfalhnl1learnUllltillness of three weeks at St Josephs HospitalI Mrs M J Murphy of 731 South Twentyfourth street entertained a Inhonorof Chicago MrsMarysojourning nil pre enjoying splendid health Another letter carrier arrived on thehome222SouthwillheinhonorJresldenl KeatsHullents Mr and Mrs Stephen D Smith toSehteitectady Duringhl1rextensively entertained ofWesttonMondayn toMrrwell known residents of Louisville and other relatives During their functions andy1rsXonnaCnstel herblrthdawerelittleMpyScovilleurJIfjeEllaJlnyandNonna rtCnsterHarold Thomas Tohn Either Kelrnn ArcherKeiran The Misses Riley entertained at their hone last week and the rooms were tastefully decorated in red and white carnations being used to carry out the color scheme Refreshments tielight LosAngeles DelrneNe1land Mnymo Murphy Agnes Donahue Blanche Metcalf Lena Graves Mag llIal1cheTierney ConwayMargaret ant Mamie Riley Mar garet Minogue anti Messrs K ft Tapp of Tupelo Miss Elmer Car PatrkkLeonardJtnTaek Riley Patrick and Thomas Byrne Bpy Crawford Tack Hunter S R Rouse James D Creager Ed WrlghtIohnnretman B Riley and f dames Joe Watson J and Ferguson Riley Tlier u annual the Cat atlonal1 Assoeiatiann will bestonr Ma s July SJH I GROWS STEADILY Ladies Auxiliary Is Makin- Progress In Every Way The Ladles Auxiliary A O IL meetingWednesday Hos o Sweeney the President wielding the gavel One new member was in itiated and the President congratu lated her associates on the fact that there had been additions to the aux iliary at each meeting during the present year The members were enthusiastic over the St Patricks day pro granune and unanimously promised I to cooperate Ay Ith the Hibernians both in the religious services on Sunday and the social celebration on the Wednesday following It is probabls singrinbanquet It was also dccldeu to cooperate with Division 1 in giving a ball at the Jolt House on Easter Monday night The Visiting Committee reported that the three members whoI were on the sick list were improving FRIENDS URGE HIM Tames P Mallonls being urged by his friends to make the race for the Democratic nomination for Councilman In the Third ward HP is a 1 promineptEnd Mr Mallon has never aspired to any office but has taken the request of his friends under consideration AN IRISH ASPIRANT Patrick White of Dublin the champion long distance runner oft Ireland has come to America trace to Longboat Dorando Shrubh Hayes and other Marathon per formers White is twentysix years old weights 162 pounds and lasti year won nine races in Ireland off from ten to twentysix miles WITNESSED INAUGURATION Postmaster Frank Fisher of Padu cah and Mrs Fisher spent severalf days in Louisville this week en route toWnshlngton where they witnessed I the inauguration of President Taft Knowing ones say that Mr Fisher is slated for the position of First As sistant Postmaster General under Hitchcockt OLDEST LIVING MAX A Mexican lays claim to being the oldest living man In the world He IIs Jose Gaudulune Alcalde of Jabs titIan State of Jalisco The archives of Luis parish church show that he was born In 1770 so that he is now approaching his 119th birthday He 1I goudforCAPT MAILER QUITE ILL dhief of Detectives Thomas Maher Is quite ill at St Josephs Infirmary and his friends are apprehensive over his condition list has suffered from ib complication IIJ lieases for severe 1 I years 1 hut hitherto his constitution has withstood all shocks His ad mh ers hope thaphe will rally from the present serions illness REPAIRING ORGAN The Rev Father T A Ahmann pastor of St Aloysius church Cov tngtou is rejoicing over the ap proaching completion of repairs to tile organ When the work is con eluded the organ will be one of the finest south of the Ohio river Itst original emit was 12000 antI 7000 was spent on its repairs RETIRES ON PENSION John Scally a veteran of the Louts vlllo fire department has been ro tired on a pension at his own re quest Oir Seally was fur years engineer at the No 7s house and at hi retlreinent was engineer at the No 20 house He retired with the goodwill of Major Fillmore Tyson and his other superiors ROMAN RUMORS A late message from Route nl though It is 1by no means authentic ybeforerumor says that time Pope believes fiftythree teen vacancies in the Sacred College FORTY nouns PRAYER Forty Hours prayer that great devotion to the Messed Sacrament will begin at Stt Pauls church Jackson SundayTitopastor has made preparations for the beautification of the sanctuary and to have special music POPE PIUS BETTEUI For several days last week the Roman correspondents of American newspapers were busy sending mes sages about the Pope s health On Monday however the welcome news was received that His Holiness was onlyfromFRANKFORT NOTES StQr1111IIIOConnell JiayspentState capital isFrankfortRECOVERY Edward J Schranz of 1023 Second street who suffered a serious strain recovbriitgfrothamong his friends He expects to lio LevyBrosGOVERNOR AT CAPITAL witesl1entInauRuralyeekln guests of Justice Harlan and his vrffeV Csnitueky V JOUief Executive will doubtless1 xeturp to his desk at Frankfort on Monday V 8lgnlhjr your ni e tp a fienJii noteia a bad sign gens 25 20eand 18 Suits ForI10 Last Chance Hurry LEYYSIR j Thirdand Market tn1 Where fj mi Goes Im II Yours I Money tltlKeep tab on your small spend and find out where your JIll goes ThatllI give you a good idea as to how a SAV f tt INGS ACCOUNT would grow JIJJ on small sums Lot us show JJJJII interesti IIII TitleI II IIYIII SavmgsII f mlft m ml f ttFifth and Court Place m KNIGHTS I OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere i In St Louis the Knights will have- a carnival front April 12 to 17 At Detroit Mich the Knights are planning to build a 50000 home On Washingtons birthday the joint councils of Wisconsin exemplified the fourth degree on a class of 170 candi datesThe council nt Newport Iy has under serious consideration a proposition to erect its own hall and club house Lust week n class of 108 received the third degree InS laculie under the joint auspices of Syracuse ant1Le Moyne Councils Californias Legislature has followed Colorados example in pasisng legnlholidayIn the city of New York no less than 4000 Knights displayed their Jbirthdaylaymass at St Patricks Cathedral Married folks monopolized the council rooms at Oswego X i one night last week It was the first annual oldtime social of the bene diets of the order Sixty couples at tended and enjoyed the supper and games that followed St Gabriels Council the new coun cil In Mt Adams Cincinnati will Initiate Its first class into the mysteries of the second and third degree to morrow The first degree was exem plified on Thursday An elaborate exemplitltcathennight CIIUKC1I IN CIHYA tileCQtholicpire Vicnvlates or Prefectures fortyfourEarn e priests 592 students in seminaries I215 European Brothers 229 Europeannunsones 1071920 Cnteellumenll424000 VISITS BAHAMAS Archbishop Parley of Nosy York nevTamesIlahama Islands on his canonical visitations Although the Bahamas are British possessions they form nrchcaiocescDuring tomonyhur1 a Toot1much publicity n spoils a good tJJ ti STEWART DRY GOODS coBusiness BiUbllihfd Sixty Years s a doRraRL SuI Special Showing and Sale of New and Exclusive Spring Designs In Fine Foreign Wash Fabrics Second Floor designsandl summer wear New Longcloth Percales with and without border effectsSpecial at yard 15 New Belfast Zephyr Prices yard 50c o75c50candPrice5UeExtra Special 1000 yards Mercerized Pongee on sale today at half priceSpecial yard 15c value19eJ STEWART DRY GOODS CO1incorporated 1M CONNECTION WITH JAM McUtiEEEY 4 Ctf NEW YORK 1909 November Election 1909 Squire John M 1 Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject1 to Action of Democratic Party 909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff PoliceCuurt Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 CLEMe W HUGGINS CANDIDATE FOR Of the Police Court Prosecuting Attorney Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DR J I WHITTENBERQ CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubject to Action of the Democratic Party J1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 F H BURKECOr1dlc1ate For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court 6 uat Jeot to Action of the Demoorcitlo PLlrty 1000 3VOVEJVTI3ER LECJ ION 1000 r WALTER RATCLIFFE J CANDIDATE FOR OOTJNTF OLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION19 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEnXFXH lUAGISXI RXAL DISTRICT Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRESS S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1goc 1 FRANK DAeiiERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFi- fth I District First Second and Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Give your boys la edocatloa that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 We Broailwy Lculivtlle Ky Contacted by the Xaerlan Brottiers l uI1Scientific indBiwInec Course Preparatory De- rpartmeotLa r r e5wimmingPoolWellttqu Oymsism Mod eBra James DIu JOHN S WATSON PLASTERER1 R SpecialtyJtPFFICjfc 223 Fifth Sir tu n J o n f u r KENTUOKY IRISH AltIERIC 1 I 4f PROCESS H LIQUID CARBONIC GAS JOS BARONPLUMBER PLUMBERaid Aiir Pump Hospital Doctor I ToYour Needs +1H 111I I 1i 1ift1 h ++ + Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnlabed for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t H H H t + + H 4 ft ft II 111 II It D1 DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOfr Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET l44 +4 + +++ + t +++++ tt+ + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERALDIRECTORSAND S3S East Mtaira Street1 NNNONINN NNN0010 1ONNN N NNNNNrf N t i J E TRACY L H STRAUB t BOTH PHONES 363 f i TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ii- ctn Ceed on 1531 W MARKET STREET I 9NNNO4OVNNlNNNO NNN NOiNONOt10lNN N THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All oils promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occulont 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH toADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME JHONE 1077 CHOICE Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 COLISEUM NOW o w- nSbIA 42 Hv ry Day 7I tVLEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even rags and Wednesday matinee LULA GLASER in Mile Mischief Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee The Servant of the House With An AllStar Cast 1lOc HOPKINS IOCI Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 pm Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday m UNDER ONE MMANAGEMEITFI- RST I RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater t17 Fourth st Princess Theaterh t 1 Jefferson 348 West Street 317CoAve VestDreamlandct We cater especially to Ladies and Children HENRY HUNOLD BKA1SR IN S1alllndf Fancy Griciriisi A FiRSTCLASIIUhtLEftHiiIN ldYll ffISpeci lty l Iian UOW WALNUT CANDIDATE NAMED Mitre May Come to Able Louisville Doctor of Divinity The Consistorlal Congregation in Rome has recommended a candidate to the 1ope as llishon of Cleveland says a cable to a secular paper JJho rcfonimciKlntlon was made Inst week but the ecceleslastlcal officials are bound to secrecy and can not reveal the name until it has been accepted or rejected by Ills Holiness- It will he remembered that theJ Cleveland clergy In seleitliig ctindl IlisliopIiorsimnnaof Nnshvlllc Tenn as first choice and thuIlev Or Oeorpe W Schuh mnnn of Louisville as second choke for their Itisliop Since the nomin ations were sent in Father Sehuh mnnti has been made irremovable rector of St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets but that will not stand in his way if Pope fins decides to confer the mitro upon him UBAXCIIIXH OUT The Little Sisters of the Poor will establish a house of their order Ini Ottawa in the near future At pres ent they have only one house In Canada GOING TO HOMK flight Rev Bishop Oabriels of Opdensburf X Yo willsail for float on April 21 Itafnrc he rRlurna he will visit his old home in Italglnm and other points of interest in Kiirope IXDISlOSKII FIHEAIKX Martin Joyce of the Xo 2 Hoolt and Ladder Company who was Injured by a vicious horse several weeks ago is still Confined to his bed John Quill of the sane com pany Is also 111 nt his home SHOWS UKAIrilV GHOWTII Catholicity is growing in Switzer land Until a few decades ago it was eOlllltrynenlII nlldtillHOXOIl A MOAHXKI PIIIKST In recognition of his work as a professor of thr University of Inns bruck and as Director of the Aus trian Historical Institute iu Home Francis Joseph Emperor of Austria has raised to the ranks of the nobility J Ill Pastor the historian TRAINING OP CHILDKtiX I believe the tthing I can give my children is myself ore the earnest words of the mother of n large family T may bring to them all beautiful things for their pleas nre and amusement but if in this 1 leave out myself if I fall to enter into their joy 1 have lost my richest treasure my childs love and con fi dence Under these circumstances T Cull not possibly understand their longings mil desires I must indeed be a child again if I childrenlIIewpolntthat the hours are long and wean some to them how can I understand their difficulties their joys and sor rows unless I think ns a child see as a child feel as n child ItKCOGXIZEDl THKM AT OXCK When Tim Healy member of Par liament was visiting in Chicago hn toldstoryWhitelaw had asked me to seo that a hundred excursionists olpportuility of Commons 1 undertook the com mission and when they came on evening when T happened to be the only Irish member present f ar ranged for them to sit in the seats usually occupied by the lush hearhers Soon after I had occasion to lcav my seat and as 1 was returning T observed a party of ladies and gentle men from Chicago A policeman was sightluOneevidently not in sympathy with thj Irish asked where the members from the Emerald Isle were seated The policeman not knowing of the change In personnel waved toward the Irish benches where sat the Bostonians They were viewed for some minutes by the lady who finally said- 44Vlmnt an uncouth unintelligent lot thor are I might have known the villains If I had looked first in that direction FANCIES OP FASHION Stripes are to be unusually popular The onepiece princess dress is popular Time new spring suits continue to have buttons Long sleeves wilt bo worn on all the tailored suits Soft puffy afternoon frocks may have elbow sleeves t Washable tulle predominates for time summer blouse There is a growing possibilityof plaited skirts again Tegal straw is the finest material for the brlmless lint Tulle and linen jabots as as pop ular as over in Paris Abandoned is the shoe of varnished leather for evening wear v Frocks may be buttoned down the front as well as the back Most of the embroidery seen now in tho shops is machine made A device to do away with stocking darning is the gummed patch The separate waist and skirt have almost disappeared from View Filet net stockings in lisle T nd In silk are the rage of the moment Lace will be more than rivaled in popularity l y embroidery and braid trimming pre110mlnatcfor Easters intheirsatin folds IBManyt of tM reader for the advance Bpi tare ef the three piece 1 k Glial fl Rogers tee 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 iu the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street CHEAGEHS SCHOOL 2nd and Breckinridge Sts Respectfully asks the readers to call and see us Should you desire a BUSINESS EDUCATION we think wo 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 FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarant- eedRERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 SIXTH STREET FOR FurnitureOf at the Lowest Prices go to WM FFf MAYER I J 419 W MARKET ST J COLISEUM The devotees of roller skating aim Still putting in nil their Unit at the Coliseum snarl as tine season for the sport is drawing to ix close the attendance both afternoon and evening is greater each day MASONICTIIEt71Jt Pacing the Music is time title of the very successful farce comedy In which James J Corbett will play thq stellar role at Masonic Theater next week The former star pugljlst Is said to have developed great histrionic ability The usual mat inees will be given on Monday Wednesday and Saturday HOPKINS THEATER 1rllgllIl11lnO proven popular mad although the at tendance has always bt en largo the innovation is drawing iiureased crowds As formerly humor and pathos are mixed to n nicety with each series of pictures New mme are shown on Sundays Tuesday and ironices MACAULEVS Miss Lula Maser will come to haltvepresentherchief It Is conceded to be the best vehicle she has employed for her talents in recent years During the last half of the week The Servant of the House will come for a return engagement with an nil star cast MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company continues to furnish excellent motion PrlncclIsandColnmblaThenters pictures in each of those snow houses are high makers nnd clean wholesome humor withalI Biblical Stories are also shown In the motion pictures and as the season of Lent progresses more appropriate films plctaresl GOT IDS WISH A German peddler rapped timidly Kellyangrywashing flung open the door and glowered nt him Did jez wish to see me she deg totesrime+ steps did he asum red her witH an apologetic grin I got my vish thank you 111JSEAvoid flllos lettJeR in lite morning fromthfaucetJonpipe all nightand Mtherefore un who oitf r This caution IIp to be re 1 o j tbnuu u- n t trea STATE AID J For Parochial Schools Is Advocated by Milwau kee Legislator Assembly Uonmchowski of Mil waukee has introduced a joint reso labia providing for tin submission to the voters of Wisconsin of it lon ingState ChlIbillion of the Income of the school fund among the several towns and cities of the State for the support of common schools therein In some just proportion to the number of children mid youth resident therein between the ages of four and twenty years provided that the Skate may ap propriate mill make provision for the distribution annually in aid of parochial schools of such sum or sums in such just proportion as the Legislature may provide IlKTUKNS TO OM LOVE President Koosevelt a fow days ago offered John Cnllan OLaughlin the retiring Assistant Secretary of State the appointment an Minister to ths Argentine Itepublie Olaughlin de clined because he had decided to re turn to his first lore jjournalism He has made arrangements to do special work for the Chicago Tribune FiLL MOLSK 1IOUCS Fit mouse holes with plugs of tout mon hard soap and von will do away with them of feel unity Neither will rats roaches and ants disregard it GOOD ACTIONS When we have practiced good ac tions awhile they become easy When they are easywe take pleasure Ii them When they please us we do them frequently and then by fre quency of act they grow into habits PRKVKNT PhASTKIl 1IUSTKRING A few drops dtf sweet oil or lard nibbed lightly over time surface of a mustard1 plaster will prevent it front blistering the skin To those who have felt the torture of a maims tard blister this preventive will bo good news MUCIIjAGK SUIJST1TUTK If there is no mucilage about in an emergency take a piece of cold boiled potato mud rub it up and down on a piece of paper for several minutes when It will roach a con sistency which will nuke it as sticky as and an excellent substitute for the strongest glue- MTSIOAS HASH Chop or grind meat left from a roast To each pint of meat add one half lan of corn threefourths cup of bread crumbs and enough of the left over brown gravy to make quite paprikaRake utes Excellentl served with baker potatoes 1KISII POTATO LAKE Ilake cold boiled potatoes mash and put enough salt in to season and II lit tie caraway seed mix well then work In with haul enough flour to ihake stiff put on hot iron frying pun flatten to our inch thick cut In quarters hake on both sides on top of stove about one hour to a nice brown do not use butter or grease on prom when done open each quar ter4 and butter well send to table hot DELICIOUS 1 DUMPLING Orate a dozen cooked and cold potatoes aid two tablespoons of flour one cup of bread crumbs one large onion grated oue half cup o minecd1 parsley two eggs pepper and salt to taste mix well together then flour hands and form in balls Lure ready a pot of boiling salted water and drop balls In When they swim to top they arc done Un not allow water to stop bulling or tthey will come apart Dressing Ono cup of butter onehalf cup of breadcrumbs fried brown spread over top and garnish with parsley WilY SI IK WORKED Mrs Jcnkhts hail missed Mrs Untidy from tel accustomed haunts and hearing severalI startling rumors concerning her went In search of her old fl end They tell me you claySarah turned Mrs handy I am under bonds to keep time pence for pulling the Whiskers out of that old scoun drel of a husband of mine mad the Magistrate said that If J1 come afore him agin or laid amis on the old shlllnglilAnout of mischief I what Not much Im working to save up the fine I YOUNG HENS CHIEF FAULT The fault with most young men is that thev tire indolent and inclined to shirk their duty The man who al ways tries to get off as enloJns possible and when working for others dues as little as possible for the wages he receives will never ad thlngInthrough all his business career constantly Keep in mind Because thou hast been faithful in a very little have thou authority over ten cities How many young men nova days pay any heed to this They all want to bo great foUe successful withlittletojllmpright away They all desire V become Vanderbilts or Rockefellers or Morgans but they throw away fool ishly whatever niontiy they earn be IaalteItambitious to succeed In life should froth the cry start make it clear for himself Wilt he must worli hard and neeolilplishingthe and If he does this and TeavVs nd duty undone he will be sure to find his Te varcl firstn n clear conscience and ultimately Jn success tart Jiai toJrol ansfeffort0 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO IIMCO RFO RATXCX Brewers and Bottlers t LOUISVILLE YtOUR SPECIAL BREWFI-s and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNAcKERMANBREWING y INCORPORATED LnUXSVILLE KY ICumb phone West 191 Homo Phone 1913 TKJS k WIEDEMANNttdoofPO- EATLDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught ancj Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor 1 Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky r ASI EOR FALLS CITY BEERO- N i SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB HONE WEST 88 JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 7 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNPOEQTELCO 1 INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr Y 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY I B SSUBAND08 GET Manufactured THE WALL PLASTER GENUINE PLASTER by the DIAMOND CO Incorporated Brook and River Phone 2267 Louisville Ky Also Operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersotivllte tad Phone BBS I EATi NICKS BREAD Because IIts Best Save your tags Good for Handsome Premiums 25th St and Griffiths Ave OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9TOl2 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Dote For time Legt Money I e Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise AH work guaranteed DR HtJJ GOUQHMAN Dentist OFFICE 54a FIFTH iSTREET HOME PHONE 8772 JbhnMRidPLUMBIN PLUMBINGGAS Jobbing and t edec o G 6 Oren I All the new Pall and Winter Styles I and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS Jeffersonvh11eladfor the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Botlmale and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARYREOINAnE- RCYHOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersoavllle lad n HENRYij ftAIJJ POLSP U DYER AND GLEANER ladies aid Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2633 528 Fifth Street NES UBS CWARS VALS t LOON r LERTER Poor very morning from sit3O 230 oclo- cQ T- e j d l I eNTUOKY IRISH AlMERIOAN r Great istiit i and Overcoat Sale at THE BIG STORE To make room for Spring goods Three prices signaling great savings for you 1000 and 850 Suits 1800 and 1500 Suits 2750 and 2500 Suits and Overcoats and Overcoats and Overcoats 5 10 15 t 424 West Market St THE BIG STORE Fourth Between and Fifth 1 MILTON M MARBLESTONE a CO MUSIC IN THE HOMEi Is at all times essential and there Is no time when It Is ap predated more than In the summer A- FARRANDCEOrLIAlsr PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that can All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection Is toinsert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exnetly how to secnre the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecillanMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO1 Incorporated ousaao FOURTH AVENUE JCE DURING MARCH Were likely to have much bad weather A healthful stimulant is necessary Mulloys Coffees and Teas just fit the bill Try his l SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soci 45excellentC COFPEElVl rR kiHome Phone 1313 g14 Zr JVIAJfeiCHJT SSTRI5BJT Q k N 6 110NN00 +1 N 0 NNN ON 1NONNNNON t I7 ifMONUMENTsi i ii 1 e Iflfl- A In order to make room for the en iilargementI of our workshop we T our extensive STOCK OF offerii tCLASS MONUMENTS at exceed = ingly prices Call and examineii iiIii 1 t + 0 0 6 1 1 + + + 4 + + 44+1 + + 14 0010011N00 +1N110r- ir r e u INCORPORATED O I SVILL DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and v Horse Shoeing Forge = SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Celled For and Delivered i Both Phones2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET t 0 1lIbME1 I rJI ELORISF Plant Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE 556thSt rb r s- roCharles and Texas Sts z oesros tN il NNNNNN NNNNNi NNIO NMO dNi1 r QUICK EALllSRANBES For many years the Quick Meet has been universally acknowledged an the best gas rangeln the market They cook Ickly bake excellently and on account el air burner consume Ilee banany other They are more leaned and are made to last The tvemeata this year will keep it- t rank l Having mad our pricewe NBAB E B HIBERNIANS s Whet They Have Been Dolr r the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 of Syracuse Is arranging for an elaborate exemplification soon after Lent At Stratford Conn the Hibernian have donated 100 toward building ia new church A new division has been organized at Waltham Muss und starts out with forty members diVISIionsttiatcd into the mysteries of Hiber pianism at Milwaukee tomorrow At Meriden Conn one division of the Ladies Auxiliary has 579 mum bers and another over 200 members- In St Louis fiftysix candidates are waiting to be initiated oy the degree team of the County Board At Duluth Minn the order celebrated Robert Emmets nnnlversarj with a musical and literary entertainment Syracuse wilt have the largest par ade in Its history on St aPtrick day and of course Hibernians are arranging it In New Haven Conn a juvenil division of the Ladles Auxiliary has been organized and 200 girls have signed the charter roll St Louis Hibernians through their County Boarf have unanimously indorsed the Knights of Columbus Carnival to be held in AprilHon P J Haltigan editor of the National Hibernian has been presented with a silk umbrella by Green Cross Council Knights of Columbus At Syracuse the contest in the fortyfive games for a silver mounted gavel Is still warm between Divisions S and 7 After the last sitting Divis ion 7 was nineteen games to the goodThe fey Father John T CUm naugh C S C will be the principal orator at the Milwaukee celebration on St Patricks day Archbishop Messmer will celebrate the solemn high mass Elkton claims to have the largest division of nay town in South Da kota and with the Ladles Auxiliary and Catholic Knights of America claim to have the largest aggregation lu that State The JJev Father Doinnsoy of St Louis will address the Hibernians of Milwaukee late this month on his work among the hobos Tho exact date for his visit to Milwaukee has not been fixed The Milwaukee divisions celebrated Robert Enimetts birthday Wednes day evening with a card part1Jre vious to the card games Vincent D Hennessy delivered an address on the life of the young Irish martyrpa triot Time Ladles Auxiliary of Rome N 1meld their eighth annual ball last week with 200 couples in attendance The divisions in Norwich Conn have offered a prize of 25 to the pupil of the parochial schools who will write the best essayon The Irish iii American History The award will be mode on St Patricks tiny KNOCKED OUT Court of Appeals Puts a Damper On License Board The Louisville License Board re I ceived a check Tuesday that it did not appreciate Severall months ago the board declined to grunt licenso to Mutt Gagan to operate a saloon at Shelby and Main streets and to John J Heiulrlcks to operate n saloon at Clay and Main streets Messrs Ciagnn and Hendrlcks appealed to the Circuit Court and the court decided both had clean records and that a license should have been granted them The License Board curried the matter to the Court of Appeals and that august judicial body has af firmed the ruling of the lower court Mr Gagan and Mr lien drlcks wilt reopen their saloons at once LOUISVILLE BALL CLUB The baseball season 1 Is rapidlv an Loulsyilreearea first class ball club and they ex pect w patronize It liberally At the same time they have every confi dance in President Thomas Barker and Vice President ants General Man ager Chivlngton who furnished such an excellent article of baseball last season These gentlemen have shown their appreciation of their patrons efforts by increasing the grand stands capacity and they have also secured twentyfive first class ball players Louisville will be a good ball town as long as Itluula first class ball club When tho team is weak the patronage will fall KNIGHTS AND LADIES Branch 3 Catholic Knights and Ladles of America met at time Cath ollc Womans Club last Tuesday night and elected Mrs William J 818 Fifth street Presl Nortonnof 3 Is doing nicely now and is In sound financial condition Mrs Norton idl possessed of qualities that especially fit her for the position and Branch 3 Is to be COB ratulated upon the wisdom of its choice in filling s cha very Jm li6rtant office CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee C K of A vill meet in regular session at St Marys HalJ next Friday night indas matters of importance are to be llscuiised a lull attendance is expected The Entertainment Committee wall also report on the plans that have been made for the postmaster celebration FEAST FOR TOTSt iV nattvevof Ireland how residing Itl Cin lnniiti will furnish a featt- Itthe youBinitfcrV oftheChildrens Home In fbat city on March 17 JJe benne that this will be w splendid- way of celebrating Stt Patrick s day SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First nnd Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan TreasurerCharles J Finegan iSergeahtutArmsAndrew Curran SentinelLouis holler- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentD D McKenna Recording SecrotaryT J Stone Financla1SocretaryJnoTICeaneyTreasurerJoseph SergeantatArmsTolm T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G Hesslotl Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon Sergeant atArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrarid Hall Sixth Street President John IL Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording1 SecrctnryJno J WInn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergcantatArais John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEItSOXVlLLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall Count President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice President Itobcrt Gleas6n Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fognrty and John Kennedy Y11d Y MACKiN COUNCIL 205 fleets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kleffcr First Vice President T4ios D Clines Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman Corresponding Secretary William F Burke Financial SecretaryFrank G AdllmsIIeaurc1Danle1 W Weber Marshal Adolnhus Andriott Inside SentinelJ C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An drlott fJ11IfE 1t1 o HIG s TO1G Recommended by Clergymen 11 Mr Peter Ktrschbanm writes from 0lenhaven WIs i Mr son three rears ole was afflicted with Epilepsy I tried S different doctors but bo kept in getting worse until Rev P J Jones told me to try Pastor Kpenlga Nerve Tonio In all be took 4 bottles and no sign of the sickness has shown Itself in 20 months while before he took the Tonic the spells came on regular now he is well Rev F J Weber writes on Nov H 1806 from Earl Park indt Mr Nelson Mcrajon used bottles of Pastor Koenig Nerve Tonic against Epillpsy and has not had an attack since also Mr Arthur Farad of tills city after niinr ono bottle of the Tonic was treed from the same aliment Mr Jos Magln on August St 1908 writes from Eransrllle Ind Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic entirely cured me of headache nnd I cannot praise the medlciui enough and will recommend It to all sufferers Valuable Book on Nor F REEA Diseases and Sample to any address Poor pa tlenU also get the medicine tree Prepared by the Rev FATHER KOINIO of Fort Wayne Ind1 since J 870 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III t lOOOake Street Sold by Druggists at 1 per Itottls 6 for 5 Large Sir I175J 6 Bottles tor SB A IlEGKNT DKATIIS The funeral of Mrs Julia Delph who died at tile family residence 144 North Adams treet Thursdaynlght- of last weelf took place from the Cnurch of the lJIescd Sacrament ou Monday morning t Miss Agnes Hvilberdlnff a popular young lady of St Anthonys parish died at the home of her mother Mrs Rosa Wilberding 402 South Twenty fouth street Saturday afternoonc Her funeral which was largely at tended took place from St Anthonys church Monday morning Mrs Laura Landers thirty years old died of malaria at her home nightlienthree children survive her The fu neral took place from St Josephs church on Tuesday morning The de ceased was greatly beloved by all who knew Jierf i Mrs Nary Countin fortythree years old died at the family resi dence 059 Underhill street Friday night of listl week and her funeral took place front St Aloysius church Monday morning Her husband Thomas Countin two sons David and Thomas Countiu and a daughter Miss Alias Countin are left to mourn her death The deceased was quite popular in the community in which she residedu Funeral services ertbebodroi Sirs Ida Elirjbeth Archer who flied Saturday afternoon at the home of her sister Mrs Jacob Frank 604 East Walnut street took plate from St Cecilias church on Monday afternoon Time deceased had been suffer ing tram dropsy tor four years and the end was not unexpected liar husband Jamg F Archer and a number of other relatives reside at 2831 Stevln street Mrs Archers un timely death is mourned by all who knew her IXiTATQ PQUiTICB i Rawr IIrated taro appfled oa burn or scald will eliae time pttla Im mediately I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Rdcent Events Culled Prom Exchanges Both the Cavaa County and Urban Councils have passed resolutions closing all places of business on St Patricks day In the County Fermanagh the Lis nakea District Council has rejected a proposall to build a bridge across Upper Lough Erne Seventyfive young men have made application for the place as Engineers assistant In the Surveyors office County Derry John Carnoy a cattle dealer who died recently at his homo in tlullin gar was burled In IIopestown come tery County Westmeath The archdiocese of Armagh has lost a noted priest in the death of the Itev Father Peter Fox pastor of the parish of Klllccshlll County TyroneThe Itev Father James Macken has been transferred as curate from Killccskill County Tyrone to Cooks town to suceed time llev Father Pat rick Brennan recently deceased Time llev Father John Conway one of the most popular priests in the County Antrim is dead at the age of fiftysix years tie was for many CollegeBelfastBelfastJ NewryhasWarrenpoint Electoral division of the Down County Council lie suc ceeds Charles J OHare who recently resignedWhen the sale of cattle was under taken by the Sheriff of Gal way at Ballyglnnin 800 persons crowded around and drove the Sheriff nnd 100 pollee away with showers of stones and clubs The Passionlst Fathers are ne gotiating for the purchase of twenty micros of land and the residence of A Cassidy Groan County Wevford to be used as a novitiate for the order in Ireland- Parishioners of St ilaeartcns Cathedral church Clogher will erect a mural tablet to the memory of the durmJrlifetcutntlous labors Mrs Catherine Brammelly has sue cumbed to shock and exposure as the nearKilmoremense concourse followed the rev mains to their last resting place timelidinlanunrthe yearThisb 3943llichnol prominentTipperary hindbeenpute over a farm The parish priest omeIntriumphWhen OalInghelIrogliedarecently congratulutlons Itcland W011DS OF PJKA1SE Bishopelect Grimes Pays Tribute to Knights of Columbus Time Catholic Sun of Syracuse says Lust Sunday at the Cathedral JUghLlIeIng hits sermon preached at the lute thtlnlghtsgood work accomplished by the organization in furthering the inter ofthlperi l cXJCelcommunity The magnificent show thoJulghtsunI1Ialgttndevidenceorganization mid tho scene must theRightSHOWS ENTEIUlUSU showinlll Athletic dlstunceto wiftakenextWednesday andthodecidethetheLouisville conIa regcivesdue attractions IIKAITH IMPKOVED GaffneyOhospitalPassaic EuropoFuUter ewJersey atStInroulsv1Uoanl1St Peters church at Memphis for nix lovedInLENTEN SERVICES Time Lenten devotionare well attended in all the arise churches and many pious families assemble their families in the even lag and recite the rosary when timers ehurelmc parish 4 PrIIiST ItI1SUJIER DUTIES c gewhowasindisposed lumea his do St Johns Orphan Asylu ni Xy last unday Hiemuch ina prov U tI For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street jTLl aa EBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE W H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager IKEADQLTAI2TE I 3 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can alwaya find the best the market affords in Choice Cut of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURQEVIN 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