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P KENTUCKY IRISH J AMERICAN t VOLUME XXILNU 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDA MARCH 20 1909 PRICE FIVE GENTS- ii TRIBUTES To Everything Irish Paid by Loyal Hibernians at Banquet 5 St Patricks Day Fittingly Observed With Speech and Story Eloquent Addresses From Able Representatives of the r Order MENU UN EXCELLENT STYLE Of the several social functions iu honor of St Patricks day in and around the Falls Cities none brought forth a larger crowd of fair women and able men than did the Hibernian banquet at the Galt House Wednesday night It was in Lent and on a day of abstinence from flesh meat besides but Manager OShaughnessy showed them that there were viands just as appetizing as venison beef or birds Fish and vegetables with dainty Ices were served in befitting style and all left praising the cuisine of the Galt HouseBut after the physical man had been fully satisfied the committee on Arrangements provided a feast everyHibernianPresident P J Welsh was toast master and although it was his first essay in that line he acquitted him self in excellent style It was he who welcomed the guests with a Caed Mille Fallhe and who made i theiplNCIJIrIshat the close of the evening all joined In singing The Harp That Onco Thro Taros Halls After his welcoming address and AuxiliaryCountyJ State President George J Butler whose theme was Hibernianlsm Mr Butler was interesting brie and to the point He said there was nothing higher nothing nobler in temporal affairs than the motto of the orderFriendship Unity and Christian Charity He told how tha order was Increasing In membership and he appealed to Kentucky Hiber nians to make the order as strong here as it is in other sections of tho countryAttorney J J Kavanagh was quite poetic m his remarks and used many pretty figures of speech as for in stance Ireland I There is magic in the very name It annihilates both beyondthesoil Listen You can hear the music of the bells of Shanilon see rising through the mists the sham rock clad hills of Tara yonder the sweet vale of Avoca lies before you hero lay in all their lovely charm and silvery beauty Klllarnoys lakes In his peroration Mr Kavanagh said My friends we can not and we should not forget the past We should dwell lovingly on the sacri fices and unselfishnes of those who have gone before Let us my friends strive to emulate insofar as we can the splendid example set by those of other days Let us even in this workaday world put aside jealousies and prejudices and petty quarrels and united for a common cause the progress advancement and ultimate freedom of Ireland so live that we1 may be worthy of her golden and unforgotten past that these words may be truly said of us Souls of fire like columns pointing Flamelike upward to the skies Glorious brows which Gods annotat ing- Consecrated altar wise Stainless hearts like temples olden None but priest hath ever trod Hands as pure as were the golden Staves which bore the ark of God County Vice President Joseph Lynch responded to the toast Good of the Order He eulogized the men who established the order In the old land and in the new and urged the present members to follow In the footsteps of their predecessors it they wish to see the order flourish and win its roper place in the community Attorney William P McDonogh paid tribute to the Irish in America and recalled deeds oi prowess per formed by sons of Erm In the United States from the Revolutionary war to the present time Among other things he said Right in this coun try wo sought refuge The land of the free and the home of the brave was open to us when our own soil was fortified against us by the foe man We came hero and were received with open arms and we have repaid tho debt of gratitude by be coming a factor In the business and Industrial world Miss Mary Corcoran spoke for the Ladies Auxiliary and rave an epit ome of that bodys history In Louisville as well ns throughout the nation She said the good done by the local division of the auxiliary could not be estimated She closed DY urg m lug all members of the auxiliary to attend the ball to be given at the Galt House on Faster Tuesday night The Ladles was the delicate sub tinsect astltrnedto Attorney Patrick T Sullivan yet he did not balk at tho task He raid high tribute to the women of Ireland from the time of- tt Sf iBrkrld to the present days lIe i declared the daughters of Erin to be faithful gentle loving kind and a t 01 aretllttaI Ireland or to any country V widen they rwM d ii- a nltfaraeyThomar JValstt made tb principal adtTen of for OTiii JbI n response to the toast The Day Wo Celebrate Although Mr Walsh was in a happy vein there was a deep tinge of religious reverence running address In speakIngof St Patrick he said They have madeI him the most the history of the worldEverybody loves St Patrick everybody has heard of him everybody venerates his memory and applauds the great deeds that he performed long ago In con verting Ireland to Christianity Now my friends we all love St Patrick because ho is the apostle of our country lIe like Moses of old led our forefathers out of the land of dark ness and of bondage into the light of day and into the glorious revela tions of the New Testament He led us into the promised land better and sweeter for us all by the smiles and tears the song and laughter of its handsome women and brave men St Patrick was the real emancipator of ourroce In conclusion Mr Walsh said And let me observe In this connec tion that wherever you find the Irish whether In public or in private life whether marching In processions or deliberating In assemblies upon ques tions of public policy intended for the public good you will always find Hibernians in the forefroht of the van by their counsel and wisdom leading their followers onward in the achievement of all things that tend to prompt the best interest and welfare of their race And among other things you will notice that wherever you may discover them upon the face of this round globe as the years go by you will find them celebrating St Patricks day by song and speech and story even as we are celebrating it here tonfght BEGIN EARLY Mobile Knights of Colum bus Enlist Leading Citizens Members of the order in Mobile are taking time by the forelock In their efforts to arrange a suitable reception for the national convention of the Knights of Columbus which will assembleI in that city during the week beginning August 2 They sent a delegation to the directory of the Mobile Commercial Club last week Mutt Mahorner Jr Chairman of the delegation stated tne object of the visit of himself and his col leagues which was for the jiurpose of discussing the question of the en nntlonalconveJltlon Knightsfromada Mexico Cuba and possibly the Philippines Their entertainment he said was intended to be without re gard to creed and he promised that Mobile would receive more advertise ment through this convention than from any gathering ever held within her gates The following resolution was unan imously adopted representing the Chamber of Commerce Cotton Exchange and Commercial Club to appoint a committee to confer on the subject of providing ways and meant to meet the expenses Incident to time entertainment of the citys guests programme of en tertainmentthis committee tomeei in the rooms of the Commercial Club March 18 The action of the directory was entirely satisfactory to the visiting K C delegation ETERNAL REST ror Veteran Soldier and Citizen Who Is Widely Mourned The funeral oJ Capt John ODaly who died at the family residence 705 Florence Place on Friday morning of last week took place from St Louis iBertrands church on Monday morn- Ing The deceased was seventyfive years of and a native of Indiana but had spent the greater part of his life in Louisville Capt ODaly was a blacksmith by trade but at the outbreak of the civil war espoused the Federal cause and vas made Cap tain of a company of volunteers that served throughout the war After peace was declared he returned to Louisville and resumed his trade of rifensivea kind husband and an affectionate father For more than forty wears he had resided with his family in St parishFortyseven Capt ODaly married Miss Sarah Murphy of this city who survives him Asa result of this union the following children were born Eugene ODaly of Ver sallies Joseph Thomas and John ODaly Jr and Misses Alice and Sarah ODaly AU of them survive their father and were with him when the end came He is also survived brother Eugene ODaly acting Chief of detectives and the senior detective in that bureau A few years ago his bister Sister Hllde garde a well beloved Sister of Char ity died at Nazareth Academy His funeral which took place from St Louis Bertrands church Monday morning was well attended by piany old friends anti comrades in arms GAVE TWO FINE FLAGS I preceding the last exemplification of the degrees by the Milwaukee Hibernians an American and an Irish flag were presented to Monsignor Keogh pastor of St Johns Cathe drflll for the new Cathedral Instl tute by Prof nOlan of Marquette University on behalf of thellocal r landsomelanc1IThey will fly front the flag poles of 40 fnstituteanall Irish and iAmef cad holidays LEADERS Ot Liberal Party Bow to Will of the Irish Executive Heads How Arthur Dewar Was Forced to Make StraightforwardAnswer Attacks of OBrien Have Solid lied People in Adhesion to Homo Rule TRITE TALK FROM 0 CONNOR The leaders of the Irish Parka mentary party are standing pat on the proposition to put the same questions to every Liberal candidate hereafter as they did to Winston Churchill These questions were Are you in favor of home rule mean ing thereby an Irish Parliament with an executive responsible thereto for the management of Irish affairs Are you ready to use your influent to have home rule made a leading issue at thel next general election Thus writes lIon T P OConnor in his last budget to the Chicago Tri bune And he continues A mo merits reflection will make you understand why the second question was even more important than the first No Liberal nowadays is op posed In principle to home rule for Ireland but that is not the difficulty The reall difficulty is that adhesion to home rule as a principle may mean two different and indeed almost con flicting thingseither that home rule is simply a pious opinion to be held in the recesses of the individual politicians conscience or that it is a living and active issue which binds the Liberal party to propose and carry it on to law at the first pos sible opportunity This strange and even paradoxical factIother leaders of the Liberal Imper partyhadpose home rule In the present Parka mentheir excuse being that they wanted Englishmen to concentrate an the struggle between free trade NaflanalIsts situation shall arise again Mr OConnor also writes interestingly oi the negotiations between lIon Arthur Dewar a Scotch lawyer and the Irish Executive of which the writer Redmond Dillon Devlin and other lenders are members He tells how the former Lord Advocate which is Scotch for Attorney Gen eral Was boosted into time House of Lords As a result of this vacancy Dewar was made Solicitor General and the acceptance of office pom palled him to resign his seat in South Edingurgh and to stand for reelec tion In South Edinburgh there is a big Irish vote and of course the two questions became very im portant In his case To quote Mr OConnor again Dewar is a home ruler of twenty years standing and he took the first plclge at once But ho also balked at the second question and while ready to say that the sooner homo rule was settled the better nnd that it shall always hold a place in the programmehewords One of the leading issues at the next general election This made it clearer than ever that the issue must be fought out at these elections and that if it were necessary In order to awaken Liberal lead erS to the grim reality of the situa tlon and of the Irish demand the Irish voters should help to put in a Tory But again this vote for a Tory always objectionable to Irish sohythewas going on a debate in the House of Cpmmons in which the carrion calledtheengaged In their usual hate and calumny against Ireland and were once more demanding coercionSo after day they sat ad journing telegraphing negotiating until at last it came to Friday before the election and even then negotia tions seemed as far as ever from a satisfactory conclusion And the meeting of the executive which started at half past 12 oclock bud to be postponed till half past 4 But then an intimation vas given that no further delay was possible By half past 4and not a moment before there came the message that Dewar would give the required answers whichmeant of course that the leaders of the Liberal party were in agreement That night Irish officials and speakers were on their way to Glas gow Every one felt that the result Importantbutcrisis had given a great step forward broughthomefront of the great political fight in the British constituencies and that was Joyful news whatever else fol lowedIreland Is rather in the back ground In the House of Commons and the center of interest has been transferred to Dublin where even Timothy Mealy has refused to back Wllllfim P OBrien ftiHben and the whole controversy has only wrved in peopleInmoa and blilcio1IegUt r J i HUSTLING FIRM Hughes Mercantile Com pany a Most Welcome- Acquisition tri y The Hughea Mercantile Company with John A Hughes formerly of Mobile Ala at itliea r is the latest addition to the iijve business firms I forImnerly JOHN A HUGHES at Mobile and represented one of the largest wards in the city When he left Mobile to come to Louisville several weeks ago he was the senior member of the real estate and insurance firm of Hughes Mor rlll Lyons one of the largest deal ers in that sectlopfof the South Dur ing his many Jtook in Mobile Mr pnrtInIs now State President of time C K of A for Alabama and was formerly State Secretary of that organization He has also served as State Vice President and State Treasurer of thcIA 0 II and is now County President of the order in Mobile Mr Hughes has represented the Hibernians of Alabama at two national conventions In addition to his membership in time HughesisKnights of Columbus and is an ElkII Though a Northern man by birth lie has been identified with the Democratic party and is imbued with the best spirit of the South Mr Hughes is 1 young man and has had lots of experience His energy is indefatigable and his ac qualntances predcJcLthnt be vivlll make good in hIsnew field lie hnB been successful in all his undertakings and before embarking in the real estate business was Chief Operator for the Western Union Tele graph Company at an Important I station in Mobile He expects to re move his family to Louisville The Hughes Mercantile Company has gone into the mall order business and proposes to handle only standard goods thus protecting their patrons from swindlers = THOMAS J STEVENS The Popular Secretary of Division 3 A 0 a- iFRIENDLY SONSII Of St Patrick Enjoyed Song and Story at the Seelbach The Louisville branch of thIFriendly Sons of St Patrick and the lady friends of Its members enjoyed St Patricks day with a dinner at the Seelbach supplemented wJth music and oratory Judge Matt ODoherty was the toastmaster and was In his happiest mood The maIn feature oJ the evening was the musical programme arranged and direct ed by Mrs Mary Doyle Harlg All of the artists were first class and none but strictly Irish airs were given i The music reflected credit upon the cultivated taste of Mrs Harlp After a medley of Irish airs by Miss Imelda Shea Mrs T A liar rett sang Come Back to Erin Miss Rose Watson gave Kathleen Mavourneen and Douglas Webb ren dered Klllarney There Were two addresses one by Judge Walter P Lincoln who dilated upon the fidelity and heroism of Irish race and the other by the theII Edward J McDermott wliose ject was A Story Without Words Tn speaking of Irelands exiles he said Those men who were forced to flee for their lives for no cause whatever have never forgotten the treatment accorded them Wherever you find an Irishman fie has standing Iin the comm nltJhV are atthi Raglandnation tbmlvt the I Ihh f t4 be r kol1edWtth I yr MAMMOTH Turnouts of Hibernians Twice in One Day Is Quite- Encournging Ladles Auxiliary as Well as Men Attended Muss at St Patricks General Quarterly Meeting anti Address From Judge ODoherty SUGGESTIONS FOR THE FUTURE Last Sunday seems to have marked an epoch in the history of local Hibernianlsm for the religious cele bration of the feast of St Patrick in the morning was followed by a splendid attendance at the quarterly meeting In the afternoon Between 400 and 500 Hibernians and members of the Ladles Auxiliary attended the 630 oclock mass at St Patricks church in the morning and all ap Very11ecelebrated the mass preached a brief sermon appropriate to the occasion and complimented the order onitslarge attendance He admonished aU- to be as true to the faith as their ancestors had been In Ireland and to neighborsInoclock the members of the four divisions assembled at Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak where the second quarterly meeting of the year was vBoardpurpose called the discussion of any and all matters that would advance the order in this city and county He introduced State President Butler thequalltthe only thing lacking being quan He expressed his gratification presentedbyof the order and Ladles Auxiliary In the morning at St Patricks church Patrick T Sullivan President of degreeteam urgedthatnext month The presence of Judge Matt ODoherty was noted and in a few well chosen words he was presented to those assembled by County Presi dent Welsh Judge ODoherty said he had not come to make an address but before he was allowed to sit down he had made one of the most stirring Irish speeches heard in Louisville in years In brief he said the Irish have reason to be proud of pasttwentyfiveespeciallylordism the curse that had scattered the race all over the world Is almost dead Thousands of the tenant farm ers now own their own lands Land lordism condemned the Irish to a anyhopeof Ireland own their own landsaid Judge ODoherty no name will stand higher than Michael Davitt the father of time Land League HP also dwelt upon Daniel OConnell and his efforts to secure the repeal of the union which had been brought about by bribery and corruption He urged Hibernians to follow OCon nells example to be earnest and faithful in their work for Ireland The spirit of Christ andof the church must animate them in all undertakingsCharles announced that Division 1 and the Ladles Auxiliary would give a ball at the Galt House on Easter Tuesday night lIe ex tended an invitation to nil Hiber nians to cooperate with them in this undertaking County Vice President Lynch suggested that hereafter when the Hibernians wanted to honor St Patrick by receiving holy Sundaybedid not approach the sacrament Lawrence J Mackey suggested the appointment of a committee to select speakers and subjects and to malother necesary arrangements for time next general quarterly meeting The CountyPresidenterary committees from the various divisions to carry out the work William M HIggins editor of the Kentucky Irish American said he was Impressed with all he had Heard expressedtheone that would last On motion of D J Coleman it was decided to Invite time ladies of the auxiliary to the alsodecldeUinvite the general public to the meet ing in order that prospective candi dates might learn what the order was doing At the close of the meeting a rising vote of thanks was tendered Judge ODoherty for his splendid address It was decided to hold the next quarterly meeting in the evening instead of in the after AttorneyNewtonbut owing to the late hour declined to address the gathering BOYD WINCHESTER BETTER lIon Boyd Winchester who has been seriously ill at time Norton Infirmary for several weeKS is gaining friendshopePFEFFERS YAWTURR thebakerYandM k by George A Mann at 2904 Bardstown road and will conduct it in first class style Mr Pfeffer tools possession on Thursday and began business at ausplcesHebake bread pies cakes and carry on confeetlonerybusiness and sell Ice cream of nil styles and practicalbakeryearshasness for the National Biscuit Company Until this week he was a res cityliethe organizer of Unity Council Y M I Iand served several1 terms as Treas of that council and was also Supreme Director of the order in Indiana He is likewise n charter member of New Albany Council I Knights of Columbus and is now the Advocate of that body RELIGIOUS Celebration ofSt Patricks Day Were Numerous This Year St Patricks church was crowded Wednesday morning by sons and daughters of Erin all wearing the green and all anxious to do honor to the apostle of Ireland Time hour set for the solemn high mass was 030 oclock but long before that VeryIlevcelebrant of the mass with the Ilev Father Patrick Walsh of Sacred Heart church as deacon and file Rev Father John T OConnor of Holy Name church as suodeacon The sermon on St Patrick was preached by the Rev Father Thomas W White of St Frances of Home church and was a masterpiece of eloquence An augmented choir under the direction of Prof Leo Schmitt rendered a special musical programmeOn night the Rev Father Patrick Walsh in the course of his Lenten sermon paid tribute to St Iatrlck at the Sacred Heart church St Philip Neris church was thronged Wednesday evening by the faithful who wished to honor St Patrick After solemn vespers a noted clergyman pf the West preached an eloquent sermon on St Patricks life and works The services closed with benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Limerick turned out in vast num bers Wednesday to hear the panegyric of St Patrick preached at St Louh Bertrands church Time speaker was the Ilev Father Doyle 0 P a noted Dominican orator now stationed here and his lecture was masterpiece The recitation of the Rosary preceded the sermon and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament brought the services to a close Almost all of the English speaking congregations honored St Patrick either on Tuesday or Wednesday evening Time Rev Father William R Dunn 0 P preached a panegyric of St Patrick at St Augustines church in Jeffersonvllle Wednesday night The church way crowded and his lecture was highly appreciated RED HATS Are Causing the American- Corresponpents Lots of Worry American newspaper correspondents have put in their spring appear aspirantsforthe saysArchbishopof Boston Is in Rome and Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia is expected at Easter while Archbishop Ireland of St PafilI left hero only a short time ofco These with Archbishop Farley of New York are regarded as the most likely candidates for the reel hat at the next consistory Indeed acord Ing to the Vatican idea of time American helrarchy they represent the chief types of the Catholic clergyof the United StatesArchbishop Ilynn as the last and best champion of the Irish clergy translated and trans planted in America Monsignor Far ley as the follower of tho orthodox ArchbishopCorrJgan a thorough American representative of the Catholic spirit in the new con tinent and finally Archbishop OCon nell as the youngest and most direct CathpllcRomeRomeThey are among the most worthy prelates the Catholic church pos sesses not only In America but throughout the Catholic world Who however will be raised to the Cardinalate is the question asked Some even ask If any American will receive the honor There is no doubt that Monsignor OConnell when Rector of the American College here managed rooted in the hearts of prominent ecclesiastics now at the helm of affairs thnt he most likely will be chosen Still there are many difficulties In the way as he is the youngest American Archbishop and It is indispensable not to offend the feelings of older prelates APPRECIATES COURTESIES County President PJ Welsh wishes In behalf of the County Board A O H to express thanks to the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G for the excellent ser mon preached to the assembled Hi bernians at St Patricks church last SHjnday and for the many other courtesies received on that morning He likewise tenders thanks tor State President George J Butler and County Treasurer DJ Coleman for thVlr work In arranging the bang theW nesday and securing 4akers Thanks are further ex A1erl1idthJos CbtJtriourtesiea re1e edIn J ALOUSJJ Automobile Wrecks Itselt and Capsizes With Police i Ofllcers t Revengeful Machine Had Not Been Invited to Glorious Feast Iuewspaper Men Barred Because They Tell Too Many Truths WHY NOT AN INVESTIGATION Shakespeare or some other fluent philosopher years ago said Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned Whoever he was he intended to epitomize jealousy but it remains for the twentieth century to bring in a x ffjealousthe place and Monday night or very early Tuesday morning the time The CaptlIenrpolicemenbesidesA new police station was opened at Eighteenth and Garland Monday night There were speeches and e refreshments and it was after mid lI departedWhile freshed the automobile remained passively outside Certain it is that t the automobile got nothing to drink Sometime after midnight so the ponce say a telephone message came for a hurryup order of police to ga CaptMeyerpolicespcdthroughall quiet at Thirtyfourth and Broad way On they sped in the direction of Shawnee Park and then turned in to Chestnut street En route east aabeforccould turn aside there was a collision and the car owned by the taxpayers was wrecked Fortunately none of the police were hurt but it will tako several weeks and several more hun dred dollars to repair the damage to the sullen jealous automobile policefrom r erred a resident of the West End to telephone for a patrol wagon to come alsotruewagonhovepollcofiredattract the attention of the driver of the wagan othertheftscently that the police seem utterly powerless Because one or two newspaper men dared to mention havebeencers room at Central Police station policetoburglarsIs ODoody vicjnityofexenstrippednot found badly beaten about the atThmirteenththe Louisville Railway Company Is admonished belongingsWhat Isi SaturdaynIght meetlng cityfathersrolls The mere hint caused conster shouldbeushnve e CALLED nOME t Well Known and Highly Esteemed Citizen Is No More John Lyons for fourteen years a forcediedTuesdayandIsono wasbornagoHegigantic stature yet lie was always quiet and even tempered None over iheard of John Lyons abusing oner either before or after arrest 1 ordlnnrilywellversed veteranHenry cotidholdtopicsSince from the police force Mr Lyons made his home andEllenrerencsLyonsThe funeral took place from Holy andthepaid a fitting tribute to the memory of the deceased CENTRAL COMMITTEE CKf9fAtHmeetMarys Hall Eighth and Grayso11 streets at 230 oclock tomorrow 1 tleBleEltInghl and to perfect arrangements for the n musicale to be held durme Raster weekx A full attendance of de1 temp- is deitad G j I NAW JT 4 a KENTUOKY xkIscx AJME Io r KNTUGKY IRI1 M1fi- ftii to the Social and Moral Advanceraement I IrlshI Americans a d CathplcsI 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 5C Enured flhe Loulivllle Pottofilce ae SecoadClu natter Addrtsi Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 WeJt Urges St t r SOUNCILV LOUISVILLE KY SAIIJRU4t MARCH 20 1909 VACTEIi WISELY lot Willsoii has repeatedly declliieil to call mi extra session of VV the Kentucky Legislature for the purpose of extending the county unit law Nevertheless a number of the preachers Identified with the Anti Saloon League addressed a letter to the Governor telling him of the mission they had been appointed to perform Very wisely the States Chief Executive advised them to save their tiifen til and their railroad fare giving them to understand that he would not call the extra session PUSH TAU1KK HILL i Congress met In special session I Monuny pursuant to a call issued by President Taft and it is to be hoped that both branches will promptly expedite a tariff bill Until the tariff question Is settled it Is vain to hope for a resumption of normal business conditions Tho dealers in leather in wood pulp in lumber in tobacco and in hundreds of other commodities are not going to buy raw material in large quantities until the tariff is fixed When the question is settled the factories will reopen and prosperity will once more reign in the land LACK OF CARK The management of the Louisville rVTimes apparently fried to do the right thing by the Irish this year but It has yet to learn that the shamrock has only three leaves St Patrick preached the doctrine of the triilne God using the shamrock aa art emblem Moore wrote melodies I howIyet the Louisville Times insists upon foisting a four leaved shamrock on the public If its cartoonist would thoughtlessly draw the picture of a man with three legs or a woman with two tongues he Would be fired A J time more cart in all that lis necessary TO IJB COMMTNUElV t Hon Mr C Jlnnkln the State Commissioner of Agriculture de t erVc8 to be commended for his wirlt In seeking to prevent the farmers ot Kentucky from the wiles of dealers T in Impure seeds or rather Adulterated seeds Kentucky despite her coal fields anti other mineral resources Is esentinlly an agri cultural State Her hemp tobacco mid corn have reputations more than national ami to maintain that reputation her farmers must secure the best seed The correspondence made public by Commissioner Ilankin last week is not only interesting but it shows that the Commissioner is keeping his eye on the gun INCITES MOB SPIRIT On Friday of last week the Louisville Evening Post sought in its leading editorial to excite mob violence to arouse people to visit the Criminal Court room and to intimidate officials and jurymen in the trial of Robert J Foster who has been indicted on the charge of 4aSinUlt and battery Foster IS accused of brutally attacking u young and an inoffensive citizen and business man This is the same Foster who was dishonorably dis charged from the United States army and sentenced To serve a year In prison for conduct unbecoming n United states soldier And this la not the only unsavory record that Foster has left in the United States army but it Ts enough for the present Since his arrivaFIn the city and his becoming a policeman etc the and officer he has left other unsavory records behind This Is the man that the Louisville Evening Post seeks to protect from the Btronjf armofthaw The Post editorial says We aslc the public to note this date This oficer ia n object of attack because r he is enforcing the laws tI That is not true Foster is aa object of attack because he is breaking the laws A man with BO vicious a temper has fo right to be 4 allowed to walk abroad with a gun or a blackjack Ho has no right to be a policeman and yet ne is one of the much tputed reformers of the Grjnstead regime Editorials like those of the Post stir up strife bloodshed and murder It IsI the Posts sort of journalism that broukbt about the Cooper murder trial In Tennessee Poster n ought to be given a fair trial and a p Jyope Ifp doubt be will get It and if he does there should be a prompt enforcement of the punish njent The people of T uirrille do TI0L Vi t thiiifs JJntbe Louisville polio r- GVII t L I NEVER A SNOBVI It Is well to dwell In a community where those who differ from you u race and creed speak well of you IIt shows that you have been a good neighbor and a good citizen People of the Irish race make good neighbors and good citizens but are often denied n kindly word by those who arc prejudiced against the Catholics and the mere Irish The Irish of Louisville must have proven ttrt be good citizens hncl must Have attracted attention to their faith and nation when the CourierJournal was moved to remark on Wednesday morning i I Ireland the more western of the of which thetwo principal I IUHIF United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland is composed that Is the way it appears in the Gazetteer n dry and dreary publication given over exclusively to the collation of mere statistical facts and uncon scious ns uncaring of the dlscovpry of the Isle of Man by one Hall Caine an isle whose churches nre accus tomed Sundays to offer prayers for the adjacent islands of Great Britain and Ireland Ireland whose early civilization gave tone and culture to Christen dom whose monastic Institutions were as universities to the remoter centuries who while Briton and Saxon were repelling the Dane hugged her itistilnr security nud sent missionaries to the kingdoms of Brittany the principalities of Wales and the fastnesses of the Orkneys where shall one find such another history of prowess and performance of anguish and achievement of courage and consolation Are not her saints the most glorious of the hagiology her legends and lyrics the most securely national her wits the most unquestioned her distinguished color the one accepted acknowledged antI universally adopt ed They call her the Distressful Country and her have oppressed and harassed her since William of Orange and the battle of the Boyne Aye but the solid phalanx of her eighty odd members controls the destinies of the empire which again holds the balance of power in Europe She is governed by the alien and she returns the compliment by governing his dependencies cOrn manding his army ruling his navy editing his newspacrsShe has more lawyers more actors more statesmen more soldiers than she can use and she distributes broadcast of her superabundance Her beauties are the mothers of the British aria tocracy her writers have more salt and savo than the commonalty Consider for a moment Wellington wax an Irishman and Wolseley and Kitchener to speak only of England so were Phil Sheridan and a myria1 of the pluckiest fighters on both sides of the civil war You will find ODonnolls In Spain a Fitzpatrick was Empress of the French and a MncMnhon their President Pratts and Lynches commanded the navies of Ihlle anti Peru and the principal street of Havana for excellent Ofleihlyheresons of Erin to use their own phase were never backward in coming forward her Dufferins and her Mnyos have been British proConsuls in the days of greatest trouble Mathews and Itiissell among the most brilliant and resourceful of her lawyers Was not Goldsmith an Irishman and Sheridan and Burke have not McCarthy and Lecky given us the best historical works of tho last fifty years Burps was a ranpoet but today is Moorea the wizard of the North held us in will ing thrall no less did Lever and Maria Edgeworth Sweet are the banks and braes o bonnie Doon but noble is Shannon water The Irishman is everywhere and everywhere Vat home He is of the urtistocracy of mankind and is comfortable with vagabonds He is a wanderer who builds a nest a dlsIntegrntor Wdfee1lngour burdens In the soft answer that turp th away wrath none such unconscioushuimoriat always and every where he retains hiJ pride of race has small patience with mere pride of place Is rarely commonplace never 1 snob No Irishman could expect a more eloquent tribute to his race or Until Hats off td the CourierJournal Although an overwhelming major ity of American workmgmeji voted for prosperity last November March finds the great steel iron and coal companies reducing wages Hurry up and settle that tariff question please St Patricks day has come and gone and still Louisville is without filtered water However 3Fsdent Zorn urges the people to have n little more patience and they will get filtered water some day It is the old otdstory The editor pf the Catholic Sun of Syracuse very truthfullyVsaysV The Irishman who does not rejoice on Bt Patricks day would not be glad In heaven When riches come in at the window friends flock to the door v Whn opportunity Inocks t- 4oeott uM hammer atJ ocwI VII Miss Rose Dugan 1Is visiting her uncle James Murray rind family at West lkolnt Miss Beezle Hannan has returned from Sow York after n three weeks busiiiens trip k Mrs Stevo C Welsh anti daughter have gone to 13d ton Iassto spenl several wueksVID Hyland Itussell spent several dhys In Chicago this week on im portant business Pat Henley son of Thomas Henley Is very 111 at Sts Maryaind Eliza beths Hospital Miss Bertha Mahoney was the guest of Mrs Covlngton Herr at St Matthews this weekV Miss Maude OBrien of Shepherds ville is the guest of Mr nnd Mr II V Welqh of South Louisville Mrs M L Fertig and daughter Miss Mary have returned from Mid dletowri after n visit to friends Mrs W 11 Hopkins of South Louis rule entertained at dinner last Sunday in honor of Miss Loretta Lnngan lElmer Itaf forty who has been visit ing his sister Mrs T B Potts South Fifth street has returned to his home Miss Margaret Maxwell has re turned from Beards Station where she was the guest of Miss Mnrgie Belle Ryan Mrs William Kaltenbachcr 730 1Eighteenth street had as her gtiest this week Mrs Francis Kaltenbacher of heelingV Mrs James Learyof South Louis yule who is visiting friends in Will lamstown Ky Is expected to return home next week Miss Florence Holllhnn who has been ill of typhoid fever at the home of her sister Mrs Egan J Blgley of Crescent Hill is somewhat im proved Mrs Walter Glower who has been visiting her daughter in Paris France for several weeks is expect ed to arrive in Louisville today Mr Glover went to New York to meet herVI Col1 and Mrs William B Haldeman mid their charming daughter Miss Llzie Haldeman who have been traveling through Egypt are expected to arrive in Rome today for a stay of several1 weeks Miss Mary Butler one of the tat ented daughters of George J Butler State President of the A 0 If has been suffering from a severe attack of grip this week but at last accounts her condition was slightly im proved Miss Alice Clifford was tendered a programme dance at the residence of her father T Lithgow Clifford Twentyfirst street near Broadway Wednesday evening Besides tho dance tho young folks enjoyed y Teddy Bear party nnd an abundance of refreshments GOOD CHEER And Grand Oratory at the Chicago Irish Fellow ship Club Among the many celebrations of St Iatricks day in the United States there were few If any where moro oratory was of higher note than at the Auditorium Hotel in Chicago where Ihe Irish Fellowship Club held its banquet on Tuesday instead of Wednesday night The banquet hall was tinted with the brightest of green decorations John A McGarry the retiring President was toastmaster and the speakers and toasts were as follows Francis OShaughnessy Gaelic Spirit Bernard J Mullaney The Irishmens Mission in America Hon Daniel W Luwler Mayor of St Paul Some Irish Achievements the Ilev Father John Cavanagh President of Notre Dame University The Irish as Educators Major Gen Fred Grant was one of the gqests of honor BOOK WORTH WHILE Short Answers to Objections Against Religion is the name of tin instructive work that is being issued by the Vincentian Missionaries of Springfield Mass It is a translation from the French of Segur edited I and revised by the Rev Father L A Lambert LLD D ii The Her Father C Mennjs CM D D of St Johns Seminary Brooklyn 1ST Y says the book iff a handy repertoire a little storehouse an armory when 0ne sayInholy religion The books pro being sold at fifteen cents chbut can be secured cheaper by buying in qunntltiesrWILL HARAHAN LEAVE Railroad circles were all stirred up telegramfromJ T Harahan President of the 1111 nois Central Railroad Company war to be transferred Jo the Presidency of the New York Central Donald Rose of Chicago Assistant to President Harahan promptly denied the report He said that Messrs Hara hart and E IT Harriman were to have a meeting at Passadena Cal during the week but said that otherwise there was no truth in the rumors Leading railway men throughout the United States are skeptical about Mr Harahans going to New York LAFAYETTE CHOSEN The Grand Council Y M I indi- ana jurisdiction will hold its annual session at Lafayette on the fourth iTiesday in August This has been decided upon by the Board of Grand Director The Grand Council iisiln sound condition numerically ndftJ iuciil1yV I L siVV PiES KAYS LUCK Able and Hustling Young Ian Aiding In His RaceI I IFrl1nl J Schuster a prominent young local business man has decid ed to join forces with Mr P S Ray who is seeking the nomination for I County Assessor subject to the nc FRANK SCHUSTER tion of the Democratic party In the event of Mr Rays election Mr Schuster will be the Chief Deputy Assessor a position that he is thor oughly qualified to fill Mr Schuster was born and has resided in Louis ville since 1866 and for fifteen years was engaged in the grocery business being associated rivith his brother Charles F Schust t Later ho be came engaged in the livery business and for several years was President of the Liverymens Exchange The friends of Mr Schuster urged him to seek tho nomination himself but after much deliberation he decid ed to make the race in connection with Mr Ray Mr Schuster is tram ioent in GermanAmerican circles in the city and Is one of six brothers JP S RAY all of whom are engaged in business in Louisville He has never before engaged in politics except to exert his influence in behalf of his friends and Mr Hay is to be congratulated in securing as a running mate n man ot Mr Schusters influence and ability Mr Schuster is a prominent member of the l kal lodge of Elks and was formerly President of the Retail Grocers Association RECENT DEATHS John J C nroll a well known stonemason died Wednesday as he was being removed trom his home 1225 Payne street to St Anthonys Hospital The deCeasOdwas thirty eight years of age and is survived by his wife anti mother The funeral will tako place from St Brigids church this morning Henry Otte fortyseven years old fell a victim to tuberculosis and died at the family residence 1110 Hull street Friday night of last week The funeral took place from St morningTheliked by residentsof the 11111 The sympathy pf many friends goes out to Officer George Woods anti his estimable wife whose little daughter Catherine died at the fam ily residence C60 North Twentyfifth street The little one had been ill only a few days dnd suffered from pneumonia The funeral took place from the family residence Wednesday dfternoon grocerdiedHospital Wednesday and his funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church yesterday moaning One daughter Mrs Mary Pryor survives him The deceased was a native of Ireland but lived in Louisville more periodheand Delaware streets t Edward Riley fortythree years old and a well known resident of the West End died early Wednesday morning at the home of his sister Mrs 1L Gill 2311 West Walnut wJfehisRiley a well known business man and Hibernian The funeral which placefromyesterday morning Mrs Ellen Lehan widow of Richard Lohan died at her home near Jpf morningafter TheieceaseclsixtyfiveAmtrJeaInmore she resided in that portion of Louisville known as Limerick Later the family removed to a farm near Jefferscintown One son Dan Lehan ssurvlvesberthe Catholic church at Jeffersontown yesterday morning but the remains were brought to Louisville and in terred in St Louis cemetery The funeral pf Mrs Mary 1Iil erich who died at the home of her daughter Mrs Frank Wilberdlng 2605 West Chestnut street Sunday after noon took place from St Charles Borromeos church Tuesday jnprning The deceased was sixtyeight years praCTtlcal1raUwidow of CasslmTr Hillerlch and is survived by four children Mrs Frank WlWerdlnr Miss Lena Hillerioh Walter Hillerleh 4n architect and J j ifflif r fl1 I mtfl1 That 1m m ItlItlDollart I Illl 1mttttI 1 realize it youll have a t bunch of money in niceIIS earning COMPOUND I I EST for i you1m tmKy TitleIIIit init I III Iti 1 II 1ft II1ftIJ ft I U IHU7ilt7WLyS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee Adeline Genee in The Soul Kiss Thursday Friday and Saturday even Ings and Saturday matinee The Honor of the Family With Otis Skinner in the leading role lOcI HOPKINS lOe1 Wfcerc the Crowds Go HighClass PlcturlEntertalnmentC- ontinuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday JiiJJEIO- NE MMANAUEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 FQurth st IPrincess Theater jfijfStreet Columbia Theater Fourth 7 AVe Dreamland Theater drsicI We cater especially to Ladies and Children John L Hillcrich who resides in San Francisco The deceased was lucid in high esteem by all who knew her and her funeral was largely attendedVMiss Annie Curran died at Sts HospitalWetlnestlny fight against tuberculosis The remains were removed to the family residence 1558 Lytle street She is survived by one sister Miss Mollie Curran and two brothers James nnd Daniel Curran The brothers resldn placpfromoclock yesterday morning and was largely attended ANOTHER IRISH HEROINE Miss Mary McCann of New York City was presented with a life saving medal by the United States Congress on Thursday Mary went to Wash ington to get what was coming to her and incidentally she was kissed by Uncle Joe Cannop Speaker pf the Housti Mary was only fourteen years old when the steamer Gen Slocum burned in 1P04 yet she saved the lives of nine children Her re ward has been long delayed EXCELLENT CHOICE MADE Col C C Mengel has been appoint ed a member of the Board of Waterworks Commissioners to succeed explresiitRepublicanCo gressive and public spirited citizen and his appointment is meetingwith popular approval LENT HALF OVER Lent is rapidly drawing to a close One week from tomorrow will be Passion Sunday Palm Sunday and Easter will follow in quick succes sion It is gratifying to the pastors of the various churches that the services In the evening have been luringtbeORPHANS CELEBRATE No celebration of St Josephs day in Louisville was more enjoyed than JosephsOrphanterday In the morning at 10 oclock the orphans assisted at mass 1n the asylum chapel and in the afternoon sat down to a little feast in honor of their patron BISHOP IN FLORIDA GeorgeMeClosiceyi hIshea1tbborne before next month AtPrU4 enthb enjoyJng improved health J n STEWART DRY GOODS COJ Builneu BiUblithed Sixty Years T ftwyosToR hvHousekeepers Special Spring Sale fOF 4 i Necessities For the Household at Saving Prices ISpecial saleDoublecoated Gray Enamel Ware including hun dreds of pieces of every sort of kitchen utensil every piece is var ranted strictly first quality no seconds or damaged pieces in lot On sale Saturday your choice 23c each VV IPreserving KeUles Dresden Sauce Kettles Y Coffee Pots Tea Pots Milk Pans Chambers Mi ilk Kettles Vienna Sausage Pots Dresden Sauce PotsGothain Saucepans Lipped Saucepans Dresden Saucepans Colanders Covered Buckets Wash Basins Fry Pans Your Choice 23C Each Special Sale of Woodenware Ironing Boards on stand regularly 119 Gem Step Ladders regularly 120 Fourfold Clothes Horses regularly 89c Folding Step Chairs regularly 129VClothes Baskets oblong made of splint oak regularly 98c Aluminum Saucepans regularly 110 Rubber Door Mats 17x33 inches regularly 100 Cocoa Door Mats 18x30 inches regularly 100 Mirrors oak frame 10x19 inches regularly 105VGarbage Cans regrlarly 98c Bissells Carpet Sweeper regularly 160 Your Choice 79C Each STEWART DRY GOODS CO Uneotportt- IN CONNECTION WITH MMES McCREEBY 4 ie NEW YMUL SMOMMMtMMMMM MMMMMM M MMMMtMMMM MM MMM MMMM i I ARE YOU THINKING OF f YOUR EASTER SUIT 3 We are howing the finest line of t= CLASSY SPRING GOODSy y In Louisville Price from 1250 to 35 Pants from 150 to 750 Our Hat and + Furnishing Departments are complete I1 i Smith Rose Conrad Co i 226 W MARKET ST Bet 2d and 3d 1z1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNANVCandidate For Bailiff Police CourtCo Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGEJEFFERSON OIROUIT OOX3ROC COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subjectto Action of Democratic Party P 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Dr I IL Whittenberg 1 CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubjectj to Action lpf tthe Democratic P ry 1909 NOVEMER XJCTIO tOO0 WALTER RATCLIFEE CANDIDATE FOR COTJ Tr CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 0 OIf 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 19O PRES S RAYi CANDIDATE FORiip IICOUNTY ASESSQR I Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 19b9 FRANK DAetfER i CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEfi- fth District firsSecondad Thi d Wards Subject to the Action pf the Democratic Party r tI ITISC Y IYtIBH 1 M RICAN NEW PROCESS LIQUID CARBONIC OAS JOS BARON PLUMBER and Air Pump Hospitfll Doctor ToYour Needs 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Adam SpahnCandidate For e LEGISLATURE a 46th Legislative District Composedof Second and Third Wards i9iabseot to AotIox ot the tieanooratIo Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 CLEM W HUGGINS CANDIDATE FOR the Police Court Prosecuting AttorneyOf Sabjcct to Actien of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFlFTH MAQI6TIBI2IAL DISTRICT Composed of 1st 2nd sad 3rd Wards Subject to Action lDemocratic Party N+ +U + tiff +1 D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calit Aniwtrtd Promptly Day or Nlgbt 1231 WEST MARKET STREET J HOME fHON 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J Je BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS D EiyiBMMER S3S East Math Street 4 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 STRAUBjjFUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERSt a Crrla n FurnUbM N ott 1531 w MijIIET STREET i t It Grantf i WT Smiths Son AL SMITH Prpprietqr Funerall Director and Embalmer Curi ci Furnfebed for All Occailoni on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSONSTREETes TELEPHONE 81O sttiii 444 4 II 444 I t4 + 444 444 THOMAS KEENAN Fri srai DlnttMHl Eifcalwrr C tILEPHNIEMS AlhauPrptlyattelUl4to day or sight CAITMCM 1ttntifhc tor ill occMU- atIi25 Wk MARKET STI gYD r rj OIIvqyour boys ii c4scatih that will prt pare hea fir life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broxlwny Lettlsvllle KyV Conducted by the Xavertan retheraCiuslat Scientific and Businets Pteparatoty De partmentLargeSwlmmingleotWeIlltgnippedGymnutam PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndfor the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very rear enable For further particulars apply MO Ht3RMARVRJOINArt SfaWj AVMHK JaMiriitMe 1MC w HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The newest branch of the order Syracuse marched 26 strong In inI St Patricks day pnrade Division 3 Ladles Auxiliary Minneapolis will confer the ofI on week a large cross at Its meeting The liadles Auxiliary of Paris held Its Tegular monthly meeting nt the home of Its President Miss Nellie Schwartz Division 2 of Syracuse N y in plated tent fhe new members last week and another large class was initiated before St Patricks day this weekA class of fortytwo members re ceived into the Milwaukee division on March 7 brought the membership up to 050 making it the largest in th3 world Members to the number of 1200 marched to St Annes church at Manchester N II last Sunday morn ing and In a body received holy com munion Former National President James E Dolan iff as much interested in Irish affairs as ever Last week he delivered a lecture before Te Moyne Council of Syracuse on New Ire land The division at North Walpole V H displayed the true spirit when it resolved to forego the St Patricks day banquet in favor of Father Grit parish organized St Louis members of the order are arranging for their grand annuall ball which is to take place soon after Easter Buffalo Hibernians had a monster partlclpntedinThe nddress to the new members was made by Very Rev John J Nosh D D County Chaplain Escorted By the Hibernian Rifles 1500 members of the order attended solemn vespers at the Baltimore Cathedral last Sunday to do honor to their patron St Patrick Cardinal Gibbons attended the services and pronounced the benediction The St Louis County Board LI doing all in its power to stimulate the study of Irish history in the schools and has provided a scholarship each year at the Christian Brothers Col lege for the boy who makes the highest percentage in its study The Milwaukee division attended by the Catholic Foresters the Iloly Name Society and the Catholic Knights filled St Patricks church at the mass Wednesday morning in honor of Irelands patron saint and made the day a memorable one in the Irish annals of that city The Covington Library Auditorium was thronged Wednesday night to witness the entertainment of the Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary Ii honor of Irelands apostle St Pat rick Special services were held at many churches and the feast day fittingly observed by the order in generalSt day was celebrated by the Ancient Order at Wilmington Del with a mass meeting at the Grand Opera House Rev Edward Brady presided and addresses were delivered by Right Rev John Mon RevFatherIrish and national anthems com prised the musical programme EL CAPITAL Ccclllan Choral Club Con plating Another Opera lice Louisville public may expect a rare treat iti the way of comic opera when the Cecllian t noral Club presents John Philip Sousas El Cap first week in May Rehearsalsare continually in progress and every member of the casC and chorus is part to make the toPerformances successful The Cecllian Choral Club is made up of the young ladies and gentlemen who gave such a splendid series of performances for the Catholic Womans Club a year ago hEl Capltnn was one of the best vehicles for his humor that De Wolf Hopper ever brought to Louisville although it has not been heard hero bySousacomposer Both the music and words are sparkling and attractive J J Flynn the KoKo of last year will appear ip the leading role Others who will appear in the cast will be announced later organIst directed the Mikado last year is directing the rehearsals of the performances XAVERIAN BROTHERS The Xaverian Brothers in tho United States number about two hundred and fifty and are in charge of twentysix institutions The Superior General of the Congregation and the Provincial have just finished a tour of inspection of the Western houses St Xavicrs College Louis stile iis their largest institution west pf the Allegheny mountains FORTY HOURS PRAYER Tomorrow morning the so emn nn1 Impressive Forty Hours adoration will begin with high mass at St Augustines church Fourteenth and Broadway Rev Father Felten and the AltaI Society will have the sane tuary tastefully decorated and brilliantly lighted for these services which will conclude Tuesday AWAITS DEDICATION lit has been officially announced that the new St Marys of the Knobs will be dedicated withi imprei sire ceremonies on Sunday May 20 The contract for painting the new edifice T B8 been completed The ehnrch cost 985000 and ocoupies a 1tiJb8stpnlnuott1tddlaua1mobf I We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H JJ COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to gWMF J 419 W MARKET ST 1 CBe THOMPSON FLORJSTRosebuds ar Specialty Floral D signs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Doth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY AAIJIJ PPULSU L OYEftANDCLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparell WORK GUARANTEED Phone 36J5 528 Fifth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 HENRY HUNOLD DBAI8R IN Staple and Fancy Groceriesss- A s FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WhUidea a Specialty Ilore pkeiJ39 540 W WALNUT MASONIC THEATER That ever popular Sis Hopkins as portrayed by Hose Melville win be the attraction at Masonic Theater during the week beginning Mon day A company of rare excellence has been engaged to support her MOTION PICTURES The Casino Princess and Columbia Theaters Rave surprises in store for their patrons next week There will be exceptionally funny comedies new and novel tragic pictures and scenic subjects while the dramatics to tie presented will be the best ob exhibited MACAUtEVS Adeline Gepec wjll come to Macauleys Theater during the first half of next week In the much her alded The Soul Kiss The usual matinee will be given oh Wednesday Otis Skinner an old favorite in Louis luringtheHonor of the Family HOPKINS MpVDQ PICTURES pictures and will delight large audiences They linclude some very laughable comic subjects while the dramatics will prove exceptionally clever The interesttoprovidedHONOR FOR IAUOHLlN Theodore C Laug linQneot the best known railroad men In Southern Indiana hill represent his section of the State at the thlrtyseoond session of the Grand Division of the Order of Railway Conductors which will meet at Boton In May The appointment was made b Grand Chief QarJetB4- nofCederJ RapWa Jowcj t o s m KNICUTS OF COLUMBUS e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Dubuque Iowa will swell its membership to 500 at an initiation to be held next month The councils at St Genevieve Mo are preapring to have a joint initia KnightstroutpresentsMilwaukee Knights have secured Bishop Keaije of Cheyenne forasixday series of lectures to Catholics and nonCatholics The date for his visit has not yet been decided Thursday night Bishop Carroll Council tendered a reception to tho Right Rev Camillus Maes Bishop of Covington the occasion being the most memorable In the councils his tory Plans have been submitted to the Knights at Newport Ky calling for the erection of a building to cost 10000 The committee has in view several desirable locations for the edificeSt Knights are preparing for their carnival which is to be held during the whole week nprlll 12 to f7 Not only are the Knights inter ladyfriendsDe Andreas Council of St Louis Mo heard a splendid lecture last night from the Rev Father F X missionaryU1 sented at the lecture Right Rev Bishop Keane wiH de liver a series of six public lectures under the auspices of Buffalo Knights the last Week of this month It is estimated that fully 60000 peo ple heard the series given recently In Denver SIGHS FOR HOME Pathetic Tale Told by Irish Maiden to New York Judge Mary Martin it1 fifteenyearold Irish girl told an amusing and at the same time a pathetic tale in the Childrens Court New York City lust Saturday She told Judge Mayo that if he would make it possible for her to go back to Ireland whence she came three years ago she would bo happyThe States is all right for men the girl said but I think a girl can have a better time in Ire CountyRoseommon have mo go back home Since coming to this country I have lived with uncles and aunts and cousins and I ran away from them because I was so homesick for my mother Judge Mayo directed that the girl be remanded pending the result of an inquiry into the best way in which to send her to her mother Im much obliged to you Judge said she as she left the flock but Ive given the United States a fair trial and Im not suited here and 1 want to go home A lot of people come over here and although they are homesick they dont have courage to go back I want to go back nail Ill tell all the girls I know over there that a girll has a better time in Ireland than she has In America IMPROVES RAPIDLY Isaac P Whiteside who recently submitted to an operation for throat trouble is Improving rapidly at his home In Jeffersonville His phy sicians believe he will soon be able to resume Itln business duties OATIIOMO PROGRESS progressinruary three new temples were dedicated to the service of God and work on the construction of two others begun GENEROUS PROPOSAL =The General Education Board of the city of St Paul Minn has voted 75000 to St Thomas College a Catholic institution on condition that 225000 be raised by the col lege from other sources within a reasonable time- MILLION DOLLAR EDIFICE gfcwljoythe Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Fifth avenue and Flftynlntji street New York City for on that day the new milliondollar church will be used for services for the first time TITULAR BISHOPS For good and sufficient reasons the Catholic church from time to time appoints titular Bishops that i3 prelates without residential sees and at present there are nearly 400 titular Archbishops Bishops Coad jutors Auxiliaries Vicars Apostolic or prelates who have been raised to the episcopal dignity on account of the position they occupy or the great service they have rendered to tha church RAILROAD HERO James Delmere a locomotive en gineer on the Omaha railroad between Marsfield Wis and Marrlllan Is the latest railroad hero He was forcing his locomotive through terrible snow drifts at the rate of forty miles an hour last Saturday when the cape window broke and a piece bf the flying glass oat a gash in his throat He remained at the throttle until he had land d11ls train In safety twenty miles further on FEDERATION DATES The dates set for the eighth na tional convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies are August 3 9 10 and 11 The convention will take place af Pittsburg and theCpmmittee Carnegieevenings respectively Prominent 9ntimely FRANK FEHR INOORPORATED BREWiNG CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANjBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY Cutnb Phone West 191 Home Phone 19- 13rHE WIEDEMANNINCORP- OSITLDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leadIng bara and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flaroe I Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Kyii ASK ioi FALLS CITY BEER y ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOtiF PUONE 7669 CUMB HONE WEST IV j I JOHN 3C FRANK WALTERS CIay=Street Brewery 3 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO tP JIN- CORPO ATS- DBUTCHERTOWNBREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 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6IScH1at IRISH AM RICANI THE BIG STORES Advance Sale Spring Suits for Men 1000Elegantly Tailored and High Class New distinctive spring styles in smart fabrics nifty spring models with new and clever style features 124 West Market SL THE RIG STORE Poarth Between sad flUb MILTON M MARBLESTONE COP N N NeN NO NN MONUMENTS In order to make rom for the en largement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed ingly low prices Call and examinett MULDOON MONUMENT COeii 3a- e 18632 0wJ3T GREEN STREET i eeeN N NNN MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when it is appreciated more than in the summer A JFARRANDOEO1MAN PIANQ 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 exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- eclllanMONTENEGRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO Incorporated 9tasoao FOURTH AVENUE GOOD COFFEE Will cheer you up and make the world look more cheerful and life worth living Try an order of Mulloys SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 45cexcellent MUULOYCROASTirR iiuome Phone ijij 2214 W MARKET STIZEIIT- sy0838 s s ea 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds isBEA BIT PARTICULAR when buying your RIDGEis because your comfort depends very largely upon KFOX a syn onyrn for satisfa- ctionScanlon CoalI Co TELEPHONE INCOPORATRD 408 UNION ICE CREAM COi i 114 EnuRaoturers c Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets d 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This ell abler us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Rene Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y 1909 November EUcllon 1919 Squire Jolin M 1 Adams ANbIIATE FOR County Assessor SulitMMmof Pmcrtic Party = =rJ u II REPORTS Made to Central Committee Shows Progress In Aftnlrs of C K ofA Musicale anti Vaudeville Show Will Be Given Alter Easter Plan Under Way to Issue Handy Directory of Members and Officers BIG INITIATION TO BE HELD The Central Committee of the C K of A held a rousing meeting Friday night of last week and the principal theme of discussion was the annual musicale and vaudeville en tertainment to be given under the auspices of the committee on Wednesday evening following Easter President Schalda presided and all the officers were present except of the EntertainmentCommittee Ben Speaker reported that the best talent In the city had been secured for the forthcoming entertainment and promised a show that would surprise and enthuse all the members Ills remarks were received with applause Harry A Veeneman for the Mem bership Committee announced that the next visits would be paid to St Anthonys and St Bonifaces Branches The visit to the former will be paid on the first Tuesday in April lie also stated that his com mittee was making satisfactory progress in its work Delegate Delsch of St Anthonys Branch made an inspiring though brief address and William T Mee han told what the Ritual Committee was doing He also told that the Supreme officers were ready to help the Louisville Knights in every way possible He said that contracts for paraphernalia had been let and that costumes etc would be ready early next month when it is planned to hold a big initiation According to the statement of Major Gen Michael Reichert in behalf of the Labor Com mittee all the members of the order in Louisville were employed splendll vancement and urged the Knights to Issue a directory of the officers and members He said further that a more fraternal spirit would be pro membershipIllson the Membership Committee Gen Reichert urged greater publicity for the order and fuller press reports oi the meetings of the various branches Messrs Veeneman Bosquet and Meehan were appointed a special committee to arrange for a directory of officers and mentSers Xewton G Rogers renorted that Branch 4 was making excellent progress and said that the order Is now resting on easy street It was announced that Branch 25 had lost two members during the past month but that two new members would be Initiated at the next meeting SPIRITED DEBATES On Timely Matters Enlivened Mackin Councils MeetingIMackin Council had a good crowd anda spirited meeting Monday night President Louis J Kieffer OCt cupied the chair and nearly all the officers were present Henry Ever slage ueorge Bartsch and David Hummelwho have been on the sick list were reported improving Tho Mnckin Social Club reported that its series of anteLenten dances had been successful and turned in a nice treasuryUnder order cerning the funeral benefit laws and it is quite likely that a change in them will be made in the near future The members have decided to make their Easter communion at St SundayTwo meetingMondaycance of Lent and now should a practical Catholic conduct himself questions sion It was also announced that Camden R McAtee would address the memoers of the council on an meetingInMarchThe Committee reported StellaCuscadenprima donna for the forthcoming production of Back to Town NEW BISHOP Monsignor rarreUy Suc ceeds to Cleveland See According to cablegram received from Rome on Tuesday His Holiness Pope Pius X has ratified the appoint ment of Monsignor John Farrelly as Bishop of Cleveland Ohio For sev eral years Alonslgnor Farrelly has been Spiritual Director of the Ameri can College at Rome and is a man of profound learning great executive pietyHefor the priest hood at St Josephs College Bards town this State and vas ordained for the diocese of Nashville front which place he was called to Rome Several years ago rumor had It that Monsignor Farrelly was to be mad Coadjutor Bishop of Louisville but the story was never confirmed Jt U lrelieved that Mona o Far relly will be eon erai d 1m Rome and wilt assume chargt 6f His dfoeeee within tbe next tewmol1thc 5 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 0113D- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Keenan Sr Vice President Murk Byan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dola- nTreasurerCharles J Finega- nSergeantatArmsAndrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION r 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording SecretaryT J Stone FinanclalSccrotary noT Keanoy TreasurerJoseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Scventcent and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThos Stevens Financial Secretary J 0 Ilesslon TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Bcgley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President Jolm II Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Wm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Whine Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONV1LLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn 0 Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Klcffcr First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Thomas F BachmanCorresponding Secretary WJlllam F Burke Financial Secretary Frank O AdamsTreasurerpaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driott ftJ1Jf EtENIrQ s Recommended by Clergymen 11 Mr Peter Kirschbaum writes from Olenhaven Wis t Mr ion three years old was afflicted with Epllapsr ItriedS different doctors but bo kept jn getting worse until Rev P1 Jones told me to try Pastor Koenlfi Nerve Toni In all betook 4 bottles and no sip of the sickness has ihown Itself in 20 mouths while before he took the Tonic the spells came on regular now he is well Bev P J Weber writes on Nor 14 1900 from Earl Park lnd1t Mr Nelson Monyon used 4 bottles of Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic against tjllps and has not had an attack since also Mr Arthur Paradi of this city after using one bottle of the Tonic was freed from the same aUment Mr Jos Ma non August 31 1903 writes from Evansville Indt Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic cannotIFREE vous DIsoasoa and Sample bottle to any address Poor pa dents also get the mtdlclne free Prepared by the REV of Fortavow theffayno Ind since 187 and by KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by DrurelsU at S 1 per JJottU 6 for 5 Lars Size li75j 6 Dottier for JB RAISED TilE FLAG Wily Newspaper Reporter Put One OVer On the Mayor A select coterie of newspaper nwu are telling among themselves How Fitz raised the flag The Fitz in question la Edward Fitzpatrick the urbane representative of the Louisville Times at the City Hall As the story goes Mr Fitzpatrlck entered Mayor Grinsteads office early MakerhadWhy is not the flag raised on 11 e tower asked Fitz Why should it be queried the Mayor in return This is a national holiday responded the riewiniaper man Is it said the Mayor When you go out tell the janitor to raise the flag A The flag was raised and FIt did not have to tell whoso national holiday it was BALL FINDS FA qOR The project of Division 1 A 0 II and the Ladles Auxiliary to give a select ball at the Oalt House on Easter Tuesday evening is meeting with popular approval and the com+ mlttee eels much encouraged from nil the compliments paid its fore thought While it is to be a select affair it has been necessary to or der several hundred additional invi tations Dainty souvenir pins will be presented eaefctof theguestsa they enter the ball room pit COUNTY JUDGE Friends of Judge i Charles A Wilson announce that he has consented tb make the race fesCounty Judge of Jefferson oountyaubject to the ac tion of the Deiriocratlo party He made an e oellqnfe Judge before and was the foundae pf LouiivUten Juvenile Court ajrsrtein lilcadmfrers claim he will be arard to beat ST JOSEPH Honored by the Church During the Entire Month of March Friday was a Day of Particular Devotion to Holy Man Patton and Pattern for Those Who Believe In Broth erly Love WHAT HIS LIFE REPRESNTS The Cathollp church all over the globe honored St Joseph last Friday It Is a fixture on the church calendar Year by year March 19 is St Josephs day just as March 17 is St Patricks day St Joseph was the foster father of our Divine Saviour his guardian In his youth and the patron of the church which Christ founded Pious Catholics often unite JosephInSt Josephs altar and statue The whole month of March is dedicated by the church to him in a special man nerTo the Inordinate grasper of wealth on the one hand and to the restless discontented agitating worker oh the other St Joseph quiet and Godfearing secure In his conviction that the present life is but a trial and not a reward that we are here today and that we are there to morrow that He who has clad the lilies in their radiant garb and who noteth every sparrows fall stands as- a model and guide to cement the In terests of both those classes and to unite the whole world Into that longedfor harmony which the clam oring advocates of new social theories so loudly promise but so vainly strive to effectThe earnestly a man wishes to effect the universal brotherhood of man the less noisy he is about It We hear the cry growing dally louder and louder for a solution to the social problem for the elimination of the perpetual strife between the classes crythatviolent upheaval which on its recession will leave all men on the dead level of their primitive condition But such a declaration is false and empty Suffh persons who voice those senti ments are like the aged dame who sought every place In vain for the spectacles which were reposing se curely upon her forehead The problem can be solved but solved only by such a life as the life of St Joseph Patience and benevolence were his characteristics and patience and benevolence Is all that is needed to successfully smooth out the troubles In the world today May It duringthisbe directed toward Imbuing mens minds with those virtues which still make hits life shine out as an exem plar after these hundreds of years FAR OFF PANAMA Heard from Through Former Louisville Res idents That the Kentucky Irish American is read and appreciated in the Pan ama Canal Zone is evidenced by a letter received this week from Mrs Charles I Cate formerly of this city Oorgonaaboutpart We still get our dear little paper and we certainly enjoy it Then we hand it over to some lonesome bachelor We thought maybe you would like to glance over our Recoru concerning the dance for the new church v The women of Gorgona recently organized a Catholic Ladies Club and Mrs Cate has been elected Presi dent Last month the club gave a dance in the Y M C A club house at Gorgona for the benefit of the Church of the Holy Redeemer at Culebra the only Catholic church in broughtlargeCulebra and Las Cascadas A con test to decide who was the most popular lady in the three clubs was won by Mrs Wade of Gorgona with Miss McGowan of Las Cascadas sec ond The sum of 033 was realized for the church bufldintr fund as a result of the evenings entertainment INTERNAL INJURIES Sustained by Ursullne Nun While En Route to School Sister Evangelista the Ursuline nun who was knocked down and run over by a team owned by the Standard morningissutferlpg and is confined to her bed at the Ursuline Convent Shelby and Chest kmt streets In company with Sis ters Juliet and Closius she from a car at Sixth and Hill streets and was en route to St Anns shcool at Seventh and Hill where sheTs engaged in teaching passingthroughbehind them suddenly Twp of the nuns jumped aside but sister Evangollsta fell beneath the horses hoofs She was removed to the Ursuline Convent and medical aid summoned but up to the present her condition is quite precarious FORTY HOURS Forty Hours prayerwill begin at St Marys church New Albany at the 10 O lOOK mass tomorrow and will clow with benediction and thee ingirir fthfii P am ort Tues dayovenhag at 7W oclock c l IF YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS JAMES GREENES BIG MANUFACTURERS Outlet Sale Now Going On AT 425429 EAST MARKET STREET Closes Tonight Saturday March 21 0f BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET nut TUB CUIBnKATBD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QIM MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desk ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public Neese eoe 4w e e eeeeeee4H e N CUMB Main 2712a I 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