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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXIINO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 27 1909 PJlICE FIVE CENTS TIME TO ACT Catholics Have Every tight to Representation pn Li brary Board Concerted Action All That Is Necessary to Secure Justice People Have Awakened to Dc moralized Condition of Police Force STREETS ARE IN A BAD SHAPE Next month Mayor Grinstead win be called upon to name four meni bers of the Louisville Library Board and it Is to be presumed that ho will name representative citizens For some reason the Library Board has never had a Catholic member Why Are there not many Catholics in Louisville who are representative citizens In the ranks of law and medicine In the busy marts of trade and among local captains of industry to say nothing of the pulpit have we not many scholarly Catholics It is about time that Louisville had representation on the Library Board This Is no time to plead for preferment but the occasion to demand It Out of a population of 260000 people there are more than 60000 Catholics in Louisville The Catholics have to pay taxes for the maintenance of that library and are of course entitled to all the privileges of other taxpayers but thus far they are without any representation on tho governing board Baptists Meth odists Presbyterians and Hebrews are all represented This is as it should be but why not at least one Catholic out of thirteen men The present board is made up of Mayor James F Grinstead exofficio President Col Bonnet H Young Vice President John Stites Treas urer R W Brown Secretary Al fred Brandies Owen Tyler C A Mayor R P Halleck Rev E L Powell Arthur G Langham Rev E Y Mullins A M Rutledge and Proto W H Bartholomew who was ap pointed to fill out tho unexpired term of the late Nathan M Url These are all Intelligent and rep resentative citizens but none of thorn ofIesQrsStilesBradbury expire next month It has been seinlolllclally announced that Mayor Grinstead will appoint Mr Bartholomew for the long term Who are to get the othe places Can not the Catholics of Louisville make a united effort to secure representation on this board If they do not assert their rights the fault is theirs If they assert their rights and are refused the fault will be with the city administration- Of all the dally papers In Louisville the Evening Post is the only ono that has not confessed that the Louisville police force is demoralized The Kentucky Irish American point ed this fact out a year ago By de grees the dailies tool up the matter and now in every issue of the morn ing or afternoon Journals you find more Instances of demoralization Not satisfied with the poor showing of the men now on the force it Is an nounced that fifteen more patrolmen1 and four detectives are to be put on jokeDidtho masked men who held up and robbed W J Price Superintendent of the Union Ice Cream Company in his place of business at 441 Eighth street last Saturday What was the InvestigationNothing automobile and a few spilled de tectivesIn daylight Monday morning a negro entered the residence of Philip OI Itueff 1004 East Jefferson thehendried away 8 The police were an hour late on the jobdidnt know it was urgent That the flilef over looked Mrs Rueffs diamonds and a purse containing 50 was due more to the carelessness of the thief than the vigilance xof the poljce k black marauder invaded the DeputyAssessorofficial instead of being captured by the police Down at Central Police Station Capt Pfau is worrying over a kidnapping case Early Sunday the police raided a place whero the ltd was reputed to be off Somebody stole the evidence right out of the beer cases in Central Station Then again one finds that negroes have gotten into the habit cageinaway Tuesday Two others follower suit on Wednesday No trace of them was found What about the streets Is the Board of iubllo Works keeping then In repal Last Saturday morning when theKNo 3 Hook and Ladder Company answering an alarm of fire thp truck encountered a hole on Fischer street and Eugene Sullivan J a ladderman was thrown from the truck with such violence that he will be Incapacitated for several weeks That hole in the street leas existed for two years and the Board of Works has made no attempt to rem cdw the matter MOBILES BISHOP HOME The Right Jlev Edward P Alien D D Bishop of Mobile has returned to his diocese after an absence ot- everal months durIng which he vfefted the Holy Land and Home ginM Itle return last week ii W ilreceived with ovations in every part of tIle looeae he hvttedc KINDLY COMMENT County Board A O H Shows Appreciation for Humble Efforts Editor Kentucky Irish American At a special meeting of the County Board A O II held Sunday March 21 the following resolutions were unanimously adopted Resolved That in vciw of the the able and magnificent manner in which the press notices of the annual banquet held at the Galt House on March 17 was presented to the read ers of the Kentucky Irish American we hereby tender to the management our sincere and grateful thanks and will support and patronize in every possible way your very excellent newspaperWe yours fraternally George J Butler State President P J Welsh County resident Joseph J Lynch County Vice I resident Ed Keiran Recording Scene tary Thomas Kecnnn Jr Financial Secretary D J Coleman County Treasurer FOR CONGKESS Hon La Vega Clements Is Candidate for Demo cratic Nomination lIon La Vega ClemenVs of Owens boro is an avowed candidate for Congress from the Second district subject of course to the action of the Democratic party Mr Clements is Davless countys choice for the Democratic nomination Time incum bent is A Owsley Stanley of Hender son county Mr Clements Is one of the best known lawyers and ablest orators in Western Kentucky He is serving his second term as Stato President of the Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction and is also prominent in Knights of Columbus circles Mr Clements has many friends in Louisville who will be glad to hear of his political pre ferment NEWEST HEROINE Miss Cdmonia Dougherty- to be Rewarded for Fidelity Fire chiefs and firemen arc paid to go into places of danger when fire is raging but a telephone Operator is supposed to get away from danger at the first indication of trbuble Mls3iJt nioniauIloUsLartj ar seHtof Jeffersonvillo and the chief Unionator at the Illinois Central Depot at Soventh and tho river is time latest heroine It develops that after the discovery of the fire in time depot last week Miss Dougherty remained at her post in an endeavor to call the fire de partment and only left her jilace when the flames had surrounded her The officers of the I C have intim ated to Miss Dougherty that a vacation is coming to her that she can go where sho pleases and that the railroad company will stand all ex penses MAN Y MOURN The Untimely Taking Off of Former Detective Tom Connell Thomas Connell one of the bravest anti most efficient men that ever served on the Louisville police force died at the family residence 1527 West Walnut street on Tuesday night after an illness of three months Time deceased was fiftyfour years old and had spent all his life in Louisville Death resulted from- a complication of diseases- A quarter of a century ago Tom Connell as he was fnmifarly known served as Deputy Marshal of the Police Court and a few years later was appointed patrolman Ifis cour age daring and efficiency earned his promotion to the detective bureau where he became known as one of the best thieftakers in the country A change in city administrations caused aim to be sent back to a beat A year ago he retired from the police force to become a special agent for the Louisville Railway Company Mr Connell was a member of the Hepta sophs Ills wife and a son Philip Connell fifteen years old survive himThe funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption yestel day morning and was attended by hundreds of his old friends and com rades Tom Connell was a diamond In the rough and yet as gentle as n Woman to those who knew him and appreciated his worth y 0imiEiT RETAINED Secretary of State Philander JC Knox with the full approval of Pres ident Taft has decided to retain lion Thomas J OBrien of Michigan as Ambassador to Japan Mr OBrien posttWQable diplomat Aside from the fact that he is an IrishAmerican the np ointment of Ambassador OBrten interest for Ken tuckianshecausc lie is an uncle of Mrs R T Lightfoot of Paducah Ky wife qf the McCrackon county Judge CATHOLIC WOMANO CLUB The Catholic Womans Club tq pre paring tg Rive nt attractive enter taintnent on to enVanoe the plansalreadymsdeand rI OX P Murphy JIM canes a special ineetirgoftlna liemteriiblp CwttwU tee for UtIG oclock on the afternoon of WedneaHyc selm U ii ANNUAL 1 Com nicuccmcnt Exercises of No tre Dame Academy to be in June Noted Mcii Will Deliver Able Addresses During time Week4 Lecture Medal This Year AVill Go Distinguished South ern AVomnn GREAT HONOR IS WORTHILY WON The of Notre Dame the greatest Catholic institution of learn- Ing in the Central West will hold its annual commencement exercises dur ing the week beginning Sunday June 13 and the final celebration will be on the evening of Thursday Juno 17 On June 13 the Rev Father T C OKeilly DD of Cleveland Ohio will preach the baccalaurate sermon On the following Wednesday the Hon Thomas It Carter United States Senator from Montana will deliver the convocation address and on time same day the bachelor orations will form a trlology on rime Child The Child in the Shop is the sub ject assigned to Ignatius 13 Me Namee of Oregon Francis C Walker of Montana will have rime Child In Court and Richard J Col lentino of Wisconsin The Child in School The degrees will be con ferred on Thursday Harry A Ladwlge will read the class poem and John B Kannloy of New York will deliver the valedictory According to the usual custom the university will confer the degree of Doctor of Laws on the baccalaureate preacher and convocation orator Last Sunday time President of the university the Very Ron Father John Cavanaugh C S C announced from tIle pulpit that the Laetare medal this year would bo conferred upon Mrs Frances Christine Fisher Tieruan a Catholic novelist whose pen name is Christian Reid Mrs Tiernan has written forty novels of recognized merit and slue is the first person in the South to receive the distinguished honor of the Lactate medal Time gift of tho Laetare mccul is confined to lay members of the CgtlH olio church in the United States It is a largo disk of P 11JtFhUea1ltlt enamelMP + bears some appropriate design in vo llef which varies from year to year and which is suited to the profession or line of work in which the recip Rent has earned distinction Around the border surrounding the design appears in Latin the motto Truth is mighty and shell prevail A hand some address beautifully painted in water color on silk accompanies the medal The address is of high artistic value and is always the work of some noted artist Others who have wan the medal since its institution in 1883 have been John Gilmary Shea the historian Patrick J Kceley tho architect and builder of ninny churches Elia Allen Starr art critic Gen John Newton civil engineer Patrick V Illckey editor Anna Manson Dorsey author William J Onnlmn pair Heist Daniel Dougherty orator mud publicist Major Henry F Urownson soldier an dscholur Patrick Dona hoe editor and philanthropist Aiigustin Daly theatrical manager Anna T Sndllor author Gen Will lam S Rosccrans soldier Thomas Addis Emmet physician Timothy IH Howard jurist John A Crelgh ton philanthropist Hon William Hourko Cochran lawyer atul statesman Dr John B Murphy surgeon Thomas il Fitzpatrick merchant and philanthropist Dr Francis Quinlan surgeon Katherine Eleanor Conway author and editor James C Monaghnn publicist and edu catorMrs Tiernan was born in Sails bury N C in 1840 and still lives in that town She was the daughter of Col Charles F Fisher wino was killed at the battle of hall Run Literary critics pronounce heY style singularly pure The award of the Laetare medal will meet approbation everywhere especially in the South where Mrs Tierhtin Is admired arid loved DEATH OF ERNEST O nOl XB rims community inns lost a repre sentative member by the death of Ernest C Bohne Vice President of the Southern National Bank Al though a native of Germany he was fiftythreethe business interests of Louisville While a man of culture and affluence he ups thoroughly alive to the inter ests of the poor and downtrodden He IB survived by tHe following chil dren Mrs Henry Schimpelcr Charles 0 Philip 1 FW and Ernest F Bohne The funeral took yesterday afternoon andalarge concourse of old friends followed the remains to their last resting place In Cave Hill cemetery HIBERNIAN KALI The Hibernian ball to be given at the Gait House Tuesday evening April 13 under the auspices of Bins ion 1 and the Ladles Auxiliary t4 taking like wildfire with the Irish population of Louisville The com minces are beirtg congratulated All nil sides and the success of the af fair Is assured In the East where the Hibernians ire very strong the Hibernian ball is an annual affair Dlviiion 1 being the oldest division In this city Interested ihe Ladisis Auxiliary in eUbH hihr the custom here TU fcjrt dinlny halt of tine Mt HotiM Will fbe handsomely too on1j d tor the 0CI0MI0aJ f1 t 1 Ic i AMERICAN GIRL Said to Have Signed Ante Nuptial Agreement With Count A Miss Muriel WhlteVdaOghter of the American Ambassador to France is about to marry a foreign title if the press dispatches arc to be bellowed Cablegrams say tlme fair American is to marry Count SelierrThoss The Paris correspondent of the New York World apparently thinks he thutMissherprospecthehusband have in the Catholic Church The cable message in full reads Muriel Whites Confidante and counsellor while she was being wooed by Count fiftJinrrTlinco was Countess do Montsaulnin The Count ess who is said to be Miss Muriels aunt was Anna E MI Zborowski a sister of the late Elliott JiborowskL and n niece ofMrs Martin E Greene of 65 East Seventysecond street New York Recently Miss white spent a month with tine Countess on the Revlcra and at that time all matters relating to or bearing upon the match were talkcfl over Count SeherrThoss a Silelan nobleman is a Catholic so is Countess do Mont saulnin It was agried between time lovers that the weeding shall be a religIous ceremony find take place in a Catholic church It was further agreed that if children are born they shall be brought up in the Catholic faithttnt8aulIln coun a accept those conditions Otherwise the marriage would not have ben possible for prominent would not have countenanced a union without a 1apal dispensation which could never have Leon obtained ex cept upon the ternls agreed to It is hardly possible that Miss Whio will be married in a Catholic church and she caul not be married by a Catholic priest at all had she childrenCatholicson this subject are identical for richh and poor J ANNUAL REUNION I Of Patrons of the Catholic1 Summer School Close At Hand 1t Catholics of tine iHmpiro Slate mire preparing for the annual reunion of patrons and otliawffrleiuls of the Chum mplain Asscmll i at Jf IouverI h 1 ilmlliJlllrudi1 I 1i 19 j summer toonooi w jiicirtaKes place on April 16 at the WaldorfAstoria Ar rangements have been made to uc commodatc al large ndmber of euchre players and provision will also heI playbridge giventoplayingrlietional institution chartered by the Regents of the State of New York While it Is not strictly speaking a charitable institution yet it has no fixed income and depends on its patrons for its support The proceeds derived from reunions are used In meeting the expenses of maintenance and in making the im provements neceSary for the conveniences mind accommodation of the large number of persons who each Hiinuncr spend some time at Cliff Haven PLAY BALD THATS ALT LoPuttmnn Quinlan and Harley joined tho Louisville ball team this week and the make up of the Col onels Is now said to be complete The Philadelphia American team will play a practice game with the best of the Colonels tomorrow afternoon at Eclipse Park and those anxious to see the locals tried out will have a fair opportunity if the weather is propitious The Louisville fans as much ns they hated to lose Jimmy Burke are disposed to give Heine Peltz a trial as Captain Manager Heine has made good here as a catcher and if he shows ability as manager the fans will find nothing too good for him K CS IN CUBA The first council of the Knights of Columbus on tine island of Cuba will bo instituted In the city of Havana tomorrow and the three degrees will bo put on by the team from the council at Mobile Ala A score or more of tine members of that council and their ladies will make the trip The councils ut New Orleans anti Jacksonville Flu will also be well representedI The American delegation will remain in Cuba four days Sixtytwo of the leading business men iir Havana are to receive the three degrees GENEROUS TO HUSH The faithful of the archdiocese ot Dublin contributed 10000 to the earthquake sufferers of Sicily and Southern Italy When Archbishop Walsh forwarded too money to Pope Plus he called the Holy Fathers at tention to the disasters caused by bogslicles In the West of Ireland Pope Plus X promptly returned 5000 of the money to Archbishop Walsh who at once forwarded it to Archbishop Mealy of Tuam for this relief of the sufferers in his archdiocese SUSTAINED BROKEN ARM Joe Wernert the popular saloon keeper at Logan and Broadway acci dentally fell into the sewer excavation in front of his place of business Thursday afternoon of last week and 8rlnjurlK friends Mr W rnerfe Is reooiwrtnff rapidly and will ic nbe able to at tend to bustafu SANDUSKYS The Sons and Daughters of Erin Bight Royally Paid Honor Musical and Literary Exercises Were All Distinctively Irish Former Louisville Priest Eulogized Hlbcrnlns Saluted Apostle BRIGHT AND BREEZY LETTER A resident of Sandusky Ohio and a constant reader of the Kentucky Irish American Inns sent us the fol lowing interesting communication regarding the celebration of March 17 tit Sundusky It allows that the Irish north of the Ohio river are either more numerous or more ag everyHibernianwith interest St Patricks dIlJa day that never nines and is always dear to the Irish race Its annual observance forms a link of golden memories that connects with the past timid keeps green IrelandandOrder of Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary of Sandusky endeavored to make March 17 1909 memorable a day not soon to be forgotten bv tho citizens In the evening an excellent supper was served by the members of the Ladies Auxiliary in the com modious dining apartment of the new and splendid Sts Peter and Paul parish hall The supper began at 5 oclock and many hungry ones wore ted from then until 730 oclock when time doors of the spacious and magnificently equipped auditorium were thrown open to the general public The musical and literary features dstinctivelyIrishA Dempsey Chairman of the A O If Entertainment Committee A very pleasant feature was the vocal chorus Time Dear Littlo Shamrock sung by small school1 girls who wore green bonnets and who were arranged to represent tho leaf of a shamrock while In We center stem like stood a small boy bearing a- in oiJy1 a 1jha 1 and wllh- r t lift 7rriY5 t l1cetfeet was beautiful and the feature was duly applauded by the largo imlience thrtt packed tho hall Next came a series of Irish airs on the cornet by Eugene II Aakley leader of the Ackley band and orchestra This was followed by recitations annul vocal and Instrumental music All applauseThewas a lecture on The Dav We Cole brato by time ten Father T F Me Quire formerly of Louisville Ky and of Cleveland Ohio but for sew eral months past tho assistant pastor at Sts Peter and Paul church Ho begun by saying that on this day wherever an Irishman lives It matters not in what part of the world his thoughts go back to old Ireland mind her apostle St Patrick He IrqhUHI rival of St Patrick lIe told of their high state of civilization their learn ing their high Ideals their knowledge of the sciences of their art in medicine etc and said that while they were pagans they did not worship the lower order of the an imal kingdom as did other nations Irish minds he said wore more ole vnteiT They wprshlpeil the sun stately and dense oak groves mid beautiful rivers Father McGuire told his audience that 900 years before the birth of our Saviour Jesus Christ tho Irish Chieftains hold a Fois or Parliament nt Tarn There and at that time all the chief men Of the nation as sembled to tbe number of 1000 They were given history of the na tion with the laws and maxims of their forefathers and there and then a written constitution was formed nand called the Psalter of Tarn For moro than 1000 years it was ob served as a guide by the Kings and jurists of Ireland Erins early laws were liberal and Under them the nation flourished Rapidly yet graphically the speaker sketched the life of Ire lands apostle and of his work among tho people in that sainted land lIe told how Irish scholars were tine leaders of thought in Europe from tho sixth century to tho ninth cen tury lIe also told how she sent her missionaries to other isles and to the mainland of Europe Father McGuire said 155 Irish saints were venerated in the churches of Germany fortyfive In France thirty in nol gium thirteen in Italy and eight in Scandinavia lie told of the death of St Patrick and how that apostle mad prayed that the Irish people and their descendants would ever pre serve tbe true faith After touching upon the character istics of the Irish race as a whole Father McGuIre said that time tath oUes were not alone In striviij to bring about justice for True Irishmen of the Protestant creeds have suffered martyrdom exile and ignominy for Irelands sake Jle paid tribute to Robert Emmet Wolfo Tone Lord Edward Fitzgerald Henry Grattan Thomas Davis and a host of others The speaker also ro lerfpfmeibrffeUK In conclusion he told how line Irish and the Germans in AmerlcA rtlIntlie 5511 lore personal liberty mindd viand for it always against time fur row minded bigotry of ascertain yt class that is always to be found In every community addressFathertremendousGerman layment in the audience vied applauding workherethe suppression hero of the sale of ofStgreenennbleinsreadilyconsentedfor sale when their attention was ccalled DANilttl MCAUTHY MACKIN COUNCIL Spends Lenten Meetings In Discussion of Christian Doctrine resident Louis J Kleffer pre sided over another well attended meeting of Mackin Council Monday night George BartscIT Henry Ever siege and David Hummel were re ported improving The Opera Com mittee reported that rehearsals for Back to Town were progressing favorably and that both the cast and chorus were snaking favorable head way Considerable favorable discussion arose over the new arrangement of the councils library and the large list of new magazines recently sub popularMembersnew books Special committees pro sented appropriate resolutions on time deaths of Stephen Peak and Edward Putz Under the head of Christian doc- trIne interesting talks were made on the significance of Lent anti time duties of n practical atholic during that holy season The questions for next week will be What Is the sig WednesdayShould V as a regular day of Lent Camden It McAtee will also address tho council at its next meeting and will speak on an interesting subject MADAME MODJESKA Noted Actress Is Very Close to the Borderof Eternity According to the latest advices Madame Helena Modjeska one of the greatest actresses of the nineteenth century is at deaths door at lair home in Los Angeles Cal and death may have overtaken Tier before this appears in print Madame Modjeska whose manic off tho stage is Countess bybirthu devout Catholic and always clung tenaciously to that faith She had high Ideals for the stage nnd lived up topossibleMadame horn in Poland sixtythree years ago but haul appeared in English repertoire in l nearlyfortyfume sine visited Louisville perhaps a dozen times On one occasion she appeared at Macauleys Theater on playInnight Mmlainc Modjeska would not miss mass on Christmas morning for a few paltry dollars She lied lien private cur shunted to the Pennsyl vania railroad yards attended 5 oclock mass at St Patricks church returned to her car in happy frame of mind and arrived at her destination in time to play her part VISITS ROME Archbishop OConnell of Boston Made Welcome at Vatican The Most Rev William H OCon nell Archbishop of Boston visited the Vatican last Saturday and revived a hearty welcome from the lropagandanurmPope Plus X the Holy Father ex pressed his high appreciation of American generosity to the Italian rarthquake sufferers- A special to the New York Times also contains the following Monslgnor William OConnell Archbishop of Boston is now a favor Ito at the Vatican It must be re membered that he was lucre as Rector of the American College for perlohewith most of the prelates who now Cccupy prominent positions in the Catholic hierarchy beginning with Merry del Val Secretary of State who calls him dear friend The Hotel Regina where Monsignor OConnell occupies a magnifi cent apartment has become the counter of notables of time Vatican world wino are anxious to pay hom age to the American prelate who is believed to have a great futuve before him- Monsignor OConnell inns in com mon with null Italians passionate Rove for music and this being known music is not wanting at the Keglna preference being given to time MBoheme of Puccini which lie likes above any other opera The Pope who has a special predilection for the Archbishop of Boston although not entirely recovered from his re cent indispositionhas given ordersI Unit Monsignor O Connoll shall be brought to him whenever the Arch bishop Wishes to see him and asked him to pay him frequent visits dur ing his sojourn In Rome REVEREND VISITOR I The Rev Father EjA Holleran IrvIngtonXy businessmueaday paid I theI i SOLEMN Part of Lent Begins With time Services Held on Passion Sunday Crucifixes and Images Veiled la Purple Until Closo of Season Preparation for Great Events Com nieinoratcd During Holy Week CELEBRATION IS VERY ANCIENT Tomorrow will be Passion Sunday so called because it commemorates the real beginning of the passion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ It is the Sunday before Palm Sunday and tine Saviour knew that His passion was close at hand that withltosunuasIllsIgnominiousPassion Sunday is the beginning ot lheJudlcaare omitted from the Introit of the masses tomorrow and all tho cruci fixes and images have been veiled Saturday tobeupon the veiling of the images The opinIon Jesushidtemple To Catholics it is the be ginning of the end of Lent They strive with redoubled fervor to fol low in time footsteps of the Saviour from Passion Sunday until the close regularlytimespective parish churches and when ever possible attend daily the morn Ing exercises always keeping in rythe tution of the sacrament of the Each arist the treason of Judas the agony in tho garden of Gethsemane the carriage of the cross the cruci fixion nnd the crowning feature of mankinds redemption His glorious resurrectionPassion preparnt10nfor Initho world tho crucifixes and statutes are covered with veils of penitential purple and the sanctuaries of the Most High take on a sad and somber ai- rIEAL IGNORANCE New Yorker Wants En Ugh t enment as to Legend lof St Patrick Even In uptodate Nosy York where people are supposed to know laysInexcusableNew York Times Will tho Times plaasc enlighten me as to the JJegendl of St Patrick the patron saint of Ireland Did ho actually exist If so when and where was ho born tltatmerolylegendary die To which time New York Times re plies It is perfectly true that St Patrick lived nnd that the world was d made better by Ills existence Ho tSthantS faith and work as a missionary in the fifth century For this he was canonized as the apostle of Ireland As to the exact date and place of St Patricks birth the authorities donor opinIon Amorie Gaul about 387 A D He was boybud his master After a few years of captivity he made his escape and prepared himself for mislonary work PopeCelestinethe youth he returned to Ireland and there labored for time Christian church for forty years The story of the expulsion of the reptiles from Ireland Patrick is merely ono of the ancient legends an allegory to signify the triumph of good over evil He died near Armagh on March 17 455 at the ago of about seventyeight years Ills body was buried at Down in time province of Ulster His church at Down was destroyed in the reign ol i Henry VIII and the few facts of the saint that were not obliterated then were destroyed later by the soldier vandals of Elizabeth or Cromwell S POLITICIANS GO WEST Col John II Whallen Judge Henry W Prewltt Chairman of the oem cratic State Central and Executive Committee Attorney W A Young of Morchcad Ky and Judge D W Gardner all of prominence in time a councils of the Democratic party in the State left for CaliTornla Wednes day night to rrnd a month Col Whallen Is just recoveringfrom a serious illness and his friorids mope greatbenefitEASTElt CANIJYIt The Catholic Womans Clubt iis pre tttheclubSixth and Seventh on Easter1 Yon 1I ltnmake1 J KENTUOKY IRISH A1tIERICAZr c Advancemement IRISH iiIrish flMERlGflH Americans ad Catholics Order of Hibernians Young Mens Catholic Knights of America PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers IIINTu6icY DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C le PotteltlcBM SecondCUs Hatter 4ScOUNcIL KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Greet St SATURDAY MARCH 27 1909 WHATS TIIK HOW The shipbuilding trusts ot Germany and Englnnd unpear to haveI those countries where the hair iIs short and every liritisher wncthe lie be Johnny Hull Sandy or Taffy tins become alarmeu and insists on a big Increase In the Urltish navy Is the scare deep tooted or is it all on the surface Is Uncle Edwar really afraid of Xepiiew 11111 or hay the snipbuilding trusts worked a scheme to play both ends against thi middle Stranger things have happened But between Premier Asquith an 1 Mr Halfour the English people seen to be very much frightened Tin Premier told the House of Common that he had some secret dope on what the German Government w V doing and his old opponent Halfour got busy to secure a greater appropriation for the British nay Consternation reigned in the House and only those quixotic emotional hotheaded fighting rampant Irish remained cool Tho Irish party in Parliament does not caro whac happens to England Many of then would no doubt rejoice if the Germai nay would sail down the English channel on one side and up the liIsh sea on the other and fire then projectiles from the bug guns clear across the tight little isle If thi Irish in America can make nr alliance with the Germans what Iis to prevent an alliance between Germany and the Irish in Ireland It is just possible that the thought of such an alliance is frightening the Britishers more than the stories of Emperor Williams navy I IlKAlING AS ThEY SOWED 4 As a result of the recen national convention in Dublin William OBriei and his followers have caused tin arrest and police court proceeding against Mr Devlin Secretary of tin United Irish League and a numbc of his followers Commenting on this phpse of affairs tire editor of thi Dundalk Democrat aptly remarks As for the Police Court proceedings they have given rise to a feeling of strong resentment against Mr OBrien and his intimate amongst a largo section of I INationalists They havo undoubtedly to some extent dragged in the miri tho National movement in thtS country but on the whole vfo think that it may be as well to hart matters of this sort thrashed out publicly and in the light of day We hold that the whole unpleasant incident might nave been rivoided by a little moderation and conciliatory spirit on both sides but that perhaps Is a spirit for which we need no longer look inirish politics Heaven knows we have had little of hjn the last twenty years since the unlucky day when some of those who are now most prominent on both sides of the present controversy united in pulling down from hK place the only man who In modern time R was able to control anil direct nil sections of the Nationalist party In Ireland CARDINAL TO IIIIJKRNIANS The Hibernians nil over America are to be congratulated on the Hiiccess attending the various celebra- tlons of St Patricks day and even the dally press of the country appears to have seen a grqat light of last But of all the praise and congratulations to the Hibernian none is more appreciated than tho address by Ills Eminence Cardinal Gibbons The Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliaries of Baltimore assembled in their grand old Cathedral on Sunday Mardi 14 to attend solemn vespers After that Cardinal Gibbons preachel a brief sermon arid said in part It Isj such organizations as the Ancient Order of Hibernians that mike better citizens You begin your deliberations with an appeal to God for light When the convention which framed the immortal conB Hu tion of the United States had striven without accomplishiiiff anything it was the great statesman Benjamin Franklin who arose and said All our labors have been in vain becailsp V2 hate not called for light from on high The appeal was made and iftp convention straightway began its deitberfttlong wTrtch wrought forth ih v immorUl constitution Continue ftjiyay a yffirTiavft In the past to undertake all your proceedings under God and you will inoTeJrt time iUgktt WANTRD SfAAUIIThJ1 iL hThe killing fIL niueyaarojjl boy t Floyd and MjUn strea PrWmyot SM WME floty empiuMftiM iW jMpimltj tut tttagent r vtetto4 rr 1 speed of automobiles througliI Itho streets Scarcely a week passe that someone is not run down andI either permanently crippled or killed If there is an ordinance governing the speed limit it should I be enforced If the Judge of the 1oliie Court refuses to see his duty the murderers of Innocent men women ninth children ought to bo hauled before the grand jury and treated like other criminals There Is no excuse for such wanton slaughter To make matters worse officials of tho fire anil police department set n bad example lor other auto riders The time to stoj it is now RECOGNITION IOn KERENS If it is true as rumored that Hon Hichard C Kerens of Missouri Is to be honored with a forcigu embassy the people of St Louis of Missouri and the IrishAmericans and Catholics of the entire United States will appreciate the compliment paid them by President Taft The story is and it bears every mark ot authenticity that Mr Kerens is tJ- be the Ambassador to Austria Mr Kerens is a Republican of longstanding and hints given his time anti means to promote the interests ot that party He has always been a practical Catholic and always an Irish Nationalist and these two things have helped to make him n better American Mr Kerens funnily is one of thti best educated in tho United States All of his children speak fluently three or four languages and td send him to the Court of Franz Joseph at Vienna would be I appreciated by the JriHli Catholics timid his mission would reflect credit on the United States Government A P AS ARE ENVIOUS An editorial in the Milwaukee Citizen says The Lulled States has built monuments to Columbus Sheridan Harry and other Catholics The A P A have no heroes whom anybody care tj honor and are therefore envious rue Boston Citizen A P A says If a check is not soon put upon the Irish Komanlsts this whole country will soon resemble a vast Paddywhack burying ground Every week the Irish present to Congress a now petition for money to erect a monument to one of their own kind the latest being for a sailor named Burke of Quihcy Mass whom the priests any saycd time battleshipi Georgia Selfrespecting Irishmen to whom the credit of their race is an object of the most solicitous interest should place thE stamp of their condemna than upon the vllliainous postcards by whiqlil the Irish are being lampooned at the present time The Boston Hibernian truthfully says nIt is the Irishman who does something for God country and himself that is a factor in the progress and upllftment of the race Action is the thing that counts in these days of activity iffFORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer will begin at the late music nt Holy Nainj church South Louisville tomorrow morning and the church will be ap propriately decorated for the occa sion A special musical programme has been arranged and time pastor the Kev Father John T OConnor is pleased with the interest shown by his parishioners The eiercises will be brought to a close on Tuesday morning with a high mass AltCIIlUSHOP IMPJtOViNGL S IIhe condition of Archbishop Mess mer oL Mlhvuukee who was obliged by ill health to retire from active duties several weeks agojIIin reported improving It is expected he will mare entirely recovered before FA- Ster Sunday COMING HOME it has been unofficially announced hat tho RIght Ilev Bishop Sfc loskey who ins ben in Florida for everal weeks will return to Louis Jlle before Holy Week Ills Lordship- S said to be enjoying excellent lealth COL DUFFY JIET1RES CoJ Edward Duffy has resigned as h end of the jtamous Sixtynintht- eglm9nt of New York after a long ani1 brilliant service Ie enlisted as private thirtyfive years ago amid tiring hIs long service held ever of ice In time regiment In 1893 he went into this war with Spain and yas breveted Brigadier General for narltorlous srvlceD- OMINICAN Stf 4ocof lulwtbe Jadnloa Year 110k for IflW there He lit toreJKpit f Doesii nuns la the United 8tates mMd into twentyseten qto tnt esDgr1iovL S8GIEfv I 4i + f Miss Mantle Glenn hits loft for an ixtended trip through the East Miss Mary Kllgus of Joffersonvllle Isi visiting friends in Indianapolis Mrs Ilutli iCustcs has returned from a Visit to Mrs J K Gleason at West Point Mrs Stephen C Welch of Beech moat has gone to Boston to spend time summer Miss Esther Fisher who is visitin at Stithton is expected to return home next week Miss Margaret Arnold of tho Highlands is visiting Miss Until Schrader of iNew Albany Mrs Annie OConnor has returner to Cincinnati after a pleasant iHlt to relatives in this city Mr and Mrs C H Hngerty hay returned from a visit to Washington D C and other lEastern clUes Mrs T jl Treasy and Patricl King and wife spent several days ut West Baden Springs last week Mrs T II McConnell of South Louisville is spending several wucki with her sisters at Big Clifty Mrs J J McCabe of Springfield Ky has returned home after a pleas sat visit to friends in this city A C Scanlnn find George Phelps both of Richmond Ky spent Siinuti In Louisville as the guests of frisols Jacob McGrath has returned fron Lexington where he spent several lays with old friends Mr and Mrs John M Mulloy are rejoICing over the arrival of a prett girl baby at thclr liome 2211 WcsltI Walnut street Col Harry B Driver and WaIte Itntcliffc have returned from Wes + linden Springs where they enjoyei several days Miss Ellen Foley of Pew co Valley who has been seriously ill for firweeks Isable to be out again to the gratification of her ninny friends Mrs W IiSullivan of Flor Heights is rapidly improving In health since site submitted to ar operation for throat trouble Harry S Trinklc who has been lit Terre Haute for the last six months has arrived in New Albany to spent the summer with his parents Mrl nJIII Mrs J W Trinkle Mrs Winifred llennessyof 737 East Chestnut street has rccoverct from her recent illness find is abl to be out again much to the gratifi cation of her friends Dan J Ilcnnessy is much clatui over the arrival of a pretty hnbj girl at his homo on Hepburn avenue With two bIJ y and a girl botl father anti mother are pleased Miss Louise Tnfel who has been attending school iu the East will Spend the Easter holidays with lie parents Mr and Mrs W F Tafel 1Everett and Highland avenues William M lllggins editor of thi Kentucky Irish American has beam confined to his home during time en tire week owing to an attack of grip and neuralgia His condition at Imlroel1nndbe able to be out Mr null Mrs William Kuper announce the engagement of theIr laughter Miss Marie Josephine to Charles F Kaltenthaler Time wed flag will be solemnized at St Eliza beths church Hoertz and Burnett avenues at 9 oclock on the morning of Wednesday April 21 The young people are both popular in the East lKnd They will begin housekeeping iit 1326 Bardstown road about May 1 TIlE EMIGRANT here is a lass who lands each year A dainty rustic emigrant An Irish maid whose laughter cleat moats on the breeze both far and near Who flouts time winter cold and drear This winsome termagant 1 t Jr7ishe comes in flaunting robe of ADhls Erins isle 3he soothes tho winds bold bolster ous mien And clothes time world in emerald shQeni Vnd blarneys birds and blooms I ween Just with an Irish smile She sweeps herrp of windblown stringsfangsher crown of violets And whispers Sing of love that clings 10 bogs of green where salt air stings And Freedom strives on broken wings Alas and neer forgets Sing of the stretch of blue blue skyho ablaze with yellow gorse byerOf prayers lowbreathed with anxlou sigh When ship on billows toss layhickarc sad Vhl wishful wishful is thq war hd old eyes search the path each day A strayDut A Irish laSs Take pare take care lush hush the tender lilt you sing iethrallof Erin green and fair Swift binds us eer we art aware pur1 purple eyes a homesick snare Ton are you are the SpringI Leila Miner Pearce e PRBVBirr BISCUITS iliURNINO JprinitlS wit on tine bottom of b- OYeD b fora putting in a pan of cake WacniU a1MltJlere wilt be no- ngr of Iraminy L L c STRICTLY BUSINESS i Let JWas Meeting of DiiriloriI II t i A O Mj Held LastI t Monday Night Division 4 Ai O 11 held a very live business meeting last Monday night with President John H Hen i nessy in the chair Time attendance was largel and all tho members wer full of enthusiasm The llev Father Christmas O P opened the meeting with prayer Applications Irom Michaell T1 Gilmore and Thomas Gar rett were received and Henry Maloney and Adam Emmctsburgct were elected nnd tho latter ob llgated John Martin James Lyons nnll Eugene Sullivan were reported on the sToic list Attorney Newton G Kogers reported on the Catholic Federation and made the announcement that the National Feuerutior of Catholic Societies would meet at Pittsburg on August 8nml 9 He also declared that the National Fed eration was working against indecent posters President Uennessy naiiiei tho following Federation Committee for 1000 Newton G Rogers William A lerry and Michael McDcrmott 11 was nnnouncetl that Attorney Newton U Itogers would deliver an inter esting address at time last mcetinc in April William P McDonogh John Winn and Dave Iteilly were named on a committee to draft resolutions or the deaths of William Jteardon a Jat member of the division anti Capt John ODaly father of Thonuu ODaly an esteemed member of the division NEW GROCERY FIRM John and Michael Morlarity two popular young men of the Dominican parish Immure embarkcjVln time grocery business under tlicr firm name of Morlarity Uros at the southwest corner of Sixth and Kentucky streets They threw open their door to time public today They will enrrj a neiy and complete stock of groc cries cnnneoyjjpods fresh meats ant vegetables Both young men liar had long experience in the grocery husiiitps and ought to do well SAD WOIIDS Fitted to a Rollicking Irish Dance Air That Is Popular Readers of Charles Lovers famous novel Charles OJIalley will remember that one of tho popular dancing tunes frequently mentionei by the author Is The Wind tha Shakes the Barley Tho words tithe air are found in old Irish songbooks but few young IrishAmerican are familiar with them Here they ale I sat within the valley green 1 sat me with my truo love My sad heart strove tho two between The old love and the new love Tho old for lice tho noW that mad Me think ou Ireland dearly While soft tile wind blew down the glade And shookltue golden barloy Si While sad I kissed away her tears My fond arms around her flinging The foenmus shot burst on our ears From out the wildwood ringing Tho bullet pierced my true loves side In lifes young spring so early And on lay breast In blood she died When soft winds shook the barley But blood for blood without remorse Ive taen at Oulart Hollow Ive placed my true loves claycole corse Where I full soon will follow And round her grave I wander drear Noon night and morning early With breaking heart whereer I hear The wind that shakes time barley FANCIES OF FASHION Jet turbans are flourishing Pow brides now vear the face veil A few straw huts have made thou appearance I There is a hint of revolt against the empire style The slmwlsi of sixty years ago are again in good style Strings are being worn on hats and tied under the chin Time prestige of satin faced materials continues unabated Newest hats are being extensively trimmed on the right side Cotton velvets are much used for tailor made suits just now Satin fyats trimmed with fur are iaving a considerable vogue Shirred gauze or satin is playing a ending part in the now hats Pale pastel blue is beautiful with the new shade known as wistaria The princess remains the favorite model for fine robest as well as coat ostumes Embroidered and braided materials hat require handwork have a great popular Jty The new Chinese cotton crepes of limy texture ate used for dainty white frocks The silk manufacturers ate doing heir best to bring brocades Jnto road and general use Paris says that gulmpes anti leaves for next spring will be made of embroideredcbantl13 The newest straw hats have brim not over two inches wide and some ofE thorn have no brims at all White cotton marquisette sprta klcdVltb dots is ono of tho most teethe of time spring materials Paris has a now skirt known as the reasonable vskirt TIme back is urnlsheil with two plaits which give certain fullness where it Is most ceded CANT KNOT Knot your threat at the same end you break iit off your spool and you wilt1 find it will not knot while sew Inr EcIJCliAltiSild LEAGUE The next meeting pt this Tntorst tional BuclmrlsUo Leasrueii wjlll it 6 heJ in theathe4rl of Coioira Qar- JDaDTearJy In AUfust of this year Cafdlnl Fischer III Chairman ot the eommittM makiaf tthe arrtutfementt c vjiv tULEVS Week Commencing Monday March 29 SatujtayMAC IN THE ROUND UP I10c HOPKINS 110 Where the Crowds do- HighGlass Continuous Picture 1030 from p EntertainmentI Change off Program Tuesday Thursday arid Satu- rdayurna ONE MMANAGEMENFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4l7 PoflrlhS Princess Theater 348 Vest I Jefferson Sire OUlumhla TheaIrFourAvii Dreamland Theaterhte v5 ct We aer especially to Ladies and ChildrenJ HRANC1I tJI TO CEL13RRATE- Hraneli oC K of A will celebrate Its anniversary by attending muss and receiving holy communion at St Martins church at 7 oclock on Palm Sunday April 4 This is one of the oldest branches of thb order In the city and Nation and a full nttent nnce is expected at time anniversar services PREPARE FOR DEDICATION Time people of St Marys of the Knobs parish six miles north of Xew Albany arO preparing for n gaIn event when the new anti handsom church is dedicated on May 10 Th Hlght Rev Denis ODonoghue Am iliary Bishop of tho Indianapolis die case will officiate and will be as sistcd by many of time dignitaries oC the church in Southern Indiana LEXINGTON LADY DEAlJ Mrs Mary Kelly one of the hem and most favorably known Catholic ladles of Lexington Ky died at St Josephs Hospital In that city Inst Saturday and time luneral took plac from St Pauls church Monday morn- Ing The deceased is survived by her husband John M Kelly a merchant and member of the Lexington School Board and tho following sons Frank Harry T Charles M nm William Kelly Tho deceased was a native of Bourbon county and prior to her marriage was Miss Mar Galvin WASHING DRESSES If the good housewives will get five cents worth of soap tree hark at the druggists nnd male a suds Using no soap the goods no matter how soiled they mummy be will lool like new Pour hot water on tllO bark let stand till soapy drain IIn tub of warm water wash amid rinse have tried it and know it is fine GOOD NEWS FROM MOHAN Constable Thomas P Moran who was shot by an irate woman whjl in time discharge of his official dutie about four weeks ago is much 1m proved He has so far recovered that he was able to leave Sts Mary ann Elizabeths Hospital Wednesday u11l1 IIs now recuperating at the home of his parents 1132 Zane street 1 MEMORIAL EXERCISES The Louisville Steam Engineer will hold memorial services at thi Methodist Temple Sixth audi Broad way at 3 oclock tomorrow after noon lion It W Bingham former Mayor of Louisville will deliver tin principal address rho general pub lie Is invited to be present LONDONS CATHEDRAL According to an official report jus issued there has been expended ot the great new Westminster Cathedra of London England the sum 01 1177000 this In addition to time cos of tho site which ran into many thousands It is expected that more than 1000000 will be spent on the embellishment of the sanctuary nave aisles etc The drawings and other decorative designs for the en tire scheme of decoration are on anti having been executed beforo his death by the great architect John Francis Hartley POTATO FRITTERS Soft boll four good size potatoes When cold mash through a sieve add two eggs two tablespoonfuls of lour one teaspoon baking powder pinch of salt and a dash of pepper llx well add enough sweet milk to sake a thin drop batter Fry table snoonfuls in plenty of hot Inrd SOUR MILK BISCUIT One quart of flour sifted with Ono teaspoonful of baking soda anti one teaspoon of salt and one teaspoon if sugar then add two tablespoons good lard or drippings rub alt together with tlie hands then add sour milk to make a stiff batch Roll out bin bake In a hot oven Serve while hot with honey or maple syrup Very good BORAX FOR THE BATH iBorax added loi the bath in ft flut inient quantity to make the water l el silky will make the skin Jus trpus Borax was used by the beaus of Egypt whose beauty secrets re handed down to mstas superior to our own It would not be aUvlB del to ue it fnI the daily1 ith In laltoneI a weski 1la often nfujft n It tines not axea with 1eolklft B VM should ba atoppditr Bolu will make tht white aD- doft if ItMs wed sensibly i c r I SttWART DRY GOODS CO S fBuslnes Ettjj ll hed Sixty Years 4 J7O1ITORL I b I I tohita i b Sale of Unusual Importance to Men WILL BE 4 HELD TODAY Offering Spring Styles in Mens Shirts and Collars Shirt Values 1and 150 Sale PriceIS 88c e Excellent Quality 4PIy Collars Sale Price 6 for 50c This particular sale is of unusual interest to men as it offers the very latest styles and materials in Mens + Shirts in negligee or plaited bosom styles in a broad range of neat stripe and figured effects in the new spring colorings of highgrade madras or percale Coat models with cuffs attached Regular 25 8atand 150 shirts Sale price Extraordinary Sale of Mens CollarsS All Guaranteed 4Plyand Reversible Boxed Half Dozen Special 50c BoxSThree thousand dozen of excellent quality 4ply Collars will be offered for sale today All the new spring collar styles included in this great IotAiI lhave a reversible feature that guarantees longer wear and eliminates the early possibility of ragged edges All collars boxed half dozen on sale special cjr at per boxCiE- A J T DRY GOODS CO Incorporated 1M CONNECTION WITH JAMfcS McCHEEBY fc CU NEW YORK J DEATBWithout Insurance Is Terrible TAKE A POLICY IN THE Cath lit Knights and Ladies of America REPRESENTED IN TWENTY STATES Cheapesl insurance Oblaihable Death fcfainist Paid in thirty Days l EXAMINE THESE RATES Age Quarter Half Full Age Quarter Half Full SOQ 1000 2000 500 1000 20- 00In040 080 160 3560 120 240 1941 81 162 36 61 122 244 2041 82 164 3763 125 250 2142 84 1 6S 3864 127 254 2244 87 174 3965 130 260 235 89 178 40 66 132 264 244 91 182 4167 134 268 2347 93 186 42 69 137 274 26 v 48 06 192 43 70 140 280 27 50 100 200 4471 142 284 2851 102 204 45 72 144 2953 105 210 46 78 156 3054 108 216 4784 168 3155 110 220 48 90 1- 8032c7 113 226 49116 192 3358 115 230 50 102 204 34 236tRecording Secretaries and Their Addresses Mary E Sheridan 2022 Lytle street Thomas J Moran 1534 Lytle Josie Monahan 1609 West Madison Margaret OConnor 3425 Fourth TwentyseventhMlsElla Flaherty 2329 Rowan Dr P S Ganr 1942 Sixth Maggie L Wallace 821 Franklin Michael Lyons 2414 High August Haury 1788 Wilson William J Woodsraoll 2309 Frankfort Martin Stocker 013 Barrett avenue Jacob F Miller 2916 West Stratton Alice Morris 1708 Magazine r FOR APPLICATIONS OR OTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE ABOVE OR ANY MEMBER tm 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MiitVNANSCandidate For I J Bailiff Police GoiiftO Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURQEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE 1 jEJFJTjaieSOJV CIRCUIT COURT4 COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject toAction of Democratic Party iOOO NOVEMBER ZOTIO boo WALTER ATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES s RAYCANDIDATE FOR IU t 1- e OOUST5lASS SSO Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHER CANDIDATE FOR 1 j 4sL cFFifth D lblct nt S cohi acf rhl JIyjefl 1 Subject lotib Axstio of the Etetnocratlo Furty t Y r 1- s xgNTUCKY IRISH A11xI Ic1 Iii I JOS BARON PLUMBERand I Air Pump Hbspital Doctor ToYour Needs 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Adam SpahnCctncllclato For LEGISLATURE 46th Legislative District Composedof Second and Third Wards su jeot to Aotlorx of the Den1001atio l arty I 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 CLEM W MUGGINS CANDIDATE FOR f s CourtcSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEIII3rH AIAGlSTHJreiAJL r ISTIIOTCit 4 A 44 4 Composed of 1st 2nd anfOrd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party ++ + tttt + + t + t + tt + M M M Mt M M + D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT r t DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT FuneralF r Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answind Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST ikARKET STREET It t t t t t t r HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS ANt EMBALMERS r S3S East J ain street N NN640NNNA04 Nb JETRACY L H STRAUB iM BOTH PONES 363 TRACY STRAUB1 6p 1 l i t1 11 R dIIICTORSEUA ND EM8ALiiitHSH Cutl 1JTSher I 0i11N0400et40 N It00 0i MMNO t tf NNtNN O t + 1 + + ft itiiTGran L ohsa491tbf 1 At SMITH Proprietor Funerall Director and EmMlffierCa- rriages l Furnished tot AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETa- pTELEPHONE 810 tttt+ ttttss sts + + s+++ i + Ift 44 11 + 441 + 44 + 4 + 4tH THOMAS EEN FlllfilI DIr tltlEb l TELEPHONE 9M t I UI tDdeor ooedotiU1225 W MARKET ST Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life St XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Brondwoy Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xarerian nrotliersCiaeaklS- cienn6canduslnesaCouraesFreparatorp Pe quippedGymnasium PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CAME OFiNSANEANB- EPILEPYICPATIENTS ofMercYiofJelfersonvl11ebid fqthe care and treatment of Insane and rpUeptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rats very reas jWf pfurther RMARYREGINAfl- BRCY particulars apply A J HOSPITAL islrarl JNbruni4W IM RECENT DEATHS August roellman a respected congregatlon Suturidurfrom St Bonlfucos church Tuesday morning and was largely attended Mrs Sarah Cronin widow of Jo yearsolddaughter Mrs John U Miller Olmstcad avenue Wednesday ing The funeral took place l1GII St Josephs church yesterday ing LFrank Dangler eightysevcn years old and a resident of the East End for more than forty years tiled at home 040 Goss avenue Tuesday afternoon The deceased was a na the of Germany but had worked at the shoemaking trade in Louisrilllo for sixty years 115s funeral took plave from St Vincent de Taut church yesterday morning The funeral of little Patrick lIen ley the thirteenyearold son of Thomas Henley bookkeeper for the National Foundry and Machine Com pany took place from St Cecilias church on Sunday afternoon The child had suffered from Bright dis easo for several months and died at the family residence 337 North Twentysixth street on Friday morn- Ing Much sympathy has been ex pressed to the bereaved father and brothers and sisters of the dead boy Frank J Maguire a prominent member of Holy Xame Parish was stricken with apoplexy at his home 2518 Fourth avenue Wednesday evening and died before medical as sistance arrived The deceased was for many years employed as a CompanyIretwelve children The funeral ar rangements had not been completed at the hour of going to press Mr Maguire was highly esteemed by all who knew him Mrs Mary Whitty seventysix years old and for many years a res ident of the Dominican parish died IIospitalTuesdayfrom the ailments usually attendant upon old age The remains wero re moved io the family residence Si2 West St Catherine street where theyI reposed until the funeral took place from St Louis Bertrnnds Lhurch Thursday morning Two sons Frank and John Whitty survive the Ileensed Mrs Christina Hoffman wife of grocerdleil1 daughterMrsridge street early Tuesday morning The deceased was a native of Ger many but hud been n resident of Louisville for thirtyeight years Only a week ago she celebrated the seven tysixth anniversary of her birth Her husband and six children survive her The children are Mesdames John Dolle Frank Krocger Peter Hcrburger William Stober and Messrs John and Fred Hoffman The funeral took place from St Martins church Thursday morning and was very largely attended One of the best known and most highly esteemed GermanAmerican citizens of Louisville died In the per son of Henry F Kersting the yew eler last Saturday morning Although he had been in failing health for several years Mr Kersting did not take to his bed until six weeks ago He felt that ho was going to die and entered eternity with the fortitude of a Christian soldier The deceased was born in Germany fifty three years ago but had spent a quarter of a century in Louisville He was not only a dearer In jewelry but a manufacturer and expert at hln business Ills widow who reside at 2108 West Market street and the following children1 survive Henry Bernard Albert and Joseph Iterating and Mrs Charley H Hush Misses Clara Marie Krma Agnes and Catherine Kersting His funeral took place from St Anthonys church on Tuesday morning POINTED PARAGRAPHS It is easy to expect others to set good examples Despair is the undertaker that carts off our dead hopes Occasionally a man rises from nothing to something worse Prodigals have always exceeded the supply of fatted calves It doesnt require much practice to acquire the art of being lazy Many a man who takes himself serIously Is looked upon as a joko by othersImagination is responsible for half of our troubles and our fool actions are responsible for the other halt When a wise man bestows a favor he Immediately forgets it When a fool receives a favor he docs like wise KICK CORN IJRKA1V One cup yellow corn meal sifted two cups of sour milk one teaspoon ful of molasses one teaspoonful of baking soda stirred in milk two eggs beaten light Grease pan iOn bottom and side with heaping tablespoonful of lard Set pan in oveji until lard Is melted thin Put a tablespoonful of lard in the batter and pour batter in hot pan nnd bake fortyfive minutes MUST LEARN IRISH By the end of 1910 every employe of the Wicklow team Tramway Company whetlierhis name is Smith McPhersOn or OFlaherty will have fo show himself thoroughly acquaint ed with the Irish language for after ten years aM printing and official transactions on this lino will be our ducted In Irish to the exclusion of the language of the SaxonR POINTED PARAGRAPHS He who hiss no faith in himself Is destined to becomeauuccessful failure The brave and fearless man manages to get there early and thus avoid the rush pjlillimlfscrew j If a maD ii upable to Updpkw perity to boaltlsit down and give his wife a chftow 1 cnaS 1 fl RogersPR- AYER BOOK GO BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a vail and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of cityIReligious Articles ow BVJRr DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street OFFlCtt HOURS SUNDAYS ST06 97012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Dose For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DH H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFIGE542 FIFTH STREET rfoaaax FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F1F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY AAIJIJ PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone 363S 528 Fifth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty llOMTC PHONE 1077 HENRY r HIINOLD DEALER IN Staple and Faiiiiy GrMefiesc A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION f- Old Whiskies a Specialty 111 Pfcae 4330 540 WP WALNUT MACAULEYS THEATER Dr Edmund pays The Round Up will be presented by a competent company at Df cauleys Theater all of next week with the usual mat- Inees on Wednesday and Saturday Arbueklo will head the cast It lens been praised highly by l astern critics and will no doubt attract great crowds in Louisville HOPKINS THEATER Motion pictures continue to attract large crowds to Hopkins Theater every afternoon and evening anJ management has no cause to kick about hard times Manager Ilnstln has secured new and excellent films for next week with the usual semi weekly changes Comedy features will be brighter than over MASONIC THEATER The fight between Burns and Johnson In Australia for the cham ploushipof the world which at tracted such widespreadattention among lovers of the manly art will be repeated next week at the Masonic In the form of moving pictures The pictures will be shown at a matinee dally and each evening during the Week The films are of the kind which it Is a pleasure to follow and tits innovation doubtless Will prove popular In fact 4t merfns the bring Ing of this great fight In which John son won the belt right to the doors of every LoulsyllHan HE WAS WISE Can we send you uP a tun of wine Inquired the clerk ITaw replied atr Jfuritch How about a few basket off champagne i lioefc here ynupman are joti trytag Ito Jddmt DOn t you sPT know that wine 1kid oteln bottle +a I know that you dfl i order H like T U do eoala GREATEST Peril to the Britlgli Ministry Is Ireland at the Present Trouble for the Cabinet Always Means CoiiccdsioiiH to the IrishI Weekly Letter Ironi T P OCon nor Tells of Latest OBrien Move I r I I BIRRELL IS A SENSATIVE MAN Ireland is becoming over again u great peril to the British Ministry writes T1 OConnor in his letter Uy SundayThisMinistry as a whole is unfriendly to MinistrybecauseUirrell hilia measure which will largely help to accelerate the trans fer of Irish land from the landlord longdellbcratlonto save time Liberal members at the recent byelections But there is always an impossible situation in Ireland especially when a Liberal Ministry is in office On the one hand there is the desire of the Irish members to get out of the Ministry as many good measures for Ireland as they can and at no period of Irish history has a party got so manyof these pledges as during the lost three years But on the other hand Ireland is always restive always eager always longing for the day when the rule of Ireland by England and English opinion will bo succeeded by the rule of Ireland by a native legislatureThe gospel has been burned into the grain of Ireland that she never gets anything from an English Ministry or Parliament un less she makes herself troublesome and the Liberal Imperialists who are in the present Ministry and who are responsible for the miserable restric tions and limitation of the Irish councils bill have done a good deal to Intensify that impression for their miserable gum rdlimess in that bill werolargely the results of their idea that Ireland was so quiet she could be so disre gardedFinally the disappointment of the promise of Wyndham mud the Vynd hnm net that the branch system should be broken up and the land divided among the small farmers has produrcd all the other disturbances Here Is the paradoxical situation Hirroll vnuts to do all he can to benefit Ireland and the Irish mem hers want to do alt they cut to facilitate his task But the Irish peojrie impatient restive disappoint ed take timings into their owri nails and disturbance reigns here and there throughout the country ills turbiiiice but no crime Birrell has to tal e proceedings when men time caught in these disturbances and the Irish members resenting these things have tn attack him in the House of Commons And thus the unfortunate Chief Secretary is sub jected to n crossfire to a fire from his open enemies on the Ulster Orange side and u fire from those whom he would wish to befriend time representatives of Ireland He is n sensitive man and he has his mo ments of despondency though lie does not avow them and he is more than ever convinced und says so whenever he addresses an audience in England that the only cure for the impossible situation is to Land over the government of Ireland and the preservation of order there tJ her own people With all these adverse forces it is provetryingistry But they will probably try to live through it and they may succeed in doing so In Ireland says Mr OConnor Iled mond has been forced to take open action against OBriens latest at tempt to produce a new organization and he tolls the Irish people plainly to choose between him and OBrien between the Irish party mull tho party composed of a combination of OBrien and the landlords between OBriens new organization end the United Irish League between unity and a new split OBriens campaign tomorrow under this deadly blow from Kedmond and probably this decisive and timely blow of ned mood is the beginning and end of OBriens infatuated attempt to dis rupt Ireland The Irish party meets next Tuesday and will call upon every member to refuse to join OBriens new league and thus give the choice to the small body of partydecision TRINITY COUNCIL Prepares for Several Big vents After Lenten Season Trinity Council Y M I held a rousing meeting Monday night and the new club house was filled with enthusiastic members President James B Kelly presided two new members were Initiated and six appli cations were received It was dc cided to give a dance at the clubhouse on Easter Monday night and Joseph Bell was appointed Chairman ofa committee to make time neces sary arrangements It was also de tided to give a mammoth euchre on the night of April 21 and Andrew M liiefi for was placed at time head of the committee to prepare for that evwl All a literary feature Andrew 1r Klijffer made an on thN I4f of An OldBpchefor and amnw humorous Iinstances of luq In boarding houses Time addre wag amusing and entertalnn r and was frequently punctuated hVplauie 0 n FRANK FEHR po BREWING COt I Brewers and BottlersI LOUISVILLE KY ours SPECL EAEI- s IV Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNAGKERMM k BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATEDVLOUISVILLE KX Cumb phone West 191 Homo Phone 1913 TILE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK O PALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE KDMF PHONE 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Cl 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enjoy 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- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO I Incorporated a8t3f30 FOURTH AVENUE CfOQ t TRY AN ORDER OF MULLOYS SPECIAL t 3 LBS FOR 50C t COFFEE pureBut i one of Mulloys big line of Tea and Coffee values and gives universal satisfaction Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade I pound for 45c i MULI 0Y COFFEE ROASTER l 7- STHome Phone IJ2J 214 W MARKET 1 11g r 1gr 1gN 4 0- A 4 1 r- tt 415 Per Ton o 2000 Pounds gladtosave you money 47 Scanlon Coal cotNCORIORATHD aos UNION ICE CREAM CO 1l lXnufaoturer oft Pure Ice Cream and SherbetsX4 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Credm This en competitorsHome1909 November Electlon1909 Squire John MAdams CANDIDATE FORe County Assessor r etaj Action of Pam 1coI t HIH NTANS What They Have Been Dolr I the Put WeekGeneral- News Notes There will bo no meeting of Divis ion 1 before AprIl 6 Division 3 will hold its regular meeting next Thursday night President Ford wants a big meet ing of Division 2 next Friday night Division 1 certainly has a hustling committee on its Easter Tuesday ball work Juvenile divisions are expected to nglandStntes exnectstopresent plans arc carried out A new branch of the Ladies Aux VirginiaMinnof twentyfive The Ladies Auxiliary expect to have a rousing meeting on April 7 when reports on preparations for the ball will be made Nashua N II has a degree team that is said to be one of the best in Sew England It will soon visit Manchester to exemplify the degrees on a large class IToston Hibernians will hold their annual memorial services at Holy Cross Cathedral on Monday morning April 19 The main feature will be- a solemn mass of requiem Members of the order in yashing ton D C eclipsed all others in cele brating Itobert Emmets birthday twentyoneGermap During tho past forty years Division 1 of Bridgeport Conn has raised 31508 and of this 10100 has been expended In sick benefits 315C In other charities and 14173 for other purposes National President Matthew Cum mings and State Chaplain Jlev Philip J ODonnell of Massachusetts will sail for Ireland on April 3 in at effort to bring about an amalgama tion of the order in Ireland and the United States The various divisions of Boston and Suffolk county Massachusetts an preparing to hold a field day and expect to raise funds enough to send their entire quota to the next national convention at Portland Ore Division 8 Ladies Auxiliary of Syracuse N Y is striving hard for a big increase in membership The contract for the monument ti be erected at Gross Isle in memory of the Irish emigrants who died of famine and fever in 1848 and were buried there has been awarded tot an Ottawa firm The plans call for a cross fortysix feet six inches high with a base of fifteen feet six inches The arms of the Celtic cross will bo ten feet long On the position it Is to be erected It will reach 100 feet from the river MOVING EOn YAUD Chickasaw Council Getting Into Front of Yi MII Hustlers f Chlckasaw Council Y M I of Memphis Tenn is growing to be one of the largest and most influential councils in the Kcntiicky jurisdiction and as the result of the membership campaign recently closed it has elm to 350 names on its rolls For serv Ices rendered the council met last week and surprised Past President George A lawo with n certificate of life membership Sir Lnwo bore his honos jnodestly but promised to work as hard for the council in pastChlckasaw nnngerluuhlninny victories during the coming season He expects if the plan ts feasible to arrange a series of games with tho teams from Sarto Council at Owensboro and the Louisville councils FIRST ACROSS imiDGK saysACountyPresidentpermission last Monday from the department of bridges for the mem QueenstoBridge on the morning of Sfc Pat ricks day to join tho Manhattan and paradeThechief lack at present being In the expectedthatgeneral traffic within about two ThefQueens Ancient Order men marched across the bridge about 1000 strong CountyPresidentWere met at the Manhattan end of the bridge by County President Thomas Kelly and a delegation from the New York branches who escorted the men df Queens to the starting point of the parade at Fortysecond street and Fifth avenue GOVERNORS WIFE BETTER Mrs Augustus E Wilson who suffered a broken arm and sustained ugly bruises as the result of a runa way accident two weeks ago is im proving as rapidly as possible in tho executive mansion at Frankfort Her host of friends In Louisville rind throughout the State are glad to hear of her improvement Although the accident happened a fortnight ago it was not until Monday of this week that the Governor suffered any ill effects Then he complained of pins in one of his legs and was com EtecutiveMansionmeat 13 not pf a serious nature OWES TITLE TO PRIEST A note in time Catholic Universe de Glares that Catholic priest was the first to give the title of rather ol Ills Country to George Washington PennsylvaniaGazette IJvenOenGEIOrg8Waur ilia forever Tlitf jathero His Country r f i4 tat t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 111- DIVISION 1 Meets at Frills City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keennn Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan TreasurerCharles J Finegan SergoantatArms Andrew Curran Sentinel Louis Rollcr- DIVISION 2 Meets on tho First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FlnanclalSccretary no 1 Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Uession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergenntutArmsPatrlcl Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hentiessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Win P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winno Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEIISONV1LLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleascii Recording Secretary Thos Oilern Financial SecretaryJohn GCole Treasurer Bernard A Coil Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy x Y liI I MACK1N COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffcr First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice PresidentSamuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWilliamFBurkeFinancial Secretary Frank 0 AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside SentinelJ C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott tft111t Ot I v 1o 1 c I Recommended by Clergymen 11 I I Mr Peter Kirschbanm writes from Olenharen WhllISOil three rears old was afflicted with Epilepsy I tried 3 different doctors but he kept So getting worse until Rev P J Jones told mi to try Pastor Koonigs Nerve Tonle In all he look4 bottles and no sign of the sickness hat shown itself In 20 months while before he took the Tonic the spells came on regular now he is well IIRev P J Weber writes on Nov U1900 from Earl Park Ind Mr Nelson Monyon used 4 hottles of Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic against I jll psj and has not had an attack since alto Mr Arthur Paradl of this city after using one bottle of the Tonic was freed from the same ailmentMr MaRln on August SI100 writes from EransTllle Ind Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic entirely cured me of headache and I cannot recommendItA Valuable Book on Nor FFREE Samplebottletlenta also get the medicine free Prepared by the Rllv FUllER KOENIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at 1 per Bottle 6 for 5 Large Size 175 1 6 Bottles for SB RIGHTS OP COLUMBUS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The St Louis Choral Club will be heard in Chicago on Sunday May 2 The last meeting of Syracuse Council was turned into an Irish night and the evening was devoted to songs and stories of Erin The California Legislature has fol lowed the example of Now York In making October 12 a legal holiday to be known as Discovery day CovIngtonI dayof last week and the Right Rev Bishop lines was the guest of nonor placeIn12 will be the apeparancc for the first time in full regalia of tIle Fourth degree members to the num ber of over 300 The members of Hope Council of Jersey City will receive holy com munion in a body tomorrow morning at St Peters church and after the services will sit down to breakfast at the Columbia Club Toronto dad St Catherines a town In the same archdiocese are contesting for the honor of establishing the first council of the order and just now it appears that the larger city will win although neither place has settled upon u date Coy Polhier and staff have been DlshopIture Bureau in Providence It Is expected that Bishop Harkins Oov Pothier and Monsignor Foran Chap lain of the order in Rhode Island receivingline KEEP XOTnS AWAY r Sprinkle black pepper on Ihe hot CoretWithtrouble with mice or moths k 1 5 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Arthur Johnston an nged man was burned to death in his lonely cottage near Ladyhill County Antrim Joseph Bryne a well known farmer of the County Tlpperary died on tho roadside while en route homo from market Tho Rev Patrick McCleary of Garrison County Fermanagh has let a contract for a new curates house to Architect J V Brennan The Bishop of Limerick has forwarded 2500 the amount collected in his diocese for the relief of the Italian earthquake sufferers Tho Leitrlm County Council bas entered a strong protest against the extra police tax being Imposed on countyDeep arch diocese of Armagh over the death of the Itov Father Peter Murtagh He land labored in Dundalk for several yearsIt is reported that the steam saw mill at CarrlckonSuir which has been closed for some time will soon be reopened It will give employ ment to 200 men Robert Williamson an exBritish soldier was sentenced to six weeks imprisonment for breaking a window in the Catholic chapel at Coonecn County Fermanagh Hugh Mullen a farmer of the County Louth was accidentally drowned in a bog hole near Aughau duff and the Coroner after hearing all the evidence returned a verdict to that effect Roman crosses of white marble have been erected in St Patricks I churchyard at Dunmanway County Cork as monuments to the memory- of the Itev Canon Lane and the Rev James Bradley- At Itathdowney Pettey Sessions Queens county charges against eight men for unlawful assembly riots and assaults on the police last Juno were nil dismissed at the request of the District Inspector The skeleton of a man was found in a lime near Kaas county Kildare by men engaged in digging a sewer It is believed that the bones are those of a victim of the cholera plague more than sixty years ago llev Fathers Charles Flynn of Killargue anti P J Manly Carrlck onSIiannon County Leitrim havo been appointed to represent the county on the Irish Council of Agri culture and Technical Instruction The body of an unknown man np patently about fifty years of age was found floating in the River Lee near Marina County Cork A mem orandum in his pocket bore the name of Daniel Barrett but his identity has not been established Time twelve men from Binnmaheg llsh County Jloscommon sentenced by Judge Kenny at the last Con naught asslxes to three months Im prisonment hove been released An immense crowd met the men at the Icoscommon railway station and the mon were escorted home to the noise of fifes drums and horns His Eminence Cardinal Logue has made the following changes in the archdiocese of Armagh llev Father Michael Mackle Upper Killeany to KHeeshill to replace the Itev Father Fox recently deceased and Rev Father Peter Sheerin of Armagh to VeryRevceased ANOTIIE1MITOIHW German Promoters Eager After American Dollars The new Itoyal Astronomical Museum at Treptow near Berlin strivingindollars by means of latest trick is the announcement that a relic of Christopher Columbus original voyage is tobe among the treasures unveiled It consists of a tablet with calculations of planets which Columbus used throughput his voyage across the unknown seas The tablet was com piled by n German ostronmer named Konigsberg or as he called himself In accordance with the nomenclature of time period iRegiomontau Colum bus found the tablet of inestimable value nnd the Treptow Museum ranks it among Its most cherished possessions At night the tablet will be kept in a specially built fire and burglar proof safe theirdollarsdiscoveringAmerica of Ms life he Was not aware of the existence of the American mainland CATHOLIC FORESTERS Order hallTwontytlmird 8 oclock on the evening of Easter Monday The members of aIr the courts In Louisville are invited to be present for pro moting the advancement of the order In Louisville will be discussed YOUNG DEMOCRATS ORGANIZE The Young Mens Democratic Club of the Twentyfourth Twentyfifth theFourthorganized nnd will meet in the vacant hurch Brook street near Breckin offinersAllbe present MOTION PICTURES The Prances Stnusemenl Company preSented another good bill in l- of its houses this week and as a coon andPrincessevery afternoon and avehfng Each of inBM theaters present Jilj run tUms Next week the management promises more attractive features tollldrwtDgfrodlltoD n 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 8J ii MII BE SURE TO CALL FORf McKENNAWHISKY I VT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distillerl Fairfield K C = GEHER SON 215 WEST 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