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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 I 4 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN- I VOLUlIEXXIINO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURnIAY APRIL 3 IS09 PRICE FIVE CENTSI OBRIEN OUT And Peace Once More Reigns In Ranks of Irishj Party Voluntary Ketjremciit 01 Corkr Represciitutlye Solved Difficulty Asqulth and BitHour Arc Ashaed ot the Nnvnl Scare NO BUDGET BEFORE AUGUST Quito a sensation was created in Ireland last Friday when It became known that Hon William OlJrien had written p setter to friends in Cork telling of his retirement from Parliament The letter was brief and to the point It read Recent developments notably the defection of five members for Cork make it impossible for me to con tlnuo further to press my views upon a country which apparently is unable or unwilling to hear me In this connection the lion T P OConnor writes to the Chicago Tri bune For Irishmen the outstanding event of the week was tho retirement impossIbletogoodIrihmcnrible difficulty The meeting of tho Irish party this week was unanimous in condemning OBriens new league and calling on all the members of the party to abstain from joining it This would have forced the party to expel later on OBrien and any mem ber who continued to follow him But such action though universally called for by the party and even more strongly by the Irish people them selves involved a long bitter and costly struggle OBrien was expect ed to resist expulsion by actions in the law courts with doubtful vcr diets owing to the shameless political partisanship of the Irish Judges but with the certainty of such gigantic strain on the funds of tho party as to seriously impede its work Further even a small split in the rlsh ranks would strengthen the landlords bill and the House of Lords either would have rejected1 or dangertoits chances are enormously improved Altogether the whole Irish situation changedespeclaUyforleaders ngland the bleak snowy windy weather of a week ago The navy scare in England reveals the usual and characteristic differ ence in the attitude of the nimble minded politicians and the simple minded populace Asquith and Hal four tho two chief scaremongers are responslbllltyforwhile thb genuine Liberals look on in sgustThO episode once more proves Germanys tremendous domin ance over Europe in thus forcing two hostile powers like Russia anti lng land to yield to her ally Austria attemptbyill feeling between England and Germany The 111 feeling exists with out doubt but the recent navy scare strengthens the hands of the English Radicals who wnnt good relations and a frank understanding between England and Germany In the meantime both in Knir land and Germany the loudest of tho war advocates are preparing to re fuse all taxation on their own prop erty LloydGeorges midget if as is practically certain it proposes fur ther taxation on the millionaires and landlords will be fiercely assailed nnd LloydGeorge himself does not expect to get the budget VOted till August Similarly in Germany the big brewers and big landlords malta common cause against Von huelow and may lead to his disappearance unlesshc obeys their commands THREE nouns Beautiful Devotion To Commemorate Agony of Our Saviour For the first time jn the history of Milwaukee churches n Tre OreJr or Three Hours Agony devotion to commemorate the death of Christ nn thecross will bo held at Gesu chunn from 12 to 3 oclock on 3ood Friday April 9 On account of the sacredness of the occasion commcmoraUd 1 by the devotion strictest religious dcc rum will be observed Admission to the church will be by ticket only and seat and pew holders will ba given first choice Admist ou ticket may be procured from the ushers after services on Passion and 1alin Sundays The interior church will M draped throughout and a Calvary will bo erected in tIle sanctuary The devotion is of American origin An apostolic man Father AlpKonso Messia of tho Society of Jesus first introduced it in his native city Limn Peru From that city It spread tl Spain from Spain to Home nail thence with Papal sanction tthrough out the Catholic world 4pTILAMES RICH CATHOLICS In connection with n criticism of social settlement work Rev Jaino B Curry pastOr of St James entirety New York City in at address lrrJ cenur deliy rfd eaeUglp4 wealthyI CaUitflfe who refrain JromgtHnjC thIrI Kelp to the J oJJiIl1tbe 1ul cllnrIItJbelieve that the last will and testn ment fill the bill lIe pointed out that the most successful work todiky I nmong Catholics is done by vim S4 clety of St Vincent de Paul and yet there is scarcely a rich man in it i What are the rich Catholics do- Ing ho aske- dW1TILOIJT RELIGION No State Can Survive Say the Erudite Archbishop of St Paul Archbishop Ireland of St Paul Minn who has been sojourning in Rome Switzerland antI France for several months is en route home He sailed from Havre last Saturday and is expected to arrive In New York today Before leaving France Ills Grace said to a representative of the have seen and heard TressIlucre I have that formed the States poiiey of persecuflng religion will not Inst much longerthat there will bo an arrangement to Intervene republicvolatile can not endure without re ligion which is the creator of the individual conscience The forces of order and public security realize that with the anchor gono the people will go adrift The present strikes and unrest are giving tho Government rich food for reflection CHORAL CLTJJB Work of Mackins Young People Is Showing Good Results Tho Mackin Council Choral Club progressinits new operetta Back to Town which ilr to be given at one of the local play houses several weeks hence Aulyn Knnston the author production those who have heard it say the matter is true to the name Miss Stella Cuscaden a young actress and singer of note in Louis Jrimadonnayear the part of prima donna was taken by Mrs Esther Whedon Slater Mrs Slater removed to California with her husband several months ago and the members of Mtickin Choral Club consider themselves fortunate Iii securing the services of such nn accomplished and versutilu artist as Xiss Cusenden Miss Hattle E Hoffrofin wllj have the ingenue role as she hind last forhercompruhuensivethose who know her ability will agree that she will repeat her success of last year Miss Leota uhltfon Bierach who played the part of Snooks with de cided success last year will play th3 sequel to that character this year All of the male characters have been properly assigned anti the chorus is progressing steadily CA110N DIRECTORr ror Current Year Is More Comprehcnslue Than I Ever The Caron Directory for Louisville for the year 1000 Is out and is now being distributed to its patrons 1Ith Is more complete and comprehensive titan ever this year and no merchant manufacturer or professional man can afford to be without it The inexcusable error of the hoard of Public Works in changing house numbers amid the Innumerable minor errors that these changes led to has caused the Caron Directory Company to enlarge its publication by tile ad dition of 300 pages this year The now directory for the safety anti guidance of the public gives both the new and tho old house numbers nnd also indicates the numbers north and south on streets leading trom Maui street In this new directory exactly 129127 names are recordol and taking two as a multiple this will give Louisville a population of 258254 It is presumed that each in dividual name is represented in personsbecause mayhnvt children dependent upon him For this reason it is safe to assume that the actual population of Louisville at present is at least 200000 The figures given by the directory show an increase approximately 300 over last year 1ubIIsbedrllle had a population of perhaps 70000 It has n ver missed a year since Attention to detail and ac curate data have made the hook one cQuntryOrlglnnllynow it gives employment to from seventyfive to ono Hundred auld itI distributes thousands of dollars to etclencllof iLouisvilles business enterprises supportIheDirectory are Stephen DI Smith President Charles TJ Caron Vice President L Sheldon Jnron Secre tory and Treasurer PRESIDENT STANMjr BETTER WH Stanley President ofTypo- graphical Union Mo 10 tsi able to be out again to the great delight of Itis- many friends Mr Stanley was run down by a trwt oar at Son and Chestnut CreeteyarsuI InbRLhS sgo and loraUmebIlUftiwawdeaIWtlred- I0 f r it II HOLY WEEK Palm Sunday Ushers in Mas Solemn Period of Entire Year Commemorates Events Lending to the Fluid Act ot Itc- dcmptlon Holy Thursday Good Friday Ilojy Saturday nnd Their Sitrnilicancc MANY AND SYMBOLICAL FIGURES Tomorrow will be Palm Sunday the beginning of the Great Week or Holy Week Pam Sunday is always the Sunday before Easter arid on this day the church celebrates time entrance of Christ into Jerusalem nalmbrancheshosannas in nil praise The custom of celebrating Palm Sunday is as old as the church itself In America time ceremony of blessing tho palms usually precedes the late mass and after they have been blessed the faithful very reverently carry them to their homes nnd reserve them until the following year On this lay at the first gospel is read the story of time Passion of Christ the yearPalm in the redemption days have been called by ancient writers and doctors of the church the Week of the Holy Passion tho Great Week anti Holy Week The custom of observing Holy Week is traced to apostolic times and in the East of Europe anti in time Holy hiStinguisimedfrom strictness of the fast The solemnities of time week begin on the Wednesday following Palm Sunday when the office of the Tenebrae Is sung Tenebrae means growinglarknesstime Tight of the worTh was put to death The office of the Tenebrae is the name given the matins and lauds sung on tho afternoons or evenings of Wednesday Thursday nnd Friday of Holy Week The les sons of the first nocturne nrn taken from the lamentations of Teremlns the prophet The shTgihjf bf the Tenebrne Is only possible in churches or monasteries whero there arc n number of priests or seminarians At the beginning of the service thirteen lighted candles arc placed on a candelabrum and at the end of each psalm one candle is extingulshed until all save one is put out The last candle is left alight but hidden nt the Epistle corner of the altar This last candle is not extinguished to signify that death could not really thoughItnppearedOn Holy Thursday the olftirch1 com memorates time instituTion of tIle lilessed Sacrament of the Eucharist and on that day only one mass cnn be said In each church and that mass must 10 a public one The mass is celebrated in white vestments be cause the institution of the Eucharist IIs joyfully commemorated yet at the sauna time there are certain ITolyVeekGloria do not sound again until the SaturdayTIme crates an additional Host which is placed in an ostensorium and carried In procession to n place prepared for it railed a repository where it re poses until Good Friday Also on Holy Thursday the Bishops of the various dioceses bless the holy oils used in time sacraments of Confirmation nUll Extreme Unction This is made the occasion of n very solemn ceremony and as many priests as possible assemble at their respective Cathedrals to assist at the religious function nud to carry to their own churches the supply of oils needed during tho year On Good Friday the church commemorates the Passion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ so that It is the most sail and solemn day of Holy Week and of time year The of ficiating clergy appear iii block vestments anti prostrato themselves before the altar which has beer stripped of all its adornments No candles are lighted Passages of time Old Testament and the history ofI the Passion from St John are read Next the priest prays for nil condi tions of men for tIme hierarchy the heretics Tews and pagans At the close of this prayer time crucifix which has been veiled for more than a week Is uncovered anti exposed for the veneration of the faithful broughtbackprocession and is consumed by the priest Holy Saturday is the day before the great feast of Easter and is n day of fast and abstinence The ceremonies begin with the blessing of the new fire struck front a flint During the ceremonies the paschal candle Is also Messed and the deacon places in it flvo grains of Incense In time form ofa cross These grains of incense are symbolical of the five wounds of Christ This is followed by the reading of the twelve prophecies Bud after that the priests movp in solemn procession to bless water In the font at the entrance to the church On time way back from the font the Litany of the Saints Is recited and at the close the mass is begun Tlie altar has been decked with lowers nail at the Gloria the lelhnd organ nl8iit hi4e Tburs day are heard Oe1n1ore TjheM b j 1 I ceremonies on Holy Saturday f usually occupy from two andjti half to three hours ij BOSTONS PRELATE f Honored by Pope and Oth ter High Ecclesiastics in Rome 1 A special message yjthe New York Times from nome says Few ecclesiastics ci y 1 boast of luau ing received such a Tordial welcome at tIme Vatican and byitho Pope himself as Monsignor W lllam II OCon nell Archbishop of I baton Pius X was not jet quite rec ivored trom his last indisposition butt when he hoard that time Archbishop Iliad arrived ho insisted on seeing Julia and to em phasize his cordiality received him on the least of St Joseph his name day when no other audiences were granted i Monsignor OConnejl is highly val ued nt the Apostolic palace not only for his position In America antI for his former sojourn iitti nome as Hec tor of the Auumericaurl College when he made somriuYricndK but be cause of his knowledge of Jnpan where lie went in 10Q5 us the head of a special mission lli1 opinion there fore is highly appreciated in concc tiont with the org riizatlon of tho Catholic church in tlijcountry the lURing Sun where time presentPon reacquiretimepast f The Hotel Ileglna where tho Archbishop is staying is1 time cent r for visitors paJtllclrprelateimportant questions of time American Catholic world ThefArclibishop has been most cordially greeted by Car dinals Satolll and lnrtinelli two former Apostolic Delegates at Wash injjton and also byoAher members of the Sacred College especially by Cardinal fiotti time Prefect of the Pro juuritumictiontnierien and by the SecrotarZof the Con sistorial Congregation which now treats of the most important American affairs RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Harry 1C Moran parentMrOhio avenue JeffcrsonvTlle ihurs day of last week took place from St Augustines church last Saturday morning Mrs Julia Nicholas died at Sts Mary anti Elizabeth Hospital early Mopday placefromjssuinpitlon ceased was time widow 61 Peter Nicholas T in L Mrs Kllen Garvey widow of John Gnrvcy anti a ladytwell known in the community in which utile resided died at her home 1328 South Twelfth street on Tuesday morning Her funeral tool plat frouuu St Williams church on Thursday morning llrldgetOIearr TimothyOLearyShelbyville for interment Time deceased was born in Ireland seventy years ago and is survived by two sons Daniel and Timothy OLeary sirs Mary Iteardon widow of Dan iel Reunion died at her home 217 South Tenth street Wednesday morning and the funeral took place from St Patricks church yesterday morning Two daughters Misscti Kntio anti Mamie Bcardon survive her The deceased was held in high esteem by nil who knew her Mrs Elln Council McGill forty three years oJ ago and who resided at 1145 South Sixth street died Tuesday as the result of time shock Incident to a surgical operation She is survived by her husband C IV Mc Gill an express messenger Time fu neral took place from St Louis Bertramls church on Wednesday morning Time funeral of George A Simon with tiled at his home Eighteenth timid Dumcsnil street Thursday night of last weoUi took place from St Wil- lIams church Saturday morning The deceased was thirtytwo years pith and hunch recently returned from the Far West whither he went in a vain effort to restore nis health Ills wifOj three brothers Peter John nnd Edward Simon ancf two sisters Mrs Mary Wells of Central City nail Mrs John lopper of this city survive him John IKelly nn employe of time Southern railroad died at the family residence 529 North Seventeenth street Monday night The deceased was a native of Ireland and sixty years old Death resulted irotn a complication of ailments Tho fut nernl took place from St Patricks church Thursday morning nnd was attended by many old friends Ills VIAC Is lime only surviving iiiuitub of the family Limo deceased was n member of Division1 A OI II anti hall beep ill for several weeksJ Great regret was expressed in the Dominican parish when it became known that Patrick Mitchell lunch died at time residence of his sister Mrs Margaret Cowell 532 Magnolia avenue on Tuesday evening The de ceased wns Tjornin Ireland but came to Louisville with his parent when nn infant He was a Pupil of St Louis Bortrands school and inter Served hula apprenticeship as a machinist in the Ii and j4 shops The funeral took pll cIfrom St Louis Beftrands church Thursday morn ing OX YQRTHY MISSION J Mrs T P OConnor wife of the Irish liarllarnentarl n smith author has com to time United Statwi to establish 11 depot for the tyMi Industries So ctety whose jbbj ct lWfaweure work for Jrlftji peasants laeemnkers and IhQSft ngfiiretl in kindred work r C I orr f DEFENDER Of Robert Foster Is Found III the Editor ot Evening Post Difference Between Grinstcad Organ and United States Army Records- EeiI1iigs Assailant Sought a Pardon Before Ills Trial POLICE FORCE IS DEMORALIZED attempted tIelivened AmericanWhat imnerIcnaisthat finds Its way into time 1osts columns nbfographJescapedfromNew York and practiced law Well this is time same Post and on Wednes day Its editor writes Time IItlHtA 1IHe hung followed paths of peace in provocationliewhen Ills assailants have used the pistol in attack Every case with which lie hums been connected every effort he has made to secure the en beenIclollslorgan of tho liquor interests in this community dally and weekly lie cause these elements have singled Lieut Foster out for nsault open and secret time Evening Post singles him out as n worthy representative of i policeforceforceNow what do the records of tho United States War Department say about Foster They show that while a member of Compnny C Sixth In Philippinesliecourt martial on n charge of conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline in violation of the Sixtysecond article of war and was sentenced to be dishonorably dIs- charged from the service of the United States forfeiting all pay and allowances dtief him and to be con fined nt hard labor for the period of one year He was released from Alcatraz prison California May 2 lOOa Ft further appears from time rec guiltybyness arid disorderly conduct and was sentenced to be confined at hard labor in charge of the post guard for two months and to forfeit 10 per month for six months Vhtchj sea promulgatedInVisayas dated October 20 1000 The records of the War Jepart ment also show that from April J 1809 to July 1000 Foster receive several sentences for minor ot fenses by summary courts whiten sentences included one months con payrimountnAnd this is tIle nina tha tthe Post says has followed paths of pence luovocntion sought a pardon from Jov Vlllson last week before his case came to trial A general Impression has here tofore prevailed in Kentucky that a man was innocentt until proven guilty yet it remained for this Invert this bounding boyish Tiny Tim to apply for a pardon before he was triedFoster was indicted for assault and battery nUll tho complainant reputablebusinesswhy did he apply for a pardon Guy Willson turned down time application anti gave no ambiguous reasons for COIICllldlingfusal of the pardon 5ov Willson wroteOn time other hand if ho were too hasty and struck J epping when he was not In danger the fact that he was a vigilant officer is np just ex cuse for nn unlawful net whether Lepping was a good man or not a good man about which 1 have noth mug to say In this opinion Good officers must obey the law even more zealously than those who are not officers Thcv must set time example anti if they uo not set It mind break the law they should bo punished On tIe other hand they arc entitled to unfailing support in every way to uphold time Jaw and to special protec tion against combinations of time law less to provoke them to anger or to wrongfullyBut further lIe showed that Fosters attorneys hud dragged into the case time father of Henry Lepping Thomas OMara anti Edward Yeager to support their claims that Foster was tho victim of n conspiracy on the part of lawless saloon keepers What lind John C Lepping OMara and Veagcr to do with the wanton assault upon Henry HenryrepplngYeager certainly stand out in prom- Inence when compared with that o Foster Thus fur the police have not Clip 1JIIJUueffInany other h6iisebreajers Crime is on the increase in Louisville and crooks are flocking hither as to a haven of rest Yet tho heads of de partments are trying1 tov keep these crimes fromj tha public On April I PJloofofcr i theySome has sriuT Com parisons are odious but who can pollcforcethe present day Time credit Is not reflected on time present force wllohasbeenHast End will kindly return to Louis yule and open a saloon on Sunday hr FherollCourt u MUSICALE For Central Committee Gives Promise of Success entertalnment CKnight of Wednesday April 14 are well in hand It will be the annual entertainment under the aunpices of the Central Committee and its sub committee on entertainment has had splenl1i11muulenlc To member cult programnmeartists Ills work has been well dona whmeatimepublicAmong the amateur favorites who will enjoyablehis side splitting farces Miss Ahlite ItierachiThrnnmns CHANGES EXPECTED In Manner of Selecting Bishops Under Popes Naw Code A cablegram from home says that great interest is shown in America as to what changes are likely to be in 11tileUnited States The correspondent of the New York Ilcraiil says lie lisa learnedon good authority that there is no intention at least at present of introducing any substantial modi grantlag priests of the dIocese or even to nil parishesOn under time new regime there will be n strong tendI perD1anent as all these have a voice in thuI selection of Bishops the electoralI biisMwjll be muchwider than for tnerly FACED DEATH Calmly Did Capt Prank Haean Though Sum iTut t mon9 Was Sudden Startlingly sudden was the death liaensordierI tud9ptandpreparingtoSt Louis Bertrands church last Sun seventyfive joying the best of health und was attacked by heart disease soon lliTCer arising JUg death followed shortly after time attack but Cupt llngun remained conscious to the last He 1gerlouJ elder son Boburt 1 llagan was un able to reach hiti fattier until death had ensued Capt Hagan was descended from a fumllJblltl Missouri lie wus born near Hannibal in that State in 1834 Ills father was boybackt osepimsCollegeated from that institution in 1852 He returned to Hannibal studied law apd was admitted to tIme bar JU 1857 he was elected a member of the Mis sourl Legislature During his second youngliriganfederacy lIe was chosen Captain of throughoutthe CaptUuganand soon made a name as a lawyer rind politician Early in the TOH he was elected Prosecuting Attorney3 of the Police Court and served two terms Later he practiced law in partnership with time lalo George anti Asher Caruth After tho latter went praetlcellloWenough to join him He was one of n largo family eleven brothers und one sister Nino of the brothers became lawyers one a priest time Rev Father James Hagan and one a farmer in Missouri Victor Hagan The last unmeet is time only survivor The funeral took place from St Louts Bertrands church Tuesday morning and that largo edifice was crowded with tlie attorneys business paytheIrthelt dead friend anti comrade Tin pall bearers bore Active Al M Marret lames P Ed wards Lorraine Mix Thomas Walsh Clint Kelly Jr TplnTDarls anti TM Chattcrson itpnoraryCol Tlmornrms 1 fevc Scott iNewnian Dr Clint WetlJudge C B Seymour Judge Shackef ford Miller Judge Kmmet Field Jaine Buchanan and Col Bennett il Young GAKLIC SrEAKEnS INCREASING I Is ifffUhlat tl tliR the nuniber of Gaelic JlpeakeR in Ne v York City lone k about fifty thousand i HEALTH Of Pope Plus X Continues to FurnlHli Gossip tortllC- Corrcsllolldellhl One Journalistic Scavenger Even Picks Out Ills Logi enl Successor Ills Holiness Presided Over tIle Formal Opening ot Vati- caii I Gallery TilE LATEST ROMAN fiOSSIP flue health continuesnewspaper correspondents One who writes under the pen name of Mar quise de Fontonoy nnd who retails all the gossips and unpleasant things tllplounaticcircles anyparticular TribuneThat more admittedimyHome is known to the Cabinets and oorycapitalWashhiigton l conditionled ofthoCollegewhIch CarumnalRamupolhum Sixteen Cardinals were present and strictlysecretconclusioncipherhispatches Coilegeabroad spealewith totimethoroiiitimeyrefer daysofnumberedUnmpolln tioilegi in his veins and who is a scion of ofSicilyall astheirceptional degree the respect and re gard of the Princes of the church rlIbechoremains to be seen On the other hand time Rome corre spondent of the New York Herald writes Alarmist reports continue to cir culate concerning the health of Pope correspondentunade theSupremenight and learned that his last illness was not a simple cold but an attack of influenza Hence the orders of his physicians that he should be dongcrptOne of time most Interesting Papal audiences of the last week was that given to Dr Edward Delahanty of pnrtInFranciscan priest by anarchists last year at Denver The Pope expressed great satisfaction on learning of time universal indignation aroused by the crime Last Sunday the Vatican picture gallery was formally opened hy tIme Pope in the presence of all the Cnr rllJJlomaticcorps prelates ttic event in tho pontificate of Vms X time restoration of the roof of the Sistine Chapel having been time first All the great art critics who have seen the new gallery declare it a model for nil similar collections gallerya tax of one lire will he enacted ns a means of excluding loiterers and im portunate guides and also in order to prevent the latter from obtaining themtoCAUGHT IN WJIECK Cleveland Pastor forced Into Bankruptcy by Poor Financiering lImo lieu Father William McMntion pastor of St Bridgets church Clove itlimpid anti one of the most popular becnforcotlof the Fidelity Funding Company glvenntfJ51JlU64 which 7U300 is in reaj estate Flue involvedFather1 undingComJlanJago and after some lousiness deal ings the priest was induced to be cornjman3Later V company anti ns such signed many notes and documents that nov in Volve him In the wreck of the un fortunate company Great sympathy is cxrpessed for J the aged priest in Cleveland and In e other cltlpp whpre ho Is knpwji FROM MANY STATES At Nptre Dame itntver Ily iharft arc students froiu all the States In 0 Ul Union frouip JleJtI 11GndaSouth JAPhUlpJIneTrelanmi SpaiuutItaly Autria and nulIlla1 Nine limundreti Mdhvent1eight studentsare now registered joI rii b de I Li 4 T4 Imr rxpuxs IRISH AltIERICAY KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement ol Irish Americans a dCatbolcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlhor SUBSCRIPTION PKICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered et the Loulnvllle PoitoHlce a SecondCUis Hitter t Address all Communlcatloo to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West dreea St UNION TRADES COUNCIL J LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 3 1909 f DEFENSE OK POLITICIANS There is hardly a day that you will not hear some inau denounced as- a politician Yet denounced is the word and It Is often used by people who no doubt know Better but who are averse to politics until It toucBOS their pockbets There are others I who through Ignorance denounce politicians nut eschew politics And yet politicians are average men some of them in fact many of them are above tine average They are no better and no worse than the IJeopll who permit them to have place and power There are Jozy citizens wits Ho not care to Interest themselves in public affairs goody goody fellows wino are too nice to take part In politics and the Ignorant citizens who never read a work on political economy and worst of all the busI- ness L man that is afraid ho will offend somebody As a rule the people are at fault 1 when the politician goes wrong Business men inveigh against bribery ballot frauds and kindred r evils but the moment their own in terests are affected they also forget the public weal There are many instances of this kind In ouisville Bribery does not start with the masses It is our socalled best citizens who are responsible for all the corruption of the electors With out a bribery fund supplied there could be no bribery These best citizens are not averse to socialism when the socialism favors them They do not object to paternalism when the government Is paternal to them and in order to obtain priv eleges from government they do not scruple to buy election judges and debauch constituencies TIlE VEXING TARIFF The Payne tariff bill Is now the 1 engrossing subject of discussion not i J butJcan mllllonafrc but wltoni wlirjtcf feet most Do Sereno Payne and his colleagues intend to tax luxuries only or do they Intend to cater to the trusts Jlr Payne says the tariff is to be raised only on luxuries and he mentions wines from France Italy and Spain lIe takes the tariff off coffee but increases the tax on tea To many tea is a necessity just as much as coffee i Just now It would appear that oven the Democratic members of Congress are divided according to locale oh certain provisions of the Payne bill Juggling with the tariff has ever been productive of unrest in the United States The sooner the ques tion is settled the better it will be for all concrned Manufacturers me chanics and laborers are saying with MacbethIf w done when tis done Then twere well it were done quickly HELPING THE UNEMPLOYED The bringing to Louisville recently of two trainloads of unemployed Workingmen only emphasizes the utter Irresponsibility of many of the socalled employment agencies Pos sibly the United States Bureau of Commerce and Labor could remedy this matter did it try Why not establish an employment agency In every city either under municipal State or national control Now if the city should establish a labor bureau what advantages would be derived If It were organized on a good plan It would give the unem ployed hope from day to day of op portunities without tramping around or being swindled It would dis r tribute the surplus labor all over the Union It would aid the employer It would reduce child labor It would reduce dispossess proceedings It II would reduce suicides It would re duce criminality it would reduce the number of parents intthe hospitals U would relieve the charitable institu tions it would be a now era to i i unemployedii SKILLED LABOR IS NEST J + tynila in Chicago ilast Saturday Charles M Schwa President of time Bethlehem StelColUlJanYflald to a r y representative of tho Associated JPrwiI iuive been In contact with labor pt all kindsl for many yeursanllI ts r IjfcQW what It can doI know Atnerl = eta workingmerf can produce more t steelt in a bivntime than any others Wi the world I k otheyca1i put pjit better Meet than any pthersj We havenothing lo fear trona out itfi duties ev4t have the beet- Yoodi It is true w pay our work fj II men more money than other nations but you always have to pay skilled workmen the highest wages There fore the highest paid labor is the i most profitable to the employer The skillful mast makes money for his employer I His really too bad that there are not more captains of industry that see things as does Mr Schwab ANENT THE RIG WIND The editor of the Catholic Sun of Syracuse says Many of tho old folks I who speak of the Big Wind of 39 as a terrible visitation upon the people of Ireland of that day will be pleased to learn that there is nothing so evil that good can not come from it We I learn from the Kerry Sentinel that in the absence of parish registers and other statistical authOrity many of the beneficiaries of the old1 age pension law have1 established their claim to have passed their seventieth year by giving their personal experience of tho night of the Big Wind1 It Is an 111 wind that docs not blow good to somebody LICENSE GUN TOTERS Time sentencing of the Coopers to twenty years each in the Tennessee penitentiary for the killing of former Senator Carmack and in Mew Orleans the sentence of three months in jail for shooting at an editor would lead one to believe that this is not tho open season for editors m the South There Is too mucTi shooting because too many irre sponsible people are allowed to carry guns In Europe a man must have u license to possess firearms Such a law would not be at all amiss in the United States Donegal leads all the counties in Ulster in the number of schools in which instruction Is given in Irish and It leads every county in Ireland In tho number of its blllngual schools Pretty good for the Black Northi4 + 4 S rLOUISVILLE TEAMS NEEDS It is too early in the season to ex press an opinion on the Louisville baseball teams chances as at pres ent several youngsters are being tried out and with the exception of one or two are found wanting but nine out of ten fans would dope out a line up as follows Pletz and Hughes catchers Puttman Halla and Decanniere pitchers Quinlan short stop Tate first base Neal third base Landreth right field Dunleavy center field and Woodruff left field The position of second base is left open as the right man for the place doesnt seem to be on the ground and if tho management leaguotimberother good pitcher the Loulsvlln team will be able to give them all a run for their money This should be done right away so as to put the team on even terms with Toledo Colum bus Milwaukee and Indianapolis considerablybyham Collins Hickman HulswJtt majorleagues IRELANDS DEATH RATE The sanitary condition of some of the Irish towns Is again attracting sopothingillditjon which Is a disgrace to a civil ized country The death rate a few weeks ago in Wnterfprd was forty SligoItand Tralce thirtyseven The death rate in Dublin was twentyseven and tv half Compare this with tlie aver olgliteenInl towns and one sees at once that there is something seriously wrong with the sanitation of the Irish urban areas The truth Is that tho Irish taxpayer does not yet really that money spent on sanitation Jsigood Investment and he brushes aside the appeals of his sanitary of fivers for adequate funds CONLEYINCOMMAND Since the retirement of Cal Ed ward Duffy Lieut Col 1 otis D Con ley has assumed native command of the famous Sixtyninth llegiment of New York lleut Cpl Cohley was recently appointed by Gov Hughes and has successfully passed time ex givenhisview of the regiment drtring the lat ter part of this month Ulie Rev Father James Duff Lennon inns been regimentInthe Sixtyninth will give a dinner in honor of their retiring Colonel Ed ward Duffy Yolf L AT MEMPHIS Cjiickasaw Council Y M ratMemphis after a lengthy discussion voted in favor of the reorganization of the order along the lines laid down by the Supreme Councils but theihaJorJty was very small The Momiis Cub ill the name of the cbuii ells new 110 oial organization aril 1tvfirstl i f after Tilaeter wN i R I 1 SOCIETY I Miss Agnes Kelly of Jeffersonville Is visiting friends in St Louis Mrs Robert E Hugiics and daugh tel are visiting relatives at Lan caster I y- Robert E Hughes has returned from New York after a successful business trip Mrs Ferd Flanagan is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Donahue at Covlngton Ky sMrs Thomas Clary of Paris Ky has returned home after a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs L R Marty of Newport Kyw has been the guest of Mrs Charles Adams for several days Miss Mary McCabc of Crescent Hill is visiting her aunt Mrs A B Conlon at Buffalo N Y Mrs Robert J Thompson lint Miss Florence Dyer of Eliabcthtown asher guest for several days Miss Florence McCarty of Pewee Valley has rpturned home after a visit df several weeks in Owensboro Mr and Mrs Edward T OBHcn and son John and Miss 3LI A Nash are spending a few weeks at Biloxi Miss The two Misses McKenna of Fair field Ky have returned from a delightful visit to friends at Memphis Tenn Miss Ellen Foley of Pewee Valley spent severay days in Louisville us the guest of Misses Maggie and Cora Wallace Mrs Patrlckb llynn of Loretto has returned home after n visit to her daughter Mrs 7 A Bowles of Highland Park Mr and Mrs Patrick Cahlll 1114 West Market street are rejoicing over the arrival of n bnby boy at their home Mrs Webb Strain formerly of this city now of Montgomery Ala is the guest of Mrs George Nicholas of Warwick Villa Hon Jeremiah Sullivan of Rich mond Ky spent several days in Louisville this week on legal and political business John R Kelly a popular United States StorekeeperGauger has been assigned to duty at Loretto Ky for time next thirty days Miss Mollie Coyle has returned from Mt Washington Bullitt county where nhe was the guest of her sister Mrs Eleanor Barnes Misses Mary and Florence Pitcher who have been attending St Mary School at Knoxvllle 1 can are homo to spend the Easter holidays Mrs Lawrence Rclchort who has been seriously ill at St Josephs In firmary is rapidly recovering and soon will be able to return home William MI HIggins editor of the Kentucky Irish American who has been confined to his home by illness for nearly two weeks Is able to be out again Mrs Tames McKenna of Fairfield Ky spent several days in Louis vllle this week as the guest of her father Charles White of 1025 West Jefferson street Col Thomas McCabe Louisville Freight Agent of the Illinois Cen tral is able to bo out after a long illness and Is receiving the congratu lations of his ninny friends William Clare pf Vlcksbur11ssIs visiting his brother John Clare at his home on East Fifth street New Albany Mr Clare removed froln Indiana about twenty years ago Miss Nell A Brown of 1225 South Sixth street returned Thursday from Tampa Florida where she spent the past two months with Mr and Mrs R G Miller and family Judge William Pryor of Newcastle Ky and Misses Prudolla Mc Afee and Cordelia Gibson of Simp sonville Ky are the guests of Judga Joseph Pryor ant family at Lyndotu Ky John 7 MeCIoskoy Owen Sullivan Col Harry B Driver Joseph Hub Ouch Jr William Olleilly Philip Ackerman Frank ennnnd Henry osquet were among the Louisville visitors at West Baden Springs this week ijfiss Quiet Casey the youngest daughter of Mr nI1l1lr8 J 1 Casey Jeffersonville submitted to an operation for appendicitis In a Louisville Infirmary several days ago and Is now believed to bo out of danger rMrs John Soeder was tendered a surprise party this week In honor of her birthday Her guests included Mesdames Lizzie Faller William Fischer Ernest Hecht Henry Dicken Godfrey Neuenschwamler John Soeder Rate Lyons William Wels Frank Bauer John Looser Jacob Koop and Jacob Braun lortlclpatell Pler ell alleys on Thursday evening Misses Rubel Smith Rose BrJ man Nellie Mae Cutler Mary 0 Ridge Elizabeth Woods Christine Stoll and Mnmle Stuecker anti Messrs Phil and lien Sandman John Rlttinan Frank Brlgman Ferd Vnlnottl Ray EyJ Victor K Ecker anti John Stacker Mr and Mrs D W Stevens gave a dinner Sunday evening at their home at Clay and Ormsby avenue In honor of Miss Carrie Herman Other guests included Misses Josephine Herman Nellie Mae Cutler Mary G Rldgc and Messrs John Rittman Ferdinand Valnottl Fjwnk J Haffner Edward and Will Stevens and Will Mellet Time evening was greatly enjoyed by allprewsnt Tr thevannlT rMrr of his birth with U mpartyat his home 9- PwelltJttl riion street Thursday evninR of llmt week Illwas asstet- r t L Another Step Toward Store Completion Opening a Basement Grocery Department Introducing a New Department to Supply Your Daily Needs Goods of the finest quality and thoroughly in keeping with the high stand ard of the store as a whole iII This Week in the Basement Will Be Held AN EXHIBIT AND SALE OF HIGHESTCLASS TABLE DELICACIES EVER SHOWN IN LOUISVILLE n fi STEWART DRY GOODS CO M CONNECTION WITH JAM L0p0SYcCREEYY ft CO NEW yORK oil in receiving by his sister Miss guestsincludedA K Bizot Messrs Louis J Kleffer CrottyGusBrown and Mr and Mrs Julius E BIcrach D J Glccson and Aulyn Kanston POHTLAND ALL STARS From all indications the Portland Baseball Club Just organized prone Isesto be one of the strongest aggre gations of local players ever gotten together and judging from the lineup will set a fast pace for a great many professional teams in this neck of the woods Their home grounds are located at Thirtyfirst and Rudd avenue and tho opening game will be with Frankfort champions of the Bluegrass League The roster is as follows Schmidt catcher Boardman and Doherty pitchers Harper first base H Lally second base Deekin third base Williams short stop Baker right field Dugan center field Wclsensteln left field and John Lapatlle manager The Stars will play the first game of the season with tho Louisville Club this after noon at Eclipse Park- RETURNING TO ROME A dispatch from Washington D C IapnlDelegatepresent plans are carried out with leave this country about the middle of May for Home where he probablyl sojournlrlmarllyattend the golden jubilee of tho American College It Is said not to be unlikely that Monsignor Falconlo may remain permanently abroad either retiring from the Papal diplo matic service or accepting another post It Is said that the Pope nutty create ironRlgn r Kalconio a Cardinal In recognition lof his work In this country It appears decidedly probable that Monsignor Alversu the Papal Delegate to Cuba may succeed him DEATH OK IRISH KNIGHT Recently there died in Dublin Chevalier Sheeran Knight of the Golden Spur and Chevalier of tho Order of St Sylvester dignities con ferret on him by His holies Pope Leo XII L in recognition of his sexy ices to religion In Chevalier Sheeran time various charitable Institutions of Dublin lost an ever eon stunt friend whose purse voice ami pen were always ready to uphold their interests Ah active nicmuer of the society of St Vincent de 1nul the Catholic Truth Society the Sick and Indigent lloom Keepers Society and other Similar organizations the Chevalier had during many years constantly labored for the alleviation of the misery of the poor the sick and the suffering VIOTIjki OF GRIP Joint Ileinzman Sr a veteran of time L and Ln shops died at his home 420 L street Monday night He had been ijl several weeks unit suffered from the grip The deceased I was sixty years old and is survived by a widow and the following clad dren Tohn lletuVnian formerly Sta tion Keeper at Central Police Station George and Arthur Jlelnzman Mrs Albert Arts Mrs Harry Couchmrn and Misses Jose and Minnie Ileinzman The funeral took place from Holy Namq church on Thurxdiiv morning and Lvns very largelyat tended FIFTV YEAS I BIILN1 Time Catholic Telegraph of Cincin natiI said last week Sister Mary Augustine Maud S6mmes Clarke who died tt few days ago at St Dominics Monastery Newark N J was Ole of the first Dominicans to enter the Dominican order after its establishment in this country by the late Archbishop CorrIgan For the bene fit of the Telegraph it might he well to state that the Dominican order had an established Sisterhood in Ken ArchblsbolJColrlgnn CATHOLICS ARE STRONG The religions of tho members of the newly elected Canadian House of Commons aro as follows The nth olics have the same force as in the old house the figure in each case be- Ing seventy The Presbyterians number fortysix in tho new house last year they had fortyseven The Methodist church Is represented by fifty in the iiev house as against sixty in the last Parliament The Church of England has timeyThe Baptists numbered eight lost In the for mer house In this they are six COVINGTONS CATHEDRAL Great progress iIS being mado on the new Coviag ton Cathedra When completed It will be on v of the finest Iin the country and will lie a lasting InfJiUntntro tha Rigid Tier Bishop reetorthe Very Jley Father Ferdinand Brosnart VrGd u o 0 n TALKS OUT Bishop LilHs Gives His Bigoted I 1hlngsI Governor of Kansas Crltlcd for Appointing Catholic on- Board Plainly State Attitude 01 Church Toward the Public Schools PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS BENEFITED The Right Rev T F Llllls Bishop of Leavenworth Kas was recently named by the Governor of his rotate usn member of the State Text Book Commission Opposition was made to his appointment on the ground that he was a member of the Catholic church Last week Bishop Lulls re tired from the commission but not before lie hind given the bigots who opposed him something to think partBecausel R Stubbs has seen fit to use his own judgment in selecting names for the State Text Book Commission a hue anti a cry has gone out from souse quarters and many unwarranted things are said his offer to place me on the hoard was a greater sur pulse to mo than it could have been to any of his critics The public schools of our State deserve the best that intelligence and means can provide and our text books should be the choicest I am not acquainted with the other gentlemen on the commission but reports would indicate their fitness for the position they are called on to fill The criticisms of the new Text- Book Commission seems to be aroused because of my relations with the parochial schools and mere l wish to State a few things regarding these schools They arc built and maintained by the people of the Cath olic faith They are private Institutions working for God and country They impart secular knowledge using most of the State text books and they instruct In Christian funda mentalsThey are not built to oppose or to compete with the public schools For reasons of conscience they are patronized by the children of the parish maintaining them In the State of Kansas there are 11000 children In the parochial schools and thus the sum of 250000 Is saved annually to the general public by the existence of these schools rhe public school system is the outgrowth of denominational schools established at an early period in our history There can be no neeu for alarm because a largo body of cit izens sees proper to build maintain and foster parochial schools- I make no apology for till stand UyItsjudgedThe gentleman who rot unteered the information that the Catholic schools would not use the State bookswas surely misinformed as facta do not fit into his statement Time opposite Is true nv pUIishhl I would remind the other gentle man who is quoted as saying that I would cripple the whole system by my presence on the board that there are six other very highminded Com missioners who have the confidence of all the people Including the 125Qflo Catholic population and that these can be relied on to guard the system against one imaginary foe The unhealthy and unwarranted criticisms that have been arouse 1 over the Text Book Commission are happily not a reflex of the times nor of the spirit of true Americanism FIRST WOMAN CHAUFFEUR Miss Sheila ONeill Is the first pro fcsslonnl woman chauffeur in London She is an Irish woman and served as a nurse through the South African war winning the Qucens medal She has also received the Kings medal for service on the field CARRIKRS TO BE HOSTS Falls City Branch No 14 of the National Association of Letter Car riers have completed arrangements for entertaining their guests when the Kentucky Association of Carriers meets in this city during the week beginning ay31 The following committee hog been selected to see that all the 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receive prompt attention sndsatisfactlon guaranteed J t eager Julius Zlgley TQIph Pile and Charles Carothers JFatMi ngat part t8hariaaarl Ito eriaKCQ l 0 4 p 7 w a Yr Ghasft Rooers ire BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of tblr kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles 0 BVKIIT DKSORIPCTOX 434 West Jefferson Street SUNDAYSI DONT YOU WANT flood DistalI Work Dose For the Lent Mosey O Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and dp just as we advertise 411 work guaranteed DR NJCaUCHMANDelHlt 0iTFIOB642PIl 1TH SiTRXET J1n I+ TEl lISCSX IRXSH AME1tI0AN I JOS BARON PLUMBERand Air Pump HospitalI Doctor ToYour Needsn 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Adam Spahndot ell date For LEGISLATURE4- 6th Legislative District Composedof Second and Third Wards a3aatbJeot to Action ot tale Demoorcatlo Party 1909 1iOVEDTI3ER ELI3CTION 1909 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the 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ea education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xav rlan Brother Classical Scientific and Iluilneti Course Preparatory De EquipGymnasiumDI e PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville e lnoepltforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REOINAm flERCy HOSPITAL Jlrb rIItj JettilrairjlkifltH HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doirg the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladies Auxiliary will hold an Important meeting next Wednesday night lItcrbllryCOlinvalue of tho Monsignor Slocum Division Hnmeetfngthe bull committee is expected to report a full attendance is desired Editors of Ca journals nre commending the order for protesting against the nude figures that were to have appeared on the monument tto Commodore Jack Barry byTlnclliloPatricks day parades has stimulated other cities to try the experiment and erc long there will bo few diets Ions without juvenile contingents Division 7 of Superior Will Is pre paring to give Its eleventh annual ball on Easter Monday night In nearly ever city and town In till Careother form of entertainment after Easter Division 2 Ladies Auxiliary of St Paul lInn has n green anti gold membership contest In progress The campaign has been in progress six DFrank1 of Dill nth lInn has been elected President of time Dultith City Coun cilMembers of the or cr at Man- Chester N IL declare that their first St Patricks day banquet was one of the greatest successes In tho attylie ance and the residents of the sec eral German societies affiliated therewith were honored guests dur ing the evening Members of the order in New York City gave a banquet at Snanleys last night In honor of National President Cummings and the Itev Father ODonnell of Boston envoys from the Hibernians of America to those of Ireland All of viie national 1111 State officers were guests of the New York County Board The envoys sail for Queenstown today WRECKED LIEU NERVES Mrs Philip G Uueff the respected young matron of 1004 East Jefferson 1streetgagged and robbed by a bold negro intruder is still suffering from ex treme nervous trouble On Monday it became necessary to remove her to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and it Is hoped that a few weeks of rest and quiet will restore her to a nor mal condition Thus far her assail ant has not been apprehended GENEROUS TO NEGROESU Mrs Franklin Drexel of Philadel- phIa has signified her intention of erecting a Catholic church and parochial school for the negroes of ClnClnnatfA She has purchased a site for the proposed building at a cost of 25000 Thore are GOO negro Catholic families in Cincinnati who wit be benefited by her gener osity OLDEST PRIESTS TO PREACH Tho Uer Father Eugene McBar ron the oldest priest living who was baptized in the old St Marys of the Knobs church near New Albany will preach the sermon on the occasion of the dcdcatlon of the new church on May 10 The art glass windows have arrived and are being placed in the church this week CHURCH IN 01110 In the Statp of Ohio there are Oil priests 270 of whom are of the re ligious congregations C30 churches yoursladiesasylums eighteen hospitals and 019130 Catholics The State of Ohio has an estimated population of 4558000 NEW JESUIT COLLEGE A new Jesuit college will soon bo opened in North Ynkimu Wash The Jesuit college in Portland Ore iis proposerbuildingr 20000 Slaw NEW CATHEDRAL The Right hey Bishop Colton has purchased property adjoining his episcopal residence as a site for prospective new Cathedral fo Buffalo CATHOLIC WOMEN FEDERATE The Federation of German Catholic Women in the Gorman Empire which had its inception in 1003 now numbers more than 20000 members DOING GOOn WORK Chicago has fortytwo conferences of the St Vincent do Paul Society and last year they expended 18054 84 in charity RIRRELTj BILL SCORES On Wednesday night tho British House of Commons passed the sec ond reading of the Blrrell Irish land bin by a vote of 275 to 102 CHEAPElookingIrIshemptrbottlethat ho wished to prepare and went purchasSelectingo pose he asked tho shopman how much It would be Well was the reply Tf yon just want the empty bottle It will lie onu penny but if you want anything iin you can have the bottle free of charge wittyCettT IRISH WIT What broughttyouneresafd Ii Magistrate to an Irish offender Two policemen orr Wa1F the r4 JsofTJ t I NTAC1gULBYS Monday Tuesday and Wed Nights and Wednesday Matinee THE THREE TWINS Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee THE MERRY WIDOW lOc1 HOPKINS lOc1 I Where the Crowds do HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesdayt Thursday and Saturday UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO CCasino Theater 417 Fourth st Princess Th aWestterp eet Columbia Theater Four 317 Ave D NestreamlandWe cater especially to Ladies and Children W 1 IILike a Machine m ll Youre I III ii Sure 99To Wear and liable Out toIIIIII BREAK DOWN at any t Start a SAVINGS timejJIjJI here and put Into It 1 lilia part and COMPOUND of provide your earnln for the stoillill when your cogs will get to Ill slipping and your flywheels ll to wabbling and youll have IIIIIItutuKaitIe 1111 UttttSavings m 1mmtu m mt1fl Trust Co t 1mlIlJSHENRY AAIJIJ PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone 3635 528 Fifth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 HENRY HUNOLD DEAUJR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries ROOMaCONNECTIONrOld Whiskies a Specialty xepc ml 640 W WALNUT GUARD YOUR BOYS This is n little sermon that we submit to parents If they consider it proper and useful they will enforce It Now for the sermon The worst that can befall aJtoy Is to have the liberty to stay out late at night This is too often a fatal privilege ulghthatexecuted The boys who are per mltted the freedom of our public streets at all hours of the night aro the boys who till our workhouse and bring sorrow upon their rein tions and friends All parents shoal keep their boys off the streets and theboysall day entitled to some recreation and amusement Most assuredly manageIMusic singing readIngcan not young people havo these amusements at home And what more sloes the street offer Parents look to It1 Do not think that because the boy bring their earnings on Saturda night they are free to do as they please and go where they will By supremetn+ youohlidrenyour roofISTOVB BRUSH Takes small lilook of wood am oarJKItanctDela t n- A 0 KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where tmiutintcI Dnyton Coiineljl has a movement on toot to secure its own home forthemon hake Uric II1outteell councils are preparing I In making time St Io hcnr nival u success The Knights nt Dayton Ohio lime JrStMayantiobeenquet The Irish village will be one of the scenes of interest at the grand car nival to be held In 1st Louis April 12 to 17 timefirstcundldatesthird degrees will bo conferred sown otter Easter horndeckled CalHhdnft every Ill In lKentucky nod from several au jacent Slates ofColumbusCircle united In celebrating SI latricks duty J M Callalmir of Mil waukee made the principal address and urged the teaching of Irish nia tory in parochial schools spirliunl churchlastNowParkElliotCouncilSondnyAIVICE I IAlmXlSIDont give your girls such names as Flossie Evelyn Dulees Lillian sad styliaLbut1 lo1tlIIedulstIncdor Margaret Thus spake Jtev IE A i1UrchTersltrouble wroth Flossie Iis that while gotstoinhonorRAG RUG andtwicestore take msfora w youantmiddle like n hairpin wind your rags pinwithvas foundation pull out pin and rev evenhindanydarkTOMATO ESCALLOP First peel the tomatoes and then slice them Place a layer of them in the bottom of a bolting dish anti sprinkle over them half n teaspoonful generouslayersnit popper anti butter Kepeat this until the taking dish is filled bread crumbs being left on top Over all pour a cupful of rich sweet milk Bake two hours A very delicate way of serving tomatoes WISH CHILD Jane said the mistress of the house some of the bedclothing is missing Was any of it left on the line Oh mamma cried little Winnie Jane doesnt know anything about It What do you mean child Well mamma I heard some of the neighbors saying this morning that they saw papa last night with three sheets in the wind FANCIES OP FASHION Plain shirt waists prevail popularThe out The dainty embroidery vogue in creases The square velvet dot is the leader in veilings The newest veil is double and a full yard each way Wo see many light suits trimmed with jet buttons Shoes stockings und gloves should match the gown White gloves seem to have coma back for evening wear Eyelet embroidery will maintain its vogue the coming season For the dressy waist the tucked sleeve is generally chosen Darned effects continue In favor in the matter of embroidery The turnover linen collar with jabot will be worn as of yore With the tailored suits coarse mesh net waists will be much worn The old fashioned sailor collar has come back for the younger set Indlspensnblefor weartLarge spots anti tiny ones are mixed on some of the new veils With the tailored suits moire silk belting of every color is being worn The indications for children gar ments aro that they will be more and more simple Thore is a fad just now for malting the color of the hat pins contribute to the trimming of time hat llecause of the demand for softly woven fabrics many of the woolens are woven with a silk purfacb Metallic not bids fair to be much used for hats for there dressy occa comlngseasouDOibllleftect sorts overarown being n t 5JOHNNIE KNEW wltdngthrough lortlJEknowledge of natural history This conversation ensued todfamilyJohnnie ownthattoUln r- Y r FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY 4 OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcelleht and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED zITI6VILLIC KY Comb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor KyhASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOMF PHONE 7669 CUMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS9 Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY i JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY I 8BE S SUREDU H N Incorporated Brook and River Phone 2267 Louisville Ky Also Operating Booster Wall Plaster Plant Jcffersonvllte lud Pb ue BBS t + tI FINE WINES AL K LBPAGkEO1 I345 West Green Street r LIQTJORICIGARH M M H M M M tliiattli M M M t u M M M M M All the new Easter and Spring Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices M BURKE THE TAILOR Ladies and Gents Suits Dry Cleaned Sponged and Pressed 234 Bill SfitI near Jefferson HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deall ors in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Uilfhm 1941 234 SIXTH STREET y It- t EASTER LILIES CHOICE LINE Blooming Plants and Cut Flowers AT REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge v PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overkill Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONv Ij LJB TKH FBOF Hot I bnch every morning froa 83tto 1230 oclock 44S1W tDREI N Tn n i J KENTUO Y IRISri All21XOAw THE BIG STORES EASTER SUITS FOR MEN 500 750 1000 1500 2000 2500 YOUNG MEN SUITS SIZES 14 TO 19 500 750 1000 1200 1500 CONFIRMATION SUITS KNEE PANTS 350 to 10- 01STORE 424 West Market St THE BIG Between 9 Poirth and Plltb MILTON M MARBUESTONE A CO c eNNeeeeee0NNONONe10 ONNNOe9NNee000N00e0N- NOOONO N0e00N00N b MONUMENTS iIitargementIi CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed ingly low prices Call and examinett MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 3J8320 WEST GREEN STREET i NNOOONINNOOOOON00000 NNNONNOOON N04 4I + MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it Is ap predated more than in the summer A- FARRANDOEOILIAN PIANO Will supply this music If there is no one In the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated oosoao FOURTr AVENUE The Best Coffee You Ever Drank Is made from MULLOYS Coffee It has a never varying quality and flavor which gives universal satisfaction SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE II 3 LBS FOR SOC COFFEE 45cexcellent MtJDLOY COFlrEE ROASTER 14I11RKTAT FJiRaI g I IY n 4tt 0 ViL 415 Per Ton ot 2000 Poundsaa HE GUIDED by your best judgment and put aside all prejudice In business matters If you never try FOX lilDGE ybu will never know what HIGH GRADE FUEL means Scanlon Coal COINCORPORAT D 405 UNION ICE CREAM CO MtxnufraoturoraM of Pure Ice Creattt and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en abler us to put a better cream on themarket at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Curab Main 142qy 1909 l November Elicilon 1909 Squire John Mi Adams CANDIDATE FOR O County Assessorr t tp4c 9 9DemtI rrt7 I4 r d L Jt BIDS FOR HONORS Marathon Oyster Eater Is Louisvilles Latest Hero In feats of endurance the Irish are ilwnys heard from This tlmo Michael McDermott Is the asplrm for honors arid John II llenness President of Division 4 A O H iiIII willing to back him against all con era as the Marathon oyster eater Mike is assistant sexton of St Louis Uertrands church and ab stains from meat during Lent but at a supper given in Limerick rcccntl he made up for his ubstemiousncf by outdistancing nil corners in putting away oysters s Just how many of the succulent bivalves were tucked away under Mc Dermotts vest when the feast ended has not been made public but Presi dent Hennessy declares iris friend McDermott Is n world beater TO RAISE FUNDS Catholic Womans Club plans to Give Enter tainment Soon The Catholic Woman Club iIS ilnnnlng to give an entertninmen nt the club house Walnut street between Sixth and Seventh on the afternoon and evening of haste Monday Mrs 1 G Merman will have churg of the loll booth Mrs John J ticor ivlll be in command at the fish pond and other ladles who will assist 111 making the affair a success arc Mesdnmes Daniel P Murphy John Reek John Coleman Wiiiam Net laei laud James Tighe Dennis Sullivni Mary Frnnke 15 n Mnttinglj Charles smith John lluschemeyei Minnie Bosche Thomas Tarpey Katie iNewinan and AlI Joseph and Misses Myra Burns Margaret Leon ard Fannie Kennedy Stella OCot nor Annie and Effle Burns Kat Collins Mattie Wehrle and Blanch Gordon The funds that accrue as the re suit of the entertainment will bonp plied to the building fund of th chili The latest reports of the first officers show that the club is make ing steady financial gains PRETTY EIGHT May Be Expected If Single ton and Dorian Are the Starters Unless the plans of the leadin politicians of McCrncken count gang aglee a pretty fight is prom ised in the race for County Uer luring the coining campaign Co Gus Singleton of Paducah familiarly known as the Fall Scrub Oak of the Purchase Is being boosted hyhis Friends for the Democratic nominn tion He knows every voter wort mowing in McCrncken county and never hesitates to express an opinion IFe is as familiar with Greek and Latin as he is with questions on tho lariff or any other measure affect ing the weal of the citizens of Jibracken county A Confederate soldier a lifelong Democrat and a good mixer Col Singletons friends bt ieve he can carry McCracken count- yb the usual majority On the other hand the Republican of Pnducnh and McCrncken county ire urging former City Treasury r John J Dorian to make the race for bounty Clerk Although a native of roland Col Dorian has lived In aducah and McCrncken county for hlrtyfive years and knows ever rook nnd corner of it from Desln reek to Yeisers Sidewalk Skatiiif link He is popular with people of ull classes creeds and party politics Should he decide to run his friends will see that he becomes an im inrtant factor in the race It is ex iicted that the issues will he made Ill within the next ten days PATRIOTIC PAGEANT When Dublin Dames Wore Toilets of Irlsn Made IGoods A correspondent of the Sew York Worldwrites from Dublin Ireland Few pageants have been mora roniislng than the one so gorgeously lauguratcd by Lady Aberdeen at lublin Castle on St Patricks eve fill the forwarding of Irish mans rigs It was a happy thought to commemorate the national festival in so practical n way and the prece Ilent established probably will be inch followed The ball gowns ot- tho guests were chosen with this end In view Lady Aberdeen setting the sample of encouragement to Irish trade by her magnificent court dress off old gold poplin richly trimmed with cream and gold embroidery Lady Haddo was indefatigable in aiding her motherinlaw to organize the pageant nnd was responsible for the Irish mineral quadrille n work ofr no small ingenuity and labor Lady ado is a woman of singularly bright and sympathetic jpersonality and extremely young looking for her jars She takes a keen interest in lineal meetings and can make on icasion the prettiest speech Jm finable IARLES GOEPPEU IMPROVES Charles D Goepper Secretary of- the Central Consumers Company a prominent member of the B P 0- Elks and one of the most widely known and highly esteemed residents of the city Is reported as much Im proved after an Illness of several months Mr Goepper had been confined to his home 910 Fourth live- nue since Ilast September but on Wednesday his physicians gave out ports that greatly encouraged his frlomts and relatives BIQ POWEtt PJWVNT 1r It is rumored on what appears to be reliable authority that a number of local capitalists are contemplating mammoth pjiwet plant for manu cturersi Such an establUhmont Is- Mn de4 in Loui vllei and ahehithas- en oucceee fully ipnugagajkg it will p ov an Ineentlve tbothercapitaiistr oAollovdt o las SOCIETY DIRECTORY i A O EC DiV 1 tacts at Falls City hull on First and Third Tuesday I Presldentr Thomas Kecnan Sr Vice President Mark Ityan Recording Secretary Thos LawlerI Financial Secretary Thos Doldn TreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArms Andrew CurranI Sentinel Louis holler- DIVISIONI 2 infects on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Jord Vice President p D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FInanclalSecretary JnoT Keancy Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G hessian Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 sets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm A Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wlnn Treasurers Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall John Kennedy 1rsklventLouis Constantine Vice President Robert Qleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John Q Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y IMC I MACK1N COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Eieffer First Vice President ThosDClines Second Vice PresidentSamuel L Robertson Recording SecretaryThomas F tachmanCorresponding Secretary William F BurkeFinancial Secretary Frank G tdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Aclolnhus Audriott Inside Sentine T 1 C F Bartsch- Outside SentinelWilliam D An Irlott rEEf IoENIq 1brfJ No Symptoms nave Since Been Seen St Loots Mo February 17th 1906 4- We I vied one bottle of P itor Koonic aNerr Toblo for a child who had a t tote riabl- legect I Iaerrouacss the medicine rooveredstdshe has completely DO symptoms here alnce been aeon FlndlulrltI ouch a bleMlnz amonjchildren weiball elway keep it on hanlSIIITEaI or CnlxlTT I Oolnm a 8 0 February 4tb 1908 procured abbttla of Pester Koenlgs Nern for myltttle SOD who could not remain Tonic and we feared get St Vitu I dance and had to keep himfrom school Tbi did him more good than any medicine he ba used daring a year and since ita use2yearsi aki be has had no recurrence I recommended the andaUldlrhJldbenepraise and beside God thank so beneficial a medicine UBS DAN MAUER 1101 Bichland St A Valuable Book on Nor F REE VOU8 Diseases and a Sample bottle to any address Poor pi dents also get the medicine tree Prepared by the Rev FATHIII KOENIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1876 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by DruraliU et 1 per Bottle 6 for 95 Largo Size 176 0 Bottle for SO MASONIC TIIEATEK The vivacious Hoiiita In Wine Woman acidI Song n musical trqves y JH teeming to facauleyi Monday for a weeks engagement The show leas land long runs in Mevt York find Chicago and is not tin mlYIncesWednesday and Saturday MACAULEYS THEATER The Three Twins which has had two successfult runs at Mncauleys Theater during the present season vIII come back Monday for n third engagement This musical comedy will occupy ihe boards for the first half of the weekb The original Merry Widow company is booked for the last half of the week with the usual matinee on Saturday MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company Is having alt the business it can do mtertatnlng tIlerntronli of the Casino Then ers The 1cnnxeraphont in conjunction with the motion pictures is proving nn additional feature of fir erest Each of the houses are using first run Wins and attractive1 pic hires arc promised for the coming veck V IIOIKIBS THEATER r I i lIopldnslheatcraudiences every afternoon and even ng and while the majority of the pictures ar8bf a comedy nature Manager Dustin expects to procure mare sedate and religious scones for lie remainder of the Lenten period Tbe U9PldlJs Theater is JoJluiur be ausu its patrons have plenty of room comfortable seats and are liowrt first claws films DAKAR von HQSPITAI r L the WoroiihX SejvJns Circle of St Edward HaijpRal New AlbanY will bQldJt bawir for the bepept ot that n titutlop lturJUjtb weelt begin iiugi jrjrW lf lusleadYoffMay3 as orIlln JtTJld rr n MACKIN COUNCIL Discussed Several Sub Jects In Matter of Chris tian Doctrine Mncldn Council lord another splen dldly attended meeting Monday nigh with President Louis J Kleffc wielding the gavel The Visitin Committee reported that Oeorgi Bartsch who had been seriously ill was fully recovered and that Henry Everslage and David Hummel wer improving Time Library Committee reported a number of contemplate chnngqs in the conduct of the rend Ing rooms Attorney Camden It McAtec one of iMnckius bright young member addressed the council on the various religions of the Orient und the customs manners dress etc of tho Eastern people Under the head of Christian doctrine James T Shcllej Thomas Dacliman William Burke and others made interesting talks on the significance of Ash Wcdnesdn and the proper observance of St Patricks day Next week the ills missions will relate to Passion Sun dug Palm Sunday and Holy Week NOTABLE EVENT Will Be Consecration of the New Bishop of Cleveland Monsignor Morris Bishop of Little Hock Ark is expected in home earl this month and as he is to be ona o the consecrating prelates for Monsignor Fnrrelly the Bishop elect ef Cleveland the exact date for the consecration has not been fixed One of the Itomnn Cardinals probably Car- dinalh Qotti will bo the principal con senator It is with nun that Man signor Farrell has been in dos relations for many years as the off clal agent through which man American Bishops transacted their business with Rome The consecration will take place iin the chapel of the American Colleg American students will serve at th altar and the chief notabilities clef lealI amid lay of the American folon will attend After the ceremon breakfast will be served in the college refectory Ten days before tits co secration Monsignor Furrelly will meet the special board of Cardinal assigned to examine him and nfte that he will retire to one of the ro ligious houses for an interval o prayer null reflection Monsignor Furrelly is a native ot the diocese of Little Rock but wen to Rome from Nashville Penn Be sides speaking English he speak fluently Italian Frunch German mill Spanish truly a polyglot head for n polyglot diocese PRIEST PRAISES Yankee Genius and Aids In Boosting an American Enterprise A special cablegram to the Mo York World from London Knglanci says II Gordon Selfrrdge who reo Gently started hero a real American department store with a flourish of- trnmpets and It crush is opening his IEnglish competitors eyes wider anJ wider from day to lay as he develop his business on uptodate Yankee lines The greatest lesson the astonished London merchants ore learning is the value of original and effective advei using in the newspapers Whole pages of the lending dailies arc employed to draw attention to Self ridges warts by means of typo graphical and skillful description the result is unmistakably shown In the diminishing sales of his stow go- Ing rivals mug the ebbing tide of their customers leather Bernard Vauglmn whoso loiiient sermons in the Farm Street fesuit church attract large fash- Ionable wealthy congregations selzec iolfridgos instant overwhelming sue ccss to point a moral lie preache nut Sunday on the value of energy ingle minded effort and selfdiscip line us strikingly exemplified by ielfridge whose store he aescribed In glowing terms All the newspapers printed reports of Father Vatighans 1I erinons and on Monday Selfridgef dId a tremendous business Marry Marks M1 P is publishing eries of searching and hostile snit Isms on Selfridges financing moth IIIls In his paper the Financial mows here articles not only do the Ameri an merchant no harm but they posi Ively help his trade by arvertismg him YELLOW PERIL Noted American Jesuit Wants Mongolian Race Kept Out A dispatch from San Francisco to triO Chicago Tribune says leather hoinus Ewing Sherman son of the famous General 11 r T Sherman is in ccord with the California sentiment gainst admission of Asiatic to this entry T am with California for too right of family and the State in such mat teIs is fur above that of the nation ilJUl I sincerely hope and trust that tho Asiatics will ke kept from our shores Father Sherman was a sclioojiuatd oft President raft JfANAOEU WUNDOX NOW Robert E Dundon sporting editor of the Louisville Herald will manage tbo Olenwood ball team of NeW Albany this season Mr Dundon is n- New Albany boy knows his people and they admire him He lias a thor igh knowledge of the national game and ought to make the Glenwood pine more famous than ever COHALAN TO GUIDE The Executive Committee of Tam any Hall New York City has dected the committees that are to ork in the Iht erest of the club dur ing the Important city campaign of the coming fall Daniel F Cohalari rariil Sachem of Tammany Is also nlmluChalrmllu af the Law Com mlIttee- q I o 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 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY I IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield KV GEHER Q SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET surr TUB CEIKDRATKD NORTH SIAR REFR1GERII The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public oeoeoo00eeoeeNOOeooe + eeeooe0eoooeooNeooOOw Z HOME SHONE 5687 HENRY FUCi S2712oi J1 FLORIST I Plants Designs and Cut Flowers i GREENHOUSESj STORE 2 Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th StrooXIo T- NNNH1NNPNeoooNNe WE WANT YOUR WORK f Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass Style PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 319 WEST GREEN STREET FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager I3lDADQLTArzv1 DOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords In Choice Cute of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINO Prii Mgr VlctPrs Treat Secretary F Bannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe P Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Cophisf Drain THe Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flat P pe Ine Lining Eire Nrick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSONT- BLBPIi0y6673 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Alngnolia Ave Bet pth and lothT- BLEPIIONB 2833 DR J TCHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING 0Horses Called For and Delivered x OFFICE AND F080E 713tlS STRQEEV I t