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UCKY IRISH AMERIcAN LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 10 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS odcllng began- mpbellsvllle is and presents a ce and people IundayII j attached to the the house is re urrny will be in TS ILL WIIZL- entTaftStarts ern Electrical ovltlon Monday 1rcsldcnt Will seated in his office In use will press a button in motion the machinery Southern Electrical and Exposition which will con no weeks It promises to be the most attractive as well as f the most interesting exposi ever held in Louisville or the h maysatisfiedvrnngeinents have been made for Ights for the various races What roiniscs to be one of the most bril iantly attended will be the Ireland cotlnnd night when the sons of the iael from both sides of the Irish sea illl mingle for the evening to tell tales of byegone days in their re pecthe countries and to hear the elodles of Moore and Burns In addition to the more than 230 dividual exhibits there will be sev rnl features of more special interest i the general public These will in hide the electrical tower built of onerete the work of Vililain Han on a local contractor and the enor lOllS electric clock The clock will e the largest of its kind over eon trusted the huh being twentytivo Jet in diameter and the stem of the endulum twentyfive feet long It ill bo hung at the rear of thp rmory and will swing backward ud forward continually No lends Iii appear on this clock but theme will be indicated by lights oC ifferent colors The famous Geb erd clock of Baden Germany hiirh took thirtyeight years to com etc will also be exhibited This re arkable piece of mechanism records ie time in ten of the worlds largest ties indicates the changes of the oon the movement of the stars and her astronomical phenomena Two Marconi wireless telegraph at Ions leave been installed one for fceiving the otlier for sending mes ages mid an effort will be made to ring Jack limos the operator who lIck to his post on the steamer lorida until relief came At the north end of the Armory as been hung a canvas 80x60 feet hicli presents n view of Indiana as en from the Kentucky hore1tlthe work of TuTT btfr litrartTstr ad affords a beautiful study of that ass of art The art gallery will ntaln more than 200 of the finest ilI paintings in Kentucky On the IrelandScotland night eorgo T Butler State President of lie Ancient Order of Hibernians ill preside for the IrishAmericans id Attorney Robert C Kinkead fore ScotchAmericans It promises to 5 a grand occasion for the commlng ig of the shamrock and thistle NOTED PRIEST ell Known In America Is Sent to India as Bishop Jfficlal announcement has been ide of the appointment ot the Rev ederlek Linneborn of the Congre tion of the Holy Cross to the shopric of Dacca Bengall East In i He succeeds the Right Rev ter Hurth who is obliged to retire reason of infirmities contracted 3m service in the Eastern missions lor to his appointment to the shopric of Dacca Bishop Hurth is President of bt Josephs College Cincinnati nnd later was head of Edwards College in Austin fxas He is well known in time ilted States and the news of Ills rev relrctIshopn was for several years rector of Ily Cross lien df the University ofI tro Dame In 1890 he was appoint Congretlon ue in Rome lie has ably discharged i duties of his office and his ali intment to the Bishopric of Dace recognition of his ability and faith service The work on the Edst Indian mis ns is laborious and wearing Bishop nneborn is at the head of n diocese Lich covers 59000 square miles and s a population of more than seven en millions most of whom are hammedans Twenty priests are the tsslonnries appointed for this large tout of territory Many of the nests were educated at ihe Uni srslty of Notre Dame nnd were or chained specially for work in the Bengal missions Some of them re t tvcd their Doctors degrees in phil at the Catholic University in W n and many pf them have a colleges in the United ineborn therefore jealous but I when ho IQVIILE Wlnn nJ bany win bio at Sty night of Poly Trln ihiris and- deceased pid ers single IThonla tie and iFlley oj k lucid Ii whimon rI C P BETWIXT Love and Duty Stands Ills Honor the Mayor of Louisville Tired ot Strenuous Life But Friends Hold Him in Leash Upholder ct Confiscation of Property RightsIs Candidate SOME REFORMS IN PROGRESS Mayor Orinstead like Longfellow stood on the bridge at midnight and somebody moved the bridge One end n JR CHARLES J FINECfAN I I Charge the Hibernia and Recetipnbt the Galt of it led to love the grocery und the molasses barrell The other led to supporting his past policies which Include the city printing for that friend of Robert Emmet the Louis ville Evening Post tho defense of tion of the property ot people on the river front near the Marine Hospital and for negro domination If nom i luausicaucceettnhluuelLhy thnJt publicans he will have more than one chance to lose If he is not defeated j by the Democratic nominee he will be declared ineligible by the courts Decisions of the Court Appeals J since January 1 lave passed on J Mayors Chief Executives and fiscal officers of cities the first and second class but Mayor Jrlnstead City Treasurer Gifford and II 11 McCulloch Tax Receiver have tho nerve to run again Ignorance is the mother of impudence tight here it might be well to deny the rumor that Mayor Grinsteads candidacy is backed by the auto mobile trust This rumor presumably grew out of the fact that j the police wrecked two and the firu department one automobile within a month who are in a position to speak authoritatively say that at least six automobiles must be smashed to smithereens before the trust will lend moral and material aidLouisville has between 42000 and 43000 voters undo these between 0000 nnd 10000 are colored The negroes that fall to vole the Republican ticket cnn be counted on your digits but when they line up with white Republicans they dominate the city Negro rule is foreign to the United but it goes in Louis yule just the same Negroes are bossing white men on street work now to the disgust of white men of both parties They feel nssured that Ilf tile Republicans by any chance get In again there will be negro police negro firemen negro Sanitary Inspectors and boy catchers for the School Friday night of last week a dis charged employe of the alms house is alleged to have taken a shot at Superintendent W K Summcrhayes What has become of that case Has lames Itigsby had an examining trial John Ender a fireman and s Irinstead appointee is alleged shot Ills wife in a moment o pique Is Euler a sample of reform firemen Corporal Steepler was arrested at the instance of his wife on the charge of creating a domiciliary commotion Ills trial has been set for next week Stoepler and Euler are both innocent until proven guilty Mayor Orinstend stands for th Board of Public Works and one o its members John Brand is the ac credited agent of the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Company Property owners in the West End are vehemently protesting against the confiscation of their property rights As usual the Mayor Is not worrying ANNUAL COMMUNION nAY Branch 32 C K of A will goto holy communion in a body at lh 630 oclock mass on the morning o Sunday April 26 The two uni formed companies will turn out as a guard of and all the other branches in the city will ba on hand to escort the members of Branch 32 on that occasion TWO PARISHES FOR LEXINGTON 0ITIle Right Rev C P Maes Bishop ot Covington has definitely decide rt to divide Lexington into two separate parishes At present there I i outy one church in Fayett county this o f twG of St Pauls nt Lexington jRecently YoungMenssus of the county and It was their report that determined Bishop rues action 11 BUSY GOSSIHS Of Rome Make New Rules For Election ofiNcxt Pope f- J American newspaper correspond ents in tome continue toraake new rules for the election of alEppe This time they do Ills Hollnessf Plus X the courtesy of cretlltlngnm with being the father of the nevuulaw The New York Heralds eqt JIopen to the abolition of the veto oft Austria Spain and Trance in the IJanal elections has just Introduce important change in the iietlcod of electing his successor for many centuries was nsj 1 follows When after balloting tlie Jrites were counted and it was fount that no candidate had obtained the necesary twothirds majority any Con uah THOMAS KEENAN THOMAS AWLERIWho Have of Grand House Next stoeplor of of Those States power negro Board to- have honor who wished to do so werAu1wed to change their votes Many Popes who failed to obtain tit requisite number of votes in tic ordinary scrutiny have been this manner Pope Pius has latelelecteiJJ1 this ancient method of t the same time however lie hag tnnen measures toj expedite the eJeMoh by introducing toLariUpam an liungelato hold only two ballots a flay one in the morning after mass and the other In the evening Xow the ruling pro vides for four ballots two in the eveningThus occupiedduringIt is said that one of the reasons for this change arises out of an incident at the last conclave at which Tope Pins himself was elected After the first scrutiny when Cardinal Rnmpolla obtained more votes than any other two candidates to gether It wns expected in the con clave that an opportunity would b9 given to the Cardinals who so de sired to change their votes Instead of this however the assembly Immediately disbanded and voting was put off until evening with the result protrudedtlllee GALA BALL Hibernians Soiree at Galt House the Event of Season What promises to DC the most suc cessful entertainment given by Hi bernians in the last decade is that which will be given nt the Gait House next Tuesday evening Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary combined to give n postLenten ball and reception and Misses Mary Corcoran Hattie Iliggins and Nellie Nolan were chosen to represent the Ladies Auxiliary while Charles Pinegan Thomas Keenan Jr and Thomas Lawler were chosen to represent Division 1 How well inch committee has done its work will be known when the ball Is over The main hall at time Gait House andfnone but the best Hibernians need not present nn invitation at the door Scallys orchestra will furnish Irish and IrishAmerican popular danceI music and those who rcmeml cr Irish balls of twentyfive or thirty years ago will tale pleasure in advis grandchildrent HAPID PROGRESS Is Being Made On Pourtda tier of New St Cecilias Church Work on the foundation of St reCThis week the bricklayers have been erecting the pillars to support joists Just when the cornerstone will be laid has not been determined out theJ event will bo made the occasion for a solemn celebration The people of St Cecilias parish know that the heart of their pastor the Rev Father Ai Brady Is ee upon the completion of this worki and they are giving him every pos sable support When completed St Cecilias will lie one of tbevhjMid om tell churches In the State rcry GERMANS Are Dominating the Whole 01 Europe and England Is Aghast Umperors William and Franz Joseph Bent France and Edward War Scare Not Dispelled But Clouds Continue to Break REDMOND APPARENTLY SATISFIED Both the English party In power and the party that wants to get are trying to figure out just what I InI Ball petted to England last week as the result of the settlement of the Balkan Imbroglio Germany seems to have the best of it according to lion TI P OConnor who writes from Lon don to the Chicago Tribune and who seems to know more about what is going on than any of the other foreign correspondents After commenting on Sir Edward Greys de fense of the British ministry Mr- CConnonsays The most exasperating fact however is that while Grey threatened Germany if she attempted to domin ate Europe nnd Isolate England Germany has this week dominated Europo and isolated England In spite of official denials the English anti German newspapers maintain doggedly that Germany threatened Russia and prepared to mobilize troops and invade Russia in order to force an acceptance by Russia of Iius sayRuesiasunder to Germany without taking the time to consult England or France placed both of these countries In a humiliating position Thus according to his idea the Germans dominate nil Europe Not the Germans or the German Empire alone but the coalition between Germany and Austria that has been cemented by the apparent settlement of the Balkan question The correspondent believes that the war clouds have not entirely been dispelled and in this connection saysAltogether the slate of feeling In Europe today Is more restive more perilous and more warlike than for a long time even though little Servia was brought to reason and n prospect- of an immediate war In the Balkans present Germany continues some little inci dent would precipitate n conflict and with the prospect of an early return of tile Tories to power preaching innumerable Dreadnoughts and in spired by a fierce antiGerman feeling the lovers of European peace are not happy LloydGeorge summoned up the general impression of the present situation in n private conver sation with friends by quoting the phrase of William Pitt Roll up tho map of Europe it will not be needed for a generation and adding Roll up time map of social progress it will not be wanted for a generation Hon John Redmond and Ills col leagues in the Irish Parliamentary party are apparently satisfied with tho progress of the Blrroll land bill England has her hands full with Ger many just at present and is not at all anxious for disturbances nearer at homo witness the release of J P KarrelS M P from Kllmalnhnm Jail last week Mr Farrell Is the editor of the Longford Leader and went to jail on December 22 to serve six months on the charge of publishing paperMr tificate offered by a Government phy wouldbetion At the same time Mr Farrell said his health was not bad He ex pests to return to Parliament after tho Easter holidays ImSlwP TO UK COXSKCJUATED- J A cablegrrtm from Rome to the New York Herald says Dr Farroli will be consecrated Bishop of Cieve land May 1 by Cardinal Gottl Prefec Propste Rock and another prelate yet to tx named Cleveland Is anxiously await ing news of time pro noaeddlrisfon oj the diocese by the creation of the new bishopric of Toledo This jfti J C t- I yearbutthe plan has been suspended indef initely Tho new BisHop may be ex pected in Cleveland before tho end of May All the authorities of time ecclesiasticaljjI Catholic associations sent aim ad dresses congratulating him on his ap pointment and promising support and obedience In his work NIGHT EOn KNIGHTS Splendid Musical and Vau deville For Worthy Cause Time Catholic Knights of America raretreatCentral Committee presents its performanceIt fallsCitiesand their respective families and friends will attend in large numbers The general public is invited to attend and assist the Knights in the good work tiny are carrying on Caring for the widow and the orphnn is time work of every true Christian and when one remembers that to lumber is to pray ho also feels that those who nre laboring with oth praying heaven and Ills recording angel can tell the amount of good done by the Catholic Knights of America The millions of dollars they havo dis grieftheyhave dried are the things that count Now the Entertainment Committee of Central Committee decided on nn innovation tills year Instead of n dry lecture replete with statistics mid mathematics inexplicable to nil save actuaries it was determined to try a lighter vein Hen Speaker a member of the committee was com missioned to nfraifge the affair Those who know him and the artists with which he has surrounded himI self feel assured that the musicale tumid vaudeville performance will be a Hiiccexs both artistically anti finan cially Among the ladies on the pro gramme will be Misses Rosalie and Ootavla Wcmjie Abbie Chester anti Leota Whitton Bierach T 1 Jlynn anti David Maloney who made hits in The Mikado last year will render a duet The Two Fishermen nnd Mr FlynnI will also give a recitation and Mr Maloney will sing a bass solo Philip W linger a bright particular star in the local terpsichorean firma ment will present a fancy dance Ben Speaker ns The Only Man In the House will give one of his side monologuesTello offer a stump speech und Will Martin will give v tenor solo anclThomaBDGHncs ohO of the best allaround entertainers in Louisville will give a unique monologue DYING HARD Baptist Writers Acknowledge Trend Towards True Church The Western Recorder n local organ of the Baptist creed Is throw ing fits over the disintegration of Protestant sects ann the alleged apings of Romish customs the Rev George A Lotion D D writes that Easter is the transmutation of a heathen festival into a socalled Christian festival to correspond with the time of the Jewish passover and the crucifixion of Christ In another place Dr Lofton says The devil Is deeply concerned to make some popular change in the work of Christianity and tho world throws up its hat wherever the change Is made and wherever found St Patricks day Uood Friday Eas ter any day over Sunday anything but the simple Gospel and even our Govonnent contrary to tho spirit of religious liberty is perpetually seek ing to canonize these ritualistic anti idolatrous days which have ever boon the symbols and synonyms of anti republicanism Why then will Protestants anti oven some Baptists run after and wonder at the Beast Why imitate Rome to our children when we know that imitation how ever mild in form is only the step ping stone to time domination of the Papacy in this and every country In another place Dr Lofton says Very well you will find that the devil will whip you with his own weapons every time Monkeying with tomes edged weapons only gets our fingers emit and aping after her fashions however slightly only lose ui our distinctive peculiarity- In an editorial time Western Re corder quotes from Chicago anti other exchanges to show that tho Baptists in some cities have boon holding Lenten services Then the editor sighs There Is nothing that reveals the power of Rome like time successful encroachments of Cath olicism upon other religious bodies And an unimpeachable evidence of n decaying Protestantism is the alac city with wliich it apes time rites and ceremonies of Papal traditions Strange that a Baptist should acknowledge Hi- AMERICAS PAPAL DELEGATE A cablegram from Rome says Monstgnor Ifalconlo Apostolic Dele gate to America wilt arrive durlnir the first week of June He will bring with him an elaborate report of the condition of the church in tho United States For some time various thatyrecalled Tn September he will tune t been Delegate seven years wfilch is lcngtlcofI whatever have V Qcn taken to Rive Monsignor 1 Iconlo a successor It is f more Jikel than not thai hue will raturn to Washington for mo lie time i iloi LABOR And Its Might to Organize to Maintain a Living Wage Wyomings Catholic Prelate Made Able Argument For Toilers 4- ti Bade Union Men Beware of Deniogogues Who Mislead Them DANGERS OF ORGANIZATION The Hight Itev James J Keane Bishop of Cheyenne Wyo delivered a series of lectures at Buffalo last week under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus and in each of those lectures he expounded the teachings of the Catholic church and told of the attitude of the church regarding secular affairs Either before or during each lecture he was nuked questions which he answered ably and in an instructive manner On Tuesday night he was prodded on the labor question Bishop Keaue replied Someone asks me if I believe in labor unions The power of a mans strength anti agility tare his patrimony They nre the capital with wnich he begins life Trey are his ns belonging to his personality mid he has a right to them and to their product and in this ago of organization the workingman taught by those wiser in matters Of economy has associated with his lot low men for the protection of his Interests lie has a commodity that is marketable and he has a perfect right to do wheat he can to maintain n price which will secure to him n living wage That means not mere siilistinenie but some ease and com fort lie has n right to a wage which will enable him if he is ccomical and familyHe protection of his interests and to secure that wage necessary and just Such an or ganization is good in law and good economy and I make no hesitation in encouraging the laboring man to do what he can in justice to main tain that which will secure to him these tights All large organizations have their inconveniences and their dangers The honest workingman will guard against the dangers find try to p inconveniences ithinorganizations should be so reg nlnted that they may not discourage excellence by denying exceptional proficiency adequate compensation No human philosophy and no creation of forces will ever he able to make all men equal They are not no naturally and you can not secure equalityThere danger labor helptheright It is Christian But it is dif ficult to do that without encouraging indolence and the man who wont world should starve The man who is entitled to a just wage Iis the man who will give a just labor and labor is scarcely what it ought to be unless the laborer have nn interest in the employersThere it is that of being influenced to look at question d running wrong In that matter In this country I feel that there line been too much indiscriminate de IthasNowItherelscountryforvery ninny of tho meta who succeed were men wligttheyoftlmorncapital it is not difficult for further development and growth they were enabled to open up new treasures woSkingnmenhere applaudtoobyIndiserimitmatonunciation widens the breach already ouriuappylwnassembInges side of a question which ought to bo studied in its integrity and entirety ItionI proMbltlon applauseto commit yourself to dcmagogerv either ns a Republican or a Demo crat PUPILS PLEASED ProficiencyIn History Time pupils attending St Patrick ltheBevbatherteachers and parents are justly iiuuuot them The study ofarish uuUory was tacn up only n short time ago nlldut the earnest solicitation of the theAncienti7atherCronlnhlltucltime members of the County hoard Q to visit his school As many as could conveniently do so wee present Upy and girls were questioned on Irish c giogra Nay and Irish hhl ryan all gave prompt and correct answers pteacecty Parttdir I e i KENTUOKY XRtSH AJIERXCA1 T KENTUCKY IRISH fMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememen of Irish Americans ad Cathorca Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the LouUvllle PoitoHlce a SeeoodCUs fUttef Address all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St TRADES COUNCIL x LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 10 1909 j An MUiros AXNOS On Thurstlny of last week the Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo entered upon Its thirtyeighth year and according to its editor the paper has never faced a brighter happier outlook It Is not only a good paper but the diocesan journal and Its chief patron Isthe Right Rev Bishop Colton May It live and flourish Is the wish bf Its Catholic contemporaries JKPPEIISONS niKTHDAY Tuesday will be the anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson who Wrote tho Declaration of Independence who afterward became Presi dent of the United States and who founded the Democratic party The American people owe much to Thomas Jefferson It was his wisdom and manhood that made the American Government possible that opened to the world a haven of rest from tyranny and persecution The GermanAmerican the IrishAmeri can the French and ItalianAmeri cans all owe a debt of gratitude to Thomas Jefferson Muy his memory be kept green in our souls SCHOOL IIOAHI JOKERS Taking Louisvilles School Board out of politics seems to be as big a Joke as that neverIs but alwaystobe water filter Just now the Trustees are wrangling about expenses and are apparently robbing Peter to pay Paul cutting the salaries from janitors and principals to pay an exorbitant price for a business agent and a superintendent A superintendent at 5000 a year is rather an expensive luxury and yet time was when Louisville schools did just as good work without one The business agent Is an utterly unnecessary innovation If Louisville had to have a superintendent he could certainly do the work that Is supposed to be required of the business agent Still we have the super intendent at 5000 and the business agent at 3000 and that is not all tho new business agent wants a l50Q anionnQbite What do you know about that Does not Superintendent Marks wont one Why not buy half a hozen to take the IJIfeh School girls home in the evening and bring them back in the morning Should not fourteen automobiles be purcahsed to convey the Trustees to and from board and committee meet Inga The actions of the board are not c at all conducive to good service on the part of the principals teachers and janitors and certain it is not I having a beneficial effect on the discipline to be maintained among tho children WilY NOT THY ITr Kentucky has Its State Press As isoclatlon and District Press Associa tions and all are doing good work in- o their respective fields These organi zations servo to make the editors and writers in various parts of the State better acquainted and they help not a little in getting better and cheaper paper higher advertising rates etc But while the getting of money is very necessary It Is not the only thing the editor needs Ho must have companionship and Interchange of thought Now why not organize a society of Catholic editors and writers in Kentucky We have them t galore Our own Bishop William George McCloskey Is ono of them and his Catholic History pf Louisville will be his lasting monument after he is dead Certainly we can claim Bishop Lancaster Spalding recently resigned as head of the dloceso of Peoria We have Dominicans Fran ciscans Passlonlsts and secular clergy in the diocese who have attained fame by their writings Who has done tore to preserve and to spread abroad the Catholic history of Ken tuck than the Rev Father Louis G Deppon editor of the Record Fathers George M Connor Louis II Spaldlng and Richard Davis are among tho latest contributors among lt1 the clergy i nut there are many lay wrJt r1lllke lion E J McDermott Elvira Sydnor Wilier Thomas Walsh John M C6onoy firs Katie Dorian mid others who would be benefited by contact with other bright Catholic frilnds Why IIQtgt alt these bright peoplo tpfftthtof sometime during the stun mjr ard form fin Organization not for the money there Is in It but for the interchange of thought How ttteo idea slrjk you fellow writera2a Q IlY TRAIdt ri I dent of the Louisville Board o Waterworks from December 31 to April 3 to make his report on last years business how long will it take to complete the filter plant It is a oxIpensesI proportions Mr Zorn says that all departments are working in harmony but that the water rates can not be lowered now He gives no hint as to when they can be lowered Under the Democratic regime a consumer whose water bill amounted to 5 golea rebate of 1 for prompt payment In other words ho paid 4 Under the present regime the 5 man pays 475 Yet Mr Zorn says things are working smoothly and Mr Zorn is a business man Anent the filter plant Mr Zorn says As to the filter plant I beg leave to report that we had expected same to be ready for operation prior to this time but owing to the fact that said work was delayed by contractors the date of operation has been postponed however it is rapidlyI approaching completion and will be in operation in the near future During the past year while It is true the Water Company has not been paying any div idends to the city yet it must be borne In mind that it Is furnishing tho city free water which If charged according to the tariff rate would amount to about 100000 Why should not the city get free water Mr Zorn is evidently Imbued with the idea that the people like to be humbugged CAUDLVALS TO ORDER The Milwaukee Citizen said ed itorially under date of April 3 Now Is the time of all times for American Catholics to press lot course in a decorous manner the claims of this country for a more adequate representation in the College of Cardinals Thero never within thirty years were so many vacancies to fillseventeen or nearly a third of the College of Cardinal America just raised lout year from the status of a missionary country to ii coordinate place in the Church family counts now some twentyfour millions of Catholics under her flag She is linnrcHNlng tho world with her importnncc religiously financially and politically It is our duty to use this opportunity instantly and vig orously Poor Desmond How have all the Popes from St Peter to Pius X gotten along without his advice A special from London says that Gen Sir OMoore Creagh has been appointed CommanderinChief jn India to succeed Gen Lord Kitchener when the latter retires In August OMoore Creagh Is certainly an Irish name but what kind of an Irishman Is he AS OTIIKRS SEE US fioorjwj T Angell who died recently after having passed his eightieth year was not a Catholic but he was a friend of men and beasts For years he edited Our Dumb Animals reputationAfterHoly Name Society of Boston 40000 strong last November he wrote And as we looked down on this great procession two thoughts came to us First that saying nothing of theological opinions there can be no doubt that Innumerable millions of the human races have on the whole hoppleIbecalJfctrillions of the Catholic Church and xecond that tlie American Catholic property theirbloodythese forty thousand men would Nnpolepndid iURITYOF TIIH IJIKSS The Kentucky Irish American Is In receipt of the annual report of the Friends Press Association whose headquarters are In Baltimore For sixteen years the Friends Press As sociation has encouraged editors of maintaining papers and the members of the Association assert that they are gratified with the courtesy that has met their efforts Tho Chairman of the organi zation Lucy Tyson Fitz Hugh writesWe growhagof the greatest factors In bringing about this desirable change In our now century will be the press which wields great POWer In the home and State The Friends Reese Association KentuckyIrl8h timesforpre4e 0 0 4rEWRGAN s u o Mrp Katie SheHejt Newman has aseuttjed charge of the organ at St INlchaela fire p he r to Hfso- y s SOGIETY Austin Lynch has returned from Frankfort Miss Delia Sullivan is Visiting friends at Columbia Ky Miss Mary McCabe of Crescent lull Is visiting friends in Buffalo Mrs Peter Murphy of South Louisville is visiting In San Antonio Texas Col Thomas Urennan has returned from Florida much improved In health Mss Bertha Mahoney was the offLyndonMiss Mary Ilennessy of Xew Al bony has returned from a visit to St Matthews Miss Margaret Kverin of South Louisville Is visiting friends In the Ultiegrass region Mrs Charles McOulre and daughter Miss l thel will spend the spring and sunnier at leech nonL Mrs Charles Fitzgerald and daugh ter of Jeffersonvllle are enjoying a visit to friends in Chicago M A Wathen who had been in New York for the past six weeks returned home on Thursday Thomas Scally the bandmaster and former State Labor Inspector has recovered from a weeks attack of the gripW II Mahoney formerly of this city has returned to Moline Ill after visiting his parents at Highland Park Mr and Mrs John Hiibbneh are rejoicing over the arrivalI of a new boy at their home 2105 West Market streetMiss Louise Shelley who has been attending a music school in the East will not return home for the Easter holidays Mrs Thomas 1 Hayes and laugh ter Elizabeth of Hatticsburg Miss are tho guests of Mrs 11 illlam Wnite of PortlandMr Miss Miehacl Gorman of Paris Tonn were guests of Mr and Mrs John Gorman of South Louis ville last week Mrs Walter Leachman has re turned to Springfield Ky after a visit to her sister Mrs Mary Wiosen of Crescent IIIIhJohn Hoffernnn of Mholnyville has retiirnoif home after attending the funeral of his nephew William M1 Whin ot Now Albany Mrs John F Oetken of New Al1 bany who has been suffering from till grip Is recovering and her friends hope to see her out next week Pot Finegan who has been in Stt Louis and the Wcst for two years past hits returned to his old Ken tucky home and expects to stay Mss Studio Bowling who came to Louisville to attend the deathbed and funeral of her aunt Mrs Frank Me GUI returned to New Haven on Sun liarrr InspectorPatrickthe arrival of a new and pretfy baby aSadnetreetThomas T Winn of Steubenvllle UbanytoWilliam Mc Wlnn returned home Wednesday evening Attorney Patrick Savage of 2721 West Chestnut street submitted to n serious surgical operation at St To lIe hs Infirmary this week but his speedy recovery is hoped for Miss Nell Hcaney who has been time guest of Mrs Frank McOratli for StLuttisfriends Hiring her visit to Louisville RobertaTuckeratMarynmountson are spending the Easter holiday NewYorkMrs Lawrence Hetctiert who sub mitted to a serious surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary ten days ago is still quite ill and n seeonJ lionfamilyspeedy and permanent recovery The stork brought prizes to the following families dUring free present yeek Mr and Mrs Thomas FlaiiiveI 714 Zano street Mr and Mrs J M1 Ford Jiiil Story avenue and Mr and Mrs John Olynn J2J8 Payne street The first named couple drew a girl and the latter each got a boy VETERAN HIBKKNIAN DEAD Louis rerranda ono of the most esteemed Hibernians in Louisville died at his residence 1009 Bank street Monday night and his funeral took place from St Patricks church Thursday afternoon Ito was forty seven years of age and Is survived by a wife and four children Mr Per randa was a veteran member of Di liecordmgSecretaryterms He fall also a member of Russell Council Knights and Ladle of Security I KKiHTYSIXTIl IJIUTHDAY Bornhardt II HInkebeiri one of New Albanys oldest and most highly esteemed residents celebrated the olghtysljcth anniversary of his birth at his honeonEaat Market street last Sunday Ho was a native of NewAlbanylphlmCelebrate HJnbbelnandMelZlmmerniaa ufa Mltaes Mary and Frances Hlhksb a Mr Hlnkebein a oe BACK TO TOWN Mackins Choral Club Is Ready When Date Is Fixed Macklns Choral Club Is making great progress in its rehearsals of Back to Town tae principals in the cast arc letter perfect in their respective parts and the work of the chorus improves at each rehearsal Manager Thomas D Clines is now prepared to report that the club is in readiness to put on the opera at the earliest date for which a theater can be secured The members of the council who have witnessed the re hearsals arc so pleased with the work that it is a foregone conclusion that three performances at least will be given The 4nuslc of the opera like the other productions of Aulyn Kanston Is sparkling and catchy Mr Inn ston will essay one of the lending male roles In addition to directing the work of the cast chorus and or chestra Miss Stella Cuscaden one of the best known Louisville girls in semiprofessional theatricals will be welcomed back to the stage as the prima donna of the club Thomas D lines Miss Leota Whitton Blcrach and others who made such hits in The Dreamers and A Mile From Town have good parts In the new opera ANNUAL RECEPTION Columbian Athletic Club Will Entertain Members and Ladles The Columbian Athletic Club wiiich is composed of the bust known young GermanAmerican Catholics of that part of the city known as Jcrmantown will give its annual re ladyfriendsThis society has been In existence for several years and at stated times entertains its members and their friends with stag socials but after Easter teach year the ladles are invited to partake of the clubs hospitality and this year the event promises to be more enjoyable than ever SEEK TO END FACTIONS Matthew Cummings National Pres ident of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians and the I5ev Father P II ODonnell State Chaplain of the or don in Massachusetts sailed for Ire land last Saturday Tlie night betore they were banqueted by tho lIilie r nians of Sew York City President Cniinnings and Father ODonnell have gone abroad in an effort to bring wnrringfactionsland and Scotland and to get nil to join with time Hibernians of America What effect their mission will have remains to lie seen- POSTLENTEN DANCES Trinity Council has arranged to given postLenten series of dances and the dates fixed are Easter Monday night and Wednesday April 28 and May 12 Each of these enjoyable affairs will be held in tho handsome new club house at Baxter avenue and Morton The following members are In charge of the arrangements Jo seph Bell Frank Brigman V K Ecker Raymond Eyl F T Haffner Jr VL Happel B A Morthorst Thomas A Murphy J J Ritmau P J Sandman and F F Vallnotl DAUGHTER OP ITALY Mrs Anita IJagglo one of time old est of time old italian families in Louisville died at her residence 1027 morningShomind wnsth mother of Capt William Itaggio chief operator in the tire tower Mrs Kngglo was turn in Italy eightytwo years ago hut had spent nearly three score years In Louisville The funeral arrangement were not completed when the Ken tucky Irish American went to press CASHIER THIEUAN HONORED Henry Thleman Cashier of the Southern National Bank and one of the most popular men onMaln street has been chosen to fill the office of Treasurer of the Home and Savings Fund and Building Association The office was held for many years by the late E C Bohne Mr Thlemans election as Treasurer carries with It position on the Board of Directors and his new honors will not conflict with his duties in the bank CAPT KANE HOME Capt Dan Kane the well known river pilot returned home Tuesday night after a trip of thirtytwo days He took a heavy tow of coal to New Orleans and declares that his trip was uneventful but successful After his long absence Capt Dan Kane expects to remain home long enough to renew his acquaintance with his font fly before starting on another trip to the Mississippi Delta i FIRST IN THE FIELD St Vincents Orphan Asylum will celebrate the seventyfifth anniversary of its founding this month There are fourteen orphan asylums In Louisville and of many denominations butt St Vincents Is the oldest of them nil showing that the Cath olics were time first people In Louis vale to evince a care for the father less and motherless little ones PRIEST Afi HISTORIAN At the request of the Right Rev Thomas S Byrne Bishop of Nash ville the Rev Father J K LarkIn Chaplain of the Old Soldiers Homo at Catl10llchistoryhas called on all the priests and lay men In the diocese to render Father Larkin all the lid and data possible HAPPY JOURNALIST ii popularbusinessCounty jjder Is one of life proudest me B Lebanon The occasion for fQJfmt is the arrival of a tine bcftr I Both mother and childr r KNIGHTS OP C LU IIBus- Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where- At Hartford Conn the Knights have decided to increase the original appropriation for a new home Louisville Council has arranged to confer the degrees on a large class in SundnyMayThe council at Wapakoneta Ohio oiiuuuyApriltwo years old and has 117 members I Newport Council has arranged a series of postLenten entertainmentsI nnd the members of the councils in I welIIol11e and Canada are preparing to take a prominent part in celebrating tho tercentary of the discovery of Lake Champlnin on July oJ Joseph M Bryne of Newark N J has been appointed a member of the Catholic Lniversity Fund Committee to succeed Festus J Wade of St Louis recently resigned ChristopherColummbns WlIshlnitonD copltalHtfnmllyonsons FOHMBR ItKSIDRXT KXIMRKS Thomas L Itndd a former resident of Louisville and a member of one of Kentuckys oldest families died at St Edwards Hospital New Al bany on Tuesday morning and Ills funeral took place from the Cathe dral of the Assumption on Wednes day morning The deceased was sixtytwo years old and had lived In Arkansas for mommy years The de ceased was a brother of John Itudd of this elty- FiiED SHOTS AT IJtIKST A telegram from Belglque Mo tells of an attempt made last Satur day to assassinate the Rev Father Denner pastor of the Catholic church there The wouldbe assassin fired two shots through the windows of the priests study but fortunately the priest escaped Injury A reward of 200 has been offered for the arrest and conviction of the culprit BLUEGRASS WEDDING Miss Willie Warner Stewart and Joseph IL Roister will be united hi matrimony at St Pauls church Lex ington at 9 oclock on the morning of Wednesday April 28 The brlde tobo is the charming daughter of Mrs Mary C Stewart of Lexington and the fortunate young man Is one of Cynthianas popular young mel chants They will make their hone in Cynthlana FKLLOWSHII CIAW KLKCTS Tho Chicago Irish Fellowship Club held Its annual election of officers last Saturday afternoon Every officer was elected by acclamation The new roster of officers is as follows Michael J Flaherty President Francis Harper Vice President Will lam P J Halley Secretary Michael F Sullivan Treasurer These gentlemen will serve for an entire year MADK SPLKNDII SHOWING Branch G C Ie of A went In a body to holy communion at St Martins church at the 7 oclock mass last Sunday morning The members were out In full forco and were es corted by tho two Uniform Rank companies as a guard of honor Tho sight was an edifying ono to other members of the congregation JUDGK SHINE A CANDIDATE lion M T Shine of Covlngton Is a candidate for County Tudge of Kenton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary on May 20 Judge Shine has held the same office before with great credit and is quite popular For years he has been prominent in Hibernian and Catholic Knights of America circles SIXTH ANNIVERSARY Tomorrow will be the anniversary of the late and lamented Monsignor Boucliet for many years the Vicar General and one of the most beloved priests in the diocese of Louisville Ho died on Easter Sunday morning six years ago while kneeling at his bedside in prayer All good Catholics will remember him in their prayers tomorrow TILE SURPRISE CLUB The Surprise Club au organization of well known West Knd ladles will be entertained by Mrs John T Wat erman of 2531 Griffiths avenue Thursday afternoon Her reputation as a hostess Is well known and as the club held no sessions during Lent doublylargeShrJWFDANCE- A select dance will be given at Trinity Council Hall Baxter avenue nnd Morton on the night of Monday April 19 Dancing will be In order from 8 until 1 oclock and Collins orchestra will furnish the music Frank Smith and D J Collins are the committee in charge of arrange ments ATTACK OP PARALYSIS B J Laughlin a venerable and popular citizen of Lexington striken with paralysis last week wasI on account of his advanced age seventyone years his friends were apprehensive over his condition He Is the fatherinlaw of C B of Frankfort CaUlnsI COVINGTON LAWYER RECOVERS UaplonofCovJt1gtoDlIubmJtt tioB OK hhv right leg on Thursday ot last week At Iaunthewajrapidly recoverlngand will BOOH OJI able to Attend to his legal dutlw Ii ij Ttw Utt PartalM novelty to the n A At 1- triea A she Peoplmplay playEle EleAt Ar We are going to shim States including time 1500 Electric Clock tht products of the great Indi time cities of Louisville Ne ducts of our own retail std advantages of Louisville the sights you can see here Two Concerts Daily b 12 DAYS ANN N NNN NN NN I CUNNING N W Cor Third ii The only Exclusive Cle who achieve things w iMenI shall conform to ting fashion Our clothe i IFROMIThe Newest iT J CUNNING LOUIS LEWIS M M N HN NNI N NIL NON NHNN NNON N N iis zJL= Y HOUSE + LEANIN AND A ILEAHOIf Magic Renew Gloss z S for the Furniture Pianos Itnrihvcxxl Car z rlagcs etc No soap or water requited z Cleans and polishes al same time Utlet t instantly Not Rummy or sticky Trail t parent Suited to any color wood PRICES 25c 50c and 100 Per Botll s z Samples free on application or ma 3timid towns Ask your dealer or wr I Superior filter andJ 1OOO 10VE11I3E1 WALTFRCANDIi COUNTSubject to the Action of the Den 1909 NOVEMB Robert B- MAGI CANDIJ FlFru AIAQIST Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards NT7tC1ULEVS Monday Tuesday and Wed Night and Wednesday Matinee Otis Marian in THE BROKEN IDOL huriday Friday an Saturday Nigh and Saturday Matinee tWolf Hopper in THE PIED PIEPER 1lOc HOPKINS 101 Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainmen Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday LT 21- IJNEM FIRST RU Casino Tf- PiIiiCBSS Columbia reamlai We cat intlChiiiTbbma I relght E 13rdd t iterinn- pas w- erlaodl I KIONT 7SCiY IRISH AMERICAN DEATHWithout Insurance Is Terrible TAKE A POLICY IN TIlE Catholic Knights and Ladies of America REPRESENTED IN TWENTY STATES Cheapest Insuran Obfainable Death Claims Paid in Thirty Days EXAMINE THESE RATES Age Quarter Half Full Age Quarter Half Full 500 1000 2000 500 1000 2000 18 040 080 160 3560 120 240i4 19 41 81 162 36 61 122 225 20 41 82 164 3763 125 0 21 42 84 168 3861 127 254 22 44 87 174 3965 130 260 23 45 89 178 40 66 132 264 2446 91 I182 4167 134 268 2547 93 186 42 69 137 274 2648 96 192 43o 140 280 2750 100 200 4471 142 284 28 51 102 2M 45 72 144 29 53 lOS 210 46 78 156 3054 108 21647 84 168 3155 110 220 48 00 180 32 57 113 226 4900 192 3358 115 230 50 103 204 3459 118 236 Recording Secretaries and Their Addresses Mary E Sheridan 2022 Lytle street Thomas J MOran lS34 Lytle Josle Monahan 1609 West Madison Margaret OConnor 3425 Fourth Theresa Kiley 531 South Fifth Isabella Scanlan 525S Twentyseventh- Miss A C Hughes 1033 Brook Miss M Roth 931 Marshall Ella Flaherty 2329 Rowan Dr P S Ganz 1942 Sixth Maggie L Wallace 821 Franklin Michael Lyons 2414 High August Haury 1788 Wilson William J Woodsmall 2309 Frankfort Martin Stocker 913 Barrett avenue Jacob F Miller 2916 West Stratton Alice Morris 1708 Magazine FOR APPLICATIONS OR OTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE ABOVE OR ANY MEMBER THE BIG STORES Easter Clothes for Men and Young Men In Large Assortments and Styles 750 1000 1200 1500 2000 2500 Easter iyles for Boys and Children Boys Knsckerbocker Suits Childrens Novelty Suits 250 to 1000 a 200 to 500Market THE BIG STORE nSCMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 44 + NNM NNNONi04N NNeAie0 N llfrMONUMENTS 1 order to make room for the en = I IIn of our workshop we offer =ia extensive STOCK OF FIRSTi 2ingly21 MULDOON MONUMENT 1 CO p 318320 WEST GREEN STREET Jji NO ANIONNONON 44 AN N00001N ir ON A A IOAAAAA ANINONNO A ANANANNOO- ANOMUSIC IN THE HOME- s at all times essential and there is no time when it is ape predated more than In the summer A- FARRAJSTDCECIDIAN 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 n roll of music had 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 ForrandC- ecillanWONTENEGRORIEniYLMUSIC COc t jincorporated 1 cslrtbdr30 FOURTH AVENUE 3AF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC And its good Coffee tooone of MUL LOYS most popular grades Get in on this good thing Phone a trial order 45cexcellent MULLOYe COFFEE ROSTER I Horne Phone 1313 2913 W 1MJVTKICT STRWKT XSQ UNION ICE CREAM CO 1 IanaxfEaotsxrora oY Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets I 627633 EIGHTH STQEETiI y We hayeour own Dairy and ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en I competltursPhone1909 November Election 1909 Sqiie John M Adams j CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor i Subject to Action of Democratic Party I I lMACK1N COUNCIL Discussion of Holy Week and Church Rites Proved Interesting President Louis J Kieffer presided over a well attended meeting of Mavkln Council Monday night and as it was Holy Week the principal feat tiro of the evening was n discussion bv members of the rites and cere iiionlcs of the church during this holy eason David Hummel and henry Kverslage who have been 111 were reported improving President Klef fer stated that hereafter Mnckln Council would meet on Tuesday nights Instead of Monday nights Robert OsLorne Chairman of the Mnckln Social Club announced that the club would give its first post Lenten dance at the club house on Wednesday night The club was authorized to arrange for n moon light excursion on the river Patrick T Sullivan Austin Walsh Thomas Bachman Sherley Cuniff Dr Leo Kearns and Camden Jt Me Atee discussed the ceremonies of the purely during Holy Week and the remarks of each speaker were htnrd with marked attention Hen 1 Sand Charles S itaidyand John Linn were appointed on a com mittee to confer with E W Dustin Manager of Fontaine Ferry Park with a view toward arranging for a days outing during the summer SUPPORT PEITI- CatcherShould Be Encour aged InManagerialRole Time American Association baseball season will open In this city next Wednesday when the Colonels will cross bats with Uymers Columbus team and the battle for tile pennant flat of 1000 will be on in earnest with the prospect In view of many a hard fought and Interesting game for the lovers of Americas great national pastime It is an undisputed fact that baseball as an entertainingand healthy sport Is In a class by itself and from a business standpoint a good ball team can do more to adver tise a town than all other mediums put together From a local standpoint the Louis ville team is composed of materml that can win the pennant with the loyal support of the public which should be accorded them even if the team gets a bad start Heine Plot has been a hard worker and con scientious player for the Louisville team and every loyal fan should ac cord him and his team mates hearty support from the start and above all dont knock but boost all the time lager Tlresnahaii and his St Louis Cardinals will play here todayand tomorrowPREMONITION Of Death Was Certain For Devout New Jersey Woman So certain was Mrs Barbera Fushke of 48 East Twentyseventh street Bayonne N J that her premonition that she would die be fore the first services could be held JosephsRomanand Twentyfifth street that she went to the church Saturday after prayerShe carehowT01111Shef healthhutwith heart trouble and died She was sixty n widow and atntniber JosephschurchtinIesteablessed preIoullOnIUlitranghorI Joan MARTINS DEATH DivisIon 1220 Churchill street on Monday placefroml Wednesday morning The deceased hindbeenweelsIresteembyMr Martin was a native pf Dun more County Galway but canto to Louisville when ho was sixteen years lieill1 MtnnMissesof Louisville and two brothers Patrick Martin of Dunmore County Gal otTouls1I1eBRANCH 2Vn MEETING Branch 25 Catholic Knights of businessbusinessJohns school hall with Vice Presi dent Dc Leull presiding Many or the old members who had been Jong absent were present and were warmly welcomed Financial Secro tary E J Mann who had been serl heartilycongratulatedwhen certificate was presented to one now member It Was announced that dur ing the last month tho order had gained 520 members in the United States y AMERICAS HALING EVENT Announcement is made that the Kentucky Derby will be run at his Monclayfaythe best field of horses seen here for many a year will meet In this classic event Itaclng in this section has ai been conducted on a high piano n clean and able management with have the confidencei of the WIWIs at all times and just for such It the popularity of the lion Derby never wanes and re one of Americas greatest rae ing events tiNiTis PASSION riiAv CJtilty Council Xr3r I will rive a n on SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 73- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr UyanRecording Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatArms Andrew Curran Sentinel Louis Boller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Forcl Vice PresldntD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecretary JnoT Kcaney 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 SuIJlvanViceRecording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Hesslon DoughertySentinelThomas Sergeant at Arnts Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand HennessyViceLynchFinancial Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wlnn UradySentinel SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Kobert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Iledmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y 11 I MACK1N COUNCIL 805 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos DCllnes Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWilliamP Financial SeqretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An drlott tt11f 110EII S a1bJf1G11- No SeenStI J KoaegNerveToutenetTousness the zaedlclnti had a rematvabla effect she has completely recovered aid no symptoms hue tines been seen Finding it alwayskeepI I Columbia 8 C February 4th 1908 LT procured a bottle of Paster Koenlgs None I remainIdance and had to keep him from 5Chool Thie did him more good than any medlcln he had I egoheNone Tonlo to many friends and all derived benefit root it I cannot say enough In Its praise and beside God thank so beneficial a medicineI UM DAS MAHKB HOt nichland S- tF Valuable Book on Nor F REEA Diseases and a Bam pie to any address Poor pa tients also get the medicine free Prepared by the REv FATHIR KOEXIO ot Fort Wayne Ind since 1876 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Streetyour by DrugeliU tSI per Bottle 6 for 95 Lug 5U 176 16 Battles for iii moving picture show representing the Passion Play at St Josephs Hall New Albany from 4 until 6 oclock tomorrow afternoon and at 730 oclock tomorrow night The pro seeds will be given to St MaVys church MACAUL13YS Otis Hurlnn n popillar comedian will come to Mucauleys Theater the first half of next week in A Broken Idol a new and clever musical com edy De Wolf Hopper in the Pled Piper will be the offering for tho last half of the week MOVING PICTURKS Time management of the Princess Amusement Compaiiy announces newer and more lively films for the ensuing week nt the Casino Princess and Columbia Theaters Now that the Lenten season is ended the at tendance promises to be better than over HOPKINS THEATER The motion pictures at Hopkins Theater did a good business during the week Just closing and now that the solemnities of Lent are about over better crowds aro expectd next week New films on attractive sub jects and the illustrated songs will pro vb ns popular as over MASONIC THEATER A revival of William Morrisons Faust will be the attraction at Masonic Theater nil of next week with the usual matinees on Monday Si4turdayMls9Rosabel man who became famous as Mephisto in Faust is sponsor for the present elaborate production PUPILS EUCHRE The pupils of Miss Wallace will give the second of their enjoyable euchres at Nadorffs IJailElghteenth and Kentucky streets next Thursday evening Handsome hand painted china trophies will be awarded the fctors I MIDLAND QUARTERLY New Literary Venture Is Pull of Good Thirties to Read The second number of the Midland Quarterly and Review published at appoardnceLicewith good solid literature and It is journalismElvira tuckys sweetest singers offers n beautiful Easter song and the Itev Father Ixuiis II Spalding of Knotts rllle presents an instructive and en tertaining article on miracles Hamlet was written in 1602 and William Shakespeare its author died In 1616 practically three centuries ago The play is supposed to have been founded on fact and the real Hamlet or Hamblett was dead Jong enough to be almost forgotten when Shakespeares sun appeared on tho horizon Americans like to see Ham let when it is well performed but in these few stop to 1VasHamletargue mad Now Father llichard Davis Chaplain at Nazareth not only takes the time to proventhatand he coats his arguments with such capsules that you cry for more Another article in the Midland Quarterly that ought to attract at goodEnglishnor of Owensboro Grand Chaplain of jurlsdltlonTheand John M Cooney a former resident of Jjouisvllle now President of Columbia College are editors and managers of the Midland Quarterly and IJcvIew HOSPITAL ANNEX Lexingtons Lasting Monu ment to Loyalty of Cath olic Men The annex to St Josephs Hospital at Lexington Ky has been com pleted It is a handsome threestory structure and is a combination of the Grecian and Roman styles of architecture The annex will cost 100000 and will bo n lasting memorial to the YoungMensgenerously took updn themselves the payingforThe active committee that had charge of the erection of the build ing was composed of Chairman J C PitzgerltldSecretar1 John McElroy C J Reagan J B ESlavinresident citizens of Lexington tlcitSisterswithSisterMother Superior She has been in tonforthlrti that was one of the best known nuns StsMarycity fFFrt IXLYtSITS To Y M1 Councils Will Be Made by Deputy Su preme President Deputy Supreme President Albert1F Martin of the V M L has ac IhilSheridannight of April 10 A committee from the council will meet eputyt Martin timehullBellevue Council is on the boom neputr loulslieGeorgeCouncil JXTO HTKllXAJj BEST James Langan the oldest carriage driver servicethePoorThursday morning Mr Langan was Ireland lIetlroetaking firms In Louisville and his acquaintance was very extensive After his death the remains were re moved to Daugherty ti iMc motrs andMarketplaceyesterdayricks church A great number of olU- frlenctK accompanied the body 01 deceased to its last resting place i FIRE FJGIITJJKS LUCKY Major Tllmore Tyson and his aide escapefrgnicollided with a street car at Third nightMajorpublic servants and In their haste al Residentscongratulatingboth their miraculous escape- ENGiNEEIUNG COLLEGE Plans have been completed for the new Marquette University 200000 college of engineering at Milwaukee upon which work Is expected to be fivestoryGothic130 feet on Grand avenue and 213 feet on the east side of Thirteenth street gives in brief time outline of this great structure which will be larger evon than the beautiful John stoa Hall in which the college of arts and sciences of the university Is located AVORJC IS FINISHED From Rome comes word that Mon signor Aversa the Papal Delegate to Porto Rico will return to Rome dun ing the summer his present mission having been brought to a successful conclusion It is probable that he will be appointed to represent the Vatican at srnnlchior Vienna I I For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best 0 r JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky GEHER 6c SON 215 MARKET STREET 8RII THE cIUttnK TEn- NORTH StAR RffRlGfRAlOO The Only Insulation with Cork The QUICKI MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It in the estimation of the public NNNA NN NNAN N N 01N N iiHOME PHONE 5687 Main 2712a HENRY FTJOHS i I FLORIST i Plants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St f rg+ r m oar gtTre taa iA1 NNN NN AAN NNO ANANNANNNN NN NN WEWANTYODR WORK 1 t Were Prepared to Promptly in FirstClass Style i I e PRINTINGeo-r Cards Bill Heads LetterHeads h1rflCirculars Dodgers Etc Dance Wedding Invitations a Specialty PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA 319 WEST GREEN STREET FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET SECOND STREET J f SULLIVAN Manager ri FORADQiTAfTERt9 Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cute of Beef Spring thecit1LOUISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Pfr7 iri Ikl7JM WOLTRINOPrst Basnofl Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeEannonsPlea for team Ceadaits rlctFires Grate and Eoiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Laws Vases Vitrified Sidewalk OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBIBPHONB573 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet ptli and roth TELEPHONE 2833 rn Beth Phew 2899f- 3 WEST N features Range ranks high NNA CUMB Do Itj and and HOME 353 Erick DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hordes Called For aDelivered OFFICE AND FOflE 713715 SEVENTH STREET i o a 0 J pi1i 1 KENTUOKY IRISH AJMERICAN ti1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff Police Court Subject to the Aciim of the Democratic Party I 1909 N0VEMBER ELECTION 19U9 Adam SpahnCandidate For LEGISLATURE4- 6th Legislative District Composedof Second and Third Wards 1bJeot to Action of trio wziaorctio Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DA0HERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFi- fth District First Second a d Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRESS S RAYCANDIDATE FOR OOUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURQEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JU D GEJEFFERSON OITIOILJIT OOURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party f H H + t tH H + D J DOUGHERTY S JMCELL10TT e DOUGHERTY McELUOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answirid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET H It H t 9+ HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Jo J BA RETTS SONSi FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ate Ma1Jn StreetI i J E TRACY L H STRAUB iBOTH PHONES 363 L TRACY STRAUB I FUNERAL DIRECTORS i AND EMBALMERS i CwrtSKlrtFa1ld on 1531 W MARKET STREET i lJ ++N W + ON 1 P NO ON+ J uran W Smiths SonI AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice T8X9 W JEFFERSON STREETm TELEPHONE 810 j THOMAS KEENAN o nFwHral Oirlctlrit 6aimarT- ELEPHO tp UI dlidjrigbtCrmyels1ah4 J22 W MARKET 8T fllve your boys SB education that will pre pare Ikea for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaveriau Brothers Clael Scientific and Business Coursu Preparatory tqulppedGlUllalum DlH d PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS Jeffersonyillkd y fur the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates vary reasti enable For further particulars apply tto EOINU1aItCYII IdsdaleIli tat HIBERNIANS i What They Have Been Oolrg the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 will meet in regular ses sion Monday night The usual chapter of Irish history was read at the lasj meeting of Divis ion 1 T The Ladies Auxiliary is making splendid progress in Increasing its membershipAt Maine the Ladles Auxiliary initiated a class of forty five last month Michael Collins a member of Divis ion J is much improved after a severe spell of the grip Division 1 of Norwich N Y has In creased Its membership one third since the first of the year The Ladles Auxiliary had forty ap plications during the first quarter and starts off the second with seven The Ladles Auxiliary held a very successful meeting Wednesday night and seven applications were tire sented There are six divisions of the La dies Auxiliary in Providence K 1 and all are striving to increase their membershipDivision will meet Friday night und Division 3 Thursday night For each division It will be the final meeting for April Of the five members on the nick list In the Ladles Auxiliary three were reported fully recovered at Wednes day nights meeting At the last meeting of Division 1 of Norwich N YII degree team frim Division 0of Utica conferred the de grees on a class of twentytwo candi dates rho Visiting Committee presented n report showing that Andrew 1001 mon John Holilen std John Shangh nessy were still on the sick and dis abled list The Literary Committee of Division 1 was complimented Tuesday night on their excellent report of the ar rangements made for the ball Tues tiny night prepayingr part of next month wad it is ex ported that a class of fiftytcilI re ceive the degrees Thomas Keenan Jr William J Connelly Joseph Lynch and n J Coleman have hcen appointed the President of the County Hoard to arrange for an Irish field day Vice President Mark Ryan presided over the meeting of Division 1 Tues tiny night It was strictly n business meeting and the acting President disposed of it rapidly nail properly Mrs Dan Dougherty anti Miss Fannie Kennedy have won their years dues in the Ladles Auxiliary by their work in bringing In new members during the first quarter and Miss Katie Xolan won a gold pen The County Board met at nor tram Hall Monday night and fixed Sunday April 25 as the date for a joint initiation of the four divisions The meeting will bo called to order at St Lonis Ilerh ands Hall at 2 o clock The division mid auxiliary at St Peter Minn will celebrate their first anniversary tomorrow night and have extended an Invitation to all in the State to be their guests leer Father Moran and State President Kenney will deliver addresses inquirleljthfor Division 1 and the Ladies Mix iliary wish it to be known that while the dance gill be very select it will not be what might be termed a dress suit affair They also wish to contradict charge of adnilssiouflie committees exorbitant coupleAladywill have to pay the same price as a couple In case a gentleman de sires to take more trims one lady he will pay fifty cents for each lady FOR ECONMY Stands President Taft and Gives His Orders- Accordingly John aiiiin OLaiighlin formerly Assistant Secretary of State in resident Itoosevelts Cabinet has re turned to tin field of journalism awl is now the Washington correspondent of the Chicago Tribuno He ileclurcs that resident Tuft will stand for time publicfundsKconomy of the strictest possible character hits been enjoined upon the different departments of the Govern ment by President tuft No ex ore to be made hereafter without the most careful scrutiny and with due regard to the Interests of the public service 1In the prcpara lion of estimates of future expenses Cabinet offlcerx nuist be guided bj the actual necessities of their services and not presents request for n cent goalongbe considered by time Secretary or tho Treasury Who will prepare a statement of anticipated revenues and will indicate to the Iresldeiit what particular items in hU opinion cnn be omitted without detriment to the satisfactory operation of the Government Finally ami the greatest and most important reform of a1l18 trio forma tion by the President of a conuiiltteu o of the Cabinet for the purpose of ex amining mill estimates TJtis eon mittee probably will consist of time Secretaryof the Ireasury Mr Mae Atel the Secretary of War Mr Dickinson an members AnOIIBISHOP IRELAND HOME Hale and hearty Archbishop land arrived in New York last Satur day after five montba spent In Italy Swltzeiland and France He was meal t at quarantine by a sinajl army of newspaper men He received them all pteaaantly but Vouchsafed little In formation eRYe that all Europe Was expecting the UjilUd States to dp Ue taxlltTUhenei health oliPowjjAa Lime made the following charB latlc reply Readl UW cables fro Bhe correspOndentI CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies Children a Specialty andI HOME PHONE 1077 Gilds fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a will and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS sT06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dentil Work Dose For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Hi 1tJ COUCHMAN Dentistt OFFICE42 FIFTH STREET of the American newspapers In Home as they settle all the affairs of the Vatican without assistance from anyone KKCMXT DKATHS Great sympathy has been expressed for Mr and Mrs Daniel Doyle whoso umlaut daughter Margaret tiled nt the family residence 020 West Main street early Monday morning The mineral took place on Tuesday Mrs Cecilia JleGuIre one of the oldest and best known members of St Louis Ilortrands pfirfsh tied nt the family residence 943 Dnmesnil street on Monday afternoon She was the mother of Thomas McGuire a well known landI X locomotive engineer The funeral took place rSflSt Louis llertrnnds church on Wedncb1y uurnhmg l lIllIe Monnieone of the best known men in 3r iatrieks parish died suddenly Sutnr uylght and his funeral took place fromIotticks church Tiiestiuy morning tel death the body reposed in Thomas Keenans undertaking parlors until time for the funeral Time deceased was fortytwo years old and was highly regarded by all who knew him The funeral of William II Driscoll who died at time home of his daugn ter Mrs A A Spanningcr 127 East Uurnett avenue on Friday afternoon of last week took place from St Philip Yens church Sunday afternoon and was attended by ninny old friends and acquaintances The deceased Avas born In Sew York seven tyfive years ago but had resided in Louisville for half a century Six children survive They are fed ward and Daniel Driscoll Mesdames L Darrett D C Collins A A Span ninger and Miss Mottle Driscoll Miss Annie U Lardner died at trip family residence 1370 South Eigh teenth street Monday morning Sac suffered from pneumonia and had been ill twelve days Her father John T Lardner two brothers Will lam and Clarence Lardner and seven sisters Misses Mary and Julia Lard ner Sister Mary Elizabeth of Richmond Vn Mrs J lt Gray Mrs C A Hunter Mrs M J lireen and Mrs WV O Lencliman survive her The funeral tools place from St Georges popuInrltyby the large attendance The funeral of John Travis the venerable sexton of St Cecilias church who died Friday night of last week took place on Sunday after noon His death Occurred at tile res idence of his daughter Mrs Henry MrtTravis was born In the County Kll kenny Ireland seventythree years1 Ago but had spent half a century iin1 Louisville For many years he was a resident of St Louis Bertrands parish and a member of Its confer 10I removeeto iSt Cecilia parish and transferred to that conference and iits members followed his remains to ta I grave from St Cecilia s church ob- Sunday afternoon ills sister MH Mary Collins two daughters Mrs Henry Cooper and Mrs Kdward GIbbs six grandchildren and one greatgrandchild survive him I COUNCILMAN HAOKETT 11KTTKU Councilman Edward J llackett of seriol1slyill hopeagain RETIRED ON TALE PAL- l Capt Michael Dolan a Veteran fireman and for several years Captain of Me No 5 Engine Company has been retired bah 1111115Q a peflDRnentJyil S eond Presbyterlan church flftee aaq i months TBJ d Hii companions in the fire dftpartm nt regret his retirement v IRELAND M Record of the Host Important of the Recent Eventa Culled From Exchanges soiteitorA braiuh of the Unollc Jengiio U to be revived In tlie County JVicUlow Old JOIHJ Tower vlinrcli in the city of Derry is to be renovated at n cast ofr0000Thinning llarron of Dimtrnrvun vits fined Ssoo for trading m toiaLo without a license CaplainI HoyI merchant of heart dis ease In route to take an ocean bath John Olla an sum of 1Felix Olla an a prominent merchant of Xiwry is dead after u Inlet illness Jev Brother lames Connor for twenty years a lay brother of the 1usslonist order died at Holy Cros retreatt Ardaynb It Is reported that Karl Fllzw ill buns property whluh iomprises about naif the town of MeUlov Is to be sold and preference given to the tenants During till past few weeks the angel of lentil limns visited every county in Ireland nun hits carried off mummy prominent clorlenf and lay Catholics Cornelius Ho an Jr a defiler in swine at Waterford died after n months illness He was a warm supporter of the late Charles Stew art Parnell Jtesldcnts of Jhihlyungherogliby- near the scene of the Kllmore bog slide in time County lalway are alarmed by fears of a similar occurrence In their district The attendancq at the funeral of James Itrcnnan was one of the Inrg est in ilielfnst in mummy years For many years the deceased was u mom her of the Trades Council The County Clare Hoard of Guard ians have granted an increase of 500 a year to Dr George MeXnmara for thirtythree years connected with the Carotin dispensary district Tunes McGonigles drapery estab lishment at Hall shonllon CountyI Donegal has been totally destroyed by fire and the proprietor and Los wife were rescued with difficulty The Itev William Flynn S JJ one of the hest known Jesuits in Ireland died at Mllltown iaru at the age of seventytwo He hind labored in Lim erick and Dublin for many years In the County Fermanagh the As sizes wore held at Jnnlskillen tad Justice Kenny in addressing the grand jury told them the docket Ras- a very light one as only four minor offenses were ehnlgcdIJ 1K Dawson Secretary of the ltd fast IndustrialI Association drays at tention of the Irish at home and abroad to time fact that numbly Irish firms are manufacturing n superior article of Irish postal cards In Omagh County Tyrone Lord Justice Holmes said there were only three bills dealing with insignificant charges and he commented favorably on the fact that in such a busy and populous county crimu phnuld be so light TIlt ColiMninc hOnEd of Guardians has been Informed that It could not compel a person to assign it nil old age pension or any part of it in lion of the cost of his treatment while a patient in tho infirmary as the law rendered every assignment of a pen sion void A firm of sculptors nt Downpatriek htk been commissioned to execute n- c ltuvrWiS or Irish limestone whiri Js to be uV ted as a monument ov r time grave V l ewis M1 Johnson formerly Iu4l11Ktel of hlong Kong- China l and whomdiJrIe1 iii ticlnz lish cemetery there V The lllglit Hlhr ODonuell Bishop of Ilaphoe has1iade the fill lowing appointments ami eliungcs Very Jlev Kdward luiuir 1D IN to be Canon of the Cathedral liapte- r11ev1T ODonnell IlIlmlnllrntor at Kllcar to be parish priest otVnt parish Ilev leis Boyle Kihlyls to be pastor at Clogbaneely JtV Bernard Cunningham trnnllferrtl from KMmaerenan to Clar CENTENARY Of Old St Patricks Cathe dral to Be Celebrated In May April 23 will bo the one hundredth anniversary of the laying of the cor nerstone of the old St Patricks Cathedral New York City but the religious celebration of the day will be held on May 9 Archbishop Far ley will celebrate the Pontifical mass and Cardinal Gibbons and Archbishop Fa Icon lo the Papal Delegate with many other prelates will be present at the centenary festivities Among the iHshops who have been connected In some way with the church have been John Carroll jot Baltimore the first Catholic Bishop of tills country John Chevrons and Benedict Fenwjck ST of Boston Luke Concnnen John Connolly 01 John Dubois John Hughes John Me Closkey afterward Cardinal Michael I FarleytimeChleagonymeoII LTgliliofn o Goesbriand of Burlington and John L Spalding of Peoria REDEMPTOIUSTS IN CIFAITEII During the present week the nctempt rlst Fathers from many lauds have been gathering in nome for thot general chapter of the order which isI churchImmedintely electiontAneinanAmorJcanNEW AnIe WAS GENEROUS Bishop OConnor of Newark XfJ lettefrpmI dhIsion to time Italian anal Sicilian eat tNearkaloD81IentPope if be distributedara0ones FRANK FEHR BREWING CO llZCnRIn Ar Brewers and Bottlerss s LOUISVILLE 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