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I 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXIINO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 17 1909 PRICE FIVE GENTS OBSTACLESS In the Path ol Americas Ship 1 of State Pointed Out by tA Cardinal I Eminent Churchman Docs Not Yuse Ambiguous Language in Condemnation Declaresi Divorced Pcople Who Remarry Are Guilty of Real Polygamy AGAINST MANLINEES IN WOMEN His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore gave an authoritative in terview last Saturday to tho duly ac credited representative of several of the leading secular dally Journals of the United States and Protestant as well as Catholic may well weigh his warning The correspondent had been directed to ask the Cardinal whether the Christian Science and New Thought movements were re tarding the growth of the Catholic church In America The Catholic church answered tlie Cardinal is no more incumb red with the recent isms and execres cences that seem to thrive each for n time within America than it has been at any time during all the con iurics since St Peter The position off the Catholic church in reference to modern scientists may be thus summarized The church fosters and encourages every department oi science but just because she Is the friend of true science she is opposed to all false pretensions of science Tic pathway is strewn with the wreck of many and imposing scien tine theories which once found favor in the opinion of man And such will ever be the fate of the wild speculations and unfounded assertions tthatt impugn the truth of revelation They may float for a time on the human mind like huge icebergs drifting along the oceans current chilling the atmosphere and carrying destruction in their path but like the false theories before them they arc de signed to melt away beneath the ef fulgent rays of reason and revelation while The truth of the Lordl ra xnaincth forever Your Eminence what most serious problemns coi the American people at the time rOUNGER SET Of Hllernlans show Ability- to Do Things in Style State President Butler President Keenan of Division 1 and various other Hibernians of the older school are now thoroughly satisfied that the abletofaction was brought about through the ball given at the Gait House Tues day night The affair was under the joint auspices of Division 1 anti the Ladles Auxiliary and tho result was concernedAbouC1 the pioneer Hibernian body in Louisville determined to give an entertainment of some lkind Immediately utter the austerities of Lent had passed and the younger members wanted a ball The elders let them have their way but not without some misgivings Charles Flnegnn Thomas Lawler and Thomas Keenan were appointed pnl n committee to arrange for the af fair and through their efforts the Ladies Auxiliary was interested Misses Mary Corcoran Hattie Higgins nail Nellie Nolan were selected as n committee to act with the dele gation from Division 1 Developments followed rapidly The Gait House was secured for 1taster Tuesday night a splendid orchestra was employed and the affair was thoroughly advertised The Hiber nians and Indies did the rest About 175 couples were on hand when the grand march was played State President and Mrs George J Butler led the way into the and salonwasthe always attractive never more artistically illuminated and decorated It was like a vision of fairyland and all who saw were lou in Its praise From then until the close soon after midnight the dancers enjoyed themselves and the par ents of many of the young people were present and were as Interested as the youngsters The ball was a credit to the Hiber nians as a whole and to the members of Division 1 and the Ladies Aux diary in particular It has given nil four divisions greater confidence dnd more such affairs will certainly fol low There was only one cause for regret Charles Finegan Chairman of the committee that arranged the tail has been confined to his home by rheumatism and was unable to be present and receive his share of tho congratulations showered on his colleagues Willir HARD BUMPS Seem to IJoIn Store For City Administration anil Its Friends Real Republicans Are Xot in Sympathy With Mayor Grinstcad KfTort toSaddle Additional fur hell on Taxpayers Opposed PLACE FOR POSTS MAN FRIDAY The city administration and us organ are receiving fresh jolts every tiny The real dyedinthewool Republicans are disgusted and if the Democrats put up a clean ticket there will be no doubt about the re sult in November 1Mr+ Grinstead is Ineligible to succeed himself The Court of Appeals in the case of the City Treasurer of Paducah decided this very point a few months ago but what Is a decision of the Court of Appeals to Mty Attorney Blakey and Mayor Grinstead Mayor Grinstead still has the support of the Louisville Evening Post but the Herald the real Republican organ has recently taken some aw ful falls out of the Mayor and the Posts editor In order to hold what little strength he has the Mayor and his colleagues expect ito oust all of the employes of the Sinking Fund and to appoint Grinstcad henchmen in their stead Lewis Humphreyj City Hall reporter for the Louisville Post it is rumored will be the Chief License inspector under the new regime This plum will go to Lewis so it is said toIn sure the friendship of the Belknaps with whom he is allied The new ordinance offered by the Board of Safety putting an additional burden on the taxpayers will doubt less have a hard row to travel before it becomes a law if it ever does 10 saddle an additional burden of 35000 Lon the people is too much for some Mncllmcn to say nothingof guff Reed and his in Mr Heed believes te sufficient to guard svllle if properly are many tax him But if Fosters on Scotland martial melodious and rollicking i MOREJUEMBEKS Arc Hustling Into the Ranks of Division 4 ofI Avo 11 President JolinII Jlenncssy presid ed over a rousing meeting of Division 4 A O ll 3Monday night and it was strictly business from start to finish John MFUrcnnnn and Frank Sullivan were proposed for membership rorgus iMoonoy was obligated and Michael Gllmoro and Thomas J Garvey were elected to membership Mr inrvey haa for years been a hustler in the anks of the Y M1 I John M1 Brcnnnn was formerly n meinoer of Division 4 but has been absent from time city for several earltt I Committee repotted than was still con fined to his htfmo with an injured foot and that Lawrence Meaney Patrick IKennoyj James Lyons and John I12 Browne were on the sick list William P McDonogh John Winn and Dave Reilly were appointed on a committee to prepare ap propriate resolutions on the death of John I13 Martinjam1 the members of the division oUred prayers for the repose of his SoUl Treasurer Harjy Brady and Finan cial Secretary lit IP McDonogh sub muted their reports for the first quarter Both reports showed that Division 4 was round financially and numerically lDoping the first three months ot the present year 50 was paid out In sick ClaIms In addition to one death claim The officers re ports were referred to the Auditing Committee It Jwas anounced that Attorney Newton G Rogers would deliver an ndtlres at the next meet ing April 26 RECENT DEATHS Mrs Annie JoY5e died at the family residence 618 Fulton street Monday night and her funeral took place from St Michael schurcn Wednesday morning She wos the beloved wife of Martin Joyce mud was highly es teemed by all who knew h- eroTime funeral of Henry Junker who died at the family residence pix teenth and Madison streets Sunday night took place from St Marys church Wednesday morning and was largely attended by bid friends and acquaIntances The deceased was forty years Old hind held in high es teem by all who knew him Mrs Elizabeth Moyle sixtyseven years old died at the family res idence 2640 Bisntyrck avenue Sunday night and her Itfuneral took place from St Charle Ilorromeos church f ceased 9s- venale PRAYED FOR I I When He Intended Praying For the Souls ot Many Others Rev Father Slinger Met Death While Preparing For Mass I icd As lie Lived Doing Work of His Divine Master FACTOR IN LOUISVILLE PROGRESS To die as one lives if lie has bees doing the work of the Master is the greatest glory df the Christian Such n work and such ft death was that of Rev Father J H Slinger 0 P of St Vincent Ferrers Convent New York on Easter Sunday morning Death came suddenly and unexpectedly while Father Slinger was pre paring to say mass in the chapel of the Little Sisters of the Poor some distance away from his convefnt Time Dominicans of New York flashed the news over the wires to their several communities in the United States and the priest who was to havfe cele brated mass was prayed for in every Dominican community from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean Father Slinger was an Important factor in the upbuilding of Louisville but few there are who are now alive and remember him here He came to this city a young priest in 1800 and it was he who selected the site for the present St Louis Bertrand church and its surrounding properties tho parochial school and con vent It was just after the war and that part of the city was still a wild erness In his prophetic eye he saw what was in store for the faithful Irish families and at his suggestion the land was secured He was sent to other missions and was never back long enough io realize the fruition of his early hopes for Limn erick Father Slinger was burr nt Lanes yule Ohio December 12 1839 and received his early education in that State He entered the Dominican novitiate at the age of seventeen and was ordained about seven years later After successfully establishing the Dominicans In Louisville on a perma nent site he was sent to other missions but the greater part of 111slfe- work W AsJlen IS+itwLlncent Feri rers New York He was Prior pas tor director of the Sunday school reacher lecturer and writer He te a catechism for advanced anfs that attracted attention the country He was the nee the stereopticon in 1 lessons It seemed d all his work suffered a was asFor oil holders of tickets No 733 624 and 635 4 NOT D PAINTING Appears to Have Been Saved From Earthquake by Miracle One of the many beautiful works of art in the Cathedral of Messina was the magnificent Madonna of the Rosary by Antonellb When the Cathedral fell In ruins several months ago as the result of the earthquake that decimated Sicily the handsome painting was counted as lostThe clouds of smoke and dust had scarcely cleared away from trembling Messina when 1rof Salinas curator of the Art Museum at Palermo hur ried to the spot to try to recover such fragments of art as the earthquake might have spared This famous Antonello was what he hoped for most earnestly It was difficult even to find what hind been the Museum and was still more difficult to pene trate that vast heap of stone and pins ter which covered its site But Prof Salinas and his assistants went care fully to work with pickaxes and spades and at last through a crevice between two fallen walls they caught sight of the spot where the master piece had hung A mass of fallen walls covered It But they dug on until they had penetrated the gallery Itself and there to their Immense Joy they found that a wall In falling to ward the Antonello had struck the wall above It and remained Intact thus forming a great protective screen behind which hung the treasure undamaged- It required careful work to re move this screen of shaking masonry but the task was accomplished and the picture was taken down packed and shipped to a safer place The Madonna oft the Rosary Is a triptych and the panels on either side are occupied by the figures of St Gregory and St Benedict dud above these are two smaller panels half figures ot the Annunciation and an angel The central upper panel has been missing for many years This painting of Antonellos is In teresting from a technical as well as from an artistic standpoint for Antonello disputes with Van Eyck the honor of discovering the art of pafnt ing In oils and this is believed to have been the last picture he painted in tempers that Is with liquid colors directly upon plaster The best be lief of critics is that Antonello learned the art of oil painting from Van Eyck GRAND IDEA Plai BeirtmPe lt Se 1t9t Big Irish Home- Coming r All Ireland is preparing for a home corning of its exiles their children and their childrens children during the summer of 1910 The rail roads and the steamship companies have promised TO make special rates and each of tbe larger cities in Ireland will hold carnivals of strictly nn Irish character fjie home coming is the idea of o a J Kilkenny a native of trIm but for the last flf resident of Washington- n life in America as a h went to Washing i a Congressman attorney Mr wealthy 1 prof na OPPORTUNITY I For Ireland Seems to Bo Close at ilniul Unless AH Signs Fall Noted Correspondent Claims Tint Irish Party Holds time Key i Retirement of William OBrien Still Cause For Sincere- Congratulation JOHN nULL AFRAID OF GERMANY Irelands opportunity seems to heat hand and as a result Hon John E Redmond and his colleagues are Jubilant but the British Ministry Isrtrembling In tho balance Hon T P h OConnorln his Easter letter to the Chicago Tribune says The real pitched battles in Par liament will begin after Easter The Governments nrogrammo Is at once provocative and too big Tine Welsh disestablishment the radical budget and the Birrell land bill can not possibly all pass and there Is a certain apprehension that the Government may offend some section of Its supjj porters by dropping one of their bills but still I think the prospects of firrells bill are hopeful Ireland holds the key to the situation If limo bill is defeated or postponed an outburst of cattle driving worse than ever will make Blrrells position impossible and Birrell docs not conceal his Inten tion of resigning if his bill is post poned The chances of the bill look even better this week than last owing to the extraordinary transformation of the Irish situation by OBriens dis appearanceConcerning the retirement of Will- Iam OBrien from active politics the able editor of the Dundalk Democrat saysWilliam OBriens resignation of his seat in Parliament and the an nouncement of his retirement from a active politics have caused infinite relief to all Irishman genuinely inter ested in the progress of the national cause As tho leader of a Parliamentary section outside the party Sand of an organization opposed to the United Irish League ho could have done no good but much harm to a cause we believe he has honestly at heart We should like to believe that pBrlen recognized this fact himself liffimeTahd thatlHSTclTretrfeTirifaff dictated by a spirit of generous self denial and a resolve not to stand in the way of national unity The Welsh byelection showed that Wales is still unbroken in the allegi ance to the Liberals and the Scotch byelection this week is expected to show a similar result and these events dash the hope of a large Tory majority after the next election Vague unrest Is underneath the ap parent holiday humor in Great Britain Commenting on this feature of European unrest OConnor says John Bulls hatred of Germany still receives dally nourishment by the yellow press and the announce ment that Austria is building a gigantic Dreadnaught following the German triumph over Russia and England In the Balkan trouble adds another disquieting item the military and naval forces of Austria and Germany being now practically one From the whole of the recent im brogllo the figure of the German Em eror stands out in bolder relief than i1 tas more formidable more tena re uncertain and more pow fly La Europe and the tLin the long and isici between Ji jjft Eng ft1l 9 I II- ii KENTUCKY IRISH AltIERICAZr KENTUCKY IRISH flMER16fttt Devoted to the Social andd Moral Advancememen of Irish Americans ad Catbolcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered it the LouUvllle Poitottlce at SecondClus Hittero t Address all Commaalcitloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 17 1909 THOUGHTFUL SUGGESTION The boys in the Democratic trenches are getting Impatient They want the fighting to begin at once Thus far they feel that there has not been even a skirmish with the com mon enemy tho Republican party It Is votes that will count and the Democrats need every vote they can muster Tho wise levelheads want a primary and one at an early date Some of the strongest Democrats have put forward this suggestion Let us have a primary under the Carrol law Let It be provided for by the Democratic State Central Com mittee not the District Committee and let that body appoint lion J T ONeal or some other disinterested Democrat at least one who has no ax to grind to preside over it with the understanding that ho will ap point ono Democrat in tho East and ono In the West IEnd of ttills district to supervise tho arrangements In this way an absolutely fair primary will be guaranteed and every candi f date from Mayor to School Trustee will get a square deal GEHMAXS STILT DOMINANT The European war clouds are still flying and in this connection the correspondent of a very conservative r American journal writes under Lon r dondateGermany can do as she likes in Europe today without firing a shot r This situation however Is certain to undergo a radical change Great Britain is aroused as never before and the present Government will not lest long Franco will speedily pull herself together after tho solution of her Internal crisis Russia Is stirred to the depths and her anger will prove the best possible stimulant for the rapid development ot her enor H mous resources Any definite prophecy would bo absurd but it is almost axiomatic to say that European politics will be a dominant factor in history during the b i next three or four years Already there are reports ot two new moves of the utmost Importance by Germany She Is urging Turkey to join the triple alliance and although Eng lish diplomatists profess no anxiety over this schemes possible success t newtTurkish Governments policy is BO definitely proEnglish that such a thing is impossible x CRIME OV IlIiASPHKMV The present public school system Is held responsible by Cardinal Gibbons for the increase in blas phemy and profane oaths He KAJS isrrrI a system brings about a lack of re elect and reverence for the sacred things of life This lack of due respect and reverence on the part QJ mon women and children W f come a national nialai c the swearing on r Tho consta men I Is an old adage and one that the United States has certainly been ad hering to since the SpanishAmerican imbroglio ofeleven years ago Our country has a splendid navy und Is making it better More than that the army ranks are full with 77000 men No more recruits are needed Let us hope that it whl be long ere they arc needed t One can gain some idea of the Immensity ot the United States when he considers that Louisville enjoyed delightful spring weather last week while New York was in the throes of a cold spell Last Saturday and early this week the Ice jam in Niagara river extended over fourteen miles and great damage was done to neighboring property FllENCII PILGRIMS Will Swarm in Rome at Canonization of Joan of Arc The hotels keepers of Home are worried over the approaching advent of 40000 French pilgrims who will visit the Eternal City this month to be present at the canonization of Joan of Arc The advance guard has already arrived ant many find difficulty in securing quarters The ceremony will be marked ban extraordinary gathering of tho French hierarchy More than sixty Frencn Bishops will be present at St Peters to witness tho glorification of the Maid of Orleans It is noteworthy that It is several centuries since so many French Uish ops have assembled here It is not true however that the Pope intends to conviie them as a national council for the regulation of the ecclesiastical affairs of France They will be consulted individually by the Pope and the Cardinal Secretary of State and thus be able to give an indication to the Roman authorities regarding the situation of the church of France MADE AMENDS f Convert Spent Years Coun= teracting His Early Writings Monslfenor Isaac A Henderson one of the most distinguished Ameri can residents of Rome died early last week says the correspondent of the New York Herald He was well playwrightHeago and spout a large part of his for tune endeavoring to call In the ms books which he had previor t1en attacking religion UJ only resident American longing to the Papal J held the office of fCape and Swor mass celebrate Andrea flee wii ell r stirtTli Fred McGinnis is visiting his sister Mrs James Ileardou ut Bardstown Mrs Louis Ylssman is visiting her sister Mrs Scott at Ureenvilie Ind Mrs John Thixtonof Owensboro visited friends In Louisville this week Miss Ruby Lowry of Leltchflcld was the guest of Mrs Joseph Cessna this week Mrs John McCloakey of Clifton lied as her guest lost week Mrs Thomas Green Mrs Neil Roach of Frankfort has returned Ironic after visiting Mrs C A McGee of Parkview Miss Ruth Kustes of Highland Park Is visiting her cousin Mrs J I1 Ulettson of West Point Mr and Mrs Edward Badgeti of 135 Shelby street are rejoicing over the arrival of a splendid boy Mrs George Frank has returned from Onkdale where sloe was the guest of Miss Prances Donahue tMrs Walter P Lincoln entertained linformally apt cards Tuesday in honor of Mrs George Lowe of Illinois Judge cud Mrs Henry UarkCr came down from Frankfort to spend the Faster holidays in the Highlands c1loll11ingIsltorMiss Louise Jones at Middietown Mrs J H Osligsehlaeger has returned to her home in the Highlands after a pleasant visit to Indianapolis Mrs Martin J Donahue who spent three weeks with her mother in Washington D U has returned home Arthur W Fryol has returned from West Baden Springs whore he received great benefit from the waters James Dohonty engineer of an extensive glass works at Ford City Pa is visiting relatives and trioaln in Sow Albany Mrs John Donnelly and daughter have returned to Frankfort after a visit to Mrs Donnellys sister Mrs William Mandelher MissVUI S Kfllteiibaeher and lit tle son Dominie M Kaltenbacher spent the Easter holidays with rela tives in Shclbyville Mrs John J Donahue of Coving ton spent the Easter holidays as tho guest of her daughter Mrs ierd Flanagan of Sputh Louisville John Tully Jr son of Capt John Tully Assistant Chile of the Fire department is ill of ttyphoid fever at the family residence in Portland Miss Minnie Welch of Campbells vjljc ICyI spent several days in the Highlands last welt She was en route to Boston to pursue the study of music Miss Lillian Nevin has returned Nazareth Academy after the Raster holidays wl h Mr and Mrs Jje N tJChestnut street sites 1f Edwar Higgins will be nt homev to their friends at 1512 Christy avenue Miss Casey Js the accomplished daughter of John J Casey Superintendent of the irclglit department of the Jef Jligtimtisfice of the Illinois Central railway e I Miss Margaret Murphy of St Louis iI younglacoinotlver railroad will be united in matrimony nt St Patricks church at 8 oclock next Monday morning the Ilev oUlclatlng1Aliter nelly will start for Xew Orleans and other Southern points to spend a fortnights bridal tour On their return they will begin housekeeping at 3015 Third avenue Miss Murphy is a native of Ireland but she has lived in St Louis for several years Mr congratulations charmingbridebrideOne of the prettiest weddings of the season will lie that which will unite Miss Julia Frances Werst and J Raymond Barrett in holy matri mony The ceremony will bo solemn ized at the Church of time Blessed Sac rament iut 230 oclock In the after noon of Wednesday April 28 After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Barrett will hold a reception for their friends at the homo of the brides mother Mrs Minnie Worst 1064 Everett ave nue Later in the evening the happy couple will leave for Cincinatl Wash ington and other Eastern points The brideelectt is the charming daughter of Mrs Minnie Worstt Is an accom plished musician and has been much admired in Catholic society circles The fortunate groom is a member of the firm of John J Barretts Sons funeral directors MAKING GOOD Colonels Showing Thus Far Enthuses the Fans The local bnscb nstfiisOI1 was opened Irt a blaze of glory Wednesday afternoon at IEclipse ParK and the Colonels made good by trouncing Hilly Clymers strong Columbus team There had boon a little doubt in the ball fans minds as to the prospects of our lean but happily that has been dispelled by the excellent show ing the team has jnade in the Column bus games The Louisville public Is hungry for good baseball and will show their appreciation by big at tendance if given tine Slime and it looks like the management has met them half way in endeavoring to get a earn together that will be a credit io the city and a contender for the pennant flag Manager Heinle 1iet lens infused a lot of ginger into his teammates and they scum to toe putting forth their best efforts to win which is nil cnn be expected Tate Quinlan and Woodruff can be depenned upon to pull off many a pretty play this season and their headwork will hoof great assistance to 1ietz in the infield A brig crowd will bo out to see Toledo today and tomorrow SCI1 It1OIt IL n Isd111 nfl mJ mt mJmtIll tUitUiMake t workof a definite TODAY GAIN to fromJJ t If If Iwork t I Elf startft Jm grow sur prlsinglyJmJm flfmj mt II mtIIm I H fltm IB IBfmfm m mtmtFillh and Court Placell ml Open daily until 3 p m UU I until 7 p mUUl w IYou CAN Always feel perfectly assured of getting exactly what you desire here in Carpets Rugs Mattings Linole urns Oilcloths Lace Curtains Wallpaper Etc HUBBUCH BROS 522 524 W MARKET STREET ItjAGIC l CARPET Removes the dirt as ji taking up the car Woriginal bright co druggets pas bottle SOc lOOt STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Ettabllihed Sixty V- eareRR tIUNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT The Second Annual Celebration Sale OFFERS VALUES EQUALLY AS ATTRACTIVE AS THOSE OF WEDNESDAY- The enormous quantities of merchandise purchased es pecially for this sale were too large for one days VALUEGIVINGEVENTThe lots of merchandise throughout this store have been rearranged and in some instances have been repriced and when the doors open Saturday morning every section of the store will present values equally as attractive as those offered the first day of this great sale An Event of FarReaching Economy and Persu asive Price Arguments STEWART DRY GOODS CO lomrporltcI IK CONNECTION WITH JAULSMccHEEBY 4 eNEW YORK J3X8 I REMARKABLE SALE OF 1 Mens and Boys White Plaited Shirts 49c dozenMealsdifiereptthroughoutvalues 49c MS MOSES COIncorpomted FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR J KINSELLA Gin Supt Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters L GB8aB88 tG BASE q BALL II- L We are headquarters for Baseball goods of every description Mens ms lettered with 150 250 300 d upward Boys 200 f P r w- T 4 r KENTUOKYr IRISH AlIIERICAN 1908I NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomeW CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFIFTH IAGI8TERIAL DISTRIOT Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1000 iVOVEIVIBER J3 EJOOMOIC 1OOO WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTS CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second ar d Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE I a i TEJFirJECRSOiV CIRCUIT OOUTCT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party HIDlI I HI Funeral Directors and EmbalmersIIBoth Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES All Calls Answirid Promptly 1231 WEST MARKET STREETtI + + + + + + + + t + t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East jMIairx StreetN NOmN0 NM000N MNe N1tNN0 Oe J E TRACY L H STRAIJB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERScrlSf- rtFSro1jcJ hedon 1531 W MARKET STREET + + + 4 lN4 tN9eN NN NN N4NNN rIt I HH t GranweAL Smiths Proprietor Son I Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET8 TELEPHONE 81O THOMAS KEENAN 9 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH plghtCarrlg 1225 W MARKET ST eire yet r lei as education featt will ore pare tbta far life TXAVIBRS COLLEGE Iti albs ryc hrHkkyU 0 0 C aladel TerViutlrotker Ctaftucai IScieutlec and Courses tacory De lppedOymaaatam Independent of All Undertakers RATES AGNBS SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME PHONIC 1077 HENRY AIJA J PULS DYER AND CLEANER ladilsaand Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone a63s 528 Fifth Street HENRY HUNOLD BtAIRIf Stipliaa1i1 fancy Gricirltsr A MuirINow Iikia s tr540 WWAi I AMEIlICANINFLUX At Rome But Very Few Were Granted Audiences by Plus X According to advices from Amer can correspondents in Rome that city was fairly teeming with American visitors last week but as it was Holy Week only a tow were received In audience by Pope Plus X From Wednesday until Kusjer Sunday he passed in retirement On Wednesday His Holiness granted a private audi ence to a small party of Brooklynltcs consisting of Mrs Hugh McLaughUn who some time ago received the title Marchioness for her many benefac tions to the church her daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs William C Courtenay and their daughter Miss C Courtenay Master II McLaughlin Miss Anna OConnor and Miss Mar tinock The Pope was particularly gracious to the American Marchioness on be ing told that she had crossed the Atlantic to see him and receive his blessing Ho not only thanked her uffeutlonntely but gave her a gold medal and nt the request of the party also gave her his white skull cap as n souvenir The party was presented by Bishop Ken nedy Rector of the American Col lege It was afterward received in audience by the Cardinal Sorcetary of State ENTIRE COMMUNITY Forsakes Anglicanism to Enter the True Church- In England 1he following special cablegram to the Cincinnati IEnquirer appeared on Easter Sunday The announcement that the entire community of lie Anglican Convent in Bloomsbury has been received into the church of Rome has aroused Intense Interest There has been a strong difference of opinion among Anglicans as to the wisdom of licensing conventual bod- Ies but high church men assert that the church of Rome has no stronger religious opponents than themselves From time to time there have been Individual cases of Anglican Sisters going over to the Roman church but it is impossible to recall a case in which a whole community has gone over by common agreement They have received permission to retain their habit and their patron saint will still continue to be St Katherine wheel whoso emblem by the way is a HOPKINS JIHMrER Vaudeville sketches will divide honors with the motion pictures here after at Hopkins Theater and Manager Justin promises hife patrons good clean shows JAIUIC will be crydayIn the afternoon and twdce in the evening The motion pictures nun illustrated songs will remain at their present high standard LONDON CRIME INCREASES According to statistics furnished the House of Commons by Sir Edward Henry Londons Chief Police Commissioner crime is on the increase in England and Sir Edward wants 2000 more police In London Ills present force is made upof18238 men He also wants more de tectives and men who are better edu crated thanills present sleuths NEEDS THE MEDAL Maurice Conner a bill poster of Altoona Pa believes ho is entitled to a medal from tho AntiRaco Suicide Society The stork brought the twentyseventh baby to his home last week Tho entire family Is enjoying good health- BANQUET ANn DANCE Frankfort has no council of the Knights of Columbus but the Knights have a club there and on Wednesday night the members enter tained their friends with a banquet and dance MEMORIAL CHAPEL Clmunccy Olcott the sweet Jrish American singer has made a dona tion to the Catholic Church Extension Society to be used In erecting a chapel In memory of his deceased mother MILE OK PENNIES The Queens Daughters of Prov idence R L have undertaken to col lect a mile of pennies in aid of tho Nazareth Homo and tho Carter Day Nursery FRANKFORT Lambert VotingCouncil Y M I of Frankfort gave an enjoyable dance on Easter Monday night It was both a social and financial suc cess KEFORM IS NECESSARY Plttsburg people recently elected a Catholic Mayor by the overwhelming majority of 30000 and much needed reforms are expected to bo carried out- SPREADING 5CI1E faailiV Fifteen business men of Portage Wis have guaranteed a complete set of the Catholic Encyclopedia to the public library pt that town TIlE DEADLY CIGARETTE If all the boys could bo made to know writes Hudson Maxim the highexplosive expert Fthat with theyinitalohood that they are tapping their arteries as surely and letting their lifes blood out ae truly as though their veins and arteries were aevergdt and that the cigarette Isa maker of Invalids criminals and foolsnot someThe1 of deeper degradation and ennlave spent bantbe ballancbtD Our boynLvn wiif will TieAc touch the My thn f Come to Headquarters for the Boys 11 I ConfirmationOutfit I OutfitSuits I 3 to 18 EverythingElse ElseTo ToGo WithII the SuitII LEVYSThird The Bright Spot in LouisvilleI 11AGIC RW J GLOSS Puts new life in your old furniture and fixtures It cleans polishes and veneers metals hard woods furniture etc restoring original newness with but little samplebottleCarpetCleaner SWEIR FILTER I WHY CO 418 S Third St Louisville Ky Ghas fl Rogers es1uPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods rhey are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OP EVERY DESOKIPTIOtr 434 West Jefferson Street OFFICE BT06 HOURS SUNDAYSI DONT YOU WANT flood Dental Work Done For the Least Money I Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J GOUGHMANi Dentistt OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET FANCIES OP FASIIIOX Skeleton bodies arc popular Tho Japanese wash silks are love lier than ever Coats for girls suits arc plain and almost straight Most of the new crepe blouses arc inset with Irish crochet lace Belts will match the skirts in stead of the waists this season Pretty little neck bows are made of colored open work embroidery Sleeves are longer and flatter and they closolY follow the lines of the arm On many of tho new ribbons just arrived checks play a prominent partSwiss embroidery whether hand done on machine gives excellent effect The lplaid suit or kilted plaid skirt has been adopted by leaders of Paris fashion Some of the colored linens for suits have a pin stripe of white through them A charming finish to the waist is the tie known as the dlrectoire made of crochet lace Gulmpes are made of cambric a pleasant change after the too fre quent use of net The Irish crochet buttons will bo in greatest evidence on the spring and summer gowns Skirts are a little fuller and plaits are coming back gradually par ticularly those set fn at the side Pretty plaids of modest size bordered with plain color are among the new spring goods designed for chil drenIt Is ai nearly tertian as styles are that the coming season will not be nal whU one Touches of color areeverywhere Several pretty blacksadl white check snit hown in one pipes have blackbroudelothinstead Vet nJ e r SOUND ADVICE New Yorker Tells Mow Millionaires Could Bene fit Country Thomas Shayne of New York City points out an admirable manner for Andrew Carnegie and John D Rockefeller to do some real good with their surplus money Instead of giving It toward founding libraries that are not always appreciated In I YorkItrial schools In the mountain sections of Kentucky It has been demon strated by small industrial experi ments that the mountain boys and girls of Kentucky are willing even anxious to work for an education Andrew Carnegie is giving millions to erect libraries in towns and cities usuullYhaveD Rockefeller IIs making the Unl versity of Chicago the best equippedI school In the world But the ones who attend the Chicago University can afford to pay their way Kind hearted men and women all over this broad and prosperous land are send ing millions of dolurs annually to Asia Africa and other foreign lands to educate and Christianize black and yellow children with varying success while right at home In the mountains of Kentucky Is a field ripe for cultl vatlolla section where the material Is sound and where the returns mean a citizenship which is the very back bone of this republic The Kentucky mountaineer has pride and sensitiveness fundamental soodbratnsdeposIts qunlitytoll In the production of this great wealth will afford his children an op portunity to secure a first class edu cation Like the voice in the wilder recognitionIthat 100000 contributed for industrial purposes In this section whereby the mountain boys could earn their way through sfchool would do moro good for tho progress of civilization than 0000100 dropped into the jungles of Africa or the rice swamps of China FORTY nouns PJIAYKU Tomorrow at the late mass at 10 oclock the Forty Hours prayer will begin at St Elizabeths now and handsome church located on East liurnctt street The altar and sanc tuary will be appropriately decorated for the occasion The ceremonies will close with benediction and the singing of the Te Deum on Tues day evening at 730 oclock MACAULEYS THKATKU Louis Mann will comp to Macauleys Monday to present his latest New York hit Tho Man Who Stood Still It has been heralded as a drama rich In eccentric comedy in which Mann is always at his best The engagement is for the entire week with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday FATIIEIl STAFFORD MEMORIAL A bill has been introduced into tho United States Senate to provide for the erection of a public statue to the memory of the late Dr Stafford noted throughout the United States as a pulpit and platform orator ST PAUJS XEV CATHEDRAL Archbishop Ireland is pleased with the progress made in the erection of the new St Paul Cathedral during his absence In Europe When completed it will have cost more than 14500000 AFTER frWISViljLES EXAMPLE The Catholic Womens League of Portland Ore has opened attractive headquarters where ladles employed during tho day may lunch and rest during the noon hour FAITHFUL CATHOLICS Dubuque Catholics are mourning the loss of John Keenan who was President of a conference of the St ItrtorDUTCH COLLAR LEADS Neckwear Is HO beautiful this season the designs are so many and tho colors so exquisite It is really difficult to make a choice The cellars are as flat now as they were high some six months ago The Dutch collars are the most popular and come In a variety of materials plainGretchendainty edging of French embroidery or a bit of Val lace Though the real Irish crochet collars are high priced costing 5 and more the same designs may be had In the imitation for half the money Plenty of the softer collard are trim and with insets of lace and emir broidery The heavier ones are orna mented with scallops and touches of embroidery worked In white or In colorAnother pretty Idea In the Gretchen collar ii7in finishing the linen with a band of Irish loco medallions This style of neckwear is exquisitely lovely when worn with a laco jabot TAMMANYS START Tammany Hall an organization that practically controls Democratic politics In New York City too certain extent dominates the politics of the Empire State and an organization whose every move Is watched by byWilliambybirthCLEANS SILVER QUIC1CLY Plate two quarts of potato peelings and one quart of water in an iron trying pan or epldcr cover and boll manynverpoonknlves tha water sylll cover continue the minutestheysilver wash id usual manner rubbing well with dry ieoft towel FRANK FEHR BREWING CtlI1 XNCORPORArED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it- t telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIIE WIEDEMANNINCORP- ORATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST 89 JOHN E FRA- NgBrewery WALTERS Clay=Street812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY I GET THE GENUIN E DIAMOND 8 S U RRAND Manufactured WALL PLASTER PLASTER by theaCO I Incorporated Brook end River Phone 2267 Louisville Ky Also Operating lloonlcr Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonvllle hid Phone 885 + t + + to FIXE WINES AJU KahJ4Qnaff 345 West Green Street XJQ7TOK8 ClOAKS i- uuMILUU 4444 44 + A 44 Ito 444 All the new Easter and Spring Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices M BURKE THE TAILORL- adies and Gents Suits Dry Cleaned Sponged and Pressed 234 Bill St near Jefferson HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tunky Whiskies especially ear1 of Nelson nBOTTLED oBOfD 0 T 11141 f 234 IXTM fMKTi i BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ9 THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street WINES LIQUORS CARS VALVSALO HttL S hHty mornfn v tg I230 0cloc oD oVGHni2 4 rirtfttriiittiiaiAVrar U 7PTT KENTUOKY IRISH AM1 RI lIlt SPARKLING LIKE DIAMONDS I h I f And Presenting One Big Blaze of Electric Wonders The Southern Electrical and Industrial h mI LXPOSITIONI Armory Building Louisville Kentucky I LANDandSCOTLAND theTonightmelodies of Moore and Burns airJ witness the electric blending of the Shamrock and Thistle See the Industrial Show of the Three Falls Cities together with Electric Marvels of the age First show of its kind in this part of the country 7 More Days- Thousands ADMISSION 25 CENTS and Thousands of Fashionable Spring Suits for Men and Young Men at THE BIG STORE 750 10 12 15 20 25 New Spring Hats 100 150 200 250 300 THE BIG STORE 4Z4 WeOetMslMarket St Po rib and Filtb MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO NN N14+ Q NN MONUMENTS r T In order to make room for the en T largement of our workshop we offer = our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly llow prices Calland e MULDOON MONUMENT1 CO I 318320 WEST GREEN STREET ji 0 00 944+ + 4 e N NN N MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it Is ape predated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCEOIDIAN 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 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- poilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OI1IihOBO 11rLTRTII AVENUE 3 Get Good Coffee And get it at the right price Mulloys SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 5OC Meets all requirements Better try it 45cexcellent MULLOYCOFFEE l 8 Home Phone 1313 014 W ISI VTZKICT STPMJSBJT BrfHIfJfJfJfJfJfJJ mKJtf lJfJJJQ UNION ICE CREAM CO DianrYaoturora of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets ii 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y 1909 November Eltcilon 1909 Squire John M Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor O t- JSii4 j OoACtio of PAm craticPeirty Y 1r7 d f1 l PORTLAND ALL STARS U fop Row Boardraab p Baker 1h l Hot RowDoherty p II Lally 2d b Tin above are the latest photos of a fust bunch of local semiprofes sionals which Howard Williams will Captain this season and who will meet the best tennis of their class from Chicago Cincinnati Indianap olis and other cities This team has SeeeeSNeNN111 a eeefV HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr I the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The County hoard has appointed 11 committee to arrange for an Jrlsob field day Blnghamton Hibernians have tip pointed committees and will ngaln this year hold their annual field dn ou July 4 On Thursday night next Division 3 will hold its regular meeting and resident Sullivan wants every memo ber on hand- Division 1 will meet in regular session Tuesday night and the oung men on the Entertainment Commi tee are sure of an ovation The order is prospering in Duluth Meetings are large and enthusiastic and plans for a big summer outiu are now under consideration Whenever the Hibernians give n ball dance euchre literary enter tainment or parade in cities of the Cisternl States the Ladies Auxillar is always in evidence Next Friday night Division 2 will hold dts first meeting after haste and as some unfinished business remains to be disposed of n full at tendance Is desired Steps have been taken by the HI berniuns of St Paul to organize nn athletic league It is the intentio to hold a big athletic meet at the Fair Grounds there this summer State President George J Butlei members of the County Board and other members of the order will go to Lexington tomorrow to take pre liminary steps toward forming a dl vision there St Paul Hibernians have start their baseball league for this season Michael S Sheridan who was elect ed County Judge at Milwaukee last week served several terms as Presi dent of Division 1 In that city Mrs f H Cummings for tvelv years County President at Unne apolis and Mrs Frank Sullivan for tight years County Secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary of the same cltj have been made recipients of lam some cut glass souvenirs for their long and faithful work The Ladies Auxiliary can well be proud of the part its members plays in making the ball a success The Hibernians in Fayctte county are waking up to their own Interest The establishment of a division nt the Bluegrass capital will mean much to the IrishAmericans of that sec tion It is not the few dimes you lay each month to your division as due that makes the member or counts his success it is the benefits he derive from being a member not only Rick benefits but material benefits In other ways If a member joins only to draw sick benefits he Will be but a drone in the ranks MET SUDDEN DEATH Frank Bnrtelkamp Superintendent of the Louisville Smelting Company factory at North Chicago was al most Instantly killed while at worl In a plant owned by his company at Waukegan III on Wednesday morn- Ing While inspecting the machinery his clothing caught In the shafting and he was whirled to death Mr Bertlekamp was burn and raised ir Louisville and was an active member of Mackin Council He was thirtysi years of age and is survived by his wife and two children The remalni were brought to Louisville for burial and many sorrowing friends attended the funeral PROGRESS OF HOLY NAME According to the April number ol the Holy Name Journal fiftynine branches of the Holy Name Society In thirtythree dioceses have been established since January 1 of the present year Archdiocesan and doicexan unions of tIle society pow exist In New York New Orleans Boston Baltimore Philadelphia Cincinnati Brooklyn PIttsburg and Buffalo Another diocesan union is in course of formation In Trenton under the direction of the Right Rev James A McFaul1 D D The estab lishment of these fiftynine brandies represent an increase In membership of 10000 men ACCIDENT TO POLICEMAN Officer James Twohlng Is still suf fering from Injuries received at Fourth and Main streets last week He was passing a threestory build Ing when a board fell from the roof and stuck him on the head It Is not believed that hits Injuries are aorlousSTIGICS TO HIS POST Edward J Jftlly First Vioe rtd- eBto t the Postal TetelrtphOom- paD U fifty year old He started r u n U n Williams capt Si 1 Schmidt c Harper 1st b- the strongest aggregation of local sjars ever gotten together in this city since the old Deppen team and sonic of the members are sure to make aI niche for themselves in the gallery of oaseball fume They will open their season tomorrow with the 1fNrNNN1N111 N SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O EC- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr- YiceIrosldentMark Ryan Recording Secretary Titos La wler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan iSergeantatArmsAndrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentI D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone Financial Secretary JnoT Keuney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljivan Vice President Martin Shcehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Ucsslon TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm PMc Donogh 1212 Sixth stree- tRecordlngSecretaryJno J IVinn Treasurer Hnrry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantalArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEIISONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice PresidentBobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y 11I I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings nt Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President ThosDCIines Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas IIBachman SecretaryWilliamF Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber- MarshalAdolrhUS Andrlott C F Bartsch- Outside SentinelWilliam D An drlott I t1sERtvLM I I I scen1ITonic for a child who bad a irtre attack of t remankbletafactsymptoms hue since been seen Finding it such a blessing aaongchildrea weshall always keep it on baud SISTEM or CJUUIY Columbia S 0 February 4tb1908 I procured a bottle of Paster Koenlgs Nerve Tonla for my little son who could not remain Quiet and we feared be might got St Vitas dance and had to keep him from school This hadIusedhe has had no recurrence I recommended the I Nan Tonic to many friends and all benefit from It I cannot say enough praise medicine and beside God thank so chrindII ar M 1104 Rf bla DAx Anse c an A ValuableI Book on Her I VOUS Diseases and a Sample bottle to any address Poor 1 I tents BIlK get the maida Jr Prepared by the REV of Fort indnowWayne lull since 1878 bythe I KOENIG MED CO Chicago IIII I I 100 Lake Street Sold by DrarekU at Slper Bottle 6 for f5 I Larca 5li 17618 BettUa for SI with the company in Philadelphia as a messenger thlrtyflvo years ago His friends declare that he Is pretty rapid for a product of the Quaker City SAUTOS EASTER DANCE Sarto Council Y M J of Owens tore wilt give its annual Easter dance at the neye Owensoro arniory Inext Monday night The committee in charge of arrangements IB liiade up of President Charles If Harbour V Jt Greenwell Robert Cox and Law rence ATiUilselL JnvtJt1o IiI to the l 1dl J 1 r- kt iantz c Deekln 3d b Weisenstein c f D Lally r f Frankfort team who uro champions of the Bluegrass League and will sure be a test of the Portland Stars mettle for a tryout The park nt Thirtysecond and Kudtl avenue has been remodeled and furnishes an abundance of seating capacity NNNNNI 11 1 N N1 1 i IRELAND Record of the float Important 01 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Judge KIsbey has been presented with white gloves at Drogheda as n token of the crlmelcssness of tho district Mrs Margaret Campbell is dead nt her home fn Ardee She was tho mother of District Councillor Martii Campbell Michael Magrath Tipperary wai eoopfed a member of the Limericl County Council in place of his father deceased St Patricks church at Dundalk iIs to be embellished by the addition ot two back towers and the sanctuary Is to be lined with mosaic work Thomas Kavanagh whose parents were evicted from n farm near Drumlood twenty years ago is abou to be reinstated through the work of the Gaelic League Mrs Bridget Smith of Bailie borough has been committed to the Monaghan Insane Asylum One over the death of her husband two years ago unsettled her reason The Clerk of Killarney Urban Coun cil M Healy at the request of the members decided not to press for tin present his resignation of the office which ho has held for nearly twenty four years At Killarney Board of Guardian Dr D J llanafin was unanimously elected Medical Officer of the Mill town Dispensary district in room ol his fattier who resigned after forty years service Thomas McKeon eightyfive yean old one of the best known men In Crossduff is lead nut his loss II mourned by the entire community Heavy rains have brought farm labor to a standhill in every section of the country On the occasion of his transfer tc Jsenagh his late parishioners at Toomevara County Tipporary pre pared for presentation to the llev Patrick Hogan an Illuminated ad dress artistically decorated by Miss Mary iitzpntrick of Dublin The release of Patrick Sweeney of Kiladooiy Queens county who had undergone six months imptfsonmenl in Tullamore jail in connection a cattlcdrlvo was the occasion withI stirring demonstration recently BallybrophyTlie Guardians elected as Clerk of the Union and District Council Patrick Toni who received thirty twe votes to sixteen for James Boylan Considerable interest cen tered in the election and fifty out of fiftyfive Guardians attended at the meetingrTour shots are reported to have been fired into the house of Law rence Healy of Pox 11111 about four miles from Qort lhe windows were broken but no other damage was lone Healy and his family are very popular in the district and no reason can be assigned for the outrage DEATH IN SIIELHV COUNTY IWilliam F Cotter an old and reo pected resident of Shelby county wbo died early Easter Sunday morn IngIwas buried Monday morning rom the Church of the Annunciation with solemn requiem mass The Rev father John H Riley celebrant of the mass was assisted by the Rev Father Hugh Daly of Ellzabothtown and tho Rev Fathers John J Fltz erald and J A OGrady of Louis Mlle A large concourse followed the emalns to their last resting place in Grove Hill cemetery IMPIIESSIVL lUTES The chapel of Sacred Heart Jte trent on tile Newburg road was crowd cl last Sunday afternoon by Jatholics from every section of Louls ille who desired to witness the ceremonies attending the reception of the habit by several postulants of tbo Passionist order Brother rancis Xavier whose name in the iorld wal Daniel MeKeown made 118 profession Paul Snatch of Cin inuatl William Quinn of St Aloy filus parish this city and uMI ai tingles of Parsons Kns received the habit The impressive ceremon- Ies were conducted by the Jtev ather Wilfrid Avery Master of ovlces IXJUIIKD FIHEMEX William Doyle of the No 4 Engine Company who was Injured while en route to a fire several weeks ago Is somewhat Improved ut he IB not yet able to return to sty Eugene Sullivan of the No3- Hook and Ladder Company wilt not- be able to resume tits duties In the apartment for several y8kstrhe a aneweringfireJ afretaJid iEalckbheiJhrown doff I jj i 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 iii5 m = BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY WHISKYIII I f I yf H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky W 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SUrf TUB cVrknaAT I- NORTH STAR RffRlGfRU The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value tbat are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public e N + 0 +ONN4iNO-ME 4 i PHONE 5687 GUMS Main 27121ii FUOHSi HENRY i i JI FLORIST atoiiPlants Designs and Cut Flowers ii- ii iCharlesi N N NNN N e + iWE WANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass Style o 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 I F SULLIVAN Manager UJADQUARTERS JJOR-o Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season SprJUZLamb1 city We also carry Early FrniU and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY M j BANNON P BANNON IL H M WOLTRINO Pfii dt Mar VlciPrtsil Trias Stcrtlary FF1 BannoB Sewer Pipe GoON Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Baanons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadalts Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving prick Fire Pree Iag Flue Pipe Flae Liain Fire Hrick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBPIIONBI573 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet oth and loth TBLBPJIONB 2833 AIatii A A AA1e1 e f0 4a1AAeAiu u IPit2Itti GEHER DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge jIlENTlHC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING i Horses Celled par and p llfered i OFFICE AND FORD f 713 ai 111 isTlteer r