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IU a Io I a 0- c r ii KENTUCKYIR1SII AMERIcAN t j J VOLUME XXIVNO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 29 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS r MUDDLED Are the Political Waters ol Great Britain Over the Elections Irish Nationalists Hold Bal ance ot Power in New Commons Rumor That Premier Asquitjh Proposes to Hedge Is Afloat lHOME RULE IN THE DISTANCE The elections in Great Britain and reIsuItI made greater gains than had been I anticipated This leaves the Irish Nationalists holding the balance of power King Edward will open Par liament on February 15 with full state ceremony Much depends on the tenor of the Kings speech and the Redmond followers are nil on the qul vive i From apparently authentic yet uuauthoratlve sources various measures are expected to be promised by I the King These measures include Welsh disestablishment unemploy ment insurance and the veto of the House of Lords After the address in reply to the Kings speech the veto power of the Lords will be the first measure taken up Well defined rumor has it that Premier Asqulth Is dodging on the Lords I proposestoonly proposes to deprive Peers of the financial bills It is practically cer thin that such a measurc will not satisfy n majority of the Liberals and will not be at nil satisfactory to the Irish Nationalists If Premier Asquith carries out this policy it will cause a split in the Liberal rallkRIlion LloydGeorge Chancellor of the Exchequer and author of the dlssoll11tlonan address at Stourbrldpe on Tues day night Ho had just learned that lie had been reelected though by a reduced majority In brief he said that the election hail been won by aII bold strong policy aud If the Lib eral leaders now listened to the I counsc1 tlmlUY nn tlness the t1 iocrncwoulll he 11IfI isted and would abandon them 1 A J1 Balfour the Unionist lender iif ruI also been elected but by arciI diced majority He is the man that cheated the German war scare In a sjlccch this week on the night his iiiu n was announced he said I m in all solemnity that Iif the langer is neglected there will forldalouRllrong time This election may IIJ budget It certainly will Ib tariff reform or homo the House of Lqrds These fa which the country will Ii Ide separately I for the English end of It A L John E Hedmond and 1 Ilii ties are saying little hut Sn V Tim Jiealy an anti lC has been reelected for Nor i Healy has always pro VB disturber and his elect not be of any benefit ciithe constituents or to Ire land 11I I UJM Mhe situation ns it nov standsH B the Liberals nor the lnioiitave a clear majority If theM hope to do anything theyv B secure the support I ofCtheM Wists and Premier A ftfftliS BfiIto fight to reform the prlvl TJ the Lords and to pass thelhluh failed of pass age last WE I To Mr RedmoncJ and his party all questions are anil must be sub- miervient to home nle for Iremnnd Well versed politidlans declare that home rule is yet afpr off They say 1Ulat the reform of the House of Lords must come first and any at temptnt such a measure will pre cipitate a great and prolonged struggle One thing is certain the Irish party holds a key to strategical politics In the coming Parliament One surprise of the elections in England Is that time manufacturing centers with a few exceptions have gone for free trade while the rural Districts shifted to protection I AGED RHSIDENT SUCCUMBS The cold hand of death was laid on Julia Schwab a venerable resident of time East Esd at his home 1907 Frankfort avenue on TuesdayII morning and the funeral were held at St osevhschufcU oniit Thursday morning The deceased was seventythree years old and was a native of Germany but had speattl fifty years in Louisville Mr Schwab was a retired wine merchant and for nany years furnished altar wines forth i clergy Few men were better known or more highly inspected In Ills day Tie Is survived hy lila wife and four children Th children are MrsJbha atjMorlts Andrew anti MicVaerSohwri and Joha 8Mfer ManY M ftitq4 attended 1bia retiiMfl snail ARTHUR IYNCH WINS Col Arthur Lynch is again beard from He has been MUeted ae Mem ber of Parliament for Jllalt CUre and will H toM ooUMMRMQ fledm 4 Australia of Irish parents and comes from a noted Galway family At the outbreak of the Anglo Boerwar he I went to South Africa as the war correspondent of a New York newspaper I Instead of writing news he took up the cause of the Boers and fought valiantly against the English That was treason on his part and after returning to England he was arrested and imprisoned Ho was elected to Parliament from Galway but was rejected He Is all right now and may be heard from credit ably In the future Col Lynch 1isI finely educated having carried away the honors of his class at Heidelberg Germany CALLED SUDDENLY James Treston Goes t6 His Eternal Rest Without Warning James Treston dead It cant be possible I saw him at mass this morning That was an expression freely voiced in the West End last Sunday evening But it was all too true Mr Treston was at mass that morning and In the afternoon was dead When the word became public on Monday there were further ex prossions ot surprise and sorrow Mr Treston was one of tho best known and liked IrishAmericans in Louisville In the morning he attended mass at St Charles Borromeo church lUlu received holy communion Early In the afternoon he repaired to the bathroom Later his wife found him dead on the floor of the bath room and unconscious When medical assistance arrived he was dead One of Mr Trestons feet was badly burned where it had come in contact with ttto gas stove It 1Is believed that the gas leaking from the stove caused a sudden heart at tack as there was little Indication of asphyxatlon Mr Treston was born In the County Care Ireland fiftyone years ago but had resided Jn Louisville more than thirty years For nearly twentyfive years he had been a trusteo employe of the Greenbrier I Distillery Company He had made friends wherever he went For years he had been an active member ot InterIestedI was 1him1 St Charles Borromeo church was crowded Wednesday morning by friends of time deceased to assist atII the funeral rites The mass of requiem I I was celebrated by the Rev i Charles P Raffo who spoke eloquently of the life of James Treston J I I 1BthrLt Members of Irish Fellow ship Club on English Elections Members of the Irish Fellowship Club held a jubilee meeting on vu iiitiitij In Chicago Time speakcrlllI were In high gee over the result of the English elections Several nota ble addresses were made by men I who thoroughly understood the situ 1 atlon Quln OBrien the first speaker predicted a government of tIme Irish by the Irish and for the Irish In part he said j The Irish now hold the balance of power in the British Parliament and can enforce their demands The movement for independence is part of the great general social move ment that is felt all over the world The battle has been one of the people In general against the Lords The haveIbeen working together I dltlons iin England have been get ting harder every year The Lords are fighting for existence Their doom is written I Attorney William Dillon a brother of John Dillon M P and a member of the Irish Fellowship Club said In part Ireland has survived seven centuries of un matched oppression The test ot I prosperity that has beert so often the downfall of nations is now to be hers The question is Will she survive it 1 I say she will Ireland has been the phenomenon of races In adversity She will prove the same in prosperity It is tho battle of tho people against privilege and I Ireland is leading the van Irish freedom Is only a matter of a few years GRAND CHARITY BALL The charity ball to be given at Madison Square Garden on February 4 by the New York Chapter Knights of Columbus Promises to be the grandest affair ever held under the auspices ota fraternal organization There are 14000 members ot the order in New York and It Is expected that every Knight will assist in mak I ing the affair a success The pro ceeds will be prorated among various- charitable institutions as follows Tuberculosis Home 70 per cent I hospital bed fund 20 per cent Free Employment Bureau iO per cent ItII iis estimated that the proceeds will aggregate 10000 Dip IT QUIBTIA Call uuorange grove If y uI1 I want tout he certainly handed JdentOlJrortHuI developed that aT Keating had bet married In TejcM antI had I not let liii frlsjris Here kuowr about It until Monday Mr Xeatingwas well and favorably known h eli a venuitlle writer ol prose and Terse I hum bride owns a large orange grove I I I in Southern Florida and the erst I w ile Kentucky poet II taMr spending j I his boa ytu fc the l Bf of flowersIJ J t 1ridoaagI 1 o VENERABLE President ol Auzelpcr Publish ing Company Enters Into Eternity ILite ot ProiiitjEnds for George S Schuhmauii Sunday Morning Many Clergymen Assisted at Mass of Requiem in St Marys UNOSTENTATIOUS IN CHARITY Full of years and honor and with the consciousness of duty well done George S Schuhraann the venerable President of the Anzelger Publish- Ing Company died at his home in Meadowbrook a suburb of Louis yule early Sunday morning Mr Schuhmann was popular among the GermanAmericans of Louisville and particularly among the German Catholics In the conduct of his paper ho knew neither class nor creed and conducted the Anzelger along the same high plane that he had built his OWn life His purse strings were ever open to charity yet his giving was always unostenta tiously done and never for adver tising his paper His family will miss him of course but the orphans and the Little Sisters of the Poor will also miss him Then too he will be missed by the Llederkranz Society Concordia and other musical organizations with which he was affiliated I and which he had fostered Editors I printers reporters pressmen and stereotypers will mourn the loss of George S Schuhmann To them he I was father advisor and companion as well as employer InII thereIII1dHis education and regular habits stood him In good stead He ob tallied employment on tho Anzelger and learned the printers art From 1854 until 1862 he remained with tho Anzelger and In the latter year theJSome years later he disposed of his Interest in that paper and became a stockholder in the Anzeiger In 1892 he became President of that company and held that honored position until his death He was as thoroughly conversant with the mechanical as with the business and editorial end of his paper and was dayI daughters survive The sons are the Rev Dr George W Schuhmann pastor of t Johns churcn Leo C Schuhmann Secretary and Treasurer of the Anzelger Publishing Company and Richard Schuhmann who is connect ed with the mechanical department lof the same company The daughi ters are Mrs Henry E Imorde and II Misses Ida and Mayme Schuhmann The funeral took place from StII Marys church with which the deceased has been identified since he came to Louisville fiftyseven years ago The solemn mass of requiem was celebrated by the eldest son of I the deceased the Rev Dr George I W Schuhmann with the Rev Father B H Westermann pastor ot St Marys as deacon the Rev John T OConnor pastor of Holy NameI church as subde1ton and the II George Weiss pastor of St Georges church master of ceremonies The Concordia Singing Society assisted In the music of the mass More than thirty priests of the diocese were present In the sanctuary and many of them went to the cemetery and chantd the office of the dead I At the grave In St Louis cemetery all the singing societies InLoulsvllie assembled arid sang one of Mr Schuhmanns favorite songs Calm I Rests the Heart IThe various musical and business organizations with which he was Identified have adopted appropriateI resolutions dn Mr Schuhmnnns death GRAND PROSPECTS For St Cecilias Bazar Are I Encouraging Pro moters The general committee that has charge of plans for the bazar to be given at Mackln Councils club house from April 4 to 11 for the benefit t1l1lghtI t1 I 1Of1fortun8Otheroo IChlrmaIi Rally also distributed the combination book The premiums ih the eombintftion books include a 4350 piano from the Konteuegroltlebm Muslo Oompanxi a rocker handsome U rug center table music cabinet Ufhi gold 4J Iron mantel barrel of flour two tons 1a1leIIrish UteratIJr The tickets re worth tw ntrlT OfIDta eaeb and everyplrvn psrehiaiIia ticket h 1 ii tt J a chance to corral oneot these hand goodTimeprizesThe as it now stands is out of debt Thc bazar will it is hoped raise several thousand dollars more to aid in embellishing the edifice Both pastor b3havingand consecrated on the same day HONOR HERO I Kentucky Patriot Remem bered In theDistant East I particularly are showing the true spirit of then PhilippinesGen tuckian whose wife rilul children sthl reside near Louisville was killed by the Filippinb insurgents at San Mateo on December 19 1899 A stone monument now marks the spot where he fell On December 10 1909 ten years after his death n party of Americans which included Lieut Lnwton n son of the deceased Gen eral visited the monument and decorated it with flags and floral offer lags In the evening memorial exercises were held at the hall of Camp Law ton The invocation Was Isked by the- Re Father OKeefc of the Twelfth Cavalry After the eulogy of the dead patriot anti appropriate songs i the benediction was given by the Very Rev J H Volz 0 P of Manila University Father Volz was formerly Prior of St Louis Bcrtrand Convent Louis yule and is a member of Louisville Council Knights of Coljimbus RECENT DEATHS Time funeral of Miss Ann Deekcn who died at her home 3411 West ltookI ll- I Tuesday morning and was attended by many friends of the sorrowing byIfour brothers and two sisters Irs Annie ftaughton jn well and known matron of the Dominican parish died as a result of pneumonia at her home Oldhnm street near Eighth on Sunday afternoon The deceased was fortyeight years old She is survived by her husband Richard Nauglitpn and two daughters The place I front St Louis II on Tuesday ertrarAdiClUIrCh Maurice the tl the home of his niece Mrs L H earlyWedneadnyfrom heart disease The deceased was sixtytwo years old One sister Mrs T J Corrigan survives him Time funeral took place from St Philip NeriH church on Friday morn- Ing Mr Coughlin was at one time a bricklaying contractor and had ninny friends to mourn his lojs The funeral of William G OMara who died at his home 647 South Twentyfourth street early Friday I morning of last week took place from St Charles Borromeos church on Sunday afternoon His death was sudden and due to heart dis east The deceased was for many years the proprietor of a news stand and cigar store at 1218 West Mar ket street One sister Miss Laura OJtfara survives him Mr OMara was hlghy regarded by all who knew himIIIII IMrs Ellen Watson Baldwin died atI her home 1728 West Chestnut street on Friday night of last week and her funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church on Monday nlornliig The deceased was in her seventythird year and was popular in the community In which she lived She was born in Ireland but the greater part of her life had been spent in Louisville The following children survive John Baldwin of Louisville Daniel Baldwin of St Louis Mrs William Wuersch and IIthisIII I1he funeral of Julia Landes who at the finally residence 1120 East Brecklnridge street on last I Saturday night took place tram HoljvJI Trinity church on Wednesday morII ing and WaS attendee by many mourning relatives and friends The I deceased came to Louisville from Mil vraukee thirty years ago and has since been an employe of time lien tucky Wagon Wprks He is survived j by one son and four daughters For I many years he was a member ofII QIgreatI I Landes was a broth rin raV of Cnarles Falk I APPRECIATE PASTOR The guild of SU Johns church I Loveland Cal gave a bazar Tuesday I jI I I trrldayofIlalt I jt Father William Hewlett was for miserly a priest in the diocese of Louisville He attends every meet Ing of the national convention of the Catholic Knights of America SUPPBR FOR CHUROfr I The ladles of tW Blessed Sacra meat congregation hare arranged to ghr a upperandillea cream social In the school hail Washington and Buchanan streets next Tuesday even ing Mrs John J Barrett Jii Chair man of the committee arranging for the affair The Rev Father Daniel B OftaUlran put of the church was all ltle friends to attenfl SEASON Or Fast and Penance Rapidly Approaching Christian World Lent Can Be Traced Back to Time ot the Apostles and Disciples Abstinence From Flesh Meat Is Beneficial Soul to Body and II DATES BACK FROM EASTER Lent the season of penanco and fasting Is almost upon us During this time pastors will admonish their flocks to observe Lent diligently and those who are not obliged to fast will be urged to practice some other virtue Lent is a fast of forty days preceding Easter Sunday kept after the example of Moses Elias and above all of Christ himself In order to prepare the faithful for the feast of the Resurrection Some trace the origin of the word Lent to the Ger man Lenz or the Dutch Lente Others insist that it comes from lentils or beans most nutritious food and used in many countries where flesh meat is not available This period of fasting has beon observed by Christians from apos tolic times In tho early days the fast and abstinence from flesh meat was more strict than it is now In different countries the period of fasting in the early days of Chris tianity varied from four to seven weeks and In some cases included Sundays My degrees the period was unified and arranged to begin forty days preceding Easter which is fixed on the first Sunday of time new moon that follows the vernal equinox This year Easter Sunday will fall on March 27 and Ash Wednesday the beginning of Lent Jt necessarily fol lows occurs on February 9 The Lenten period Is a season in which the church admonishes her children to beg Gods mercy for themI showIt i Catholic countries the law forbade criminal processes during Lent and Ij the church reconciled penitents at dh t1t 1iAI ar fi aifreleased prisoners masters pardoned their slaves and enemies became friends As Lent is a season of mourning the church has always discouraged festivity of any kind during those forty days The body Is mortified In that season of the year that the soul may be invigorated and from early times communions sermons and spir- Itual exercises generally have been multiplied during Lent I Doctors of the body agree with doctors of the church that a period of fasting at this season of the year is beneficial to tho human system Instead of meat people are compelled to eat vegetables which are fresh and at their best in the early spring It Is then that nature is putting on her dress of green and be ginning to yield her choice garden fruits The abstinence from meat and the consumption of fresh new vegetables is a rest for the human system and a tonic for the blood Millions have been benefited physically as well as spiritually by these Lenten fastsII MUCH lIATERIAlJII for Discussion Crops Out at Recent Meeting of Dlvls ion 4 I There was a splendid attendance 01II cers were pleased at the large num reI years obligated The Visiting ommltttee reported that Michael OKeefe was Incapacitated for duty on account of the dislocation of his left shoulder harry Brady James Lyons and Michael were reported ill while John pholan was reported fully recovered President Hennessy reported that the State and County Presidents and the Presidents of the four divisions were planning for the due bbserv ance of St Patricks day When It was reported that the wife of Rich ard Naughton was dead the mem hers offered prayers for the repose of her loulJohn J Wlnn Thomas J Langan and Dave Rellley were appointed a committee to draft reso lutions on her demise The Rev Father Charle Christmas O P mfcde a brief address pn current topics that was well re ceived John B Brown advocated a thorough support of the Irish Parliamentary party not only moraiiy but materially QfDlvIS1IonI presence were Police Sergt Thomas Brown Hr Wish William j Phelan Thomas Dlgnan and Dr Charles JJdeleiu Back and all wet givenI the glad hand and advised to I come of boner It was iiugiceMed that Division 4 take some action regarding the high price of meat The discussion came general Stephen J W dWtJ rewon ter and urged each member to the RepresentaliveInvestigation of the high cost of living Dr Charles Edelen Charles Callahan Stephen J McBlliott William J Connelly and John J Barry wero appointed on a commit I fromIfood prices I IIIOUSE WARMING To Be Held by Division 3 A O H In the New Quarters I Division 3 A 0 H met on Thurs day night of last week and notwith standing the heavy downpour of rain the attendance was large Presi dent Patrick T Sullivan occupied the chair and while quite a lot of business was transacted those present enjoyed a smoker thus combin- Ing business with pleasure One application was received and Patrick Kilkenny was obligated The reports of the Secretary and Treasurer were read and showed a balance of more than 1000 in the treasury reportedthatIll was back at work and that Thomas J Callahan and James Horan were Improving County President Welsh was also reported as much Improved John Dillon was report ed ill President Sullivan read a chapter of Irish history that Interested all The division made a handsome do nation to the cause of the Irish Parliamentary party It was decided to hold the next regular meeting in the new quarters at the northwest corner of Nineteenth and Portland avenue on the last Monday In this month The meeting will be In the nature of a house warming Re freshments will be served and every effort will be made to enthuse the members to greater work in the In terest of the order During the evening addresses were made by State President George J Butler John Hession Frank Kenny John Brod rick M T Dearing and Thomas Noon After the house warming next Monday night Division 3 wIlt have no more meetings until the third Monday in February CATHOLIC HEALER Called After Long Pious and Very Useful Life 1oneoYLknown practitioners on Friday night of lust week Time deceased WUK eightyfive years old and his natural infirmities were unable to pneumoniaHisJohns church on Monday and that edifice was crowded with friends ypung and old who camo to do honor to his memory For nearly sixty years Dr Met calfe had practiced his profession In Louisville Illhealth and advancing i age compelled him to withdraw from practice eltV years ago For a while he retired to his farm In Oldham county A year ago he re turned to Louisville and made his home at 1529 Hepburn avenue For more than fifty years he had been parIsh church were large For a nunioer of years he was President of St Johns Conference of the St Vacent de Paul Society His wife three sons and seven daughters survive him The sons are James C John Dnnl1 Benjamin Metcalfe and the daughters Mrs Mary Howard of Nelson count Sisters Theresa and Mary Evangeline of tho Sisters ofii Charity Madame Metcalfe of the Madames of the Sacred Heart SttI Charles Mo Sister Seraphlne ofII tho Ursullne order and Misses I Frances and Stella Metcalfe of tblsII cityIei IAD3DRED IRISH TENOR jI i IWhen he sang last week In Wash ington with the Manhattan Opera Company John McCormack the J 1 prestIdentLucia After The first act tho President sent Capt Archibald 1 Butt his military aid back on the stngeto congratulate McCormick I and Invite him to have luncheon atithe White House which he did i next day President Taft to the tenor an alsognoI1 graph and wished him still greater i Buctfcps on the opera stageII I 1 IRISh ATHLETES WIN I Young IrishAmericans won ajj number of the prizes and at least one record wan broken last Saturday night when the Seventyfirst Regi ment of New York held Its tenth in nual indoor meet In its armory R J Egan ran a half mile In 157 beating the record of 158 45 made by Mel Sheppard in 1907 D J McCue won the seventyyard dash In 08 15 seconds and C Ti McBlyeen won the 600yard run In 122 35 P A Malone ran and won tthe mile In 440 35- 0ItltlNlCi ILlS DEGRBE Louisville a represented among the Dominicans of time United States who have recently obtained degrees at various co es lii Burpp Her repneeintittlvfi i yt the Rev Father Anbrose MdHut who won the tie greeof LoentlM Pf Sacred Theol bgjr HettnO j One of the prpfessora atitbe Dowlntcas House of Studies at pfiMklngton Father MoHuga U a 541 of Pfttrfck MoHngli of this nt 0- i PAULISTSr Celebrated the Golden Jubileeiof Foundation With Duo Ceremony Great American Order That Has Accomplished So Much missions to NonCatholics time Principal Work of These Fathers WILL BUILD SPLENDID HOME The Paullst Fathers celebrated foundingInweek but the crowning feature will bo a mass meeting at Carnegie Hall next Wednesday evening when sev eral distinguished laymen will make addresses Services were held every day this week and among those who assisted were Cardinal Gibbons Bishop HIckey of Rochester Arch bishop Farley of New York Mon signor Falconlo the Papal Delegate the Right Rev Joseph F Mooney V G of New York City the Rev Father Thomas J Campbell S J and the Rev Father E J Fitzgerald j O P Besides these sermons r were delivered by the noted Paullst orators Fathers Walter Elliott and Thomas F Burke A little more than fifty years ago Pope Plus IX by a special decree of the Congregation of Bishops and regulars separated the Revs Isaac Hecker Clarence Walworth Augus tine Hewitt and Francis Baker from the Congregation of Redemptorlsts and bade them continue the good work of the salvation of souls in tho United States along their chosen lines That decree is dated March 6 1858 and it says Since however it is represented to His Holiness that the petitioners spare no labor in the prosecution of the holy missions in the conversion of souls and in the dissemination of Christian doctrine and for this reason commended by many Bishops it seems most expedient to His Holiness to withdraw thorn from the Congregation of Re demptorists that they might apply themselves to tho works of the sacred ministry under the direction of the local Bishops c acct sJd Jeda o QJIio t these devoted and talented priests could do more for what they deemed was their special vocation the con version of America to the Catholic Church outside the Reflomptorlsts than within the Jurisdiction of the great order founded by St Alphon sus The separation from the com munity in which they were professed was the source of much sorrow onIIboth sides but Father Hecker and i his companions felt that it was the iwill of God These five first Paullsts were all Amerlan born and had come as con verts to the Catholic church from the verb heart of Protestantism They bore with them the conviction that If American nonCatholics only knew the Inner beauty of the church they would make great sacrifices to be come Catholics and so they felt their life work was to present the doctrines of the church in her most at tractive forms and aspects to Amer ican nonCatholics This high and holy purpose WAS great enough to consume their energies and to cIa 1mIthe homage of their lives They gladly organized themselves Into a community with their vocation before them and the golden Jubilee now be ing celebrated is telling the story j of how nearly they have achieved IdealstThe Paullst Fathers have been very active in preaching to nonCatholics J and also In writing things about the church that are of interest to non Catholics They have made war on Intemperance have aimed at the j elevation of sermonic have preached the press and established the Mission House with all standardsII diocesan mission bands the Paullsts developed a parturo In the care of at State universities Besides tho mother house in New York tho Paullsts now have flour- Ishing and influential parishes In Chicago and San Francisco A third parish In Winchester Tenn was established ten years ago and has demonstrated the excellence Of the plan to seek conversions in radically nonCatholic regions of great extent by building up a center of ferventITCatholic propaganda somewhat after the fashion of a colony Their university houses are at Berkeley Cal and Austin Texas and a novitiate at Washington D 0 that is affiliat ed with the Catholic Unlv rltyCIn connection with the present golden Jubilee celebration a commit tee of prominent New York business men has been orgAnized for the pur pose of raising 100000 to erect arDeW headquarters for the Paulist Fathers In New York City Among the nonCatholics on the committee Are GOT Hughes and Mayor rnMXUTrr BRBWMR Miss Mayme lJ McNwity aaf Arthur Brewer well known young ptonleot Ifardin county were united in mar riagf at St JameS church JUtaabeth town on Tuesday eReJ th etcfluKh Da1y performed the marrip D rite iMtt and Mrs IJrewer lilsee gone to Florida ori a bridal toyr The bride its the daughter of John Me Nulty t well known Hardiit county ftmer o KENTUOKY IRISH AMEiRI0A t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflU noted to the Social and Moral AdvaBceraemenfblf Irish Americans and Catholics 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 SINOLE COPY sc Entered ot tll Loulnrllle PoitoMlceM Scoad Clue ntter Addreu ell Commsaitailoas to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 29 19101 OUR DEPARTED FRIEND The newspaper community of Louisville suffered a great loss this week by the death of George 8 Schulnnann the venerable President of the Anzeigcr Publishing Company and Xcstor of Louisville journalism The editor of the Kentucky Irish Auierican has had business dealings with Mr Schuhmnun for several years and for years before a friendly acquaintance with him Mr Schuhmann was always the saute I polite and courteous gentleman in his business dealings Besides he was a friend in adversity as well as In more prosperous times lie was a man who had labored hard both physically and mentally in his time but one of those rare individuals who knew when to rest from trial nnd how best to enjoy the relaxation To Mr Schuhmann work was a panacea for the spirit and mind as well as for the body lie never shirked work but occasionally laid It aside only to take it up again with renewed vigor after a period of rest Music was his rest rand recreation The music of the Itlilne the Shannon the Seine the Po and the Scheldt nlike appealed to him As his ear was trained to music lie trained his life to harmony and when he entered life eternal It was in keepingI with Ids whole career he simply laid aside his earthly work to listen to the music of a higher sphere Only the recording angel can tell nil the deeds of charity done by George S Schuhmann Who else could recount the sacrifices he has made for his family his friends for the poor and distressed He lived a long useful and pious life nnd those who knew him best will say with the poet Brave trusty tender Christian to the end Sincere and steadfast kind and generous friend A loyal hearted son of Vaterland For truth and duty nobly took his stand And ever for time glory of his race By word and act t hS sought with Christian grace To raise nil Hearts and lives to nobler things Virtues to whicha Catholic ever clings That ho may rest Mn peace is the fervent wish of the Kentucky Irish American WELCOME TilE FOREIGNERS Kentucky is getting fewer and fewer immigrants front foreign countries In fact she is getting none at till front Ireland and Ger many The few that are coming are Italians Hungarians loIEIIml Syrians One frequently hears them called Dagoes Guineas and Ilunkeysand these terms are even applied by men and boys of Irish and German parentage The few immigrants who are coming to Ken tacky now are representatives of strong virile races men who will r make good substantial citizens and patriots of no mean order These men have come and are coming from countries where their rights arc denied in the United States they will get the rights elsewhere denied and they will be duly appreciative Our fathers whether we be of Irish or German parentage were foreigners In their 1 days they were called Paddies Micks and Slophonuses Today those that are left of them are men of brawn of brain captains of Industry in all lines and good cit izens Their children are following the professions Sons awl grandsons n of German Irish English and Scotch immigrants are working together for the good of the country Today they are all 4aic leans Let us help to make dieri ass of the new immigr iis Let us not only welcome tjjfjflttfibut invite more of them to come They will help to make I Amcrica the greatest of nations and will lend their aid to mule it the land of the free and the home of the l bra etjRAISE THE STANDARD As long as the American people are going to shell1 crocidlle tears over men like Walsh and Morse just Io long will they be humbugged by iNiKkwreckers and ruined by trust it lwliaers Morse and Walsh stole aniloni and Were provenQJlty1- More had 1M icouiita against him anti got lice years Ire prison If he bad bees a laborer and had broken t UIi window tQt 181 Joave of breed he would ate lota MHteww of IIus Urns xtIU Can ylpi Warns our boy fur neglecting the Iran for tikbr to more fentleawuil work when they stuck eJlnrisf pro pB U ahead or beak wrecker We are proor prate of curtatUbf the FhUeles the House of Lords but why not10f the pardoning powers of the I President A pardon for Walsh or Morse means more wrecked banks and more dishonor for America is the duty of Americans one and ItII to raise the standard of citizenship Even the President must not allow it to trail In the dust FIX TIm RESPONSIBILITY Justice James B Dill of the Court of Error and Appeals of the State of New Jersey has been for years culled the Godfather of I trusts1 It now seems that lie is helwanbasked last Week to give his idea of the most direct corrective of trust evils In reply he said For seven years I built up trusts For the last five years or spice I have been on the bench I have been I trying to correct the job Time most direct corrective is placing the responsibility for violations of law II upon the persons responsible What happened to Morse and Walsh Indicates the effect Put the respon noer1hucfining of n corporation Inflicting fine as a penalty is inflicting n punishment innocent stockholders Penalties should be laid on the persons responsible That talk hUB the right ring Would that America hind more such Judges INVESTIGATE FIRST In New York a few days ago umlaut was fined 2 because his chilaII dren were not sent to school He did not have the money and went to jail despite the wails of his family A humane truancy officer investigated I i and found that the ran hall been out of work for months amid that his children had neither food nor clothes The man was released and I employment was found for him It was u case of punishing thcman I 1ntGrIouistilles t apt to stake a mistake like this Poor France is suffering from the worst flood ifl its history Ist thrcntIcnedpeople wore being driven out At the hour of going to insteadII floods had caused a monetary loss of 200000000 and thousands of lives i hud been lost Time water is still rising Perhaps a calamity like this willrestore the people of the Ills tressed country to a sense of their duty Louisville everydepartmentperfect accord For that reason Senator Mark Ityans bill to nlijlUh the present City Attorneys offrj CorporatConnse approval Mayor Mead should not hoII hampered with legal advisers of doubtful ability and alien politics thlllliofI remember that each day brings us nearer to the grave Around us friends mid acquaintances are dying every dn5ti It is our duty so to live I deathlWeiI meet death and final jut1gmentII Every Congressman has one rII more newspapers in his district and ho should guard the 1 interests ot jI editors and publishers byvoting against anymepsure that will Increase the postal rate on second class matter Any advance would work Incalculable Injury to publish ers printers nnd allied trades The United States Hourfe of Jlcp resentatives lies passed the bill creating the Bureau of Mines as an adjunct of time Department of the I Interior If Uncle Sum gets after the mining corporations there will be rtore safety for miners niid fewer disasters like the Cherry calamity The United States Government certainly goes after bank wreckers At present the colony of bankers In the penitentiary at Leavenworth I Kas numbers thirty and of these sixteen have been received within the last twelve months To correct a ppiiejble mistaken Impression It might lie well to state I that the Wow YprHer wha was touched for 89000onfWonday IIght Jtan a I m4n llITll pt of ate tfupea with fatten lpuff- spitis ft sidles tap smocking gMtoh I i SOCIETY 1LW8J i L i I Mr and Mrs E J Langan are in New York to spend a fortnight Mss Christian Dougherty of Toy lorsvllle has been visiting friends 1In this city Carrier William Davis of Station F is confined to his home by a attack of grip Miss Mayme Donohue of Portland entertained her euchro club 01m Wednesday evening Miss Elizabeth Mulloy Of Shelby vllle has been the guest of Mis s Elizabeth Marshall I1IIss Mary Slbler of St Matthews has had as her guest Mrs William Schneider of St Louis IMisses Lydia Phillips and Llnnle Smith have returned from a visit to friends at Mt Washington Mrs M J MoClusky and Mrs B F Pemberton have returned from a visit to friends in Shelbyvllle The Misses Keating of South Louisville have had as their guets Charles Golden of Kansas City TheI AntiGinger Club will give an other of its selectI dances at Os Ji faders Hall next Wednesday even big Mrs James McKenna and daugh ter Miss Margaret have returned to Fairfield after visiting friends in Louisville Miss Helen Osborn who has been visiting Miss Dorothy Morat of Oak dale has returned to her home In Beechnioat Miss Alice Finnegan of Cannelton Ind Is visiting her sister Mrs H P Koetter 1S31 East Spring street New Albany Miss Louise Shelley has gone to Ithaca N Y to attend the annual promenade at Cornell University and to visit friends there Irri Katherine V Morlnn and Shannon have returned to Meadowbrook after a visit to friends at Shelbyvllle Misses Jennie Leachman and Nan nie Thompson have returned to their homes in Springfield otter a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville IMiss Blandlna Griffiths has re turned from New Haven Conn where she was the guest of Morgan OBrien Jr for the Yale prom Misses Anna Blanche and Mary Leahy WIesen of Crescent Hill have returned from a visit to their aunt Mrs W E Leachman of Springfield Ihe many friends of Miss Hattie tlnltII street I Miss Marie OBrien entertained from 4 oclock until G on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Salllo Cobb Johnson of Atlanta who is the I guest of Mrs Turner A Summers IWIlliam Heffernan a well known member of Typographical Union No arrived Wednesday from Nash 110 Mr Heffernan has accepted a position with a large printing concern in this city Edward Webers smile Is account ed for when one learns that a brand new baby boy arrived at his home Twentysixth and St Cecilia this week The new corner is the first and friends of the family want him christened Mackin I Charles Hnlbach the clever city nukingCompan I tines over the arrival of a pretty girl baby at his home 2107 Boiling avenue The little visitor arrived on Thursday morning Both mother and child are doing well i GeorgeAThursdayIFather Denis Murphy officiated at the marriage ceremony Mr and Mrs theirihavingSuperinteimdentagain twenty eighth birthday ut his hone on West Madison street Many of Ills friends Called to congratulate him and were most hospitably entertained His guests expressed the wish that Mr Kast would celebrate his birthday every month but he declared that he would not have another birthday until St Patricks day Miss Mary Goettel and E L Hngnn popular young people of time Kast End were married at St Johiirf church nt 4 oclock on Tuesday afternoon Many friends of the happy couple were present to witness the ceremony and to wish them a safe voyage on matrimonial seas The bride is the handsome and ac complished daughter of Cvharlefi Goettel of time Bardstown road Louis Ilugelmeyer Jr and Miss Emma Schlachter were married at St Marys church at 8 oclock on Wednesday morning Tile attendance was one of the largest of the season at that church Thee bride is a handsome young llady of Indiana and the fortunate groom tsa nephew of Louis Ilugelmeyer of Center and Chestnut streets Both young people have many mends who wish them many years of matrimonial bliss Sits Jullv Wjltry and George WMtty popular young people of the- Wet End were unltetlin matrimony at St ColumbftB church at 7 oclock ono Thur dy morning Tha Her Father John D Kalahr performed the marriage rite and celebrated time muaUal macs The bride is the o p ndllCocompUllhddaucbttrII i loll The forjunat groom responsible position with the O K ia dad Range Company and is U of Dick and William Whltty After a brief honeymoon trip Mr and Mrs Whltty will begin housekeeping in n cozy home oft 1hlrt fourth street The Irish 500 Club was entertained Tuesday evening l y Miss Nellie Me Bride at her home on South Second street Prizes were won by D J Si Ulecson and Miss KitaKeaucy Thus present were Misses Klta Keaney Jonsephine OConnell Kitty Lnwler Katie Gleeson Nellie McBride I Eleanor Sullivan H J Heinz Messrs Torn OConnell Dan bawler Ed Clem Ben Imorde Frank Mengher Robert McBride D J S Gleeson Patrick Fogarty road Dennis Hooli gnu The next meeting of the club will be held nt the home of Miss H J Heinz March 28 A surprise party was tendered Miss Mary A llcinhnrdt on Sunday evening Miss Iteinhardt proved a delightful hostess and her guests enjoyed a pleasant evening Among those present were Mrs H Brown Messrs and MefulnniPB L J Uelnhardt and F Messing Misses Victoria Nadorff Elsie Wolpert Josephine Clasjjen Mayme Wolpert Emma Smith Edna French Rosa Bissig Esther Sutton Blanche French Irene Monroe Oracle Reinhardt and Messrs Frank Nadorff Charlie Welxler Clarence Erdman Fred Schuler Frank Webb Charlie Nadorff Will Varner Matt Goetz Edward Dusch William Ooet Clarence Webb Edward Fagon Jnkle French Tale Nadorff and William Helnhnrdt NOTED PASSION1ST DEAD The Rev Father Michael C P died In Chicago early Monday morn Ing following an operation for ap pendicitis Father Michael was favorably known In Kentucky hav ing given missions at the Cathedral in this city and at Nazareth For the past eighteen months he had been consultor to the Provincial for the Western province The remains were taken to Normandy Mo where the Passionlsts have a com munity burial ground The Interment occured on Wednesday Father Michael was one of the most learned men In the Passion 1st order an or ator of ability a master of theology philosophy and science He was be loved by all who knew him JEFFERSONVILLE WEDDING Miss Lena Visaing nnd Conrad Storz well known young people of Jeffersonvllle were married in the rectory of St Anthonys church nt rr oclock on Wednesday evening Many friends from Louisville wit nessed the ceremony and attended the subsequent reception The mar range ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Peberl The attend ants were Gus 7 anti Miss Mary A Visaing brother and sister of the bride The grooms is a prosperous young business man and his bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Pissing of 008 East Chestnut street Jeffersonvllle THINGS JA VE CHANGED She building known as Berkeley PurIchasedI Irish province Itt ndjoiiiK College and will be used In tion university with the education new The QncellsII ciscans have changed the name to St Anthonys Hall Berkeley Hall was founded thirtyfive years ago for students intended for the Protestant ministry In the same room where the former Protestant Dean gave his i weekly conferences the Franciscans are daily offering the holy sacrifice- of the mass i BIG SIX BnAl1 8IIj Typographical Union No 6 of New York City gave Its sixtieth annual reception and ball at the Grand Cen tral Palace on Tuesday evening Tho attendance was unusually large and quite a handsome sum was realized 1Big Six will use the funds thus derived to maintain beds In the New York Hospital St Vincents St Brooklyniwith Seton Hospital for madeII patients awaiting I Colorado Springs where the Printers Home Is located MUST USE STONE lOSTSII Hero and there church builders are using reinforced concrete In the ejection of houses of worship Doubt arisen as to the permissibility of consecrating these concrete churches the question is now decided by the Sacred Congregation Rites which declares that a ofII edifice built of reinforced can be consecrated in the usual way provided the surface for the twelve crosses and tho posts of the principal entrance are made of stoneII I WELL WORTII READING The February number of Exten fllona monthly magazine published by the Catholic Church Extension Society Is replete with instructive and Interesting articles Its price is only 1 rt1 year or ten cents a month Extension tells of work in Texas forts Rico and among the Indians of the West Besides theta are several short stories that deal with the ii Fourth Commandment Honor thy father and mother BISHOP MAES JUBILEE The Right Rev Camlllus P Maes Bishop of Covington celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of his con s craUon very quietly oh Tuesday but the fornlal celebration will beheld in laywhen the embellishment of the new Cathedral Is completed Hit friends presented him with a puree of gold anti several academies sent handsome bouquets IJlLBorJrnFOURI reeleotltd Mayor of Kaoxville Tenn He kMMrrad M Mayor on tkPM for= mar oe lions though not oonawu UnIT Mayor BURn mud love made ro 4 to be thus ijgnatlr or MANY VISITORSI I Swelled Attendance at C K of A Installation of Officers Branch 042 C K of A installed its officers at a meeting held at Campbell and Broadway on Tuesday tight The attendance of regular members was unusually large and the number of visitors present was surprising President Harry Veene man occupied the chair and State Secretary William T Median con ducted the installation ceremonies After the installation President Veencman node an address of wel come to the visiting Knights Patrick Holley of Branch 21 St Patricks branch as it is sometimes called responded in behalf of the visitors and then delivered an excellent ad dress on topics beneficial to the order Gen Gus Kane made a brief speech in behalf of the Uniform Bank and told of the plans that were being made for a trip to Nashville to attend the Supreme convention llefreshments were liberally pro vided All business was quickly dispatched and members mind visitors marched I LATE GEORGE S I to the Broadway Theater to attend the moving picture show that was given for the benefit of Branch 0 The pictures were most enjoyable anti quite a nice summit was realized MOURN HIS DEATH The funeral of the venerable Jo seph Mueller who died at his home 955 Dupuy street on Thursday night of last week took place from Holy Trinity church on Monday The deceased wus seventysix years old ForIand other Catholic charities He is survived by Sour sons Beo George Peter and Edward Mueller and one daughter Mrs Anna Gensle His death is mourned by many friends and admirers BIG EUCHRE WjANNEI The St Rose Sodality of St Jo sophs churcn will give a euchre at the school hall Washington street between Adams and Webster next Wednesday afternoon and evening Some of the mOll prominent young ladles of the East End are Identified with the sodality and they are striving unceasingly to make this the banner euchre of the parish Special arrangements will be made to accommodate a large number of players DISTRICT CHAIRSIAN INEW P McCrory has been chosen District Chairman of the Democratic party for the Fiftieth Legislative district which in com posed of the Tenth ward He suc ceeds Thomas J McDonogh who re signed to become Clerk of the Quarterly Court Mr McCrory Is a hard working Democrat and his ap pointment meets with popular approvalNICE PROMOTION INICE Jr of New Al bany who has been Assistant Cashier In the Louisville office ottho Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company has keen promoted to the position of cashier of the companys office In Omaha He left this week to enter upon his new duties with the best wishes of a wide circle of friends for continued success I LANDS FORE iANSIiIP Thomas D Claire one of the hardest working Democrats In the Eleventh ward has been appointed u Constructioninn Repair Is not only thoroughly competent but Is in full accord with the present city His appoint ment will prove a popular one VISITING CHIEF I Col John J Dorian bight Chief of Police at Pnducah paid a flying visit to Louisville on official business last Saturday While In the city he met several old friends and was treated with great courtesy by night Chief Ridge and Chief of Detectives Carneya I BIRTHDAYaCharley D Shaw the ipopular mn ager of the Maaonio Theateree1e nraitOI his alxtyfirat birthdayon Tuetdiy Be r oeiVd many eon gratulations from Mend and admirers ICr 8aw to pod for many mow years iffts show business IIFOR YOUR SPRING SUIT I Ir items Phone 4961 126 S FIFTH STREET I M1 BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Prit S Mgr Vies Pro Treat Secretary Kentucky VitrfldErigk2lX- arau1 Co INCORPORATED aoturers of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 w ITHE SCHUHMANN administration I KNIGHTS OF COLIIBDS8 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Sioux Tails Iowa will build its own hall I Dongan Council of New York City publishes a monthly bulletin Time council nt Erie Pa is considering plans to erect its own home I The German members of the coun cil at Syracuse N Y held their sec ond annual feast on Monday evening I In Syracuse N Y Lemoyne Coun cil has a fortyfive team which played two match games with teams front Hibernian divisions this week Milwaukee Knights cleared 1500 I by the series of theater parties given recently The proceeds will be used in defraying the expenses incurred last fall by Archbishop J J Keane When the council at Manila Phil ippine Islands met during the Christ mss holidays Knights were present from Washington D C Omaha At lanta New York St Paul anti Mil waukee The Knights bf the council at Fargo N D have adopted resolu tions urging the support of the Cath olic press and have bound them selves to induce other Catholics to subscribe for one or more Catholic paper and magazine Members of Syracmm councils believe in taking cure of their boys and providing them with legitimate en tertainment On Friday evening of last week the sons of members were entertained from 4 oclock until 11 Incidentally there was a literary and musical programme arranged by the lecture1IFOR WOMANS FIT Steel ornaments are much used Brocade is much favored for brldemalds hats Blue funee or smoke blue is one of the newest colors One of the latest tulles Is a dainty fabric dotted In silver Among the Iil6 silks foulards are held in high esteem Dots and rings are much employed lu the new foulard designs Among the new shades is petunia It Is a favorite for street wear Flowers are again to be found among the latest coiffure ornaments The pretty fluffy ruffly Jabots are still the smartest thing In neckwear There are but few stripes among the new ginghams mostly plaids and checks Changeable satin Is one of the latest materials and Is wonderfully beautiful Odd effects are gained In chiffon gowns by mounting them over a con trasting shade Rich embroideries and ornamental buttons will be conspicuous evidence the coming spring All white or all black Is the smart eat thing affected in street wear as well SB In evening costumes Belts are again being featured on many of the newest costume designs but they are dltr reBtenouIIkl In tyJe to make them seem something ot uhOYOlty The latent dlotatel of fashion are- tothe effect that the yoke must 5a- of metaWenet or gauB frtlr eon Mied beneath a vej lof dark ekljoaor tuUf NEW MASONIC WednesdayNights EDDIE FOY In a Bigger Feast Than Shakespeare Ever Knew Mr Hamlett of Broadway A musical whimsicality in two acts with a company of eightyf- ive7iz7C7TULBYS WednesdayNights The Talk of New York Original Company and Victor Moore as the irresistible Kid Burns Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee THE KISSING GIRL Great Musicall Show with Apiella Stone and Joseph Miron in the leadiug roles CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladles and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIA Under the same management We productionshistoric HOPKINSWhere MOVING I Different From the 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BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Spfiajs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and DrawingRoom E H BACON D P A N WCor Fourth aad Market liSts Loulaylllfi Kv TllEATSIENT OF OARPBTS Carpets thatare tiften taken up can be cleansed in the following way whioh raises no duet sad leaves the carpet looking very bright and freak Get a Bucket of lukewarm 1water to which liquid ammonia In the proportion of a tablwtpoanful to also gallons taw been added IMp a fileanjKnwel fWmntl JH this vrriafr it iTrf M you canidsjrfpe tts carpet with the 1rrela Pau4irt and dnst will collect lql11ePI be your ftaiiMl The etathriuicda foreII quest taring sad thetnbe eb M 4M saolo se it 1 Y TOPICS OF INTEREST Discussed at the Meeting of Division 2 Last Week Division 2 A O It met in reg ular session on Friday night of last week and what the attendance lacked in numbers was made up in enthusiasm John T Keaney called the meeting to order in the absence of President Con J Ford and Will lam T Meehanwas chosen President for the evening And Edward J Keiran acted as Secretary An ap- proprIation was made for the Cath olic Federation None was reported on the sick list County Vice President Lynch read an interesting chapter of Irish his tory Dr R E Sullivan made a brief address on the Catholic Federa tion and his remarks on Irish history aroused great enthusiasm Others present also discussed the prospects for home rule and the English elec tions All wished God speed to John Redmond and the Irish Parlia mentary party AMELIA STONE Leading Lady with The Kissing Girl- IIARDSTOWN MATRON 1 KA1 Mrs Florence T lull one of the most popular matrons of Itanlstown died at her home in that city on Tuesday night She was sixtythree years old and death resulted from heart trouble The deceased is sur vived by the following children Mrs Robert Ilagan of Louisville Henry L Mulr of Bardstown and Joseph Muir of Louisville The funeral took place from St Josephs church Bartlstown on Thursday and was very largely attended lIUWAllI von IMCXIO Trinity Council held a well attend ed meeting Monday night with President Vic Esker in the chair The attendance was large and the committee named at the special meeting on Sunday tendered appropriate resolutions on the death of Thomas Burke The report of the committee was adopted President Ecker ap pointed a committee to arrange for the annual picnic und July 10 was the date fixed HONORED VISITOR Hon Jeremiah Sullivan of Rich mond and a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth district spent several days in Louisville on legal business this week MADE GOOD SHOWING I The fiscal report of the Mother of God church at Covington was read last Sunday It showed that the debt on the church had been reduced more than 11000 during 1909 NUN DIED AT EVANSVILLK Word was received here Tuesday or the death at Evonsvllle on Monday of Sister Isadore of St Marys Hospital staff in that city Before entering upon her religious life she was a Miss Minton of St Louis TALK ABOUT RELIGION One of the characters in Father Sheehans Triumph of Failure is made to say I never yet met a Protestant who was not anxious to talk religion nor a Catholic who WhyDecauaeso secure of our religion it does not interest us You know there must be doubt In order to create Interest A clever answer observes n Cath olic writer hut not satisfactory We should prefer that the Catholic was so interested in his religion that he would talk more about it and post himself for such conversation It were well if he would cultivate the ability to say a few words about the morality of his religion and ex emplify as wellits propagate its temperance or its purity or he might learn tp expatiate on the beauty or the significance of something in Us ritual or better still show forth the wholesomeness of Catholic teachings lor instance in the preservation of the Bible espe claIr in these days of destructive crltcisni NUMEROUS TONGUES Statisticians who have delved into the subject of languages tell us that there are approximately 270 now in use throughout the world To give absolutely the number of tongues Would be manifestly Impossible for the reason that there are still unex plored parts of the world where tribes are known to exist Until athhologieal surreys are made of every nook and cranny of this old wordltwJ11 be impossible tootall ify all the languages employed FOND OF SX3G6 The XnglUh have thareputatlonoff bSlssSf tt beet eatsrs but during put tvreiire mouth they tore Im maiooo egje m addi Itlae to tfc poteeLflf tfctlr own tern ebqtij CLOGGED Arc the Wheels of Legislation by Work oi Our DUn tory Solons I Preacher Politicians Planning- to Have State Vide I Prohibition NonUnion Workmen Delay the Passage ol Important Measures EVENING POST IS WRONG AGAIN The Kentucky Legislature started out well but like the airship that refuses to work after a certain length of time it came down to earth What is the mutter Is the dynamo in bad order Are the cogs from the rural districts in need of more grease Something must bo wrong Time latest development is the in action on the county unit bill Some of the rural solons insist that they will delay every measure before time Legislature until the county unit bill is passed In plain words they are working for Statewide prohibi tlon Kentuckians do not propose to llc governed by a lot of preacher politicians Some lire playing the game for notoriety and others for graft It would seem that the pur pose Is to niche every saloonkeeper go to church on Sunday willy nilly Will it not be nice when every saloonkeeper in Kentucky has to pro duce a certificate on Monday to the effect that he attended church on the day previous the certificate to be signed by his pnstoj On presen tation of the certificate to the County Judge the snloou nuns will be free to sell booze good or bad until the following Sunday The idea is ridiculous but it is not more ridiculous than the idea of blocking legislation pending action on the county unit bill Time State Senate went up in the iiir too this week and dropped amid denly on the public printer for ul leged unnecessary delay in the printing of bills Hut what else could be expected when the printing is being done by nonunion and unskilled thoItime The Senators are learning a salutary lesson on the use of scab labor The Louisville Evening Post has been busy with the Legislature this week It jumped at the conclusion that Senator Mark Ryan was opposed to Its pet school bill Mr Ryan proved to the contrary but what does the Post care about that The Post praised Caleb Powers when he was In jail chnrgedwlth being in the conspiracy to kilt the late Gov Qoebel It now opposes him because he dares to become a candidate for Congress in Tic Eleventh district Tile Post carried a fourline slogan at its editorial masthead lauding 1lihiam II Taft when lie was the Republican candidate for President of the United States Now that Mr Taft is President there is nothing too mean for the Post to say about him and time appointments he has madeThe Legislature might get busy with n new election bill The enact ment of an election law that would eliminate devices nt the head of the ballots would not be amiss The people of cultured Boston are work ing under such an educational test If it is good for lloston why not for Louisville It would eliminate many colored voters ant thus deprive the Republican party of its main re source in Kentucky Ry the way Col Lindsayand Major Patrick Ridge are to be con gratulated on cleaning up idle iegroes who have been frequenting the pool rooms If the courts will handle these negro loafers promptly and properly Louisville will soon be rid of the black plague- MAOAULEYS THEATER Cohan Harris will present Victor Moore in their musical comedy The Talk of New York during the first half of next week It has met with great success in the East The Kissing Girl a new musical comedy will be the attraction during the last half of the week It comes to Louisville after a phenomenal run in Chicago MASONIC THEATER Eddy Foy the inimitable will come to the Masonic Theater during the first half of next week in the Shubert offering Mr1 Hamlet of Broadway a musical whimsicality in two acts Eddie Foy has always beep n favorite In Louisville and will come here with his entire New York supporting company HOPKINS THEATER t I The motion pictures at the noW todrawrowdeda day Every picture is clear tend distinct and each week the mechanical arrangement Is being made more perfect New films are promised by Manager Dustm for next week MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company Jie still Riving the patrons of its CnoPdnqand Columbia Them tera the best possible picture shows The people eernto like then and return for more 1fxtWflek the management promises new plcturea and Hero ijr each iouei TAXING Ti- The sia Cape Co Wp oapl work on wUoli is now wH under way was projected before the r roltitioo h BUSY SESSION Of Mackln Council Proved of Interest to Many Members Mackin Council held a busy meet ing on Monday night and all the members were interested in whatever went on The Uperg Committee was organized with Thomas D Clines as Chairman William T Burke as Secretary and Robert T Burke as Treasurer This committee which Is projecting the performance of Aulyn Kanstons new opera Among the Stars will report at the next meeting The opera will not be produced until after the Lenten season The Gymnasium Committee was instructed to consider the ad visability of erecting a tennis court and hand ball alley on the vacant lot adjoining the club house This com mittee will probably make a report at the next meeting President John T Kenney presided Monday night and the attendance was fairly good The greater part of the even ing was spent in the transaction of routine business JOSEPH MIKOX Principal Comedian at Mncauleys Next Week QUIP ailllKS BKPUTIKS Several county offices have suf fered from the ravages of the grip this week Louis Buyer one of the popular turnkeys at the jail is con fined to his home with a very severe attack At last accounts he was somewhat improved In the County Clerks office Miss Travis Kay anaugh John Mnckey Benson 0 Herr and Mace loss suffered from grip All are back at work except Messrs Herrnnd Goss They are both Improving TRLNITYS ANCE Trinity Council will give its last dance before Lent on Monday even Ing February 7 The large hall at Baxter and Morton avenues will be appropriately decorated for the oc casion All of Trinitys affairs are enjoyable and President Ecker and his colleagues expect to make this one more interesting than ever FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer will be gin at St Vincent de Pauls church at the 10 oclock mass tomorrow and will conclude at 730 oclock on Tuesday evening The Rev Fathers Thome and Rueff will be assisted by other clergy of the diocese at theIsolemn high mass tomorrow SUFFERS FROM GRIP f newjj Capt Mike Wall the Chief of Police of Jeftersonvllle who has been III since Christmas and j who was on the mend last week Is now suffering from grip His physicians 1 believe that within a brief period he will soon be able to bo out DOXTS FOR WIVESjj Dont begrudge your husband a j fey hours spent with his menJJ friends Yet meet friends Be siderate privilege nail give hint the conjj Dont bother hint with troublesome trifles that happen during the day Dont whine and complain over household difficulties Dont overwork and flic tired and cross when he comes home Your husband1 wins see you tired and Irritable where he will not be conscious of n fast grains of lust which you may 1have dissipated nt the ex pense of your strength Dont let yourself get old and ugly Take time to keep yourself young and to cultivate good looks If you cant be beautiful try to be InterstingDont to cultivate your mind Head about what is going on in the great world BO that If he makes a remark on current events you will be able to answer him intelligently Instead of giving him a blank stare Dont inquire how 3ns business is unless you are sure from his face that he lies something pleasant to tell you IRISH REGIMENT HONORED I Lieut Bhlnelander Waldo of time famous Sixtyninth Regiment of New York has resigned His resig nation followed his appointment as Fire Commissioner of Greater NmV York Jfis appointment isI regarded as a handsome recognition of the gallant Sixtyninth PRIH TS AS TEACHBRS The Rev Fathers Madigan and Shill two young priests recently ordained In Ireland have gorse to Cebu- Philippine Wanda They will net as teachers of English in the summary atCebuiit OWBAT SRMINAKVl n Rorheaer ids a p prb MmlnftryT St Bernard r It Lnaa founded and nourished by the late Bishop Mc Quaid He made It his fifes work Zw a year After his death nfoety 1 FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE JTT a OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it lelephone 452 SIELNNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY 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FarrandC- eciiiauMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 6118630 FOURTH AVENUE dhUUUUUU n t uU Best to Be Had An ever Increasing host of satisfied custom ers In Louisville New Albany and Jefferson vlile testify to the quality and freshness of Mulloys goods Try his I SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for 45c S ROSTBRBI I 450 PER TON Never Mind Use FOX RIDGE and forget It- T SCANLONxrnoorporeatecr Phones 405 G T RIDER General Manager SEND THEs v KENTUCKYIRISH r AMERICANf i To the Old Folks in Ireland This Year 6 It Will Tell Them All About the Big Home Coming CRACKED 1 AND 4BUCKLED StlBctllVce LocationI A- FARRANDOESCILIAN Mulloys Coffees COFPBBR0ASTBR the WeatherJ- ust COAL CO Has Your New Plastering Cracked or Buckled If you had used our Diamond Wall Plaster tIt would not have happened KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporated Both Ppoues 34 f First and River Loul vlll Ky Also operating iloosler Wan Plaster Plant Jcffcrnoavllle Ind Phone 888 PR JT CHAWKs Veterinary Infirmary ahi Horse Skoeiiig Fortea SCIEKT1TJC AND PRACTICAL MORSE SKOEHM1 tioN CM4 ro sail DeIIM red OFFICE AND FOMB N341i lif1NE PI HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Past WeekGeneral- News Nates The division at Manchester N H lias 300 members and 1200 In its treasuryThe Initiation will take place at the meeting of Division 1 uti February 13 Next Friday night Division 2 will install its Officers and elect a Secre tary to succeed Tim Stone At Scranton Pa the Hibernians will unite with the Irish Arnerlcans in celebrating St Patricks day this year The Right Rev Bishop McGolrlck attended the recent instnlhitlon of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary in Duluth Mum- Dltision 1 meets Tuesday night anti the business Is of such im portance that n large attendance of members is urged- Archbishop John J Olcnnnu of St Louis will be the principal speaker at the St Patricks day celebration in Milwaukee this year Milwaukee lllbernlnnn have planned to celebrate Robert Kinmets birthday on March 4 Joseph W Kenriey of Indianapolis will bfc the principal speaker The Ladies Auxiliary expects arousing meeting Wednesday night A number of interesting measures will be discussed and a programme for future work adopted willion day reo member their meeting Monday night at Nineteenth timid Portland avenue There will bo a nousewarming to which nil the divisions are invited Time fortyeight divisions of the order in New York City have de elded to hold their annual street parade on St Patricks day and James Dories has been elected Grand Marshal Ladles Auxiliary Division 8 of Syracuse N Y gave an old fash ioned promenade party on Thursday evening A prize was awarded the couple wearing the best old lash ioned costume Ladles Auxiliary Divi ion r of Superior Wis had an excellent musical1 1IIml literary programme at their recent installation The Rev Father Cunningham delivered an in structive talk on Ireland County President Welsh is again able to be out tend with State Presi dent Butler and Presidents Walsh Ford Sullivan and Hcnnessy will soon outline the programme for the observance of StIatricks tiny The County Board has decided that reiSundayMarchwill honor St Patrick mind their faith In Waterbury Conn Divisions 1 and 2 the Ladles Auxiliary and the uponthethat Irish history be taught in time public schools The members of time board have taken the matter under considerationThe division has been or ganized in Scott county Minn It is located at Prior Lake and was given a magnificent start More than fifty members from time other three divis ions were present The Rev Father I John Deere erns elected President of the new division FREAK DISPLAY WINDOW Pedestrians on Fourth avenue this week have been much amused at the display of thermometers in one of the shop windows A placard announces a special sale of ther mometers at reduced prices Those who atop anti look notice that some of the thermometers register forty degrees others fifty and still oth ninetydegreesfeels warm and glances at the thermometer registering ninety he feels like shedding his overcoat If the cold man sees the mercury a thirty he feels colder The window Is artistically arranged but th thermometers ought to be taken ou and regulated YOUNG LIFE CLOSED The funeral of Thomas A Burke who died at the family residence 1301 Highland avenue early Satur day morning took place from StJJ Brlglds church on Monday morning I and was attended by many JlOlIrllII fag friends and relatives Death resulted from a complication of nil meats Mr Burke was only twenty two years old but was winning an enviable position in local commercial circles At the time his last Illness developed he was floor manager off a f the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse He was an active member of Trinity Council Y M JHe Is survived by his father Patrick Burke five sis ters and two brothers NEW ALBANY Y MIS BUSY Unity Council Y M I of New Albany will give a select dance on I Monday evening February 7iIt will- be time last before Lent on Tuesday February it will give a euchre at tJJosephs Hall Both of these will be given under the auspices of the Gallagher Club andt President lohn S Mattel invites all his friends from Mackin and Trinity CoUncils to at tend one or both fetes Unity will give one of Us regular dances next Monday nightMRECUPERATING IN PLORnA Col Tplin IT Whalleri has gone fo Florida to remain until spring by Mwhichwin be fully restoreiJYOUNG rHOPiJI ACTIVB The Btwclal OTBtoittee of Macktn- iCouncils I boy and their ladles met at tbclub house Wedueadar night to arrange for Jfacklnt booth at the bazar for the new Churcn of St SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I- DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and T7tirtlTuesda- yPresidentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr ScrgcantatArmsJouls Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J FordIVice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretarytrim J Stone Financial Secretory John T Keaney Treasurer Joseph Lync- hSergeantatArmsDavid lMur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 MeAts First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Stevens Financial Secretary John G lies slonIrcasurerDanlclJ Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon ScrgcantatArmsJamcs P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HcnnessyVice Financial Secrcatry Thomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J WlnnlrcasurerI1aI1Y Brady CallughonOutside Sentinel Michael McDer mott DIVISION 1 JRFFERSONVIULE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording Mc GrodyFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings nt ClubI House 344 South Twentysixth KenneyFirst L LnnnhnnSecond ShcrleyCunlf1Recording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWillieA Financial Secretary Frank 0 AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Not Like Certain Doctors I1- I Dr J A Dronln of St Johnsburr Vt writesI Feb Z01901 I am not as certain Joctore are antagonistic proprietary medicines when I know their vale Aa to Pastor Koeniga Nerre Tonic I have tested Its quality a long time ago and have often prescribed the same for persons who applied for it repeatedly afterwards Hoperllle W Va Sept 6 1007 is farmer being often exposed to the rain I was frequently troubled with Rheumatism andI mj stomach was also afflicted The doctors diagnosis of my case was Indigestion Last fallt I was troubled frequently A pain beginningi I my right aide would move towards ray stomach and would become so Tlolent that I suffered + s much as a human being could endure for hours at a time I then began to take Pastor KoenlgsI NerroToulo and after having taken the first spoonful tha pain stopped Then I took thereat of thebottle and the pain hasneverreturnedI FRANE IlEeSll FREE A Valuable Book on Nor eadaSamptbottle tients also eel the medlcln Irew YtKOENIG MED CO Chloago III Stmeott 6 for Large 3lz 176j 6 Bottlii for IB Cecilia Frank Lanahan was elected Chairman and W A Link Secretary The ladies will act separately an will chopse their officers next Tuesday night Encouraging talks were made by President John T Kenney and Past President James T Shelley INTERESTING INVALIDS Inclement weather has put many people on the sick list Among those re Mrs Kate Henley who is suffer- Ing from an attack of grip at her home 345 North Twentysixth street Mrs George Miller and son Ed ward of 371 North Twentysixth street who have been suffering from grip are much Improved SirM William A Crader of 2110 Rowan street Is confined to her home with pneumonia iMra Knadler of Twentieth and Main street who has been 111 id much unproved Jiissps Lottie and Mury Crawley of 2009 West Main street are able to be out titter an illness of two weeks ALUMNI FEAST The many alumni of time Georgetown University Who reside in New held a banquet attbe Hotel anhattan on Tuesday evening Two former Lotiisvllltt boys were among those present They were James S McDonogh who isi Secretary of the Altuaui A8ociation and B Halsey- alone who lai a member of the Committee President oseph Healy was the toastmaster Th speakers were Ilev Father Hlm mel Hon Maurice F Egan Hon George Bi liDorteiyou Hon Charles NHarrli non William X Bryan Rev Futber D MT DytiJobn G Afar and J Herbert Doyle The ban gnat web a most enjoyable one o l IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I Michael Kelly has been elected a member of the Galway Urban Council The death of Father John Dolan Is regretted throughout the diocese of Elphln George MoLougblln has been ap pointed school attendance officer for the borough pf Derry I ArdpatrlckCountynt being kicked by a horse t responsibleforthe mountainous districts of County Derry I Dr T J Gels ton a well known practitioner of the city of Limerick I is dead after an illness of seven weeksII own by hanging County Cork He had been ill and depressedThe for the coming year submitted tothc Ennikillen Guardians is 38000 or 5000 more than last year The Right Rev James OReilly who was recently appointed Bishop of Fargo North Dakota is a native of County Cavan John CiHagan a popular Dublin solicitor died suddenly at Cannes France He was en route to Egypt in search of health The heroic statue of the late Father Casey will be in place and ready for unveiling at Abbeyfeale County Limerick next August At the recent Longford Petty Sessions there was only one case on- the docket and that was against a man who had no light on his cart Thomas OSullivan teaches the Irish language to 300 students in the Killnrney district and iins u special class for instruction of school teach ers Mrs Johanna Fitzgerald died at the Dantry Hospital at the age of 104 years With the exception of five years in America she had spent all her life in Bantry One County Armagh cooperation society exported 15000 turkeys 6000 ducks and 3000 chickens to England during the holiday season The turkeys averaged more than 5 eachThomas MteKlnsky was fined 10 in Antrim for cursing the Pope There was laughter in court when Constable Conroy testified that the accused lay on his back on the road wHile indulging in his abuse of the PopeA drive was carried out off the lands of Camms near Ballymote the property of Major Eccles in County Sligo Fortytwo sheep were found later by a Government in specter A notice was posted warn ling all that tho land belonged to the peopleThe National school at Tatty keron County Tyrone has been burned to the ground and all the furniture books and records have been destroyed The damage done is considerable and complaint has been lodged with the Omagh Rural District Council Very Rev Father Fitzgerald Prior of the Franciscans in Galway has removed to Cork He is an ardent supporter of the use of the Irish language and in the abbey owned by the Franciscans has caused the prayers to be recited in the Gaelic tongue WIHTESIDFDUITY Miss Nora Whlteslde and James T Duffy Jr popular young people of Jeffersonvllle were married by the Rev Father John OConnell in the rectory of St Augustines church in that city on Monday evening The wedding was an un usually quiet one and none but immediate relatives of the contract ing parties attended After a short bridal trip Mr and Mrs Duffy will matte their home in Tcffersonfille where the groom has extensive busi ness interests He is the son of the late Capt James T Duffy the coal merchant The bride Is the accom plished daughter of the late Isaac i F Whlteslde a former Mayor of I tfeffersonvllle OAPT MANNIX UKMEMBEUKI The proudest man on the Hill this week Is Capt Thomas Mannix of the No 20 Engine Company He fordyears cellent record for efficient service and attention to duty He was Te Gently promoted to a Captaincy and placed In charge of the No 20 Engine Company On Monday night several scores of his friends visited his home 1208 Rogers street and before Capt Mannix realized what was happening ho had been present ed with a handsome gold badge The pretlentation speech was made by William Schmitt Of course Jess asked them all to have something CHANGED HANDS Charles 1 Obst who has been in business at the northeast corner of Hancock and Brecklnrldge streets road sold out liis interests to his brotlmer iu law Oscar Wills the r popular bowler During the years that Mr Obst occupied the corner he prospered and now proposes to take an Indefinite rest Mr Willis has many friends who will old him to ward prosperity in his new sOTnd PtOL TpURSAIENT Phil Sheridan Councili Y M L of Bellevue has opened a pool tournament and all the members are very enthusiastic over the sport The committee is working hard to make it the most entertaining tournament ever held by the council I NADORPF BROS TIECBPTION Charles and John Ned orL pro prlirtpM of Nadorffi Oato UI Scond street are holding V reception today and tonight They what their frl n ii new and old to coml1jj and TUifrlftm jltlier during UJe d or evening J Sweeping= Out 1 Sale of FineIIIIII II For Men Women and Children III MENS regular 350 Shoes our famous Sunlight and other brands in all styles and leathers at LADIES regular 250 and 3 Shoes Pingreemade and other fine brands in all sizes at BOYS and GIRLS regular 200 and 250 Shoes in all styles leathers and sizes cut to 248 148 N Nda 148 p1Ladies 50c Hose for 29c Ladies 25c and 35c Hose for19cBo- ys and Girls 20c Hose for 12c BOSTON SHOE CO III IIIINCORPORATEDFourth Avenue II iJJ 1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE WI McKenna Distiller SS Fairfield Ky Ii GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SBII THE CBMSBRATBD NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATORR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines nat a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public N N N N NNN Creagefs Business SchoolJ D CREAGER Principal j Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kindred J subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may I ZhaveJ the business schools in Louisville Call to see us if ofiiSECOND AND BRECKINRIDQE NN NN faON N NNONN N N NINNNNN +++ + + 444 + 0 N N NNN N i WEWANTYOURWORK i Were Prepared to Do It PromptlyI I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANIIBI9 wxcaa GREEN NNNN NNNN N FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET F SULLIVAN Manager x ADQITARTIDRS E01 r Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambtheeIty 0 WCISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY t t + t f fora WIl t1 01gAYP- AlfiN6KOLJ3 Ah Itff Q 345 West Green Street rLItt 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