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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN it liiVOLUME XXIV NO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS I If tFORHEADSt l t With Ashes Next liz Wednesday r LUtaIs of Ancient Origin But r Has Been Greatly ModlHed i f Beginning ot Lenten Season f Is Very Closo at Hand f TIME OF PENANCEr f fshWednesday the beginning uf Lent will be observed by the clni- rchk all over the world next week It is the fortieth day before Easter the feost of the glorious resurrection of our Saviour Catholics lire not re quired to fast on Sundays although they are not permitted to cat fish and flesh meat at the same meal Time day before Ash Wednesday Is k sometimes called Mardi Gras or Tuesday of Grace and Shrove Tucs day because the people were In the habit of going to confession and being shriven of their sins on this Tuesday of grace In these days many lose sight of the religious character of the day and give it over td revels and sometimes to disgraceful orgies I The office of the church for Ash Wednesday opens with the solemn ceremony which gives the day Its name After an Introit and four col lects In which pardon and mercy nre implored for the penitent the faith ful approach anti kneel at the altar rails and the priest puts ashes upon the forehead of each at the same c time saying In Latin Remember man that thou art dust and unto dust thou shall return The ashes used in this ceremony are obtained by burning tse palms left over from the Palm Sunday of the previous yearThe administration of the ashes wall not originally made to all the faithful but only to public penitents These had to appear nt the church door on the first day of Lent in penitential garb and with bare feet Their penances were there imposed upon them then they were brought before the Bishop who put ashes on their heads und admonished them to dp penance that they might enjoy eternal llfe The penIteiits ViL re tlien solemnly excluded front the church Out of humility and affection friends and relatives of the pen itents though not of the same con dition used to join themselves to them expressing in their outward guise a similar contrition and offer ing their foreheads also to be- sprinkled with ashes The number of these persons gradually Increased until at length the administration of ashes was extended to the whole congregation when the rite took its present form The Lenten pastorals of Bishops regulating the observance of the sea son usually prescribe that the fast on Ash Wednesday shall be more rig orously kept than in any other day in Lent save the four last days of Holy Week Thirt six days are practically a tenth part of a year and thus by observing the fast Christians render a penitential tithe of their lives to God Ash Wednesday a day of fast as well as abstinence from fresh lIIIti As many working men nib women lire not able to be present at the solemn ceremony in the morning spr cial services are held in all the churches for these in the evening usually about 7p oclock At tlsesii services the Rosary is recited a brief instruction is given the faithful are blessed with ashes and the services close with benediction of time Blessed SacramentFrom Wednesday until the close of Lent the priest wears pir pie vestments except in requiem masses when black Is used On nil Friday evenings during Lent the faithful assemble in their respective churches to assist nt the devotion of the Way of the Cross In each parish one other day besides Wednesdays nnd Fridays is set aside for special i Lenten devotions The regulations for this year In our diocese are unchanged beln the same ns ordered for a number of years past WORK HARD Business of Mackin Coun cil Taking a Wider Range For three hours Monday night resident Kenney and a large gath Bring of members Mackin Council worked hard smith transacted an amount of business of wide ranger Only one member Robert Osborne was reported sick The report from the Advisory Board was received vltli much favor as was also time announcement that Mackina memorial window forSt CeciliasI t church Will be ready at the properr lime Much enthusiasm was aroused by the remarks of Messrs Sherley Cun itt arid Frank Lariaban leaders of tln who snPPcations DhotiiT r lice are determined io win and JIll contest nromlifte to be exciting 1 lon tr liefora the itnlama 1hee mmitteM that will represent Uie council att t CeOmw tuffr made an encour Ia nJ irti h lag entltd titI a laahl of d number of the aupt tun 7 popular young ladles in the West End Chairman Thomas Clines reporter1 that his committee had rend the lines and music of the opera Among the Stars and proclaimed it better than anything ever offered In this cftyt It is expected that rehenrenl- will begin at once and n great pro duction given after Kaster The council decided to have n joint meet ing anti reception on February SI with Unity and Trinity Councils asI guests For this event Mcsrs George Lnutz Ben Sand James T Shelley Charles S Baidy mum William Kcr berg were named the reception committeeBefore adjourning attention wasI called to time street railway service and upon motion Councilman Den Sand James Shelley and Robert T Burke were appointed n committee to confer with the officials and secure improvements W1NKLER ADAMS Bachelor Clubs President Has Deserted His Old Friends Consternation reigned supreme iin the Bachelors Club when Charles S Itnldy walked into Mackin club house nnd remarked Say fellows did you hear about Frank Adams A pin onoughforpened1 Did he get run over Worse than that He got mar vied said Baldy It wAs nil true Frank G Adams and Miss Gertrude Elizabeth Winkler surprised their friends bj being united in marriage at St Martins church at 7 oclock Wednesday evening The ceremony Was performed by the Bev Louis Ohle The attendants wore Miss Adams the grooms slsfer and Dan Weber Mr and Mrs Adams are at home to their friends at 2141 Kowati street The bride is a young lady of charming personality Mr Adams is Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors of the Y M L Kentucky jurisdiction and was for twelve years an efficient deputy in time Circuit Clerks office Among Mackins members he was known as the Grand Old Man of time Bachelors Club That club has only two members left Oeorge Simonis and Charles S Rally The question Is Who will be the next one Simonls or Itaidy SAD ACCIDENT Caused Sudden Death of Councilman Henry Wolff t I Hon Henry V Wolff a Councilman from the Tenth ward anti one of time most popular young men in Louis ville was choked to death Tuesday when a piece of meat lodged in Ills windpipe Mr Wolff resided with Ills mother Mrs Josephine Wolff at 1220 West Jefferson street Besides is mother he is survived by two sis ters Mrs Henry Wolff and Mrs Jacob Hubbuch The deceased Councilman was thir tyseven years old amid was held in high favor by nil who knew him He was of a jovial and sociable dlsposi j I tion anti mantle friends wherever he I went For several years he conducted f a drug store at Eleventh nnd Market I streets but gave that up to be come a railway clerk Mr Wolff 111111I always been an ardent Democrat and was was chosen to represent his ward in the council at the lust electionThat his sudden and untimely death was regretted was evidenced by the large attendance nt hula fu nernl which took place roam St Marys church on Thursday morning WITH THE SICK I Charles S Weber bookkeeper for the Louisville Sewer Commission Is able to resume his duties after an absence of two weeks I Urban Stengel the veteran con tractor is out again after 4in illncsH of two months Mr Stengel is good for many more years of usefulness Mrs Jerry Coakley of 32t Griffiths avenue who has been lIt several weeks is slightly improved Mrs George Itenger who has heel gripisseveral hours every day recoveringfronigripairs South Seventeenth street who has been suffering from a severe attack of grip is somewhat Improved WEDS CHICAGO GIRL Robert J Pryor the popular proprietor of the Old English Inn at Newport and brother of Oftlee- Charles Pryor left Sunday for Chicago where on Wednesday he was married to MiSs Elizabeth Casper time accomplished daughter of the President of the A T Casper Company of that city The ceremony was performed at St ClementinesI church The happy couple are now en their honeymoon trip to Florida and other Southern points UponI their return to Newport they willlt tape up their residence in the High lands UNITY COUNCIL BUSY Unity Council yO M T of New Al bany held a wild attended meeting on Tuesday night TBY8 reports readII were very ratifying to President tli Fred Belsj and other officers AllI oftlle reports were approved Iti was also announced that tintl Gallagher Club would give a Banc tai last Before LintIW the club ltoitaeori3fon8syinlKhtand a euchrej at StJo jRta Hall on Tuesday night The council voted to attendI tuna joint M SwGulFarsiwSe4 b1 Mackin Council for February 81 t v4 v CAUSES Lesseniua f ot the IlbernllUfIlorIt3 In Commons Most Exciting Election In Brit sins Latter Day Polltl end History The Budget House ot Lords and Ifoino It1110 Now i time Order ANOTHER ELECTION As seen by one of Americas closest students of European politics th general election which has prac tically come to a close in Great Britain and which was one of the most exciting III her latter day political history has been a sue cession of surprises Appealing to the mandate of the country on tiu budget issue anti even the more im portant one of a reform of the House of Lords the Liberal party anticipated a sweeping nmjotiiy a majority by which they coidd con trol legislation in the louse of Com mons independently of the votes neither the Irish Nationalists or tin Labor members Thus anticipation of a victory nil along the line has been rudely dispelled nnd if the Lib orals accept office which is naturally theirs as a result of the election their majority over the opposition party represented by Unionists andl Conservatives would be between twenty and thirty assuming always that they would have the support of the Labor element In other words Liberals and Labor membersI combined could nlxyays outvote the opposition alone The Irish National fists would then hold the balance of power nil what this would mean in the future it is impossible to de termine now Many causes contributed to tie lessening of the Liberal majority andt the gains of something over 100 seats made by the Conservatives and1 Unionists In the first place tim- emajority secured by the Liberals the generalI election of 1000 was an abnormal one The issue before the electors of Knglnnd and Wales then was a needed reform of the educe tion systems Upon this the constituencies had set their minds andi lotrmenarI 1 radical readjustment of that system was provided for thousands of elect ors who ordinarily voted with their opponents supported them At theI general election of 1805 the Liberals in the House of Commons aggregated1 l and this aggregation was In creased to 180 in 1000 Tlmntincreas- w na a merely nominal one but time increase from 180 In 1900 to 387 I i 1JOG was entirely abnormal and wasI created by conditions abnormal In themselves The questions of tariff reform and return of the House ot Lords haul also much to do with the gains of Conservatives nnd Unionists afclose tinny of the constituencies ordinarily Toy captured by the Lib erals on the education issue in IJOfr went hock to Toryism because theI tariff plank in the platform of Hal four Quid his party appealed to them or because they resented any inter ference with lime privileges and pre rogatives of tile House of Lords then the liquor interests of the country which were vitally affected 01In gists or in sympathy with womll11l suffrage anti thousands of others who disapproved the treatment ac curled the leaders of the movement of their unjustifiable arrest in jnany instances of their treatment in prison and of the sanction by the Homo Office of time harsh and irritating incthqds of the police As matters stand now time vote of Irish Nationalists represents theI balance of power in the House of Commons and in such circumstancesI it has been suggested that Premier Asquith may possibly decline to form a Ministry There is no reason whatever why he should He hatI been given time mandate to assume the Government leadership and that mandate Implies time approval of allI his election platform of the budget of reform of the House of Lords andII or home rule If Asquith accepts office the budget assuming that the Nationalists would not vote against it nnd its passage by the House ofr slightralteration would then become a mat ter of course Then thin question ofr reform of the hereditary chamber would confront the Liberals and this must be settled once anti forever be fore any attempt at home rule fis made Everything considered the position of the Liberal party in control of the Government would be one of con tinual difficulty and it is really not surprising that omen now there iis much talk of another election before time Christmas of 1010 OIIBIST IIAFIKR A marriage of interest to many in this city and throughout time Stat was solemnized Wednesday at St Boniface church when Mia II Eleanor Christ the charming and accomplished laughter of Mr and Airs George Christ became the bride of Tohnn Jtapletia well1 known and buogeesfuf yonrijf man Ai llarge number ot relatives and friendl S of the happy couple witnessed iliai oere tony and were prentat the reception that followed tth1IolBe J the brides parents at 1 H3 Beech 10f avenue The following 1ver tho attendants Itrftlcsmnid Jiiss I Florence Christ maid of honor Miss Lillian Hancock best man Fret HInkcbein and Messrs Joseph linn cock John ninman Joseph Johnson and Ollie Fields ns ushers The best wishes of n legion of friends follo + the bride and groom Into their now life PERFECT Is Body of Mexican Arch bishop BUrled Sixty I Years AKO Workmen engagedJn repairing the main altar of the Cathedral in Mex leo City were startled last week when In making excavations they un preserD Gnrduno first Archbishop of Mexico He was consecrated in 1840 His death occured six years Inter In 1846 and he was burled in the vault Catimce dral Upon discovering the body 1In preservationthet that the prelate was alive The wooden coffin in which the body had been burled was completely ueI suffered no change Time head of time dead ehurchniaii on which the miter still rested was slightly inclined to stlllLmarked the face The body was again Interred in the luadalupe chapel at the right of the choir room Im EST DEATHS Miss Elicit Holland a well known ladof the West land died at her home 327 North Twentyfirst street early Wednesday morning limo de agetheCecilias church yesterday morning mad was largely attended Mrs Elizabeth Loran eightynine years old and the widow of John M Loran died at the family res idence 517 East Jefferson street on Tuesday evening The funeral took place from St Boniface church yes terday morning and ills largely ait tended by old friends of the de ceased and her family t untimelytpussedIaway at the homcftrlls mother Mrs MadiMary 201Ghest son street ou Frhhly ecenliug of ins E week Time deceased tyras a native of Louisville and fortjt three yea ra old Ills funeral todkOTpliice from Sf 1Glrat l lst Ij rram i I iliJWI 3lnn day morning Mrs Anna Maria Lackman auto of the best mown and most highly esteemed matrons of the East mind + died at the home of her brother Henry Neumeyer 512 East Kentucky funeraletook place front St Martins church det ceased is survived by her husband+ Jtcnianl Lockman The fiiiiprnl of Mrs Mary Con nelly who djed at the home of her brother Thomas Hlgglns 023 East Green street early Sunday morning took place from St Tohns church on Tuesday Many friends of the de ceased nnd her family weleIn at tendance The deceased was fifty two years old timid was heM in high esteem by all who knew her Time remains of Mrs Margaret ODonnell who died at her home near Shelbyvllle on Thursday even lIng of lust week were conveyed to Louisville and interred in St Louis cemetery on Sunday afternoon The deceased was seventy years of age j ODonnellthe Louisville K Nashville railroad The funeral of the lute Michael OConnell who riled at the home of his son Daniel OConnell 352 North Twentyfourtht street took place from St Cecilia church on Sntur tiny morning Time deceased was ninetythree years old ana time of Ireland Mr OConnell carne to America in 1840 and settled in Shelbyvllle For many years lie was one of time best known railroad con tractors in Kentucky He Is sur rived by the following children Dan leI OConnell of Louisville Michael nnd Thomas OConnell and Mrs Mnry IJItnfirrnfI SarahambleCnvnnaiigh Mullnncy which occurredd at the residence If her eldest son John W Cavanaugh 733 West St Catherine street on Monday after noon The deceased was born In Ire land sixtynine years ago but more than half a century of her life had been spent in Louisville and she had been a devout member of St Louis Bertrands congregation since the Dominican Fathers came to Louts ville Her life was characterized by acts of humility and charity Three children survive her They are John W Cavanaugh Thomas Mullaney and Mrs John Brennan Time funeral took place from St Louis Bertrandtt uI church on Wednesday morning andl the attendance Indicated the esieem in which the deceased ladywas le1d1 OUT BY SAW ilrf I on Dixie 1Rvepue near Wilder met with art accident Tuesday that Caine near costing him his right foot foulllvan IB employed at the Chess Wyrnond eoppenige work and acel mtaUrt eppd g8Inltacw JJe WIUIat price taken to St Anthonys i Jr9fpUln ltiwill be spine time te tore lie can again UM time injur members ST PATRICK And Ireland Will Be Honorc- v Itcllglously and Socially County Board of Hibernians Have Formulated v Plans Proceeds ot Musical nUll Liter ary Entertainment tor itcdniond WILL RECEIVE HOLY The committee of Hibernians luis decided upon the plans for the localI observance of St 1atricks day It will be of n dual nature but feature includes the day Itself March 17 Time County Board has hadi 1time matter under consideration for a month or more Time matter was referred to a committee consisting of the State and County PresidentsI and the four divslon Presidents Inls committee has reported lac and its recommendations immure beer adopted by the County Board The members of the four dlvslous I will approach holy communion in n body at St Patricks church on Passion Sunday March 13 Time Her Father James 1 Cronin will cell brute the mass There will be no further celebration on that day but on the evening of the following Sun day there will be an entertainment at Macauleys Theater under the aus pices of the County Board It Iis proposed to make tills entertainment of the highest order and of an Irish national character Admission will1 be only twentyfive cents and it iis not proposed to have any reservedl gents Whatever funds accrue will be forwarded to lion John K Bet indiul for the benefit of the Irish Parliamentary party Attorney Thomas Walsh President of Division 1 will preside and Judge ODoherty will deliver the principalI address Judge ODoherty visited both Ireland and England during the past summer and Iis thoroughly lon versant with the situation abroad The leading male and female vocal Louisville will render IrishEmelodies pad a trained chorus of Irisa6ngsh s melt Itnvct W11I1I1ijlIOU nppuoYai of the StaleI t + mtr and tbvhnlotwf flcers Louisville Irish men and women hlng1Inllnclll1t his party in time present crisis It Iis high time that they were doing souse thing The County Board now offer nil Hibernians mina friends lIt Ire land an opportunity to shouttlmelt love for tune Land of Saints In addition to the entertaining musical1 programme they will hear adnresseH front men who are thoroughly patri otic anti who understand time crisis through which Chairman KedmondI and his party are passing Since the time of Henry Grattan Ireland hasi never been as close to home rule The Hibernians here expect every soul anti daughter of Ireland in Louis ville to do his or her part on the night of March 20 The evening will prove instructive and interesting and the cost twentyfive cents merelyI nominal The Hibernians promise to talk u up and to advertise it in short to make it the greatest Irish celebra yearaWith1 I State President George J Butler County resident Patrick J Welsh and Division Presidents Thomas Walsh Con J Ford Patrick T Sulli van and John H Hennessy in charge of affairs there is little doubt that Macauleys Theater will be packed In honor of St Patrick and Ireland IXIVKKSITY OIIAIEL DEDICATED At the University of Wisconsin last Week a handsome chapel Was dedicat ed by Bishop Schwcbach of La crosse for the use of Catholic students of that Institution The new church was erected from funds contributed by time Catholics of Wisconsin but one fourtJi of the en tire sum of 40000 was given by the Catholic citizens of Madison where thq university is located A fine marble altar valued at 3500 is th gift of Miss Elizabeth Marshall o Milwaukee PNEUMONIAS VICTIM When apparently on tlieroad to full recovery after n three weeks Josepldji early Tuesday morning Time newsI was a distinct shock to his host of friends nil over Louisville Where ho was burn and had spent time entire fiftythree years of his life Afte death the remains were conveyed toI the lhome of his sister Mrs I lluccher 611 Itoselane street I they reposed until his funeral took place from St Martins church a Thursday morning Mr Bademaker r belonged to one oCthe oldest antiI most firominent German Catholic o families in Louisville At one time he was engaged In the grocery buss tieRS in the East Evil And later wall for several years a member of the iLouisville+ Police fore bits sister and relatives have time sympathy n ninny friends in their grief FIXING Tim TRACKS s Workmen arepmittIngtlme tracks of the Louisville Itailwiiv Company on plain street wept of JiHghteenth in a betterooanittion 4ic the result df a ya 1 A visit paid the headquarters of the railway company on Tuesday morn fug by n committee from Mach n patheItd the womeTi who rote over the West complainedd c threatened until the members of uplastIlobert T liurlcc nUll Councilman Item J Sand all former Presidents of Ma eldu Council were appointed to walt on the Louisville Hallway Company and ash for redress They were courteously received by Col W H McClure in the absence of Col1I Managertub of Immediate attention nnd on Wcdncs daJtmbrnlng n Servo of men began putting the rails in order Mnckins commit tecnien nre pleased with the prompt attention given their re quest I SICKNDivision 1 A O M Is to Ibe Congratulated on Health rDivision I A O H mot Tuesday night wltii a good nttcndanec andI President Tliomas Walsh occupying the chair He annoimyd that the postponed initiation would take place tit the next meeting February electedk ling Committee made a brief talk andII congratulated the division that there was none on the sick list On behalf of the County HoardI Iresident Walsh made a report oni plans for the observance of St Pat ricks day The report was enthusi astically indorsed nnd all the mem kern pledged themselves to make the entertainment on Ialm Sunday ai magnificent success A full attendance of members 1 ist requested at the next meeting whomi the degrees are to be conferred on ai large class PROMOTIONS Awarded Local RailroadII Men With Good Irish Names Irish tames predominate among Louisville railroad men who have moved up to higher spheres in their various callings this week J F Sheridan Who has been Muster of iTransportntlon for the St Louis division of the Southmern railway left Monday night to take a more IlIi JmtantJlo HlonVitli one 6f the railroads in the West Before he left the trainmen of his division presort ed him with a handsome watch andI chain Theodore Laughlin a passen gel conductor made the presenta Lion speech former chiefr train dispatcherof the Southern railway hfis succeeded Mr1 Sheridan as Muster of Transportation Mr Carney is n native of Nashville bu is well tad favorably known inI Louisville Edward Hi Dulaney who has LeonI connected with the Louisville A sashvile Railroad Company for eleven years ns Assistant General1I Freight Agent has been selected for u more Important position on the rate classification committee of the arious railroads with headquarters In Chicago J L Martin who has been travel ing agent of the Southern railway with headquarters in Louisville for several years has been made travel ing agent of the same road and itsI branches with headquarters in AtlantaJames Kelly has been made as sistant general yardmaster of the Pennsylvania lines in Louisville John Seitz succeeds him ns day yardmas tor and Lawrence Ford has been made night yardmaster MOURNING IN JEFFEHSONVILLK Time IrishAmerican community oft tr Jeffersonville mourns the loss ofr John B Ryan who died at the lam ily residence 1035 Spring street ou Monday afternoon He had been suf fering from tuberculosis for severallI months anti his death was not unex petted The deceased was the sot of r the late Capt James K Ryan formerly City Cleric of Jeffersonvlllc Mr Ryan Is survived by his nether his wife and three children and sew oral brothers and sisters Time fu neral took place rom St AnthonysI BoyfFather 1I the mass of requiem VICTIM OF DUTY Mrs Alice Mary Yeakel a venerable anti beloved memoer of the victjmI to duty and who died at her home 721 South Sixth street on Saturday afternoon was burled frpm th Cathedral on Monday morning Her abourt through constant attendance at th George illeShe was sixtysix years old and was manny Christian charities Several grown children survive her Mr Yenkel has not been apprized of hits wifes death HOLY LIFE EYDS + Her Thomas P Hodnett aged1I sixtyfife anoh for nanny years the lie fpicatitgo died in that city lust iaturdar Father Hodnett who Was widely known throughout tlie country wits for many years Treasurer of the tTnltad Irish League In America arid whiIeH existed was Presidentl of the ftliitOel ion tot Wfirm prieit u4 n PENSIONS For Pub Ic Servants Over ofpThis City Aldermen nnd CouiicDmenXow Want Pay for Their Service Stipends Should be Equalized- or Else the System Abolished t NOW TIME TO CALL A HALT While uptimepeople are going wild on the pension question Where will it end School teachers wont pensions policemen nail firemen t1 ant pensions nnd some of them have them Who next Time Councilmen and Aldermen watt sal aries for attending to the citys bust ness If that goes through probably they will want pensions for services rendered Tlicre nre twelve Aldermen and twentyfour Councilmen thirtysix men in all At 10 a night It would cost the taxpayers 160 n night Two meetings a month would mean 720 or 6640 a year It might be remarked incidentally that there would be enough extra meetings tJ run the expense Up to 10000 a year Heretofore Louisville Alder men anti Councilmen have been scrv fug without pay Has the new force grown tires Are they more than usually impressed with n sense of their own dignity nnd importance The Legislature has under consid eration a bill to supplant the Louis yule School Board witha School Commission of five The State Sen ate has already passed the bill mud there is every Indication that too House of Bcprescntativcs will fol low suit It might be wise to ask the present Legislature to substi tute n Board ifGovernors say three or five in place or the present Gen eral Council Once the matter is sprung the members of the Oenerali5 Council will quit working for salar lea They will be satisfied to stay right where they are Meanwhile the Board of Police and Firemens Pension Commissioners met tthls week and considered a hill for rellillo1sloJrOlr members of the board believe that certain pensioners are getting too much For instance it Is pointed out that former Chief Filmore Tyson of the Fire department is drawing 1500 a year or 12 n month of the taxpay ers money He is not only1 able to work but is working KxCaptnln yeartm9n nobody would dare call him old In the Police department exChief Gunther is drawing 1500 a year pension nnd Major Kd Burke 1000 Col Gunther is now aged it Is true 1pad has green his best years to tho citys service Major HurKe one of the best fellows In the world Js good for many years of active serv Sec There are others in the Police mind Fire departments Wlio are draw jag pensions std many of them all out of proportion with the services rendered If there must be pensions let them bo equalized ns proposed lay time Board Of Pension Commissioners Let them apply only to men who are permanently disabled In the pSrform once of duty Many would prefer to have the pension system abolished altogether It might not be a bad IdeayGERMAN Industries Hum and Em ployers Clamerlns For Men rAn analysis of the official statis tics of unemployment in Germany during December 1909 covering all trades aril industries skilled anti unskilled in all parts of the country mployI ers workmenItho Germanpolicy is anti alien manh thousands of Poles and other falavs are allowed to remain In Westphalia ono the Ithcnlsh provinces be cause there are insufficient German colliers to work the coral mines The fictitious games of alleged unemployment published In the Radical organs nnd propagates bye Badlcnl speakers on English p1at forms are derived mostly from time returns of Socialist politicians antic second from those who deliberately falsify the figures relating to unem ployment to serve their own political ends These utterly misleading staL tlstics resting on no solid buswhatever ore seized on eagerly by British free trailers to demonstrate Germanys terrible condition AMONG THE STARS Chairman Clines mho gouimltteaY nnd members of the Mackin opera company immure completed time realm Ing of the lines and music of Aulyh Kanfitons latest production Among r the Stars and were unanimous In pronouncing It time beat yet Thjir opera will be given thin tipmpg and itlarJatendedtomake Iti Jteater jn every Svaythan anything erer liRfgre- undertaken by Mackin CouaeU J 0 IIIIJ KEHTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN tnotedto the Social and Moral AdviBcememeBt ol Irish Americana and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtnf Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COtecorpoi teJ Publlher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c BnUred St the UnUvllU PoitoHlce a SccoadCluj fUtttr Are llCo ma0Ua loBi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1910 AWAKU FOU EKlXt There arc some who have had an idea that the Irish spirit Is dead Ihi Louisville Such Is not the case That spirit may have been sleeping to a certain extent but when th call to duty Is made the Irish spirit in Louisville will awaken The Hitter nlans have undertaken to awaicc II this spirit for the St Patricks lay celebration They can and will Uo St- ABLE JUItIST WANTED Speculation is rife as to who willl succeed Judge Henry S Barker as Jefferson countys representative on the Court of Appeals bench Ill term will expire this year and the able jurist is slated for the Pres idency of the Kentucky State Unl versity The Democratic leaders lire looking around for his successor o the bench and among thos mentioned are Judge Jlatt ODoherty I 1JIon E J McDermott Judge Shack I clford Miller and Attorney Charie- F Taylor CONCERNING LEST Before another week rolls around we will have entered upon the season of prayer and penance prescribed by the church as a preparation for the great feast of Easter How will we observe It Will we attend the services as often as possible Will we fast if the church so orders us Will we work to accomplish other good acts in case we are not obliged to fast There is work for all of us during Lent Above nil Catholics should keep iIn mind the passion and death of our Saviour If He had not died for mankind our redemption would never have been brought about Those who observe Lent well wilt surely celebrate a glorious Easter USELESS OFFICERS Efforts are being put forth for the establishment of many unneces- sarY offices throughout this State which will still further burden the taxpayer without any return Of course the order for such offices must come via Frankfort where the l legislature is now in session But the people are awake to the fact that this office pro Diem is not so complicated that time cities and towns cant settle it to tneir own satisfaction There has been altogether too much running to Frankort in the past in regard to municipal affairs and it is time it was stopped The great majority of the proposed of fices and increased taxation are unnecessary and only mean in course of time comfortable salaries for a number of gentlemen who object to work This is a subject worthy the careful consideration of every member of the present Legislature who is supposed to be there for the ad vancement of the State and people POWER WITH IRISH The general elections for membersa of the British Parliament are at an- n end the Liberals Jleading with 274 seats Unionists 273 Irish National ists eightytwo and Laborites forty one These figures which are the very latest give the Government a majority of at least 125 against the Peers a bigger majority than any Ministry in modern times has ob tamed on a second appeal to the country and larger titan the major ities that enabled Lord Salisbury to hold sway for twenty years The Government is of course dependent upon the Irish party Redmond the Irish leader can dismiss them from power any day However no part of the United Kingdom is so profoundly concerned in destroying the Peers veto as Ireland to whose reforms they have been the most relentless enemiesThe Unionists reckon that OBriens five or six followers elected + a6 independent Nationalists will vote for the Peers but even so they are pewerltfllJ to defeat the Government even 4n an extreme case where tbaI Truth party abstain from voting Four supposed OBrienites have already j expresed the wish to take the party pledge to follow 1Redmond Undoubtedly the altitude of the Irish party on the budget when it is rein J Utrodue i disaseriou8 element of the 1Ittu tlonThey heartily support- eyoryu budget proposal except the increased whiskey tax which lifts the Irish diiiCllerlea sorely but there 1is- a possibility of fl deal between Red mend and Iiloyd George ontbta nolnt tht will enable the Irish Jir yt9auptrt the budget In Mty MSe they wont vlajr into leh adi ofthe Tory P ri by I tinnapSlUlt it C u f IVtt Ui The famous ground hog had every opportunity to see ins shadow if he so desired on Tuesday Nobodyva s blslll1nceI I watt for March 17 to come out and aneI j I fool it would show a more Hibernian spirit IIIfI the present Legislature wants to do something for Louisville itt would do well to abolish the pension system If the present system pension attacks are sutfercd 011 resentment the taxpayers of vie will soon be at the mercy of a pension ring Stop it nowII sIlentucky Colorado and Mexico have suffered from mine disasters i this week In each case many livesI were lost In each case some one was responsible The Congress of tono creatingea Bureau of Mines reportasI Madame Sarah Bernhardt is con I I templating another farewell tour of the United States The fair but aged Sarah made one farewell four years ago and cleaned up totourIIII I tune of 100000 Has she spent all that money WEDDED AT LEXINGTON I A wedding of more than usual hnIi portance in Bluegrass circles was that which united Miss Sudie Sulli van and Joseph B McKenna on Thurs day of last week The ceremony was i WillIiamI I a charming young woman Mr McKenna Is a popular young grocer NEW CATHOLIC DIRECTOR The Catholic Directory for 1010 whicH is published by the W II WItzhis Company of Milwaukee and New York is about ready for distribution Among the many inter esting features this year Isa care fully prepared report on Catholic Indians It shows that there are t 55711 of these Catholic red men who nre cared for by 138 priests COVINGTON Mrs Ellen Finntgan aged eighty I years and a pioneer resident of Cov ington died Saturday morning at her I home in that city She was the motherlnlaw of exDeputy Sheriff I John OMeara and was held in high esteem by the many who knew her Tho funeral took place Monday morning from St Patricks church and was largely attended MMANUS IN HOSPITAL Senmns MncManus the Irish story teller who appeared here this win ter in a lecture to the Knights of Columbus was unable to finish his j MichiganUniversity i Saturday j physiciansdiagnosed I mania YOUNGEST CHANCELLOR Ilev Edward F Hoban D D twentynine years old Chancellor of the archdiocese of Chicago has the distinction of being time youngest ArchbishopQuigley precedent high office CONFIRMED THOUSANDS Archbishop Harty recently made a- very successful and encouraging vis itation to the province of Cavite in the Philippines His Grace Tlslted some fifteen cities and pueblos the total number to receive the sacrament of confirmation amounting to almost 17000 GETTING CITY AlliS The houses in Shelbyville are be ing numbered and the named of streets are being posted at intersec completedShelbyville mail service The contractor who is numbering the houses is John DIOLeary NINETIETH BIRTHDAY Mrs Ertel the oldest resident of Brookville lad celebrated the nine tieth anniversary of her birth last Sunday With her were her two daughters MrsJ A Averdlck and Mrs George Schroedcr and Mrs I Selm rbuschofCovlngton POPE RECEIVBS AMERICANS I Pope Pius X on Tuesday received in private audience lion Arthur S Hardy former United States Minis ter to Spain and his wife The Americans were very much impressed with the reception accorded them by IIIi Jlollnens CONSUKTORS APPOINTBD Vicar General iFerdlnand Bro Bert Rev WllltenY Httisen71ev Itttiphan gohtnld Rev WCa anderacnM Tames Loref have been ap Intel ConmiUorr for three veers f rtllfCovUfion diocese by Biohoaess- r J r is08EN1i1I 2 ill ilB liIi Miss Mae Daniel has returned fromI a pleasant visit to St Matthews Miss Annie Cooper left last week for a visit to Miss Margaret Hagan at Springfield Mrs Patrick Moran and daughter Mss Mnyme have returned from visit to St Louis Mrs Walter P Lincoln has returned from a fortnights visit tio Washington D C 0 Mrs Morris Kcane of Memphis has been visiting her mother Mrs Fitzgerald In Clifton I Mrs I C Nelllgan has gone to Jacksonville Fin to spend the re mainder of tile winter Attorney James Reedy and Capt Michael McAuliffe have returnedI from a trip to Frankfort Mrs J C Hale of Earlington is at the bedside of her mother Mrs Mary Murphy who Is seriously ill I IMrs George Christie left last week for Chattarlooga to be the guest of Mrs C A Bundschu for a month Miss Gertrude Edclcn of New Hope has been the guest of Mrs J B Bryan 3331 West Walnut street I1IrsT B Bryant of 2334 West 1Walnut street has had as her guest Miss Gertrude Edelen of New nope Mrs J Baxter Kremer and dough ter Miss Madeline have been spend ing the week with Dr Webb at Simp sonvillc Mrs E W Corcoran of Cincinnati was this week the guest of Mr and Mrs R JL Bailey East Spring street New Albany ItIrs Irvin Abell and baby son have 10011 spending a week in Lexington as the guests of Mrs Abells mother Mrs William Harting IIMrs Harry Miller has returned to her home on East Gray street after a delightful visit of three weeks in Indianapolis where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs George Miller Mr and Mrs John McAteer and Miss Emily McAteer left Wednesday for Comfort Texas to visit Vincent 11 McAteer for several weeks They will also visit their daughter ann sister Mrs James WfnTersmith at Ada Okla Miss Minnie Kearns of South Louisville has returned from New Haven where she attended the wed ding of Miss Essie Heaven and John Spalding While in New Haven she was the guest of her grandmother Mrs Kendrick Beaven Joseph M Hennessy who has been suffering from grip at the homo of his mother Mrs Winnie Hennessy 737 East Chestnut street for sev imtJJl LM ClllVIIb JUS JUlllKJ UI1U AllVIIUO hope for his speedy and complete recovery Miss Nellle OHearn and James Doyle were united in marriage by the Rev Father Denis Murphy at St Williams church at 7 oclock last Monday evening The bride is the OHearnlofa employe Heating Company Mr and Mrs Charles J Finejran who were quietly married at St Pat ricks church on Thursday evening of last week have returned from their bridal tour and are at home to their friends at 314 North Nineteenth street The bride was formerly Miss Emma Lee Zorn and the fortunate ijjropm is a Councilman from tho Eleventh ward Both have received many congratulations on the mar riageMr and Mrs Joseph J McCloskey have announced the marriage of their daughter Alexia to William Richards Jr The ceremony was per formed by the Rev Father Acker man at St Philips church Mr Rich ards is the son of William Richards Sr In the Government service in this city The family recently moved to Louisville from New York Time groom is a civil engineer and is con nected with the Louisville Sewer Commission Miss Anna Yelllg and George Uhl Jr were united in marriage In the parlors of St Louis Bertrand convent at 7 oclock Wednesday evening the Rev Father E V Flood O P officiating The attendants were Roy Yelllg and Ed Ising After to morrow Mr and Mrs Uhl will bo at home to their friends at 909 Logan rharmtngdaughter younglmusbapdW Springer Jr Whey are receiving congratulations from many friends Miss Lucy Elizabeth James and people marriage in the rectory of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 8 oclock Wednesday evening The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Lawrence Ford a brother of time groom The attendants were Miss Mary Mound of Anchorage and William Purcell The wedding was a very quiet one and only the imme diate relatives of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony Mr J and Mrs Ford have begun house keeping on Market street near Wen zel The bride is tt young lady of many charming graces Mr Fords an engineer in the service of the Louisville NashvlUe Railroad Com P nyICARDINAT yiSFTS BROTHBR Cardinal Gibbbna list been upending the week in New Orleans as the guest of MB brother John IV Gib l bons This lin time annual visit of the I Cardinal to the Crescent City wbteh was at one lime his home I 0 itWhi- 1TLetIteofthe MOB HBI1II 1 lSite Jfcr Fitherf 1 mea Pc lorry of texl rt i to be distributed Recent ad Iabout state that the heirs have bee in England l the person of nephews and cousins Pother BarryrI had been pastor of St Pauls church in Lexington for twenty years He died last June and left an estate val ued at 12000 FULL OF VIM Division 3 A O H Holds WarmI ne Party Division 3 held its first meeting Ir its new hull Nineteenth and Port land avenue on Monday night 1 was In the nature ofa house Warm ing as well as in the nature of a regular meeting President Patrick JL Sullivan occupied the chair the hall was thronged and the rafter- rang when all assembled joined in singing Tho Harp That Once Thro Taros IlalJ It was shown that Division 3 was making substantial I gains in membership and Treasurer Dan Dougherty announced that there wus 1000 in the treasury The Visiting Committee reportedI that Thomas Callahan who had been ill was fully restored to health Jolt Dillon is ill but improving an l James Horn is still ill The following were appointed on time Employmen- Committee IJ Nfclllgan N J Sher idan and Assistant lire Chief Patrick Carroll The application of Martin Mullen was reported favorably After the routine matters had been disposed of President Sullivan expressed his pleasure at the return to the old hall and at tho revived in terest in the work of the division He expressed the wish that before January 1 next the membership of the division would have doubled He gave assurance that time officers would do their part Ho was fol lowed By State President George J Butler who followed along the lines laid down by President Sullivan and who also outlined the plans for the observance of St Patricks day In conclusion ho said that the splendid attendance and great enthusiasm was a most auspicious beginning for tho new year- President Sullivan then called upon the surviving exPresidents of Divis ion 3 and brief congratulatory speeches were made by Michael Shee han Patrick Ilolley James Coleman and Lawrence J Mackey All ex pressed themselves proud of member ship in a division and an order that kept alive tie spirit of Irish nation ality and former President Thomas Quinn said he felt particularly pleased over the outlook and pre dicted a membership of 250 before the year closed President Sullivan announced the death of James Trcston a faithful member of the division and the usual action was ovHcred In addition to the cigars always supplled by Division 3 there was an abundance of other refreshments served during the eveni- ngORtAN1ZED Advisory Board Takes Up Work for Young Men The Advisory Board recently created by Muckin Council and com posed of former Presidents of that progressive organization met at tho club house last Saturday and at once began active work Tames T Shelley was elected Chairman and Louis oJ Kieffer was made Secretary With the large membership the duties of the President have greatly lightenhisvided for the first of the year After a full review and discussion of the work of the past year resolutions were adopted commending the younger members of Mackin for pledgingthe I recommended that the young men ofII the council be placed in charge of the work of beautifying and refur nishing the club house which will be greatly Improved this year The board expects to confer with time gymnasium and library committees and the social club each ot which i propose a number of changes and improvements Thus the business of tIle council will be forwarded without the necessity of long meetings and loss of much time and at the same time the younger element will receive more recognition and be pushed to the front FEDERATION Time regular monthly meeting of the Catholic federation will be held I nextThursdayhave appointed delegates for this year facesare attendance and many new expected Matters of interest to Catholics generally will promisQUKEIt LUCK At the recent annuall meeting of the Philadelphia branch of the oftheminlaterIreland on St Patricks day He was followed toy the Rev Father Michael OKane S J who announced that he was born in Ireland on July 12 USED MANY SEEN Usti1gin186110 April 14 iSCS at which time the recruiting service ceased was 3750049 The terns of enlistment under the various calls varied from three months io three years New York led the list with 455568 Pennsylvania was second with 3W532J J men and Ohio third with 317133 HERES THE LIMIT We dont mind hooking her walat1 looking to see ifher white skirts I show and It her hat is on straight J we clont nlnd pinning up a veil now I aid then and cleaning the mud off her rubbers but whoa it comes to I hoMing one end of a store switch while site braids ft we think the tae fcMtf TMtcMd art its tithe or ns to assert our independence I I enLate News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The council ot Oshkosh will confer the three degrees on a large class to morrow The degree team from Mnnltowoo will officiate at the third degreeGerman night at the rooms of Syracuse Council attracted a great crowd Covers were laid for an even 200 and fifteen of the younger mem hers served the banquet Sevcnty fire members were initiat thetcouncil at Huron Mich The Very Her Dean Desmond presided at the banquet which followed Lebanon Council will initiate a class of twentythree tomorrows Members of the councils at Louis llowllcgGreen twoICltyCatholicI given to worthy pupils who could not otherwise take the high schooll course sI Wlsconsinhad ing February The lecturers will be OConnortJudge Paul D Carpenter W C Devereaux of Milwaukee and M K FondduFINE PROGRESS Is Being Made for St Cecilias Church Bazar arrnnging Church of St Cecilia met at Mackin club house on Friday night of last week with Chairman Charles S Baidy presiding Subcommittees previously appointed reported prog ress and there was a great demand for combination books The following additional commit tees were appointed Wheel James T SHelley William Kerberg and Frank O Adams Booths and decorationsWilliam Kerberg George Bechtenwald and Frank Daurl- eIIrintingGeorge J Butler Thomas Aulsbroolc John T Kenney and Charles S laid On each of three committees the first named is Chairman On Wednesday evening the general com mittees of ladles and gentlemen met and all reported progress The ladies reported that they were meet ing with great success in begging articles for the bazar and many de mands were made for combination books Frank A Lanahaii was made Chairman of Mackin booth and W A Link Secretary Time general com mitten will meet again at Macklns club house on February 10 at which time the ladies and gentlemen will exchange ideas WINS LOUISVILLE BRIDE Miss Mary Maher of 423 Past Court avenue Jeffersonville enter tained with a miscellaneous shower Tuesday night in honor of Miss Madge Gorein of Louisville who will become the bride of William Con stantinc of Jeffersonvllle on Tuesday night Tire ceremony will be performed In Louisville Many handsome and useful articles were presented at the shower HOPKINS THEATER Lovers of moving pictures continue to throng the Hopkins Theater and I every patron feels rewarded for his pains Time pictures are of jm un usually high order Manager Dustin I always provides excellent comedy scenes and next week he promises that the films will be better than ever EUCHRE FOR CHURCH Time people of St Columbas church are preparing to give a euchre at Pflstors Hall on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday and Wednesday March 29 and 30 The euchres given by the people of this parish always prove popular Supper ixnfl refresh ments will be served each evening SHOAT LUNOII Major IT J Bloomer who succeeds Bloemer Bros as proprietor of the cafe d 2146 Duncan street will lmavrv n formal opening on Monday evening February 14 A shoat lunch will be the feature of the evening and there will be good music from 8 until 1 o lock IIARDIX COUNTY WEDDLVC Miss Beatrice Buckler and Charles Bryan of Colesburg were married at St Patricks church StUhton on Tuesday The bride is one of the most popular girls in Sflthton and Mr Bryan Is well and favorably known In Colesburg where they will make their home- ELEUTS DELEGATE Miss Katie Henley has been elected delegate to represent St Cecilias Branch C K and L of Aat the Supremo convention which will beheld in St Louis next May It is needless to say that St Cecilias Branch will be ably represented CENTRAL COSOnTTEE The Central Committee C K of A will meet in regular session at St Mary Hall Eighih and Grayson streets next Friday night President Eugene McCarthy desires a full attendance of members as matters of Importance are to be considered MOTJON FIOTUJRBS The Princess Amusement Company offers exceptionally good bills at each of its theaters the Casino Princess and Columbia for the coining week The1 patronage oC these motion picture hetfsea is increasing I every dayoTOWLtt XAMSK u ChrUtuiM Ia3a1 B4 to the Psores r 7- k II FOR YOUR SPRING SUITII i I IIfom Phone 4961 126 S FIFTH STREET IJDR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and DeliverediI Both Phonis 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET Iy SEND THE0 KENTUCKY IRISHr JIH AMERICAN To the Old Folks in Ireland This Year lit Will Tell Them All About the Big Home Coming NEW MASONIC Four nights commencing Monday with Wednesday Matinee MARIE DRESSLER In the biggest and best of all musical comedies TILLIES NIGHTMARE 7uf7TCTTULBYSe WednesdayNights GEORGE ARLISS I- NSEPTIlVUSThursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee Herbert Kelcey and Effie Shannon IV The Thief CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladies and Children PRINCESSand COLUMBIA Under the same management We productionshistoric HOPKINSWhere MOVINGDllfereot From the Rest Films With fine explanatory talks by Mr Dustin Popular illustrated songs Pricesl EntirelyNew PICTURES l10c and 5c W C CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your mall addressed in bur care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES 200 and SUO With Bath 300 BERT HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court House CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Prank J Kachler AI J Arta KACHLER ARTS N zCAhE Old Cortez Whisky Seven Years Old Bottled in Bond Quarts 81 Pint 50o Half PInts 2lia N E Cor Third and Groan Uulnllla Ky Ottos RestaurantOT- TO B YUNT Proprietor REGULAR MEALS 20c LUNCH MSe Open Day and Night Short Orders and Quick Service Oysters la Season 445 WestJffersen Street ORtheDUrnamed btcftuM dweovsred on UM twat3fitth Sof ANaaabat4 0 New Front- CutaPrice ClearanceSale I I LEVYSMens Suits Overcoats and Raincoats 3250 and 35 goods 25 00 and 30 goods 2000 1500 Regular 18 goods in other makes at 1000 Same kind ofcut prices allover the house nJ= 1- 1m Money nn- 1mu iIs amm m JJJI JJJIBurden Inmf mJ I vested tint an abiding comfort I if you you have It in a SA vtt lINGS ACCOUNT here bearJJ a year You may IUUI you please and do it BY 1 1as If youUkeU fjt jSavingsJ Utt- mJ SavingsBank BankL Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open daily until 3 p in Saturday until 7 p m MONEY TO LEND n uuHENRY MOLD 1 BSAXMR INll SI fJi aid Fancy Grictrte n c FIRSTCIASS SAMPLE MfM IM tNItNEETNN t1 ON WhI kke a ANelat- yIsliMAt tilll l a r rl p I KENTUCKV IRTgSH AlYIERI0A1rT j N Nt- l N N N I MONUMENTS I i iIni 1largement1I exceedYingly low prices Call and examitIt i MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i NNNN- YY NN N N 41 NNN NNNN N ON NO 0 iiJ E TRACY L H STRAUB 1 i BOTH PHONES 363 i IFUNERALI iAND EMBALMERS i I e IICarrr a Furnlihcd Notice on 1531 W MARKET STREET i N than W Smiths Son t o AL SMITH Proprietor o Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasion on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETm- TELEPHONE I 810 t t t t t t t t t t I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Maia Street t t It t t t t I I I I t + + I I t I + I D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLJOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answtrtd Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET +++ +++ + + t I II I I I t t f t IMARKETSTI t I Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER I Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 I BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotroPatEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE c Both Phenes 223 1PRIVATEHOSPITAL FM THE CARE IFINSANEANI- EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Stetws of Mercy of Jeffereonvlll hospitalterieyUeptte patten tS Both male and female f HBU are admitted Rates yery rems sable Ifor fwther p prtknlr apply to 1 MOTHER MARYRHOIN MItCT Mos itAL- IiMrb MsN JiMrlewt i 111 MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DR HENDRICKSDENTIST 436 West Market Street GLEANS 3CID GLOVES Take a quantity of flour in a cup or bowl and enough gasoline to sI gloveandThis process positively cleans the seams in gloves TENDER ROUND STEAIC f1 Put In your frying pan a little 1s and have it smoking hot Dip your round steak in cold water roll it 1inI flour and fry and you will have a tender steak WILL JCILL MOTHS Turpentine Is the best preventive for moths Saturate pieces of brownI paper with same and place in boxes PRODU pHs 3iUCII LEAD More than onequarter Of the lead produced in the world each year iia mini In the United States LUSTER FOR STOVES To secure a lasting luster to theI range or cook stove add vinegar toI ibdatove pojialii lamAA1 tingle salt work bt18O-oreaen ol1fbirqvar mile i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dalrf the Put WeekUeneral- News Notes Hibernians of Jersey City will Ilhe the usual St Iatricks day this year In any city where St Patricks day Is not celebrated It shows a decay of Irish spirit- Division 2 of Trenton N J will celebrate its twentyeighth anni versary on Washingtons birthday Division 1 of Memphis held a+ ape cial meeting Thursday night to take action toward celebrating St Pat ricks day- Division 1 of Waco Texas has authorized the Ilcv P J Clancy to devise a fitting way to celebrate St Patricks day All of the Irish societies in Lowell Mass have joined with the Hiber nians In arranging for the St Pat racks tiny parade St Urlglds day was celebrated at St Urlgids church in Chicago on Tuesday The llev father Michael OSulllvnn celebrated the solemn high mass At the last session of Division 1 of Milwaukee President Jeremiah Quinn was presented with a bouquet of seventyseven roses one for each year of his life The Ladies Auxiliary and Division 2 of Benson lInn installed their officers at an open meeting last week with the State and County Hoards well represented Division 9 and the Ladles Mix diary of St Paul gave a benefit ball Thursday night donating the proceeds to a worthy member the widow of a charter member The division at North Walpole Yt Is twentynine years old has 175 members and with the affiliated societies has 350 persons engaged in charitable and educational work The members of Division 1 of Nor wich N Y presented Michael PIn ncgan with u diamond ring on the occasion of his recent retirement He had been Secretary of the divis ion for seventeen years Tames Doris n popular member of Division 15 will lead time battalions of Irishmen as Grand Marshal in the St laticks tiny parade in New York City this year There was a spirited contest for the coveted prize Binghamton Hibernians are stead fly increasing their fund for a building suitable for club and meetI ing purposes which when completed will bo an acquisition to the fra ternal society buildings of the Parlor City- County President J D Higgins in stalled the officers of Division 2 at St Paul last week Mayor Daniel j Lawler was present and in his ad dress dwelt particularly on tho thcINorthwestSyracuse Hibernians have inaugur ated a Fortyfive contest for the county championship The schedule is so arranged that each division plays every other in Onondaga county the winner to receive n beautiful I silk flag as a prize and the title of champions I MASONIC THEATER Merry Mario Dressler who has scored a great hit everywhere thIsIseason comes to the Masonic tllCII I I Mario Dressler first four nights of next week in Tillles Nightmare the biggest and best of nil musical comedies The usual matinee will be given on Wednesday The show has met with unexampled success in the Last UNKNOWN WOULD Notwithstanding tilt rupjd advance of exploration In various puma of the globe it is estimated that about 20000000 square miles of the earths Thutlargest unexplored area 0500000 miles but even North America contains 1500000 square nilles of virgin territory Most per sons will be surprised to learn that there is three tImes as much land awaiting the foot of the pioneer in North America as in South America GLYCERIN HELP All table linen steins fruit and even coffee Ntalna where there in cream In the coffee may Qe re moved by rubbing the spots with pure glycerin Let it remain a while then rinse in lukewarm water The most delicate silks woolen and cal lleo are not Injured Sometimes it Is best to let the glycerin remain sev oral hours before wanning 1j1 l4 L000MOTIVICL WIII2OoCrl101poweriJoep motlree ana HDouitheJJ1Itedaa1tTjittaUu Mid a UM bores powerapneJieoa Metfed terjp fa oBtlneiitel Europe n i k 4 LOOK FOR OUR GREAT PREMIUMOFFER OFFERTO OUR READERSNEXT NEXTWEEK SERMONS OX DIVORCE Bishop Macs in Lila annual pastoral Covingtondloccse two sermons this year pertaining to divorce so as to inform the memo hers of the laws of the church in that respect MOULDERS IJEXEFIT Iron Moulders Union No 10 will have a benefit performance at the Buckingham Theater on the after noon and evening of Friday Febru ary 11 The entire proceeds will be given to the striping moulders AROiniisnof MESSMER ILL From Milwaukee conies the word that the Most Rev Archbishop i less iner is suffering from a severe at lack of grip lie has not been well fbr two years and his friends are alarmed over his condition FORTY nouns PRAYER The Forty Hours prnyer will be gin at St Anthonys church at the late tunas tomorrow and will con elude on Tuesday evening The music tomorrow and on Tuesday will be of a very high order- SUSTAJNED INJURY Harry Kerr Jr a popular member of the Knights fll Columbus is confined to his hone on West St Cath erine street as n result of a mashed foot t VOn WOMANS EYE There is no question but that the belt in many anA various forms is coming buck into favor io matter how full may be the skirts or draperies that are coming they must fan limp and as straight as possible Pretty with coats and colored blouses is the deep cuffof liner with embroidery buttonholed scallops and plaited lace frill The black satin stock is the latest cry in neckwear but to be ex tremely smart it must have n turn over or frill at the top Quite large sleeves are now being seen and it is doubtrul if ever n single small sleeve will appear on any spring or summer costume A satin cord with numerous short loops and ends tied close at the base of the white collar adds a touch of color that is fashionable in neck wear Skirts of new corsets arc long and close and they are pulled further in the usual way by stocking support era at the front and sides and often at the back Cloth coats to be worn with a skirt to match and a dressy chiffon satin or net blouse ore made much shorter than they nave been Ion several seasons It seems likely that the overskirt is to come in again and that it is often to be of figured or braided or otherwise trimmed fabric worn over plain skirts Plaited and fancy taffetas are in demand for waists and petticoats and are further going into the new plaid silk kilted costumes that are among the fashions of the hour POTATO MUFFINS Boll four potatoes mash in a bread pan add one large tablespoonful butter three well beaten eggs one and a half pints milk with two cents worth yeast dissolved in It Add flour enough for a sponge like bread Set to raise then add flour and knead almost as stiff as bread Let this raise Turn out on board and cut like cookies and let this raise ten or fifteen minutes and bake In hot oven LADIES CABBAGE Doll a firm white cabbage fifteen minutes changing the water using bolting water when tender drain and set aside until perfectly cold Chop fine and add two beaten eggs one tablespoonful of butter pepper and salt three tablespoonfuls of rich milk stir all well together and bake In a buttered dish until brown serve hot Tills dish resembles cauliflower r and is digestibleII GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP Charge of all telephone systems ia byteQolernment FURNITURE POLISH Kqual part ptf turpeaUae Hawed polbsbI I n V 0 t T a y Yi 1 JIRELAND Record ol tbe non Important el the Recent Events Culled From Exchange A new chine of bells will be hung in the Longford Cathedral before Easter Time Thuries Urban Council liar elected Joint Wulsn Town Surveyor at 100 a year CountyKerrytrain at Kilfcnora There was only one trivial case for the Itoseommoit grand jury ut the recent quarter sessions Ten candidates are seeking to suc cecil Allen Medulre an relieving of ficer in lLongford Union At the Dominican church In Dublin the Rosary Is recited in the Irish lan guage every Monday evening Mrs Sarah Nestor mother of the Kcv Father Andrew JI Nestor diet recently at her home in Qalway T K Caldwell of Calcraluc lm Y been elected Secretary of theCouutv Derry Committee of Agriculture The Crossmaglcn floral Council IIs considering proposals for the tree tioii of twenty laborers cottages John Mulluly a farmer of Droni line County Tlppcrary died whilo en route to market with a ljnl af hay The people of Limerick are prepay ing to erect a monument to tin memory of the lute Father Williamt Casey Sister Mary Cecilia Kelly Mother ConventInage sixtynineFrancis NewtowabutierComity 1 manti retains all his physical and1 mental faoultles QutunCounty mgtoff the County Clare MidletownJ ZQIyears1 mnentafacultiesMichael unIllhnousltimeGalwayceed the late It J Cooke recentlyatl inyritchelstoaago celebrated his golden jubilee ConntlDouegalCandyODonnellof cattle and a horse from a bailiff Lisburn was recently time il ene of a tragedy awful in its suddennesstimid appalling In the loss of IIfcIwhich It entailed Fire was discov alIlFagnnextlllAulshedthelivesfaintlywifeJohn Creamer aged thirtyseven and Matthew Kennedy nineteen years old were killed in the Killaloe quarry about four miles from Ncnagh They were working at the bottom of the quarry with ninny others when without warning a large portion of rock slipped from overhead with fatal consequences pIcturesque at Stubannon near Dromln when the marriage of lloger Uelltngham brother of the Marchioness of Jutett to Miss Alice wish took place A great deal of local interest was taken in tin event anti there was a large and fashionable gathering at the church and afterward at the LadyBellinghnm performedby Father Fagan and Father Pine gun A reception was held after word 17j guests being present- MAOAULEYS Macanleys offering for the first half of next week will be George Arllss the great character actor in I1 Herbert Kelcey and Lute Shannon Septimus a Locke comedy iIn which lie 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Position Ills Strength Lies In His Ap preciation ol Political Situation DAYS OF DISSENSION ARE PAS I The Westminster Gazette one of the Itriding London journals in an article on men of the moment had this to sny of John Itcdmoml lender of the Irish Nationalists In lnrl ment- I enIsucceetln who does not possess indominitabl- courage and perseverance But mo Is needed than mere physical energy to cut n figure in the Talking Shop at Westminster One must above all have the gift of speechI and the Iowcr of impressing the v definii1C j end They look also for breadth of view and high purpose in the lenders of parties for n glimpse of that vision without which people us the Psalmist says must perish lied monds speech in the House of Commons may be taken as affording a test of these qualities which make for marttery In an independent as sembly Ills oratorical power is one of the most precious possessions of the House and his persistence cour age and energy in pursuit of a great ideal have long since given him that commanding position which belongs alone to men of character No one doubts that Jf he had chosen any other career that if for instance he lad gone to the Imrhe would have been one of the leading advocates of the day Had he entered politics ns n member of either of the great parties he would have attained n position of eminence on the front bench He might have well hoped some day to be Prime Minister of this country But as a lender of the Irish party lie can hope for no emoluments or rewards beyond t gratitude of his countrymen and f quantit passionsThei lint so to speak when it thinks the lender of the Irish party and his refusal to accept any of those re wards which other men tumble ov one another to win For nn endir lug panic nnil fume ns n British statesman were undoubtedly withi Itcdmonds grasp hind he taken to th high road of politics His own road is of course the highest rond of nilJ for n patriotic Irishman but it is n- CI road that few men would core 1 trend who have any thought for tliel fo own repose or for the good things o the political world Members like to picture the lender of the Irish party In classic toga n striking Mark Anthony attitude For he is one of the few men in the House who suggest n Koinnu Senator There Iis something almost imperial in his at titude us he sits in his corner sea below the gangway with folded arms stud knotted brows IIB one may see him on nn Irish night He has n sense of humor but lies rarely Iif ever been known to make n joke iIn the House although he is witty enough in conversation parllamenfarfnliespolitical situation If llUiItls1 IIIItHhnInwhen to play the waiting game and onltthotd party In the political arena He has such control over the party that he 11111clpllnes become now the admiration of all1 parties And this is jv great feather thlnJKrfirst took the reins after the ter rude debate of Committee Room No 15 j nrhappilyiis hardly n man in the Irish party who h3leadersS In the JIInyrsense for a time But it is a period of repose for a stern battle in the lionmicuxs r political wheel may easily bring him positionwIlenactually yet very clearly the balance tluIrishe e rnttics0 thinks of tile great times that arc parjlantentarge that begun since he has not vet hat1 the liredecessar holeheTRINITY COUNCILS DANCE Trinity Council will give the last halll1axtMonday evening The committee 3 in BrlgmnoT0Wa1terRidgeBWaechterRaymond YOUNG liVPK CLOSED Johntrhiarlfq over the death of tHeiri Oguffliter Miss Beule Dora i Item tteftUt oeetinred early Luter mbra ap SOCIETYDIRECTORYA I DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals CitUall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Itecordlng Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas Kecnnn SrISergeant tArmsLouls Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Itaympnd Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary John T KenneyTreasurerJoseph Lynch liarTSentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 MeAts First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan aRecording Secretary Thomas J Stevens Financial SecretaryJohn G lies m8B10n DoughertyrcSergeantatArms James P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HcnnessyVlc toFhtanclal Secreatry Thomas J Langan Assistant Finnncinl Secretary D J Itellly Recording Secretary John J WlnnlrensurerUorry Brady CallnghanOutside Sentinel Michael McDermott DIVISION 1r JEFFERSONVIULE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President J G Gold MurphyRecording Mc hotly Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll SergenntatArms Flaherty Inside SentinelJ Flaherty Y jvr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings nt Club- House 344 South Twentysixth KenneynPresident Frank L Lannlian- r SherleyCunlff OsICorresponding Secretary William A Link cr17nancfnl SecretaryFrank G Adams WeberuWobbencSentinelA C Lbik- J Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart foFR9 oEp i Wonderful to Take at Change of Lifo 2 I 1908t I Tonlednrlngdesired results hue used It for all my fmllItoe recommended It to friends and etraneeri I Although It U not recommended for I Bare found It good during fereensncr it vrlll do awair trembling anditeepltt nft try It sistersI It Is wonderful and will not Injure you or child I also and this Tonic good for gas on the stomach i and iBdlsMtlon fn nor two doses will roller that distressed tlnllt once from 1 to 3 headacheiylife do try it sisters for this ailment It will 1not disappoint oul labs J W WESTCOTT I Anrelia G Medina writes from Charon New J f the heart after having used Putor oenics Nene Tonic I heel entirely well II J FREE s- ToJc astpalIA Valuable Book on Nerii VOU8 Diseases andaBamph ItieDtI I lootWayneKOENIQ MED CO theII 1OO Laku Street told bjr Druntst at SI per Ur Large3lze 170 6 BUUs tor l lug and the funeral took place from I St Cecilias church yesterday morn lug Miss Doran was just budding into womanhood and her untimely 1deaththe sunny RAPIDLY RECOVERING William Higgins the retired leather deblerwhwas seriously bruised when his phaeton overturned at Third und Avery avenues on Tues + hday afternoon is resting as coin- tortaUl ns possible at his liome 1020 South Swath street Fortunately no lathes were broken and lie will soon be lime to be out SATRO CX UXO1L Sarto Council Y M I of Owens boro has had a busy anteLenteniseason The Ladies 1 Social Club and the Literary Club 1 Lave eovTi had entertainments during the present week The Literary Club is now arranging to have a series of debates among its mem bers This Is expected to be a ban ner year Jor Sarto Council 1 NEui IoNIA S VIOTIM The funeral of Dennis OLoughlln wlilclt took place trom St Williams church on Monday morning was attended by many old friends and schoolmates The deceased was fortythree years of age and was a native ofthatpBrt of Louisville called Limerick and was recognized as one of tlie belts railroad switchmen in this Section of the country Ills IQLoughirnlj brotUerg John and PatrIck U- 0Loufhllp ill ot j 6Zan8 street m survive him DMtb n uUed from r ui oae- ti BLESS THEM Little Girls Save Plnynmto From Potters Field Grave Orphan Mabel Ilnrtcrcy Burned to Death Mothering Aunts Unities Parochial School Children Who Possess the Heal Irish Spirit FATHER LAFFEYS KIND WORDS In the rippling rain Saturday afternoon says the New York Sunday World three stouthearted little girls of the Carmelite parochial school in East Twentyeighth street went from house to house raising a fund to bury a schoolmate It was not as charity that they did Itthough potters field was the alter native but as a tribute of love and esteem to the bravest sweetest lit tic girl who ever tried to be n woman at fifteen In the white marble morgue at the edge of the river at East Twenty yesterdaytheIlarterev of 404 East Twentyfirst street who was burned to death las ednesday while getting supper fo the three children of lior + vidowet- aunt r The little girl died of ltd burns in Bellevue Less than a month ago Mabel Harterey was one of the bright pupils in the Carmelite school Re- mmother was alive then and they nilI lived with her stepfather and Jiis children in a flat on East Twenty eighth street Mabel was n healthy minded girl fuller of fun andt laughter than most of the girls in the school and she hind beautiful1 brown hair and full red lips IId brown eyes like sweet Alices were as ready to fill with tears of sympathy ns with merriment Then one tiny her mother died Time step father moved away with his children and little Mabel went down to 404 East Twentyfirst street to live with her aunt Mary Stephenson n widow and the mother of three children hisn 1 me and your children need some one in the house when you go out to work in the laundry Mabel saidl in asking the chance to live with her mint I can stay home and be- n mother to your little ones whilel you go out Working And Mrs Stephenson poor Woman was glad to find so brave and womanly H child to take lher place at home So Mabel bent her young buck to the housework didnbig wash Monday und scrubbed time llednesdnydidwas getting supper for them Wednesday night when her dress blew against the gas stove and in n moment it Was abltie She tried tto hersel fin blanket while lice righiA t in u day or two and Ill be burl looking after the children she said has soon ns she came out of the chloroform after they land done all that surgery could do for her And the next night at 5 oclock she was tylookfwith her mother who hind gone Oe fore and the poor scorched little body lay in the morgue Waiting for some one to call for It Aunt Mnry brokenLenrtedlyhat bury the girl Then Itwns thnt Helen and Margaret Comvny of 337 layyliurphy1 IJP1sIlnhim Father La ffey are we going to let Mnbel Harterey be hurled In potters fieldAnd what will you do to stop it naked the priest in n kindly voice Wo girls will go around among the parishioners and raise all the moody wo can to help bury her it- t youll see that she has a moss Spoken like one of myown girls said the priest You ser what you can raise anti J will guarantee right tint Mabel has a church funeral such as the little heroine deserves If you cant raise more them 3 anti she wont go to potters field either Then the little girls went to Morgue Keeper John Armstrong and asked him to hold Mabels body till Saturday night Ho not only mild but helped toward the fund Every- e the three little misses went yesterday afternoon they were greeted kindly and children emptied their banks and housewives went down into mysterious stockings hid den behind flour barrels in the kit china to enlarge the fund By today they expect to have enough to Mabel the finest funeral over in Fast Twentyeighth street sheii because she was a jolly good said May Milrphy but because died trying to be n woman ST EDWARDS HOSPITAL The Sisters of St Fmncls who conduct St Edwards hospital New Albany have made public their re port for the year 1009 It shows that out of 713 patients freatCTl during the year only thirtytwo died also that HS3 were CaTnolics and 400 were nonCatholics Of those treated 413 paid either in full or in part while itiQ were charity patients jwynori wrtLL UDPR H TEn Patrick Kennedy nail Mpse Doyle kale been elected respectively Presi dentand Treasurer of the NeAl TradM ndJboriCounoIl With aim like these the Wjw Albany work ingmW can rat Mk8ra that their interests alroIarjfaxlbanaa1 i ITT f 1M BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE II McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky M n GEHER SON 215 WEST STREET saII TIIK CaIaURA TaD NORTH STAR RR- The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE 1 Combines not a few bit all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered in a Gas Range The MEAL has NO EQUAL It high in the estimation of the public NNN NN N NNNNN NNNN NN NN Schoolr1 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