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IwV a- rIr IJ 71 S T t t f KENTUCKY 4I l VOLUME XIVNO sLOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS tthTIIUSIASMta c Aroused by Prospect of HomoI Rule Is Being Manifested in America Irish Fellowship Club of Chica go to Entertain Presi dent Tnft Ii t MaHI moth Parade In New York City On St Patrrcks Day l ELfRATION DUAL INTHIS CITYr The enthusiasm aroused by the prospect of home rule for Ireland after all tho weary years of waitin is being manifested in a remarkabl- way by IrishAmericans all over the country Mammoth celebrations of St Patricks day are being planned In New York City Boston Philadel phia Chicago New Orleans Louis vile St Louis and many other cities large and small President Taft will be the guest of honor of the Irish Fellowship Club in Chicago on March 17 He will be met at the station tOf a committee and will bo escorted to the La Salle Hotel by Chicagos famous Seventh Regiment commanded by Col Mar cus Kavauagh The nations Chief Executive will be one of the speak ers at the banquet Chicago Hiber nians will also celebrate St Patrick day appropriately New York will have the largest St Patricks day demonstration in itsI history More applications for post tons in the parade have been made than at any period in the last fifty years From present Indications the great Irish national and religious holiday this year will be the occasion of the finest display ever witnessed in America or anywhere else not barring Ireland itself As has been the custom the Ancient Order of Hi bernians will direct the demonstra tion The battalion formation which proved such n success last year will be followed again There will be alternately a brass band or a i and drum corps behind each 25 marchers so that there will be con tinuous music for the million or more spectators that will line then sidewalk There will be only one carriage anti that will convey Arch U tshop KaSaJ sS- ertaistandl r pFomlnentJ1 fWA sp 1 will be erected from which the Arch bishop and Mayor Gnynor will review the parade It is expected that there will be at least 75000 men iin line Music will be furnished by fifty brass bands and forty fife and juvenilebandslum the Catholic Protectory and the Mission of the Tmmncnlnt- Virghlt will be features The Sixty ninth Regiment 1000 strong willl lead the column The Irish Volun teers four full regiments of them ns carefully drilled and fully equipped as the men of the regular army will be there also There will1 be a score of cadet regiments and other uniformed bodies so tint the military aspect of the display will be pronouncedAt of the parade there will1 be a dance at the Harlem River Park Casino and it will be real Irish rlnnclng too fumes J Doris Presi dent of Division JS A O IL will be tho Grand Marshal Ho will be as listed by 100 aides In Philadelphia the Hibernians wilt also have a mammoth celebration of the day and will bring the event ta close with a ball or rather tiballs because one hall will not be large enough to hold the vast throngOf Boston wilt have its usual double demonstration because March 17 is not only St Patrick day but tire anniversary of the evacuation of tho city by the British forces On this account both Irish and Americans of nil classes cele brate the day nnd the green flag of 1 Erin and the Stars and Stripes arc everywhere displayed Hero in Louisville the Hibernians will not attempt a formal celebratio- on March 17 but will show the love for the old land by attending mass and receiving holy communion at St Patricks church on March 1 Passion Sunday The Very Rev Father James P Cronin c adminis trator of the diocese will celebratet lonowingSundaytertainment at Macauleys Theater under the auspices of the AOILCqunty Board The best solo vocal iota in the city will sing Irish ineK odies and a chorus of children willl render several Irish find AmericanI a anthems Addresses will be delivered by Judge Matt ODolirrty and Attorney Thomas Walsh The price admission will be only itventyfi- cents The proceeds will be for Warded to Ron JohnE Redmo- for i the Irish Parliamentary fund JOKE JEWS The Jews for many now di IUenowcom1aifolward r number were clecteil members ofr Tarliament at the recent electioni t T ndlt IB predicted that nIght Hon ttolnt4rtHebRrlt1edt91roteot j ter wlH 1o the flrit JewUH Prime Mirifc Ig or NbBILiC liThea Rev JW tiM4 I week made Coadjiitor toWahOR- FaN lit at San AnfA1al I jTexP8 to a native of Mobile AU aMnow rtctor of the Cathedral of the VOunaeulate J ni Ly4bf t da Mo orConception in that city Father Sha t is the present Chancellor and Secre tary of the Mobile diocese havin held that position for sixteen years or more He is returning from a re cent tour around the world and was last week in California Father Shaw was educated at Navin Ireland tvn ordained at Rome and is considered one of tho brightest men in the South LECTURERS Who Will Define Catholic Attitude Toward Socialism Intended to define the attitude of the Catholic church toward Social begsWednesdayn a of the Institute of Scientific Study at Cathedral College Madison avenue nail Fiftyfirst street New York exclusivelyforWednesday night Archbishop Far Icy presided at the first lecture which was given by the Rev Dr Will liam J Kerby professor of sociology Amerg PropeCharles D Ncill Commissioner of Labor will be the lecturer on Febru arganlzelInbor1 quent lectures and the speakers are the Rev Dr Patrick J Healy of Catholic University Christie- rotherhoodB John Mitchell Presi dent of tire National Civic Fedora icon Recent starts for Industrial Peace the Rev Dr Francis P fluffy of St Josephs Seminary The Social Value of Christianity Dr James J Walsh Dean of the medical department of Fordham University What the Twentieth Century Might Learn from the Thir pflocns an Agent In Social Reform Judge Martin I Keogh Limitations of Reform by Law nnd Thomas F Woodlock The Obligations of Cath olio Citizenship + CONFERRED DEGREES Division 1 A O Hu1nltl sled Class On Tues day Evening Division 1 A 0 IF held a well nt nighUt seph Farrell Louis Roper John Rod goers and Michael Cleary were in hinted the officers of the division conducting the exercises The de gree work was very iimpressive rI prtniDgJJ1mbwhopawwilhlela a broken finger was reported on the sick list CountyHoard daybcommunion at St Patricks churchj on Passion Sunday and by attending a musical and literary entertainment at Macauleys Theater on the even Secretaryowas instructed to send n letter to responsotoIt was announced that tine Na tional Board recommends more Ire quentopen meetings and that the entertainment on these occasions be preferredMemllers PrcllhlimtTllOmnsa lecturer nt any time the division requested Brief but pleasing ad dresses were made by Martin J jj Cusick Too Fnrrctl John Rodgers Coul1cllmanOharlclI1FineganII amtfchaelS expressed their pleasure at becoming I members and Mr Cleary said he had tinoe atII address anhappyBARRYS STATUE d Thieves rUe Through the Chain and Steal rave Links arlrc moingbronze link chain which surrounded 3rho statue of Commodore John Harry chainDespitecutting away five separate sections must have taken considerable time that eight guards and watchmen arc employed about the place and that the square Is supposed to be under specIal care of tine police of tin Third and Be Lancey streets station untlfitl bythe tiofio v naNEED IRISH 1D3LI The re aalwaysshe lsTherefigurethe in ni JoEngI8ul1t Catholics representatives five of the pnlRkUland four from the oth CaJiQlIclJnedependllB d on their Trlili brethren J MttiI FJlV FXlA LECTURKS i Dr 1gnrloe Frantic Kgapi the1 United 8ttt Minliter td tJ ninark wlM 1l3Mjtoe oq X tort le ve of ib senee spent rare rn days last week lirPhlladelphU the jgtwst of Wait er Oorx smTtlt and on Sunday night delivered m lecture in that city t i DWARDg Parlias ment Until the Coining Monday House ot Commons Formally Organizes But Soon Adjourns Irish Leaders Hold Conferencet With tile Propoundcr of the Budgett BRITISH POLITICS ARE TANGLED Although the third Parliament of King Edward VII assembled on Tuesday the King was not present and his speech from the throne tvn deferred until next Monday 1h ceremony of opening was of the aim plofit character and the proceedings were very brief The time honored custom of searching the vaults under the two houses as has been done discovery observed and then tine members of the House of Commons returned for organization Tho Right Honorable James Will lam Lowther was reelected Speaker and tine members were swoni in The House of Commons was in sea clan only one hour Although Premier Asquith and Mr Balfour leader of the opposition and other rominent members made speeches Mr Lowther on Ills election as Speaker no mention was made of the big questions which ar filling the minds of the statesmankAfter the Cabinet council John E Redmond and his lieutenants John Dillon and T P OConnor visited Chancellor LloydGeorge nUll re mained in conference for an hour discussing tho attitude of the Nationalists toward the budget It is understood that tIle Irish leather gave the Chancellor assurances that ids party would make no deliberate attempts to embarass the Govern ment whatever might be the Stints ters decision to the order of dealing questionsIneven if Premier Asquith finds him letelyUedmondthe Nationalists will remain neutral1 and abstain from voting on the bud gcarrledbto t bhlilUlIt ityw support of the Laborites However I it is believed that Premier Asquithi will satisfy the Irish leader on the point nnd that a promise will be made to give sole concessions t Irelnnd in the next budget witch- swill c justify the Nationalists in sup porting the Government wittbe1 and Will deal with little but the veto question as the principal business of thethroneof tIle Government and are awaited with interest On the eve of the opening of Par liament the following changes in the Cabinet of Premier ASfju lhwrcannounced Secretary for the Home Depart ment Winston Spencer Churchill 1President of the Board of Trade Sydney Buxton Chancellor of the Duchy of Lan casterT A Pease Postmaster General Herbert Louis Samuel Pease who was the chief Liberal1 whip was defeated at the general election Samuel inns been Under- Secretary for the Home Office The changes are fewer than were ex pected English politics just now represent llff1cultIf dinarily a general election decides something or other nnd in the medium through which the people demand what they want in tine way of legislative enactments The recent election on the contrary nas deeMed nothing and on the various issues before the people one can not pos sibly discern in the result at the polls pronouncetw e n REPORTSvy Prom Mac Js Commit tees Encouraging to Members e prad meeting of Mackin Council on Monday night Five applications werei received and two members were elected showing that the member ship contest was obtaining results Tire council donated 10 to St Lawrence Institute Charles S Raidy Chairman of the General Committee of St Ceciliai baser reported splendid progress ini all directions Louis J Kieffer foe the Opera Committee invited the membersmakln in of Atmang the Stars a rand success nerf redoh i eveningd PreS a atAnnouncedte to Texas The resignationi was ao= baeatweehadt hA aaalJaticontest HiO auecewor a CXptUn ot one of 4he te mil will be pleated by for members Af his tearn m week- from scant Monday nfg t Attention wse eaUled t9tb proi t b i posed joint meeting next Monday night when Unity and Trinity Councils will be guests at Mnckins club house and a general good time tis promised r GliEATf OFFER till IPPretty Set Goes With Paper One Year y Tine attention ofTsubscribers and renders of the Kentucky Irish- imcrican is directed to the fact tins we arc offering a handsome dinner set with each subscription provided of course that the subscriber pay 3 Tic subscription price for Kentucky Irish American is only 1 year and the dinner set of forty wo pieces of handsomely decorated Haviland china swill be delivered for t i 2 A sample t is nosy on exhibition at thisoffice inspectloffNo nor set can b had for the moneyjy and the orders already received insure that our of fer willI be propcrlyjjappreclatcd Tie price will be tins same to all sub scribrs either in Louisville or else whereJ Send a check for three dot Irlslen American and nsk for a dinner set We do the rest This offer will no I long remain open J tSENT TO POPE Commemorates the Centenary of Slew York Diocese Archbishop Parley last Saturday firetmedal struck to commemorate tine centenary of the wounding of the diocese of New York The medal fis of American goldj thrce inches 3 ounceseIt didskinstampedinand on the back corer the arms of Archbishop Farley Jjlnslde fine boot- is an inscription lit Latin which the readshfJp commemorate centenary celebration of the founding of tho Diocese of New VnVlr IfiftfilOnS L second centenary medal in nil or and encloses iii a scarlet leathercase was sent to PapalSecretnl3 bronze was sent to the American College in Rome The medals were sent in the care offtlie Vice Rector i of the American College the Rev 1Dr OHearn who 11ettop the Adriatic yesterday morningjullfthop KepncdyV ectk JtheHA Wi4 1 o1lego J pp Tland in tine name of the Archbishop NO NEWS YET 0tStory of Bishops Appoint meat Is Not Officially Confirmed J Up to the present tune no official1 eceltsinstican 1 authorities regarding the appoint ment of the Right Rev Denis ODon nghue ns Bishop of Louisville While the news of his appointmeritis gen erally believed to be authentic no definite steps toward his reception dr enthronement will be taken until official advices are received from Rome Thus far no oficial confirmationf the story has come to Father Cronin administrator of the Louisville dlo eerie nor to tine Right Rev Denis ODonaghue now Auxiliary Bishop at Indianapolis Neither has anything official been heard from the Apos tollo Delegate in Washington orIto from Archbishop Moeller of Cincln natl The announcement was made iJn Rome otj Tuesday of last week and ten days or more would have to elapse before the official papers would reach the United Statesd mayl1aJcn priest of tine Indianapolis diocese for ihirt six years and is dearly be cItybothAuxiliaryBlsllopbow to the will of Pope Pius X and acceptAt event the new Bishop isi not expected to arrive in Louisville until after Easter Whenever he comes he will be cordially received Ills fame has spread before inn Among well known IrishAmericans formerlyJived admiIiishopretire ey Thomas Walsh now a prominent member of tie Louisville bar Michael Hogan Western Union ape ri CQuriorJournalofJefferlonvJlegentlemen are loud in their praises BlsbopOLatest Since the foregoing was dspatchelbrIntluformatJon has been formally notified of h appointment to thEse of Louisville ORBAT Finn CHIKFi The second oldest Fire Chief in yearn of service in this country iis Thomas OQonnor of New Orleans tlVolunteertd ree of that city for fort oDe years andI Rh active member ot theVdepartnient fbr fifty llx years CJlef OCo1in r who is noW in his seyentyfourth year hieoatriea tlrfarcusaPS a mar ir her of TIOsB Company goof m pred boys Jii 185i NoWituWitu BBa Chief of the Volunteer rtttk pVdepnrtjneothe WM continued in Uttt potatlas l1 oc METHODISTS Work Along Devious Lines inl Italy According to Own Records Former Missionary in nome Tolls Ills Talc Woet I ofII Parentes and Children to Gain Converts DISHONESTY WORST FEATURE LeRecent events of an international character have caused well informed persons to remember that the Rev Everett S Stnckpolc a well known and highly respected Methodist min boottsome years ago That book is culled Four nod OneHalf Years in the Italy Missions He had spent that period on the Methodist mis lions in Italy and knew whereof he wrote The exalted ideas and hopes that filled his breast at the first glimpse of St Peters he de scribed ali follows Here at last is tine citadel of the hostile forces lien is the confer of that huge system of error and super stiffen that we hove come so far to s opposingHis graduallybutlater in his work ho tells how Meth odist Sundayschools were formed in chitnj dren a prize was offered every Sun ay it might be n pair of shoes or stockings a cap a handkerchief some fruit or confectionery As n prize for every scholar would be rather too expensive a species of theij f j gutthewas discontinued and 3 immediately the children began to inquire Arc we not to have our prizes Perhaps everySunday theynfollowing Sunday not nppearcdfhero1 fromthat j daytoFrom this it can be seen that there victims of the Protestant propu tUedottana1 1 and RI clad children of destitute parents Tine poor mother strug gling with her poverty with her children around her crying for bread is offered a home and educa ion for lher children Althoug noticing may be said to these poor captives about religion entrance into Protestant homes and schools means loss of faith to those children and thus the seedof a Protestant goner ation is sown in Rome This was the method of proselytism introduced into Ireland by the soupcrs in time of famine Dishonesty is another crimetin Rev Mr Stackpolo fastens on the Methodist church in Italy The an nual salaries and all kinds of ex penses paid by the authorities ini America are in proportion to the church membership The reports of converts and church members arc doctored accordingly Tine author writesWe once asked one of the preach ers why he did not cut down the statistical report for the minutes to J repliedThatg hoc tinYfanJ e authorities on both sides of the ocean want to see every year in the reports ian increase of membership probationers conversions etc and3 they are accommodating enough to matte the desired increase Further along ho states that this ItlilythatJ neighboringa superintendant final warning the Rer Stockpot says Our churches are growing our missionary operations extending our benefactions swelling and we con gratulate ourselves upon our progress but we here only to con tinue making the same kind of progress long enough nnd our destruction is sure It is of course quite improper i to state in public print all facts that the authorities need disgracefulINo wonder that the rope or an sensible Catholfc resents the sending of non Cathotio missionaries into Rome or any other Catholic country GOLDEN APPLE Ladles of Altar Society SurpriseisPastor tineanniversarofy e W 8 huhmann pastor of St Johns church DurIng the year that h C has been in charge the people of that parish have lamed to admire hf I jtnd he has attracted mans other 1towor1 l Societylbirthday and they took steps to arjI a surprise An extraordinary aeon of tine Altar Society was called ion Friday ercoiMT After 9rvto in the church tfee diet I enabled in the school b n Wken J Father Beh lna w entered to sine r Oi thin the occasion for the extra ordinary session ho found the ladles seated at a table and apparently en supperFather was invited to the feast He declined because it wasI Lent One lady prevailed on him to accept an apple It was the right apple It had been scooped out an l the interior contained number o gold pieces Father Schuhmann was pleasantly surprised and sold so Ills address of appreciation more than ever en deared him to the people tit St Johns ST LEOS MISSION Will Open at Late Mass to ContinMe One Week Tie Wry Rev Henry MWflr C P will open a weeks mission at St eos church Highland Park at tin late mass 10 oclock tomorrow morning Father Miller is now Rector of the Passlonist monastery in Chicago but was formerly Rector of Snared Heart Retreat in Louisville He inns a national reputation asapulpit orator The missionary will celebrate tine mass with the pastor of St Leos Itzgeroldlisfrom Sacred Heart Retreat as sub sermonItosnry l Sntursayclose n week from tomorrow night wlttbesermontomorrowThis is the first mission 1o be given nt St Lees Tine parish covers a r teritorycomefromOWENSUOKO Sartp Council Suffers Loss From Destructive tirare Jborowhichdestroyedcouncil in tine lodge room The loss wIllamount to 700 with an insur once of only 450 Fortunately the rooms on tine west side were not de stroyed and meetings will be told iin duringIentcausedbel1lgtJ1rningdown1tbe every vestige of the paraphernalia and ruining tho charter and nil framed commissions and pictures Nothing daunted the council met Thursday night and received n num her of applications The literary so ciety another feature of Sart Council met Monday night and closed n very satisfactory charter lIt Grand Director Albert Obersttsubmitted his report of tine work of the Board of Grand Directors at thei meeting held in Louisville and it wa welt receivedrrapeiillI A hoped that by Easter it will be ready for occupancy A class is being tir ganized and Iu special programme will3 bo arranged for the oepning A fine gymnasium outfit will be installed nnd this promises to draw many adaflitions and interest the athletes now among the members GOOD MAN GONE Patrick McCormack a Vet eran Engineer Called Home 3The funeral of Patrick McCormack who died in Rusellvillc on Friday planfroma Saturday morning and was by many old friends rleCormac was a native of Ireland but came to Louisville in his early youth For thirty years he was a member of St Louis Bertrands parish and one of UolyNameMr McCormack was a locomotive engineer in the employ of the Lout ville Nashville railroad Fifteen years ago he removed to Russellville e and made his home with his sister Mrs Ellen Ryan wife of Patrick ryan Master Mechanic for the L and N at that place He is survived by two sisters Mrs Ryan and Sister Mary of the Lorettlno order Patrick McCormack was one o 0SAmerica a poor boy He worked and he was ambitious He prosperedd too but his sole ambition was the care of his mother and sisters None ever naked Pat McCormack for char ity and was refused- 1vEsrMiNSTER i OOXSKCRATEI Westminster Cathedral the chief Catholic church of London is to be consecrated Juno 28 The cornerstone waK laid June 28 1893 tint the edifice has beeri completed for some years The consecration of the Cathedral means hat iit Is now free from debt r l1CLL ON T11E IUi- CmColdlbert Scott of this city and President of the State Board of Con Itpol for Tnatltutloas fell1 Otl the toe white in Cfsthgton last Sunday and sustainedJ a Very severe Ir It was J1eee rytAuenvt him to1 tu asylum for Ae hlitap then tlira Scott went to1 Lexington oil Monday ittttihsi i remained with Wr huM4 ever eagar Col Seott l Uaotbe able to leave kja bd for emp date ALTARS History ot tIle Holy Table and thefWord Early Priests nnd Bishops Used Altttrs ol Wood For Sacrifice Certain Requirements I e mantled Now by the Pon tifical Law It STONEeEvery Catholic knows that an altar is that place ina church or chapel where mass is celebrated but there re many who do not understand the origin and history of the Word Altar is a Hebrew word and literally means a place for sacrifice In early times the nltar was more t usually of wood nnd an altar of this kind is stilt preserved in the Church of St John Lateran at Rome on which St Peter is said to have celebrated mass But the tombs of martyrs in the Catacombs and else where were also used for the holy tisacrifice tine slab of marble which covered the sepulchre serving as on altartable and for almost fourteen centuries that part of the altar on which the Eucharist is consecrated has always been ofstone or marble After the time of Constantine when churches were erected careful Arrangements were mode for the position of the altar It did not lean as It often does now against the sanctuary wall but stood out with n space around it so that the Bishop when celebrating muss looked toward the pooplelhusrothe altar looked in the same direc on as the portals of the church and often both were turned toward the East This ancientf arrangement J still excmpllfcd by the Papal in the Roman basilicas but z particularly In St Peters where the greatlestlvalssame tlme to the people tine portals of the church and to the East Thn altars In Mm Catacombs worn still employed but even new altars were sanctified by relics a custom to which so much importance was at tributedt that St Ambrose would not consecrate an altar until he found relics to place in it Then as now theinUar was cbyeredfSrltliKltrien cloths which as appears in a rubric of the Sacramentary St OelashiH were first blessed and consecrates The altar was surmounted ba can opt supported by columns between oftenoJ was adorned with tine sacred vessels jplaced upon it in rows and with overtllealtar Itself thesChristians alike bespeak the- everence in which the altar was tinedivineChristl1le K j Julthrul3thej church and it was known an tine table of asylum frorr which not even criminals could forced useditFinally before the iufar was j theDlshopwhich this custom was introduced can not be accurately determined InSouthernspeaks of this custom as familiar to everybody The rubrics prefixed to the unman oftinemarbleorstone large enough to hold tIle thIsltarconsecrated andrequisitekaltar must also bo covered by three cloths also orbynecessaryfacJ1tiesplnceduponsticks the Missal placed on a JookIng crucifix ought to be an altar card with certain prayers whi6h the priest IwithoutInconvenience There may be a number of altars mustcontain 0 Altars and CPlsecrated PonUflclThe chrismto 1 andtherepository afterward sealed upnSACRED HEART CHURCH Tina Forty Hours adoration one of the most solemn devotions of the thf111ghBrqadwayaqlghmassAomorrowmornhllal1ll n Beautiful decorations of the church venlyaspect8torneyvexpcettJlat these devotional exer ciea will beV exceptionally well at tended RBQUniB BIG GMW8 n t rein ot Oenuatfour mw RrcadnaugaU wilt xagtllry a yrinr of 1800ThI7 lia feMMr Mecunt for the ttontt QmMWMtr nit Brltjii a1a1N1of N ai7 b to- SU e K 1 T iTOILY IRlSH AMERIOAN KENTU6KY IRISH flMERIGM leveled to the Social and Moral AdriHcemenieBtt of Irish Americans and Catholics i Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young M ns Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bnltred it the Umlivlll Poitottle M See M CI Mnatttr 51AlreeeLOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19 1910 HACK TO HR GOSPEI Despite the protest of the Laiila vine Ministerial Association the c Columbus day bill has passed both House and Senate of the Kentucky Legislature When one considers that the Louisville Ministerial Association fought Mayor ilcnd and his colleague candidates In the last municipal campaign and lost and now lose the fight again a trivial and belated honor paid Christopher Columbus it might not be a bad idea for some one to suggest that the ministers return to preaching the gospel Their efforts to break into politics have been of little avail WHAT WILL ROOSEVELT SAY Former President Roosevelt has almost completed his hunt for big game In South Africa He Is expected to arrive In London In May En route He may stopat Homo Of curse London and Oxford are anxiously awaiting the coming of the man who does things While in London he will undoubtedly be the guest of the Irish members of Parliament at ono dinner at least Some people might consider it undiplomatic for an exPresident to j express publicly in London his atti tude oh the Irish question Mr Roosevelt has never been a stickler for diplomatic etiquette and has done many undiplomatic things dip lomatically and very forcibly What ever he has to say on the Irish question will be awaited with interest WASHINGTON AXD COLUMDUS Wherever there is a council of the Knights of Coiumbuslheannlversary of the birthday of George Washing ton will be appropriately celebrated Washington has been dead many years but his death is not too remote for a kindly remembrance by the Knights of Columbus God made tile world Christopher Columbus and George Washington were his creatures as we nil are Washington was guided by our Heavenly Father in his fight for the liberty of the people of the United States To him all credit is due None dare assail him Christopher Columbus another of Gods cretures discovered America It was Gods willColumbusmado America a land of liberty From Alaska to Terre del Fuego every American should honor the memory of Christopher Colum bus SAVING OIl UUEN County Judge Mulr Weisslnger is to be commended for his considera tion for the unfortunate children brought before him As County Judge he is cxofficio Judge of the Juvenile Court and has to consider what is best to do for wayward and unfortunate youngsters who are haled before him every Friday morning I This young jurist found the Juvenile Court a very weightycon sideration He gave the matter thought and ascertained how the youngsters wore being treated In other large cities where the Juvenile Court Is iin vogue As a consequence he has laud a court room filed up as a lawyers Study with a table and chairs There he will sit hear the stories of thin children and dual out justice as he deems proper In this way the chil dren will not be submitted to the stare of the gaping crowds and will not be overawed by a multitude of people If Judge Weissinger tinues as he line begun he win canI favor with all classes lrteSle r party PKOTEOT TILE MINERS There Is no morn important bill pending before Congress than that anillIJroddlnginsure n reduction In the appalling industryTheRepresentrtivesnud has gong to the l Senate fV consideration Senator Dick of Ohio is Chairman of the committee that has the I matter under1 consideration Rail he is backed byV such a stalwart champion as Senator Cilloltlof Illinois But its lading opponents ire Senators Bailey 1 of Texasi iR Democrat and lleybuni Xepubll anMr Bailey is atellilioaJ rhtIJfrlleybl11 wit the tyli oy MmendSprl jiB mi to ere a mpaijtaieiit qf Miaee be lleTinjf that Cbagre ta would pota- tiwnd + for tfce fimrndiiMnt I The eyes of the entire countryn are now on Congress but both Louses seem to toe laaettve to the a point of Idleness The people read day utter day of disasters In mites in Idaho Kentucky Ohio Pennsyl vania Illinois and other States they see where hundreds of lives arc snuffed out In an Instant they see no relief no provision made for the maintenance of widows and orph ans noncare taken tomod the re currence of similar accidents II How can there be any real objection to a measure which has had for Its purpose both the pro tection of human life anti the devel opment of an industry At least 1000000 men are engaged in the business of mining They have been subject to conditions that would not be tolerated In Europe andwhich are responsible for a higher fatality rate than is true of countries of the old world These men deserve con sideration and legislation I GEORGEWASIIINGTON Next Tuesdaywill be the 178th anniversary of the birth of George Washington justly called the father of his country As such his memory should be honored by every American man and woman boy and girl Exercises should be held In every school public and private and the old story of Washington and his struggle for liberty should be told again After love of God comes love of country and there Is no better means of inculcating a spirit of patriotism than by honoring the heroes of our country Every American should remember on WnshlngtonVi birthday tosay In spirit if not In public How shall we rank thee upon pagelhon i justlessvAll thou hast been reflects less fame on thee Far less than nil thou liast for borne to me- AOTED WISELY The Kentucky Legislature Is to be congratulated on honoring the memory of Christopher Cplumbus by enacting a bill making October 12 a holiday On that day 3492 Colum bus first set foot on American soil He blazed the way for others He made possible the great countries of North and South America We honor the memory of Washington on February 22of Lincoln on February 12 and we honor the memory of those men who signed the Declara tion of Independence by taking a holiday oh July 4 Now why not honor the memory of Christopher Columbus It Is not proposed to make itn religious holiday in any sense of tIle word Is It not right to honor the memory of moan wnyforAbraham Lincoln LAIJOUS BEST F1UEN1 In these days when there Is so much agitation of economic and labor questions how ninny there arc who overlook that mother of all breadwinners the Catholic church The Catholic Sun of Syracuse well says If the people the toilers and breadwinners of this republic would look Into the history of the Catholic church they would find i ofibest friend bf their Just demands she recognizes as the brightest jew I theIsriritually are t IThe attendance at the Lenten de votions at all the churches in Louis ville is most edifying Pastors arc particularly pleased with the in creased attendance nt mass In the ilcUyi8rOlllsvl1JeI todaytomorrow rmpatJeneeiIncrease our suffering whereas meek submission sanctifies nil suffering peRccnmlqitalanguishI AS QTIIEn SKB IIS pronldeatjournalistof Emporla XAII on bin return from thisthoughtCatholicchurchfar lttfeUolynOwelikeJMitted Jiby erJouiirolBded per3ona of itrholdingi ifftheJ yVftk removed barbarism nd anarchy world1hedmingledebtt iY I IIsspffiJ Mr and Mrs John P Hanlcy of Crescent Hill spent severdrdays1 last week with friends at Frankfort I I Miss Katherine Keating of Shelby vllle was here this week the guest of her sister Miss Nora Keating of N street I IMissesI Elizabeth and Llllie Brower returned last week from a most enjoyable visit to Miss Essie Swearingcn at Mt Washington I IMiss Nellie Duncan of South Louisville and her cousin Miss Ha lie Essex of New Haven who visited Miss Clare Sullivan have returned to their homes Mrs William Farrell and daughter Helenwhowere the guests of Mrs Jennie Wible 214 West Second street New Albany have returned to their home at Pooh I IICol Thomas sand Mrs Shea entertained number of friends at an Informal reception last Saturday in honor of Misses Lucy and Anna Taylor of Lagrange Miss Mottle McAllister and brother C V McAllister of Park land who attended the New Orleans Mardi Gras celebration have been spending the past week in Florida Mrs Charles Tanner and daughter Miss Eva Tanner of St Marys and Miss Lois McGovern of West Point were this week the guests of Mrs Joseph Myerick at her home in Port I I landfirs Flanlgan and Mrs S II Walkerof Lyndon who went to Jfew Orleans to visit friends and at tend the Mardi Qras festivities hove gone to Florida for the rest of the winter I I Among the dry goods buyers from i i this city who were prominent in New York this week were Messrs Nick Gathof of the firm of Gathof Bros and John J Grotty with the John Q Lewis Company I Edwin C Schuler well known I Crescent Hill and Miss Lena Haun who were quietly married by th Rev Father NIessen at Holy Trinity church on Tuesday evening of last week are spending their lhoneymoon in the East They will not return until March 1 When they will be at home to their friends In Worthing I tonGOOD NEWS POll CARRIERS I William J Kelley of Brooklyn N Y President of the National Asso elation of Letter Carriers is noW making a tour of the country on of ficial business for the organization of which he is the head Last Saturday night he addressed the Cincin nati branch of the organization He is expected to visit Louisville and talk to the letter carriers here Mr Kelley says that the organization is In the best possible condition nu merically Mud financially and that i the benefit branch has fully 250000 Invested in real estate Besides Jt has other investment In good se curities He says also that for a hueorganizationinvestments have netted 0 per cent annually During the existence of the benefit branch there has been paid out about 1500000 in death benefits The sick benefit branch which pays 9 n week for twentysix weeks is also in flourishing condi Lion POPULAR ENGINEER DEAD William F Leonard a popular locomotive engineer and resident of JefferHouvllle died at his hones 731 Watt street on Tuesday night lie C0I11111CIIHon not expected The deceased was born at Madison Jnd fiftysix years ago but had spent the greater part of his life in Jcffersoiiville Ho Is survived by his wife who vsis Miss Mary llanloii and time follow ing children James L John J Will iam F Jr Robert and Edward Leonard und Misses Maggie Roberta and Evelyn Leonard Ills funeral I AugustineIfuns of the Brotherhood of Locomo tire Engineers and Firemen FODDER FOR VANS Local fauns are anxious for the baseball season to open but when It does they must wait for some time before theysee Owner Gray sons new Colonels The Louisville Colnmbussntl proceed to Toledo for four more then they will return home Steve Kane a Louisville product and one of the best in tine business umplrQhltheNationalJAegll jng season Mr lane will receive u nice increase In calary x v r lust yearIfA9 NEW SUPI4RINTBVIH5NT The Louisville Railway Company lime ii norm Superintendent of Tritffla in the person of Samuel Jtfddle a young h4nreUe and experienced I street ir man of JbikMlDIalaJe Iii a oollegB graduate ael4 at the u C Hatchet in Each Brick FOR WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY Made by GEORGE WASHINGTON Cuscaden We make Brick Cream with al1d signsin center We ship to all railway stations Cuscadens Ice Cream Works 309 and 311 S Second Four Telephones 518 and 584 same time has had practical experience as the Assistant Superintendent of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit lines Mr Riddle has assumed his new duties and it is safe to say will glue Louisville an uptodate trans portation system NICE TRIBUTE Paid Nuns by Lady of a Dissenting Faith Mrs A J Sampson wife of the United States Minister to Ecuador in a letter to the Northwestern Chris tian Advocate a journal published by the Methodists of Chicago describes what she saw In a leper hospital in Quito The hospital is in charge of Catholic nuns She Writes Among these different classes of unfortunates there are twelve res ident Sisters of Charity who arc here there and everywhere Clothed ih whitcvwth kind plagJNfaces1 they minister to the suffering and speak cheerful words to each The Mother Superior who told me she had been In charge twelve years had a face only in a thousand strong and resolute with a light upon it that spoke for the spirit within We asked her how she could endure to spend her life among such scenes We were about leaving sand without a word she took my hand in hers and led me to a tiny chapel hung In white The altar was strewn with flowers on one side hung a picture of Our Mother of Sorrows and near it hung one of the Good Shepherd to which she pointed and our question answeredWe by her side a moment looking into the face of the Good Shepherd and the contrast withall we had seen and felt during the two hours before was such that a hush fell upon us and in thought we were transported beyond the clouds A moment later the great doors banged behind us we passed Into the fresh air and sunshine in silence1 and with thankful hearts for the blessings which crowned our own lives while each felt that within was the great est aggregation of misery we had ever seen which was relieved only by the se1fdenlaland patient endur ance of a handful of women who had willingnservice for others and who never theirechosen work until from age or weal ness they are forced to give it Into other hams Such a tribute to Catholic nuns is as beautiful as it is rare VICTIM OF ACCIDENT Robert Brooks A well and favor ably known young man met with an accident last Saturday that resulted in his death Mr Brooks was a fore man in the employ of Fitch Com pany contractors for the Louisville sewer system While engaged in the performance of his duties he was struck on the head by a steam shovel and sustained injuries which resulted in his death soon after Only three months before lie burled his mother at Stithton and Ills remains were taken to that place on Monday and interred beside1 her Ho is survived by his wife his father a brother and several sisters The deceased Was only twuntytHeven years old and stood high in the opinionof all his acquaintances REGIS EARLY Unity Council Y M I of New earlyAtChairman of the Entertainment Committee reported that ho had se cured fJlenwood Park for the coun cils annual picnic for Labor day SeptemherPresident meeting The attendance was large and till the members signified their intention of attending the joint meeting of Mackln Council next Monday night- ORPILLN ASYLUM REPORT The annual report of the finances of the St Josephs Orphan Asylum of Covjngtont has been submitted to the Trustees and shows the follow expenditures chlldrenfortythree boysin cided to expend 10000 to Install a water supply and insure better fire protectionLEXINGTON KNIGHT HERE ClerJJs orIexlngtonLouisll1Irrespon sible for the blizzard Mr Rogers is District Deputy of time Knights of mal1brotherXnlght PASSED COLUMBUS DAY RILTA t1BOctobtrthllJStaKentucky Legislature1 by goodly ma Wl1I1O1toGROWTH OF A CBOTIIRYi rhoHctaftseventyptteetsrare vices Arehbi h 4eisbti c t I34ho1lA HtNO and over 13J04 chunhea 7 44a BUSY DAYS Are These In Ecclesiastical Circles In the United States- Massachusetts Priest Has Been Made Bishop ot Hartford Sketch ol the New Auxiliary Bishop ot St Paul Archdiocese STANDS FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP These arc busy days in American ecclesiastical circles and In several dioceses the priests and people are preparing to welcome new prelates correspondinglybusy duties and arranging their affairs in old parishes Time latest appoint ment is that of the Rev John J Nllun of Amesburg Mass to be Bishop of Hartford Conn nightTIcvwas consecrated Bishop of Hartford on February 22 1894 and died on October 5 1908 sluice which time the BishopelectNIlangreatlearningThe Very Rev John J Lawler AuxiliaryllIshopPaul was announced last week has been rector of the Cathedral In that city for thirteen years and its cle vat Ion did not cause surprise HcT EasterIllsrecommendation of Archbishop Ire land and the Bishops of that provinceFather Lawler was born of Irish parents at Rochester Minn in preliroinarystudlea and completed them in the seminary of St Francis Milwaukee Later no went to Belgium anti graduated from the University of Louraln lIe was ordained in 1885 but remained at the university two years lor a post hisdegreesto Minnesota he was made professor CollegeStmade pastor of St Lukes where ho remained until thirteen years ago when he became rector of the St Paul Cathedral During his twenty years residence I in St Paul Father Lawler has been thebettermentraised his voice many times on the public platform on behalf of good citizenship The late Goy Johnson appointed him Chaplain of the An tional Guard of Minnesota1 and he was reappointed by Joy Ebcrlmrt Father Lawler is a member of the Minnesota State Art Commission a Director of the St Paul Institute of Arts and Sciences a member of the Commercial Club President of the Associated Charities and an act lye member of the Informal Club a literary society The latest example of his charity and zeal for the wel fare of all was shown in his suc tol1leclose early on Christmas eve Ills ndmittedbjprolicientlnGormanJrench EnglishKNIGHTS 1 OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where JnitiutedbyBetween 600 and 800 Knights as CityIowain sixtySioux mined to build a nan pf their own rapidly over 400 andldatesCentralIllinoisat an initiation held last Sunday week at Peoria 111 YImayeproperty Broadway and Fifteenth together with the furnishings This gives them a flute home and meeting place STORY OUr SATOLLI rdlnallFranci oftheHobsnaconsecration inthetheCthoUMesalug twtintdo SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 1 42PIECE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to Kentucky Irish American t t AND 200 IN CASR This beautiful Fortytwo Piece Southern Dinner Set is hand decorated in Jasmine floral and gold effects and any housewife would be proud to possess one of same We are offering this set for a limited time for 200 in cash and one years subscription You can not af ford tomiss this opportunity to get one of these hand some sets Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green St I FOR YOUR SPRUNG SUIT I IIIIllome Phone 4961 126 S FIFTH STREET I 1 Both Phone 2399 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING IHorses Celled For and Delivered OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET wwwww I1mtfl rt tDay jjI t I No matter how brightly the sun shines for you TODAY its wise to anticipate and m fifrainyfif f ttttCOUNTwith here and as which which little will as may beff I ItwiceII- II yearII j t Ky Title- Savings t H t Bank and III Trust CoI I cef1fFirth and Court PI mmOpen dally until 3 p IP mianMONEY TO LEND I U aJ fa concludingannounce thit you may Inure a holi day A qulek witted Celt observing the two fingers still extended smilingly Piped up SatolliYesthe Cardinal wJdehprptttpfedthe same time fowerin hls hand FLOWERING SPONGE t A floweringsponge makes af pretty spot of green in a winter room and 1111 to have rGet a rood sued sponge with quite law pores moisten It and place a few hyacinth f NEW MASONIC Starting Monday Night a Solid Week of Music and Fun Usual Matinees JAS T POWERS Jn the Blue Book of Musical Comedy HAVANAThe handsome girls and swinging melo dies will be famous after the first night 7i 1gCRULHYS Two WednesdayMatinee THE GOLDEN GIRL Flynnandriompnyofsixtyforty i the pleasing and successful West Point Musical Specta- cleCASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater especially to Ladles and Children PRINCESSand COLUMBIA Under the same management Wa present only the standard productions historic dramatic and co- micHOPKINS Where the Crowds Co I MOVING I Different From the Rest Same Old- Pricer Entirely New Filmstt i PICTURES I MDustinf r fOe and 5cr bulbs in the Inner chamber Sprinkle the outside with mutant itin8i i all the timer Tbe aceAs will grow 7 and form ww the Ifcv oiuttu a beau tiful flowejUnci ball entirely eon ceiling t impinge VIthVV II o C KENTUOKY IRISH AllJERIOAN N4+ +H o Ntt- I tNNN I MONUMENTS II- In I order to make room for the eniilargement of our workshop we our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i NN N N N N NN- NN J N NN N NIN N+NNNN J E TRACY L H STRAUB f i BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY St STRAUB SUNERAL DIRECTORS AND E EMBALMERS 1 i Ctttttrt PurnUbed on Short Nolle 1531 W MARKET STREET t NsH+N+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O MMMMMHMtM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J JBARRETTSSONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS Fitasfc JkdCaiix Street H D J fidDGHBRTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both PhonS 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Antwfrtd Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGN8SSMITH- LADY BMBALMER 4Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1O77 BEDDING PLANTS1 Geraniums Roses- HeleotroPa t Etc Cemetery Work a specialty 1 REASONABLE PRICES 1 JACOB SCHULZ p THE FLORIST 55Q S FOURTH AVE Betk PliSMes 223n PRIVATE HOSPITAL fMTHE CARE IF WSANE ANB EMLirTC pAnNTIA Ttei Slirtws olHtfcy df JeSfersonviil lad own and manage aprivate hospital 0 for the cars and tre tmeWof Icwnc ukl 1 MiU tk patiMtti Both male and leroak MttiMt arc adinUttkt Rat ratI 1erJurtber lards t OTHER MMkYREOIN RCY M SHTAL Jlau las MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best j materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DR HENDRIGKS DENTIST 436 West Market Street CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telepkoaelon0 All orders receive prompt I aodsatlsfactlonguaranteedFrsink1 Al J AriaI KACHLER ART SI OFEOld Cortez WhiskyS- even Years Old Bottled in Bond QurU 1 Fiatii50c Half late25 NEOer Third a4IrHfi lttHtyMfeKy Ottos ffastalfftittt OTTO E VHNT fttfflXtr llU 1alS 2 UNfit Mc opaDayaaclNllhf Slao fOfdera Md Quick Srvioc- Oyttorap to S MOB Ill441 Well Jafhka eltwt HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr I the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes I The fair held by the divisions of New Ilnvcn Conn Was a decided success Meuiberu of Division 1 had a hearty welcome for Jnmes Twohlg last Tuesday night Division 2 met last night and the suggestions submitted by Joe Lynch met with hearty approval Milwaukee Hibernians will receive holy communion in n body lit St Johns Cathedral on 1assion Sunday Thomas Tarpey of Division 1 bdJ lives that smokers and social ses sions are conducive to large attend mice at meetings Fifty members of Division 16 of Jersey City honored Michael Lavin their last President with a banquet at the Columbian Club Our Ladles Auxiliary will afford a pleasing surprise with their new paraphernalia which will be exhib ited soon after Easter The County Board will have a line programme for the entertainment at Maeaulcys for the benefit of the Irish Parliamentary party Nearly all the national officers and Editor Haltigan were visitors and delivered short addresses at the last meeting of the MJhyaukeo divlsI vIon reprcscntativcs will soon be before the State and County hoards for careful consider ation Division 4 will close the months meetings on Monday February 28 President Hcnnessy will have some reports read that will interest nil the membersDivision 3 meets again Monday night and those members who wore not nt the opening meeting arc ex pected to be present and again view the old home The County Board will meet again Thursday night The large attend ance of delegates shows the interest that has been nwakeneo by theI 1 sent officers The presence of hundreds of mem bers receiving holy communion at St Patricks church on the morning of Passion Sunday will be an edifying sight Every one should be there Five hundred members were pees ent when State President Kvleher installed the offlcrs of the four Denver divisions During the past year the State organization has greatly increased its membership and usefulness This is the time to increase the membership In this city there are hundreds of men who would join the Ancient Order If properly ap proached Members should tell their friends of the advantages and pleas ures the Hibernians enjoy Every member could with little effort secure one applicant before March IT and thus double our number DARED BLIZZARD Ladles Auxiliary Held Big Meeting Despite Storm The blizzard of Wednesday night seemed to have no terrors for the members of the Ladles Auxiliary A O Hand the attendance was Very largo considering the weather Miss Maggie Coughlin presided in the absence of llss nose Sweeney Several applications were received and one new member was elected Three members were reported on 1 the sick list Miss Maggie Jlourlgan occupied the Vice residents chair during the evening It was decided to order the par aphcrnalia for the degree tcatu at once Memorial resolutions on the death of Mrs William J Burke were adopted and the charter was ordered draped for thirty days The ladles decided to approach holy communion iu a bodyon Passion Sunday the same morning that the Hibernians will receive the blessed sacrllmentII SUCCUMBS TO PAIIAJXSIS t j Mrs Licttii Helling Buddekc a well known nlatrbn of the East End I died at the home of her son Charles I II Buddeke 522 East Broadway on 1 Wednesday night On Thursday of last week she suffered an attack of acute indigestion and on the follow ing day she sustained a paralytic stroke She never rallied from the shock She is survived by her bus I band John If Buddeke for many years proprietor of the Commercial Caleaml six children TJiey are MrsA J Moth Mrs FrankOottI brath Mrs Joseph Schildt Miss Alice Buddeke and Henry and Charles Buddekc The funeral willI take place front St Boniface church this morning The deceased was noted for her many charities and activity in church work ITALYS SONS QRGAX1ZE The ItaltanAinericari Club an or ganization of local ItalianAmeri cans proposes to buy or build Its own clubhouse A club for this pur pose has filed Its charter with the incorporatorsaare J Pink Cuneo President An thony Gullllano Vice President J P lula Secretary and Treasurer and Frank Pinella Den Langamba and Louis QcrgaminI stockholders HURT BY FALL Miss nof New Albany fell last Saturday on the stairway of the Baer store In that city sustain ig painful bruises and a serious cut onceoremoved to her home 1413 avenue and medleal aseiatance same moned For several days Giles Flynn suffered much lnblt tier many friends will be pleased to learn that she is again able to be out 1HAR JNJM1BOP 7I r John JMolloywife and daughter of CovtagtovJiatted from Nw York fr Catope last turda- JTherpaot to te rnd Ihtift Jeert r Mens I II IIandYouths 2Sand30 Suits Overcoatsand Raincoats For 15 Elbee and Hart Schaffner Marx Goods LEVYSThird The Bright Spot ItiHoulavllle I STATEMENT OF THE LOUISVILLE RAIL WAY COMPANY FOR YEAR END ING DEC 31 1909 Louisville Ky Feb 16 1910 GROSS EARNINGS Passenger Revenue City Ltnes2C2SS t5 Revenue from Malt and Adver tising 1763166 Passenger Revenue Interurban Lines 1G2C6S10 Freight and Express Revenues Interurban Lines 24711 06 Income from other sources 7882 S7 Gross Income 9C9132 SI OPERATING EXPENSES Operating Kxpcns 0 8 City Lines I5684i360 Operating Expena e s Interurban Lines 96932 33 State County and City Taxes for 12 months 216000 00 Interest on debt paid and accrued 3S73S4 99 Dividend on Preferred Stock 12500000 Total charges and expenses J2391790 91 Net earnings S C773U 87 Disposed of as follows Dividend on Common Stock l645060 00 Set aside for accident reserve 5000 00 Carried to surplus Income account CC31 87 1577341 87 The report of the Secretary and Treasurer and the general balance sheet of the company which is pre Rented at the stockholders annual meeting will give details that can not be embodied in this report BONDS On March 15 the company sold 1000 4YI per cent bonds of the de nomination of 1000 each Or a total of 1000000 the proceeds of which were used to retire other securities and acquire additional property fur the company The few outstanding bonds of the Central Passenger Itailway Company that matured In 1003 were paid off time total Issue of bonds destroyed and the mortgage ancelled on the Cth day of October All of the 1000000 issue of 0 percent bonds of the Louisville City Hallway Company that matured July 1909 have been paid except six which will be paid when presented and the mortgage cancelled The 100000 of outstanding C per cent collateral trust notes were paid June 1 the total issue de stroyed and the mortgage cancelled on the 17th day of June The 5 per cent fortyyear mort gage authorized at the meeting of the stockholders January 29 1910 has been executed and platted to recordPAYONPJiATFOflM CAnS During the year more than one huff of the cntlre system was changed so as to require the fare to be paid on the platform and the same has proven 60 satisfactory that we will continue the work so as to include alt the lines In the city as rapidly as same can be ac complished MOTIVE POWER The new fire iroof boiler house under construction is now near completion In this is being in stalled four Babcock R Wilcox Im proved tubular boilers o SOOOhorse power and the latest improved machinery for handling and st ring coal OTUEU IMPltOVKMEMS The sprinkling system hue been eXtended to cover all Hues in the city giving the public the benefit of same without cost to the city or propertyholdersThe installing copper cables in the conduits hay continued until there remains but little to be done to have alt feed wires underground in District A during 1910 as proyided by the city ordinance Other expenditures have teen made for the betterment and improvement of the buildings tracks and other property over the various systemRespectfully for the Boaru byT President QFtflOEHS T J Mluary lresldent Alex P Humphrey Vice President andIrleasurerX DIRECTORS J B Speed T J Minary Alex P Humphreyt Alexander Henry Davis H H Littell John Stints Samuel Casiedaji Charle1 r Ballard- Osesr FtinIey SamuelG BoYle L W B6U 1 tgtkand eotton and iiik wrf IhuwiI mixture reM be xiiMfc fa ridenee In ubttlpeltej Uturla L t + 1 IIIIRELAND I Record of the lost Important of I Ithe Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges regrettheAlderman Iligglns has been re elected Mayor of Sligo for 1910 The wife of llatt llealy of Daily mote County SlIgo tins given birth to three sons JuJlehasDublin for 1010 Extensive structural Improvements are about to be made at Stt Josephs church Cookstown County Tyrone Judge Bodkin was presented with white gloves at the opening session of tho Clare County Court nt Ennis Patrick MeCarlcn has resigned his seat in the Dublin Municipal Council He was elected for the Rotunda ward a year ago A cattle drive took place in the MilHown district of Onlwny when the grazing farms held by Mrs Blake were cleared John Moffatt and his wife who lived on nfann near Balllnamallard hadn narrow escape from death when their house collapsed The prospects are favorable for the erection of new technical schools at Baltlnglass and Vicklow Each school will cost about 14000 George Walter has been unan theEnitiTsh1flhenGeorge AVhaley was elected Vice ChairmanDennis nattlngl1ssh tullinghealthteen years DlnghamlortJlh husbecntains County DowuI recentlyatI 111edcccased wellInJohn Dunfttr an old age pensioner of County Tipperary dropped lead believed sponsible for his death timedeatheraine who for thirty years was JIlghSchooMrs Curran wife of John Curran Killarneydiedhundred Kerry friends followed the corpse to its resting place in Muck ross Abbey Judge Brereton Barry was presented with white gloves nt Carlow Quarter Sessions there being no criminal jurieswere oGnlwaJCorcoranfrom toAustraliadiocesancollege ArroCountydIVilllanof an evicted farm in the district was mobbed by a hostile crowd One man struck ONeill and ho was 1m medjatuly arrested but the crowd surrounded the police and made several attempts to rescue the prisoner OCONNELL AIDED Irish Liberator Helped Fund For German Cath olic Schools It may not be known that Dnnlvl OConnell the great Irish Liberator was a friend of the German Cath olics Yet he was just ns he was n friend of its own people the Irish There are records to show that OConnell In March 1810 presided over a meeting In London to start tschool fund to support Oejrman Oath olio schools slucenourishedof the United States as well as those in tho Fatherland 1m ve every reason to be grateful to the memory of Daniel OConnell In America Irish and German Catholics heave stood ever shoulder to shoulder for the maintenance of n Catholic educational system DIED OUT WEST John F Dlneen a former resident MarysIdahodeceased served in the United States Spuuls11AJuerlcnn LexingtonAbout toIdaholwublothersLexington and llIDlneen of Chat toLexlngtonorC TOWN EXTIftEIA CATHOLIC Iiasisbe the largest Catholic church west of the Mississippi river This town Is composed entirely of Catholics Time edifice will bo entirely of stone and granite Its style will be the type of the Basilicas sp famous In Italy in the seventh century Outside are two massive stone towers 140 feet above the ground holding iinimense whiletheofbellstentorellg1011seinblelitR ltIlreetbytheehnificent to be had The cost will be essfarmerscow CURB 0 thertmiautesaMapleJtot w tropllltaplri of cawpfcor iM dregs Mix well and drink- or aip the whoU of Ji oa b tas eae FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KTT OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one 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President McCarthy with a very handsome gavel and the recipient duly expressed his appreciation It was announced that the Nashville Club was growing nnd Txiulsvllle KiUghts promise tosend a big dele gallon to the Supreme convention which will meet in the Tennessee capital next May President McCarthy requested a full attendance of the committee at the next meeting when reports of various committees will bo made GOLDEN WEDDING Venerable Hardin County Couple Renew Vows Mr and Mrs William Vessels prominent and venerable residents of Hardin county celebrated their golden wedding at St Johns church in that county on Tuesday morning The Rev Father J J1 Abell eels brated the jubilee mass which was attended by eight living children many grandchildren and great grand children and a host of friends After the mass all repaired to the home of Mr and Mrs Vessels where an all day feast and family reunion was held in honor of the happy event Mr and Mrs Vessels were mar ried on February 15 1800 and for fifty years have enjoyed a happy married life No marriage in recent years in St Johns church has at tracted sucn widespread attention and no young young couple received so many tender and profuse congratulations During the thirtythree years of Father Abells priesthood this is the third time that he has been called upon to officiate at a golden weddlfig MANY ILL Division 4A O H Has Number On Sick List President John H Ucnncssy pre sided over a splendid meeting of Division 4 A O H on Monday night and a great amount of business was disposed of during tne evening Quite a number of embers were reported ill They are James Lyons Steve Toomev Michael McIIugh Michael Ward Michael OKeefe and Michael Doyle hospitalHarrywho had been ill were reported re covered A communication rom P J Naughton conveyed a message of thanks for the kindness and sym pathy extended on the occasion of his wifes death Among the old members present afterlongab sence were William J ChawK Michael Ruhan Dennis Collins and William Ansbro Stephen J Me the1eol111111tteetomeat reported that he had called the matter to the attention of the County Board JosephLynchofficers The ceremony was quite impressive WILL LOCATE IN TEXAS Frank L Lanahan left Louisville for Houston Texas on Tuesday He expects to engage in buslnessihud locate permanently in the Lone Star State For several years he huts been an active member of Mucltln Council and in December was elected itsI First Vice President He tendered his resignation oil Monday night It Lanahan ninnyfriends MAOAULEVS The Golden Girl fresh from a seasons triumph in Chicago where it lias crowded two theaters for nearly n year comes next to Mncauleya for four performances opening with a matinee on Washing theproductionwhere a shower of gold descends on a golden costumed ballet anti the Indian Love Song illustrated by lInovelalso be given Wednesdayafternoon HOPKINS THEATER Manager Dustin continues the pre ltopkinsTheaterseason pictures declared to be not included among the things of pleasure denied to the observers of Lent The offerings for next week are of tt the highest order arid maintain the standard of this popular picture house BELTS PRIESTS CIXTliING feInrecentatiVe of A If Jackson a Philadelphia tailor wh6 makes cleri cal elathlnj and vestments While Is Louisville Mr of time clergy and received a number of orderii BLHgiHNti FOR 304TON Monsignor Anderson Auxiliary to PlusNthanked the Pope for elevating hint to bYS pieopate PIttI X made ainqulrteo mbont the MhWrtpii ot Ruston slid sent a bleMinr te him sad the people of the arondloc Al ue sisals tl oM the Btr Dr Supple tel 1Md trst prtte andlenee SOCIETY DIRECTORY II i A OiiDI- VISION tMeets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dola- nTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Moots First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President MartinSheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J StevensFinancial SecretaryJohn Q lies sionTreasurerDaniel J Dougherty tSentinelThomasSergcantatArms James P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Hertrand Hal Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial Secreatry Thomas J LanganAssistant SecretaryDJRecording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerharry Brady CnJJagbnnOutside Sentinel Michael McDcr mott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIIJLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President J 0 Hole MurphyRecording Mc JrodyFinancial JrIrcnsurerDernnrd FlahertyInside Y JSQ r MACKIN COUNCIL 203- ifeets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 South Twentysixth KenneyFirst L LanahanSecond SherleyJuniffRecording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWilliamA Financial Secretary Frank 0 dnmsTrealJurerDanWeber TrealJurerDanWebernrsl1alA11eri WobbFnInside Outside SentlneJosephBtewart IlEOEXT DEATIIS Tames Curran a retired farmer seventysix years old died at the home of his sistcrlnlaw Mrs James Curran 2708 Portland avenue Tuesday night Ills funeral took place from St Cecilias church yesterday morning Mrs Bridget Brown dIednt the home of her niece Mrs Michael lmilldnplace from St Williams church on Thursday morning The deceased 1Ii mourned by many friends Mrs H Cross widow Of the late Charles Cross lied at the family res idence 1043 Von Borries avenue Monday afternoon and the funeral took place from St Brlglds church on Wednesday morning The de ceased was sixtyfour years old and was highly esteemd by all who kncw her Mr and burs Joseph Hubbuch have the sympathy of many friends over the death of their infant son Norbert B Hubbuch who passed away on Monday morning The little ono was only seven mouths old but had found a warm place in the hearts of parents and relatives The funeral took place from the Cathedral on Wednesday afternoon Thomas J McLaughlin Jr died at the fatally residence 425 0 street on Tuesday morning and his funeral took place from Holy Name church on Thursday morning The deceased w twentythree years old and is survived by his parents 3fr and Mrs Thomas McLaughlin The young man was well liked by all who knew him and his untimely death Is keenly regretted respectedJilaC1aughter901 South Twelfth street on Monday placQfromWednesday morning Time deceased was in his seventyninth year and was very highly esteemd by all who knew him The funeral of Miss Mary Qcywtz who died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Louts Geywltz Sin South Twentythird tre tqn3un day morning took place from St Charted Borromeo church on Tues rnlngRId was attended by friends of the family The d ealledwall8eVent years old 1ya11w1l0kt Mrs Elizabeth Wobben dip l at the family residence ijlGWt Jeffer ItafiernooaandIt estssdtbeeeteemJu which uhe was held Bbs U survived by her iusr I band He Nobbea jaftd a brother the JIM nK r Henry of Kansas City but fomwrly ol Louisville J to j FAN CY COSTUMES Will Rule In Production of the MockingBird The Catholic Womans Club prom ises a rare treat to its friends on the nights of April 11 nnd 12 when under its auspices The Mocking Bird will be produced by local talent This line never been heard in Louisville It is the work of A Baldwin Sloane whose other works are well nnd favorably known among local rauslcans and theatergoers The music is catchy and at the same time of n high order Added to this is n clear cut plot which runs through the opera The scenes are Jaid in New Orleans during the latter part of the eighteenth cen tury and give ample opportunity for scenic nnd costuming effects There will be peasant boys and girls grande dames cavaliers and dashing officers all in appropriate attire Nothing will be left undone to make the costuming accurate and picturesque A feature will be the minuet at the opening of the second act COUNTY BOARD Meets and Hears Reports On St Patricks Day The County hoard A 0 H held a meeting at Bertrand Hall on Wednesday night to make further arrangements for tine observance of St Patricks day County President P J Welsh presided The various committees reported progress and it was announced that Macaulcya Theater had been secured for the evening of Palm Sunday The committee on the musical part of the programme reported that the soloists would be Mrs T- AI Barrett and David Maloney The committee also expects to secure a first class quartette Attorney Thomas Walsh President of Division 1 will introduce Judge Matt ODoherty wino will deliver the principal address It was decided to make the general admission twentyfive cents but to reserve the seats in the parquette and first two rows In the dress cir cle at twentyfive cents extra The County Board will meet again at Bertrand Hull next Thursday even Ing to hear further reports TRINITY COUNCIL li Preparing Fortammoth PostLenten Euchre and Dance Trinity Council met Monday night with a good attendance and Presi dent V K Eckcr presiding Only one member was reported ill The council Will given mammoth euchre lotto and dance on Wednesday evening March 30 A communlcatlon from Mackin Council was read embodying an in vitation to attend a joint meeting of time three councils Mackin Trinity anti Unity on the evening of February 21 next Monday The invitation was accepted and it was decided that all members of Trinity would assemble at the club house at 730 oclock next Monday evening and clubhouseAVELTi KNOWN PUBLISHER DIES Many former friends of the dead man assembled at St Vincent de lauds church on Monday morning When the requiem mass was cele brated over the remains of George The pnllbearcrs wereActiveWade Pool Charles JL Buumbach Dr T J Yager Fred Bauer Henry Wulscr and John Sir ubcll Honorary A J Biot IInrprlngASchneider and Frank Dacher Mr Krippenstaple has been in fueling health for several months and his death on Thursday was not unexpected He is survived by his wife Mrs Mary Krippenstaph n well known singer YOUNG LIFE CLOSED Many old friends of the family attended tine funeral of Miss Catherine Fitzpatrick which took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Monday morning She had been ill sew eral years and bore her sufferings with Christian patience The de ceased was a daughter of James Fitzpatrick an expoliceman and died at his residence 818 Cawthon street Besides her father she is survived by one sister Mrs M J Burke of St Louis and three brothers Thomas James and John Fitzpatrick of Louisville Miss Fitzpatrick was only twentysix years old MASONIC THEATER James Tk Powers who will present Havana all next week at the Masonic Theater is the peer of all comedians Havana conies her ald dRsQ clean wholesome enter tainment with qualities which mer ited for Ita run of two entire 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