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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p t n L 0 i C KENTUCKY IRISH f c1 AMERIcAN VOLUME XXIVNO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS CRISIS Int jlclsh anti British political Circles Is Now Very Apparent C L borItcsnndFollocrs of Red mond Insist on Restrict lug Lords ItnpDrtant Debate Follows Speech ot King Edward onndaIIIIS- SOLUTION L SEEMS IMMINENT Are the Irish to get home rule in the near future on is it to be post poned indefinitely These are ques tions that are agitating the people of the Irish race at home and abroad None has a solution to these questions Just at present there is a crisis in English polities and Ire land Is vitally affected The speech of King Edward VII at the opening of Parliament was brie but caused trouble It took only four minutes to read the speech and the principal part of it is as follows Recent experience has disclosed serious difficulties due to recurring differences Of strong opinion between tho two branches of the Legis lature Proposals will be laid before you with all convenient speed to de fIne the relations between the houses of Parliament so as to secure the undivided authority of the House of Commons over finance and its predominance in legislation These measures In the opinion of my advisers should provide that this house should be so constituted and impartlallvinthe functions of initiation and revis ion are subject to proper safeguards ofdelayA on the Kings speech fol lowed in both houses of Parliament oppoition that if the Government was able to show that the upper chamber was constituted in a manner not con ducive to the efficient discharge of its business then the Peers them selves were prepared to cooperate in finding a remedy If the Govern ment was not prepared to show that the Lords were remiss In their duty 1 t then the Lords were ready he said to draw up proposals of their own dealing with the question- In the House of Commons Arthur oppositionnewas ambiguous particularly on the naval question The general election liad been primarily on the budget lie said and he was not quite sure pronouncedlIeaddedWhen the budget has received cold and chilly but numerically ode quate support in this house it will doubtless become a law I believe the majority of tho constituencies in Great Britain are prepared to sup pretended Ireland abstains from opposing the budget it will be because the Irish members think that the interests of loma rule override those of finance and I hold that if the budget were isolated from all Other questions it would be rejected If the Prime Min isters home rule declaration made just before the election had been taken seriously in England as it was in Ireland the other questions would all have been dwarfed In replying for the Government apartfromonly quetion on which the Government announced legislation was the relations between the two houses Nothing more would be Introduced this session The Premier also intimated his intention of putting the budget ahead of the Lords veto question The Nationalists and Laborites took prompt exception to Jir Asquiths pronunciamelito and the fall of the Cabinet seemed likelyJohn E Redmond speaking for the I Irish Nationalists said they stood as they always had apart and inde party1heyat the last election because the Prime Ministers pledge on home rule was supplemented by one still important to Ireland the of the veto power of the Hou moreI lords which was tantamount adoption of home rule He thought and the country thought he con tinued that Premier Asquith had promised to ask for guarantees of the exercise of the royal prerogative hand that if he did hot get them he would decline to hold office But it appeared that the Nationalists wore mistaken The Governments policy was to pass the budget before any assurance was given that the veto bill would pass It was a disastrous policy and meant the throwing away of the mandate which they had re ceived irOn the country They would be enabling the Lords on the veto MH to force a second election In a year and the Peyerament would be l eaten by the weary electorate If the Prime Minister gives us rea sonable sauraicethat he will be able to carry the veto hill into law fthla year said iln Hedmond we Will void for the budget but we are not willing to pytl atprJcefor vnbtbinr JThings looked mquahly for the Coy eminent at the olo e dOt the debate on Monday 1rQ TueadRy the political norfaon had somewhat cleared a Wlriilton Spencer Churchill President of the Board of Trade wto appeared to speak for I the Government aald taat the veto i question would bt pushed This of otmra eaw lha Irkb fMrffr j tiP take on a more conciliatory spirit but at the same time it made no parUamcntarJsituationsituationJames Keir Hardie President of the Independent Labor party pro tested against any attempted recon struction of the House of Lords as merelyinLords a relic of feudalism an insult and outrage upon democracy He hoped that the Government would make the passage of the budget con goingthroughment to refuse the supply as a means of forcing the House of Lords to agree to the abolition of their O powerThere stands and none knows how it will end but it is very probable that the present Cabinet will be forced to retire and that an other general election will take soon after Easter Then unless tho questions before the people are more clearly defined the Liberals will be beaten and home rule for Ireland in definitely postponed TOLEDO CATHOLICS Take Steps to Oppose Sun day andUnnecessaryWork TOLEDO CATHOLICS The Catholics of Toledo Ohio have oStarted a crusade against aU kinds of unnecessary night and Sun worklIsof that city have met and declared themselves in no uncertain terms concerning the unseasonable hours and the work which often is demand ed of Catholic employes Resolutions were adopted which declare The Lucas County Federation of Catholic Societies considering the great number of our people who are compelled to work during unseason able hours and days in different branches of trade and industry and realizing that such work is nob necessitated by any moral social indus trial or economical unavoidable con ditions but mostly by a pernicious and useless custom of people heed lessly procuring their goods and uo ing their shopping at inconvenient hours and days a bad habit which could be easily changed as it has been done in this city in the case of the barber shops closing on Sun daysAnd convinced that this unnatural work is a constant danger to the health of a large number especially among our working women and girls and manyResolved duty of all civic religious commercial in dustrial and social influences to co operate In the abolition of all unnec duringthe helpInsupplyingonly during the natural time of workthat is during the daylight and on the working days onl- yINDIANAPOLIS Anniversary Celebration For Louisvilles New Bishop The twentyfifth anniversary of ODonaghuejust ville diocese as pastor of St Pat ricks church In Indianapolis was observed with much splendor and TuesdaYthebeingdecoratedfor the event The celebration be gan Monday afternoon when the children gave an entertainment in ottheDishBishbpODonaghue assistant priests of St Patricks church A large number of local and visiting clergy were present for the occasion and an able and eloquent sermon was preached by the Very Rev Joseph Chartrand who succeeds Bishop ODonaghue as Vicar General of the Indianapolis diocese After the mass dinner was served to the clergy In the evening an In formal r ception for members of the congregation and friends of the Bishop was held In St Patricks Hall While there was a universal expres theirlovedbeen placed at the head of the his- torIc Louisville diocese and would not be far from them STAND ElttM French Catholics Resolve to Protect Faith of Children t The French Diocesan Congress which has been occupied with the nubile Schools question concluded Its deliberations Saturday with the aflirD1ingInvincible the ibenefactreM of theptople1aild pledging the employment of every means to protefett1qraIthotthe cliiqgCardinalParis declared that the Catholics W01 l he xfStQrlou U they united In the pomtrie election JUiDGE SVLWVAX NOW fejmpelledWoral 1oiirsTneiday and called At tiepi t CtttBaapltalsuspended judgment and tM otbar tm he iii AUTHORITY Ot Bishops Comes JDowii From Earliest Christian Age Head of a Diocese Is Overseer of Ills Entire Flock Has Power to Discipline mid to Excommunicate the Unruly CEREMONY OF CONSECRATION One hears much these days of Bishops their appointments conse cration and enthronement but there are many who know little of the Bishops powers and duties The word Bishop is derived from the Greek eplscopus which occurs in writers of the earliest age in the general sense of overseer and was especially applied in later Greek to the ofifcers whom the Athenians sent to stbject States The Christians adapted the word as the title of an ecclesiastical dignitary who has re ceived the highest of the sacred or ders and is invested with authority to rule a diocese as its chief pastor- A Bishop is therefore superior to simple priests and the Council of Trent defines that this superiority is of divine origin As a matter of history St James was Bishop of Jerusalem in the year 44 Accord ing to the Council of Trent a Bishop is the successor of the Apostles He has received the sacrament of holy order in all its fullness Like the Apostles he can confirm ordain priests and consecrate other Bishops The Pope himself as far as order goes is only a Bishop The church teaches that the Holy Ghost has ap pointed Bishops to rule the church of God and although the Pope can suppress sees or change their boundaries he can not do away throughout the church with Bishops governing their sees with ordinary jurisdiction because this would in- volveD change in the divine consti tution of the church which is unal terable Each individual Bishop has certain duties to the whole church It is his duty to bear witness to the faith and tradition of his predecessors and ot his flock and he sits as a judge in general councils All these rights arc held and duties exercised in union with and in submission to the see of Rome It is the duty of the Bishop in each diocese to preach and teach the word of God No book treating on religion can be published until it has been examined by the Bishops or Imprimaturlieof his flock and especially to main tain discipline among his clergy He must reside in his diocese and must make a visitation of all the churches in hits diocese at least every two years He may make laws for his diocese not however such as aTe contrary to the law of the church He can inflict penalties suspension excommunication and the like lie proIded regulations respecting such matters fd he watches over the management of temporal goods pertaining to the church and pious places Ho is addressed by his clergy and peo LordshipTheVenerable Brother In many special1ightshim by laws of the State bytIleleft St litus at Crete with authority tQ ordain priests and exercise other episcopal functions To be elected Bishop a person must be at least thirty years old in holy orders of goodfameacceptsliethe Papal confirmation This con firmation is given by the Pope in a consistory of Cardinals and in virtue of It the Bishop contracts spiritual marriage with his see and receives full jurisdiction within it by116Pmissioned by him The consecrator BishopsThe IIolySeeat stated intervals to give an account of his stewardship The consecra tion should take place within three months after his confirmation as Bishop He is consecrated by the Imposition of hands the tradition of staff and ring the unction with the chrism the imposition of the book of the gospels on hLs shoulders and other rites prescribed by the Pon requiredforTitular Bishops are those who have beep consecrated to sees which for merly existed but which have been lost to Christendom They are as an4Archbishops rousorwnorequirehelpQwingto nes 0An Archbishop is one who ia ordinaryBlshoplIemay suffragan Bifchop under him As a MveralUffraranDilhol I althoughtpnetJ Jllahopoli 1 RIBACH BVMRY PMASB lifejjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj fact is given by the division that was instituted in Cambridge Mass on CountyPresIdentthe membership of which swIll be ex clusively composed of graduates anti students of Harvard College It is nothing new for Harvard men to be enlisted in the Hibernian ranks for it is doubtful if there isis single uni versity of any consequence in the country that is not represented in Itarvurddivisionthat tells mightily of progre- ssJUSTiFiCATiON For Practices and Devotions of the Catholic Church I Rev Father Nolan president of St Andrews Seminary and Chan cellor of the Rochesterdlocese In a masterly sermon on Practices and Devotions of the Catholic Church said in part r There are three great acts of religion which every Catholic makes use of in his or her spiritual life These are prayer the sacrifice of the mass and the sacraments In addition to these however there are many other devotional practices used in the course ofthe year which called os1101yblessed ashes palms etc Behind the use of these various objects is a principle and to this principle the church appeals for justification in these practices A person could be a Catholic without using sacra mentals but once the prayers that arc used In the blessing of these articles are understood and the real Isknownthe Christian life The church takes a man as he Is composed of body ami soul She tries to each the Intellect through the senses From the visible the invisible is known All exceptsincreatures or objects blesses them and calls them sacramentals These are distinct from the sacra byChristseven in number The church could not institute a sacrament that be longed to the Founder of the true religion She can and does institute J sacramcntals Their number and use may increase as the years go by These sacramentals do not con fer grace In themselvesbut serve to dispositionsby of God comes to the heat The effljj cacy of power of al sacramental whichblessesbutin ItECEN TDEATIIS John H Oreenwell fortyone years old died ot St Anthonys Hospital on last Sunday morning and his fu neral took place from Holy Name j MonyfrIendsrequiem mass Great sympathy Is expressed for Mr and Mrs Charles L Gr mlg Sr whose son Charles Gramig Jr died at the family residence 2413 Rowan street on Friday morning of last week His funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Sunday after noon and was largely attended John Shelley a well known ident of the West End died at resI home 756 South Eighteenth street on Tuesday morning and his funeral took place from Sacred Heart church on Thursday Ho Is survived CatherineLorenawide circle of acquaintances and his j untimely death is generally regretted J The funeral of Miss Mary OKeefe MaryOKeofctook place Saturday morning from St Cecilias church attended byI many mourning relatiyes and friends Miss OKeefe was fifteen years old and was beloved by all who knew her For the bereaved mother there Is widespread sympathy In her second great loss ngedthirtyfiveresidence 541 North Seventeenth street on Monday afternoon Death resulted from a complication of ailments She is survived by her hus inspectorforCompanytwofuneral took place from St An thonys church on Thursday and was very largely attended August Rueve one of Louisvilles most highly esteemed Catholic citizens passed to his eternal reward at the family residence 430 East Caldwell street last Saturday morn ing after a brief illness of tubercu Germanyfiftyfivequarter of a century had been in business here at Jackson and Cald well streets A wife and two sons phRueveaurvive111m morning fr9m Stn Paula church of which deceased had long peen a faithful member and was one of thei largest seen there for some timei past FQnTHQUItS The Forty Hours prayer will be gin tomorrow morning at the high maPs at St Louie Bertrands church continuing until Tuesday This be lag the Jiii lon of Lent anti the Dominican congregation one bf the Villlo1 Oaoic 11ev Patlier Clark will conduct the servio a l ted by a number of priestc and it is expectedIL that all in the parish will avail them aahrec of the opportunity of ap gs1nIn1l t I ROMAN Gossip Predicts Two New Dlo ccscs tor the Northwestern States Suftrnpnh Sees to he Added to Arclulloccs ol St Paul and Dunuquc Ills Holiness Prsmlscs to Bring About Reform in Noble Guard HONOR FOR FATHER HENDR1CK According to a cable from Rome to the New York Herald the Vatican is this week considering the erection of two new dioceses in ino West one at Crookston Iowa and another att Bismark North Dakota The former will be a suffragan see of Dubuque and the latter 01 the archdiocese oft Bishopstoof Cardinals says the cable message will be principably guided by the advice of Archbishops Keane of Dubuque and Ireland of St Paul both of whom have furnished listsI of suitable candidates to Rome CoadjutorBishopwill be given Monsignor Chatard Bishop of Indianapolis and it is be uponthenewly appointed Vicar General of the Indianapolis diocese The same advices say that an effort is being made to reopen the Vaticans decision on the right of temporary administrators to make permanent appointments About one month ago the authorities in Rome MonsignorSmithof Fall River Mass who hind appointed five irremovable rectors Now it seems that Father Smith and Ills five appointees have instructed I their attorneys to push an appeal appealhaslikely that there will be a reversal of the original decision Other advices from Rome say that a new code of ecclesiastical law that will deal with all countries has been prepared and One clause in the code expressly prohibits administrators from making appointments to vacant rectorshipsjj It is said in Rome that Pope Piucc X has decided to introduce an im 1 portant reform into the military j corps Imown as the Noble Guard providefor 1 hance thti dignity of great functions c Until now members of this select 1 corps have been chosen from the noble families of the Papal States and active members of the corps arc paid fixed salaries Pope Plus wishes to make the corps internationaland render it purely honorary In future it Is said members are to be select ed as far as possible from the ranks of those who can afford to dedicate two or three weeks every year to PopeIt may be a postponement of the consistory that was fixed for the first week iu April The trouble it is alleged is 1 caused by the equivocal position ofcthe Papal Nuncio at Vienna Count Von Aehrenthal President of the Austrian Council of State and theJJ Nuncio are at outs and the Count lias declined to make the customary petition for the Cardinals hat for the Nuncio As the Pope does not wish in this case to depart from ancient usage and at the same time Is reluctant to give even the appearance of siding with the Government i against the Nuncio by recalling him disagreeabletangleOn Tuesday Pope Plus raised the Rev Father J W Hendrlck of Ovid prelate Father Hendrick is a brother of the late Thomas A HendrIck Bishop vt Cebu and was with his brother when he died in the Philippines last October ELECT ON MONDAY The annual election for Directors of the Catholic Womans Club will beheld at the club house on Walnut street next Monday The polls will be open from 8 oclock in the morn ing till 8 in the evening and allI voters will be obliged to cast their ballots in person The following fourteen names have been placed on the ballots and from these seven are to be chosen Mes dames Mary Cross Minnie Bpsche Katie Newman J H Buschemeyer Ella Netherland August Ropke J P Dant Minnie Worst Alex Schul ten Mary Canty P G German and1 Misses Katie Collins Lena Illllerleh and Mattle Wehrley DEAN IS DEAD Known as the Builder of churchesI and dean cjf the priests of the dioceset of Trenton the Rev John Ji Schan del died at his home at North Plainfield N J last Saturday He was eightythree years old and until a- fell J weeks ago was in full possession otall his faculties His death was due to old age Born in Germany November 23 1838 he studied for the priesthood lit Luxembourg andI came to New York in 1848 ElevenI year latlr after completing lilt NrleitbyBdraliin ilesrk He hud charge oflI German paririie in Newmrk Besttt- Nmrk LOdi Patersbn Presidej oac01la BtnirWood Car2sttt Bahi MniDAbacj particularly ipstrumentaljInIn 1004 lie was retired A requiem mass was celebrated solemnI Josephs church on Wednesday at which all the priests of the diocese attended in a bod- ySUItFItISED Father Shaw Little Expected Ever Being Made Bishop Plus X has ratified the decision of the Consistorial Congregation by appointing the Rev John W Shaw of Mobile Ala Titular Bishop of Oastabala and Coadjutor ishop of San Antonio Texas which gives him the right of succession to the pres ent Bishop the Right Rev John Anthony Forest who has been the head of that diocese since October 1895 said a Rome cablegram Contemporaneously with this decision a letter from Monsignor Shaw arrived in Rome from lobo Japan where he is accompanying the American party of Roman Catholics who were in Rome last November Monsignor Shaw was a student at the American College during his late visit Everybody at the Vatican appreciAtedhishis departure he is said not to haveT regretThis he remarkedWho was the retort Rome is too far and there is too much work for me In America ills interlocutor a prominent ec obligedtoappointedBishop prelatewish to joke little imagining th3tithe prelate knew more than he dignityfore he reached America again The Pope personally noticed Father Shaw when he received him in audience j whenCardinal Jj Consistorial Congregation men 1 tIleCoadjutorshipHoliness exclaimedtrIghtsortMORE TO COME k i Young Men Croyd Mackin Council at Joint Meeting h The joint meeting of members of the Young Mens Institute last Mon followedby i thronged and good fellowship prevailed from first to last Macklns members assembled in numbers to receive the guests and when President Relsz and the membership offUnity arrived there was much applause only to be followed by an other great outburst when President Vic Ecker and Vice President Dan Hennessy entered at the head of the hosts from Trinity Council President i John Kenney welcomed the visitors in a happy manner and then calledtGrand President Robert T the chair The following two hours were devoted to short talks socia billy and good cigars and the friendship of the three councils was still further cemented All present were invited to the meetings ofSUnity and Trinity The speakersi commended the work of i officers and promised that thiwould be a record year for tIle i llYGrandVie Ecker President Fred Res anti Dan Hennessy calls were m tUe tor Representative Sam Robertson Councilman Ben Sand Grand Secre BizojSupremeand Charles Pfeffer Jj C lUrch dorfer Peter Spickert Louis Kieffer Charles Raidy Con McBarrou Adam Schneider Camden McAtee Dr Ben J Lammers Vincent B Smith Clem Ellert and Chairman Frank Adams who responded with short butfpointed talks on the work of thef1 various councils and the bepeflta young men derive from membership AFTER EASTER Right Rev Bishop ODon aghue Will Come toIThis City J ODnaghuethe ville will not come to be enthroned until after Easter No definite date probabilitylieWednesday following Easter It Is expected that the Catholics of this QDonaghueThe work of painting and decorate ing the interior of the Cathedral is progressing and it is hoped to have It completed before the new prelate arrives The Cathedral is one of the oldest in the West and despite its age has worn well When the decorations are completed the venerable plte will take on an additional air of beauty JUDGE TOYOIl iLEVBS Judge Joseph Pryor lila wife and DlegoiCatpropo8C8tosix year Judge Pryor occupied the bench la tlie Criminal division of the Jefferson Circuit Court end before that had been w mwabar of tlie firm of ONeal A jPrror H 1U refardwl Ba one of the abfcsit lawyeri in Ken tacky Continued m 1thuecaused him td fMk a move congenial climate He imiiUi vuay wishes for auccesa ta him tar Wtem home CARTOONS And Caricatures ot Irish People 15houl Be Frowned Upon Miss Gertrude OReillys Stirr lug Address at Chicago Club President Tails Flag Will Float When Nations Head Arrives ST PATRICKS DAY IN LOUISVILLE At a meeting of the Irish Fellow ship Club of Chicago last Saturday Miss Gertrude OReilly made a stir ring speech against the stage cari catures and newspaper cartoons of Irish men and women Friends of the Irish race in America should discourage these things she said Among other things Miss OReilly added The Irish like to add to thegay objectiontoselves But the persistent misrep resentations have got to be consid ered as portraits of the typical Irish man There is no Irish press nor Irish stage to set up a counterblast newspapersbutforeign press The Irish newspaper English press that these caricatures were first distributed It is not fair treatment I would appeal to the sense of hospitality of the American people not to insult the Irish race We are In a minority here Although Irish men have done a great deal for America they can do nothing for themselves as a nation here We ask o receive the kindly treatment of our national peculiarities that is due to strangers It is a surprise and a distinct shock to a visitor from Ireland in this country to hear cob webs alluded to as Irish draperies pigInus The gintleman that pa stherint doesnt walk in and out of the houso and up and down the front stairs in our cottages any more than he does here We keepourpSgs In styes T Irish wit and humor were de scribed by Miss OReJlly as founded in philosophy TIle wit of the peasantry Consists in an apt misapplica tion of terms she said It has merelyfantastics the function of philosophy It is- ound in its best development in Irish humor which at its best when analyzed will be seen to display a profound insight into human nature Mere readiness in repartee or facIl- Ity for making bad puns could never earn the general recognition that the line been forced to accord to he wit of the Irish race Another feature of the afternoons meeting was the reception of the FellowshipClubDepartment at Washington The lag will be displayed over the La alle Hotel upon the arrival of President Taft in Chicago on March 17 This is the first time that any President has so used this insignia of his State except when the Presidential ensign has been flown over a United States ship in which he might be travelingAccording to tho present arrangements the Right Rev Bishop Mul doon of Rockford Ill will invoke a daybanquetof the club will introduce President willbeNew York Hibernians continue to make elaborate preparations for tho bigfeaturefamous Sixtyninth Regiment and the Irish Volunteers The Sixty ninth now has 1200 men and every officer and private will be in line in the great parade Here in Louisville the various sub committees are reporting progress at each successive meeting of the County Board As for the religious observance of the day on Passion Sunday all arrangements have been completed The four divisions and the Ladies Auxiliary will attend early mass at St Patricks church and will receive holy communion On Palm Sunday evening the patron saint of Ireland will be remembered with a musical and literary enter y tainment at Macauleys Theater At torney Thomas Walsh Presldenat atDivision 1 will preside and Mrs T Al Barrett and David Malbney are the prinelpalsolQistswhohavep- romised to render Irish melodies An effort is being made to secure a vocal quartette and the committee on music promises delightful prom gramme Judge ODoherty will be the proncipal orator and will give his audience a elose view of political questions in Great Britain and Ire land t Tickets will be sold attwent five cents but the parquet and first two rows of the dress circle will be fre served at twentyfive cents extra Whatever funds accrue will be for warden to lion John Redmond for the use of the Irian Parliamentary party UNTESD TATS SENATE W E Purcell of WahpebOhi NDwho on February 1 ws sworn in M UnitedftM aanator from that Stale in stueaMkm to F u Thwnp IODt a Ofttbattc His only other colleague of M faith Jn tha fIr Senator Carter of Montana irj p fe r- U KENTUOKY IRISH AMFiRI0A1tn It KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM noted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans ad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc entered at the Loulivllle Poitolllce II SecoodCIU flitter AOGress all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31911 West theca St 1910LOUGUARD TIE JAIJIo11 We live inaloud of religious as well as social liberty and we should guard that liberty as we would o- urllivesTime pollution of the ballot is a disgrace to the State city or district in which it occurs Our Catholic people are supposed to stand for all that is just in politics but do they always stand for the purity of the ballot Catholic clergy are not prone to force their attentions on time public yet they are ever in thee forefront when the State or nation is menaced This week wo have Father Downey sounding the tocsin from Cairo lie deplores mob violence but ho tells where the remedy should be applied at the ballot box Before Father Downey had said nls say another priest wrote this The Catholic church Is not an exclusive club of the select and the respectable THel Catholic church includes the sinner as Well as the saintIt was so from the beginning it will be so till the end Yet the effort of the church will always be directed toward making the members perfect toward so filling them with the strength and sweetness of her Divine rounder that they may glorify Him by their lives in accordance with his teachings The true Catholic is he who has such a lively sense of the blessing of being a member of the church of Jesus Christ that he guards himself carefully against giving scandal to those within or without the fold by any words or actions unworthy of a Christian In a community containing a number of nonCath olics he is particularly mindful of showing to them suspicious of the church as they usually are that the Catholic church is a teacher of the most exalted morality and as the spirit of any organization is judged by its expression In the lives of its members lie is watchful of his doings and sayings that he avoid even the appearance of evil It seems undeniable that a great 0 many nonCatholics who admire the church for her attitude on this or that question ore kept from enter ing the true fold by the irregular and unChristian lives of many who represent the church to them A Catholic layman speaking the other night on this subject said truly That so many men who admire the church in the abstract refrain from uniting with her in often due to ihe convincing proofs which we in our own persons give that the faith wo proclaim ns ours is not pi living guiding faith but a thing merely ofiorm How can we believe in the Real Presence they reason when from our lips fall in blasphemy the words that give to our professions the living lie How can we believe in the God of charity and love when our thoughts and words and deeds breathe only hatred and envy and illwill How can be believe In a God of justice when we cheat and defraud our fellowmen and rob our laborers of their due How can we believe that our church leads us nearer to God and to righteousness when so often our people are found alders and abettors openly or covertly as instruments or principals of the new form of treason to the republicthese ter rible crimes against the purity of the ballot Of great importance is this matter to every one wffo wishes to be considered a child of the church in every truth to every one who wishes to think himself in true union with the spirit of the church For while It is undeniable that the church is nota society of saints bbt includes the sinner as well none of us can personally fall back on that fact to excuse the wrongdoing with which we may have stained our own souls and given scandal to those who but for us night have seen and accepted the truth and beauty of the Catholic church VENERABLE EGGS Thoughtless persons ask what is Wrong with cold storage Every n thing is wrong You never know when you are getting fresh meat eggs or vegetables For instance W A McQuiston a commercial traveler from Oman is anxious to know how long a Nebraska egg can be kept Jo stock aad then aldorafresh laid A letter written by Howard W Louder Camden N Jibearing data Jffbruary 4 raison the viitinpi t zNI C tonntsnegg with your addreae- on it I am wttk a grocery hers that hd heed ed a MM of eg iron a tM7Ii sold as strictly freshwere being I from the farm I am anxious to find put about the Western States i witlij reference to work and wages and chances for a young man II Last April McQuiston was at West Point Neb sitting at the depot waiting for a train On the platform were a number of cases filled with eggs Plcfdng up one of these eggs he wrote his name and his Omaha address and thought no more of the matter That was ten months ago Louisville cold storage eggs have been known to be more than tenI months old- UNITY IS NECESSAUY The national officers and Dii rectors of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have sounded the keynote in their appeal for unity among IrishAmericans in the following wordsThe Interests of time Irish race are greater than those of any man or set of men and no consideration should be allowed to block the way to Irishunity The Hibernians the Clan naGaol and the United Irish League o America are all working for home rule and time ultimate freedom of Ireland Each works in its own separate sphere and all are doing good work Let them get together now and unite to help secure home rule SOUNDS WARNING Anent the race riots in Cairo Ill the Rev Father Downey of that city says Politics is the ruin oICairo The whites purchase the negroes Yates and that is what brings them here To my mind it ii- a is brand of disgrace that a white man should climb into office by the rotten votes of negroes But so long as the negro can vote in Cairo there will be trouble Louisville may well take heed The Boston Hibernian says We hold1 no brief for defending the memories of John Hancock Samuel Adams Benjamin Franklin and others of their day from the assaults of proBritish ghouls like James II Stark No one takes this man Stark as seriously as ho does himself Amen James Storks reflections upon American patriots will have ono guod effect They show tIme real English feeling toward this country which remains time same as in the Revolutionary days iiisTomc CHUUCII Philadelphia Priest Gave First Title to President Washington On February 22 1600 in the old PhiladelphiaWashingtons ed for the first time with religious ceremonies on which occasio- Father M Carr O S A delivered IllsCs of that week says Father Carr has given General George Washington 01 name that will live forever The Father of Ills Country giventhusofficially by a Catholic priest on this day 109 years ago was imme diately adopted and George Wash ington Parke Custis made use of itas a synonym for the name of nis stepfatherAnd church Father Robert Harding S J denounced ngalninhigh mass and Te Deum were sung as fitting observances of the natal day of the United States of America by the grace of God free and lade pendent VENERABLE CITIZEN DEAD Bernard Heltkemper d well and favorably known citizen of the East End died at his home Hickory and morningnoHeltkenlper was born in Germany sixtynine years ago but the greater part of his life had been spent in Louisville Fur thirtynine years he hind been a faithful employ of the Louisville Gas Company He la sui children Herman and Bernard Heltkemper and Misses Josephine Anna and Theresa Hettkeraper The deceased was for several years a member of SocietyandplaceIlrom atte1dnee Which Mr n itktmper war held WILL DOOMKNUN Mlif Florence3iatftugly of the theConvitotofXjr She it a rraduat of that insti tution and 1s sla accoinplialied trlsaelelas I t Q LEAD ailLLE FAILTIIE From Ireland far across time seas A call is wafted oer the breeze To all her sons who broadly roam To come once more to home sweet homeI Now sons of Erin memrles call The lake the trees the But more than thesewaterfallII joymothersj The love awaiting boy II 0 Ireland rich in glories fair Of trials great youve had full share I Your harp sings out in tuneful chords The praises of your saints and bards Through fire and water love and hate Your sons have nobly borne their fate The base would rob their fafth in God Your martyrs blood has blest the I sod I 10 sons of Erin cross the shore To gladden lonesome hearts once I more liaise your hearts at boyhoods altar Hear the charm Cead mil c Failthe Coleman A Butler St Xaviers College e9S9SSi SSSSS3e S Ii1 SOGIETY ti9Caf1 faei 9iw 1ppCe I Miss Margaret Conroy is visiting her cousin Mrs J J Burns of Chicago I I Miss Katherine Kearns is home from a two weeks visit to New Or leans and Mobile I I IR D OSttlllvan is one of a num ber from thisl city making a weeks sojourn at West Baden I III1ss Lucille McCloskey spent the week at Taylorsville the guest of Moss Christine Dougherty I Miss Lucille McCloskey has been MissfChristine Dougherty at Taylorsville I Mrs James ONeill of South Louisville left Sunday for a visit of sev era weeks with friends at Turners Miss Mary OHern of West Baden Springs has been the guest of Mrs Mary Schuck on Third avenue for a week I Mr and Mrs Clarence Ryan have returned from a visit to Mrs Ryans mother Mrs Fowler at Bowling Green I II1ss Pearl Will of Portland who has been in Italy since the first of the year is expected home early in March I Edward J OBrien and Miss Marie OBrien have returned from a ten days sojourn at French Lick Springs I IIrs Fred Cor of the Highlands is home from Cincinnati after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Mullanc I IUS Mary Fleece of Campbells vlllc has been spending the past week as the guest of Mr and Mrs Hugh Fleece I Ir and Mrs Michael J Breen are I boybabyEighteenth street Muss Grace McManus of Indian apolis has been spending a week in the Highlands the guest of Mrs David Castlemun I Irs Thomas J Horrigan of New Albany arrived home Saturday after spending several weeks in New York and the East I Mrs George Jloertz has recovered from an attack of grip that con I fined her to her home at Meadow brook for over a week Mrs J B Ohligschlagcr and three gonetoOhllgsohlagers mother Mrs Her man I IJ C Fedler of the Boston shoe WestnI beenIness IIJoscpllMI Hennessy who has been I convalIout in another week or two Mrs John McNamara an old and AlbanyisEdwards Hospital where for sometime past she has made her home Mrs Ben J Sand of 2745 Bank street celebrated her birthday on Tuesday Although the celebration Was a very quiet one she received many happy remembrances of the day Mrs M Wimp accompanied by her son and daughter Michael and olin nie of Flora Heights are at Council Bluffs Iowa where they will remain a month the guests of Mrs Winos sister Mrs Fred Mandy Col William Semonln who had been confined to his home at Jeffer son town lor two weeks was able to be out and among his friends this week They did not know of his ill ness but thought he was weather bound A birthday party was given last Tuesday by little Lucille Green to about twentyfive of her young anniversaryItaunt Mrs James P Langan of 730 Oldham streetm Dr Peter F Ganz Is wearing a very pleased look this week and Js preparing a new lecture How to lUiie A new hny baby has just arrivedat the family residency 1448 South Sixth street Mtither and child are doing steely fr2 Xeb Kiniella thisi week any n luneed the npIt8Qtnt olhlII- erf1 Anna Belle Kiniella to Ur Hrriaon Baker a well mown and- pGpu1u reddest of Bagdad The ee1eot hM a wild circle of friends and admirers in the West End to whom the foregoing will be welcome news Mr and Mrs W S Ackley 1707 welIcomeclunati who will leave for her home today During her visit Mrs Roue made ninny friends who will wel cqme her back again Miss Ethel Gleafeon of the High lands will leave in Juno to spend some time abroad She will sail from Baltimore and will join her mother Mrs Josephine Glenson and brother Edward Uleason in Berlin and will spend several months trav eling ELECT HEADS Men Honored by the Local Covering Bodies In Ireland Since the first of the year all the local governing bodies in Ireland have been naming public pfficials for the cities and towns of which the following is a partial list Councillor McFarland elected Mayor of Derry City for the third timeAlderman James P Higgins reelected Mayor of Sligo without olh positionThe Llsburn Urban Council reelected its Chairman II M Barbotir II J McConville was again unani mously reelected Chairman of the Newry Board of Guardiansc Councillor Hackett is now i the Mayor of Waterford Councillor Timothy Ryan was tIle unanimous choice for Mayor o LimerickThe Town Council lias reelected W IH Wright and J C Fulton as Chairman and Vice Chair man by unanimous vote onlyPeeroffice was reelected Chairman of time Dungannon Urban Council Thomas J Aikeu was chosen Vice Chairman The Cavan Urban Council has again elected IC P Smith and M Smith to the offices of Chairman and Vice Chairman Daniel Kelly was reelected Chairman and P McGrath Vice Chairman of the Tipperary Urban Council James Mqehon Labor candidate Was unanimously elected Mayor at i CorporationThomas Donovan will serve an other term as Mayor of Cork as also it Hennessy as Chairman o the Queenstown Urban Council John J Callen was time unanimous choice for Mayor of Drogheda and the same honor was bestowed on Alderman James Slnnott by the Wexford Corporation SUNDAY Why New and Perfect Wor ship Replaced Old Ritual Sunday is the first day of the week The Sabbath day is Saturday the last day of the week But the third commandment contains two duties that fire quite distinctfirst that we are obliged to give public worship to God and secondly that this worship should be paid unfixed a day The first duty is un changeable the second is susceptible of change writes Rev John Price As the keeping of the Sabbath in volved the carrying out of the cere monies of the Mosaic law the abro gallon of the Mosaic law abrogated the day The Sabbath ended when the law of Christ was inaugurated and Mosaic rites passed away The old law came to its consummation I with the death of Christ when all was fulfilled As the Mosaic cere obligatiJnthe perfect e old ritual As the Sabbath was kept because it commemorated time bless ings of creation and the deliverance of the Israelitic race from Egyptian selectellSundayfor fits of redemption from sin and hell and called it time Lords day Sun day commemorates now the day upon which creation began the day of Christs resurrection and the day of Pentecost when the Holy Ghost confirmed the infant church It was on the first day of the week that the Apostles assembled the faithful for the breaking of bread St John dayPlinyi that the Christians were wont to assemble on the day of the Sun which the Romans called the first martyrInEmperorAntonlDJB the Christians met together on Sun day All the Protestant sects with DnyBaptIstswith us because they hold that the bythesanctification PADUOAH MATRON DEAD notifiedTuesdayArts of Paducah She was sixty years of1 ago and io survived by several children Mrs Arts was the sisterinlaw of Mrs William Lieben thal and an aunt of Al Arts of this city Her funeral took place from St Francis do Sates church Pa ducah on Wednesday morning Mrs knownincounty capital and her death is greatly deplored Y M I BASEBALL LEAGUE TThe YM tin Pennsylvania has Managelaof plansfor The following council were vented Charles Carroll Council Pittaton John B OReilly Council Upper FHttton St Marys Council oilMidoolntih- Scranton 3t Brendan Council West Scranton Pith Sheridan Council Green JUdate8t1 Ifcwye Council Dnnmore rqnetteCooncil North Seraineat POPULAR PASTOR Entertained by Children on Anniversary of His Birth i Washingtonsbirthday versary of the birth of the Kev Father Charles P Raffo It wasI celebrated very quietly and might have passed unnoticed had it not been that the children of the parochial school gave an entertain ment in his honor and presented him with a new and handsome set of altar cards After the children had finished TomfWeaver the colored minstrel from St Augustines parish sang several coon songs The only grownups present besides Father Raffo were Mr and Mrs S M Raffo Miss Laura Raffo and Dan J Kane Had Father Raffo let it be mown there would have been a grand outpouring of the people of St Charles Bor romeos parish SPLENDID EXAMPLE A splendid example for our youngI men is John B McDonald the con titracting engineer of New York He came to the United States a poor Irish lad without education He Was ambitious however and became his own schoolmaster while engaged in unskilled labor The time came II when was placed in charge of men and later on became a contracting thefNew York City This is considered the greatest engineering feat ever attempted by man So important was time work and the man considered that the capitalists who had the enterprise in hand insured the life ofI John B McDonald for 200000 Surely the career of this man should be studied by time youth of the pres ent day He is a credit to his coun try and his faith and one of those great Irishmen who have brought renown to the republic It is quite true what a New York paper says that a few generations ago the Irish immigrants build our railroads and now they own them BE BANNER YEARI IWILIJ acquisition of Del Howard and Joe Stanley for the Louisville baseball team was certainly a ten strike for Manager William and if now he will only decide to place Morlarity at short and old re liable Suter Sullivan on third a top notch team is assured From nil indications 1010 promises to be the banner baseball year in Louisville as everyone seems longing for the seasons opening and baseball is as popular a topic of conversation now as it has been heretofore in the mid dlo of summer The big improve ments at the park have to be seen to be appreciated and the park rankj second to none in the association I ILEASE LARGER STORE Bosler Brothers for over twenty years on Market street and the supplyhouselarge store on Main street and will move shortly The business is now conducted by Edward J Bosler and has grown to such dimensions that much more shore space was neces sarw The new store is at 710 West Main street and has been leased for five years DESERVES INCREASEI A bill is pending in the Kentucky Legislature to raise the salary of Gov Willsons stenographer from 100 to 125 a month Miss Nora Brown the incumbent is the hardest working official in Frankfort and de serves more than the increase calls for Miss Nora is a Louisville girl Isa hard worker and Is never afraid of work and never gets tired It is hoped that the bill will pass CONDITION IS SERiousI I The many friends of Mrs John Tully wife of the old time and well known life saver will regret to learn that she lies in a critical condition at her home on North Third street I Mrs Tully sustained injuries to her head and body whena chair was let fall on her during the Shrincrs parade here last year from which she i never fullyrecovered WEDS IN CATHEDRAL Miss Mary Louise Logan and Henry Vincent de Slncoywero united In marriage in the chapel of Our Lady St Patricks Cathedral New York City on Wednesday They will sail for next week and will make their hone in Brussels Thq bride is the granddaughter ot the Illustrious Gen John A Logan BROUGHT FASHIONS HOME Miss Eleanor Sullivan manager of the millinery department oC the Golden Rule store returned this week from New York and brought with her all the latest spring styles and fashions Mine Sullivan is the daughter of John J1 Sullivan of 211 iaet Dreckinridge atreetand is an adept in the u illinery art JUDGB XDfCOLW ILL I Judge Walter P Lincoln is suffer lug from ftMTei homtaokof grill sad U eoafined to b la Oarrin al SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 42PIECE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to Kentucky Irish American AND 200 IN CASH 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 to miss this opportunity to get one of these hand some sets Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green St u Clean=Up Sale IN MENS I AND BOYS SHOES 1 Patent Colt and Vici Kid all styles and sizes mostly our famous Sun light the best3 SO Shoes made at Mens Fine 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while playing with a sharp knife in his fathers grocery on Tuesday severed the thumb of I Dra JMzot and Bdelen atteqthee little sufferer At last Ountilhe WM resting aa comfortably M poe ethicrJit lemon are pMled bfo I quMxtat more Jules ea be W11 I S I r NEW COMASONICll VIOLA ALLEN IN a THE WHITE SISTER CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE ha FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladies and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIA Under the same present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic HOPKINSWhere MOVING Different FreuttK Refit IsPrkd 295 Entirely ti New Films t PICTURES 1 1puai jojjjdScjj f KNTUOKY IIvZISK AlMERICAXS 4110 + + e + p- II MONUMENTS In order to make room for the enlargement Iof our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed ingly low prices Call and examineii MULDOON MONUMENT CO I 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i N 114a4eNNMN01NNl A J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 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PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 SFOURTRAVE Both Pltenes 223F PRIVATE HOSPITAL o FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercyj of Jeffersonvilte lad own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patieate Both iriale and female d realtlc ftablettorrfurther particulars apply fliQtftERMARY REQINA 0N8RCY HOMHTALi 1Ate JIMfNrrph M MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DR HENDRICKSDENTIST 438 West Market Street CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Prank J KachUr Al J Arts KACHLER ARTS OAFE Old Cortez Whisky Seven Years Old Bottled in Bond QuarilllPlat 50e IlallPiidH 25c N E Core Thkd and Brew losleyIN Ky Ottos Restaurant OTTO B YUNT Pr ptMr d 0 REMMM MEALS 20c UttfM kA 0 Open Day and Ntebt boil Orders and Quick Service P Oysters IB s asott 445 Wad Jeffrtwo SIt tt li J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr Q the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes A new division composed entirely of Harvard students was Institutedl on Washingtons birthday Division 12 of Maiden Mass is re modeling its building in order to pro TIde reading and pool rooms Division 1 wtyl meet Tuesday I Those members who have not beeni I attending are urged to be present lion Joseph Kenney of Indianapolis will be the orator at the Rob crt Emmet anniversary of Milwaukee i Hibernians on March 4 Oregon Hibernians are raising a fund of 20000 for the entertainmentt of delegates and visitors to the national convention At a mass meeting held in Lowell assthe dltisioua Inaugurated a movement to secure 1000 new members before July 1 The National Board has arranged with the railroads for a round tri rate of 6250 from Chicago to th national convention to be held a Portland next July Lowellmembers are preparing t entertain 30000 visitors the day o the Massachusetts State parade to be held In that city in connection with the State conventijn Division 2 meets next Friday night and President Ford urges the pres ence of every member He will hav n message of Interest to deliver anti the business to be transacted is important t Butte Hibernians will omit the St Patricks day parade this year and the expense that would occur for this feature will be devoted to relieving the needs of the widow and orphan Division 1 of Stoneham Mass gave a very successful whist party and dance before Lent and ut once donated the proceeds toward the fund for a new school in St Pat ricks parish Plans have been completed by the Hibernians of Bloomington Ill for a banquet at the Illinois Hotel on the evening of St Patricks day at which a number of prominent speakers will appear The Ladies Auxiliary will receiv- reports and transact important busi ness Wednesday night It is expect ed that a large attendance will be there and arrangements completed for the observance of St dayBinghnmtons St PatrIcktI I celebration will be the largest in t the history of that city The iI Armory Theater his been secured for a great mass meeting and the proceeds will be added to the fund to erect a club 11OuseII Division 1 of Memphis brate St Patricks day with a buildingThe I every sense and the music songs and recitations will reflect the abilities of local male and female talent A memorial mass will be celebrat ed in the Cathedral of the Holy reIposeI bers The Suffolk county officers are arranging the details I onlythreevention They will receive 1000 for expenses FIRST TIME l1lstorythe I with prayer by a priest Rev William t McDermottt pastor of Holy Name I church Columbus SHERIDAN MONUMENT I After soliciting subscriptions for twelve years the Sheridan Monument j enoughfunds II Phil Sheridan on the Court House Square in Scranton Pa The memorial is a costly one and will be erected with fitting ceremonies this summer FLOURISHING SCHOOLS According to reports made to Archbishop Moeller 27041 children attended the parochial schools of Cincinnati during the school term of 100809 and schools are maintained properthe4275 attended the first grade and 600 the High School FOR AVOMANS EYE The jabot is getting longer and longer A new material for blouses is toile do sole Gray velvet and silver buttons look well together There Is a steady tendency toward narrower skirts Shepherd plaids are appearing once more in all colors Some of the new hats have em broidered velvet crowns The new short coats wilt fit loosely and hang in straight lines Indications are that the bolero and Eton will again come into favor Fringe is being used on many of the turbans of draped straw or silk High shoes of white buckskin promise to be popular the coming springMany a summer gown will have the skirt made upofa series of ruf fles of varying length Dresses of colored embroidery on white will be among the unusual gowns for summer wear Silk and cotton and silk and linen mixtures are to be more In evidence than they have ever been before White cotton crepe will be used quite as much this spring and summer as last year Some waists of this material are now seen rich I elaborate design embroidered i I colors STUDY IN LANGUAGES y0findhe at the tpoftbe heap ia language tMr ianaly No by goMd ht was at the bottom of= x4e heap in ii foot JaDcuceflarJrt t a s ENJOYABLE I Way to Spend St Patrfeka Day Whore Irish Are Very Few How Qiic Celebration Was Carried to Success in Iaducnbi Songs of Old gaud mud Ameri can Music Ware Pleasantly Blended SPEECH AT THE HIGH SCHOOL Every once in a while you will somep beeortvillage but when St Patricks day rolls around he longs for some hfyear or two ago a Louisville Irish American was in Paducah There are lots and lots of good Irish Americans there but the natives of Ireland were confined to few At any rate there were two John J Dorian and Richard Gegan both well and favorably known in Louisville With the first winds of March an effort Was made to arrange a cele bration of St Patricks day They wanted a celebration both religious and social The pastor was a Ger man He knew St Patrick by repu tation but did not appear to be well with him to of fer a panegyric and besides St Pat ricks day fell on Sunday It would cost 100 to rent the theater and 100 more to import a spellbinder so the three Isolated Irish of Padu cah decided to forego a formal cele bration Mr Gegan fell ill about onlyDorianWhile the mod were mourning over their misfortune and praying for brighter days for dear old Ireland JIDorian was chief engineer and gen eral manager She corralled a num ber of young ladies her own children and the children of others and theIlatespend the evening with Mrs Dorian and the children The invitation was accepted and it was a splendid even ing Nobody was more surprised wereIreceiredchildren ODonnell Aboo After that came Come Back to Erin The Dear Little Shamrock and The Star Spangled Banner Then Miss Ruth Cremeens sang Kathleen Mavournee and the two lone lorn Irishmen were as perfectly satisfied as if they were in Cork harbor look ing at Ireland bathrg the tips of oceanI several Qf the children recited from John Boyle OReilly Thomas Davis and Moore Then there was more music Irish and American The Harp of Nara Dixie and My Old Ken tucky Home followed each other in rapid succession Ireland had been transported to McCracken county or else McCracken county had been transported to Ireland Of course Col Dorian madea few felicitous remarks and they called for an encoreNext morning he was called upon IIlgll8cl1001 requestedIllm Ibsen left out he might have shown connectioniwithing a red flag in a bulls face Ho went to the High School faced 300 pupils and a score of teachers and lie told them facts not legends about St Patrick and about Ireland There was not a teacher a boy nor a girl in that hall that did pot know Col Dorian was an Irishman yet ho made all of them feel that they ought to be better Americans than they were He showed then why wIlYAmerIcanAmerica and cherish the memory of Columbus Washington Lincoln Carroll and Spalding That is one way of celebrating St Patricks day if you are Irish and your number is few KNIGHTS OF COLMBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Indiana has now fortytwo coun cils all making satisfactory progress- A new council was Instituted last Sunday at Alexandria Ind Batcsvillo is also in line and the initiation will be held within the next few weeks Memphis Knights will observe Stl Patricks day with a spring enter tainment Efforts are being made DlrmingbamWhat promises to be the most splendid function yet held in Indi ana will be the exemplification of the fourth deCree at Indianapolis on May 30 for which elaborate arrange meats are now being made perfectingCouncil next May They have secured the State Armory for the ball nIght Rev Bishop UDonaghue is a fourth degree member of the order requiemntons birthday for the repose of the souls of deceased members The evening was given over to literary and musioal ecereMea appropriate to the day ulan Salvador Council of New haven Cone has 1500 members This is the 6ririnalr council of the order and fautofits founders Dan id Oolwell Ar M C OConnores Mayor C T Driwoll ud WlHwn V Geary sre aWl efclTt BMmten p T IRELAND Record of the Host Important el the Recent Events Culled From Exchange The death of Mrs John Woods of Dungannon Is much regretted The death of George Mickey T C is much regretted In Mullingar The Mulllngar Town Commission ers have reelected Chairman P J WeymesRegret Is felt by a large circle of friends at the death at the Convent of Mercy Dawn patrIck of Sister Mary Columba Doyle While working In a quarry nt Yhitewell Belfast a large stone fell on Edward Sims causing his death a short time afterward Peter Kelly outgoing Chairman was the choice for another term at NewbrldgerownA fund has been opened at Ualllna to indemnify Bernard Egan the de feated independent candidate at the recent Parliamentary election- P J Neary the Newry architect has been coopted a member of the Newry Board of Guardians in room of the late John Molonghney QfIrelandterly cold and many districts have been covered with several inches of snowThe recent heavy rains in the mountainous portions of Wicklow have caused much damage and as a result several districts have been isolatedII splendidpeopllfromfive lives in one day A thatched dwelling in which resided Mrsi Conway near Kllcullcn County Kildare was recently de stroyed by fire but neighbors saved the furniture and household effects Bishop ODea has transferred Rev M Griffin from Galway to Lisdoon varna Rev Mr Fahy from Kinvarra to Galway and Rev Bernard Cor coran from Liscannon to Kinvnrra At the recent South Tyrone elec Iron perhaps the oldest voter in cast his ballot in the person of Thomas Kelly of Ballygawley aged 110 lie has a son eightynine years of age By the death of Rev John OBrien HughMocklerof Cnshel loses two of its oldest and best known priests They were a genuine type of the good old Irish soggarthOn occasion of the visit of the most Rev Dr ODea Bishop of Gal way to the Oughterard Convent an address in Irish was read by Miss May Gallagher congratulating His Lordship on his accession to the see of Galway After a healthy and vigorous life Mrs Mary ITartncll reputed to be the oldest woman in West Limerick has just been laid to rest She re tained her faculties to the end and was fully conversant with West Limerick history from the beginning of the last century Most Rev Dr Gaughran Bishop of Meath preaching in St Marys at Navaa spoke very strongly about the wholesale flooding of the coun try with dangerous literature and emphasized the necessity for par ents and others to safeguar young people from such evils The death of John Keane at EnnIs caused deep regret throughout Clare He had reached his fiftyfifth year and was one of the best known figures In Clare politics for the last thirty years Apart from politics de ceased conducted a successful business establishment in Ennis where he was respected by people of all classes and creeds A tragic affair in which three lives were lost is reported from Connemara It appears that a man named Canavan and his wife both aged about fifty years together with their son aged nine years were found suffocated in a small room in their house at Ardmore Kilkerrin A pan of fire stood in the center of the floor Tie shocking discovery was made by some neighbors who were attracted to the scene by the cries of another child aged four WHITE PAINT One of the least known though one ftbe most effective cements for mending china is white oil color which is sold in tubes and used for painting Paint the broken parts with the oil press them in position and the operation is complete Put aside for six weeks to dry and neither heat nor cold nor moisture will affect it COLD SLAW Put a tablespoonful of melted but ter in a stewpan and add to it a teaspoonful of flour mix and then put in a teaspoonful of vinegar Beat one egg and add to it a teaspoonful each of mustard sugar salt and a half teaspoonful of pepper Beat all together and stir in the boiling vinegar Boil one minute Pour oyer sliced or chopped cabbage HELPFUL HINTS goolltoOne teaspoonful of ammonia to a cupful of water will clean gold or silver jewelry To let vines climb up on wooden walls will seriously damage them as it promotes decay Hardly any better dusting cloth can be found than the oldfashioned red bandannh handkerchief- If the bottom of kettles are slightly greased in making custards the mixture will not stick Avoid use of strong soaps or soap powders Jn washing fine china on which there is gilt decoration Instead of using soap and water to polish painted surfaces bona pound of bran In a gallon of water and strain it- Zeathereovered furniture can be cleaned with pure milk rubbed on with a piece of flannel Hub gently until drytwithoutrivetvegetable brush The 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Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your mail addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES 200 and 250 With Bath 300 BERT HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court Hou- se611ds fl Rogers eta BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OF XVKRT DESCRIPTION1 434 West Jefferson Street E CO1NTRAIncorporated N W Cor Third and Oreen Sis We furnish the home complete on easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mgr Sales Dept HENRY HUNOtD BHAISR IN Staple andd Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialt- ywfarPkue 43W 540 W WALNUT prow or mold ia liable to form upon them Cud cause akin diseases Neuralgiat may be often reUwed by a JiaC a cloth saturated withn- of inimt to ihtof thepain anfJe1IDi It her dive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan brothers Classic Scientific and BUllness Courses Preparatory De EquippedGymnasium All new Fall and Early Winter styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices HENRY ftAIJIJ PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LRgTEn PRoP Hot Lunch tvery morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442VV GREEN R HERRMANN BROS 1 IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of len tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of NelsonI BOTTLED II BOND Tslrylaos ltlN m tixm truer D C- In KENTUOQV xIasx3 A1MERIOAN lL THE BIG STORE HALEPRICE SALE Mens High1 Grade Suits and Overcoats 3500 Values 1750 3000 Values 1500 2500 Values 1250 i I THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE eb CO 424 MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A- FARRA3STT3OECILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that can play AU one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exaltty how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandCecillan M i MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC COe Incorporated ousoao FOURTH AVENUE t WINSLOW Ball Bearing 250 Pair RICHARDSON Ball Bearing 400 Pair Plain Steel Bearing Skates goodserviceable street skates 50c Pair and up Purity and Freshness Together with lowness of price have made Mulloys Teas and Coffees favorites everywhere Phone a trial order for his I SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for 45c ROASTER U1U vV JVIAKEICIBT STREET Q 450 PER TONF Never Mind the WeatherJ- ust Use FOX RIDGE and forget c COAL CO Inoorpbrated Phones 405 RIDER General Manager SELLS AND SHIPS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS All the Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail Family Trade Through Mail Orders a Specialty 114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY I CRACKEDAND U BUCKLED L IRISH r WHISKYThe genuine Poteen distilled in Ireland and imported direct V from the manufacturer you can buy any quantity from SOS HUBBUCHNi- nettenth aad Walnut Here TOO wjll float the mo t compM choice aMwrtoMat of wine Uqnors lad Clzars te the city A tail stock of goods for sally use- S 5tlBetWCCD ROLLER SKATES MtJLLOY COFFEE g It SCANLON G T WILLIAM BORGMANN Has Your New Plastering Cracked or Buckled If you had used our Diamond Wall Plaster it would not have happened KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporated Both Phones 2Mt First and River Louisville Ky Also PlautJefcr50nvl11cInd MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO- BEST LINE TO Preach Lick and West Baden Spriif f UNION STATION LOUISVILLE IJDEARBORN STATION- CHICAGO t ticPsis iNa j a QB BACON D PI N w Car Seat It r t i MACKIN COUNCIL Continues to Do Good Work For Young Men Jtfnckln Council continues Its good work for young men and President John Kenney is elated over theprog ress made since January 1 At this weeks meeting five more applica dons for membership were received and five candidates elected By the leaders in the membership contest iit is expected to place Mackin over the GOO mark A communication was received from Mrs Katie Shelley Newman o- Womans n behalf of the Catholic Club inviting the cooperation of Mackin Council for the opera to be given in April As the cause is n most deserving one the council or- Womans dered a letter sent to the Club assuring them of Mackins sup port and it is very probable that one or more boxes will be taken Thomas D Cllnese reported that Mackln would have the comet of the year when the opera Among the Stars is presented In May The cast and chorus larger than ever are now holding weekly rehearsals and all are in earnest in an endeavor t give a production that will s anything ever undertaken in Louis ville After malting a generous donatio- to a member who has been ill for year a special committee was named to look after his wants It is deeds like this that gives Mackin a firm hold on its members who are never neglected when in need An ack nowledgement of the donation to St Lawrence Institute was received and it was voted to loan the tables for the entertainment to be given for Holy Cross church PARALYSIS FATAL Vetran Merchant Passes Into His everlasting Award George Yeakel one of the oldest and most respected merchants in Kentucky died at his home 723 South Sixth street on Tuesday after noon He had been suffering from pneumonia and paralysis and his death was not unexpected His wife died several weeks ago from a cold contracted while attending her hus band Mr Yeakel was born in Ocr many eightyone years ago but had spent sixtysix years in the United States As a very young man he conducted a dry goods store n Eighth and Market streets Later he removed his place of business to alwaJsmainiained Mr Yeakel prospered as the years went by and accumulated a com ngohesuits and turned his store over to his son Edward Yeakel The following children survive him EdwardI Yeakel of Brandenburg Jerome Yeakel of this city and Mesdames I Edward Millett Lamar Hcrndon James Cunningham Edward BridgesI Charles Bennett nnd Albert C White The funeral took place from the Cathedral on Thursday morning and was attended by many old friends of the deceased mercha- ntPROGRESS MADE In Working Up Interest For St Cecilias Bazar The general committee from St Cedillas parish that is making ar rnngements for the bazar April 4 to 11 held a meeting in Mackln Councils club house last night find favorable reports were heard from all the subcommittees James T Shelley Chairman of the Wheel Com gufttlonsbazar The report was adopted upan imously George J Butler Chair man of the committee on advertising and printing made an interesting report and his recommendations sI were also adopted The ladles and gentlemen present reported that combination books were going at a rapid rate Heads of the various booths reported that many handsome articles had been do nated and others promised A reso lution was adopted declining to allow the solicitation of chances on the floor of the hall during the progressAUdo so voluntarily James Mullarkey was elected Chairman of Mackin Councils committee to succeed Frank It Lanahan who has removed to Texas INTERESTING Discovery Made by Priest In Old Church In Italy The interesting discovery has been made that there are frescoe- in the Church of St Donato near Derutu In the province of Perugla under three Mats of whitewash The parish priest accidentally dis removingaa piece of plaster to be detached The frescoes represent historical- subjects One is signed by D Panullo end dated 1430 The othec inscriptions have not yet been deciphered The frescoes are excellently prtt served and well executed They have mostly been identified as the work of the fifteenth century They probably extend through the entire church part of which is now used as- a lumber store BADGE FOR CimSF rte and clrnirerofMajOr TirnDehen presented htm with x iNMdMW frid hedge etwldod yrttfc 1aeiliI 1 he4quari n of the UN depart I ment Attorney Robert f Butet mode the presentation pecn Tfc t Tin ffetef wwi overcome and couldl only look W 1N1Ipl IItN- f f1it SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A O 113- DIVISION 1 Meets at Fails City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording SecretaryThomas PI LawlerI I Financial Secretory Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Holler SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISIQN 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice sldel1tItaymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary = John T KenpeyTreasurerJoseph Lynch SergoantatArms David M Mur phrSenUnclWl11la Nash DIVISION 3 MeAts First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Sheehans J StevensFinancial Secretary John G lies cleatn DoughertyaSentinelThomas Noon SergcantatArmsJrimes P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Henncssy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Sccreatry Thomas J LanganAssistant SecretaryDJRecording Secretary John J WlnnTreasurorIJarry Brady SergcantatArms William Callag banOutside Sentinel Michael McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII1LE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President G Cole MurphyRecording Mc Jrody Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside Yt 33kl I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 South Twentysixth KenneyFirst L Lanahan Second Vice President Sherley unlff Recording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWilliamA Financial Secretary Frank G dams TreasurerDan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart VIOLA ALLEN NEXT The Masonic Theater will be dark until the appearance of Viola Allen who will make her appearance with a select company week after next Her engagement is looked upon as the seasons star attraction HOPKINS T1EEATEH Manager Dustin nnd his moving pictures at the Hopkins Theater continue to grow in popularity The change at this house has met with public favor and the clean and in aUraetlnglarge MAOAULEYS THEATER For the first hall of next week Manager Macauley will present Eva Tanguay in her great musical hit isrhas been well received everywhere this scorer MOTION PICTURES The excellent pictures shown at the Casino Princess and Columbia audic shown and tips frequent changes en hance the popularity of these shows A feature is the always late and up todate illustrated songs MICHAEL QUEENAN Michael Quvenan one of the oldest and beet known IcSlt Americans in Louisville died et the family res idence 1020 South Brook street on Saturday anti his funeralltoot place from SU Mary Magdalens church on Monday morning Tt v eased was born 4n Ireland seventy years ago but had spent more than forty year LpuUvllle and tlier were few 111D who had A wider acquaintance the city or State than Michael OwiogohUdrenIarrive Kra Joseph CssadByof Louisville Thomas L QaeeuB of Jackson Tenn and Punk E Queenwi of this city ill RECKLESS Prohibition Ideas Exposed by Remarks of Their Leader 1 Defending the Mayor of Indian apolls the Indiana Catholic of that justly declares that no matterwhat views one may entertain onII the liquor question it is hard to read patiently in a community where II reignthe marks of Mr Chnfln the Prohibi tionist candidate for President In his condemnation of Mayor Shank for that officials alleged failure to enforce the law this Chicago Prohibi tionist politician called our Mayor an anarchist and boldly suggested that the Mayor ought to bo hanged or lynched This is a fine example of the ideas of law and order that are harbored by the extremists of Mr Chaflns party We say the extremists for we do respect the opinions of many good people who prohibition bitionWe are told by the daily papers MayorShank byhisweakminded impressionable en thusiast should take ChafIn at his word and proceed to harm the Mayor of Indianapolis Who would be legallj and morally responsible Not the fanatic who did the wild act but the fanatic who made the wild speech As to the Mayors attitude on the liquor question even those who can not be numbered among his friends and admirers give him credit with doing his best to handle a puzzling problem Abuse of the chief magistrate of a great city by a visitor will not commend itself to our conservative citizens even when the guilty party masquerades under the guise of a moralist and reformer PASS10N1ST PRIESTS Will Give Mission at Holy Name Church Next Week TiLe Rev Father John OConnor pastor announces a mission at the church of the Holy Name South Louisville to begin tomorrow The missioners will be the Rev Fathers XavIer Sutton and Henry Miller preachersThemass at 10 o lock tomorrow morn ing and the opening sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Francis Sutton C P Father Miller has been conducting a mission at St Leos church Highland Park this week Each evening during the week there will be a sermon nnd benedic tion of the blessed sacrament but there will be no services on Saturday Every morning during the week there will be mass and a brief instruction for workingmen at 5 oclock and a high mass and instruc tion at 830 oclock for women and children On the afternoons of Monday Tuesday and Wednesday there will be a mission for the chil parishThe Sutton is one of the noted controversialists of the Passlonlst Order and Father Henry Miller was formerly Prior of I the Sacred Heart Retreat in Louisville Rev Father OConnor invites publIcAWFUL DEATH Results From Accident to Popular Young Fireman An unfortunate accident that shocked the family and brought grief to many frienas was the acci dent on Friday morning of last week that resulted in death to Henry T Hessian a well and favorably known pririshripelocomotive fireman by the Louisville Nashville railroad and was en gaged in filling the tender of the locomotive with coal He slipped when the engine started to move and was crushed between the coal chute and tender lIe died soon after the accident preparedforhome of his parents 1730 Maple street where it reposed until the funeral took place from Sacred Heart church on Sunday afternoon The church was filled with relatives and friends of the deceased lIe was twentyone years old and was the son of Officer Tat Hessian He is survived by hit parents four brothers and two sisters Mr Hessian was a young man of great promise and his untimely demise is wy much deplored IRISH HISTORY Read In Impressive Style Is Feature of Division aAOH DivIsIonS A 0 II held a splen didly attended meeting in its new quarters Nineteenth and Portland avenue on Monday night President Patrick T Sullivan presided and D- rnM Dwyer was obligated The large attendance was freely com rented upon and showed the wisdom of the divisions removal to its old home State President George J Butler and County Treasurer D J Coleman reported progress for the County Board in arranging for the St Patricks day observance Attor ney Lawrence Jf Mackey read a chapter of Irish history In R very Impressive style after which there was a most interesting formal dls uNIon NKW CHURCH BOBB8ARY n SL Patrick houe of the oldest in Philadelphia iit tbe torn down and a modern structure will be erected in Its stead It wss man in 1838 cndchM done duty ever cine The how church will combine the BywutlfM sad BoaaoewqpM tylM of r3hltlettefli f M rff pn BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE LtMcKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky GEHER SON 2IS WEST MARKET STREET THE CEIEBRATBD NORTH REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator Insulation A The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all of practical value that are considered RangeThe EQUAL It ranks high In the estimation of the t4 4 + +++ + + i WEWANTYOURWORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly j nI I and in FirstClass Style 11 PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN 5310 VEST GREEN STREET ONMNe004Ni N4r00o FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HJADQUARTERS nOR Dressed Poultry and Game All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS ONLY ATTA M J BANNON Pres Mgr SEW features public N4H MEATS sSAAAAVVSA P BANNON JR- VlcPres Trias =Secrtlary WOLTRING IPuP Gannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Erich Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Erich OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBLGPHONB 573 WORKS lathand Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET riins WINES CHAYPAOlnea ALL KOli311 l 845 West Green Street UQUOM JIaAIRS6N1 j rp i PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS CIntI 11 III IlkThis tM1 ttT WitI WIW lIT c f v STAR with Cork deslr of H M Fire Infirmary AND fJ in FOR Furniture ru Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest- Pr1CEfr go to 1 WMf MAYER U 41W MAST ST- o ax- 4Y