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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u 1 J II I aoU KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN r IIJ VOLUME XXIV NO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 5 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS K NTUC Y Welcome VVlll Await Our Newv t Bishop When He Arrives ai V HereI 1 DIocesan c1e3 kIttIse PreJlmt rb T F InaryArrangements Forb V l ReceptionM A Knilironlzntiou Will Be Fol fiini r lowed by Banquet Fortr Prelate LAITY ILk ALSO PARTICIPATE rue preliminary steps toward wel coming the Right Rev Denis ODon aghue the new Bishop of Louisville t were taken on Tuesday morning when practically every pastor in the diocese anti many of the assistant priests assembled in St Francis Hull I in the basement of the Cathedral The Very Rev Administrator Father James P Crohln called the meeting of the clergy to order at 10 oclock oiid the meeting continued untilii shortly after noon To epitomize Bishop ODonaghue will be en throned on Wednesday March 30 All tie priests in the diocese that eat conveniently do so will go toII lnclhinapoth to escort Bishop aghue to Louisville The Governor of Kentucky nndl Mayor of Louisville will be Invited to toke part in welcoming the new Bishop The ceremony of entlironlatlOn l will be followed by n banquet givenl nndltheII The clergy will present the new Bishop with a complete set of epIsco- pal robes in three colors The reception for the laity is yet to be arranged When the Very Rev James P Cronin called the meeting to order he looked down upon men who were spiritual advisers from nearly every parish in the diocese and besides the secular priests the various orders were represented The Right Rev Edmund Obrecht Abbot of Geth semnne represented the Cistercians Very Rev Father J R Clark the Dominicans Very Rev Jerome I Preiascr the Black Franciscans Wnerthlihe1 I I Father Daniel the Passionists Rev Brother James the Xaveriaii Broth ers Jn fact all of the religious orders of mien were represented by one or more priests or brothers After the meeting had been called to order Father Cronin stated its object arrange to give Bishop ODonaghue a fitting welcome to his I new diocese He stated that he had gone to Indianapolis on Thursday of last week to discuss matters with the new Bishop and upon the laWers unvitatlon Father Cronin said that a new set of episcopal vestments in three colors were necessary nnd coming to the dignityof the 1mII j U prelateand that kncxwing the gen- erositY of the juiuittiiii clergy lie I had ordered such an outfit to cost 1000 This action of Father Croiiin was unanimously indorsed by the clergyThe Dr George W Jcliuhmann was elected Secretary of the meeting and after that motion followed motion and amendment fol lowed amendment until the Reverend Secretary could cry out with j Richard III 4One woe doOi trend upon anothers heels So fast they follow I And yet it was riot a time Of woe Those assembled were merely trying to arrange a genuine Kentucky wel come for the new shepherd of thisi historic fold I The Very Rev E if Bachmanri suggested end thin offered n motionI that a Pullman car be charteredI that a committee of clergy might es cort the new BlI lOp from Indian apolis to Louisville It was later do cidcd to charter a train for this purpose Among those who tool part in the general discussion oft matters were the Very Rev P M J Rock rector of the Cathedral Revs J T OConnor Patrick Walsh An drew Zoeller Thomas W White tt RlleJ9fSlielbyrllleB Pfeiffer James J Conniff Will JosephJfOgarty 1 0 P Thomas J JenlJna of Yw Ilope L B Ford of St Patrick and John Harding of Preston Park Seminary lIatJJlI Rock made a brief but a very impressive talk In favor pf genuIneXeIKuckyweJcome loftt1oulddQdLcientingbreUlren I slggeste1JMlt0 1i DIMIOPOUonagl1ue 0 meridatlonJi met hearty approval andII the Chairanan Very Rev Father i Cronin warn authorized to appoint a committee to oliarter a train and to arrange for the neceanary carriages rather Cro lftINI al o empowered 1 to appoint a p cial ec ri commit tee of clergy to go to IncHmnapolis to ringUie new Bi Hop to Irfwliville c urlrillfrjlODol1ollrbufill1thect1ledral JlWe will be tenderea a AlmquetJYII cl 6ri motiontt Mry e efhr Cb rl11P Baffo It was d eidad to allo v FvU r Cppnin ip namq aa wcecnttye oomirittofl of aeren prievto to arrie the detaiW of the baaqiMit matti r Crown is to be ex oiftolo lied of that committee He pmmiMd to aaiuMMwe tht memberC of this one Wo 4 CSext Sunday the various pastors throughout the diocese Will call ai meeting of the laymen in their re spective parishes to make fitting or rangements for the laitys part in giving Bishop ODonaghue a grand old Kentucky welcome f t S QV Death of Noted MusicianI T 4i v s i1 3 5 fl4 1 and Gracious lyew funerals at the Cathedral inI recent years was as well attended as that of Mrs Mary C Warren which took place on Friday morning of last week Mrs Warren was an accom pUShed musician and was held inI high esteem in musical and Catholic social circles She died in Chicago on Tuesday of lost week The remains were brought to Louisville nnd re posed at the home of her son Ueorge E Ruffner 1312 Willow ave flue until the funeral Previous to her marriage the de ceased was Miss Mary C Chase She was born In Dublin Ireland sixty seven years ago and was the daugh ter of John J and Mary A Chase The family removed to America antil settled in Louisville when the de ceased was two yeans old She inher fled musical talent from both father and mother nnd became nn accom plished musician For n number of years she sang in the Cathedral 1 choir anti later was organist and I director of St Patricks choir Sonic years ago Mrs Warren removed tot J ew York where slim lived until her fatal illness She went to Chicago for medical treatment and died that city Injj She is survived by the following children William Ituffner of New I York George K Ituffner of Louis vlllo John F Huffner of Chicago I and Harry Warren of New York and by three brothers and one slstelIj I nil of this city They are Prof Jo lseJh W Chase James F and John M Chase and Mrs Teresa De Rose After the mass the Rev Father I belt preached an eloquent sermon and paid tribute to the mothers Jove for her boys and her devotion to her brothers nnd sister ChOSE DIRECTORS And Catholic Womans Club Will Elect Offi cers Moqday use Catholic Womans Club elected seven members pf the Board of DIII rectors last Monday evening were Mrs Mary Cross 1309 Third ThirtyfourthShelley Newman 430 West Oak Mrs nrec1dnfrltlFifth flush Chestnut Mrs August Ropke 1432 Hepburn avenue anti Miss Katie Collins 930 Sixth Street I I The full board is made up of our i teen members Each year the terms of seven expire and new directors nre j PreshljntI j i Monday afternoon These officers JudgePresident MattlnglyTreasurer j I IIThe Catholic Womans Club has reo cluccd the indebtedness on its home from 10000 to 9000 in two years I LITTLE DOING Members of Division 1 AOI1AtLenten Services There was little doing nt the meet ing of Division 1 A O H Tuesday 1I night the majority of the members I attending the Lenten devotions held seIpresenthowcerness of nn urgent nature and it was gratifying1 when announcement was nmdettmt the visiting committee hall none on the iick list I President Walsh told of111e Tnngemcnts made for tIle JIlberhlqnJj telobrntiort at Macauleys Theater on Palm Sunday and where the members might obtain tickets He also im pressed on those present time im iortancc of being present at St Patricks church on Passion Sunday morning when time members will re calve holy communion in a body anti thus do honor to their patron saint The next meeting will be hold March IS and It is expected that every member will be present as a number of important matters must then receive attontipn State Presi dent George J Butler will be present and will speak on the coming State convention and what the Ashland Hibernians are doing therefor NOTED PRIEST DIES The Rev Father Patrick A Walsh for twentyseven years rector of tlie Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmelt at Astoria Long IsWnd died at M operationforl Urd6Yrin 1850 and wi ordained at St Johns College Waterford in 1873 Jn the same year he dame to New York He was assistant priest at St Peters rfiunsh f Brooklyn for tenl J yearn and then went ta Atoria twhere he built a fine church and con dueted a thriving partahr UIIIi t inIotl eonIdIeVeslfJiia itit arclidioeeie of New York CATHOUO gUKMKR SCHOOL The1 session of the athpli Sum c mer School at Lake pbsm1ii ts1- sr I j win begin on June 9a4 willI ijiiios o ap4bsr L 1 ASQIJITH Changes Plans When Sees ThatI Irish Pnrty Is Against Him KodinondiHehlWlripHandrina 1 Budget Is Promptly Switched I Reform ot House of Lords WillI C Comc Alter the Easter I Holidays tlLORD ROSEBMY MAKES WE According to the new programme outlined by the Liberal Government the British House of Lords will soon be shorn of its powers and this means that the entire British aye revoltlltlonlzedI non John E Redmond still holds lorIi1reloIH1 seems may be postponed for n short time The denouement in the tangled situ ation came on Monday The House I of Commons was crowded by all the members of both houses anti the outcome of the day was awaited anxiety withIII The Conservatives were so eager to avoid another general election that they accepted Premier Asqulths I programme without calling for aII proIIposellHouse of Commons meets after 1 theII I tcr resolutions will be presented I deprive the House of Lords of nil authority over finances nnd also of the power Ui veto the measures of the House of Commons The Lords will be left only the functions of delay nnd discussion If the plan succeeds the Liberal Government proposes next year to transform time House of Lords from n hereditary to r democratic body Both Premier Asqtiith and Chancellor LloydGeorge announced that the Government staked its existence on the plan and in the meantime the budget stands sidetracked It Is probable that when it is taken up it wilt combine n budget for two years shorn pf thet I features objectionable to the Irish members From now until the Easter ad journment the House of Commons l will deal with resolutions enabling the Government to continue to bar row money and the appropriation bills for the army navy arid other departments The Irish members de amlIneorlyIreland until the House of Lords question comes up after Easter Chairman Redmond complained that Premier Asquith hind not made it clear what lie would do If the Lords hung up the resolutions He declared that if Asquith would give a definite promise that in the event the Lords GovernmentjwouMsupport his resolutions Premier Asquith made no such promise and the Irish members refused to vote The decision of the Premier to sidetrack the budget came suddenly and unexpectedly its late as Satur day lie had determined upon the contrary even thought he had been told that the Irish and Laboritesl would not support hum This meant defeat and n dissolution of Parlia ment Some sudden change come oer the spirit of his dreams for tile Premier did just time opposite of what jiwns expected on Mono rIme quest on is what viL the lordK do now They had already agreedt protestNowhave any sayso in the matter nt all procticahly time mop It Is a complete victory partyTimetime Irish Nationalists has been that veto legislation should precede financial John Redmond made that perfectly plain and the Government leaders saw the Irish were In ernest No v the Lords are uneasy and the leadersI in the upper house of Parliament ore about to take steps do reformI there Lord Rpsebery has given no tiep that he would move on March IiI that the House ot Lords resolve it self into 0 committee of time wholeI to consider the best means ofre forming the existing orgnblstionllO as to constitute itself a strong arid efficient second oliamber Ttyte wallII ins measure take thus wind from the Governments sails but will by no means settle the question ROYAL WELCOMES0 Await ExPresident Roose velt NowEnRoute Home Former President Theodore Rooee IeloonJw1telitlt HoilneamI Pope Plus Xf will give Aouyenlr gold medal King Victor Entanuel wIU jrfve lifra a dinner andI Mayor NajUlan will invitet him to de liver atlleast dne leetnre in llonie Not to b outdone by jtalyxQ r mauz is preparing to ehteiitoiln ihe the UnWed 8tU gOIOTer hU coming 1lelfdentofIhi siot reach that city Emperor tVilHam WillI give him a royal welcome ndtbeauthprttief of the Berlin UnlYerltt1 are rapnrlnr to ent rtahi bin iFrance and Borland art nasa b Mnd ahxl he will be royally entertained in both Paris and London It is hardly probable flint Mr Roosevelt will visit Ireland but at any rate the Parliament will IIrlsh1nemllersof his party arrived at Gondorko Soudan Africa on Saturday last and fis now en route down the River Nile He expects to be joined by Mrs Roosevelt and his younger children at Khar toum about MarchI 13 nti1 tjiih rrank Adams and Bjlde Surprised By Old FriendsIf t Members of Mackin Council sur prised Frank Atoms nnd his bride last Wednesday evening Between forty und fifty members of time council assembled at the club house about byCharlesSimonisItheNeither Mr nor Mrs Adams knew of their coming Without any ceremony every one of the uninvited but not unwelcome guests kissed the bride anti shook hands with Mr Adams Mr Raidy in behalf of Isle colleagues presented the newlyweds with n handsome rocker nnd a kit chen shower Each of time guests hall carried vftth him some useful kitchen utensil There were washtubs boilers kettles buckets and nil manner of things Bout Mr anti surprisebut giftsIveryfontisurprised at any time to see that hadIwnllellGeorge SImonlsB I Refreshments were served various pranks were p1nydi and before lenvI ling alllkissed the i rlllo a second time J EXCELLENT MUSIC To Be Provided by Hlber nlans Pafrtii Sunday I Iilt The County Boffil A 0 IT has I announced the programme for the musicale anti 1eotijre to be given nt iMaeauleys nientawn the night of rII laySoprano I I IcIl1 I bass solo The illimitable John TIjI Flynn will give a monologue and j VOCU11qunrtette I I soprano Shea contralto John J Flynn jI tentr anti David J Mnloney bass After this Attorney Thomas Walsh I who will preside during time evening will introduce Tnrlgelnt who will deliver n toDohertII I I political revolution that ing on in Kngland anti Ireland This will close the evening I fllie price of admission will beitwentyfive nnd thirtyfive i and tickets will be on sale nt the following places John M Mulloy 212 I West Market street Dr Kcaneys i drug store Sixth and Oak streets I I Thomas Keennns 1225 West Market I streat anti D J ColemanS 1053 Portland avenue Whatever funds accrue will be devoted to the cause of partylREGENT DEATHS Mr anti Mrs James Lane have this sympathy of many frl nlls in their j1 grief over the death of their eight yearold son Chester W L Lane who died at the family residence Wednesday morning The funeral took place from St Johns church yesterday morning John If KInbcrger thirtysix years old died at Isis home 172 West Hill street on Wednesday afternoon nnd his funeral took place from St Georges church yesterday morning Many friends of the deceased attended the requiem mass He ls 6ur vived by his wife who was Miss I Marie Sheppard previous to her moor riage lIargarelIMiijogue at r of her llroth rll1 law Ferguson Riley 1204 West Broadway on Saturday evening took place from the I Cathedral of the Assumption on Tuesday morning The deceased is survived by her sister Mrs Fergu dyorImany graces is greatly deplored The funeral of Johri OConnell who tiled at his home on the Taylor boulemrd took place Sunday after noon ifronl Holy Name church Rev Father OConnor conducting time solemn obseqtiies Deceased was one of the oldest arid most ltJJlyeso teemed residents JtSouth Loufevllte and isis death is deeply regretted Dwo aaMrHter Mrsl lh4HIMWIConway- and Mrs Clark both of Uih city tirvire him I 111 remains of George B Nadbrtf yvlip died t ISdrnatcr Co11 Jut week arrived in LouiavlUp M mtay and tile fMherai t01 plaee trt1Anthdriyn church on THeaday mont lag The deecfeMd w wentyaJx year old and hs4 1YJ Jn1 the West during time past aIlx year lie iIs sun rived by liUfa ier Henrr Nadbrff 8rH of this city one brother Henry Kadbrff Jr of Colurtdo and four sisters Me diame A Poppe Carrie Dh1oFden Mamie Schneider t and Was PhUo rna Nadorff Missy MMkd of tile deeaattd attended tefoneraL NEARING End of Lent and Lessons Grow More Solemn Each Day fl4 r lasslon SlLildnyW1I1Oecur One Week Front One Now Present DoctrlnesTanglitby the Church Lead Up to Very Solemnn s r Events FOLLOWERS OF ST PAUL OF CROSS Jent is nearing its close tomor row will be Its fourth Sunday andI a week from tomorrow will be Pus ition Sunday when the most solemni part of the holy season begins On that day the images are veiled in purple time penitential color because on that day our Saviour Jesus Christ disappeared from the Tsmpky as appears in the gospel for that day The Jews who were incensedl lignlnst Christ threatened to put hums to death but lie suddenly dis appeared The purple veils that cover the images from Passion Sun iioiySaturdayAlthough the name Passion Sun day refers to the passion of Christ the gospel of the passion is not rend until Palm Sunday one week Inter The veiling is not only symbolical of fromIspiritual spread over the world before Christ arose from time dead The ceremonies that follow during time week nil lend up to the hosannns of Palm Sunday his triumphal entry into Jerusalem time institution of the Blessed Sacrament byTudasGethsemane his presentation before Pllnte hta scourging at the pillar IsIs journey to Mount Calvary IllsII death on the cross and his entombment I Day liy tiny the church leads us toward times events and each day J new thoughts nre excited in our minds new emotions in our hearts Many saints have iriiiiivii their crowns by worshiping at the foot of the crucifix and meditating upon I lrlellhC1JJlsllOps I the cross While every man woman anti jchild in the Catholic church is con Iverllnnt I laSISlolt I 1111 one religious order that has made a rule of meditation for its mem lit freIqnentJborn near IasslonIBtII bhthplacc1I I 1694Ilnt I Bishop of Alessanllr One year Inter I I St Paul of the Cross went to Rome proceedlags I many jvears but at lengths he estnl Jllshetl his first monastery at Argen taro Italy1 in 1737 Pope Benedict XIV confirmed the rules of the so ciety in 1741 St Paul of the Cross tiled in Rome in 1775 St Pauls most settleil purpose was the conversion of England Time con gregation has been growing not rap TIlli land Ireland Scotland Bulgaria Roumnnia awl are flourishing in time United States They were intro duced into America by time Right Rev Michael OConnor Bishop of PUtsburg in 1852 Later other houses were founded at Dunkirk N Y West Hoboken K J Baltimore Md Cincinnati Ohio Louisville Ky and still later nt St Louis andi ChicagoThe lives of time Pnssionists are very austere They fast three daysI anllIJentfeet save sandals they rise at night to recite matins and indeed recite J iI canonlCtIllJloursJJelr I contemplation and action Besides I lt1andt keep alive in the heartS of the faith ful time passion and death of our Lord U1QRIN4n Mackin Council Had LittleS Buslsess Monday Nluitf- I I For the first time in many jnonthBI Mackln Council held a meeting thif week at which titers was no business of 4nporifarice President Johnlen ney is so1 directing affairs that there is np congestion or ipostp Qnement 01tf aetJoh and this policy pleases the 1 members Tljere was a good aAterid el1nd after eleating two nw L1ssmeiiberal fonr more applications Time eounVi ell wJl1loon set a date for the Jnltia tlctn when it iRexpetfel Hmt a class tOf fifty will receive time degrees tha4IplejlhProgreI I t i aldftlopeI o that ilteeD1 t1CJ Itjentn completed and would be stir 5 priMd if they did not fad the other societies Three member1 were re I 1J Jr J I ported on the sick list but none were tin a serious condition II The refurnishing of the club house parlors not only handsome but substantial nnd If time balance of the furnishings are of the same standard Mckln nndmostfor young men to be found in the country jJAPJIST MOB JS Have Three Flourishing I Houses In Dominion of Canada The Trappist monks have three settlements in Oanndone at Tracndie Nova Scotia another in the wilds of Northern Quebec near the Luke St John district and an other dn time hanks of the Ottawa river not far from Montreal One of the most interesting of the monas tories is that near the village of Oka on the Ottawa river Time Trappist fso farmer as well ns a priest and the Ohms form of 800 acres is one of time best tilled in that part of Canada All kinds of grain 1are grown an excellent vegetable garden is maintained and a large orchard and vineyard alldllctluresIqueness to the rural scene But the Trappist is a stock grower as well J us an agriculturist There are few I finer thoroughbred stocks than the 1ercheron stallions and huge bulls kept there Time order owns nt Oka 4 several hundred cows three hundred I sheep and thirty five 11Or1eFlII Adjoining the barn is the dairy I producedthirstMontreal market as have the claret I and wines produced from the vine yardscMANY llA TERSII j J Disposed of at Meeting of Ladles Auxiliary Hr A O H J weather than we have IPleasnnter several months brought a big crowd to the meeting of time t Ladies Auxiliary A 0 H on J Wednesday cvenlngnliss Rosu J tSweeney occupied the cimui1tnmiil nil the officers were present rnew JI member wAs admitted and four nppll I MaryCorcoran Iii- on Robert Kmmet and recalled the fact that March 4 would tIe the nn 1 nlrersory of isis birth Apong time members reported illcc I1pEmmat ii that time paraphernalia for tho degree team had been ordered antI would arrive in time for the next initiation h which will be held shortly nfteiII Easter A euchre mill dnnce will betgiven under time auspices of time deIgree team on the second lonl1ntt after Easter The proceeds will be ridded to the aid fund of the nux 1 tiliary IMiss Katie Nolan has made such n 1 Jilt as a reader of Irish history thatII Itlle President Miss Swcelle has Ulljj pointed her official reader for time lutJxi1hr Time members were ro onII onIofI at St Patricks church on Passion Sunday March 13 All time ladtrn j promised to attend the mass nnd to receive holy communion on thirst day YALOJIOU SOLDIERs Passes Away full of Years and YcrY Mshly Honored IrishAmericans have lost another l hero by the denthof St Clair A Mulhollnml Who died at his home in Philadelphia after a brief illness last week lie had been the United t States Pension Agent in PhlladelphV since 1894 Gen Mulholland wns l vent o1l1e years old and served in the Federal army throughout time I civil war In his youth he joined the j Pennsylvania militia and when time civil war broke out lIe was engaged jin recruiting the 110th Volunteers and with them went to the front as Lieutenant ColoneltJoining Gen Meaghers Irish Brigade In the Army of the Potomac J Ibe soon haiti opportunity to show hiliII llInner when nt time battle Qf Claims cellorsvllle Col Heenan was dis j abled by a shell Time twentythree yearold Lieutenant Colonel held the command valorously until he WIl8II himself wounded At Gettysburg he led his troops and throughout jhe Wilderness campaign In 1895 Congress granted him a medal of honor for his valor Chancellqrsville I ANNUAL CANDY PULLING The ladies of the Sacred Heart parish illgvea candy pulling for the benefit of time parochial school on time afternoon and evening of Thursday March 17 The entertain I ment will lie given in time school hall Seventeenth and Broadway I ti lats eHtitX th holder to cantl- ysreieingo1d fort R fcents Thifl1 toanxly pulling baft become an annual I l feature in Sacred Ileart parish and each entertainment proves enjoyable TQURTNG TILE WJ Tii apt John B Ahirphy pt Jefferi J soBville left tklii week for a CaUt nlancJ tlo Vrt He apent n dAr la Neiw Otlean aiul white J J thfeie waji en rhuidbrJ GaimuIthe Siv rem Pr W nt ofth I ollc Knlrht of America Cpt Vur I 1pby1 ot eorntaColoNdo and Utah before rctnrntaf tome SENATE l Follows House of Representatives in Passing time Ripper Bill Every Taxpayer Ought to Watch Con f oral Council on the University Notorious Negro ibid to Grand Jury Needs Police Attention pjlWJ Q 4LL REEUCANS The much riiootcd ripper bill passed the State Senate this week by the decisive vote of twenf one to two Time vote was taken after a strenuous session of the upper house of the Kentucky Legislature and after time Republican members were rIpperbillit will hardly receive the signature of the Governor The ripper bill is an act to oust Clayton Blakey from time City Attor neys office nnd to eject nil isis as slstants in that office When time bill becomes a law even though it may have to be passed over the Gov ernors veto Mayor Head will be given time privilege of naming his choice n8 legal1 adviser for the cityThe i appointment of an attorney in perfect accord with the city adminis tratlbn is absolutely necessary Mr Blakey is a Republican He went into MayorGninsteasition to know say that he has lost more suits for damages against the city thnii tiny City Attorney of Louisville The Louisville Evening Post and opposingheBlakey should not be removed Neither of those journals took any exception when time previous admin istration took steps to remove time City License inspectors because they were Democrats The Republicans have resorted to many anti devious ripperbillday Lieut Gov Oox arbitrarily de clared the State Senate adjourned nfterJwp nfpei lJtjfJ m liisyeclIeB8 i Had been unstained ThIs Republican exofficlo Chairman of the Senate went so far as to say that the bill had not been regularly printed Sen provedheproIluclngthe Republicans bolted the chamber and the tweiitysixDenmocrats passqd adjourningSpeaking time the present city administration 1101leomanfiremun can adminiatration hud no such hesitation and Mayor Head and isis boards should show no leniency Out with time enemy and in with your friends I There is another matter that needs time careful attention and earnest thought of every rtaxpayer In Louisville What will you advise the Council to do toward pre- enting n lund to the University of LoUisville The officials of that corporation asked for 25000 but finally reduced their request to maybtmtThe University of Louisville Isaprivate institution Every student must pay anti pay well for isis tui- tIon It jit officered by men of busi ness genius as well ns by men filled with medical anti legal lore Some soy the university will be a benefit to the cpmrnercial interests of time city Is that so Then let the com mercial interests pay the price Those usitianec must pay time piper is an old Irish adage and it fits in welt in this case During the post few days Judge Boldrlck of the Police Court has held Tom Cole a negro and this pro prietor of a notorious negro saloon anti gambling den on Walnut street near Tenth The two organs of the Repiiiblkan party have espoused Isis cause and insist that he is being per- secukellCoe is n notorious offender and a defier of the law He was a particular pet of the Grinstead Administration and insulted patrolmen Sergeants Lieutenants anti feldellnfluenreenough eral able officers from the district In which he resides and conducts isis business anti has threatened to make other officers do unmentionable Q things in case ho were molested This threat alone ought to put hums out Of business Walnut street is getting worse and worse as a resort of negro thugs and crooks No white woman is safe on West Walnut street for sver4usquares west from Sevenths Chief LJndsey and every man on time polfce force ought to bend every effort to break up Coles nefarious dve NEW BNOTJAXD TSITOR Patrick U Keillyof Salem Mass hai been the guest here of hii JlIIierJ MrIChuJe Iteming of Twelfth and Market streets A Uiprt time ajfo Mrir Kelly daughter Mile Mary Kelly became the brjde of EdWard Mtlone a young man of pronflneoee in Lawreaee ui1lrJtehtookadvantage of the occasion 1dme 4 LowUTille tV tJslt his aUHer HI hal mad many warm friend during his visit Q 1 o r mU Ckr JIi c J 0a 4 JSTPO I I8HA RXCAN J f KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKIGtWA- tvi M te the Social old Mora Adviicemeiaeat ol Irjah mericwis and Cacho Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlberniacsj Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY PUSH AMERICAN PRINTING COI OratedPubllaheraS- UBSCRIIfION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc L 18nhtrod at fire Loulivllle Poitoffice a SeeondClaaa flatttr AUreoaall Coat aiMlc tlMi lo the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Orcci St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 6 1910 =U WELCOME OUR BISHOP I The Right Rev Bishop ODonag vylll come to Louisville to take formal possession of his sec on afutrh- ii The clergy of the diocese have to y NowlitI getting busy The various pastors t will notify their respective flocks as the part they are expected lo pl 44to of the laymen should in every parish and a general j meeting follow The wishes of tight Rev Bishop the Very 1- L Administrator Father Cronin and various pastors should be heard and heeded r What the laymen will be advised to do is not yet known but rich and poor ought to act together to give the new prelate a real Kentucky 5vel come If it is decided to have laymen meet the Bishop at the road station then the demonstrat ion ought to lie made a grand one every Catholic man and boy in diocese would take part in such parade the effect would be imposing nn1 lasting It would show our brethren of separated creeds that the Catholics love and honor theiv ecclesiastical superiors Welcome Bishop ODonnghue the cradle of Catholicity in the West Make him feel at homo in the dlocesaI that has been presided over by aIFlaget a Spalding and a McCloskey Incite him to greater zeal sopere long Louisville will be elevated to the dignity of an nrfchdloccse 4FOOLISH PENSIONS t t t The present session of the ICcn 1 tucky Legislature has not given 1 1 OfbenergJI I followed another on important leg lation but the solona appear to getJ busy on trivial or more grope speaking idiotic flings For instance t Ytthe daily papers announced on Thursday In their dispatches from Frankfort that speeches were Inn in favor of a bill to pension Lou yule school teachers The bill provides that old school teachers who have reached the age cf fiftyfive years and have been In I the service of the city schools for twentyfive years shall bo entitled to a pension To raise the money it 111owners111 pension fund will cost 300000 annually- A teacher fiftyfive years old and receiving the Salary paid them in Louisville for twentyfire yen ought tp be able to care forr selves themIll11Ill IbVJIbI bakers and bricklayers Why n otof mindlegislators Is to much The bill was passed by a v of sixtyone to three PREACHERS AS HOUSE1U3EPERS I a The followIng telegram from Chicago under date of March 118j c interesting Chicago clergymen ofmanytdenominations swept dusted ma beds cooked and cleared up after Punch today that their wives udg devote their time tp the fight againstt Pe the saloons The women met at noon at WHIard Iran and J rmedan J organization that from now until election day will be active in thon i ThellIagreell1fl he Jhpusework for one day and I relieve their wivesfrom domes Uc I cares came as a result of an appeal yesterday by Miss Lucy Page GastonJI I of the AntlCigaretto J12 cctrioCools County W dT U TheseI women formed a committee whIch I attended meetings of the ministers if all the Proto eslant denominations find aaked the Clergymen to salt the aid of their yriret againtt t I liquor traffic IJ njls ouglrG to cure Many of the rTh women of the suffragette habit Itoocmany wives of pre chert return edenl home 1 supptnrueder P I Let the preaehar mind 4he pnlg1l afi i tn thelrwives the ko ea 1TIDI NBW8PAPSK Ii OflomelliM lMtper Dien who are toaielaf from Ifo Worlds ithati i made familiar tfeede to bf wriMi aaa dsIlikeos Jhpworldi JIWl your ami1ly era to be v Qi familiar with hors you hot aIMa newapahueyou take whether be One parades and patronizes vice and goodnesskendecency or one that does the rev andI of Uiis Does it make a differs whether you admit doily or wee l to your household a paper which lia 3 regard for truthfulness mid fairness slanderhe at any to purpose To the newspapers are committed Itlevmand The responsibility of the jglVOIItresponsibility ought to be under the power and exercisedIl noble principle But the paper oulyheresponsibility Theywho select I Lnpap r which they will toke and pat tItelr pathej 1 I measrnpaper This community is responsible for I I tho kind of papers which it oneouc l ages and supports and especially IsI there a responsibility as to the charjj peter of the paper admitted to the toomea responsibility for admitting It There is no place where n should more carefully and fi r I I exercise his moral and Christian principle than In the selection of its aper II I TIME TO GET I nUSYII s110ulel1eitheri been In session more than twoJ months now and not one Smpopt piece of legislation has passed sit erlI SpeakerisScrgeantat Arms to glyIi InII tho House of Representatives 83 members continue to d raw salaries nt 625 c m nthII IeII I r upon herself to become a socj shiner snys the Catholic Union Times which would be all right were It not for the fact that many I mothers attempt to imitate her to tIle utter demoralization of herring off sp The Kentucky have had this LegislatureII it called upon the Suffragettes to bring along their babies II The New York Herald says rthero- is some curiosity to know how rsJames Stark of Boston will occupy C vllcwiIltlonI celebrated Stork is the man ho makes light of the achIevements American patriots Curiosity as what he will do on that occasionf I pardonable i oteMayor W 0 Head is to be gym mended for securihga new contracttlI I for electric lighting of the clt streets According to the terms of a contract closed this week the c willsle115oo per annum r William Jennings Bryans deciari desiresde n expects another nomination for the lateht The Ple care little and will not h a him IIgatnbr bIJJurmean things you know concern others It will sour youru beIT1lcbevilIR6ntons Is sure to beco i SUCCU mED TO INJURIES bestknoWltcircles and avosE l diedher OIae 733 East Oak street early ursday morning ner funeral yhlI atlock9 sA hoe seyWIera1daYliland nunexpected rade1utIUi111nerUn Ietntek1C1 n PreriiMiii to hI marriage she wait urvfedbJijaaver and aoverol children iJIe r coisunlfymi CHUBOH yOK XBCHtOBS vKansaBcisoaQ Fathers to organize a cbngre of colored people fhe new 14hale 8t Isa i r I WALLSII TOJ PW J sacIlseI find surcease fromworld tares and strife Thy thralls sweet solemnity my soul en Helps me rorget the bitterness in life I kneel a man In prayer yet pray like child The prayer my mother taught 1long years ago n And oer me steals a benediction mild f Like mother gives to wellby ej wayward child 0 The faith of old comes creeping b to me The song 111clkiss the prayer at mothers knee= boyPsorrowthaalloy Thatj like unbidden guest comes the feast crecry joysncc repentanceYI plead dear God forgive the spent years Eva L Crawford SOCIETY 1 I 55S1 MIss Ella Sweeney jlas beenMguest of friends at M1rs E D ShinnickofShelbyrllle- ndm1s a week end visitor to friends ilG this city j theTtiss Mary Donahue of Portland left last week to visit her nephew at Braddock Pa bliss Anna McGill was last week at the Holland House New York City PlI last week at Nazareth Academy near Bardstown Rush C Watkins of the Board ofI Safety and his wife are at French daJsaniY Drown and Richard Fleming ore St Louis for a visit of two wee Iflits William Gannon of South enjoyingIweeks a j y Mrs Mary Morgan 923 West 0a I street had her nieces Misses An gueantj Jlt c airs George Freibert has been spending a week with her pnrentsMiss Mr send Mrs Plus Roemmele 1it1le 311e arg T T Lenihnn of Eureka Springs Ark is the guest of her forinriyIthis Miss Kathryn May Mulverhill pJandledCuss ht Atlanta IMrs Robert Wickham who was here as the guest of her sister Mrs Joseph Herrmann has returned to her home at Tnylorsville IISiss Mary Meagher ul ar Frankfort girl asthe several days J lfrIfrom a visit to her mother Mrs Sue Elliott She was accompanied brother John Elliott Miss Bessie Rapier prominent in New Raven society ciccleSj is her for a three weeks visit with h sister Mrs Sam J Dant beenmported mush improved to the grcrevatit relief of her many friends Chicngpysspending cr is atrs Louis Vernia of East TenthS1j S1yMisses Margaret Conroy and Anna tBella Mornay of Clifton left 1 guestsIIMrs Meder orJanaUileI grandson John Shannonot aicndo- ook returned the first of the gbyviUeg t SprlngstiNIves here Since his arrival he has1 the guest of its uncle DTrt Grady of 1653 Portland avenue Miss Anna OConnor who was succl appemen Anthonys HospltaljlisI doing nicely and able to be at her home 1104 South Twelfth sEr set Miss Celia Laven wilt return next CltYwheresmeend will rkMapatrons Miss lEUen du Pont of Wilmington manwithth gsne to lhslbyville wirers s 411 be the guest of ItCiea Elizabeth for two eeka MIMarr K HarbcHbn 11 arid 1 Michael C Iani9eldscareunited Iin niarrige at Holy Trinity ohureh on J CurlOutranfig se rued are pepufiir young people of Xew Albany are The yonng friend of JRieard lance atUIti fret Jaea T Shelley 8 W4 AMord awmue nn Ida aTenlof lJdt1 wefk It watheldxt tttti annl Yrsary of iris birth and he received many good Wishes for a happy re turn of the doya port iMr and Mrs C E Yea of 319 North Twenlietk rtreet wejs pi litai j t r- S Tvl nightIhenai I sccomlIwere served and a very pleasant evening was spent Mr and Mrs Thomas B McCabe 1have announced the engagementl their nccompllshel1 daughter 211 Ruth McCabe to iMr George Twy man The wedding Which will ti phice In the early summer will be society event of tlje season ns fcontracting parties have a wide circle of friends in Louisville throughout the State Little Miss Catherine Carroll who tIlelChome of Mr and rslf J Carroil 2S28 West Madison street will christened at St Charles church morrow afternoon Rev Fat Haffo performing the ceremony t mediately after 1iS proud pore cc1ebratetoj o comer MANY MINDS bitmAre Making Plans to Ent tain at Euchre and Supper 1iembersof Holy Cross congrc groat preparoti and supper winch J1 Be given in St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets on afternoon and evening of Ens- onday March 28 The cudh games will be called at 230 and e 30a o clock Supper will bo served f until 7 o clock by the ladies of congregation Seventyfive ha some prizes will be awarded during the afternoon and evening euchre gamesThis will be the first entertainment i of any kind that has been given for the benefit of this ii growing congregation and the m- hers are doing everything In their ower to make it a success All sorts amusements will be arranged for the enjoyment of those present and the congregation extends a most hearty invitation for all friends attend PALL PROVED FATAL One of Louisvilles most charming Sundaysperson Miss Georgia Summers of 3610 Ii I street Death followed an attack of onnan icy pavement Miss Summers was twenty years old and is sort PIlsIsterstH Bernard of Louisville Mrs Df Summers ot New York Jessie 3 tic Virginia and Remain Summe Summers was a stenographer employ of J B Wathcn 00 and was beloved by employers and associates for her many womn graces Her untimely death ig dcc deplored GOOD MEETING rDivision 4 A 0 H held a well atl meeting Monday with Prej ent Jolm II Hennessy in the cir and nil officers present The greater part of the evening was taken up discussing Financial Secretary Thomas Langans report in regard the standing of delinquent members I and a special effort will be madenJ collect from those now in arrears Michael Doyle Michael Ward names Gilmore were reported as s on the sick list Reports were heard delegatestirotalnment nt Macauleys Theater on Sunday March 20 byaIRISII JEWS ACT L everyeAnorgnnlzaras Rule Association IB very active the city of Dublin At a recent meet Itsitposed the folhnvfng resolution That this great meeting of Irish Jews resolve to sttpont such melSI 10rretInnd tishhe er Irish Industries and in general pro prosperitya of Ireland CATHOLIC EDUCATORS TO itlE life seventh annual meeting of the wbe5 JUshopJohnr cordial invitation to the asocletlon hold this meeting Ih his plscopal Catholic educators from allJ1 parts of the country who jtmd it con venient to attend wilt receive a warm welcome The religions exercises will be held in Sts Peter and PaulI and the business sessions ofr htlII htl offered for the occasion by the Jesuits all OBNTRAL OOM7HITTEE i the central Committee C 1C of A ttlemeet In regular session at Stt FJdentdelegtessothatJ summer sap b mapped out Several m axhn d terestlmg OATHOLWPIIDf1iMTIP TheCathoi1eede tlon3geiety- wUlhold is Its regular mbntklvmoeti uiDuttreetj aevvssknat ce and to be dtwueadaada f attaad of delegates 1Is requested ln N 01tJO Tar u x Ukuodrif lree t and ain James Scnnan f 11ncritically Ul at their home in Ntvr but at last aeoount tneir naiiy frjcuda had hopes for their rei are oorer fv ddtKNWIlTSOR 1 1 COLUMBUS e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where initiated1isown Qehvcln Iowa lccMemphis Council Las postponed Its tielecture cord party and dance until after Lent It was set for St lat andLilmour Council Cleveland has petitioned the Ohio of Legislature to make October 12n State holiday In honor of Columbus uponbetitleherSopu1chretN last Tuesday evening a grand celebration was held In honor of the anniversary of the birth of Robert Emmet The real anniversary occurred last night CONFEDERATE VETERAN DEAD ergThe fnueral of Michael Bronnigon a Confederate veteran who died at his home 1S19 High avenue on Sun lay morning took place from St Patricks church on Tuesday morn injnriesMasphyxiated ago The deceased was born in the County Armagh Ireland sixtyseven years gedtorcyoung man joined the theromfifeLouisiana Cavalry and served with throughoutndwarover ho removed to Louisville and made its home here For many years he had been o member of St PntrIcks church lie Is urvived byj MrsJj1 ham Ala Mrs Joseph Terrell Mrs dward Holleran and Miss Mary Brannlgan nil of this city Mr Brannlgan was esteemd by all who knew him toFmSTANNIVEHSARY Today is the first anniversary of the death of Officer Thomas T ONeil one of Louisvilles most effi clent policemen A high mass of requiem will be celebrated nt St forrLIIC repose vi jus auiu jua many uiu friends throughout the city join with the family in the fervent prayer peacevedFOUND BUSINESS GOOD inatleath the extendedrsinJ cities visited found business proving Ho reports ifs trip the most successful of the many he has weeksflystore on Main street QUITS TILE RACE lIon Jeremiah A Sullivan of Rich contemplatedlpmaking race Congress poortoraceinj Mr nnnonnce abandon the race for the Democratic ominationtlsis year YALEtillJohn Coleman Jr of this city ircreftyerhas been a News Board of tho Yale Daily News c an election Is considered quite n honor The neY aspirant for lit erary honors is a son of John Cole man Sr the well known local cap itallst InBACK TO WORK All the employes in the City glneers department were pleas when Edward Costigan resumed lliis position this week lie suffered a IernlI alarm his friends SELECT DA OEII A select dance will be given at Trinity Hall Baxter and Morton ave nues on the night of Thursday invitETaI mant agers are F Vollnoti and F BrigmanS HlFOR WOJJANS EYE = Heels are getting higher toe narrower 1Necldacesafterantlque styles arc 1high in fashion Rosettes of soft satin ribbon aTe much used for trimming gowns iDelts appear everywhere andou everything that has a waist line Velvet ribbons and black feathers a some of the earliest Tuscan ts Hats of the moment include Tus can straws with wideI cavalier brims flower trimmed j i Embroidery that looks like rat tttllbraldlsbeingemployed quite cf tirely on linen tailor maues Some of the prettiest of the rench cotton greuadlncscome iIn e with ribbon stripes of color The lingerie gown is promised a 1Ij i 11SprlngcoatatareJ DJhasbeThe ewUk and cotton bengallne supple and In a wide range of colors lingerienRultea favorite for house goJVD8 I is a tiny cotton fringe quite that used onu bedroom curtain IS cots if Iii+atuatfng drew tuffs offered I I ooredbetlMesineyelet embroidery Drapery it still a commanding feat e nl qut the Uilng to wear metl ta loose that iaaay be called eralaofl etyocoloraembro1deredand popular for children drrnut These oroatneotsd with linen or em woldt jfr r iiJ f tt SPECIAL PREMIUM 1 OFFER 42PIEGE DINNER SETsss 42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to Kentucky Irish American AND 200 IN CASH r This beautiful Fortytwo Piece Southern Dinner SetJis 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 I FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT I I I IICRACKEDAND BUCKLED If you PlasteritKENTUCKY WALL PLASTER Incorporated Doth S207 First and River Louisville Ky Also operating Will Plaster Plant Jefferson ville Ind Phone 555 T7TCAVLBYS WednesdayNlgl1ts TORN DREWIN GEORGEedThursday Friday and Saturday and Saturday Matinee ELGIE BOWEN In The Love Cure NEW MASONIC Thursday Friday and Saturday and Saturday Matinee VIOLA ALLEN IN THE WHITE SISTER CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture Houae in Louisville Wo peclally to Ladles and Children PRI NCESSanciCOLUMBIA Under the same management We produCtlonshist HOPKINSWhere Ibe Cropolfc fferedt Ftea the Rest r CO Phones Hoosier Night Night cater es I EntirelyNew Films 1 PICTURES IWith fine Popular explanatory Illustrated talks by lt rIIII JI1 J 0eCENTRALlucerporsted- NI W Cw thiri sad Cirewi Stf 1sfusahhibehorne cOm c pleff on easy paymwt j WM CAUAOMAK Nfr lain Hat r The Big Special Sale of the SMITH ROSE CONRADStocks Stocksof MensYouths YouthsClothing I Furnishingsand andHats HatsGoes GoesOn OnAt LEVYS J IIII c LADIESAre t i I j We can save you money Bring I your old straw hats in early We will clean dye aad reblock them tol I look like new We are still at our old stand but in onr new buildiog equipmentThirtyI K f a ord You know 1a 0 fallscttySfrawWorks Ir r- J ni wn aMlw 41- t It r r- Yl1 V 0- o i J C llo Q U 0 c r c e N KENTUOKY IRISHI AMERICANj 1 NN NN N N st N MONUMENTSL In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST Iin91I MULDOON MONUMENT CO 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i NN + + + AN NN f A J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 r TRACY STRAUB FqNERALDIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS a I IICarrlaonSort 1531 W MARKET NiNN HNNHH than W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerS t- t Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East JMain Stree1 J DOUGHERTY J MCELUOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTI Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2908 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS Calls Answered Promptly Day Night 1231 WEST MATTTTCT STREETtt I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I It nit t u t o THOMAS KEENAN FlutalDirlctorandElibahnlFTELEPHONE All to day or night Carvingsfurnished for all occmloni 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Wuhiag slid Dreeeing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- lieleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 650 S FOURTH AVE fSS22an r PRIVATE flOSPITAI- W 1 UMECAUtt INSANE ANB t EPILEPTIC PATIENTS TbefSi4 Mes of Mercy of eftuwagll- liv 1 own sad menagu private boepita fordcaraadtNtmntoficunepn nod twdeats are admitted Rates airy reM doable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY nBRCV HOSPITAL J uI tests Anus r JsflsfNe1M q i STREET JI fH H 00 0 fD TELEPHONE D S All er v m MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest cla- ssDRJENDRiCKS DENTIST 436 West Market Street eB THOMPSON FI4O1I48IT SpecialtyFloral 632 FOTTRTH AVjaSTU13 Botfc Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satlsfactlongttRranteed Prank J Kchler AI J Arts KACtlLERrARTS r oAFJ11 Old Kentucky Dew SeveH Yrald Boitledt inBbDdi aQaart IO u N E 6w JwrJlrttit LwriwrMi Ky i bniosRRestauranl I 7 OTTOBrtYfaNTt Pr fritor MOll 10- pq Day and Night AShort Orders sea Qa1ck Berne pjrMen to 445 West Jca Y J rrll ttr tjfIoC HIBERNIANS WH t They Haven DoIj the Past VeekUeneral- News Notes New Albany Ilibernlans will havei no formal celebration this year onI March 17 Fire more divisions four in Brook Jlyn and one in Utica have made nicei contributions to the Irish national fund Ker Father Kenvin rector of Si Marys Cathedral at Galveston evilllj be the orator for the Hibernians St Patricks day celebration at Waco Only one meeting next week bu the one following will be of much interest to nIl members The pro grammes for summer work will then be outlined Milwaukee Hibernians had a fitting celebration of Robert thnmels birth day the feature of which was the able address of Hon J W Kenney ofIndianapolisDivision 111 meet Monday night President Sullivan and Secretary Hession urge all members to attend this session A number of appllca tions will be reported Our Ladles Auxiliary degree team will present a lovely appearance in the new robes they will don soon after Easter The measurement were taken last week Why not arrange a Hibernian re ception for our now Bishop He is a friend of the order This is a matter worthy the attention of the State and county officers It was tipped this week that a surprise was in store for President Con Ford at the meeting of Division 2 last night This column will tell all about it in the next issue Members of Division 4 all gave the glad hand to John Hcnehan when he appeared at the meeting Mondny night John is one of the old guard whose services are always at the dis posal of his division Members are urged to secure their seats for the musicale and lecture on March 20 They are now on sale and never has the order given an enter tainment for a worthier cause or at a more reasonable price The Ladies Auxiliary will leave nothing undone for the euchre and dance they will give after Easter for their relief fund During the past winter this organization has been very generous in Its contributions to charitable causes Members of the order and of the Knights of Columbus Council at Borne N Y paid a joint visit to the bier of tho Rev Father Leo V White in that city last week The young priest was only twentyslx years old but was greatly belovefl by the com munity in which he lived At Syracuse N Y the County Board has Indorsed by unanimous vote the protest in Congress of Rep resentative Michael E Driscoll against the proposed memorial to Commodore John Barry and also started a crusade against ridiculous St Patricks day post cards Jeffersonvllle Hibernians miss genial John B Murphy who is on his way to the Pacific coast Com missioner Murphy will visit theI divisions in all the big Western cities rind the recital of his expert ences will be an interesting feature at local meetings after his return Every Hibernian in Louisville should be in line at St Patricks church on Passion Sunday March 13 when the four divisions and auxiliary will receive holy communion With the right attendance high honor will lie done the patron saint of this grand old order and Catholics in general will be edified with the sight presented I VENERABLE LADY AT REST Tho newspaper fraternity of Louis vllle have extended their sympathy to Col R JV Brown managing editor of the Louisville Times whose yen erable mother died at the home of her son Joseph A Brown at Nash vile Tenn on Thursday evening of last week She had been ill only one week and death resulted from pry sipelas The remains were laid to rest in the family lot at Russellville on Saturday Two sons survive Col R W Brown of Louisville and Joseph A Brown of Nashville Mrs Brown was eightytwo years old and was a native of Allegheny Pa MOTION PICTURES The Casino Princess and Columbia motion picture houses continue their hold upon the public being crowded daily from the start to the closing hour Pictures shown in these houses are not the slide views so much used but are motion pictures taken of the events they illustrate by the famous Pathe Freres BUSY ARCHBISHOP His Grace tie Most Rev Henry Moeller Arohbishtop of Cincinnati expcois to sail from New York for- Borne on April 19 Tram now until then he will be busy making visite tions and confirming classes in sari ous parts of his archdiocese lie will not leave Cincinnati until April 17 CATHOLICS FOR LIBRARY The Catholics of Sacramento Cal here taken steps looking to the es tablishment of s public library BtrhopGrace bas donated 150 sol iane ol Valuable standard works in various departments of literature as a nucleus of tie future collection OLD BOYS CLUB IDANCB The Old Boys Club an organiza thin of trell renown young men hire arranged to give apUiL Ljeder kranz Hall on Monday evening April 4A000 union band well 1Jea ai atweeayfive WIDOVttAfA64Rn Here is a K OM itory that is Tjar tng enjoyed around the Wyandotte C pAmaking a eesnra ter rtoaal ctax assess sL eft the home oi a widow Is Jtown wrrdM in a Y 1 t1j- j j 1 t i When UIffu Iin t i nlll-i ImlII 1 f J IdoubtI I II11 dolttar that youd otherwise waste t Ky Title- Savings II f t t I Bank W and Hf I 11Trust CoHt Place r r r I tUtUOpen daily until until 7 3 p mII f I f MONEY TO LEND p mI t f polite way said Madam I am the personal tx as sessor What have you got Ive got two children and the rheumatism said the widow andl SIlO slammed the door in his face TRINITY COUNCIL Held Quite an Interesting Meeting Last Monday Night Trinity Council held a Well attend ed meeting and it proved to be th most interesting session under th new administration All the officers were present A committee was appointed to arrange for a new side Walk The condition of Val Ramp who was reported ill on January 0 was reported unchanged The House Committee reported that the newI shower baths hail been installed and this announcement was hailed with delightThe special committee appointed ttJJ arrange for on entertainment on March 30 reported progress and announced J J that arrangements had eenJ made for euchre lotto and lancing This entertainment wilt be held bout afternoon and nightIThe Trinity Aid Society reported nI strong financial foundation and that ull obligations were being paid promptly J C Kirchdorfer who is J at the head of the Trinity Aid Society t invited every member of the council to subscribp for stock It pays 4 per cent per annum and the J stock is redeemable on demand The stock can be paid for in installments MAOAUJJ3VS THEATER J John Drew comes to Mncauleys for the first three nights next week with Wednesday matinee when hejj I 1 IELOmDI Dill besee1nhil latent and bee t comedy Inconstant George a play euccesefulhitful sad concern the eniangleraeateI tof V carefree gentleman unable toI decide wtoleh one ofa dozen ladiesI with whom he la in love be preers Mr Drew Willb a portedby hisI blew Tbrk company During eluthalt pi ibe weelc Miss Eliie Bowen in The Love wikhthtI usual Saturday matinee INI9YJJf Cry OMeer T f O JIIWIDIe Marehv 6ieOren be the clnss boY tI1 Friend of a year ago None mew thee bat to love the I1or teamed time towt t o Wlfa and tAm 0 r Li i ktod IRELAND Record ot the float Important of ttbe Recent Events Culled FromexCbanrea Belfrist drains carried nearly 4000000 passengers during January Irho Jate Col C Hnckett df Tip left a personal estate of over Sperary late Cot Richard Irwin of Castlerea left personal estate valued Surgeon Olllordnn liar11Vcterillary Inspector forLlm Capt Stoyte has been unanimously Urban Finnnmater Qnetlittle effect in reducing the MonaghanTheelected Dr Michael Burke medical of ricer for the local dispensary 3ia trlst Isri sixtyfour of which he spent in the ministry rDr Nicholas Donnelly of Oniagh was the unanimous choice for house surgeon of the Fermanagh County Hospital At a meeting of the Tuum Tow Commisloners James McDonnell wa for the twelfth consecutive time elected Chairman of the board IlOle Enniskillen Urban Council de lined to rent the Town Hall for the purpose of converting a portion o the premises into a roller slcatI u rinkAmong a wide circle of friends the death of Rev William B Manahan of Cootehill was learned with pro elghtJfirstThe donut of Thomas Murphy one of the oldest and most respected Inhabitants of Coleraine is regretted by a wide circle Of friends through Out Derry MarysClonmel I Ballynacarby as administrator and is succeeded toy Rev Father Murphy of Tallow proprietorevacancy In the South Center ward in the Cork Corporation caused by the death of his father The premises of James McClean at Killylea County Armagh were re cently visited by fire entailing serious loss of property upon which there was no insurance- In the Catholic church at Gargue managli County Carlow the wedding took place of Eugene Doyle and Miss Wzzie Nolan both of whom are highly respected in the district The vacancy in the West word Aldermanship in Cork Corporation caused by the death of Alderman Cave was filled by the election of T Stack who defeated two candidates General regret was expressed in Drogheda on announcement of the death of Mrs Jane Tighe wife of Christopher Tighe well known in business circles in Drogheda and DublinThe Galway Urban Council has entered a strong protest against the payment of 5500 by the city for 3tra police for which there was no nnytlmcAddressing the grand jury at Long ford Quarter Sessions Judge Curran said there were only two small cases to go before them mid as regards ordinary crime the state of the county was most satisfactory Carrlckfergus Urban Council with only four Catholic members unan imously elected Walter Carruth J Patterson to the offices of Chairman and Vice Chairman presmtCathollc ACTRESS MARRIES MILL IONAIRE societycirclesMiss Eleanor Ro son the actress tqi11lonnireSheand he confessed to fiftyseven Th ceremony was performed at the Home of the bride with the Rightt Rev Monsignor Luvelle of St Pat ricks Cathedral officiating and being assisted by Father Brynes Miss Robson that was and Mrs Belmont that Is is a Catholic Mr Belmont i- an s Episcopalian Mr and Mrs Del mont are now touring the South r but will sail for Europe on March 1- 2HOIKINS THEATER The Hopkins programme for next week promises to be another fin drawing card as a number of excellent and entirely new views willI be given their first exhibition here Besides the corneal features the il lustrated songs will be new and of a high order- ABOHBISHOPS RESIDENCE SOLI The archeplscopal rresidence at Cincinnati has been sold for 7250 and Archbishop Moeller will vacate the building and remove to his net r arcnepiscopal palace about April 10 In the old building Archbishop Elder died and since his succession Archbishop Moeller has used it as Ida res- Idence UAIT WALL IMPROVB6 lJeIflIYnutIweek for Martlneyllle hit HU fern MWmIt fully restored to health wiln V few days 9eTo isake one doses popovers use teaspooninIi yolklir AcldaTaJitaJl1 to ItlfflTIIMtwell rma ed sad very hot Bake iin s moderate oven twentyone mlaaten eMrtlj a Tbl it the reedl ofltob poperrer C sfwkn FRANK FEHR NCORPORArED BREWING GO I Brewers and Bottlers o KYrOUR BREWsIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN nBREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED 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Here tdad the coatpkta and oCII Wino Ugaoss- and Cigars ii- alt In tte city A full stuck of goods required Umfly BM Ii rrPlwG + 52165c J IBctwcc tosecure HH THEM A TRIAL MULLOYS Coffees and have d satisfaction anti friends for GRADE for for 45c COFFEE gI ROASTER W STREET o I SOAP II r West Main street entirely our with your will carry PROP s 4 4- t NOT I DISTANCE i y J 1 1 p Standard C 1 H Ireland any a MONON ROUTE i tBETWEENt LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO 1 BEST LINE TOcFrench Lick and SpriigsyUNION LOUISVILLE lDKAROORNSTAT ff n CHICAGOD 1149 cad PaylKI Q+t+r irNwl D 6 Ii t311CON P A N W Cur Foarth btfk t alp IotdeeNM i READINGS From Shakespeare and Dnnto That Were ot Unusual Merit Nuns and Pupils oiSt Gather Ices Academy Enjoyed Trent Girls Ilepny Lecturer With a Pleasing Musical Pro gramme MANY CHARACTERS PORTRAYE- In I the auditorium of St Catherine Academy nt Springfield Ky on Feb1 ruary 10 and 20 the Dominican Sis tern and their pupils had the prlv eege of spending several pfcasun- S t hours with Shakespeare and Dante a they were interpreted by C K1 Griffith The eloquence of the raider made n distinct Impression on all HQ made both Sisters and pupils feel the various emotions of the characters he was portraying nnd figuratively brought to life the men md women created by Shakespeare and Dante Jlr Griffiths first Interpretatl- cats that of Itamltt the inelI unchorly Prince WHR this Danis- noble I he mused reasoned soul quized and wailed for his terribl- revenge d Macbeth came next an the render graphically recited the story of that Scottish Thnne whose wifes ambition caused him to commit I so many murders How clearly did he depict Lady Macbeth in the somnambulistic scene as she rubbed her hands trying to wash off the stains of blood and crying out that the multitudinous seas incarnadine would not make then white 111 appreciated too Mr Griffithsi wonderful rendition of passages from Dantes Inferno He groaned with the lost in hmles sung with the hopeful in purgatory and praised wlth the triumphant in heaven 1fr Griffith also lectured on Liter tur cud Art This feature Was soundI interesting and instructive lIe tot his auditors that in trIO field of hit- S t erature there was much that i poisonous and nt the same time much that was good Literature Jis like a gardenweeds spring up with the flowers The weeds must be removed to make the flowers appear becomingly Literature wild Mr Griffith must be interpreted accord ing to the standard of one Ideal and that ideal Is our Lord and Savfon- Jesus Christ On the evening of February 20 the pupils of the academy expressed their gratitude to Mr Griffith by en tertnining him with n musical nnd literary programme T5ie orcliestr- of young lady pupils opened the evening with a selected overture This was followed by a chorus How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings Miss GI Itnndall gave a piano solo Miss 11 llarber a vocal solo and Miss A Iriither n cornet solo To ttte Evening Star was rendered by CuriBarber followed with n vocal solo Miss M Mill kmey came next iwith the presentation of a pennant to Mrt Griffith and the presentation nil dress was made by Miss K Talbott The evening closed with the grandl chorus MyI Old Kentucky Home St Catherine of Siennas is one of thu oldest educational institutions In Kentucky It has nurtured and cdu anted many of the best Women of this and of ninny other States Tltat part of Louisville known as Limerick Iras furnished the Dominican comnm duughSortersr I Superior Sister Mary Aquin was a Limerick girl She was known in th world as Miss Johanna Halloran mother member of the community who is dear to many Louisville peo Tile is the venerable Sister Ann She IbU lIt the boys and girls ot St t Louis llertromls parish more than forty yeIVs ago Sin seems us alert now ns she was in the early days- ruilall t wish her ninny more years o f Usefulness and grace DHATH 0V MILS VAN DA GH1PT The funeral of Mrs Victoria Van Da Graft widow of John Van Pa Orrift who diet at the family res onIhuraalayplace from St Charles Borromeos church on Saturday The high mass I of requiem was celebrated by the Ilev father Charles P Iteffo who also paid a touching triubte to the life of the deceased One son sur wives her William J Van Da Grift CompanyMrst inLouisvilleThedeceased 11JIlI bore her sufferings with Christian fortitude Her Ion has the ympi thy of many friends in his bereave ment COAL Fmai INCORPORATESS LannlngConlCfll1tpI1 Wednesday with a of 10000 Thq increase nbusiness de manded the incorporation Messrs invileMagnolia avtmie for several years Joseph1DQulrlu TheotficeraTo+eph Doughertv President Ivr- etdt Canning Vice President and 3annecttryTlaiesale ends retail business ITT BtGOOXBS ARBITRATOR 1 The Ifjsv lyrtker IiIKIr IYI DJ T pwfeMor of uooiology wt the Catli 1t olio Uolverity WmSUugton D C tine been ohoeen M the third arbi = bawl in tile ooatrov Mjr between the Baltimore z Ohio and th- J flit y SOCIETY1 DIRECTORYjjJ A O lID- IVISION S Meets at Pals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Holler SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C 7 Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording SecretaryTlra J Stone Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJoseph Lynch ilfurDSentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresIdentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Stevens Financial Secretary John G lIes sion Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stevens DIVISION 4 Mondaysnt StreetIPresdcatJohn U Ilennessy lmVice President Thomas Lynch JdAssistant Financial Secretary D J nellly Recording Secretary John J WinnlrensurcrI1arry Brady CatlagbanOutside Sentinel Michael McDer motto DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIULE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at lfaul Hall President J O Cole MurpbyUecordlng Dice IrodyFinancial JrdColltFlaherty Inside Sentinel J Flaherty Y I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 South Twentyslxth PresidentJahn T Kenney LrSecond Vice President Sherley Jnnlff Recording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWilliama Financial Secretary Frank G domsJreasurcrDan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart rospccthetelegllptlbetter wages and shorter hours The other arbitrators are George II Grace Assistant to the General Man nger of the Illinois Central railroad oflFattier Kirby was chosen as the third arbitrator by Chairman Knapp of the Interstate Commerce Commie lion and Dr Charles P Nelll Com mIssioner of Labor Both sides are certnin to receive n square deal fnom Father Kirby The arbitrators willl probably meet in Cincinnati FACTS ABOUT MARCH tiedet icated to St Joseph March 17 is Staa tricks day nod March 10 is St Josephs day Marcia 13 Is Pas slon Sunday March 20 is Palm Sun day M aroli 25 is Good Friday and March 27 is Easter Sunday Al though the church grunts its chill dren from the first Sunday in Lent until Trinity Sunday to make their I aster duty It is well to take advantage of the season nnd approach the holy sacrament of the altar nt Easter time MASONIC THEATER Viola Allen in The White Sister by F Marlon Crawford in whIchshe has made a phenomenal success this season comes to the Masonic Thea v u H r TT VIOLA ALLENtter for athree ilaya engagement commencing March 10 wIth Saturn day matinee Supporting the star are William Farnuiri a brother of ONeillof r1G1r1r1J IimpreudaahatWartn a fortiyn country Heturn up alive horeeverand then begin fa fight between low mead devotion tom taM ek11D i e A 5 ii JDIVfRG NT I Methods Pursued by Pntillsts nnd Methodists in Con voralons Pope Plus X Puts Finishing Touches to n Stale Controversy Catholic Missionaries at Pnlvs to Abstain F olD Dentin elation PRESENT DAGTIINE EARNESTLY There is a widely divergent method between the 1aull1s work in Amer ica and that of the Methodists in Italy The Holy Father has happily set at rest all controversy on this point In his now famous letter in which he commends the Apostolic Mission House and its methods he says Then again it pleases us that the missionaries show no bitterness in their preaching and their only purpose is a true and complete expo sition of Catholic doctrine which method more easily opens the door of the true faith to nonCatholics For great is the power of truth and nothing more is required to make men love it tuna to know it in timately One of the Methodist Bishops has comparIngMethodists were doing in the city of tome what the Paulists by their lolngInThe methods of the two differ as night differs from day In the mis sion work for nonCatholics the sentiment that doiittnates is We leave all other churches alone We prove our own The word of de nunciation for other churches is strictly forbidden The note of an rellglousbeliefstrictly is this principle affirmed that missionaries who have been given to tills method have been de barred from tIle movement If the Paulists or any other mis sionaries should attempt to use bribery to lure the convert into the fold just to show up numbers they would deserve and receive the con demnation of the authorities If any attempts were mantle even to mint noire doctrines or to present the church in a guise other than she is much more if 1lying hypocrisy were resorted tothe whole movement would bo put under the bun But the contrary Is just the case When the missionaries associated with the Apostolic Mission louse come into a town they announce the mission in n dignified manner They extend In vitations to the nonCatholics to be the guests of tine Catholics in their publiely droppedintothat there will be no abuse and no controversyThey to the audience nn attractive exposition of Catholic teaching and if they who are convinced of the truth of the church ask to be received into time church it is only done after due deliberation nnd when assurance of upright motives is given Even then the wouldbe con verts ore held off until they learn fullythetaking The distinction between the two systems Is just the difference be tween the dignified physician who never advertises and the quack doc tor who forces his nostrum on one bymisrepresentationsConvert avocation and time greatest men in the world like St Paul were the greatest convert makers but n great bytheI out BELOVED MATROX DEAD The funeral of Mrs Theresa Dovneltac who died at the residence leeqnnlrFriday afternoon of lust week took place from St Columbus church on Monday morning and was well attended by her large circle of ac quaintances She hud been ill six weeps and her death was not unex pected The deceased was the widow of Thomas Doeneku of Jef daughterJlrsby four brothers Andrew DoeJieka of Jeffersonvllle George Doenekn- of Ciimden Arkand Louis and IouisvilleMrsDoenekn I I lug traits and her family has the Sympathy of a wide circle of friends INJIEIJDUNnEQD EO Next week will witness the fins- roundup of the entire Louisville baseball team and a chance for tin- fans to get busy comparing the line up with that of last season Righ- how t the Colonels mare the best outfield in the association and ere wellI backstopsbut I be n stumbling block nothing de chive having been arrived at in the matter of first and second base If Del Howard would come to terms the matter could be Solved by using the following Howard first base Neal amlSullivanSoffelCallahan r th e team jut pony PRIESZNT FOR POPK Pop Iiue Xll1u received in private audience the learned Yutle pFMeartdiquak4Fvarngr ThltIJtrumtinprpmching earthquake and Is1 ba tA on the thNrythattery displace precededbyI q- Y ai n n iCjf + BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAr WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna IDistiller Fairfield Ky 4 JJ Mgr fMII GEHER SON WEST MARKET STREET 8811 TUB CBIBBRATBD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The 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