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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u U p f 2i 1 IU I j j QQ I I uI t G ri KENTUCKY IRIsH AMERICAN MARCH 12 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTSI VOLUME XXIV NO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY ERINS AIRS a Will Sooth and Smooth the L Trails ot Irisho Hearts v i I fi XtcUglous Celebration ot St I1trIck8Day Will Occur Tomorrow dVf lUtl lcRIAJUI Lecture Will Fol c jow at Macauloys a Week a Laterul t JiJjiiitEofnOHERTY WILL SPEAK The Louisville members of the 1Anc1entnil friends of the Irish cause to join them in their Mo celebrations of St Patricks daytlle religious cele 1 bration tomorrow and the social celebration a week from tomorrow Tut religious celebration will be held at St Patricks church tomorrow morning when nil the members of the four divisions and of the Ladles Auxiliary will approach holy commu nion I The Very Rev Father James P M Cronin will celebrate the mass and lpreachan appropriate panegyric of Irelands apostle The Hibernians will have no celebration on Thursday March 17 but expect a crowded house on Palm Sunday night when the social observance will be held It Will be In the nature of a musicale and lecture Attorney Thomas Wnlsh President of Division 1 will preside ns Chairman during the oven U ing The County Board with the as sistance of State President George JkButler has arranged the following programmeJIntroductory Walsh 3 Soprano solo airs T Al Barrett Soprano solo Miss Effle McDon aid Tenor solonoIf Edelen Bass soloDavid J Maloney Monologue John J Flynn Vocal qunrtett Miss Effle McSDonald soprano Miss Imelda Shea contralto John J Flynn tenor and David J Malone- yLectureJurge Matt ODoherty The musicale will be one treat and the lecture ot Judge ODoherty will be another treat Judge ODoherty i visited Ireland and England lost summer andunadeiajicIflaSjStUdy of pGreata message to deliver from our Irish friends at homo regarding the pres ent Crisis and he proposes to deliver j it Judge ODohorty is always interesting and more particularly so pThomast President of Division 1 A 0 H nnd has been for years a leading light Ci at the Louisville bar Mrs Fred Harig Jr who is to be the ncoompaiist and pianist is one of the most accomplished musicians in Louisville Sho is u native of Dublin Ireland nUll was thoroughly trained in music before she came togAmerica Mrs Hn Ig knows the mussic of Erin and knows bow it should be interpreted whether it trails from the region of the Boyne boasts of j Shandons bells Kerry dances or a lingers in loving memory over 4Ineer can forget the girl I metrIn bitmJosephine Hoertz is one of the most popular soprano soloists Louisville has ever had She has never tailed j the Irish when she was called on j Tills year she wlJJ sing something thai will be appreciated David J Maloney is a popular Lass soloist CI and Ms work is ahyuys appreciated Miss Shea Tohn J Flynn mill Miss McDonald are alt well known entertainers and their best efforts will be put forward at the St Pat ricks day entertainment Tickets will be sold at twentyfive 9 ntsnDd ithirtyfive cents These tickets are on sale with John M Mulloy 212 West Market street Dr Thomas J Keaneys drug store I Sixth and Oak streets ThomasJ Keenans 1225 West Market street J I and at D J Colemans 1653 Portland 1 i- favenueProf Dennis Collins and his or ijJ melodies during the evening nnd the Executive Committee has ordered 1l P nothjhg but Irish melodiesI with n preference for the Tom Moore brand NBW ALBANY nESTDBNT DEAD h Michael j Goulding one of the oldest and most esteemed reSidents of New Albany died nt his home 505 I Yest rket street on Month norn1ng and his funeral which took place fraij Holy Trinity church bn IVednesd yIniornipg was eMendedj I by joaay o4 aud sprrpwiag friends Hr Goulding was a native of Ireland l but had lived in New Abnyflfty- y ar Two onsJane6 and John O mldlBg well Knpwn coal nier tlrsurve 1dm 4 c r 0 0 A1TAOK PDKAJN1BVJIR 0- a I J0ary B Osterman K pooult 1mno forn eriy of this city Ht C seriPniy Ulof braiti sever ai Si JoiMh ospltalv J xln ton Kp atenuau bIon o welt nOw 0 tboHo family of toni vlle ands ta a brother of Guy and Tijfip Qaierinani He Went tp Lexingllpn blmta ao es nwinafrcr fth cigar bnsit ness of Hutnler Nplw at 4fc S Phoenix Hotel made friends VtAp idly and s highly regarded in the muegtmM cMftUl Mr and MraL Guy Ostermanud little daugMerI e hnve gone to Lexington to tare for the sick man While his illness is of serious nature his ultimate recov ery Is expected Mr Osterman mar ried Miss Lods of this city and she too is at her husbands bedside DELEGATES CIlOSENC C State CpuncIlsSelectTheir r BestMen For Hard Work I Arrangements for the Supreme nvcntlon of tire Catholic nights of America which Is to be held at IompleieLcities Nashville Clubs are being organized Louisville expects to send large delegation Including its two- niform rank companies The delegates from Kentucky to the Supreme body are Harry Veeneman of Louts ville and Thomas M Qleeson of 1 Govlngton The delegates from the various States thus far announced nre Alabama 4E G Droopeli Arkansas William Bauer Joseph 1 De ClerknOolorodoRev IlowlettJCalifornia Daniel FergusonpDistrict of lcpcttltt Eversmbnn Indiana John M Fiinke F WIs nlcwskl W IowaL II Kuntz Kentucky Harry Veeneman Thomas M Gleeson J- uLouisiaiiaJ J McLoughlin Dr Q Menvllle Massachusetts CJhnrles H Finn ofMississlrphTnmes Henry Siemersj Nebraska Very Rev Joseph Rues fug LNewJohn ITallihanfOhio J Dermody omerfOregonnev PennsylvaniaThomas McComis ey Rhode William EarlyIames Mulle- nTennesseeJohn N Selle Texas Ber P J Clancy K JKlvlln VERSATILE POETJb EWE q Keys E During the ast few years the ex w change editors have L borrowed a begged or stolen the verse of yl A Daly Mid the readers of th various apers have enjoyed everything rom his pen yet fey know anything of the personality of the poet t- Ills name in full is Tljornas tAugustine Daly the son of John Anthony Daly and Annnio Victoria s Duckctt He was born in PhUadel hia May 28 1871 After attending parochial schools in the Quaker City he passed through Villanovn hDOGtAmericanMr Duly is 4 member of the I Knights of Columbus the Pen and Pencil Club nnd the Poor Richard Glub of Philadelphia It has been iven t0 few vrirt6rs of verse tO- how such versatility as thisotlngulshes his work and still tower to be so uniformly entertaining and j herein shines forth lIb inheritance aslson of the Gael the truly humallItouch of nature for the pulse eal feeling whether the inspiration J e grave or gay What he has al- eady written whets the desire for more and happily he is at an age when there is every assurance of further proofs of the produotivity ofthis entcittainlng pen RIGHT MOVE i j Postmaster In New York Has Splendid Idea More Postmasters like Mr Morgan of New York would be of great benefit to the world A sympathetic 1 crusade against tIle silly postal cards 1 being waged by the authorities in several of the larger clUes of thejj United States according to au1nouucement by Postmaster Morgan- eplyIiig to a committee from the Ancient Order of Hibernians JchI otjgedA protest against the sandint k of offensive St l tricks day post 1u cards Mr rorgansaldtt 1o People noayas Well Understand that it is only 6 waste of tiifee and money to try to indulge in the send ing of silly postal cards through the United States mails Any card or other matter that is vulgar or an ig suit to any person or race will be destroyed whenever tt reaebes this llficerThis office hs destroyed thousauds of them already this season Hundreds of thousands were destroyed last yeJtn IIO FQR WINONA Front Ban eooMHi tthe pews that the VtrrX rj Wf Mef froa has been afnt tate i 1tloflWtnoaaM4o tJr some 1II4 ptPaberli- effroA bi beea ot1l pro fMCorv R8PhIt rln JQ u NI rY ineidewt to the celrtrration df 8t r riqkdyin 3few ypr XXty the Sixtyninth BegiMeni pnparaC1- L L before mail at the Catihedrali lJii theI morning In the fterno iftiWill take tpart in the street pr de of allL the Irish societies of the great metropolis la the evening the regiment will bold a concert and ball inI ttAt armory DEMOCRACY I J I d- Ocs I Its Origin nAn10r lea a Child ot thei People tor Andrew Jackson Lawyer Sol dier Statesman and Great 1 President I ron Will and Indomitable Courage Overcame All I Obstablew WAS SON OF PILGRIM PARENTS Democracy that is American Democracy owes its origin and its ame to an IrishAmerican Andrew The orphan of an Irish ilgrim he soured the seed that ould strengthen the American nnI lon With his heroic character he I molded the path of duty and left a name as imperishable ns the republic gincats of one of the Carolinas there vas born a child of an Irish emi grant one of the rarest souls in the annals of American history Ills name was Andrew Jackson At that ime America was nothing but a ody of dependent olonlstS scarcely two million in number along an Immense coast with no army navy or unkm Eng was attempting to control America with the aid of military rce Jackson grew up In the midstc of the conflict with England and thocgreat political truth thnt reached his heart was that all men re born free and equal and from lls minds eye he could gleam his countrys independence Valor Wds a natural trait with himc for at fourteen he shouldered his musket and marched to the front Ills father had passed oiway the- evolutlon sw pt his two young f- rothers into eternity and grief sent Ms mother to the grave When t alone SIdndredualities that nature had bestowed upon himrAmerica was emancipated from hhichj constitution the grand event in history IVBien the republ was formed this youth with a heroism that braved all dangers filled with hgpe for the future went forth to hayhestitute a free State Many hardy Monssame course They had the spirit of freedom if they lacked the dead letter erudition They had the fly ing ideas of the age and made their ome in tIle wilderness At this European society was being to pieces and a scene was beMing enacted in Tennessee whore children of the wilds were to rear aIstructure of government for the peaceful abode of American freemen Foremost among the bravo sons f Tennessee was Andrew Jackson modest bold determined demand ing nothing for himself and shrink appraTedIn twentyfive days the people of Tennessee erected a fabric of government which in its essential form l was to last for all time These men were confident of truth loved hu man1t hud faith and reverence In he simplicity of wisdom they constructed A a government acting under l Influences of which they were not conscious They embodied their faith in God and in the immortal nnturit of man They gave the right of suffrage to every freeman They declared for freedom of speech and l of the press They set forth that 1 nil might worship God according to conscience Freedom and equality of elections was demanded They de j eared that every legislator should 1 take solemn oath never to do any 1 thing that would lessen the rights of the people In this constitution they set forth sublime truths and the foremost among their lawgivers was that genius Andrew Jackson They sent him to Washington as their Bepresentative and later to the Sen ate He was then scarcely more than I thirty years of age lIe had risen h high In the counsels of the nation nntl became the friend and corn natrion of Jefferson Jackson had confidence in human- Ity sa his votes and opinions snowed TIM child of the woodland was always firm OR the side of libv crty He never doubted the rightof man to the tree development of hist powers He did not think the pep- p1q needed a guardianl over them And to make popular institutions endure he did riot think it necessary to have any authority outside pf the popular will Ha was attached to tho doctrine of popular power ate4lthe policy that favored it Jackson was elected Major General of the mUitia of Tennessee ho re fned hula ptace in the United StateS Senate io become a Judge OR ih 9 benehof te Supreme Court of his stt and lifer became Prerfdent pf Jfc UnIted Statef With great natural powers tand the character lejies of the baolewoodgmmin Jackson iwijif rieVeE modeet Ife tad a wilt pf r lroailll never bta kfr9a1 any duty whether t1it reqnined plyBicwl or erLI thEI repubUo Hew organized life I Vll jiartt of the body poHtkjtbe na tion with ita power the State wltlI it government and the town with I ita rule He knew that oar Govern ment was like organized life In every part of the hutaap ayftteon each organ performing lIts Own function one not overlapping the other lIe saw that harmony and prosperity would come if cacti part performed ts own function 1VORTIIyVQlIEN Chosen as Offleers and as Chairmen by Catho lic Club The Catholic oLns Club hold its annual election of officers on Monday The new officers are Miss Maggie Judge President Mrs Charles Smith First Vice President Mrs Minnie Beadle Second Vice President Mrs D F Murphy Third Vice President Mrs Mary Cross Recording Secretary Mrs Katie Tewmnn Corresponding Secretary Mrs B D Mattingly Treasurer Tho heads of the new committees are Mrs D F Murphy Membership Mrs Ella Netherolnd Lunch Miss Katie Collins Library f Mrs Emma Ropke Entertainment Mes dames Minnie Bosche John Buscho meyer Edward OConnor and Missps Molllo and Katie Cummins Class t Committee Mrs B J Jansen and 1 Mrs Mary Cross House IMiss Maggie Judge has been Presi dent of the club since Its inception Sho has given her time and money to make Jt successful nd her reelection was a foregone conclusion BE COUllTEOUS s When the Census En timer ator Visits Your- s HomerI On April 15 the work of taking the- ensus of the United States and her in Hawaii the Philippine Islands and Porto Rico will begin Tnls census is taken every ten years and is for the purpose of obtaining i statistical information concerning the population and resources of the It is the duty of every cltlzen to answer all questions dn the census i schedules applying to him and thes to which he belongs The purpose of these Inquiries Is Io j secure statistical information rett- arding the population and resources t f the country Every man and t woman ought to take pleasure in A- eplying to the questions propound ed by the census enumerators A enry penalty iviU be Imposed upon 9UesItlonsschedule t l f EECENPDEATIIS I r The funeral of Lawrence Ryan i who died at the home of his sister I rs J J Connelly 13Q North Fourth street on Saturday afternoon took place from the Cathedral on Monday morning The deceased was onlyIC eighteen years old tout leaves I friends to mourn his loss p John T McGrath son of Mr and rs Thomas McGrath died at the ifnuvily residence 2700 Fourth avenue on Tuesday evening and his funeral took place from Holy Name church on Friday morning The youngLman was liked by all who and lila parents have the sympathyt of many friends The funeral of Mrs Thomas DoyleI5 who died at the family residence 1034 Ash street on Saturday morning took place from St Elizabeths church on Monday morning and waslI attended by many old friends fore her marriage she was Miss Idad l Klnbcrger The deceased was loved by a large circle of friends h Many mourning friends of Mrs Hannah Scanlon who died at thethome of Mrs Elizabeth Barnes i East Broadway last Saturday morn ing attended her funeral which tookI place from St Patricks church on Monday She was a native of Hardin county and the widow of John Scant J on Last July while decorating 1 husbands grae in St Louis comettery she tripped nnd fell sustaining j a broken hip Although given evpry atteh ion her age sixtyseven years was against her and she lingered InhJ suffering many months but bore with Christian patienceII The uneral of Edward MoEllIott O retired grpcer who died at his J home 1135 South Brook street took place from St Iichaels church onJJ Tuesday morning Many old friends of the family Attended the requiem mass The deceased was fiftyfive years old and was a native of Ire land He settled In Louisville forty years ago and lived here the re mailndcr of Ws lIft Death resulted from paralysis H is survived by a daughter Miss 4ary McEllIott and three sons Deputy Janet Jerry Mc Elrtlott antI Jam f amid John Me Elliott 1LgMEI1IEfl PIlUeIti ilIItTJtltY The IJev JiaUwr Francis ehten- ceThbrated the 1kistyghith anai veriwry of his birthday on Jfvch 8 lie lied not infena d to have a cele brutlon bl jnariy pf life rietMte tailedl to congiatnIste hint and to wish hliaroany more ytar of aWe sernce They aUp r6uM gifts to now their appreciation 61 hIs friend4 lp One tlst he values highly J4I a t ndsp ie gold watch charm embleinatic of the KnlgM of CohuirtiuB Amopy other gift were a pair At gold cuff bottoiw 6rt itujntad with diamonds A sUk urn brvSUo handkercbi f and oihec utse ful articles Father Jeltei bdone Vi work tqring the eleven year tbthe ha been pastor or St Augustines ohnrob out his labor are being appneJatedr REDMOMD Holds Whip Hand and Will Force Jjlheral Government3n toYlold j Homo If ulc For Ireland Seems Certain Now Unless All Signs Fall IjloydOWrge in the BroAch When Asiiitith Feir Down TRUCE UNTIL AFTER EASTER I John 12 Bcdmonds bold stand I tt against the propositions of Premier 1 Asquith was not only beneficial to J the cause of home rule for Ireland but it caused LloydGeorge the I Chancellor and author of the bud get to jump into the breach and save at least temporarily the Gov ernment from dissolution T P I OConnor M P one of llcdmond3 J ablest lieutenants says Asquiths proposals were nfl t right and his speech though not free of his characteristic faults was satisfactory The Premier has now announced the almost complete uponMID a and steadily resisted by Asquith and ome of his Colleagues Instead of o- ushiing the budget to the front inviting an immediate disastrous collision with the Irish party the Premier weakened at the last moment and announced that the veto power of the House of Lords would be given first consideration lIe also stated that resolutions would be given first consideration He aluo stated that resolutions would b6 proposed in both the Houses of Commons and Lords that guarantees Would be asked from time King and if refused the Ministry would re signMr nclniowledging l he Irish demands pointed out cer Lhatto take the time of the House dependent on satisfactory answers l to the questions LloydGeorge at this juncture made an im passioned speech which saved the plainerhanAsqulth that the Government vould propose and press forward the vetb resolutions in both houses would ask fdr guarantees without delay and would resign if the guarantees were refused According to nil accounts Balfour the lender of the opposition funked One reason snysit ill because he was 111 but the general impression pre 1telpdeteatlie would be called upon to form a new Cabinet This disinclination to take office by Balfour was aggravtted at the moment by the the vastness of the deficit created by he rejection of tho budget by thebords and time accumulation of Unf protecionist proposIngIsk strongly opposedll The final result of the eventful session of Monday night of last week that neither the Tories filabj and it was curried without 1 Ireland III the meantime I watches with exuberant delight the 1 commanding position of her leader 1mpclolal1Parliament triumph in forcing the Irish tactics on the British Ministry Meetings re held in oil parts oj Ireland to pledge confidence In BedrJqnd and subscrIptions are pouring in from rish populations from all parts of Ime world Time Irish members still adhere to tIle policy of veto before the budget and reasoningIfagain sending the budget up to the ouse of Lords are you not begin ning by a surrender For of course if these gentlemen had the power to reject last year they will have thetpower to reject this year as well Oi but they wont reject the bud get say a good many pdopte Possibly not but how do you know rejectthoquest1qn understanding of theque8iion a fatal evasion of the issue For by sending up your budget to them you admit their power to accept or re ject and whether they do one thing or the other does not give back to youhayction the verdict that they have BO right to reject the budget Jt is dn i the contrary restoring to the House of Lords the power nvhlch the nation Commanded yoU never to allow to them again dangerthehas ben avoided Time ifwee wkteh will gjte a breathing spell to TarUa merit M tij after Easter is veleomee 1iittrtic comailtted to a single olamibef policy deeplteo Me contrary opinion of several m nib of the Cabiwpt The diaienjEen Objectlow have benBileiwsed for time present fit all eveu iby the iliff pr death ratS pi the IrIsh and riaIcRlallICz In the imeantime the Unionists nl bring forward at ihe earliest mo wept a genuine scheme for the ro I I m construction of the Lords and the majority of the Peers earnestly hope that BoscberyV plan which he will introduce on March 14 will be Huch that the Unionists will be able to give it whole hearted support Noth ing is knowd of any of its details but it is assumed it will provide at least a scmldemoQratic house wherein none will be entitled to sit by hereditary claim alone Itia expected that there will be some provision for life Peers and about half of the members will be orbJthecouncils their membership to con tinue say twelve year- sLAETAJtE MEDAL This Year Will Be Present ed to Dr Maurice Egan The Lautare medal the highest decoration of honor for a lay mron tier of the Roman Catholic church iIn presentedhis3gau the American Minister to Denmark The medal Is a decoration presented by the ecclesiastical anti orities of Notre Dame University and is conferred upon a man or a woman who has achieved distinction philanThropy distinction for distinguished services to Catholic literature and education Dr Egan first entered the United States diplomatic service in lOOT when he was appointed Minister to Denmark For twenty years prior to thnt time he had been engaged as professor of literature and hal published several important works n literary criticism ire has also won fame an a novelist and poet It was on account of the wholesome and elevating character of his works that he was selected by Notre Dame to be the recipient of the LaeWrf medal- Thelmcdal takes its name from the title given the fourth Sunday of Lent time day when the announce ment of the award Is alsvays made It corresponds to the decoration of the Golden nose which is confcrrel by the Pope every year on some member of the nobility of Europe The medal js a large disk of gold richly enameled and bearing in relict some design sultea to the pro fession of the recipient A motto In atin Truth Is Mighty and Shall rvnil appears in black enamel surrounding the design Accompany ing the medal is an address of award painted on silk The Laetaf medal was first given In 1803 It then was conferred on the historian John Gilmary Shea TALL CAKDIN r I Will Rapresent Pope at the EUcharistic Congress According to press dispatches from Rome it is announced that Cardinal Vlncenzo VaunntelH has been appointed as special legate of the Vat ean to the Eucharistic Congress which is to meet at Montreal thia ear The Eucharistic Congress will e held in September and both be ore anti after the meeting Cardinal Vnunutelll will visit a number of the principal cities in the United State In Rome Cardinal Vannutelli is nown as the Irish Cardinal because he shows such a preference for Irish priests and students He is the tall est of all the Cardinals stands six eet three inches and is built in pro portion without any undue avoirdu pois There is n tradition in Borne that the Cardinal is descended from nn exiled Irish patriot whose name was Daniel I l1yThe Italians could not pronounce the name but made it Vannutelli If he Iis not Irish he has all time Irish characteristics MOKE ROOM Unity Council Plans An Addition to Clubj k House Unity Council Y M I of New Albany is preparing to erect an ad dition to its present club house and to that end will give a mammoth euchre in St Josephs Hall oil Easter Tuesday March 29 add Mil arranged to give a series of dances at Mae nerchPr Ifall during April and May The committee in charge is made up of John J Stumler Prank Huhleln John Pontrich Cprnejius McBarron and George Bettman President Fred Kelsz believes and hU colleagues agree with him that Catholicity would be materially benefited by the erection of a clubhouse or home for Catholics in every community1 Unity Council llasA handsome home but it is aot large enough to fit the needsoft1at growing council It ila proposed to have a library gymnasium and bath rooms In thfe new addltloB m mrNtii HQNOIt mBRl One notable feature of thin celebra tion of Robert Emmet bythe Irish of feW Yprk City pit last Sunday evening vS the presence pf the Ignited German Singing oeIetlei 809 strong IJ They sang Irish melodies and folk song Ojie of the ills tinguUlhed guest was Count Jpbann nelnrach von Bernatorf f the Ocr man Anibasjijklpi at WashlBgtoiii Judge OSnlHva presided and Surrogate Oohalan delivered the principalI address The irIsh muaicai nuiubeTs were excellent o L SOUND WORDS supreme President Mnbnn to the Hank and File oTttlo 1 YM r l J Admonishes Qouncis and Mem hers to Strive For Better 1 Things Suggests Chapel Car and Hon It Might Be Secured atS Once REFERS TO CONSOLIDATION IDEA TiE Mahnn Supreme President of the Young Mcns Institute and a resident of Eureka Cal has ad dressed a general letter to the sub ordinate officers and members of the order Mr Mahan praises the order for what it has done In the past but admonishes the membersfjnot to stand still Progress is the watchword he says In order to make progress the order must show 0 strength it must hove Meal princi 1Cnvingthcsel o praetleeenforce them lIe points out that the Y M I Is a society of Catholics banded together for mutual aid and benevolence thct the members are bound to lie all they can for the moral social and intellectual benefit of each other Supreme President Mahnn then quotes tile encyclical of Pope Leo XIII as follows We should study our duty as Catholic men we should work together for a common purpose wo should according to our capacity earnestly study Christian doctrine and fill Tour minds ns well as We may with the knowledge of those truths which contain religion and can be investigated reason alone And having done this we should ns often as occasion demands or presents itself impart to others proless either to instruct or confirm Ute faithful or to curb tho scoffing offunbelievers Each one should strive propagnteCllristL111 Supreme President Mahan also ad monishes the members of the order to devote at least one mooting In each month to the sttidy of Catholic and educational matters and to live ourlScousCntlrolimonishes them to advertise He de dares tlrat it is time for members project something that will cause It to merit tIle esteem confidence and well wishes of time public something In v1rich every member of the order would be interested Ho suggests that the Y M I pur chase a chapel oar similar to that cot time Catholic Church Extension Society He suggests that each council recommend that an assess meat for time purpose be levied upon each member and thai all who are disposed be given the opportunity toFmake larger donations vile adds Probably you may have a better plan in mind by which this fund may 0 be raised It so we will be pleased to receive the suggestion But by all moans let us get busy and raise the fund and furnish the Y M L chapel car and thereby bring glory and sac cess to our organization No doubt most if not nIl the members are aware of the alliance between tile Catholic Young Mens National Union and time Young Mens Institute which was brought about through the able assistance of Supreme First Vice President P H Keefe mid Supreme Director James T Shelley the two delegates appointed to represent the Y M I nt time C YM N U conven tion in Boston last September Thi action has done and will do much toward ranking the pints antiQobjects of the Y M I fcnown and to I a great extent will place our orderIIn a position fo which it is justly entitled in the minds of the Catholics of America and will give It foothold in new and I trust fruitful fields and will cause tho clergy lo inquire into and investigate our I order and having done this are sure to lend their supportfo 1tal111 lastly but by no means least by this action we intrO won tIme best wishes esteem and support of that grand body of Catholic young men Who have been and are still working along similar lines as our order is working nnd I feel that when time members of i hat bpdy consider the alms bIjecta and workings of time Y1rrmany of them will be found in bur membeis C cause fOr yvbich the C Vzr N uv tileilfluenceend Jn Ii Result bttpr work can b ac coVnpliahed and soonor or rthtwo organizations will becbnu more firmly cemetvted together if not eon solldaied into onq grand orpnlACtlpn I HOXORRJ ATTORNEY pBAI ThE ifilJ rl of Thomas W Bu 1ttllrJ eminent attorney veteran pfjlM Confederate army and public pfrit d B 0 citizen took place from his rca ideiicfi 1Q19 Fourth avenue Mr BuUUt died in Baltimore on Thurj iatoa k Q 5 stroke of Apoplexy jfe 1is survived iijr KU wife and four iphR all of whom Mt UB AiVe ltdupnb AorneyWJ1I SofJiey A Seoit Bullitt Attorney Keith BalliM And Dr A T Bullitt t Ij 1 t1 t1JUD IJmDV U U n KNT CKY XRISR Alt1ERICAN mdtUHXJ ebt n- G r- I r CO N SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS NN NIN NNN6l N NNN- II SAVING PART OF YOUR INCOME I Is a good habit and one that should be cultivated by all care yourtutl wife and children is dependent on your earning capacity ishould not be overlooked and this earning capacity should be insured for their benefit i tThe Participating Income Bond Policy iu- iI 1AfforiJs ideal prctectlbn in that It provides r oTarsiA prompt payment of the amount of the policy In the event of death Sec ndit totally nud permanently disabled anti yourIability to earn a livIng for you ran111YiS destroyed the coin parry without cost to you will keep up your insurance or- annual i installments will pay the amount of the policy tuon in ten eqvicl you Itvo to be seventy c70 years old the iifhirdShould will be paid you an4 want in oldyou against poverty ageII MM Wf lI lIff m ij f CO HOME OFFICE Ji Commonwealth Building 312 West Chestnut St 4 iLOUISVILLE KY t J D POWERS President L Q RUSSEL Mgr Industrial Peptartment L M J W QUEST Medical Director DARWIN W JOHNSON Secy and Treas M W F BLfCKFOSD Asst Med Director I SMITH ROMANS Asst Seo1t Actuart ONNN NNNISNONM 0 + mmnmmnnmmmnmnmmf nmmmmnmmn nmmmmnnmmmnrng I Southern I co Ii National flI J i BankiII 4thMAN II c IIWIIIUWIIIIiluimniiiuui miiiniiiiinmiiiiimiiini 11WIII11WIII 0 Union National Bank i I I Sixth an- CAPITAL Main Sts Louisville Ky i Ii 50000000r SURPLUS and PROFITS 53600000 DEPOSITS Over 500000000I- i We issue Letters of Credit also Checks available in all parts of the world We issue Certificates or Deposit bearing 3 per centf Interest 0 One iff the Largest National Banks in foe State of KentuckyY rrJ iVVd n hai nnVV ii VV i VV MM L LEATHERS President S THURSTSN BALLAR Vice Prest 67 Kit C LEAVER Jr Cashier J T BATE Assistant shluI 1BA DUERSON Assistant Cashkr Zj LOUISVILLE 81 1 NATIONAL BANKING I i 1 1 COMPANY I I OAlITAL S230000QO Ii SURPLUS 1 50000001- r x ti S No E CORD J F1FTai AND MARKET rt i i WESt END J SAL00Nr i i f jAND BOWLING ALLEYS i t o 0 r- AItMYJfI1vwloIrtet II o U CHOICE WINES LIQUORS AND Cissf 1 o a a a a Ndies psso + at Dr A p N E CORNER 25XH AND MARKET STS J I J 4 i1 6 + o = wooIJ + 00t = HOME PHONE 1942 CUMB PHONE SOUTH 628 Keaneys Cut Rate Drug Store i tt SIXTH AND QAJS soMfcE a sK- EANEYS i+ COMP SYKUP Vhile Pine 1or That Cough y= bt Bells Pine Tar Honey 19c Swamp Root 42c Paces Diapcpsln 1 42c P44 Bulls Cough SVTUP 119cScotts imulsionL Icr11142c Quliizoin 92c J Cbamberlalns Cough Cure1Jc Wfliupole L OilH 83c Ccnthox 42c A t r tr 42cCedari s 42cPlnexi 4 + Special Beef Iron and Wine Spring Tgnlo25eandSOc s 1 I Ii Saturday and Sunday SpecialSt 3 4sjiy J All the A Di 8 Special Preparations for Sale Hero Peroxide Cream 2Sc I Baking Powder Pure 25at = A r W W ttf tt S = H H 00t ttM tt itt Oo = Xf SOLEMNEST Pnrt of Lent 11 111Ilctn n Week Proof Tomorrow For CwtliollcsY Holyh lotlicr Church Leads 2icr CliU1 dren From iloshhnns to Calvary OlIIcc of the tfcnebrnolSl ExorciseI That Incites Pcnnn cc and Fervor PREPARATION FOR HOLY WE irmlOrlOW will be Passion Sunday and the Sunday following will be Palm Sunday It commemorates the triumphal entry of our Lord and Saviour Janus Christ into Jerusalem five days before his death on ti cross On that momentous day mo peopleJerusalem boo roe Him as He entered jiio city a I shouted hosannas These same peo ple clamored for his death a few ilnys later- the church inns cclchrated Palm- Sunday since the earliest Christian errs Branches of palm arc blessed before the mass and distributed to the faithful The gospel read on thei1 death on the cross The gospel tells of our SavJours affection for Stt John of the institution of the sacra betrayallaftrialbcfprehead of the apostles the carriage of Calvaryhisits the saddest story of the church toIthem lot the solemn ceremonies of the weciand the nnniversnty of his itrlnmphal resurrection on fasterSunday The ceremonies on Palm Sunday are very impressive and part of the pulms blessed on that day saved juntiltarepeople on Ash 14eduesdny P41II Sunday ushers in Holy Week tIle week that commemorates Christs JchurvhTIWeekPennlWel Uo1y1388ionlcecpffiolyjdalmanys ttl the entire week Others kept an nb I solute fast on Wednesday RoIJ IIoiSaturday V unless in monastic orders observe such a strict lestOn Wednesday irolj Thursday andII Good Friday evenings In saci churches and monasteries as have a sufficient number ofrrlests or clerics the otflce of the Tcnebrae is tivorfordl 1 sJmboUze4verspread tic WCJrldprlor to tlleC f I 9theservicee i lighted ou n trll1nlrolar lThe triangle represents or sym canpicaj apostleThe C taken from the lamentations of the prophet Jeremlas At iteachi i athet canpicai1110nti hSnhed brought pot again at the end otatds office According to Pope Benedict YNb tkudeath lrMfsygnlroIletlneaasifualon fSeaJiVn BKUAKB OP J8WIWBLKR tonsithplctu ttJ menhoiafind guise 0f tk Franciscan monk and wh calls himself rsr titer Antpiilai Mit Tlctlm of Trenchantsalerlcoltam His real panjjp fJacob Martenand Invtstigatioa Ihomthat hit has served severs1 terms of Imprisonment in Germany 0 ri 4- c jl1 r Z j r i- j I I f Louts niiil German Soup for 10cii l I for nil sorts of swindling Finding that country a little too warm for him the sharper turned his attention to America According to the latest reports ho is preparing to ortlls3 trade in the South anti West I Sl1 RING iliANS Of Dlv 2A O H Include Two Interesting Events President Con J Ford presided over a very interesting meeting of Division 2 A 6 H on Friday night of last week Thomas Hannon the Highlands was reported ill pj pneumonia and Edward hladlg in was reported suffering from a dls located shoulder Doth are old and highly esteemed members of Dlvl zion 2 An intere3tlpg discussion minimaEKCounty Secretary Edward Kelran reported the arrangements for the visitation to St Patricks church on Passion Sunday and the entertain ment at Macauleys on Palm Sunday jIt was decided to hold n social ses anon of Division 2 on the evening of April 1 and to give a reception eveningoq of COALMQXWEATIirS ATTOTtl EY iltI innTAlvEB Tiers is no morq loyal Democrat jln Kentucky than Joseph iLi Huffaker Commonwealths Attorney for this judicial district He lias proven his fealty to the party J hard work und has lifted his voice in its behalf on the hustings in many parts of the State itr Uuffakcr is jj- a trained advocate an able prose cater and n forceful jury pleader has made One of the tTest if not very best Commonwealths Atl turns inqr seen in Louisville Joe Huffajyer is a terror to evIl i peeve Ho is now serving his eachaJ popularisHe bye jis still on the sunny side of fur t i Ills friends hope to see him elevu to the bench before many more I years roll by LOUISVIIJL13 ilENWEHSON Louluvilo is rapidly growing every essential element and her co- v merce trade and manufactures have tratet 1Jconcer ccitnJbtited in a grit measure town rdatmnking Louisville u great com mercial center many place the name of the Loulsl1CcJIellderson Soremostrattitt he deal to advertise the name and far of Louisville In the transaction its vast volume of business tblscomn sin1ICO ii employfairAs long asI the affairs of the nnrecpnduoteclgrossing and commendable manner s patronage will continue IP 1In crease The present offleers pf the Lou vluV Henderson k St Louis votive aS nreL J IrwIn President and den J ManBgerl Vf 1 Mapptheri Vice Yroslnfenti L rIe Softs Treasurer and Jtldgeley CaycV Secretary wxqOJt SUARIJY rno annual t attdy pulling fpl tile JKh90IkalJspsrochipehoolallh I afternoon and evening of Tliuriday March its The 1a dlqofI tin con + tfondlrrays arkE fife etdAdy tlte bet rntRislrrud llaltra r 2 folderaautlytorretkaJIll HOPKINS TrtEATBK I Manager thittin promised anotlier fina Jie of tt94Pbfnretl a4 the I 1opf ins ThMter next Week I rReleaa the Imtpinarjr lluitra4ed iconaa there will be several new and slat tr Ssturta TM Hopktaq Thetet iere an pllioiixiMI J patronage Is coowtantly Increasing GALLED HIM j Justice JoIns 91 Hnrlnn Draws Sal nrlcs from Two Sepnr ate Sources resident of Illinoisl 1niverslty Tnkcs tho Noted Jurist to Task h ofaKentucky Educator Enter Earnest Protest Against JUs Pet Measure ofSON DEFENDS HIS FATHER The world seems deft on the mat tor of pensions and on bonuses for uutversttics and colleges It level olio that Justice lInllnn of the United States Supremo Court has been dabbling In the university unatr sUJsIta J the Supreme Court of the United States Is sharply and publicly criti jcised before n committee of Con gross Yet that is just what Imp paned today when EdmUnd J James President of the University of Illinois took Justice Ilarlan of the forIYurging upon llbuse Committee on Agriculture the passage of the lloutello Iblll extend ing tire Merrill act to the District of Columbia nuu naming George Wash llngton University as the medium through which the funds are ex pqnded At the hearing given bv this com DrJamesliarlanj of the Supreme Court of the billttHarlan line been on the payroll of Universityfor2pOO to3000 per year It does not seem to me that it is quite tho proper thing for a Justice upontheare many men who practice in his court and may be beholden to him for favors that they should make appropriations for the benefit of a private institution on whose payroll the said Justice liar been for the generationInthat Justice Harlan was on the pay hisdvocacyJ discounted because ot the possl salaryYpassedfedla liarbattack saying whilebeforemake the slightest reply to the inhich fling at my honored lather President James has just per mittcd himself to make Most of this were well aware of the Ui hudbeenA i A I thq George WashIngton Unlver sitylhat otcommOD100owledge fourscorekhas come in close contact with its supposerJ of the committee as to thencerity JtJIS appeal in behalf ofn forcatheDistrictareuyloveotfallIntereltWellIaiOW1 forsJam Insinuation Pjresiden James K Patterson of jMcUOlurryotuc1cYStlltt I afnstCongFesslonal Washingtoa University = FAT1LBR OIIUC WA1CB Ob1eaweehrraI IB l tpctfd home for Hft fa lhrhalirom rhdaI tlem sad ra general breakdown In health Thi in leather Ohles first yaOilo ton in manr 7arJ s GBOWTHJW OlfOOIfi I N i L La i yeat iu psrpchinl aeJuoohi sitd c tunder Cntholie teacharKt To haV 4845 parteh schools attewfled by l Ii37550 pupils fi o 4 C i House That Quality Built a 617 Fourth Avenue Qpp JTheatreJ KY=EL=CO IS THE Sf Patrick of Louisville Driving the reptile of darkness from its a Streets Stores Offices and Homes Help Electrify Louisville 1111 Be a factor in making Louisville Brighter and Busier Kentucky Electric to Incorporated 219 VV Washington Street Both Phones R E HUGHES t PreBidentII I iVVi VVVVVV VV fwfij I Ii GERMAN BANK I f Sfr SURPLUS 510000 0 I I Htr1 2 IInterest Paid on Time Deposits rid 69 9Q0r VVVVVV t n tTt f nntTVVV V VVVVV fVVVV FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY I Capita 1000000 Surplus 1000000 c Ii 210 FIFTH STREET Receives money subject to check pays interest performsi trIES d III 1 IIIIaIIII Blue Msslxcliange i s LOUIS WABNITZ CO Props Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialtyff u 229 Sa fifthSt Louisville Ky I tet TO TW TARPY CO cruptfCJ1Cf HAVANA AND SEED CIGAR 4 cxrax- tPIik 1 u tuli iLit A i WIIPt 14 Mdsd ltia- l o8o u IhMPhut J i i2 S TWELFTH 3TtEET f b Q u ttnDQDt 1 i nU ow D 1roluc NtIUOQXRX XC 5IU 0 t1 n ST PATRICK ICE CREAM Brkk Cream With Clover ot No 17 In Each Brick t tV I 1 t TELEPHONES ras and CS4 I I GU8GADENSU mICE CREAMM W NWOR83U9311Sf nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn1f4 f It n1tnnnnnnnnnnnnnntnt = HARRY B CfilVEK President WALTER RATCLIFFE Secretary S3 ssrr w DOMESTIC LAUNDRY II COMPANY M E- 5g M f HIGH GRADE LAUNDRY WQRK 3= v C i f- S M OurM= not equaled by any laundry in the city S2 S Both Phones 1720 409 S Fifth Street 3 1111111111111111il111111111111111111 ili1ULUUUULULU11ULUii1U1U S5K525SH5J225H2H 5J255KK5S5SK2H5 MATH POSCHINGER President V K EckER Seey and Treas JOHN G DAEUBLE Vice President THEO J KIRK Superintendent 3 I E CoEI I 4I11013 GRADl I I i f Passenger and Freight t Elevators 3 I I E WORKE I I E JACKSON AND MAIN STREETS 311 I ri A J M JJ CARROLLDEA- LER I IN Wines Liquors Cigars Tobacco Home Phone 1936 2528 W Madison St I LOGAN CMURRAY President CHAS C CARTER Aist Cashier u R F WARFiaD Cashier F L MCSEIEY Asst Cashier z THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK j I r 1 OF LOUrsvnJ i DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES I Dividends paid free off all taxes since January 1st 1895 69600000 All taxes paid by tlje bank from earnings for the stock holders In fourteen years 26634022 Which added to surplus fund earned r 20000000 Making total for benefit of stockholders from organization 116234622 Capital 80000000 Surplus 20000000 I L Jc IT1J E1E1STRASSELi Incorporated PAINT ROOFINU GOQ1 + t fdtcj f Xi 1 Ii1Il t i Contracters for As haft PaylnjTj Water Pr otngi t4 comp RqoflnR Pitcht and Asphaft s j 403405 THIRD STREETr tOKooC+++ 1Ho +oXH+4 oHo +++4 e Ox WALLERjytANUJf CTURROfII FINE SHOES a SpC1lxftYr a r I ttnit I t 0 j jSPLfNDlDj Tribute to the Irish Soldier Is Paid By an Ohio States f man J Gen Sherwood Recounts Deeds of Valor on Many Dame I fields f v Declares Phil Sheridan Was Greatest Cavalry General of the- CivILWar e e RECALLS AN OLD TIME SPEECH Oen Isaac Sherwood of Toledo Ohio and llcprescnlatire in Con gress from the Ninth district of the Buckeye State lias paid n handsome tribute to the Irish soldier and it is particularly appropriate at this season of the year llccently some of his Hibernian friends in Toledo asked him to say something about the Irinh in America and he did Among other things Oen Sherwood said Among the first of nets acquaint ances I mot on my return from the war In July 1805 was that broadminded and scholarly and patriotic Irishman Stephen J Mcahey then editor of the Toledo Morning Com mercial I became Intimately asso ciated with lute on that paper and through him first met Father Han nin one of the most enthusiastic and devoted patriots I 1m ve ever met lie had more energy end vitality than any human being I have ever known all the enthusiasm and intensity of devotion of niy valued comrade of the war Father ODrlenoC thb Churchof the Good Shepherd And as evidence of the fact that Father Hannin was a devotee of the Union soldiers he never missed Inviting the writer and others of the war to his patriotic entertainments I remember his famous celebration of St Patricks day in Whites Hall Sum mit street March 17 1806 On thati meItoan old scrap book1 I find the follow ing printed report of that speech- If I should say the Irish race is the most belligerent race hi the world you would concede it without argument but when I say that the Irish race is the strongest race In the world in blood strength and na tional vitality you may call for tho evidence Let us see The Phoeni cians the Spaniards the French the Danes and the Britons all Invaded Ireland by war and each in turn was absorbed and assimilated by theI Irish The green isle Iis still Ireland and the Irish heart and impulse are tIleIof the Irish race No taco ever crossed the Atlantic orthe Pacific J that has so rapidly and thoroughly nsslmlliatcd with our free institu tions For instance Patrick Henry halt Irish in blood and all Irish in spirit the foremost orator of the decade preceding the war of the Revolution was the first to exclaim JII- to public Give mo liberty or give me death The Irish Catholics in Maryland led by the Irish Bishop of Baltimore were ahead of tho Puritans of Now Jingland Ih the Revolutionary move ment The Irish of South Carolina were bolder and more aggressive than the patriots of Massachusetts Andndw let mo recall some of the great wars In which I was al lowed to take an humble part Ko battle was ever fought without heroic Irish blood reddened tho field of carnage The last successful light of tho war was led Ohio born Irish soldier GenPhil Sheri dan at Five Forks Va It is coin ceded that Sheridan was the greatest cavalry General of the War and he divided the honor with Hancock nnd Hooker as the most brilliant battle field General uTIlI soldier who led the most desperate J and hopeless cavalry charge of the entire war was an Irishman Col Keenan of tho Eighth Pennsyl vania Cavalry At Chancellorsville he led ft charge of four hundred J cavalrymen against the advance otI 1llous1lldIl- i nnd scattered the advance and in thn confusion Stonewall Jacl son next to Robert E Lee the greatest OenI oral of the Confederate army was killedThe famous Irish Brigade immor talized by the Irish poetsoldier Col Charles G Halpine did more des perate fighting and lost mote menJ than any other brigade of the Union ormy Gen Phil Kearney the 11eroI of four wars was an Iriflnnnti He was desperately wounded in the bat tie of Oherebusco Mexico wlieto he lost his tarm Kearney first served in the French army in thQFrench J AfSolferinoof 1850 in which the allied French and Sardinians Under Napoleon III AustrlausOwingat Solferlno Napoleon conferred upon him the Cross of the Legion of militarytservice illsloftthefirstFAIlTIEEft MSHERRV PJjAOBD SharJYorJUerl opOCQnn churchOft BloosafleldNordainedInwentEasttime he was attached tOi the dtooM remoCedtoWELIs ATTI NDIQD M1i lkW tUolyPrtoltrt t jitrwt whlQhbepn sleet SttndiJ u rrrraAm- f f i wi i y i- rf i- j marrilugIs bolng h 411 attended This week was for the X esAnd beIginning tomorrow the services willl be for then The MissIon is being conducted by Redemiiorist lathers A low mass Is celebrated at C oclock and a high mans at S oclock A short serrnOn follows each mass Every evening at 730 oclock there are the recitation of the rosary 66r moil and benediction of the Bless d Sacrament The mission will cloy 0 neXt Sunday oVening T11B QUIET noun My heart JIs Ored so tired tonight How endless snows the strttoLNl Day after day the restlessness Of allI this weary life jt come to lay the burden down That so oppress th mes And shutting all the world without To spend an hour with Thee V Dear Lord x To spend au hour with Thee5 I would forget a little while u The burled hopes of years The anxious thoughts that crowd my life cV The bitterness of tears Forget that mortals weary toll My patient care must bej y A tired child I come tonight t To spend an hour with Thee Dear Lord One little hour with TheeI v A foolish wayward child I know So often wandering A weak complaining child but 0 Forgive my murmuring And fold me to Thy breast ThoU who hast d6d for me And let me feel tis pehfee to rest A little hour with Thee Dear Lord One little hour with Thee FINE TRIBUTE Paid New Bishop of Hart ford by Protestant Minister The Rev John J Nilan pastor of AmesburyMasstion of his appointment as Bishop of Hartford Conn Father Nilan is described as a man of strong charac ter broad In his views a deep thinker and pa forceful and ready speaker The Rev James D Ding well of the Congregational church at Amesburg paysthe folowing tribute to Bishopelect Milan As a faithful embodiment of that word of the Master lIe that is faithful in that which Is least is faithful also In much faithful consecration to duties small and great has characterized his spirit as a parish priest both within and without his church As a preacher he combines with splendid oratorical powers a healthy practicality in thought and an open virile person ality AS a man and a citizen he has been both brotherly and patriotic Dlshopsllcthe office for he will ever be a serv ant as well as n ruler I rejoice in his advancement lain sorry for the parish which hiss lost so good and wise a shepherd COUNTY CLERK PItFs RAY r County Clerk Prcs Ray huts been for several years an untiring worker In the interests of the Democratic party national city State and county Ho made nn excellent rec ord as County Assessor and before he retired from that office ho had largely increased his acquaintance in this city and county From his thorough knowledge of the people and affairs it was no trouble for hint to familiarize himself with the duties of CountyClerkafterhebad been elected Mr Ray showed good judgment at the outset by installing capable careful and efficient deputies When the office was transferred from btu Republican predecessor to him there was not a moments hitch The affairs of the office moved just as smoothly as It tho County ClerIc and his deputies bad been in office for years Stich efficient service will conduce to the upbuilding of the Democratic party- JOIE ROHRMAX r i Prominently connected with the saloon business iii our city is John Itohrman proprietor of the saloon located at the southwest corner of Second nnJ Green where can be found at all hours of the day and beattlunchesiRe of man with on abundance of the best of everything in the line of liquors wines and beers found in a well regulated and fashionable cafe giveshisto the business which is n guarantee that once in his cafe you wilt surely call again Since the opening of publicfnvI liberal patronage owing to the popularity of tho gentleman who conducts ItItEADI EOit0I1 CfturcHlll own preae tsa busy scene these days New horses managers trainers andhandlersare corn SNg jpj lJOOtey ttkrO The big opening jsy nt of cours will be the Kentucky Derby iinJl final pay= went ha ben made pti tTfintyt eight ontrJwi Tht ewaera of tntO- OfJaouma4eftaatp6 rine t- to the Ewptticfcy No Jw than i1S nlDrtLitatsfJOneIite Men nS441tt the Tier ofMtlt t O- 7y II ijf i r I BETTER Than Kver Before is the Order of Catholic America Knights otI1 j I ci rJ 7Ij Jtosquietiiro Properlyv flprieciatcd 1t t p IVo Uiiiforiil i Opmpunics Arrange TfjV tfor r jnip t Convention SHOf At BROADWAY THEATER According to advices from Dr Felix Gaudin Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America condition to Henry Bosquat of this city Dr Gaudln returns thanks for a copy of the new dif iory of loctf Kmshl9 gotten Out by the Central Commit tee Mr Bosquet was Chairman of the committee that arranged the dl rectory Tho Supreme Piosirtont commends the directory for Its neatness and said that It would no doubt help the members la their business Working In each others behalf Is to be commended declares Dr Gau din and the best way to do that Is working on thb line of tho directory as gotten out by the Central Com mltteeThe Louisiana State Council had several directories printed says Dr Gaudin and they have helped the members In patronizing each other He says that he Is kept In touch with the work of the committee through the medium of the Kentucky Irish American and commends Central Committee for keeping tho order so well advertised Ho urges the mem bers to build up the membership in th various branches and to start new branches as soon as possible Then ho addsThe Catholic Knights of America are in better condition than ever be fore and if it was good when It was on the verge of bankruptcy certain ly It ought to be better at present and It Is up to our members to make It better still by Increasing our membershipIn his letter to Mr Bosquet Dr Gaudln says that ho hopes to meet him and many other Louisville Knights and the two Uni form Rank companies when the Su promo convention meets at Nashville In MayAnother letter to Mr Bosquet In forms him that Joseph Bering of Cincinnati editor of the C IC of A Journal is confined to his homo by an attack of grip He too com mends the new directory of Louis vale Knights and praises Mr Bouquet for his hustling ability Mr DernI ing expects to visit Louisville some time this month- Encouraged by such commenda tions the Central Committee Invited the Uniform Rank to make the trip to Nashville InMay The two corn panies accepted the Invitation and on Friday night of last week the members of the two companies and a deputation from Central Commit tee met at St Martins Hall and took steps to raise funds to defray the ex penses of the trip Capt Oscar Maier called the meet ing to order and stated the object of the meeting after which Gen Gus Kane was elected Chairman and Eugene McCarthy Secretary It decided to rent the Broadway Thea ter for benefit entertainments on the afternoons and evenings of Wednes day and Thursday April 6 and 7 A change of programme wilt be given each day Lieut Soedor has charge of the distribution of tickets Every member of the order will assist in boosting the advertising and bg crowds are expected to attend on both days Tho two uniform companies of Louisville will make a big hit If they go to Nashville anld all members of the order ought to encourage them IIJKV FATHER GAFFNEY TRANS FEUR15D The Very Rev Father F A Gaff nor Q P whp was formerly attached toSt Louis Bertrands con vent in Louisville is iI10wnt Holy Name church Kansas City During the past six weeks Father Gaffney has been Hlat Mount Carmel Hos pital Columbus Ohio During the past Tourteeni years Father Gaffney has been a very active Dominican He served two terms as pastor of St Peters church in Memphis and was later pastor at St Antoninus con vent nt Newark N J BOSTON OAFE COMPANY Among the advancing concerns of our city there Is none that haRI nfotfe enviable reputation in their line of business than the Boston Cafe Company located at 337 West Market street It is well known In Louisville and there is no cafe n the city that gives more satisfaction than dotis this well known andi enterprising concern The merchants lunch served to the patrons Js equal to the best and has much to do with making this cafe one of the most popular within our midst The ex cellence ot service and attention to public wishes which are proverbial with this concern have earned it a distinct success The proprietors of this concern havo always shown themselves to be just in dealing with the people and men of ability Ir- JQ Doardman who directs this in BtUiUUjn has a host of friends anti follovers =who wish him continual success t 1 SEKBCTD DANCE 0A nunilM of popular Young seen of the Zaat End are arranging ft select 4hJCel W given pt Trinity Mall Baxtert and ton avfluetl on the nfgbt of TburM1YiUreh t7 Tile natnellere Fee P Ylintl Itid P- BtditutsE U 11 on lJ- u Gt t 1 ROBT MONTANUS I PICTURES HWALLPAPER J PICTURE FRAMING INTERIOR DECORATIONS II Both Phones S Home 2325 Carob Main 231 aliS W MarKet St 1t 1 rv r t r v r II F HOR8TM1N Eg DEALER IN 3 j Choice Wines and Liquors 3 3 and Fancy Groceries fcg3 O and our Full Line of Imported and- Domesticj Cigar- sorg S W Fifth and Green Streets Ki a i i H i ii i Ai Ki ii ii NATIONAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO 1 My Sole Manufacturers of the REILLY STEAM PUMP r w 1 Machinery Built and Repaired fCastings of all Kinds made and repaired Repairing promptly attended to Main Stt Louisville Ky L= Lw SULLIVAN BRACH Cafe and Restaurant 427 W Market 5tttt Louisville Ky lwy 3 CEO PANKE General Manager Nome Phone 5237 f GERNERTPflNKE 60 aK INCORPORATED Monuments 4 630 E JEFFERSON ST Bet Clay and Hancock + 44T41 + +++ea++e++ 0 ifiH EWINGS SONS DAIRYPRODUCTS I 306 WTELEPHONEf SOUTH io- nsNNOee1NONNt Brcckinridge + wNP4 N + 4mN1Jttj J 1T VyA fJM 3BANNOM- iPra I It Mlrr P BANNON JR VlciPris fr TriM VVNAAAAj H M WOLTRING Sicritary M P Piper Co Sa1tGlazed Sewer alt rtPit JtBftits Wall CDRta Tile Vitrlfisd Skrwrt Pvi IrUK Fire FlrtJIrlcKCratei Ckimney TeM Lawn Punai VitriJU SMiWalk IricK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TucgPMoei i e73 t W toihoRKsT8LBPMOK8 3833 1 t- f 0n Q J ti F iCo NTUOK IRISH AlOZERZCAlT T rxxu KkHTUGKY IRISH flMERIGfllt tvettJ to the Social and Moral AdvsBCeroeHiest ei Irish Amerk w e0 Calheh 4OtficinliYu Indorsed by Ancient Order oi Hibernians YoUng MKBS Institute and Catholic Knights of America I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO incorporated Publlnheri SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sintered at the LoulivllU PertoHUe at 9econd Clue Hitter AldreM all CMUMKilcitUii U tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3IJ2I Wed Greta SL zz LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 12 191 PjlKSS VEKSUS CIIUKCH All Americans irrespective ofi S treed nnd class are too prone to believe what they see In tIle dally newspaper There are some dis cerning ones who will disbelieve certain things that they know areI in error but who believe other things that are equally in error By l degrees the editors of these dailies arc improving the standard of news and yet the average news letters from Rome Berlin Paris Vienna u The Hague and London are rotte I The Knights of Columbus have taken this matter up and with due perse verance they can accomplish much The Columbiad the official organ of the Knights of Columbus contains ti remedYIlngthe Catholic church Ifon ElwnrdI J McDermott scorns to have epItome zed the subject He writes Many newspapers nnd magazines arc now fair to us Most of them would bo if the millions of Catholic reuders bought gcncraly with dis crimination The American pre formerly was and in no slight d gree still is dominated by English press which has been staunchly Protestant for three centuries or until of late years which has naturally colored the politicall nwvs of the world to suit English interests and which has also colored tho religious news to the prejudice of tile Catholic church and has thus poisoned the wells As said by the New York Evening Iost in 1904 most of the news we get of Europe or Europe of itself is merely the more or less Intelligent T condensation of lojulon Times dill patches that is news filtered through a British correspondent next through a British editor and next through a London corre spondent before it roaches the American home office Hence the favoritism long shown here Japan Englands special ally in the Orient Hence the loud persistent clamor here against Leopolds and Belgiums Congo government not r wholly good but defended by reputable American and English travelers and chiefly because it interfered with some self- Ish plans of England and curtain vainglorious missionaries Hence too the suppression of many important faCts and the distortion others as to Anarchist dishonorable career and natural execution On less convincing evidence and f no greater crime America hanged the Haymarket anarchists of Chi cago America would have han Ferrer also Ills disreputable life and criminal connection with t Barcelona riots base and brjital 1lalnlyInNovember 6 1909 but the ifve facts were recklessly mlsjuaged or misrep resented by the New York Life of November 4 1009 Which really oUght a n8tomaryfutwitted t There has undoubtedly been a change for the better in the treatment tt of the church by the secular I The anrpay Most Protestants dont careifor sue things Tho growbrighter1 and dying the American press ran with his praise Ire was considere- as I he was the peer of the two other great men of his generation Bis pressdoesgrea spokesmen of tho time Cardinal i Gibbons Archbishop Ireland nnd i Bishop Spalding No man in Amerlc- is heardor tt 1e9thani better combines learning literaryfofskill wisdom and breadth of view with nobility of character couraget splrltillsn without regard to his preeminentt office everywhere attracts an attention and carries a weight notI surpassed POOJUNG SCHOOLS 0 IJHAt a meeting of tie Alumnai j Society of the Girls High School Joatt week Mh Niamey Wilson read andI discussed a paper oa the IIPl1 CtlenI Jw s of th4 High Schools In the Comma 1 pity The learned lady said thirty hip IIC ooleatrlHlmusmne ti i a e a broadening Influence Jtl Order to tit girls for life She WHO said that thet purpose Qtiioelitdiiig cookiipjf w- a0ying jul 1 in schools JB not to mxfe tcopkSlMd tSi eesoit ofh k ft Kefcdol gkis M Ibf effect of rash tralntaf n iaraly increases leir scope andmvltrreaSIzD as- o AL tbsis ruy twe Hou otageoleI- 1R k I a high school girl to devote her solo I aim in life to making shirts or j salads but His well for her tq know how It should be done If you have l a cooking department teach the gf I at least some branch of the culinary I art If you have a sewing depart ment there might come a time in I romp of their lives when the art of sewing a button on a shirt or a pa Iir of trousers might a01da isms 1 quarrel TUCELY ADVICE nTho editor of the Dundalk lli crat is always sensible and he i always closer to the scene of Irish I and British politics then wo area refcienco to the latest developments in the British Parliament he sa 8II Whatever opposition may tho Nationalist must be prepared to stlbeI of war Without which this fight cant be agate We lore no dOjUbt I that the funds will be forthcoming I Thero arc no more generous pee UPIeI and his followers They know the value of n united and plcdgcbountl atilI the onslaught on the party the more ready and total would be tho support I I given to it by the people of Ireland I There Is no time to be lost in tlti matter Any moment may see a co test precipitated Immediate steps should be taken to inaugurate a c I lection in every parish for the Irisitisj Parllamqntary furd Those who are fortunate enough to escape a conII tested Parliamentary election ought to and we are sure will provide the funds neccsary to defend the Patio oust seats that are threatened wlthi attack It must not ne said that the pcdple of Ireland are too niggardlyI tcor too apathetic to give Mr llcd i j mend the necessary financial lug in this crisis of our buckII fortunes The case admits of no delay snot we confidently expect that before another week every town and district in the country wdlljiavo- j I set on foot the making ota cpllecJI tion for the national fund that will glee n fitting answer to Mr OBrien nail those other dissensionmongers iI Who are propheqylng the bankruptcy ofof the National movements I This advice to the Irish people of Ireland Is wise nnd timely T 01I much passing the hat in America toie golden eggs I DO11NgeeThe membetthe GeneralI dtclttor a grunt of taxpayers funds to the Universityl of Louisville might give long consld l eratlon to the following editorial I j the Catholic Citizen of Rochester It says j Our system of education is like a pyramid standing upon its apex Although we spend our money at j tho rate of 100 for the university Ito- t 50 for the high school and 28 for the grade school yet only one of- il each 120 students goes through tBandI M I gohsl only abo I getIII Theyggo J andandgo out and go to work without any training for life I There is I 1sJ tiscrimutous PAIERjj i tOne of the most scurrilous papers- t seen in recent years in Louisville ins circulated In the general the Lnnd N rnllrnlllast week Itwnaan attack upon the Pope o 1 Home the Catholic church the Catholics in general and Louisville 4t Democrats in particular Milton 11t Smith President of the L andNr i railroad olio Major William A Colston will hardly tolerate n ma of the character of the author of the scurrilous letter In the Lgaud N Auditors office Yet te is still there nnd asalllng his Catholic nelghHiora CIWhat Is the watter with LDals vllle There must be BOiBthin rI wiocjf vfitk1 the townlr When II 8Bf erint esideat ot juvenile affaire head of tAw School of Reform or KI tref reft f cleric of the Pufclla Lilwmry a U needed th authorities have idI j en4 Jto Chicago pr elsewhere to seckt captbilpperaon When It comes 4 tohI paying the Vlll the Louisville imp tO payer mwt 3h it Left Usifry J4 oabr hosts iateltl eta aif- U iMUI hna I PiS bra ifcf i i W Kc prompt In resenting ridicule that attacks your faith Remember that the ridicule of St Patrick is an caInsult to the apostle of Ireland one of the greatest figures of the Cath olic Church Not the Irish alone but I all Catholics ought to resent such ridicule and ought to make It felt In- ic n most effective way Holy weke is almost upon us Remember that it is a busy week for your pastor and the clergy Do not trouble them about trivial matters- at this season of the year nCUewSMw 0IS0GIETVQG c Miss Margaret Monohan has gone to New York for a weeks visit rlsMiss Katie Moran is visiting Miss Mary Mullaney of 810 Seventh street Attorney Charles F Taylor 18rc cupernUng at French Lick Springs weekly Mr and Mrs R E Pllcher of the Highlands are home after an ex temlcd sojourn in Cuba oratrlek Kennedy a respected res tlsison IuVisa Nora Maddox of Mlddlotown orrivcd last week for a visit to her sister Mrs Nellie Robertson Miss Willie Kenney of Bagdad has been spending n week here as the guest of the Misses Estes Miss Lillian Murphy has return from Bloomfield after a two week vlslt with Mrs L M MoMnkln l Trentoplon N J is here to spend a nionth with Mr Will Downs at Deer Park Mrs J A Bowles of llIghlnnd Park has returned from a visit her mother Mrs Ilynn at Loretto Patrick Kennedy a well known resident of New Albany is quite nt his home 218 West Sixth streett Mrs J 15 Gleason of West Point withBMrt Highn111lIs8 Lula Shannon of Shelbyvllle here spending two weeks with her grandmother Mrs Morton of len wood way Miss Mayme llarclin who NTOS th t IfgIliad at Parkview Miss Jeanette Holrqan of Glasgow I has been here for a week visiting Miss Lalla Hnrlow and other friendssII in Portland 1 Ir8 J r McDermott of PanII I wns last week the guest of her daughter Mrs John P Hartley Crescent Hill IUssClee Charlton who had been visiting her sister Mrs Hill Houston Texas since Christmas h returned home lira Anthonyt Connelly wiio h been sufferIng from rheumatism nt her home 2013 Duncan street Is slightly improved I Charles Finegaii ami wife and wife and daughter Miss Winona of New Albany have been visiting rat n tires nt Marengo Ind Miss Hose Sliea and nephew Hun toon McCann of Clifton arrived home Saturday after an enjoyable visit in Dayton Ohio Gerhard Hltlkebeln one of the oldest and most respected citizens of New Albany Is recovering from u- j gripnMrs Walter P Lincoln entertained Saturday at her hoots in Gnrvin Place in honor ofss Emma Crutcher of Woodford county Mrs Houorah Conlff of J12fij Rogers street who was eriously 1111 last week Is much improved Her many friends hope for her speedy complete recovery slUatrJ Swttnn Lecturer of Lout tvllle1 Council Knights of was absent from his post Wednes day night He was at home admlr IIing a new boy that arrived this week Mrs George Kautt who Iota beenI seriously ill with typhoid lover ot her home on Cherokee roodneaLongest is rote convalescent to the great relief of her relatives an friends Mr and Mrs F P Kennedy have announced the approaching marring GertrudesiKennedy ilarvin McIntyre of wllfI 1 1 mercbnntailor t j oI1l1cJdn OOU11cllis receiving con gratulatbns on the arrival of a bob boy at ids home The mother an- n PnpctGeorgebranch of MJacldn Council Quite a number of soclnl events are being arranged In 1he West End in honor of Miss Lola Schreiber wh WUHllmCoDlMiCk011 Miss SchrelbiBr was given a nilscelia t neous riiower by Miss Susie Pfeiffer and a number of admiring friends r aThe many friends of Mrs John 1eIolced tpOKrn itsthrre has been favorable clingin her condition she has been at 9t Anthonys Hov pital for iJle pat tlyo weeks and it ntnv tlfilughe sltqi will soot ire able 1 reliw to her harile 1- Xoth 9rlla1 tal DSt PNdti Insect a ad rcm k AU t C- ai C Baelhe t = I ime SI = c 1 J o ti efln 4rNA S nmmm tm a- eT IA Ja 9 f I mes reene sd II I 1tII1t J r ii jzt ow oing n 1 ff 0 g H CarpetsrrStoves RugssY5 r Etc being sacrificed at practically half rtheir usuall = xyJ selling price Ctij xx h IiIt i 425429 East Market WIIO dlw eatNO SALARIES Couiiciltiieit sari ildernu MiSt AVork Gratis Or Resignto 0illn Measure At Couimlttec- StRJC Pension Fad Seems to Have Taken Hold ol Certain Legislators TAXPAYERS ARE IN DISTRESS No salaries for members of the General Counclll That is the ale of Mayor lead mid the members who were most vociferous in their clamors for an allowance of 13000 per annum say not Amen but re main silent In baseball parlance one wuulu call it r reversal of form The glitve iojI ofThe scheme to pay members of t I 11lSmonth ago The first proposition was to pay the members 1 arndijj i I lnnnce to pay each of tho members ofIi the General Council 50 a month aggregate of 18000 per annu InnTho Kentucky Irish American ivuil11 first to call attention to the fa that an effort was being made work on the pocketbooks of the to I payers Several members of the Jeneral Council thought that the interIfereeltoInnnd Mayor W 0 Head did not thinkj so On the advice of Mr Hood the1I salary grab for the General CouncilI has been called off another victo I entuclyIrtBh of Men AmerIcunII IImolumelt tboseleglslntors- to vote salaries to themselves smackt of graft and the present city adminj istration went Into office with clean bill of health It ought to bo kept clean yfaultsof the Louisville Police department but it bas not told Its readers the t during the month of February just past that 118 more arrests were thse history of the department Nor di the lost tell that the present adI ministration was breaking tip dive and thriving worthless negroes out of the city or putting theta Into the jaIl and workhouse The three Judges of Common Pleas William Field Thomas Gordon ilnnd Walter P Lincoln are still hear ing the attorneys on the pension problem and after these learned jurists decide the matter will Appealthei poses the pension proposition not on menIbut on principle Men who have performllnee1 ntseems to be running riot 3In bedn school teachers Why not pension shop girls domestics editors aged and infirm Alder men nail Councilmen Nobody would be surprised to hear a mom bcr of this present General Councl arise in his seat and lyI hold in pensionthethe taxpayers must provide thet funds to meet the necessary eJc penapt SUSTAiNM SPIUIN Mrs John J Barret Is confined to- her I rome 832 East Man street on 1 account of a Wily sprained ankle of Whoa eJiapi in household tittles last Monday aiie fell from ti step and- sttettiind a WMpDund sprain heAI- attencliiKlW yfytl Iy he will be to cenfhwa to ilrle r bpi1 for severall JIf wek JH e tt tit reeetpe of many fceIl jpf nmnth 1Y 1af t r J GLO J BUTLER- en DEALER IN Fancy Groceries Produce Fresh Meats VegetablesCigars and Tobacco gatHOME PHONE 3359 1983 Portland Ave IRBIuVNDS IIO31K CO31LVG Dedicated to Dan Scanlon 0We arc going back to dear old Ire land Well see her ancient hills onoj ormore nounmd 1towers torefox11100d cruel hand That drove us forth as exiles To every foreign land Australia and Van Diemens Ian 1 Mapy an exile sank to cost Asking Gods blessing on his native ryland tilcstYSeparated from all they lovud e earth They raised the cross upon Aus tralian shoreIWhere in many a Cathedral tower 1tho Angelus aXow rings music tto their souls Upon Columbias fair and fertile plains Millions of her offspring stand andtAgainst any foreign land To live beneath its glorious folds Their fathers crossed the mighty dWteFor they inhaled the Incense of frees atoms God That rose from Emmets grave Exiles from Ulster Munster Lcin titer and Connaught When you stand uponher soil Shell receive you with that kindnga- s That a mother would her child And with many and many a Gene Mllle Failthe Shell be glad to see you home For you never forgot old Ireland In watever land you roamed Well youre here and me blessing on you awnnThIngs Ire land Than they have for many a day With ithat spirit of Our Grnttan and OConnell Parnell John Mitchell and OBrien Wo will write the epitaph of Emmet On the calendar of time P jFlnegan KNIGHTS AND LADIES The various delegates to the Sii prerte convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America which win meet in St Louts in May met at Robinsons Hall Nineteenth and Main streets on Wedticsdtiy night John J Score was the presid Ing officer Miss Mary Sheridan vial tfieJSecreatry Nearly every branch the osier In Louisville wasp repre scntedi The proceedings were quite lBteleth guandwJMntb meeting irncd it was to meet with the llvU1e Adylnory Board at thercs idcnce of Thomas XeMRn 1225 West Har fc att net on the t IJiLt Taerl3ihtareltft r rj 0 p- Market Preston and Shel vtis Street Cars to Door st ry ts eNNIN M iT r NNN JJJJ STEWART DRY GOODS COI Biulnes I talli iic4 Sixtythree Years fEY yolti STOltE The HouseholdPlan What It Is and What It Means to You An Explanation of IIts Credit System EXPERIENCE teaches the retail store that probably 25 per cent of its customers are in position to buy anything their fancy dictates their property and reputation justifying almost unlimited credit Tho other 75 per cent are divided into three classes 1 THE CASH CUSTOMERS who never care to buy on credit and will save up the necessary amount of money before making a pur chase Their reasoning is absolutely safe but not altogether sound for frequently under the laws and customs of business they are en titled to credit and their not taking advantage of its privileges causes unnecessary hardship and inconvenience to themselves and families 2 THE CHARGE CUSTOMERS who buy recklessly sometimes more than they have reason to think they can pay for and their inability to pay when due forfeits their right to credit in the future when a good rating might be of inestimable value to them Their lack of prudence in this case causes the same hardship and incon venience to which the first class is subject 3 THE CLEAR SIGHTED CUSTOMERS who have a steady in come even though small and who are entitled to credit proportioned goodsIpurchased Frequently their income is such that they are in position to settle for a large purchase at the end of the month as is customary with a regular account and even though the goods might be greatly needed to furnish the home the credit is refused them 1However if this same charge was divided through say ten mouths their liability each month would be onetenth the original amount and they would be justly entitled to the credit To meet just this emergency the HOUSEHOLD CLUB is de 11signed and these with a moderate income or monthly allowance will find it of especial interest as through it they call buy at the REGULAR CASH PRICES and have the payments proportioned to their ability to pay This is better than buying as the first class of customers above referred to for they have the goods to use and en joy instead of waiting until they saved up the money to make the purchaseIt also better than the second class for they do not contract a debt they cannot settle and their reputation and good names are strengthened instead of weakened This is NOT an INSTALLMENT PLAN and ANYBODYS CREDIT is NOT GOOD It is just like a regular account with the exception that time payments per permitted and in consequence of only worthy persons being given credit they are not charger exorbitant prices to cover losses occasioned by selling to irresponsi ble parties It is not proposed to make more profits on goods sold this way but to sell more goods The principles of the Household Olub are these 1 A nominal fee is charged for joining the club The fee is cluba2 Ten per cent of purchase is paid at time of purchase 3 Minimum payments are as follows Purchases to 25 payments 1 a week 4 a month Purchases 25 to 50 payments 150 a week 6 a month Purchases 50 to 75 payments JU75 a week 7 a month Purchases 75 to 100 piranents 2 a week 8 a month etc etc these payments to continue until the amount of same equals the cost of the goods There is nothing to which an one could object and on account of its simplicity and liberality it ap eats to all FURNITURE CARPETS VPHOLSTERY and HOUSE FURNISHINGS are sold on the Oltb Plan There is often a time when the wire or daughter with a monthlyIallowance wishes to purchase a piece d furniture for their room but IJ as they cant conveniently spare so larke a sum any one month it is not bought If they knew however that the payments could be made through thtl HOusehOld01Ub at the rate of 5 or iper month they would gladly welcome the opportunity Young married people alto often appreciate theso prhai the perplexing problem of equipping the home with wishing 1 it solved Ifii always cheaper to buy the best and ii small amount for several months and get sorjj to buy a cheap reticle and never feel satisfi Investigate the Household Club befqr tlole Further information will be chef STEWART DR o m flOHKECTWK WITH jAheorp Jllr t uo n- Y1 KBAtTII08Y IIYYeH AIKSRZCAH r 1 u J1 LL thLxSPRING DISPLAY OF FINE CLOTHES at For MEN AND YOUNG MEN I CANNING LEWIS and WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN THIS CITY FOR THE WELL KNOWN KIRSCHBAUM ALLWOOL HAND TAILORED CLOTHES M Which are recognized the most fashionable and dependable Clothing for Men and Young Men that it is possible to buy These Clothes are modeled F and made by the most expert designers and craftsmen in this country The new spring styles are now here and await the choosing of men of ideas Novelty a fabrics and mixtures in the newest fashioned and tailored to a kings taste The prices for Kirchbaum are most moderate You will do well to examine this display of handsome garments before buying your Spring wear We await your pleasure Tf J CUNNING LEWIS T J RANSDELL C F BROTZGE CBwaocexwceacwoaowaaac IO XI nn All Ready An II Enthusiastic Season s BEAUTIFUL t Spring Carpets Good Rugs Best of Linoleum Stylish Wall Paper An assembly so great and grandas to please every purse and taste HUBBUCH DROSij WEaENDORFFij H Incorporated 522524 WEST MARKET STREET I IFor the FILTERED WATER I LOUISVILLE SOAP cos I sow I l lrAD rN ovI Roller Skate Time III Here RICHARDSON The best Ballbearing Skate made 400 I WINSLOWExtra heavy rollsUNIO-NHARDWARE Nickel plated ballbearing 300 UNION HARDWARECheaper grade ballbearing 225 Good ball bearing skates lame make 195 Plain steel bearing skates n 95c tz o SKATES REPAIRED NNNNNH 466M P Aal r0it l4NP n WHY NOT i USE THEOl nOME TELEPHONE tIu i DISTANCE TALKS iiL6NGII SarYiet The BassYn p ti c td i C rjYJJ c tJ it i3 i rtnti r- n io 3 DJrf n oiJJ aflIunn e yfc4Jr i- r PLBASAXT SUIIP111SE on Relatives and friends of Robert J NVieland of 2431 Ilowan street surprised P him with a pleasant visit last h Tuesday evening It was his twenty first birthday Ills father Assistan- tire Chief Gregory Sheehan present eu him with a gold watch and his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs John J Dignan gave him a handsome gold chain Miss Marie Wieland and Thomas Dignan entertained with I IW musical numbers and to crown the celebration an elegant supper was served GRAND EUCHRE The members of St Columbas church Thirtysecond and Market streets will give a grand euchre for Uie benefit of tie church at 1fistera Hall Twentyfifth and Market streets on the afternoon and oven ing of Tuesday and Wednesday i March 29 and 30 The ladies of the congregation will serve supper and refreshments The games will bemcalled at 230 oclock in the afternoon and 8 oclock in the evening Tickets are being sold at cents GRAEME MGOWAN ILL Grtieme McGowan Vice President on and Secretary of the Greenbrier Dis tilling Company who was stricken 111 on Wednesday was removed from his home on the Brownsboro road to St Josephs Infirmary on Thursday morning His family and friends are apprehensive as to his condi tion There are few men in LoulsviUe business circles more popular than I Mr McGowanTFORTY HOURS PRAYER With solemn high miss tomorrow morning the Forty Hours adoration will take place at St Cecilias church continuing until Tuesday As this will be the last time to attend these impressive services in the present church it is expected that they will be largely attended by tooth the old J and young of the parish Rev Father Brady will be assisted by a number of the local clergy tt BUSY IRISH SOLDIERS The famous Sixtyninth Regiment of New York believes in keeping busy whether in pence or in war Ad jutant General Nelson II Henry wIi n review the regiment on April 9 the I regiment will attend mass nt St Pat ticks Cathedral on St Patricks day will be a feature of the Hibernian parade on the same afternoon and will give a concert in their armory that evening j TilE MOCKING mnDII I Rehearsals for the production of The Mocking Bird which is to beI given nt Theater under the auspices of the Catholic Woman Liub are progressing favorably Cast and chorus are taking hold of theirI work with alacrity and seal The opera will be given on the evenings of April 11 and 12 JUDGE ROLLERi t l Judge Shaokclford Miller of the First Chancery division of the Jef ferson Circuit Court has formally hnnounced his candidacy for the Ap II611ato bench Judge Miller is as learned as he is popular He will make a wise and a conscientious e member of the Court of Appeals HEALTH BETTER I Letters received this week from Florida bring the welcome intelli1 gence that Col John Hr Whallen Iis enjoying greatly improved health Since leaving Louisville Col WJiBllen has visited Cuba and he says his sojourn in the South has done him a world of good I OPERATIONILouis Hoff who submitted to nn operation for appendicitis at the Deaconess Hospital last Wednesday is said to be progressing favorab y toward recovery Mr Hoff IB a tra cling salesman for Rudolph J Ilaue and his friends are grieved OTtrllal illness Wall paper eleaaer at Xeaaey- ten e cents a don three for twenty iW cents MCAVJW XoKinr vo CHURCH nImot Ihiirmrd Jheir d wwtttlur temr at O gbilpssettt- aito W h to probate ViMfwrt a CP Ii tt 1 0 R Tuesday He devised several thousand dollars toward the Catholic orphan asylum at Covlngton toward reparing young men for the priest ood sari to further Oatholio Indian I missions The rest of his estate amounting to 30000 he left to his Widow HIBERNIANS St t They Have Been Dolrg tile Put WeekGeneral- News of be Note The Ladies Auxiliary of Indian spells will hold a big initiation at St Josephs naIl tomorrow afternoon 11 The division at Jlornell N YI will have an elaborate banquet on St Patricks day with the+ Ladles Aux- ilIary as guests of honor Every Hibernian in Louisville should be at St Patricks church toaorrow morning and thus show their loyalty to God and their grand old order Division 1 meets Tuesday night when President Walsh will report tits complete programme for the imifticiUo and lecture at Macauleys March 20 The division at Richmond lad will observe the feast of their patrona saint by attending mass in a body on trigbanquetThe County Board met in special session Thursday night at Bertrand Hall which was too late for the pro to be given in this issue hey will appear next week Under the auspices of Division 1 of there was on excellent and largely attended celebration of 1Emr11thethe order and indications point to the largest crowd ever attending a St Patricks day event In the history of Milwaukee Members should secure their ickets for the musicale and lecture on March 20 without delay and tips scald a rush on that evening Every sent Is numbered therefore those who come first will have the choice Division 2 will meet next Friday wIlenIo on mat fete that concern Jts future Presi dent Portland Secretary Keaney request the presence of all the mem hers The divisions and auxiliary of South Bend Ind will celebrate St PatrIcks day with a banquet at the Elks Temple Judge Timothy ilIoIand will net as toastmaster and lion Daniel E Kelly of Valparaiso willI be the speaker of the evening Monday flight Division 4 will meet In Bertrand Hall and it is the earnest wish of President Hennessy and the officers that every member j who possibly can do so will attend The and reports will be of more than ordinary totfrost Tomorrow morning the division and auxiliary at Washington Ind will receive holy communion in ti body and on the evening of March 17 will march to St Simons church bytheirgntJlerlbgInSaturday pvenlng In commcroration at the of Robert Emmet The affair was arranged by the County Board and among those who delivered addresses were Gov Bber hart Hibernians and Catholics vill shun such stores as exhibit postal cards and souvenirs that are an iinI religloThereI placeinn that a few protests would put an end to the sale of the offendin articles Following their usual custom Buffalo Hibernians will have their lady and gentlemen friends as guests at their St Patricks day banquet at ythe Hotel Statin Right Ben M F electr of London aid Very Rev Father Ker I pecla1guestllC1f I The Ladies Auxiliary will meetI Wednesday Hjgfcjb At Falls City Hall Plans tor flu jswnijer will toe submitted and discussed iidI the session proiiiaeg to be an inter eaatIlhgO f AY antainmeM t- e lw i S4lN to p1tJleeJnber8 asp etr lrieadts i1 also a t r- r tM 0 tI c t1 a bI a LCC hKaF ti HBXUY SOHWIKTEUS IMlKOVKS Henry Schweiters former Official Indexer of Jefferson count and who recently became a traveling salesman for the Pabst Brewing Company is slowly but it is believed steadily imprtAing from an opera Ilea for an attack of appendicitis Mr Schweiters was stricken While in Indiana He was hurries to Louis villa last Saturday and removed to Josephs Infirmary where the operation was performed Isis host friends hope that his recovery will complete and permanent FIREMEN INJURED En route to a fire in the High loads on Tuesday morning the No engine collided with a telegraph pole The engine was overturned and James Garrlty driver sustained such severe injuries that it was found expedient to remove him to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Thomas Mclaughlin the engineer nd George Knm the stoker were only sightly bruised At last ac counts all were doing well WILL SEW FOR ORPHANS A number of Catholic ladies of Louisville have organizes a sewing society for the benefit of St Yin cents Orphan Asylum Mrs August I llopko has been elected President nd Mrs John J Barret Vice PtcslI sent The ladles of the society ex pect to hold meetings at stated times land to make clothing for the orphans NEW PAMI GARDEN I James the former Cap thin of pollee is engagedMn the gro cery and saloon business with Will lam Brenzinger On March 17 St soy Jimmy proposes to open a Palm garden as an annex to place and invites all his old to visit him that nftcrnoon and evening There will be music and n real Irish stew for all callers FIRST ANNIVERSARY Thursday Was the first anniversary of the death of James 11 Campbell for many years President of the Par ocular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society and the Very llcv P M J Rock celebrated mass for the repose of Ill soul Many of his old friends and former colleagues in the St Vincent de Paul Society were present at the requiem mass TMASONIC THEATER The Masonic Theater will present William Faversham and Ms company of 200 people in two plays the first four says of next week with Wednesday mainee The engagement will open with Herod one of theI greatest productions seen hero this season and will close Thursday with The Winding Way a play of the South GAME TO SECURE AID John C Flanagan formerly Supei intendent of the American Car anti Foundry Company Jeffersonvllle now holding a similar position with the Danville 111 branch of the Brill Company spent several says iin Jeffersonvllle this week lIe re Lturned to Danville with a number of competent machine hands ENGINEERS AUXILIARY The Grand International Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers will givQn euchre at Kings Hall Third and 0 streets on Wednesday afternoon and ovenin gj- March 30 The afternoon game will1 be called at 230 oclock and the nsevening game at 8 oclock Tickets are being sold fct twentyfive cents DANCEgDivision 2A0 H Is planning to give a dance in its hall first and Market streets on Friday evening April 15 The price pf admission will be twenty itve cegfa Details will be announced llater Keaaey Bed 2iu iarg bottle with brush twentY fIvasnt NEW CANADIAN DIOCESE According to advises iron Jtcmo to the Vatican his accepted the views of the Bishops of the prvhcEloflt exeaiesi aitapoetoliai iricarkte ai jItsaisnd f i t U 11 sa I- JItann 0 T NB Corner Third Jefferson i LOUIS d71CraCtb For FORJ Extraordinary Values SPRING SUITS 1500 Suits 1000 Ladies Suits made from a strictly pure wool striped worsted The coats are lined with satin collar trimmed with moire silk Skirts are made in a pretty plaited style These suits are equal to many offer d elsewhere for 1500 As an opening flyer we offer them for SIOOO 2000 Suits 1500 Ladies Suits in worsteds serges shepherd checks etc Unusually handsome in style and quality Coats are lined with guaranteed satin Skirts are made in new plaited styles There is not a suit in this lot worth less than 2000 As a great special we place them on sale for 1500750 Skirts limX498 j I models Clothes twentyfive Macauleys ANNOUNCES Minneapolis proceedings anniversary tbiilJprlfl Klnnarriey IChiffon11111GREEN STAMPS WITH ALL PURCHASES 1111 IIII GATHOFS1111 IEIIIII n I fWHENflWANTI s PRINTING Bill Heads Circulars Check Drafts Cards BlanktWork Pamphlets Blanks Notes Etc 7 I I We are prepared to handle your Printing 9 English or German LOUISVILLE l ANZEIGER CO StreetL11I MUSIC IN THE HOMES at all times essential and there Is no time woes it Is ap preciated roots titan lathe summer A FARI ADOBOIILIAN PIANO will supply this music If there Is HO one in the fatally thsitt electionaare stampedort the roll showing anyone just eXMNy how to secure the proper expression Come la and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecillaBMONTENEQRORIEHM r MUSIC CO J U TI t i B IUFi7iltiT HI l R3YLT8 Lto whu 11rlIIA1t0 t fcmwzs a I fI 1 o L rl C 0 Q rt o P Pf I o K trO y AME CANA 0 u a o rdt 1 Quality z 7 I WHISKEY fI S BOTTLED IN BOND r o 1 The PhiL Hollenbach Co I V 7 Incorporated 0I 8 DISTILLERS Louisville KyS td VlVVVVVVV1V= rJ rmf JrA RI STEWART M H STEWART r TWfRT BROS I Carpenters and Builders JOBBING PERSONALLY AND PROMPTLY ATTEDED TO Home Phone 3047 Cumb Main 564a 416 GREEN STREET Bet Fourth and Fitfh I ways tM rm- I = NNINN001110NIN11104111NNIIIIIIt114NNN1 Home Phone 3910 i FRANCIS EXCHANGE i M4IKEi FRANCIS Proprietor I1 tod1 Wines and Liquors i Imported and Domestic Cigars i 1 1900 Portland Avenue ii N4N11 +0011IIINNIINI + I+IS114NINNNNN- i Both Phones 2238 We Qlv Green Trading Stamps HULSKAMP BROSf Cut Rate Druggists PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT N W Cor Sixth and Kentucky Streets t3fW08o8 GNi Gl3 S HOME PHONE 2955 JOHN CUNEO Proprietor Ia t 1 CU NECS CAFE tS tSSEA FOODS IN SEASON j EachDrinkJ Streetk ifxypisyjy Qii r tta UNION SHOP Home Phone 5309 I I4 Iii HARRY DOERR s i tI I = Practical Horse Shoer t to r Manufacturer of All Kinds ofrt Light and Heavy Spring Wagons t t L WAGON ANW GAllRIAGE PAINTING J 1716 1718 and 1720 PORTLAND AVENUE t to i 01 roW l 11NINNINNIINNO INNINNNNNINeN 1IN0i1 1 JOHN J BARRY fr S IJOON Z 4 if 4 FINE WINES AND LIQUORSCIGARS AND TOBACCOS iit S lYIir++ 4 4 + + ++ 34t S NiNNNiN1tN14-r i I + K rG ALBERT ja RICHARDS EUCLID STABLEl- 4tLit ry Saleand Boarding SUbU r AccIuIOf + ler 8gtk JfItH SpeCil AUtUIIJO t MriltlcJii+ 1 EMtftslt AlTY MME SiMiNifr I r rBI Tea ntoHR iu c ll 1 652654 W Jffer4aln ISt 119 W GrtenSt l 0040 U ttJl + Hf cSU a r Dr lo 0 0Oa 1 WHO IS WHO Ixiulsvlllo anil Kentucky Resldc I Mako Man jr Anxious tttrieeG9 Irish Americans are Watching l Iicrelopmcnts in 1arllnment 9a V t ConiiJJeio lilst 1 ftii Msli Members 4 JhuVKcdmoiul PLEDGED TO STICK TOGET- NV Every one of the thirtytwo co Iill ties of Ireland Is represented among the residents of Louisville and Ken tucky and all are pleased with the prospects for home rule for Ireland but they would like to know who from the various counties Instance the Very Rev Father Po M J Rock will be pleased to learn that Dr Chprles ONell has been elected from Armaugh John Browne wants to hear from Mayo Jerry Kavanogh Tim OSulllvan and Dan Morlarlty want tq know whos who In Kerry Judge ODoherty and WIlllaniM HIgglns want to hear from Leltrlm Cols Michael Mul doon and John McAteor will vouch that Ixmth Is ably represented Jack Keneflck Is asking about Cork Mark Anthony Rawley Is Inquiring about Tipperary and there are many In qulrles as to the personnel of the men from Galway satisfy all It Just as well to ifrothe entire Hst of the Irish Par f party Jntfludlng T P OConnor who was reelected from Liverpool The list Is as followsiArmaghDr Q i Nell re otected Belfast Joseph Devlin reelected Carlow Michael Molloy Cavan Vincent P Kennedy re elected Glare WilliamI Redmond reelected Col Arthur Lynch reelected rkAugustlne Roche reelect efl Captain Donelan reelected Ed IZDonegalEdwnrd J Kelly Philip J ODoberty reelected Hugh A Law reelected J G Swift Mac Neill reelected DownJeremiah MoVeagh re elected Dublin Patrick J Brady Joseph IP Nannettl reelected Timothy Har rington reflected William Field reelected James J Clancy reelected Fermanagh Jeremiah Jordan reo cleMcdGahvl1rWllllam OMalloy re elected William J Duffy reelected Jtidl and Hazletdn reeleoted John Roche reelected Stephen Gwynn re electedKerryJohn P Boland reelected Michael J Flavin reelected Eu gene O Sullivan Thomas 6Donnell reelcteij Kljdaro John OConnor reelect ed Denis KUbrlde reelected Kilkenny Michael Meagher re elected Matthew Keating reelected Patrick OBrien reelected Kings County Edward Havlland reelo4tedLeltrlmtFranois E Meohan re elected Thomas F Smyth reelected LJmberlck Patrick J OShaugh nesgy reelected Thomas Luno- roalectod Michael Joyce re electea UverI1001TP OConnor re elected LngtonlJamos P Farrell r elected John Phillips reelected Loutb Joseph Nolan reelected Mfiyo Daniel Boyle William Do rte John Dillon reelected j reeleeloDaYsdd l l Swpaghan James C Lardner r olepea NOwry Joseph J Mooney re ilecsd Quos County William Ifelarty reell fed Patrick A Tieehancr e ele i Ro common Tames J 0Kelly reoI elected jTohn P Hayden reelected SHpoWThdinaS Scanlan roelected John ODowd reelected Tlpperary Michael Hogan reo elected John Hackett John cumI1 j I nan reolc ted t Tbol1as J Condon re elected I elected Tyrone Tttomas M Iotteer Wnterford James J OShee r elected PatWck P Power reelected I John E Redmond reflected I Westmeath Sir Walter Nugen 1 reelected Wexford Str Thom O Esmonde Peter F French rfI Wlcklow James OConnor reo elected John Muldoon reelected UXIQUB PLBA J 1 proprlctorunlque plea to avoid secure an acquittal In the Police Courtpf his town last week Han o charged with selling liquor with a license and s l11nglt on unday He proved that lira Zorc his wife was in the habit of taldn nviltt frs tote was about to batlifji In twot gallons of whisky when the police raided the house and seized the jug ilr Zora was acquitted HERES TO DAD tl o The versatile editor ot the Pious cola Review says Wa happened In t home the other night slid over the parlor ioor RW- UelM11oI worked in letters SDI edi What Is Home Without Mother o Acro4e tke mw fetHr1HI t God alOur HowV on Tfvw iwaatV matt rsHrtttii iflod w Our DiirA He lf U ttp earth =HU tb ftreboJlan emt Red iIioft the dew o the sera wJtk in life boots Jijle many H othw le- rlltwpta by d He nsluw llj JWWtlr aaf for t k ua tr the eaar i I TfCn n i Il t- t 1 r I ttif milk man n4 thebaker and IhisI pile 1 la badly worp iwfojre he has b homo an hour aba If there iiauolso during t night dud Is kicked in the back arid made io go down stftlra to find jtliQ darnstsIn the first place and the needles a the yarn afterward Mother does the fruit well dad bought It 111p and jars and sugar cost like the m chief tihoand draws the neck from the rUins after everyone else Is served What Is Home Without a Mother Yes that is all right but what Is home without a father Ten chances to one Its a boarding house father Is under a slab anhl the landlady Is the widow Dad heres to youyou got your faults your may have In of embut youre all right and wo will miss you when youro gone- IIEr1TEDSEASON ERii icic nn Ice and Storage v r Com11 IIrOne of the principal reasons d the remarkable and olio growth Louisville and also the wide n cityfcan Ice and Storage Company th which none does more toward ma sultryEson More valuable molt could not found than the representatives this concern The strict tntegrl and remarkably sound judgment of this institution is n guarantee fo the success of nay business enter prise rho American Ice and Stor ago Company has constantly bet tercel its service and as n result they have now one of the finest and nw uptodate foel factories and co storage plantain the country Their excellent service and liberal metho are appreciated by the general pu Ho and Louisville has saran to feel proud oJt such a well managed ent terprlse This v qfVmpnny has a capacity of 250 tons of Ice daii which will be increased if necessary They can handle any order from the greatest to the smallest and the prices are always reasonable nn1 fair It is a well known fact that thlsjompany Is a leader in Its line and since the date of its incoptii its prominence and popularity havo constantly increased PO that tod I it is recognized as holding first place among the tee manufacturing plants south of the Ohio river The officers are Charles J OConnor President John T Gnraghty Seer tart and Treasurer Pat Regan Su perintendent of Delivery Offices and plant ore located at the northeast corner of Floyd and Pearl streetII and can be reached over both phones 297 COUNTY ASSESSOR nAnny Edward A Barry the present County Assessor of Jdffcrson county made a great fight against oppar cntlv overwhelming odds durIng thn banad man to hold so important an office vi hk fTihiiiii mnii ci nor nnrViltt undolanded him in office by a handsome injorlly Previous to assuming the office bu1r fjiiriillnrizcd himself with his duties He then appointed Jqsiij h E 1tnrno tat a former dop foeloedby I the appointment of n Corps of other able men Mr hurry saw to it that ovary man lie appointed j wits n loyal Democrat He is making nn excellent record and Is duo to prescntterm j THVlJIFOL ASSBhTIONV r 1 1 qll1I1tollIstreets at night It is then thcycaT9t their lot in when itt any moment trulikely to faL from grace All good and npble trieler mothers are there counteracted and nullified They learn nothing that la goodbut everything bad TIle boys who spend their evenings in the d 6ahooks e hope of this republic they will fll1our legislative and con gresslonal halls and sit Jn judgment upon men and measures while tbeyt penltettttariesc asylums Parents who arc region deltidI j bowed down heads in tho jvwaltening years that will Inevitably follow GRtVClOVS GIFT TO BOYS anrounces that Icon Richard C Kerens the new United States Ambassador AustrjaIIunjfary halt plvcn 30000 to the home for nawsbpyaI metropolisbyFather Director will use the money o buy a summer home for the boys n a farm adjacent to St Louis J TUJntLER GARDEN =After the glass has boon filled with water cut i piece of cotton batting tlyScatf9 the wool txt put ille tumbler IH the dark+ Jttrtern days the rents can be seen lltiotaicte the tband a tbrrreenp1 1ttj alsaror Jbe water tM rlaiVTiH need to ism Iwok4 toll adfllnir it ieampoonfiil car fallyj l Moo or three 1t1Aeeeuly0keK t t1M- i I lfprd wua Urt a i ii1U nd frI iJ s T ROLLICKING Irish Song And Its History Told WittyL1P Isii i Old Air Playedon tlioYloNri Gave v Idehfor the Popular Dltty v Originally Ptihlh It Jn 1882 a retbCi 7iuslqI fis + Sbll TJ EnjoyedC HOW THE GREAT SONG GOES rilrred Perclval Graves tells In- little a agoorsonosleighall areIscountryaft Is QtkGraves first heard It played on tunsterbo btYpanlment The air lingered In his thOughts with many recollections of his Munster homo and It was when he met an Irish priest who was of the old school and who possessed t cumulative humanities of the o hold ralllcklidwhich put his feet In rythmlc move youthbconceived the Idea of writing Father OFlynn The words came Into h head ns he walked to the Homey Office from Eastbourne terrace reaching his desk be wrote down the verses and sent them to the Specta tor by which It was first printed was not published until 1882 wh it appeared in its authors welt known collection Songs of Old Ire land The success thereafter was assuredly The song as written by Mr Graves Is ns follows Of priests we can otter a cliarmln variety Far renowned for lamlu and piety Still Id advance ye without 1Im propriety Father OFlynri as the Slower x f them all Chorus Herb health to you Father OFlynn Slaintle and slalntle and slaint ngaln- Pawerfulest preacher and Tenderest teacher and Kindliest creature In ould Donegal Dont talk of your Provost and Fel TBVS of Trinity Famous forever at Greek and Latin Dad and the DtvlU and all at Dlviltl Father OFlynnd make hares thgm all Come I venture to jlve ye my wbrd ofhls1ogfowallhenrd Down from mythology Into tbayology Troth nndcbncology If hed the cal Chorus Och Father OFlynn youve the wo derful way wld you All ould sinners are wIshful to pray old you All the young children are wild f- nil tto ploy with you FnthertStill for all youve so gentle a soull Gad youve your flock li the grand est control Checking the crazy ones Coaxln onalsy ones LUtJn the IlaKv ones on old the stick Chorus tad though quite avoiding air foolish frivolity SHU at all seasons of innocent jollity Where was the playboy could claim nIl equality At comicality Father old 0111 Once the BUhOpflooked grave at you r jest Till this retuork set him oft wld tho rest Is IIt lave gaiety All tQ the laity Can hot the clergy be Irishmen ij to01 I iiiNxixo ACCOUNTS This is one of the most cxtraVa gant methods of housekeeping yet = many otherwise just and Ijind hits 7 bands force this system on their 1 family In this they are both blind J and cruel and the question of money matters is n very serious source of trouble between husbands and wives No woman should be subjected to he humiliation of asking the trades = J1 people to trust her where her hus J1 hand will not It she is not to beJtrusted with money necessary for i1 household and personal expenses the J1 I t husband has no right to brand her = with this discredit A wife has PS J much right to the Income as her bus j ltandtf she looks after household matters and it ii often a shortsighted policy on the part of the I provider to tempt the woman to dc capful methods of getting absolutely I necessary funds for the peQessary cpeJl1 No honest hlghmindea IWOItu1 will tamely nlrbmYt to the humiliation if she sees tnyttrlyout and if the woman Is not to be trusted with money In hand she surely is sharp enough to get it by collusion with the tradespeople No roan would submit to his employers wjthv tJthlnjakca a wise use of It WIOTUNING CLOTHES Take e nal parts of kerosene and togetherCoe ddedtbd the soapsuds in Tyhioh ctothcs era boiled will tee foutid to have metal eleiniuy 4pqij1fub3f1t in O Iietit iron 1M 1- acy tAjtwit to uthJt J tIII c 1- Li r ht i Airfur t BE SURE TO CALL FOR D McKENNAWHISKY rr IT IS ALWAYS PUREE tdy01 t ARTHUR A WILL a a y BUILDER It y r i f a Repairing Done Phone 4310 ji yt tt- an r f STRrETI t r 00 l r r VfX3X THOMAS Ee CAMFIELD C CORNIA SALOONl f 1 faOnly the Best of Wines Liquors and Cigars i OnWARM fcUNCII DAILY HOME PHONE 3588 ItN W Corner Floyd and Main Streets j C93 W y 93WWWM MV AAAAAAA ykAA ttl D Burton=Whayne Company rxoonrotexnn CAPITAL STOCK 3000000 REAL ESTATE HOUSE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS and APPRAISERS Special attention to Auction Sales Valuations Loans and Renting i of Real Estate Repairs made and taxes paid for property owners IeREFERENCESFidelity Trust Co Louisville Trust Co Southern National Bank and German Bank i BOTH PHONES 1010 j 127129 S FIFTH STREET Bet Main arid Market txxy CtO Vj8330C Aherns Saloon IIFineI Wines Liquors Tobacconi StsJ orHome Phone 1765 Clay and Main V88tfQX i M o fj H A KRAFT 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Fresh Beef Veal MLl ton Ji DRIED TONGUE CORN DRIED AND SPICED BEEF Both Phones 791 fa a Y Still No KentucKy IKa1rIlet Fifth and Green Sts jj- sWWFWMWMWW + +o j I Home Phone 74281 Give Me a Call a jXtr 11 kr i MATT X3AGAN a i i I Wines liquors Cigars Tobacco I y i JR COR SHELBY AND MAIN srs4+ x x4x xH XXXX H FRANK E MUTM p IS STILL IN THE Fifth Street Market tta i i J aahenei aS2 1 0 6 t vaYS CAFED B 6A tI I FINE WINES AND LIQUORS t t HOT LUNCH ALL DAY 7111FLPTH lN 31t FERSON AND GREEN r n Qu D n u tl- ii ff- ca f-f- t a t mm Mn ii u J T 0 I V n IJDKENT a y imiUtI j J 44+ 4t4 +4+++ 4+ 4+ 4+ + + 4 MONUMENTS In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer 1 our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and I MULDOON MONUMENT CO 318320 WEST GREEN STREET I 44+4+ +++ 4 4 ++ + +++ 4 t + 4 + + TS 6 444 ++ 6 6 ++ 4 + ++ 4 I J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBJ1 FUNERAL jAND EMBALMERS I I CarrUna Furnbbed I en Short Notice 1531 W MARKET STREET i I asaasssasssnsnsasnsssaaI+ + 4 + 4 + 4I + + + + + 4 + t4 + + s It4 + + + + t + + + + + + + + 4+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnahc4 for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETIn- TELEPHONE 810 f I I t I t t ft t t 4 1 + 4 f t I 44I I I I t 1 t 4 1 + + I 4 4 I I I I + 1 + 4 + 4 + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East JtIain S1reetr 4 ++44s4 + 44 + f4f + 4tiftI + 4 +t444444 + f4IItt4t44 + tt+ + 4t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELMOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT f Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or NightV 1231 WEST MARKET STREET 441 + 4 I + + 4 + 4 + + f + 4 + + 4fttft44 + t + + + 444ff4U1tt4tt4tt f THOMAS KEENAN FnRiralriGtorandEibaiir TELEPHONE 365 Ail cnl promptly attended to day or night CarrUgea furnished for all 1225 W MARK OCCUIOII t i Independent of AH TnderUk6 r VV SCAT IB AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses 11 leotropeEtc Cemetery Work a specialty RE JPNAIILE- PftICESJACOBSCUULZ 11 THE FLORIST 550 S l OURTnAVB etk P11223 PEIITE HOSPITAL nl np1M CARE OF IfMME AN H t SPILEPTICPATIEITL- bS Q iHaton of Mercy of irs6ayni Indv own and manage private bo pitlq for1 the care sn4 treatment of Ic nne and oo pilkic patlcaU Botbni41e and female patieat1lm admitted Kates very rM ovablc Pcivfurther particulars apply tp M TfERMARYRElINA riIItCX110PT L St rluAvesiM Jsftinipifl lid MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class IJRIHENDRICKS DENTIST 436 West Market Street CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FODRTP AVENUE Balk TelephoMea JON All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteedV Frak J Kscttler At J Arts KACHLER ARTS 3CAFElti Old Kentucky Dew- S lea Years Old BottM IB d- Qi1 1ints 5Oe lliiliPiai SSc NL E1Ier1ttI iii riLov4e Xy Ottos RBstaBrantllt OTTO Bi YbNrrKHHW MttL20 LUNCK 1- koDyiD6NjtShprt Qrdrs W4 jjwlcr Service Oyttwrs la Season 445 Wet Jefferson Strt- J VVV ll r i t f 1 woitPlly CAUSE Euchre and Supper For Benefit of Needy Parish The Indies antI gentlemen of Holy Cross congregation have completed arrangements for theV euchre and supper which will be gl cninStAnthonys lInn Avehtvtliird and Market street on the afternoon and evenjng of Euster Monday March 28 The euohre ffnincs ylll be callcctntj 230 und rt S30 oclool be served by the ladles from 5 until 7 oclock Many amusing features will entertain those whp do not care for euchre Holy Cross church on West Broad way 1Is one of the younger churches of the city but the congregation In steadily Increasing1 In membership This will be the first entertainment given for the benefit of that church The Her Father John Sheridan rind his parishioners Invite nil Catholics to rnerrheAr rnngemontsis coxnposeiL of Squire George Berry Edward Brcnnan Joseph Fontnnn rank Gathof and Edward Ilatterman Prize Committee AnthpijJ Gerst John Duttllnger Will Horn Edward JVulf Joseph Deeken and the Misses Weiss Kntertnlnmeiit Alderinan It J Campbell Thomas Wellington IJLenimnnVTickets and advertising Thomas D Clines Klchard Whltty and Charles BakerVThe ladles of the congregation will serve supper and refreshments UNIQUE IttJG Of Irish Soil Will Form rooting Por the President Chicago Ifeilhare up and doing vlion if coinoa to coeirting St Patriots day Kow tlnt thc have secured the promise of President Taft to be with themon March 17 they have arranged to have him Hoc ture before the Irish Fellov8hip Club on a carpet of Irish shamrocks A block of sod twelve fcet square will come from Ireland and upon this Iresident Tart will stand when representativeIrishmen The Irish Fellowship Club has in structed Edward II Lalilff n former Chicago newspaper mdnnOv resid IIljtpimmol1intel are growing The plhce whence this sod is coming is the sloping sward of the bill that overlooks ancient Inber Slandl where Erlmon the son of Milesius landed in 1300 B C and established the Gaels in the western world After the banquet the sod win be presented to one of the Chicago parks where it will be pre served CAItDlAT Gmnoxs ACCEPTS Cardinal Gibbons has accepted the hvltatlon of Archbishop Druchesl of Montreal Canada to attend the first American General Eucharistlc Congress of the Catholic Church to be i01d in that city in September The congress promises to be one of the most Important gatherings of recent years In the Catholic church on this side of tho Atlantic and hundreds or high ofllclals of the church will be present The apostolic delegate sharIrettlI j cresting questions pertaining to the jI church will be discussed AsVthe head of the Catholic church in America the Cardinal will he a conspicuous figure and will take an active part in tho congress The event citybychurch and civic The government officials will no doubt Jake some part In the civic demonstrations DONT SCOLD For the sake of your children dont do It Itis n great misfortune to have children reared in the pres ence and under the influence of a scold The effect of the everlasting complaining anti faultfinding of such pomona is to make the young who hear it unamiablo malicious pnllousheartcd and they Qftcn learn to take pleasure in doing the very tblngo for which they receive such tonguelashings As they fire always getting the blame of wrpngdolng whether they deserve it or not they think they might as well do wrong an right They lose nil ambi iow to strive for the favorable opinion of the faultfinder sInge they see they always strive in vain Thus n scold iis not only a nuisance but n de stroyer of the morals of children If these unloved dreaded people could only see themselves as others see them they would flee to the mountains in very shameV MEN VyiIO MADE GOOD I have on my desk says the writer a list of l06p successful JysuccessfulIbut men who have given us new cone ceptions of steam electricity conr struction work education art etc These ate the men who 1 influence our moral as well oa our physical lives Thty construct for better things JIow these men started in work is interesting Their first foothold in work ig a line study Three hundred started aa farm era sonsV meslselJlferbaYIJ r0n hundred were printers al1prentice I one hundred were apjireHticed In manuf ctoriei Fifty ltepf the bottom of r1l- wy workVJFiity pnv ftyMd irMlthjr purentJi U give itkieifl g44r o IKWATODS To inak potateu whltI and taealjr fJOritmidlthe ptt N biekd ot keeping flitm eo ntA webi- iakee them rateryt uncover atIt- oss up and down in lttle until they become whit Del 11 V t Jn- FI d1 tI t SOCIETY DIRECTORY AOHDIVISION 1VMeets at Pats City Hall on First and Third Tuesday fresidentrThomns Walsh MurphyKecordlng P Laivler Financial SccretaryThoS Dola- nrreasurerTliomns Keehnn Sr SergeantatArms Louis Itoller- Sentlnel DavId Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First nnd Third Friday lied Mens Hall First and Market PresIiIentC J FpYd Vico Tresldent Itaymond Dare t Recording1 Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary John tKeaney TreaburerrJoseph tich SergeantatArms David M Murphy Sentinel1W1lUam Nash DIVISION 3 Mewls I First 4nd Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick TL Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Itocordlng Secretary Thomas J Stevens Financial Secretary John G lies sionreasurerDnniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas 4oo- nSergeantatztrznsJanuia P Stevens r DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday B Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Henncssy Lyn4hJIOattiall J Langan o Assistant Financial Scofetari D J Jtojlly According Secretary John J W1nnVTreasurer Harry Brady CuUngJlnDT Outside Sentinel Mlohaql MoDer JnoU v DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIIJLE iMeets on the First and Third Tues days nt Pfaus Hall LoleVice Murphy llecording Secretary Iltigh Mc Jrody Financial SecretarYJ E Cole JrTreasurer Bernard A Coil FlahertyInside Y MX MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ifeets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 South Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice President Frank L LanahanVSecond Vice President Sherldy Junlff Recording Secretary Robert Os borneV wmlamAFinancial iseoretary Frank 0 Adams Treasurer Dan Weber Marshal Allen G tVobben Inside Sentinel A C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart LADIESAre IWe BringIwill cleab dye and reblock them to look like new We tire Still at our old stand but In cur new building equipmentThirty ord You know us I Falls City Straw Works Banister A Co Pops 713 WEST JEfFERSON STREET HEROIC WORDS Prom a Masterful Mind Should Lead Us Upwardr Would you like to know of a grand herp Then rend the story of Chrysostont before the Roman Em peror who had just threatehsd him with banlshjnent if he stilt remained a Christian Thou canst not for the world Ja my Fathprs housc thou cqnst not banish me Ohrysostojn replied 44lfut I will slay iJhecsai the Emperor Moy thou canst not said the terete Christian for my life Is hid with Christ in God I will take away thy treasures threatened the Emperor Nay thdu cant riotj for in tfco first place I have none that thou Jmowestof My treasure Is in heaTcn anti my heart is there was the replyVDut I will drive thee away from nan and thou shnjt have no friend left continued the Roman Nay and that thou canst not once snore tIme noble Christian nn swered for I have a FrieridL in heaven from whom thou cans npt separate me I defy th elthe1 1 isI nothing thou canpt do to hurt me- ylri8 he not a grand old Christian hero And why should we today worry so much about Jwvjngr the good opinion of others Why ehpuld we is1ana cringe to those who Mve wealth pr power Why should WIIel our soul for the bribes pf fered bj pu4 lks utility corporationI tint plunder und owreour fellow men Why hoald yr crave political prefenoect t tt e expense of our honor to the detriment andnry ot1n to iJte Josg of oUr biaW Why whould v141 deny Duptvlne V wier tteiora n1M asbad lo live op to 1le pr pta pi opir rellfton or 11 per IADCC ir proMil Mt openly 1r1ng gTeeter fllpgrroe1 appn tfrtiIiJie eviV cjoample Ifiat we give to others NEW QUAKTEllS 1 Sarto Council Will Soon Move llHonle I ll Sarto Council Y M1 1 of Oweittl boro has decided to meetV every week except during Holy Week until atye the coming Initiation In formation was received that thonew quarters for the council would be ready for the Easter Jtonday ball and the j news was hailed with d light Plans for the ball will ho be pushed to completion At thd latest meeting one member was re celved and one member wilt bo olK ifgalcd at the next meeting EverY member present promised to have at least one member In the Class at the probablyhOThe report of the Insurance corn mlttee which adjusted affairs Inci dent tq the recent fire in Y M t quarters was received and time coin mlttee discharged The challenge of Mackin Council to a debate hall Suffrageisby Mackln For time next two weeks the members of Sarto Council will question that Macklns members would visit Owonsbpro on a special train A speplal programme will be arranged for the Farewell hjoetlng on March 17 The officers wish to make It a rousing affair BO that nil Owensboro members of the Y M T pMhomefor the pool tables LEASED IJAlfIeLL i St Xavlers Ball Teamils Arranging For L Season I StvXavIorB Baseball Club wl1hi- s piade up of the flower of the yo irig athletes of St Xaviers Collage IBS secured the lease of Dusty Rhoilee 1 Park for the coming season The team will be under the manngoirfont atM J Musselman and has nffli lated with the following slxt 4m TxjilnIng Institute New Albany University and St XavIers Mr Musselman will coach and act as manager The pea son will open on April 16 The park la at Twentysixth and Broad nfil9 foljowlng boys will try forftho I team Weber and Scully catchers Hagan Harrlgari Haag King RIdge and Con pitchers Voorand OLeary first base Hlftelna and Larkins sec end base McCloskey shortstop Shelley and Gleaspn third baoj Parker right field OLeary center field Gleason captain and left field avnniNATs AXXIVEHSAUYJf The centenary of the birth of thej late and Illustrious John McCIoskey first Catholic Cardinal In the United States will be celebrated on Wednes day April 20 It was Intended orlgl nally to hold the centenary exerdlses on March 10 the actual date of his birth but on account of Lent a post ponement was necessary Cardinal McCloskey was consecrated titular Bishop of Axlere and coAdJutor Jo- the Bishop of New York In 1844fc0n May 21 1847 he was transferred td the diocese of Albany On may C 1864 he was named Archbishop of New York andon March 15 fI71 he was created Cardinal under the title of Sancta Maria Supra Mjrier yam He died on October 10 1S85 REASON TO HE PUOUD P fc I Catholics have reason to be pSjud of the fact that race prcjudfcQ idB contrary to the spirit of their tfllfr ion At the close of the fifteenth nlqipstdisappearednations the iniquitous traffic Y ih men from Ethiopia bSgan Thi infamous commerce was after yhrd palled the African slave trade and was propagated enormously ini tho colonies Thereupon Pope Sffer Pope from Plus II in the fifteenth century to Supreme Pontiffs oour own time issued encyclicals nnd promulgated anathemas ogilnst tne barbarous and inhnman treatment of human beings The Holy See con demned the African slave trade years before the discovery of Amor lea HINTS FOR THE JUOME t In mal lng knit pie when they boil over sprinkle some salt in the oven and it will not sinell If a lamp wick dots not move easily in the bolder draw out onO or two threads from one side A wire brush is excellent for clean- Ing milk bottles anti a little soda In the water sweetens them Even a dishcloth may pipve expen typhoidIfTo keep cejery fresh n Jong time wet a towel inco1d water wrap around stalks then rollin thick pa per put In n cool place fry1igpametiielikes IA clean cloth dipped in hot vater speeUlycleanIt The soft bran acts like soap on- thedirt i 1rnuJr1V By dclnklng rt gla e of cold ater 1yafterrlsIl 1Iti11f13chndIliver or the chronic feonstinkUon from whichl hso 1fulyperSQn safferl WTOTll OVVKE grandMedA enpfui of butter Beat lyr ten punt WIt thu gild onmuhahl euptufof itCtr1 eggs two twiapoonfiils of baking powder Bake slowly s 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Moderate Bro Jam J Dirt All the latest Spring Styles nod Shapes can be found her6 at reasonable prices Call and see usVHENRrL1J1PULSIJ P U L 1V DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gluts1 WiaringAppars1V WORK GUARANTEED phoB 6Js2B Fifth Stret WINES LIQUORS CIAUJ VALS SALOONVAL X BBTBK Pop Hot Lunch every morning lro 6rS to 1230 oclockm44SJJ w- HERRM GHEEN 71 ANN BROS f peJiiEil BINS W1dV3I D L1QUO9P- iatllhrd Dd DeaI t5 lit Finest l raiidi of Kern lucky Whiskii eaipwclaHy Pearl of Nelson 1Ti I I lOZ4T- hTI fk H VHL ts SIXTH 711157V0 o 11 0- 4 I uI4- u y Q u u- ra nt t 6 IRISH P Il1 It- tui F i tt t1t t LEADS THEM ALL rt t t t i H t FEIIRS BEERS r 51 tf i f jN=1 1 ARE STANDARDS IN f sit t S GLASS OR WOOD1 4 y tiii a i Both Phones 467 It s 6 tx rt it itt1J 1 FRANK I FEHR BREWINGI CO rvl = INCORPORATED 1 1Louisvifle Kentucky x- nSrr1 N M Mi M vvvM qtrp M i Sr1uiZj x vvx Xrw x4x XXx1 WN Sr fr iS i i It MADE GOOD Vice President of MackJn Proven Valuable Asset There was a very good attend ance at the meeting of Mackln Cons oil Monday night despite the fact that there were outer attradioos Wet kept some pf the members j 0iy Dr J A Casper was instilled 1h- Vice President w succeed Frank L lAnahan who recently removed upontodent John T Kenney Dr Casper made an admirable presiding officer mod dispatched business like he was used to wleldlh the gavel The committee arranglnfir for the bazar for 8t Cedliaa church report cd progress The Msnafeershlp Cor- nthree alao reported that it had af sfra well in hud The Offers Com mifctea reported tBt reheaiisall- wcrs being JieW for the p rfprcMftmce of non alto Btani and thatJ every tiling was moving jNiUnfactorilT Tlie visembera pfMacld Coindl l wlil approach holy comiaunioa at St GeciliVs ohnreh tomorrow moroing wW A1mOT D 111- eft tJohn M Kaelln OIM of the most hiebly respected members of dh ftwissAmerloan oojmntutby Iiitaoaia vile died at hU aomk f2 Sontk Shelby street Wednesday afternoon and his funeral will take place from St Martins church at 9 oclock this morning He was a member of St Josephs Orpheus Society St Mar tins Benevolent Society and the Oruetll Swiss Society He Is sur vived toy his wife a sop Frederick JCaelin and a daughter Mrs Philip Flelg and four brothers Fred and Martin of Louisville and Frank and Henry of Switzerland Mr Knelln was born in Switzerland seventytwo years ago but came to America half a century ago fl OAU1tEYS THEATER An interesting and notable attrac ton fa announced for the first half wheuMabel now comedy drama The Call of the Cricket the prologue scene of which is laid in Kentucky The play supportingcompiuy1s DOUBLY INDOIWBD Democrats of the JTourth Con gretttonal fH trIct of Kentucky car tairily think iota of 1tpn Den John son their nreaent Jtepr enUtlTe in Congress Tlie Democratie Congre tonal Obmmi ee of tii i PtWrth die triot met at the OW iliMV gatur day aaa indoned Col Jo on for the Democratic t nomlaJoii for CongreM ia November 1911 Afl for Governor IB 1918 hra 81 V a ct- j A4 j COOACOLA One of the most rapidly growing business interests of Louisville Is the manufacture and sale of Coca Cola and General Manager Fred S Schmidt Is constantly pushing his wares pa the market and enlarging his trade The artieleiie makes iis manufactured in conformity with the national pure food Jaws and every ingredient is the purest and best A visit to the Coca Cola plant at1 Tenth and Main streets is instruc tive and entertaining Mr Schmidt with pride bows visit ors into the big plant nail explains the working of the machinery the of the syrups and liow the finished article is bottled and made ready for the trade A few weeks ago a new automatic machine espe dally made for the plant was in stalled at a cost of 35pO This machine washes every bottle thor oughly three times in successions These bottles wove automatically along a conveyer to another part of the mftcMne wfcere they are auto aiatlealty filled sad capped From that point they are conveyed to an Inspector and If found all right are placed In hexes to be sold to the traiTe The bualneM it rowing ratfdly Vnd during the eomlnr summer ea Ion the capacity ofthe i lant will be taxed to fill the Orders aooordlnc to expectation lore long Jt may bee necessary to Install another auto matte machine similar to the one recently purchased Coos Cola is a J rrt1 r refreshing and non Intox1c tting bev erage and its hpld on the people Is growing constantly SEATING CAPACITY Of Eclipse Ball park In creased to Capacity Limit A representative of the Kentucky Irish American visited Eclipse base ball park this week to view the lm provements wihlch have been made during the push two months and can guarantee that the fans will have a park to be proUd of this season and those living some distance seed not stay home on the big days for fear of having to atandas the park now boasts of a seating capacity of 1p000 The grandstand patrons will be greatly phasedat the improve meats in the passage ways which have b ea widened considerably and several exits made in the front of they different MkstibB Jn addition the stand has been increased in eiz and twentyfive more boxes added which will give the hand and boxes a seating capacity of 660P and the bleacher bouttj4000 One s im preed with the idea that the awn a eneni it mini ol a winning team or A y would not have i4 ked the great expenie n oe aary to the many improreinent mode but Judging O 1L1 from the array of talent now train ing at West Baden they need not fear the outcome Ofd ENGINEER 114T4 John McCrory for fortyfour years a member 6f the Louisville Fire de partment and for many years en gineer at the No 3 house is sort ously ill at his home on Main street near Shelby Mr McCrory retired from service id the Fire department three weeks ago He belongs to a pioneer IrisiiAmeriean family of Louisville and there are few men in Louisville that have more friends It is hoped that he will speedily re coyer UAIMFF BUD MOHAN Thomas Bud Moran Bailiff of the Police Court is one of the best known 2roung IrishAmericans in everybodyworthall classes Iti his duty to preserve irder in the Police Court and that he has eertaSnl done with the as sistance of his two deputies Bud Norton atid Clay Hull Although young ia years Jie Js an old head in polities and is extremely popular with the younger element of the Democratic party He was one of the beat baseball players in Louts rilIe a few years agog sad eontinues t take an interest iaT tiril sport splendidretardwisdom of putting young Democrats on guard Previous to entering th- race for the nomination for Bailiff Mr Moran was a Constable and enpacfly while in the performance of his duty- and for a while his life was despaired of Fortunately he recovered in time to make the clean stnd vigorous cam paign that secured his nomination and election REMAINS WITH 1C- It i was officially announced this week that J T Harahan will not re sign as president of the Illinois Cen tral railroad This Is good news to innny Louisville people as well as to employes4Mrby his employee Hei came Into prom Thence first as General Manager pf the Louisville NasKvllle railroad and for many yearst made Louisville his home PEACE AND THE CKOS The laceThe Permanent Court of ArfxitwUon at The Hague alargel ernment It is sn exact copy of the monument erected on oi1e of thee highest peaks of the Jndes in mom ory of the tre ty of jneiaee beMremt Chile and Arentfne The idea of the gift ori nafrerflwiUi the P ce So eiety of Buenos Ayres whiff re oelwdjWOOO Iron the Argentine QflTerwnent fof the purpose C it inn Q NEW MEMBERS Is the Slogan of Those tWho Belong toV No 3 u While many members of Division 3 A 0 H were attending the t meeting of laymen at the CathedralsMonday night the attendance at the session of Division 3 was large In the absence of President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Shoe Ivan presided Several measures for the benefit of the division in par ticular and general good vof the order were introduced discussed and CM1atyBoard workhardthat a large class could be initiated after Easter Sunday Reports were arrangingfqrday The members pledged them selves to approach holy communion at St Patrick church tomorrow arrangementfor entertainment c Theater on Pflitoi Sunday evenlfi LOTS OF not is 1sT3o9kAO1eroagltifnd fo o tbeiUtat e n to seerole th earth r dxtli tir a o j tz C- Je II OJ a n IC f K NtIuO Y IRISH AltJERICAN1 MUSICALE and LECTURE UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Order of Hibernians- At Macauleys Theater SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 20 1910 TICKETS 25 and 35 CENTS PROCEEDS TO BE DONATED TO IRISH PARLIAMENTARYFUND DOUGHERTY LflNNING BEST QUALITY NTTSBURG and JELLICO COAL Hon Phone 1783 Cumb South 907a Office and Yards Cor 7th and Magnolia I FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT I I nome Phone 4961 126 S FIFTH STREET I WILLIAM BORGMANN SELLS AND SnIPS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS All the Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail Family Trade Through Mail Orders a Specialty 114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY CRACKEDAND BUCKLED Thursday Your New Plastering or i If you had used our Diamond Wall it would not have happened KENTUCKY PLASTER CO Incorporated Both rhoitet OM7 First and River Ky Also operating Hoosicr Wall taster Want I Jeflfersoiivllle 1ml rhone 555 s s f Y t1 f= Home Phone 6064 0 J LEVERONE Prop YArt s Ys Leverones Cafe YAy i I N E Corner Sixth and A Y + Y=1 s r0 NEW MASONIC first Four Nights and Wednesday Matinee FAVERSHAMAN- D HIS COMPANY IN TWO PLAYS All performances except Thursday Night Night only Has Cracked Suckled Plaster WALL Loulivlllt Market Streets WM HEROD I The winding Way iIi FOR FurnitureOf j at the Lowest Prices go to I WM FMAYERII 419 W MARKET ST I PETER M ANDRIOT SONS w A60MMAlUfACIURERSI t Ctrriiie RtpalriDlIM Nttir T1m 106 AND 201 WilT amW JTBIET M tVIEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee Miss Mabel TaliaferroI- N THE CALL OFTHE CRICKET J sceneiB e CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Sis We furnish the home comIplete on easy payments WM CAUAGHAN Mjr Sales Dept MORON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO h French Lick Clod Westt Baden Spriifs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO slates and Purler Cars Palace Brawlni I IiISIIpers EHBACQtl D Pp A Ni WCorr Fourth and Market Ste Ioatevttte Ky t MOTION 1JCfUltI Crowded houses are the rule at the Casino Princess and Columbia Thea ters where excellent motion pictures are schwa every afternooa and ev n- ingH Of the pictures are of a hlgl mflerand the result is shown bytho coiVstaiitiy jrorwj g attena Vjnce t Q qBDO ilKLUc live lnlpfuh Tcm+ mtik tttro thirds of uupful QC dArk br WI1t1UPr- J twoI levell teaspoonfiitn of soda pinch of Walt three oupfuls of ffr haan fWmr Bake ono hour En llv atttde 5 a f r i 7ii 1 a I w KENTUCKY WELCOME Will Be Given the Right Rev Dr Denis ODonaghue When He Gomes to Take Formal Possession of the See of Louisville- On Easter Monday I r I J J The New + Biishojx Will Meet the Clergy and Laity of Hisi Diocese in the True1 1 V Relit ilousand Apostolici Styleand Groat Denionstratidn J F Is Promised v vu v ti That the laity of the diocese of Louisville Intend to assist the clergy in giving the right IleV BishOp GDonnghuen welcome to Louisville was very evident from the large at tendance at a meeting of laymen in the basement of the Cathedral on Monday night St Francis Halt as lie it is called was tilled with the men who had come to prepare the way of welcome to tine new Bishop Each tan pastor had appointed seven men In from his parish They were nil there and more too The Very Rev ACL hninistrator J P Cronin called the ob ftljectIbIndluDapoUstian of Bishop ODonaghue and after- u conference it was decided that the 1 111onbf on March 30 An official escort of clergymen and practically all the clergy in the diocese will leave Louis ttinyi home in triumph It is now up to t the laymen to say what they want to do concluded Father Cronin On the platform with lather Cronin were Fathers Schnhmann tock Walsh Raffo Westermann i and others Daniel F Murphy head ntt tho real estate department of the Fidelity Trust Company was elected permanent Chnriman of the laymens i organization William J Klapheke was made Secretary Upon assuming the chair Mr Murphy made a very brief speech of acceptance and said We are here for the laudable pur pose of honoring our now Bishop We ore now open for suggestions David OConncll of the Blessed Sacrament congregation asked for further information 09 to what plans tIle clergy had prepared In rep11J Father Cronin said that the clergy would leave Louisville for Indianapolis on Easter Monday They would bring tile Bishop homo that afternoon or evening and escort him to his episcopal residence at Brook a and College streets On Tuesday morning they Will escort him to the Cathedral for enthronement After that he will celebrate Pontifical mass In the afternoon lie will be given a banquet by the clergy You i I gentlemen concluded Father Cronin can have p procession to meet tIle new Bishop at the railroad Station and escprt him and the clergy to his home you may have a procession to escort him to the Cathedral on the following day you may have whatever demonstration your please on Wednesday or on all HUSH PROVERBS Old Irish Sayings Original is of Many EnglishcAxioms The ancient Kings Brohons aiul Fllcas of the Milesian Irish were men nf great intelligence and wisdom and the sayings of Allamh Foehla FethUl the Wise Moran rind Cormac MacArt were so many terse lessons of human wisdom says the Philadel phia Cathdlle Standard and Timex but it may be information to tho majority of the Irish public of the present day to state that many t- OUr proverbs in present uses are merely paraphrases of the oll Milesian sayings Annexed we given list of genuine Irish proverbs principally translated and literally from Hardmans Irish Minstrelsy which shows the similarity betweei them and modern English proverbs- A blind man is no judge of colors When the cat is out the mice will danceEven a fool lies luck J Fierceness is often hidden funder beauty There Is often anger in a laugh J A good dress often hides asdr ceiver I Fame is more lasting then life A foolish word is folly Mild to the meek Cat after kind Rape consoles the persecuted The satisfied forget the hungryI Long sleep renders a child inert i Not every flattererinfriencL- Diunkenncis the brother of robbery Death Is the physician of the poor Hurry without waste It Is difficult to tame the proud Idleness is the desire of a tool- Look before you leap Thp end of a feast is better thatt the beginning of a quarrel A wren in the hand is better thanI a criine alit of It 1 3Ie who is out his upper cools else memory of nn old child iis fatigi Id- Fterytbiug j is revealed by timme- hungryA man s mgry- yo maw ia wisfr at all times Every dear Krtl le la wontann dc sire r WhetU awe tt to pay for it Miter ftleep in the In n0 uf dpah nsh I1n a ssth- opeT ie4hephy lelao telc d misery A cait can look llta king Ijearnioff JB the desire of the wise Character se better than toeH Without trsamure without friend 4 three days lhis seemd to meet general npIproval lion Edwurt1 McDermott moved that u committee of fiftven laymen bo appointed to act for the laymen and In conjuncrtlou with the J executive committee of clergymen After some discussion this motion was carried Chairman Miirphy said would announce the committee of fifteen on the following day Judge Matt ODohcrty was called upon for address and he responded ably part he said S Very Itev Administrator Reverend Clergy Mr Chairman and Gentlemen I do not know why I have been called upon to address you evening and yet bur object In here furnishes fair ground for We are here as humble members of the Catholic church We iliavo heard the voice of Peter nam our shepherd It Is In fulfill lCnt of the Scriptural I am theI great shepherd I know my sheep and mine know me This dis tinguished divine the Right Ilev ODonughuo Is no stranger to He is preeminently qualified to succeed his distinguished predecessors ns prelates of Kentucky There is evidence of the Inde structible unity of the Catholic church given by your presence here tonight We come from different quarters Some of us first looked- on the light of Gods sunshine in the region of the Rhine Others saw it first in sunny Italyor amid the olive groves of France and Spain Others like myself first saw that light in dear old Ireland From whatever quarter we came here tonight we are one in faith one Lord and one baptism This unity is in itself a perpetual miracle of Gods love for man We arc assembled hero to make preparations to welcome Dr ODonaghue not as n man as the successor to St Peter and the apostles Very Rev Father P Mf J Rock followed with a brief address and urged that the laymen unite with the clergy in giving the new Bishop grand Kentucky welcome What could we do without you You are an arm of the church Chairman Murphy appointed a press committee composed of J J Caffrcy Robert A Watson and flhomas Walsh The Executive Committee is promised to appoint tm the following day The rneeting then adjourned for oneweek I The flight Rev Bishop ODonaghue has relatives well and favorably I known in Louisville Mrs Bridget Barryof 2107 Maplo street and Mrs 1 Lucy Brennan of 2314 West Chestnut street are his first cousins Ills CITY COURT OLEIIK NBIIAN parry C Nehan the genial young Clerk of the Louisville Police Court making a remarkable record for efficiency in that office Although he has always been a Democrnt Mr Kclmn was never before engaged in practical politics until lust sunimei When he was given the nomination for Clerk of the Pollpe Court Ills nomination proved a wise one lie got out and hustled and proved to be as good ah organizer as some of theI older heads When election day tank around his personal Organization was as well nigh perfect as human agencies can expect to be and worked in perfect accord with the great general Demo cratic organization f Mr Nt7lam was elected by a handsome majority AB soon us he took office he showed Jjls thorough knowledge of the duties of tho office and named competent deputies to assist hhn Since hetook hold the liusinoas of the office line gone oil smoothlyand efficiently bcrorthe1topia1JeCol1hw i nail is prominent in real estate cir cles r ON EltToVp IINSrnEtSIlOW Tho Ilev Father KnaacJs Folten announces a series of concerts ami minstrel wJiown at St AugUBtlnes school all Fourteeniai sand Broad I Y Tat 8 oclock on the evenluge i of April 5 landT Tljaee entertain mentB fftW be given by the broM hand and t+ colored nUnatrcte t8t efLl re Return tci mile The band wjll render elasakimi music Father belted is1 arranging an attractlve l roRrThe general pnblkIs Invited V 4 c 8ec6ml cousins are numerous They are Joint J Barry of EastiMarket stlcet County Assessor Jdivord A Barry James J and William B Barry Mrs John McDonald MicJiael Andrew Daniel James Edward and Misses Elizabeth Mary and Margaret Brennan Col Daniel F Murphy hfls named the following committee of Itl lInen lion Edward J McDennott Joseph Schildt Charles J Dohenty Edward J OBrien George A Bosler M Raffo George J Butler George Kremer Henry Jansen W J Wat son Michael Itelchert Frederick Leezer all of Louisville Sylvester VegaClementsShinnick Shelbyvllle Mr Murphy stated that he had given the matter much consideration and lad tried to seleot representa tive men from the city of Loulsvlle and outlying towns In the diocese All the members of tho committee have been notified of their appoint ment and will meet at the residence of lion E J McDermott 430 West Ormsby avenue at 730 oclock this evening The same committee will meet with the Executive Committee of nlergy in St Francis Hall at 8 oclock tomorrow evening The Knights of Columbus met I Wednesday night and Grand Knight E J McDermott reported that he hind visited Indianapolis last week and that Bishop ODonaghue was willing to be entertained by the Knights after his arrival in Louis vine The committee to arrange for that entertainment is made up of Grand Knight McDermott Rer C P Raffo Frank A Geher P II Calla han and William J Klapheke In pcrsuance of the action taken at the meeting of the clergy of the diocese last week Father Cronin named the following Executive Com mittee to arrange for the clergys part in time welcome to Bishop ODonnghue Rev P M J Rock Cathedral Rev John T OConnor Holy Nome Rev B Henry Wester man St Marys Rev Patrick Walsh Sacred Heart Kev Dr George W Schuhmann St Johns Rev Charles P Raffo St Charles ISorromeo Very Rev J R Clark O P St Louis Bertrand i That committee met in St Pat ricks rectory on Tuesday and vari OilS subcommittees were named to arrange details Very Rev Father Cronin is Chairman of all the com mittees The Press Committee is composed of Fathers Cronin and Sclm mann Fathers Raffo and OConnor compose the Transporta tion Committee while Fathers Walsh and Clark will arrange for the banquet LOVES SHAMROCK The Commercial Article Is Poor American Clover Thousands of shamrocks are sent to this country from Ireland for St Patricks day Theyarc not sent as a commercial proposition but as messages of love from those on the old sod to their dear ones here Time shamrocks that are sold dii the United tates are almost universally American clovers which are larger than the Irish plant and can be told at a glance by any true son of Erin The real shamrocks are not for sale They are prized too dearly by their recipients to profane them by barter They symbolize a sentiment and sen timents can not be bought that is unless they are the imitation kind It ig just so with shamrocks Only the counterfeits are on the market So common has become the custom of sending shamrocks to America that there is now what is known us the shamrock ship This Is the last possible mall steamer to get tnem here In time for St Patricks day the senders delaying to the last moment in order to have the plants fresh Most of the shamrocks are sent In letters and are mdistened so as to keep When the postall author- Ities handle a fat moist envelope bearing an Irish postmark they know it Is a shamrock letter This wetting of the plants often plays havoc with the letters rendering the superscription illegible In many cases or even causing the envelopes to come to pieces in a few instances It is also probable that the little plants are sent in newspapers and other packages The postal authorl ties are not Very strict at such times unit do not luspeat the Irish mull too rigorously When the shamrock Vmlp comes in time potoffJce people are toobusy to lie uhdulycuriousB- OOMING ti1IMItEBSWP The Grand Council of Kentucky jurisdiction Y It Xa lies offercl1- PO la prifcs to be distributed an nlf the Ylrlol councils 7hla proposition sthfliTQ the council rfiowing the largest rcenta increRse between January 1andr Jiyne lOpthj a next tlrea8333- and fo the council securing the UtFgert umber of JMW mearirers25- ADVI9 H J C TO 1lrONO11- SYonartc a isponsorp for a oMlflj Ton arifepcr for if tools vows for itt when ti waiboptizxMl and was made V member vt time church This you 0 N NN Nt IMN WNNN NN N WEWANT YOUR WORKt I Were Prepared to Do It PromptlyI and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ou VESr Oix EEN 4TIamxnr 44+ ++ + 44 + 10NNO NNNO1+ p u- SOUR1E19IIZ POST CARDSSOMElIUNO DIFlEUENT St Patricks Day Post Cards aCaster Post Cards KODAK SUPPLIES Developing and Printing for the Amnlciir INic Bosl rs Hotel Second and Jefferson r TIlE PLACE THE IRISH OLD CLOVERTHAT SOUR MASH WHISKEYY- OU REMEMBER THE TASTE Charles Je Cronan REAI4ESTATEBought Exchanged Rentedand Managed HOME PIIONB 1014 Room 313 Trust Bldg t t + ++ t t t t + t I TIKE WINES AL K0L113845 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS jtUIAU U h U FIXflLL Will enable you to secure Hardwood effects on Soft Wood Floors or Furniture and requires no particular Skill to app- lyWaterProofs HeelI = Proof Proof See the demonstration of FIXALL in basement of the Stewart Dry Goods Co You can have a free sample by asking the clerk MADE AND GUARANTEED BY LOUISVILLE- VARNISHCOMPANYI Incorporated did iu the sight of God and In the presence of his minister Have you faithfully tried to do your duty ns sponsoltIf the child pas wandered or been led away from the church did you try or are you trying to win It buck Does it go to the Catholic school If not why not Has it learned the catechism and other things which it ought to knfcw and Which you arc charged to pec that it should be taught If Its parents have been ngl lmtorii fit tl elr duties have you earnestly tried to perform the semi serial di iirest upon 9Jl1 It the ek fs old enouh hoes i1t thatjit your hodchild JIae ypti claimed ItUl suck Art your politlon ne spolmsorisn anildUj ones Yn fcnipty honors but of most jserfoui j importance twllbe well for you ho give the above ques then your err earnest consideration I r 5PPJPISIPB 321 W Jefferson Street I Opposite Interurbaa Station f FOR Sold Louisville CHAMPAGNES 1 U Wear know PAT DONNELLY FineWinesrLi9urs and Cigars Lunch Day and Night Home Phone 2882 17th and Bank Streets CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House In Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladles and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIA Under the same management We present only the standard productions historic dramatic andcomic HOPKINSWhere tYe Crpdsdo i MOVING DMNntPrtsatkeXeet PrtsatkeXeetWlth l I SiB T eOld Gtrlc i r Entirely New Film PICTURES by14mDuitia 1lOcandSc a 4 0 It 0 J 1 0 I J 1 k NTUOK7 XarSH AM I04N lb owy Advance Spring Showing of THE BIG STORES GUARANTEED CLOTHES Mens Suits 750 to 2500 i Young Men 2500sBoys Suits 200 to 1000 Childrens Suits 200 to 600o I THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 414 West Market FIHb o4N 1 N- BOTH o101oe a++ e e 11 + IiItPHONES 157 1 Ni IRENDER IIJELL1GO BttweenPoerth SII Coal I i i jjAND f COKESS SOLICIr P f i 4 r rs a Specialty I e f Central Coal Iron CoB I INCORPORATED i 339 WEST MARKET STREET 1 YARDS Fifteenth and Delaware and Brook and Washington 1 + e11Ne 911411 00110N + ON r YC 1 The Cheapest and Purest Chewing Gum Made K I Stae M E 1 9 m Do not be fooled by baseimitations Ask for 1JESME AND SEE THAT YOU bkT IT t ix+ soasceawMSocaKexw iQG- p 8 COtj MANUFACTURERS OF PAINT SPEIALTliES AND DEALERS I I Oils Varnishes Brushes GlassEtca I iMARKET STREET Between Sixth and Seventh Q 3Qf I1i Iat = Q Q EflUIYNCxAs times and reasons t youll find Mulloys Teas and Coffees the nevervarying standard of excellence Phone a trial order for his I SPECIAL QftADK OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed TcAq an excellent grade 1 pound for J1LTLLO Y t 45c i COFFEE R04STER zru1 W isrtt1 tYCrD7r tSTRIClifTE g i H REMOVAL NOTICEWe will remove to No 617 West Main street about April 1out ourSncjj We hope to be favored vill your pat roriaee at our newlocationtwhere we iviir carrythe lareeAt stock of Leathers and Findings t6 be found in the Spqtli BOSLElIi BRO+ lEDWARD J BOSts PROP Y DRJ T GHAWKyk Veterinary Infirmary gad Horse Shoeing Forge v SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Canted Fur unU Ivrd TRLfALLS C tYMEAXMAJKEr1I- i 39 SIDQOND S RT JL F U 9YAnJMrr r1JAD UA7 L NtMt arf OR a UUYou8p Lamb Pak did Curd KeatCaU kinda + 1taothe Best and Pure t Lard ID city We alto carry K rly Fruit sad Vetatableeand all firctclaa oiarket- LOOTSTaLl prod PACKING COMPAKrt MlArf QinlT r a v77 l t ST PATRICKS DAY c andWhyv pii Daughters df Erin Both at Hornet T I and Abroad v 4c r plt tjtw rifiH TrinityApostlel Itodhe Natives andC nvert cJThemif i j t t f V to Christianitytr is u Jiard task to write anything nexv of St 1arlek thir patron Kiiinfc of Ireand jttnl whose ehremhUH praised Jn song aiid Ktiiry tin yours St Patrick found the Irish inetts idolaturs lie left the land of KiitntK To thia very Iny JOwniliI ppriestsMfntpMimn and eoriiincrohil 1n 1 hrins daughters too reflect that tlinPatrickfix ofMiMtvjitjjchildrenl i 1I nhonorSt Patrick tho amt rnntaJplinriiiiiHmother was Conahcftsa a tJ+ iallif maiden ails wavbijrti In pallivedkinghtl sixteen yours of ago His oath mother brother + was Rialto t theSt1 yoitin1 sixteen years old Sf Ititrlokr titfberf I pliibytrllandto that country and sold ors n s For a number f yetfrs hlhrrr l sheep awlnc nit tits lrlnh JiilU lie1 nioburatry of tiaiTheyi knew no other ladnor did I narks stereo iinagtm iriodor Sbrinpr 1 these people ire knew them f enerffutie that they yvero hnspl- i 1 = r JUG BAZAn 1 t For St Cecilias Church Is i Source of Great Interest Thu Interestt in the IiI W I t siren iiftgMUtikfo Ciufncil ebb lhouse i ehtlpril J I d111 tho affair jfromfses tto be jnuof the most succeSbfil olIts hind scot tinprohibiting the SoTieiltttiou of SThisMIwzarhgehuneejjipeoplei money tluCtwoulcl he withheld other wise I TJiero will be tnariy hnuilfioino tad useful articles tAbe liposed of and I gbyI whicii tIlty will be on display There wiill aiso1 be iiiany articles t13- vpored 1 l of mvUie whcel route TI o sfrectalnghts finfiatupJllrlvtr1pi91t1servedInex pected there will ue jio cooldng done in any homeaJn St Cecilias parish on this lay liitifthat all mem e hers of St CeciliaAfephrish and theirfriends will 9t t tliAUIIles of the season t1111 l lto served f twentyfive unUiY4 uhildr Mi lifter1 trots The returns of otrok8Kt ruemtriun hndjronii to be howclmies are worWngliard fur the wiccess of this affflir as the gOCHlI1 I testifiliolrt t f by I hitJ18II IJtertrille dutaghilly Tire fnndb 1erlvedl front this affair will bo used to Complete Jalsioto the diuixih whlehlH now ueariiig eomplotlon antithe 1tatllitjtJ fundenough wJav lImmcr j l IOnpht + IitxptndJgwutgwenrnato itnngh fniahr l isl1f1ftVf Cnininltlee al tits att Itht eiJtory 0051 Cicllln srpiiufihi 1la t iilghtt v I t 011hti ties The Junhleky t1rtItf Appeal frlobershopstlonnl r J gltollghtE dnoliett Sutjjdaanti dn greedtrioya IOftJlt A gh141a lint x1O1IIJcJ Illve Jljir tn m a I Ot9t- 9t ief+ tract liter Vwriwn f rww Iii TA1If irtle lrlItntest SntitkLt S FAt p7 nl Stf Gathwria chiiich at- Ilarpn Wsv tllfiOl tyinrt dax Adate ten t fl11thv t enietrrV WjofftlnV ttiij otrp fie llIIJamoAl 111 1 and tway trSbutr In the worth of the rl1e cement lllldl mall Mr fvwh wad born I hi GfMCal Mayo Iri lniM idghty five SV i Vfti tir1 j 7 isthtt wnritahufirtcM though iceavalsiqnnlly warUlfiU0 also nOW11 IlueitluiwthctJllltI ltIPu disiiKWraticI nten1rQ11 though jfjicrt wer4 1 kings Jiritt princes tUl lrgixlntltrautt escaped a 1IrlllllIIlIii to his own oouiitry felt impelled to fit himself to pr the ospoltii flu tlpud faith to these of Ireland prll11hlrl l diqpcrtnaxtInI t lie nijght lit the instrument 111up1eorI was 1I uhVhced in Pietyt nid veal butt was ftittlilio was sixtp y afn pMnnll HfIhophnt lid heg to hlrt carcer tplnntlofc i 1 i rl 1Ilrr voiKViuid at aitsc Arttkrf lo on Haslcr Hiinday was n lingmi tract day toot und hlK111M oJul1 l nI herding sheep its a slave hin nthl1onr Stooping to the soil1 4 t a shahirock mill from itsulenf explained to those nx xim trinitytart He 111111rp ons It one lied So great was tho fiatIces= he III lilt I that the King aififiili I were ponitrlcd to rtty Thnt seas the beginning tIKI sluttlscyi 5ldstile every1 part jt eVcrvwlidro t I tintable j WI I hfiy f rrtS thnllhllnll tnriffy Wndly null religions Threel Iniighferftisnrv vri Thoyrtrft Mm SnfiirItalgrnrllle1fnry SII lxeetLoIIHiltnolio ninilrhtNtiittls with her fat h11 j 1 Y11t1vt1iJQlhuoItT ion lcht mtt1rjVH Jio IUUIB HU JAJi Krtvnnajjh Jfr IftiVilnagli isi natrvo of t gttiter I anthoud of y I fl S I m p V I Law depalinent of the fiatI vcrllt t arcor1 JsOIlotierty1 City idgo ichI IIt ITtas IIolarlina fiatyant out of office I tldticrlDemocrats the i lie- t I i1 f was 1r Karanagh opened an attic In 1aul clones IJiilUHiif tftj r lent City hall and has ntetir JtU g Jj t suquess J5e6eiitJy he has voii seYitt ycasosiIle btlie4eri htcttgltla caseshnailI i otnapnc nltcrtystflclbeen reuttfId i JSof tll1tln InI phiiping hIsrnipthodSf Attorney I fSlVJllfilthelQf nlI are COUlclhYrJEil t i yCatholicl tnonitor ntiYn ajp al er in these 4g ale Jlia aliiiityj ah 11 jury plwlderI8 tinltidetuls lhll l j on M btncli itiul to sent Ihnto Coil llolk Its son of terra i h 1 titJI1t W on Irislf topics l +AfWKIOX AtvJT AUOUSTINKS i 9671TrltI 1 h JJlt then Jh twasi J ilih S Il wl1fQn lfli ltl1iltSt MioKf tigiiADtb sultltrahatt the lnlr cJockolt Iiiisttir SlI1 t plurplnb t JIl1I will lw the lint nt ligJoiiH+ sliit aC tL Ai iiKttiCs hllrcJl 1 baA wttl s nslttctNl byh A s ttenl lik+ lhtptQdat r jiPr FaJtlm lIltI v itfII jnvltedl n11 tuaHeM fitter anUfI i Ths fI1R hrrsft e wiN 1fntrl l II cOCf 31tter Ibefdnlfa lon fitosnrr Hirra +x311 be u tienP benediction of the HLwaeif 1 Every morning there will 1 Mfa maM and a brief riant ructian oat Ci oclock and at 8 oclock Mon T r ulicllit hill death Ireland was iiiittriiiof salntu earl HcliolafK AH 1 hi wan iSfiwtVi years old when Ill ar IORIIIngHvedI i In jreiaiiJto tuilticrlrnuighie1 I cactilie jl8hoi tit Armagh and cviv state the IllsliojiH of Arniii h bum tell 1riniates of Ireland JU was 1 liiiried at DoWjinhtiiik The fulfil id llO dta Wtli Stt IatrukI Others pruplrtNiioeoedln year Khinvod niW oxatn jpies of CliriHtiau favor Irish priestK carried this J1uatpel1 tc I jKifliiml Scotland ierinany France and Sxvltznrlftnd TlieSe Irish inouks fillhispletpror known1 land and might the natives religfii l can usis with Chrlstojiher Columbus 1 in huts first voyage o AinerJon fits people of I Irelandwere con verted Jo Christianity without thu nlltThoThe British tyrants tried for several UUthe1 rre in vain tits faith fliinrushed more and more AVtth each pun xccit tion and today tint faith of her sons nnd danghtors IIs brighter than tterThough scatteiod nil over tinworld thcrvhlldrvn of Ircilnnd tint ipropelling the true gospel and1 jpruaehing respectt for law itnd ordeiiiivevory flline To Irish men and1 viiiuu ifarch 17 is one of the grent estI dnjjy of the year In hpnoring ourheir1 psisstetr e Ireland LADYLAUJMER Pokes run at the WomanI iSuffrage Fad int America Ii Lady I aurier SVJfe jjf tIll Cnn X ndiau Pmmier Jtas opposed trf wonina ligntIiI1lu1 t ntiiBrltunsondEuroj oat home t So said decisively Lady Lauder wife of Sir Wilfrid Lnurici Iveniier errtautdujagofls sJ iLady Lander was ZoeLafontninc ennobledbyposltlodhe marrlethhfrdlltingIlishedhullJlltll t it LadyLnturt3s 1ls1I1filionlders shrugged in n brief circle suggesting ajnuseiiiLnl but at the same tune earnestness greatercalveTaclyLauriersay you south of tho Canadian border 00 andtitles = seem to need the titles and many Kittopeaiis filth titles need American ii- I boundla 1l I unless a roan bpi his nianliness find ability has deservedi It and wears d because of his individual worth t XImpnt11aiiffniffcrttesTJiank fee1cntlSuntil Jlately unhcird of It Is E nrfoudth r utnvontanly fora woman AJjJ her be n good wife and de X 1 to her lillttlinnrl nlifl linV chit A en if she is blessed wiUi thorn iV lIg1111tJpredefined her l once saw a proceBsJoit of suffragettes said the wife of Sen SenatortorCanadiansnj of the Tiaptjl7try were all1 tstl hfJlIllvllRl I wiwai once theyti oat have bred anytiiing else suffragettes atthehuacllt J tt frllHtP nnotner jjieinber of JIll ivarty i t Side Jlpthilthlfpltasu = IJnurIerlaJ1luJ UtIlIOd1 COQ ENT- i liss Kos XiillBney one of the cUanuliiS1 girls in St toulfi Itcr tlieetit reJ toti Ortmliilfan nun lilts tnsefrJfirRhvtentjon ft enter tIntt pf CHtherliif tit fli nii I wear Spring Ky j bird Ttgeit knostn to bon SllJ1lar1nitq trfslnlife 1 brother llflliieti Afiiilnnej Ucn inpnnltd her to St Cat rinelj on 9y fEIi- t k i Jv I SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 12PIECE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to Kentucky Irishh Americoall AND 200 IN CASH This beautiful Fortytwo kites Southern Dinner Sot is hand decorated in Jnsmfrtenoral and gold effects and any housewife would be ptoud to possess one of samea 04r1in cash and oPt years subscription You cannot af ford to miss thfsopportnnrty to Ret one of these handM 9 some sets w j Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green Stl X X X X M X M X = rtifrank A Menne Factory i ComflanYr 5C Manufacturers of f EAGLE BRAND CONFECTIONS aVVENZEL AND MAINST LOUISVILLE KY f ioo No x Nii SN I Mooo I N N i N xf NN1NNtH111NN 10 smo +NINN01NNNNaiNHOME PHQN 1391 FINE COUNTER LUNCH I John Sextons Cafe c Wines Liquors Cigors Tobacco r I Base Ball Scores of AmericanAssociation r NationalandAmericanl Leagues S W Cor 7th andOak Streets r 011iI01 i06 1114110r011114 +111110 111 1 N N N N N11 HN N INN II NNCI NON 11 1 I N N HH N N11 N N N N NN tGEORGE L DANFORTH I Established 1855 f tilla Danfortn GO e- f J S FIRE INSURANCE r I jJtEPRESENTINQ OVER JSOOOOOCO CAPITAL 4 jIIOTU TILLffiIIIONICB 100 4 YOURDUSINGS3 RESPECTFULLYSOqCITED Cornet 3rddaandd Main I iwOLD McKENN A WFIISKEYr Is never sold in any forni but PUR13A STRAIGHT It is highly recotnttlendedfor mediclnaf purposes Ouf p iCeS f re as low as the llowestt if lirllBoouets OIBIU6 ftDUS6 1 ftott y nth r tithtre not i itjtlit erred i Ns Et Sfs 13135 S Fourth St IIGEHER SON9 21 WEST MARKET STIEBf u SifTT1iUt tiruaRATD- IcJRTHH STAR REFRIGERATORr R The Ooly RWrlgerator with Cork Iniulatlonx THIQUICK MEAL GAS RHIGE CorabioMnot 0practl J 6flId UU8lrablain Gai Ranjra AEQUALIt= c PablidUr ff