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I S KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VULlilE YXIVNU t2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 19 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS fINS SONS 4 jlave Royally Observed St Pat ricks Day in the United States Lpittsville Did Its Share But All Functions Are Not Over Edilying Spectacle at St Pat ricks Church Sunday Morning 1 OttmCELEBRA IONS IN OTHEpTIES Louisvilles celebrations of St Pat ricks day were several in number and the end is not yet Tomorrow Palm Sunday evening will see tho culmination of a series of observ nnces of the anniversary of Irelandst patron saint some of them social some religious In the first place the four divlslopsof the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary attended mass and re I ceived holy communion at St Pat ricks church at the 030 oclock mass on Passion Sunday Next in order was a panegyric of St Patrick preached at the Lenten services at St Louis BeTtrands church on Wednesday cvnlngn solemn high mass at St Patricks church at oclock on Thursday St Patrick day the banquet and musical soiree of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick at the Galt House on Thursday even lug and now Is to come the Hiber MacauleysIheater s The programme for tomorrow evening will be as follows Introductory address Thomas WalshSoprano solo Mrs T Al Barrett Soprano solo iMlss Effie McDon ald Tenor soloR II Edelen Bass solo David J Maloney FIJnnVocalfl1c McDonald soprano Miss Imelda Shcn contralto John J Flynn tenor and 1 David J Maloney I j LectureJudge Matt ODohcrty I I 1j Tickets of admission sire only t1andtt1 ture will be worth many Jtines as I11 much The entire proceeds will be turned over to the County Board and tOllYapedto Hon John E for tile benefit of the Irish Parlla cveryhlrlI I I Stlllatrfekfamqasforenslc a I thing interesting to say to all who attend Maeaiileys Theater tomOrrmf IIIToas well as an edifying sight to seetso many Hibernians and members of the Laes Auxiliary at mas and at St Patricks church last Sun day morning They came from pear and far they were patriotic rever i ent and devout More than twelr Q ralllngfiledr 4 were ocupied more than halt an hour in administering the sacred i hosts The mass was celebrated by the Very Rev Administrator James P 1 spokebrieflye l i how edifying it was to Free so many Irishmen and women approach the holy sacrament of the altar nail praised the Work that the order was doing in Louisville and elsewhere The members he said should use Sheavenatherthe motto of the orderUnity d Friendship and True Christian Char ity The last lie said nvas one o t the great commandments because I true Christian charity meant to ones neighbor as ones self 100ItI onlll1theI was filed by the clergy of the varl- ous 111 i ifmllSsproper the celebrant of the mass was the Very Rev Father James P Cronin Administrator of the dioccs- and pastor The bOdy of the church was filed toy devout and patriotic I members of the laity The Rev Father McGuire of the Clevelandj dtoceseiibw rmerly of Louisville preaeJ11 epanegyric lIe Iis an able pulpTtforator and added to his dame on Thursday Cincinnati had two social celebra lions of St Patrlck8day on Thursday evening Tho yfaflte Tone Club a branch of the Fehjan Brotherhood w musical and enter 1ttainment followed byadance Ittwas the fortysixth annual observ I ance of the day by the club In the same city and on the same evening the Grattan Club gave a banquet fol lowed by a musical progratnme arr aII College Mayo Schwab was one of the guests I i JiJnl tirated the day In royal styJeV In the morning they attended Pontifical1 mast at the Cathedral and in the evening witnessed atipleadhl enter talnment at CarntrgieHall lion j Tames F Burke presided and the principal speaker wUleltevlfordg- an M Sheedy of Altoona The pro gramme Included Inrhvoeal and lln etrumenUl music nnd Irish dancingt CityIItook on the appearsBfie a legall 1 holf1 yUlylitolWere close j sad people of aU creeds and olase 4 were out toe t what the Irish wfn doing to honor 8k Patrick iWaoyI houses Were deeo ated with combln f ntion ftb8tl of ErS1Ia1l41 the P s o I n United States Jn the morning th members of the gallant Sixtyninthet Stlratrlcls wparadeiththousand people in line Both the Sixtyninth and the Irish Volunteers made a grand showing but the Ancient Order had the greatest number of men In line The festivities concluded with a dance Chicago too had her celebration with President William IL Taft as the chief feature The Chief Execu five of the nation reached Chicago Iin the morning and was the guest the Irish Fellowship Club of that city President Tat delivered the principal address and spoke words of praise Jar Irish achievements and of encouragement to greater things 0TIIOMAS WALSII Will Pre de Sunday Xilght Macauleys COMPLETED Programs For Reception j of Louisvilles New Bishop Monday night a largely atlende- and enthusiastic meeting of the Catholic clergy and laity was heldI nt St Francis Hall in the Cathedral1 when resolutions Were adopted tim t o 1 progrmmnfor 1 Denis ODonaghue the new Bishop of the Louisville diocese Daniel F tIurph presided and the report V f of fiftccn was rend by lieu E JI McDermott Upon hisII Dishop0DonoghueI 1laird the entire executive comrillttcc eachIparlshclergy will escort him to theII s residence at Brook nndf College which is being put in order and elegantly refurnished On the day folowing Bishop ODonaghue wlll be enthroned and greet tIle pee pie of Louisville at the Cathedral WednesdayImmedlatelJ e Bishop will be tendered n bUll dlioccsso arid liivprandeur nnd magnificence e jlrIthQResolved That this committee and one representative appointed by parishi reception committee to meet tIle Bishop at the station on his arrive1 I carIrinJcs1 I That all the delegates to thh assembly anti nny slinlar represents i Inotheri 1In 1 C1 thelcgO0I11 invitefP d I i sbo1sIl n address frown him sThndetails be carried out by the Execu fire Committee BANQUETe FortNackinSocfalClubatu d j Friends at the Galt j fiancelu Mackin Councils Social Club lie s announced mid invited the members and friends of the club and count j to t Banquehichc n YcdnesdllY April 20 As this Isj first banquet of the year it is tahendaflcJI t 11poscdotDli tandthe menu programme and Iiris heldtl Macktn Council n order to attet j will bo necessary to notify the JTheItl eessful during the past winter all iits affairs being select1 and well attend r ed On Easter Monday night It willi give the first of a imort series of that will elope the present social season KBXTUOJOr 1I11TiAT1U19w ofiambusLe APIZ1 following Kuiidar many Loutavllte eneborbtnIsm Mi 11j eCUSTOMS OiEnstcrHaveDescemledFrom the Very Earliest Ages English Nnute CQmesFromAp = Godaiden Ostern Christianity Brought More Ite piling Influences to Entire World EGG IS SYMBOLICAL OF LIFE I I Easter Sunday means a great deal1 to all Christians It commemorates the glorious resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ It was the crowning net of mankind redemption Unless He bad fulfilled his promise to arise from the grave the whole world would still be awaiting the coming of the Messiah Easter is always celebrated on theI first Sunday after the full moon following the vernal equinox It usually falls in April with an occa sional exception as is the rose this tApriland nimble breezes delicatel9 j Mfreshi verdure of the grass when hope is Int I daystiandtits Christian era the beforeII spring svgs hulled with delight Tne pagans of European countries ImdII certain rites on the Sunday that fol lows the vernal equinox It was a great day among the pagans of Ire land But the name Easter comes to us front Scandinavia wherejn old pagan days the month of April was dedicated to the goddess Ostera She was considered the goddess of the anddsky and flowers sprang in Jier footsteps when she walked upon the earth To her the egg was dedl cated the symbol of life about to burst from the trammels of the con fining shell From this old pagan idea the Christians have obtained the custom of giving Easter eggs The celebra tloii of this particular Sunday is also Influenced by Ilingering memories of the sunworshipers of Ireland Tho Druids were the priests of that cult and among their triumphant fes tivnls was one celebrated at tha spring solstice the return of the nllconquerJhg sun to the desolate earth The Catholic church bringing its message of peace andconsolation wisely made use of the existing pagan feasts and gave to them u holler significance The coming of the spring bringing the stir of life timetrising from tile grave and the victory of life over death People in rural districts of Europe confusedly associated the sun with Easter and contended that e sun danced on Easter Sunday and still in some parts of England and Ireland people climb the hills at dawn to see the wondrous sight In Cheshire in Lancashire WAr wlckshlre and other parts of Eng tllcIclay the women lift the men on Ens jtcr Tuesday Sometimes the cere times consists in being tossed three theliftersI pi through the town A few wereICllrrlcd IttheIt degenerated into wildi It Is a distinct survival of dancing around the fires of tIserenltofLasterj LasterThe withEastertional dish had is memorial of the Paschal feast the Jewish Passover The country folk weave all sorts of pretty legends about the lamb Luck bInmbonlooking I morning the greater will your turnedtoardyolassociated with p1I1JHtiCiichildren believe lays the many col Wctits flowers and bushes outside in the garden Germany Is the land of astl eggs From the children of e Emperor to those of the workphi the youngsters througltout f1ManycoJored 11tbeSlboiledeggslD iJsweetsiJ body joins in the bunt for the eggs heltosulfiteiGOOD WOMAN DEAD M The peopleofSt Cecilias parUh ere deeply grieved last Sunday ofClifoxr hahd e ji she lied beep confirie l to her room only during the past few iweek and r death wat unhooked for Be I LJ J sides her husband she leaves two children Thomas P Tevlin who is foreman for the Harcourt Company bookkeeperfor comIpanJII- 1twhich sIlo was held was manifest the funeral which took place from St Cecilias church Wednesday morn- Ing CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Will Extend Hearty Welcome to the New Bishop meetingthe of Committee last week plans were put on foot whereby the thirteen branches In Louisville could pay nlshapnightn member of the rder After rill had expressed their Jviews it has the consensus of opinion that the Knights walt until after the en 1thronemcut and that the mutter 1 placed in the hands of the follgnh committee Messrs William T Mec1 hat John Schalda William Mr HIg p P JosephfeGnnj nI Michael Rcichert The committee met Monday night at the Cathedral and after confer ence with prominent members of the clergy decided to await the arrival Bishop ODonaghue before makingflI formal orrangements The plan I most favored seems to be to awnIt annual paradeand solemn ye- ay II pets of the order which occur 1 in when the services might be j wroaltl I not interfere With nrrnngemen now contemplated by others and opportunitto I action will be taken at the meeting when complete reports wi 1 lie made J J FLYNN Will Entertain at Macauleys in Sunday Night DEATH ENTERS Ranks of the Irish Part and Carries Off Two thMembers The Irish party In the British Par liament lost two of its staunch sup porters during the past seven days On Saturday the lIon James OCon nor who had represented the West division of Wicklow since 1802 expired and on Sunday the Hon Tim Harrington who represented Harbor division of Dublin away Both were staunch Nationalists and died in the faith St James OConnor was born in the County Wicklow in 1330 und Was the all 11uItrlo o atracted attention from tholand Government by his fiery ut thetIrshrnols From the first he was an organIzatIonwith Luby OLent and Kickhain the Irish People Thiy were sclltencell1toI ids term rat once toIjournalSsm and his hostile campaign against the British Government In 1882 he was arrested with Parnell and others and placed in Kilmainham jail but Iii s of confinement watt oriel In Mr OConnor was sent to Par liament from the West division icklow and remained as its repre until his death Timothy Harrington wns born inS rfnltyCollege1 Mayor of Dublin He too had CI1n lln journalism and was it one at proprietor of United Ireland of the Kerry Sentinel He three tuna as Lord Vtinynr ofthe onesottl1aS British Blouse of Commons I h I APPOINTED SECKETAnV I numberyears of a man Swagar Sherley and one of iii j ytunleniDcrats I IeSeeretarypf1 Ie bFallpWalterMenbgrrapher Mr Maokey ia fin tlhla1paltthedepartomieverlit H c HOLY WEEK IIThe Solomncst Period ot the Year Is Very Close at liaRdIPious Catholics VisitMore Than One Church On Holy Thursday Distinct Contrast Between Sol andAlSaturday TOMORROW IS PALM SUNDAY Sundayigperiod of the year Holy Week It commemorates the death and burial of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and prepares the faithful for the commemoration of his giorfot- resurrection The celebration fromAlostollctries it was called the Week of the Holy Passion the Great Week and the Penal Week This latterIllUme was used on account of the lasweekl of Lent In early days In the Eastern church many Chrlstim- d tasted the entire week Others mat WedncsdayIuntil Sunday aalemYn s Wedncete ofIli 11 sacra ment of the Holy Eucharist 0 that dayonly one mass can be cele I publicrhei stead of in purple vestments because the Institution of the eucharist is commemorated but at the same time there are certain signs of the mourn- Ing i proper to Holy Week The bells which ring at the Gloria do not sound again till the Gloria in the tunas of Holy Saturday The celc brant of the mass consecrates an ad1 ditional host which is placed in an ostensorlum and borne after the mass to n place prepared for it on n pineise repositoryEarly church connect the procession with the journey otofMount of Olives after the Last Supi per The repository is decked with flowers and brilliantly illuminatedI After the mass the outer altars nre stripped of all adornments It is t customary for the faithful to visit the Blessed Sacrament in their reo spective churches Many pious Catholics visit many churches in their a respective towns and cities Thirty years ago there Were Irish Catholics Louisville like the late Pat Bar non and Bernard McDevitt who would start early in the day and visit every church in the city from St Josephs In Butchcrtown to Our Ladys in Portland They zigzagged thnitclYlunch to accomplish the feat If w ey met Father Tom Joyce or nther Hugh Brady the priests would hear what the Cathedral had and what St Patricks lucked Good Friday is the day that com memorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ It is the most sad and solemn day of the year No mass fis celebrated but the sacred host iis conveyed from the repository to the byIare clad in black vestments Th nc history of the passion according t John is read and the prays for all conditions of men for members of the hierarchy and lor tIle prosperity of mankind Later the black or purple veil SisI removed from the crucifix TheI faithful then go forward and en J erate the Image of the crucified Saviour On the evnlngs of Holyjb Thursday and Good Friday the of l j flee of the Tenebrae is sung I daydof of er an Fdse are blessed In the candle is affixed five grains of Incense typifying theI 1 five wounds of our Saviour and nt asethat have been silent for sever 0daysriaccountful feast of Easter ST AUGUSTINES I1SSIQXIt ofWrites nil his friends to attend the mission at St Augustines church J during Easter week The mission will open on Easter Sunday at the late at 030 oclock and will close the service at 8 oclock on the evening of Sunday April 2T1lc mission sermons will be preached by Rev Father Thomas Fagan C S I missionoSt Anguatinea conducted by tip renowned Redemptorlst On week 1inHtruERPEAOEFUJ END wifeQ1lfarttn of t of 3iegtlaleisae J er 1churehp l last Sunday nighRj in a ranking chair- S atcats I erhome on Shelby street fir rfel1la bornJin Ireland eightyI ears ego but came to this Dan t wlitle a young woman and had m oily her Honie for wore than ilt au eenturjv Though ihfeble he to thom t 0 a nl 0 r ily Sunday evening After the meal I she walked to the sitting room where sho sat down before the fire I Iin a large rocking chair A few minutes later the husband IntoI the room and was passedIiI find her dead Besides her Mrs OBrien leaves one son Thomas daughtinlargely attended nnd Father pohl officiated at the mass of requiem ofJUDGE MATT ODOHERTY Who Will Deliver Hibernian Address IIt BOOSTERS 11 Central Committee Hocfa Much Work Last nFriday The Central Committee C 1C oft 1 A held what might be termed I booatorrs meeting on Friday night j proceedingere 1 s i fopI ch air all the officers were i prcacnco bsurprlslnglJb llnKflllpt issued several hundred mar directories and made a satisfactory UntformI Hefty Committee would soon have its programme arranged and also culls d ni attention to the performances at the Broadway Theater on April 0 and 7 for the benefit of our two uniform companies who expect to make n great military display at the national convention in Nashville next May I Patrick Holley John Schalda Willpc tJGhers were called upon and many good suggestions were made A strong1 plea was iaiule for frequent general meetings with social featpnures and entertainment for thq men 1 ers at large The Central tee was also urged to visit the branches to become boosters nnd male the motto On to Nashville grand success The delegates toCIthe Catholic Federation reported and la 111reguarIJ thtlaordsI I called to the splendid condition otlI the Catholic Knights of America nndi e promptness In paying death aims The following committees ere appointed Ritual William T Meehan Gus 1 Kane J P McGinn II A Veeneman John Schalda I IIHolleyIII e POETRY AND MUSIC so the Of Ireland Enjoyed by St FriendlyA1tSons in The Louisville branch of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick held its annual banquet at the Gait Mouse on Thursday St Patricks day at 7neck oclock p m The dining room had cial en tastefully decorated for the occasion Artistic souvenir menui cards were decorated with the nags Erin and the Unlted tntel After elaborate Irish dinner the r1e1dl Sons and their lady guests ttled themselves for an evening of sny ofIt toastmaster and acquitted him Matalt the responded to the toastt Irish Poems and Poetry Mrs T Ali arrett sang Taras linrpCharle Philndelphiui io if ast Rose of Summer The Kerr ances were sung by Miss Rosfr atson and Douglas Webb gave IllJcMinstrel Boy1 as a bass solo HonE the McDermott closed the evening brthresponding to the toast Irish Statesmanship rjrnngedJ Mrs May Doyle hang Mrs Harig theJ faryMagdalens Daisb n Conservatory Jukic The pro was the best eVer given iin M t RTLY QUIRKS VENTURE 420 Martin Quirk a popular mambo the Anchlent Order of and fpr many years It faithful an trusted employe of the ailway Company Is now conduct the grocery meat market au MIthdee i AJlen5 prosperity and his friendi say Good Jack are with him iJ 11 STAND FIRMit w Irish More United Than Ever and Providing CampaignjLSIunds j x Government May Any Day Seek Excuse For Dropping Oftlce Redmonds Firmness Has Jlad ry Extraordinary Effect in Ireland DUBLIN RETURNS TO THE PARTY ChicagoIrlbuneLiberals and House of Lords received a big fillip by the announcement that the Government would vote ap propriations for only six weeks This momentous step is almost the first taken by the Liberal Ministers which shows real fight Accordingly evoked immense enthusiasm equallyjolenttortes So far the situation is most satis ofdew Y appeared The Government members t announce that they will take up the thediscussion theaotf Lords If this means that the i ii 11 i i pusjthere the crash with the House of Lords over the veto resolutions mes the budget will be defeated the Irish party Such a collision between the democratic forces oftEnglish and Irish is regarded by all cool and friendly observers as disas amIhomenobudgctinent shalll not lose its grip on the budget and shalll retain it as n weapon against the Lords in case the Lords refuse to accept the veto resolution Redmond finds tin immense sup rt among the English radicals for is position The Ministry how ever mud especially Lloyd Goorge thebudgetthe budget into low and the Labor rty is eapecialy anxious to have chancetunlcssIn thepPeers to carry the veto the present majority of the use of Lords The situation Is so licate that events may develop any y into such an impossible position at the Government will seek an rIagainsthopereached The Irish would be willing budgetthrough ti budgetps vetoINever since the Parnell split twentyl I years ago did the Irish party stand high ns today Meetings of en thusiastic approval continue all over N country men promising to give subscriptions before The most remarkable meetings of nearly twenty years are beg held in Dublin The Irish party Dublluduringtherefused a hearing to the antl Par nellite tinjorlty The meeting this at the Mansion House the offi residence of the Lord Mayor raised 5000 n subscription so large consideringDublins years A remarkable sign of the times is t that everywhere the speakers now that America paid the expenses the last election but that Ireland to if 7 the expenses of this else tlon Redmond therefore looks on present situation confidently lIe does well to exhaust every reasonable means to avoid a crash with the notabudge one Inch from this policy and the Worst comes and the Liberals opportunitytor a rds and n real chance pf uniting British and Irish democracies in t fight Redmond will find Wel come and support in Ireland and probably even In England The real for a breakdown of all democratic hopes Is placed on timidty and irresolution of the Liberal Cabinet DEATH OF W M IIAIBLE + yearsbookkeeperlishing Company died at his home East Broadway on Tuesday placeonwasrBrights dconfined to hIs hbme onlYafew theesureddaughter Helen Ralble The deceased was etfleteateamong1 Irish as well as among t Germansways polite and aooopmjodatlng illiam lUlblo made MMiintancer herefit L- 1rJ x KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMEBIGflU CathoPeatevotedOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO tuccrporied Publlhof SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COpy sc entered at tho LonlivllU Poitoltlc n StcoadClm natter r Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St LOUISVILLE KY to SATURDAY MARCH 19 1910 I OXE REST DAY New York has started a crusade i for the stricter observance of the Sabbath and the working people are 1giving the movement hearty support It is estimated that more than 1 300000 men in New York alone arc compelled to labor on Sunday and amendments are proposed to the I State laws which will remedy this condition Among those most inter ested in the movement is John Mitchell former President of the United Mine Workers of America I who alms to obtain for every work ingman no matter what his trade or business one dayof rest In seven r Upon the subject he had this to say I Corporations are great believers In the saying that the devil finds some work for Idle hands They try I to keep the workingman at his bench I on the theory that the more work at he does the nobler he gets But work in excess is debasing and the world over it has been found that one day of rest elevates the moral tone of the men who toil I Jfexv York has taken a step In to the right direction and it would boIII well if Kentucky would follow her example Last Sunday the local in barber shops were again openedl after having been closed for ears1v I This was done at the behest of a few greedy shop owners whose Godl t is the few extra dimes they will take in For the barbers this change will prove detrimental and it is safe to a say their condition will not be im I I proved in any way by this flagrant violation of the laws of God nUllII man which are all against the desecration of Sunday uI ASQUITHI Herbert M Asquith whose retire I ment from the Premiership of Great I Britain and the leadership of the Liberal party is predicted for the very near future is the strongest man in the Liberal party today Unlike his immediate predecessor 1 Sir ilenry Campbell Bannerman he I r is not popular in the ordinary sense 1 ibut political followers and political ppponents alike respect his honesty admit his qualifications for the I position he atlorns andrecognize the fact that such position is the natural reward of a somewhat strenuous and everconsistent life in the arena of politics Ability pure and simple i and strong has been the source of I Asquiths success politically and the bar and his entry into Parliament under the wing of Gladstone whose estimate of men seldom k erred was regarded on all sides ns the beginning of n career of states manship that would evolve itself into one of uninterrupted success When in 1892 the Liberal party jjwas returned to office and power I t everybody who had watched tha career knew that the admission of Mr Asquith into a new Cabinet was inevitable and that the office he l lwould be called upon to fill woul be very close to the top In thil I public opinion was right for Asquith posl1tionhis legal training gave him an advan than justified the his earlier Parlia 4 4ofLater in his career by Sir Henry bellBannerinan ris Chancellor of the Exchequer and upon the lamented f death of his chief became the r Premier of Great Britain WAIT AND SEBc U + JIW- lIt vlees train Borne uncefaSfntyprevalls ns to the plans of expresirtent Roosevelt when he reaches that city Owing to the ex I listing differences between the I Vatican and Quirinal visits of great personages are met with difficulty Many wish to call upon both Pope and King but such an arrangement v c3rl only be made by the greatest diplomacy Mr Roosevelt is a diplomat as well as a mighty hunter lie will be equal to any emergency when he reaches the Eternal According 10il decision of Judge Parker of the Fayettts Circuit Court men Indicted for buying registration certificates are frWn pUnishnent for thata SnSi means the dismissal of a larger number of Indictments returned in Jowmneetion with the last JMttion Judge Parker rules that I the Legislature has not fixed a u penalty for certlficatei buying and ti retort he could riot hold those I lUtUotwl ppon that charge Stat torlrk Ryan and I Representative Samuel J Robertson made their mark 1a the recent lion of the Kentucky L fflilitur Both did no yntt t1ist their con stltuents are thinking of returning them indefinitely or untilI one or both aspire to higher honors The now defunct Kentucky Legis lature may have been guilty of many sins of omission and commission but it did one good act at least Al honored the name and fame ff Christopher Columbusst iGov Walloon will not lose any friends by refusing to call an extra session of the Legislature on DEFER TO LADIES Division 1 A O H Act of Courtly IPart I11lele was n rousing attendance the meeting of Division 1 A OIL Tuesday with President Thomas Walsh in the chair The applications- of Jones J lleilly and Joseph M Harding were received Andrew reportedIonmold a meeting on day in April This decision was made out of deference to the Ladies Auxiliary who will use the three salons Falls City Hull for their enter tainment Members of Division 1 passed a of thanks to the Very Rev Ad P ministrator James P Cronin for his reception of the order and members of the Ladies Auxiliary last Sunday 1 morning The entertainment Com f iinittec was instructed to provide for reception and entertainment dur fog May It will be an open meet ing Members of the Ladles Aux iliary und of the other three divis 1 ions will be welcomed Everything about time meeting I Tuesday evening was conducive tto good humor and good fellowship member had a good word for his neighbor and for the order at large 1 RECENT DEATHS 1 Mr and Mrs John Stack of 1825 Duncan street have the sympathy I of runny friends in their grief over the death of their infant son yli I c little follow was two years nndI eight months old The funeral tpoli place from St Patricks church o Tuesday afternoon aret spected member St tramps parish died at time residence of Antoine Brach 528 West St Cath erine street Tuesday night and her funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church yesterday morn ling The deceased was fort seven years old and was held in high est teem by all who knew her Mr and Mrs James B Gregory off 1583 Story avenue have the sympathy of many friends In their grief over the death of their daughter Mary Maud Gregory who died earlyI platfrom1 Sacrament on Monday and WOK largely attended The young lady was nineteen years oldnnd w a hertAgnesHllmeli on Tuesday of last Week took place fatherdIf Gallagher 2301 Dolling avenues lut 145 oclock Sunday afterrnoon and from St Georges church at 2 oclock The deceased was twenty byherGallagher and her husband John T Hamel lfargnreBoernert wbopridge street on Saturday night toolplace from St Marys church o i Monday morning The deceased iwaiii one of the oldest members of St Marys parish and was the widow of Jacob Boerner formerly a member of the FischerLeaf Company Twoi children survive They are F F Lutz and Miss Rosa Lutz They havel tho sympathy of many friends iin their grief SOMNOLENCEI Phil T Sandmann can take a as a champion sleeper if not ns- bowler Phil went to the tournament in Detroit and that he is in possession of a clear conscience One night during th tournament Bandraann retired befor- his e roommate Frank Deuser He locked the door and when tQydoor did no good Then a ladder procured and the transom Sandmann slept peacefully on Next several heavy articles were dropped sleeperIeIeslept Finally a employee wriggled through the transom unlocked the door and let in Deuse- and several others They feared sojnstInsleeping t lit since he came home R1fMEMIt8I1l FRTENDS Bernard Toots Flynn who is hoMing down an Important position IIJI a railroad office in Houston Texas remembered many of his old friends in LouUvllle by sending pie dayItItlptt1Is doing well ad enjoya the Lone Star 8fate He Ji the ion of Burflfy Flynn of thAWest Bad I SOCIETY lied I H Campbell has returned fromI IJ I weeks visit to West Baden Springs I J X Kinberger has been spending had a week and enjoying the waters at West Baden Mrs Phil Mazzonl is expected home today after a two weeks sojourn at French Lick SpringsIWII Miss Rose Henley will be hostess lorPortlnl1t1Dr M Casey of Carrollton arrived the Wednesday to spend St Patricks day with his Louisville friends I see Miss Martha Burke of New Albany arrived home Saturday from a visit to friends and relatives in Chi cago John Martin son of Mr and Mrs olic F Martin Is suffering from the at grip at his home 432 East Gray time Mrs J E Sheridan and Myron Sheridan of Meadawbrook will soon will move into their now bungalow home Kenwood way J1 McGrath and Frank P Carroll were among the number from Louis ville sojourning at West Baden Springs this week Mrs Matt McDonald of Mobile Ala who was formerly iMiss Rose I Jansen of this city is here visiting her parents and other relatives Mrs Walter Wnllpoli of Parsons ins who was Miss Annie Cooney will arrive today to spend six weeks with Mrs Dan Lucey on Gallagher streetMrs Edward Keating line recovered from nn illness nf tonsillitis that has confined her to her ionic in South Louisvile for the past two weeks Mrs Nora Cronin of Lexington spent several days here this week ns the guest of her distinguished son the Very Rev Administrator James Cronin Tunics C Lyons well known to thcJ1 people of Xew Albany has been con fined to his hone 210 West Second street by Illness since the first the week Henry Bosquet and wife are ex pected hone today from West Baden J ihopei her health Misses1 Anna and Florida HayesI who were the guests of Miss Dominica Blanford in South Louisi rule have returned t their home at llodgenvllle Mrs K V Morlnn of Meadow brook has returned from Shelbyville where she accompanyied her grand visiteof several days nesllrs John T Mnlone and W C Nones accompanied by Misses Edith Malone and Mnttie Nones will leave taster Monday to spend several weeks In Now Mexico Mrs J B Ohllgschlnger and chi Idrew have returned to their home in the Highlands after a visit of sev- ern I weeks with Mrs Ohllgschlagers mother at Augusta Ga Miss Florencel Filcher who Is completing her education ntSt Marys College Knoxville 111 is home tt- t to spend the Easter holidays with he r parents In time Highlands Daniel Russell of Chicago who is returning from a Southern trip was in New Albany this week visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs TameR Russell East Oak streets Misses M Monahan J Laven andI M Connaughton T Grady J B Doherty and H F Lennin who I last week registered in New York1 City will all be home for Easter MACK1FS MEMBERS Keep Busy With Many rVery Worthy Projects Mackin Council had u very well attended meeting Monday night withI i I President John T chair Joseph VaId and H3Thieman- n who had been ill were reported well while Joseph Schrembs and F iKistler were reported improving One new member was elected Each1 of thftteap s Jujnmanded by Sherle JCunlff and William Burke spectively imjiounccil the same non her of applications Commlttecnrranglngfor port and stated that the chorus had been filled and that rehearsals were progressing satisfactorily The com I inc1the bazar stated that its work was Iimorlng in a satisfactory edand that Mackin would be properly represented at time baznr from AprIl 11e Social Club announced a banquet for the near future and IH andrsummer series of entertainments QBUNIT1OOUNCIIJd The principal feature of the meet ing of Unity Council Y at I of I NeW Albany on Tuesday night was tho obligation of five new members Three applications were received i SrMnrtel on behalf of the Gallagher Club presented the council with a dozen handsome chairs for the li brary President Fred Relax calico attention to time large attendance and said he expected to see many ogre meetings of like proportions communications from Rev Father Frank A Roell former chaplain of the douncil was read Father is now pastor of this church at JU mond Indi andbehytedl1oldNow Albany friends to attend the approaching aver jubilee of Bt Joseph Society in his rich Th commnttieation i was received Ia j applause and many members signi their intention of attending the forthcoming jubilee LADIES AUXILIARY A O If IThere was a nice meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary on Wednesday evening with Miss Rose Sweeney pre siding It was announced that the I paraphernalia for the degree team arrived and will be used at nn initiation to be held after Easter + David OConnell and Mrs I Qulnlnn were reported ill and Miss Emma Fisher was announced to be fully recovered Three new members 1 lproposed and four were Inltl 1 Plans for tho euchre noel I 1 dance to be given at Falls City Hall April 5 were discussed and details I HItMiss Mary Corcoran made very interesting talk and invited ladies mind their friends to the I Stewart Dry Goods Company to how Irish lace Is made The 1 evening was closed with vocal nnd vs instrumental music 1 ST CECILIAS BAZAR 1 The great event of April in Cath 1 social circles will be the bazar Machln Councils club house for y benefit of the new Church of St Cecilia from April 4 to 11 inclusive Tickets of admission are only ten cents and no soliciting of chances be allowed on the floor Each parish society will have its booth and each booth will have many handsome articles to be disposed of Refreshments mind supper will be served in the club house Combina tion books are going rapidly and time prospects are that a handsome sum will be realized for a worthy cause FAIRY PLAY The people of Clifton and time en I tire eastern section of the city are I lookine forward with pleasant an ticipation to the evening of Fridny Awtl I ribs n till rlllrlron n Sf Frances of Rome church of which tine Rev Thomas W White is the zealous Pastor present the fairs play entitled The Fairies Carnival Great preparation has been mndt fa this production which will talc place in the school hall A num11e- Qf very good specialties will also he given liy some very talented children MANY MOURN Ills DEATH The many friends of D J Me Nnmnra formerly of Frankfort hut recently of Lexington were shocked to learn that he had died 3in time Blucgrnss capital on Tuesday off last week Loyal and true he num bered his acquaintances and friends among the thousands not only 1In Lexington but all over the State These friends have extended their sympathy to his widow and family Is survived by his widow who wns Miss Mary Reagan of Frank fort two children his parents sec eral sisters and a brother VISIT FROM GRANT PRESIDENT Grand President Robert T Burke Grand President of the Y M I Ken tucky jurisdiction has rehurne from Frankfort where he paid an official visit to Lambert Youn Council one of the oldest In State Mr Burke found time counci- in 1 splendid condition and delivere- an address on timely topics Encouraged by his advice it was determined to begin a campaign for new mom bers According to custom the mini hers of Lambert Young Council ap proached holy communion on Passion Sunday ORPHEUM OPENS TODAY The new Orpheum Theater by many experts considered the handsomest moving picture house in the South will throw open its doors 332334 West Jefferson street thisI afternoon It was intended to have the opening on St Patricks day the embellishments were not com pleted The Orpheum Theater 3 owned by Messrs John H and s IP Whallcn Its total cost is x000 j It has been leased and will be oper ated by the Princess Amusement Company of which Judge iUie the principal officer ICSUPPI 1t AND EUCHRE The ladles und gentlemen of St Coltimbas parish are arranging a grand euchre and supper for th benefit of time church It will be given nt Pfisters Hun Twentyfifth and Market streets on the matter noons and evenings of Tuesday nnd Wednesday Marcn 29 and 30 The ladles of the parish will serve dinner and supper The afternoon games will be called at 230 oclock and tIle evening games at 8 oclock Tickets are being sold at twentyfive cents ECCLESIASTICAL MESSENGER Time Rev Father Michael F Melody chaplain at St Vincent Orphan Asylum has been selected to go to Indianapolis this year to se thisJBishop ODonughue in the Cathedral1 of Indianapolis on Holy Thursday March 24 Father Memody will bring the supply Of oils tor the whole diocese nnd will return to Louisville on Holy Thursday evening KENTUCKY GDIL HONORED rIIilis Nancy Johnson daughter o Col Ben Johnson of Bardstown tin Representative in Congress from the Fourth Congressional district will be the sponsor for the new steamer Kentucky which is being built for the Hawaiian Steamship Company The new steamer will be launcheds near Baltimore on Monday March 21 Representative Talbot of Maryland conveyed the invitation to MjsI Johnson and she promptly accepted NEED NEW SCHOOL iA new parochial school is needed in St Vincent de Pauls parish the ground for which was purchased by time late Bishop McCloskey and tIle pastor Very Rev Father Thome iIB anxious to build a modern schoolhouse on the sate The members of the congregation arc planning to raise time necessary funds and for this purpose e pe et to hold a bazar about the middle of April oUnUILDING8TAItTBDh Work Jias begun on the magnificent new sanitarium of the Sisters of time Incarnate Word at Shreveport This bulldloff will cost 150000 when completed 1I It I lS 0 ooo + OO9oooo 4s wN wue iI y ywKS+ 4Nr 1 4 5 HHOME PHONE 1942 COMB PHONE SOUTH 620 Keaney Cut Rate Drug Store Iii B SIXTH AND OAI STREETS 1- o KEANKYS COMP SYRUP White Pine For That Coufth25c H Bells Pine Tar Honey19c Swamp Root 42e Papes Diapepsin 42c- Bulls +S yr Cough Syup19cScotts Emulsion 42c Qulnzoln 42cj X sChamberlains V Cure19cWampole C L 011 83c Centhox 42c A Cough Pertna 83c Papes DluetIc42eISJ Cedar BalsamI 19c pjnkhams Comp 83c Spennax 42c YY Plnex42c Syrup of Flgs25c Sal HepatlcI9c IS- I Special Beef Iron and Wine Spring Tonic25cand 50cHA Saturday and Sunday Special giDOUBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS SATURDAY AND i 11tIAll the A D S Preparations for Sale Here Cream 2Sc II Powder Pure 25ct4 X KcnncyH Bed Hug Killer = Destroys the eggs as well as the bugs One application kills Price 25c and ylI 4Sc per bottle Brush for applying givens t t IIoiiNCclcnning ReqiiiHifcR iItIS Skins lSc to100XX SOc Sheep Wool Sponge 3Sc 5JJIc- I oo 7tz 7G7QULEYS Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee Henry Miller and Company IN- I HER HUSBANDS WIFE A STORY OF TOD- AYSATURDAY NIGHTr ENDS Our Great Special Sale of time Smith Rose Conrad stock of Mens and Suits Values up to 10 for 5 Values up to 15 for 750 aValues up fors10dLEVYSThird The Bright Spot in Louisville IHSIIOP TO MEET KNIGHTS The Right rev Denis ODonaghu- et Bishop of Louisville has accepted an Invitation from Louisville Councils Knights of Columbus and will be 0Its guest on the of Thursday March 31 A reception from- t oclock until 730 will be followed J1by a The various Knights will be presented to his Lordship by Grand Knight Edward J McDermott JUNIOR ORDER BANNED The ban has been placed on thee Junior Order of American Mechanics In New York State by Superintendent 1of Insurance Hotchkiss Superln reorient Hotclikiss announces that any agent representing the Juniors In that State for business is liable to arrest Many will watch to see if these loudmouthed patriots win obey the law I PARDONABLE ERROR Inadvertently it was announced last week that Thursday had been tine anniversary of the death of thes late James T Campbell for many years the honored President of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society It should have rend that It was the anniversary of his birth ATTAINS SEVENTY YEARS Jared S IMoore who has been an employe for thirtytwo years celebrated the seventieth anniversary a offt calledeto congratulate on Scriptural threescore and ten andI to wish him ad multos annos I GOLDSMITH NOT FORGOTTEN Acting on a suggestion by Very Rev Dean Kellyof SU Peters church at Athldne Ireland the West meath Council has decided to preserve home of Oliver Goldsmith at Llssoy from further decay I BATTLEJ RECORD The civil war record of the Sixty ninth New York Nations Guard hasben officially recognized and it has been authorized by the Adjutant General of the State to place fiftythree silver rings on the lances of its colors to indicate the services to the United States and to the StafeQC the ilftythree silver rings fortyeight give time names and date of battle l time regiment partic ipated Jn in time eivjl war one ring lai for service in the Sp nlahAmer can war sad four rings are for State riot dntyo q St Louis and German Soap3 for lOo a Ivory Sonpu1for lOc SUNDAY Special Peroxide Baking Chamois Youths evening banquet County theolc1 Insect Powder per pound 25c Household Ammonia pint Sc Powdered Borax poundto lOe Moth Balls pound Sc Copperas pound Sc Lightning Roach Paste lSc Sulphur Fumigators toScFormaldehyde Candles 2Sc Steams Electric Roach Paste 19c Richards Roach Exterminator iOc Wood Alcohol pint ISc Denatured Alcohol pintto lSe 0 and historic Petermans Ranch Food and Petermans Bug Killer and fS Petermans Food Carbolic Acid crude pint iS Solarine Burnishine Yi Liquid Veneer and Chloride Lime iOciH Oof saeaP AN INVITATIONO- n the third floor there now pro gress interesting exhibition Irish Lace Making by three colleens from Ros common County Ireland connection displayed rare treasures exquisite Irish Lace from Americas largest importers You are invited come and the work yourself STEWART DRY GOODS CO locorpor i CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcCHEEBY wNEW YOAL SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 42PIEGE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to Kentucky American CASf1ad + This beautiful Fortytwo Piece Southern Dinner Set hand decorated Jasmine floral and gold effects and any housewife would be proud possess one same We are offering this set for limited time for 200 cash and one years subscription You can not ford miss this opportunity get one these handsome sets Sample Set Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green StICASINOI THEATER 37 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater M p cialy to Ladioa amid Children PRINCESS COLUMBIA llttWe1preNatoalyt dramatic and comic n c 15c 25c itISc 25c Ant 25c i I 15c qmixture15cto to ISc tPlattst S lOc 42c Y 5c 01 00 is in an of In are of to see 1 lied IM fc l Irish is in to of a in af to to of on HOPKINSWhere the CroWiCV1 MOVING Free Dlltereit the Rest New fire talks by Mr illavtratad aoagty Sm Old- Pr1Cei r 1 Entirely Films 1 PICTURES IW1tb Popular explanatory t 10c and Sc I J j P i KENTUOKY IRISH AJMERICAN S ISS CLEANERS AND DYERS e e MONUMENTS 1 iilar9ementto make room for the en l of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed ingly low prices Call and examine MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 3J8320 WEST GREEN STREET i++ + + 6 + + + + +o Mn Wt Smiths SonA- L 9 SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnlabed for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSTREETCD TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONSe FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street +I+F4+ tt+ D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETt +Hy+E +4N i 4+HI + 4++ H441 I t tt+ sao eeee o ooo o e eoo ae J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 I TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 1 Carrl bhf1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Eibalner TELEPHONE 365 All ntabtCarrlgu 1225 W MARKET ST BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- HeleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE U Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS c TfeeStetsrs of Mercy Jeffersonvllle hospital1ortbet eyH ptic patients Both male ad female paN aEs are admitted Rate very reas MiaM For further particulars apply t- MOTHER o r I MARYREOINA t nBRCY PITAL Offence JellsssiMllte Iii 4rrlri t a q irai MODERN METHODS I keep thoroughly up to date with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my j work of the highest class i DR HENDRICKSDENTIST I 436 West Market Street WINES LIQUORS DIS- ARSVALS SALOONVAL X4 STBHf PXOT t Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 VVGHBBN e HERRMANN BROS IHPORTBRS LIQUORdDistillers and Wholesale Deal KenoPearl of JNelsoiiBO- TTLBD 9 y IN BONDIIftlepMM tMt tN SIXT1 ST1HT jtit LENGTH SESSION Of Division 4 Proved to Be Very Pull of Interest Division 4 A O H met in regular session Monday evening and In the absence of President John II lieu Messy Vice President Lynch occupied the chair The feature of the meet- Ing was its length Many good humored jokesmlths attempted to entangle the chair in parliamentary tactics and jokingly appealed fro his decisions Several times ncti President Lynch grew a little ner ous but always straightened out the stretch and at the close of t evening he was pronounced a first class presiding officer Fred Ioon acted as Vice President The Visiting Committee reported that Charles Callahan Michael GilI more and Stephen J Toomey who had been ill were fully recovered Michael Doyle was reported confined to his home with an injured foot and Michael Ward was reported 1ill The Entertainment Committee reported that Division 4 would give picnic at Phoenix Hill on Monday delegatoof Catholic Societies reported on the last meeting of that body and said the Federation was progressing nicely The committee arranging for tl picnic in Juno is made up of liar Brady Stephen J McElliott Thomas J Langan William Callaghan and Thomas Lynch HOCK BEER Makes Its Appearanceand Heralds Approach of Spring Bock beer will be out early this morning This is the pleasing iIn- telligence that is made known by the appearance of the familiar pictures of the bigwhiskered billy goat tIle specsbrewfrom the time of Gambrlnus have heralded the coming of spring The doingbusand Jeffersonville make joint n nouncement of the advent of bock CompanyPhoenixferMeycr rowing Company SennI 8 Ackerman Brewing Company of DrewlngCompanyGeorge Wiedemann Brewing Company of Newport Everybody knows that Ingered S a is German word for ripened or cured and that lager beer Is a malt Lever age that is kept in a cold place for months until the yeast has done its full work anti the alcohol is formed from the sweet matter in the malt j and the whole is transformed into n liqutthatanything else Now bock beer ha more malt and more hops than ordinary lager and it is kept longer in the ripening vats so that it tis stronger and more sweet than the regular brew It comes but once year like Christmas and those wh love good beer look forward to th 0e advent of bock as the President another d good people look forward t persimmonthat j t good The broaching of the bock at the beginning of spring is n relic of tIlejj olk customs of ancient Germany springfesUmlpeople The Christian festival of Easter while it Is based on a sacred event was adapted to this use from the ancient German festival of which the bock was an incident So Christmas was an adaptation of th Yuletide festival of ancient Bitain And as the plum pudding and the evergreens and the mistletoe still1 retain their popularity long after their significance has been obscured so the tapping of the bock brew isi thoughtheyniflcance to it And all Americans who live in the vicinity of elite InOleglasses of book even though the3 I are not regular beer drinkers SOJOURNING KNIGHT Anthony Kroeger of Cannellton Ind dropped in on his IE C friends this week and also employed him cityAlthough StatuatCompany d y Italy Ho Is a member of the firm and the firm are makers of high class ecclesiastical statuary In com pany with Knights Jeff Bannon an Dr J T Fowler Sir Kroeger calls IentuckyIrllih ST PATRICKS WEATHER From a weather standpoint St Patricks day was an Ideal day The sun rose bright and glorious and there was not a mist or cloud to mar tIle beauty of the sky The air was fresh and balmy and the scent of spring was in the air Weath sages are wont to prophesy Inch rbutwas ideal on March 17 During the PaTpast eleven years Lad weather was j OAUONS NEW DIRECTORY Lafortiethi rlckVdday It gives the population tecorthe6 the multiple of twobelnrusedIt i shown an increase of 3310 ever last rTlie new directory Is the band someeEone ever 10t6noutby th company andrlifteetcredlt on them I publishers as well tire on thee oti No business house should bel without It I J i r How tIt m To Make I fm A fmftl 1IIFortuneMIEalD i j 00 all you can and SAVE 11a part of what you earn A f oneg t Try InCOUNT here a which you I I I hestartwhich with will ONE bear interest COMII eyPOUNDED twice a I yearII I IKy Title s I I anaf m and I mt imtTrust Co I Placery ffflI mtOpen Saturday dally until until 7 3 p roofmt Ufuft coIV= JI 1OJ FLOWERSOf Every Description for EASTERWith the Prices Right AUGUSTI RfUA UMER- H FLORIST CHESTNUnT BOTH PHONES Special attention to outof town order g oo e SI jj FOR S jx C c I Furniture 5 g Of 111 Kinds LowestAPrices go to I j 0WM F MAYER I STnJ f g I CBe THOMPSON FLORISTJRosebuds a Floral Designs AVJflNIIIIitBoth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attend and satisfaction gnaranteed M BURKE5I TAILOR if Ladles and Gents Suits Dry Cleaned and Altered Sponged and PressedM Satisfaction Guaranteed 234 South Eighth Streett I URECOtCIncorporatedu N W Cor Third and Green Sts We furnish the home com paymentsdWM CALLAOHAN Mr Sales Dept I dive your boys an education thai wlll pr pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LouUvlIle Ky C1u1erg rtmeatlargeawimstln paot WcU1tqulppe- dymuuium Term Jdodcrate Bro yame nlJO HENRY HUNOLD Xua IN Staplit and Fancy C Grieirfis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE RMH IN CONNECTI9N dsOld Whiskies a ilp clldry e PW 41i 540 W WALMUL IltitllitrOATOOe u j i I ali tkrM and ft quarter natli lim tow of potatoes here raised Ireland last rwc 3 NEW COUNCIL tItOf Knights of Columbus mto Be Fonncled In IIFrankfort ftlA new council of the Knights of atBofLexingtonsary arrangements The work will LouIsvllle ImnI+ theChurch theGoadandKnightsattendThepromptlyat andhesttheStoicdowntoCapltulHotelj TT de11herinteresttoa Irankfort Knights who have been affiliated141 t1 rcxlngtonCouncilswdelegationill goodshape ftTUINITY COUNCIL President Ecker Gratified Over Awakened Spirit CuuncllYlreliidentVlcthe roll cull showed an Increased at making now expects to complete several more Improvements in addition to greatly reducing Its Indebtedness flrlltofvery interesting and the attendance grows larger each week Commit tees were named to have the sidewalk nssummer season Eugene Cooney Grand Sec rotary of the Kentucky jurisdiction and also n delegate to the Catholic Federation made n few remarks and ttold those present the good work the Federation was doing The com mittee in cnarge of the euchre lotto nnd dance to be given on March 30 reported that they had secured isthemany of them very handsome trim ity will have accommodations for nilII and looks for a record breaking crowd lIASEHAIjIi FEVER IIntorest In the opening lot the in Louisville is at fever heat That much Is evident from the attendance of the fans at Eclipse Park this week The mem practlce labors each day Manager Peltz Is well pleased with the showing made by both new and old men The fans approve the improvements In the park particularly the extension of the grandstand and bleachers The Colonels will open the season with an exhibition game on Easter Sunday when they will cross bats AmerIcansy mlrably well equipped with pitchers catchers and In fact everywhere ex cept the second station As soon as the fans are satisfied that a first class second baseman has been se ocured Grayandson other pennantKI IRISH LACE MAKERS The presence of three Irish lace makers at the Stewart Dry Goods Companys store this week hoe at traded thousands to that emporium isses Annie OCrawley Kate Eagan and Mary OFlanagan are experts sent from Ireland to show the peo pie of America what real Irish lace Cfromlace In full view of the customers rind havo dIsposed ofmanythousand dollars worth of goods of Irish man- facture They will remain next week ST JOSEPHS DAY Today is St Josephs day and is celebrated by Catholics In a devo t tional manner St Joseph was the I spouse of the Blessed Virgin and the foster father of our Saviour Jesun parishnJoseph In most cases these nove theEr the noveda today and to continue it I for nine days At St Johns church JosephDaFIRE AT GETHSEMAXE Tire Por erg lodge at the entrance destroyedby twentyfeetnot insured The building or rather Rerlea of buildings that formed the VeryReverect a more pretentious structure on the old site PAYS GREAT DEBT A quarter of ai million dollar lljajsroodly jlllm to 1pay ones ehxiiwK clobt I dosebkloalaK llfeehan Iit the happy patior House That Quality Built 1 617 Fourth Avenue Mary Theatre IFRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers r LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL BREWAI-s byeveryone J ti SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst StreetttAre Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 767I7672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 1913TII3J WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREETiTelephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KT W C CUNNINOHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKYK HOTEL COMP N Incorporated Special attention given to traveling menI Best in the city for the money HaveI your mail addressed in our care First class sample rooms AMERICAN PLAN RATES SI00 cad S2 50 With Bath 3 I PERT HICKS AUnizcr enter and Jefferson Sis Opp Court House All the latest Spring Styles and Shapes pricesCall Ghas fl Rooers n BOOKK Go PRAYER IQPKS AND To suit every taste Give as a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city Ns MigizlMS adKtWcls Artfclis or VZRr aaeAaarrarox 434 West Jefferson Street Isdecesdemt of All Undertaker KATIE AGNBS SMITH LADY aelrlrR Arwtig Ladiw A M bot raoma 1 77 Opp Anderson OUR LnUISVILLE Bottled Louisville Avenue ROSARIES BMBAUMBR y I Ottos Restaurant OTTO E VENT Proprietor 15cYNightShortOysters In Season 445 West Jefferson Street Prank J Kachler At J Arts ARTSoaCAFE1E Old Kentucky Dew Seven Years Old Bottled in Bond PrP Quarts SI Pints COc Half Pints 25o + N E Cor Third and Green loulsrllte Ky HENRY AAIJIi J PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER K Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Pboee263 528 Fifth Street MONON ROUTEBE- TWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION 0LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Ifllfif and fDrswlyRNI AN NaIna Io KENTUOKY IRISH AMEiRICAIT MUSICALEand LECTURE UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Order of Hibernians At Macauleys Theater SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 20 1910 TICKETS 25 and 35 CENTS PROCEEDS TO If DONATED TO IRISH PARLIAMENTARY FUND JII Ask to See Our Surprise Special Sale No 532 i SUITS FOR MEN High Class Custom Quality Easter Suits 15 ItlTHE BIG STORE 414 5118etweeD MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is apt predated more than in the summer A- FARJRANDOECILIAN PIANO Will supply this music If there is ao one in the family that can play AH one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporited QSOOO FOURTH AVENUE i I Both Phones n Gold Band China Free With MulloyN Coffees Teas and Unkind Powder CUp and Saucer or Plate in handsome ware Free with 2 = lbs New Blend Coffee at50c or ij lb New Blend Tea at30c or lIb Baking Powder nt 40c MULLOY Home Cumb Main 2317a COFFEE ROASTER I O10 W IWCARJCBT STBEKBJT i ROBT MONTANUS PICTURES WALLPAPER PICTURE FRAMING INTERIOR DECORATIONS r 2325 j1 118 W MarKet St I t WILLIAM BORGMANN SELLS AND SHIPS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS All the Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail Fruity Trade Through Mail Orders a Specialty 114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY CRACKEDAND BUCKLED Has Your New Plastering Cracked or Buckled If you had used our Diamond Wall Plaster it would not have happened KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporated Both Phones wigFirst and River LouUvlllt Ky Also operating Hocwler Wall Plaster Plant t JefTersonvllIe Ind Phone 55J I DRJ T CHAWK l t Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Fort SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For lad Delivered OFFICE AND FORQB 713715 SEVENTH STREET i REMOVALNOTICEWe willremovel to No 617 West Main street about April 1 our present location being entirely too small for our increasing business We hope to be favored with your pat ronage at our new location where we will carry the largest i n stock of Leathers and Findings to be found in the South BOSljERiBROSEDWARD Jf BQSLER PROP n o u BOCK BEEROn Sale Today Frank Fehr Brewing Company SchaeferMeyer Brewing Company Phoenix Brewing Company Senn Ackerman Brewing Company Paul Reising Brewing Company George Wiedemann Brewing Company HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doltg the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A division of the order bus been organized at Flushing Long Island Secure tidiets today for the musicale and lecture tomorrow night at Macauleys lames K Dolan ex ationnl Presi dent was the principal speaker at the Troy celebration on Thursday Division 1 of Batavia N Y made- an excellent showing when Its mem- bars received holy communion a St Josephs church The only meeting to l e held next week will bo that of Division 3 on Monday night The officers ask all members to be present The Ladies Auxiliary of Milwaukee held a great meeting Thursday night to receive their State President Mrs William OBrien of Ashland I1evTolnt Arthur State President presided at the institution of n dins ion of the Ladles Auxiliary nt Wash ington Ind nnd also visited Seymour St Inul KiheriiiaiiH contemplate organizing a now degree team to lie composedl lnf the younger mem bers of tits order This is a wise move From east to west from north to south wherever there are Hiber nians they last Sunday received the Holy Eucharist n fitting prepara tion for the celebration of St Pat ricks day- Division 1 of Manchester N JL iin conducting a live membership con test which will close in May Lust week six wore Initiated and five ap I plications were tiled The last meeting of the Lilies Auxiliary nt Superior Wis was ob served as Longfellow evening with an appropriate programme made up relatlag From none will Bishop ODonaghue receive a warmer welcome Ito Louis rifle ithnn the Ancient Order There CountyBoardand make nil proper arrangements Archbishop Christie of Portland greetingstoorder anti extends n cordial imita ion to all to visit the Leona City rvhen the national convention meets thereThe division at Niagara Falls is making nn effort to recall nil those who through cnrelesness more than lack of patriotism fell away from yearsThisof trial here in L6uisvllle j Owing to the untiring energy of Sims John Nlland of Fond du Lac nnd Prof M O Italian the study OfII Irish history has been introduced into many schools and classes are being organized in the divisions and auxiliaries throughout the State The four divisions of Manchester N JL met Sunday tnornlhg and marched to St Patricks church where the members approached holy communion Thursday night they 1 enjoyed u most delightful banquet at which Proto Hugh Malloy of J Lowell Mass delivered fin eloquent and patriotic address Bishop John S Foley of Detroit in a letter to State President Pow ers congratulates the prdec upon Its I KOCH work and young men1 to j becpme members Our younger jjeneratlon lleyaIJlOno time I father who sought a tame in stir 1 grfpfc republie akonkl Unit thtm 4 7 rSecond Annual OpeningAND Spring Exhibitt OF Mens and Boys- Wearing Apparelt 9a m to 9 p m SATURDAY March 19 1910 Flowers and Music Everyone Cordially Invited MMoses CO I Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Men Wear Store I Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J KinsdU Gen SupL l reeves with it to keep alive ti memories of days gone by- MACAULErS Henry Miller nnd his company comes to MncauleyM for the last half nulttuciatilee bands Wife a story of today theI scene of which is laid to Saratoga PICTURES AT HOPKINS Pleasureseekers who visit the Hopkins Theater for an hours en 1ert tinlcnt are well repaid by the presentation of a splendid collection of motion pictures Eiulle Weber and his illustrated songs alone are worth the admission With fair weather big lhouses will now rule there V MOTION PIOTUHES The pictures promised for next i week tit the Casino Princess and Columbia are of the best and will j surpass any yet seen here They will Consist of films entirely now and ore of a character that tire sure to please all who ace them Besides the pictures there will be the latest and most uptodate illustrated songs POPULAR YOUNG MAN IMPROVES The Many friends of Joseph Canty will be pleased to learn that he IK ofheartMary Canty and is twentyhyp years old TJie yoting man Tins just cam pleted his apprenticeship as a boilermaker In the L aVid N Sleeps Vast Sunday he wg wtaeifyjwltb a sudden c attack of heart tlteens Ayhile at thehfamily reskbsnee tolQ Went 3 street and fpr verl days lentil JorthebeUbstraebrpaeepw attaurpl f J c i I IRELAND Record of the lost Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dr W J ODpherty has been elect ed medical officer for the Carrick dispensary district Extensive Improvements are to be made In the parish church ut Cash el County Fermanagh The death of the Her Malachi OGornmn at Droudford is much rc gretted throughout County Clare The Magistrates at Carrlckfcrgus have appointed James Blackburne Petty Sessions Clerk in room of James lloyd resigned Matthew Kirwan of Dunleer has been selected by time Agricultural Department for the post of Assistant Overseer in County Kerry Extraordinary catches of herrings have been landed at Uuncrana Ite turns for the first four days in February totaled over 0000 crans Arrangements are being made at Derry to provide accommodation for ffsiiing vessels with the object of en couraging the herring fishing indus ttry Philip J Crcnn of Coolroe has been coopted n member of Wexford County Council inroom of Denis Kavanngh who resigned owing to ill health Several silver articles valued nt 100 have been stolen from St Oath erines rectory nt Tulhimorc Time matter is being investigated by the policeThe remains of the man who WM run over by the mail train near New inquestea parish County Kilkenny- Unllybiiy mourns the dfath of Pat rick Connolly merchant tailor who had arrived at a ripe old age and merited time good wishes of oil with whom he came In contact Heavy rainstorms vicited various parts of Ireland the last week in February People living in the vicin ity of llown could not ntteml mass owing to the roads being flooded D A Curry who has tendered his JettySeRslonswho on last court day was proposed positiontempornrn RnllindurryCounty granddaughterliberator died suddenly at leer husbands residence The death took place at Kenmare of tho Rev Eugene OSulllvnn who Bullyiongford tired several years ago from the pastorship of that parish William Stewart M D J P third recently nt his residence at Porte down Deceased who had attained the ripe age of eightyseven was one of the most prominent and best knpvm residents of Armagh Deep regret was expressed in Boa common when It was learned that Henry McCourt of the Market square one of Rosconimons most esteemed and highly respected mer awayJohn laborerltaintimldaUng Richard McNovIn aul when driving to Lackawt- gphiaraT that they oVer shouting at bMflleB No threes were used De tqItBanta were wand fd 4he wsea fa year a 7- h Bt SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH U McKenna Distillert Fairfield Ky II IIForI the FILTERED WATER I LOUISVILLE SOAP COsII sow I aI IAnlo illy LOUVUL I Roller Skate Time Is Here RICHARDSONThe best Ballbearing Skate made400WINS- LOWExtra heavy rolls 2 SO ballbearing300UNIONGood ball bearing skates same make 195 Plain steel bearing skates 95c SKATES REPAIRED L1 V bVA J ATYM j BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING p Pru Mgr VlcrPruIt Tress Sicrttary I P Prtt+ Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wan Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BrlcB r Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue LIning FIre Briclt Grate and lJoiler Tile Ground FIre Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK BricK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBLBIMIUNB 573 WORKS i jth and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TBLBP1IONB 2- 533rwrrI FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT I Ilifome phone 4961 r 126 S FIFTH STREpT I GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SEII TUB CELEBRATED NijRIH IAR RffRGRni RR- The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical lue that are considered desire erect desirable iu a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL nubile It ranks high in the estimation of thekk SOUVENIR POST CARDSSOMEJTIIINQ DIFFERENT Easter Post Cards Newest Designs Easter Post Cards KODAK SUPPLIES Developing nod Printing for tho Amateur 321 W Jefferson Oppo le Interurban StreetI FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN 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