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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e I KENTUCKY IRISR AMERICAN I VOLUME XXIVNO13LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 26 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS 22CBRATION i Ot St Patricks DayUnder Aus pices ol Ancient Order ot i Hibernians t Brilliant Audience Revelled in Melodies and Lore ol Erinsi Judge Matt ODoherty Made Able Address On Irishf Politics 9rMUSICAL NUMBERS EXCELLENT It was a gay throng that assembled at Macauleys Theater last Sunday evening to attend the celebration of St Patricks day given under the auspices of tho County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians The fact that it was not only Lent but Palm Sunday kept many away who would otherwise have been there Yet it was n brilliant audience of fair women and brave men sons andp daughters of Erin all Prof Dennis Collins orchestra kept the audience in good humor with lively Irish airs until the curtain arose for the first vocal number on the musical pro grammeThese numbers followed in rapid succession and each soloist was compelled to respond to an encore R ItiEdelen Miss Effie McDonald D i Maloney and Mrs T Al Barrett were the soloists and all admirably ac quitted themselves Mrs May Doyle Hang who had arranged the musical programme was the accompanist and her work at the piano was of great aid to the several singers J J Flynn an old time entertainer at Irish celebrations gave a recitation that called forth an encore The musicale closed with a quartette Sons of Ireland and the vocalists were Misses Effie McDonald and a Imelda Shea and Messrs R II Edclcn and J J Flynn Thomas Walsh President of Divis ion 1 as Chairman of the evening in fitting language introduced Judge Matt ODoherty who delivered the i principal address Attorney Walshs introductory remarks were very happy and gave the audience an idea of what they might expect from the nble IrishAmerican jurist Owing to the length of the musical pro gramme and the numerous encores J Judge ODoherty was compelled to curtail his address to a mere pass ing glance at the present political situation in England and IrelandcHimself a Hibernian and n natives of Ireland Judge ODoherty mewIl exactly how to address his audience I he for hour 2heuntil he closed After paying hiscrespects in a very happy manner totChairman Walsh Judge ODoherty dwelt upon the manner in which Irishmen everywhere celebrated St Patricks day In this connection hotsaid It is to the everlasting credit of the Irish race that the name and memory of the great apostle who more than fourteen hundred years ago led their ancestors from the darkness of paganism to the sunlight of Christian truth are as much yefvered and respected by the sons daughters of that race today as at any time in the past Time that works such wonderful changes in the affairs of men and of nations has- tbrought no abatement to the title of grateful affection which the name and memory of St Patrick as hisiawaken in i feast day occurs j hearts of the Irish people and their descendants throughout the worM He told his audience that St rat ricks day for centuries past had been associated not nlone with the religious but with the political Inter ests and aspirations ol the Irish pep pie and its association and significance In this latter aspect are con stantly increasing so that St Pat rickS day now appeals not merely to tnose who cling to the ancient faith and historic church but to Irishmen of all creeds but one political faith tho liberty and independence of Ire land Judge ODoherty is a master of detail and all this led up to the discussion of Irelands present political status He went back to the time of Grattan and the Irish Volunteers to 1782 when no Catholic could hold office in Ireland nor could a Catholic become a member of the Irish Par lIame t He told how Grattan hind ed the home industries of f and of the stand taken by avtnlent with this placard on the ft of their cannon Freer Else K ODoherty recounted how i Volunteers movement hail BjtheJI Irish Protestants and B together and told how istlereagh had corrupted the jirlloment and brought the pful union of 1800 The Ejdwelt at length on the Bgs and robberies of tne le by tlje English Govern tMplllt1l0 years A ese grievances he Mid l lvedin the present sh people for home berty dId not WmI the En tot the treatment o accorded Tiethe jiraiuHMi ef English U recently hadI a no voice In government fljTe cut hla jack with thesei coUudlolirprno Rut tho Lord way blocking the pats in- utbiy I bay aIiia Tb i have opposed every measure every step forward the British masses have ever made True they have invariably yielded when they found their opposition was unavailing or there was danger that it might prove perilous to their own interests but a they have now apparently taken such stand planted themselves so firmly In the upward and Onward path of the people that their complete aboli ion or a radical curtailment of their power anti prerogative must be brought about The address of Judge ODoherty was frequently applauded and many would have willingly heard him an hour longer Quite a number of clergymen attended the cele bration and took a hearty interest in the musical numbers as well as nn Judge ODohertys address The County Board had invited the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue and GOT Willson to be their guests last evening Each sent letters that other duties compelled them to forego the pleasure I CLAWS CUT General Council Takes Power For Harm From City Attorney The General Council promptly sheared the present City Attorney his power to hinder or annoy thef resent cltj administration when It passed nu ordinance this week that abolishes seven positions under City Attorney Blakey The ripper bill I presented to the Kentucky Legislature by Senator Samuel L Robertson would have removed City Attorney Blakey and his first and second assistants That bill failed of passage in the Senate The offices of City Attorney and his first and second assistants were created by act of Legislature but the offices abolished by the new ordinance were created from time to time by separate or dinance It abolishes the office of law clerk bookkeeper abstract clerk and assistant abstract clerk and does away with three stenographers The ordinance creates the office of Mayors Counsel at a salary of 3400 year and also provides for a tax attorney law accountant and title attorney at salaries of 1500 a year and one stenographer at 85 a I month and two at 75 a month The position of messenger at 30 a months r also created The lower board of the General Council passed the ordinance on Tuesday evening and the Board of Aldermen 6n Wednesday The Mayor Will sign it anti City Attorney I Blakey wilt be shorn of his power I Jjfte ordln1ncetlMrgoodunubnnviU hardly meet the approval of the I Republican organs who are now It howling with rage because Republi an policemen and firemen have been i supplanted by Democrats The Even- Ing Post says that out of 700 men in the Police and Fire departments 01 have been displaced since the- lection because they were Republi ans No doubt that is true and are at least 200 more that ought to be displaced The Mayor and the Board of Public Safety ought to be encouraged to keep up the good work The Louisville Post claims that Clayton Blakey has kept the City Attorneys office out of politics Sol It is well known that City Attorney Blakey went through the Eighth and Ninth wards on election day In an automobile bearing the sign Vote or James F Grlnstead In 1908 Joseph Lawton one of Mr Blakeys Assistant City Attorneys acted ns Sheriff of the election at Sixth and Kentucky streets and bragged over he fact that twelve negroes were registered from upstairs in the same building in which the polls s wereI located SUPPERS HEADY And Holy Cross Congrega Lion Invites You to Feast All arrangements have been completed by members of Holy Cross congregation for the grand euchre and supper to be given at St Anthonys Hall next Monday after noon and evening All the commit tees have done their work well and everything Points toward success The committee announces that it has secured eighty handsome prizes to be awarded the winners of the contests during the afternoon and evening Among the prizes may be mentioned a beautiful piano cover rug two loads of coal beautiful oil painting set of sliver spoons and sugar shell and many other useful and ornamental articles The best part of the entertain meat wilt be furnished by the ladles of the congregation who will have lull charge of the most elaborate supper ever attempted in an affair of this kind Tho Easy Biscuit Flour Compariy will have representatives I on hand to furnish hot biscuits andt there will be plenty for everybody The menu will include sweet pickles and celery hot roast mashed potatoes saner kraut hem potato salad slaw cmearkase coldL tongue ice cream cake and coffee The young ladies of the congrega tion will assist the matrons in the dining room and will also lavii I Charge of the tallies The i charge of the culinary departmentI are uAIesdamea Berry DuUllnger Fontana Weiss Klundtr Dalton Queenan Hoejr Hpran Pearson Baker Lineman Wellington JSkin Pfeiffer Campbell and Quire Mwlst ed by MlMei Weiss Bler Flynn Dalton Scttrenn Leahy Leniman Tttffler and King p i 0 r f fc LlTI1 WELCOME I In True Kentucky Style Awaits the Uight Rev Denis- ODonaghue 1 Clergy and lenity Will Have Part in the Corning Reception J I New Prelate Will Be Kept Busy 1 Making Acquaintance j Flock 1 I CATHOLIC ORDERSAKEPLANNINfi Tomorrow will be the first day of a great week for the Catholic diocese of Louisville Easter Sunday will bo followed by Easter Monday the day upon which Bishop ODonnghuo will come to take possession of his see The usual Easter services will be held in all the churches tomorrow l and of course prayers will be offered or the welfare and successful administration of the diocese In outline the plans for welcoming the Bishop are these Monday morn- Ing as many priests of the diocese as can find it convenient will go to Indianapolis on a special train to I greet Bishop ODonaghue and escort him to Louisville Certain priests will constitute the official escort Monday evening the Bishop will come to Louisville escorted by clergy from Louisville and Indianapolis On ar riving at the Union Station Tenth and Broadway carriages will be Inawaiting to receive the new prelate w and his escort There too the delegation of laymen will meet Bishop ODonaghue It is expected that all the Catholics in Louisville will line i the sidewalks on both sides of Broad i way from Tenth to Brook streets The carriages will move east on Broadway to Brook street and thence to College where the episco pal residence is located The res idence has been thoroughly renovat ed and handsomely furnished for the a pOnand his official escort will proceed from the episcopal palace to the t Cathedral where His Lordship will be formally enthroned and will cele brate Pontifical mass He will also deliver his first formal pastoral ad h drcssr tu U U clergynmd la1tyr ftftBy w the mass the Bishop will be enter dArchbishopd Bishops of this province and several Bishops from other provinces are expected to be present at the entiironl zatlon Prelates and priests will form in the Cathedral rectory shortlya after 9 oclock Tuesday mornings They will move in slow procession ienterIi at 030 oclock Bishop ODonaghue and his deacons of honor will bring up the rear On arriving at the sanc tuary Bishop ODonaghue will be escorted to his throne on the gospel a side of the altar There he will be addressed by the Very Rev Adminis trator Father James P Cronin After that Bishop ODonaghue will be robed for Pontifical mass At the gospel the sermon will bo preached by the Right Rev C P I Maes Bishop of Covington and one of the most eloquent prelates in the I province After the mass Archbishop Moeller is expected to deliver a brief address The ceremonies will J close with the kissing of the episcopal I ring by the clergy and the first I I pastoral address of Bishop ODonag i hue The music of the mass will be rendered by the Cathedral choir augmented by the principal singers of all the Catholic choirs in the city am directed by Prof Joseph Chase 1 Haydns Third Mass will be rendered The banquet at the Seelbach will be gin at 130 oclock There will be no I other festivities on Tuesday On Wednesday at 930 oclock the J children of the parochial schools or as many of them as the Cathedral will hold will attend mass celebrated by the Bishop After the mass he will be addressed in English by aI pupil of the Cathedral school and in German by a pupil of St Marys school On Wednesday evening thei laity of the diocese will assemble at the Cathedral at which time each person will be presented to Bishop ODonaghue and each person willI ringTherei that Bishop ODonaghue will be kept busy attending banquets and receptions for several weeks to come as each order and society of Catholics is planning something in his honor The Knights of Columbus of which be is a fourth degree member will1 give a reception and banquet on the evening of Tuesday uprlI50nlyKnights will attend The Catholic Knights of America the Ancient Or der of Hibernians and the Y it I are also planning receptions for the new chief shepherd of the diocese Finishing touches are now put on the Interior of the Cathedralt The work has been in progress sinee before Lent The doors wUlbe thrown open for solemn vespers tomorrow evening The stately old edifice It more beautiful than ever trhltl time the decorations are Iin lighter tons and take away the Jfor fer sombre character ofthtf churchl I Myriads of electric lights illumine 1118 eJ1nrli1daU in all the Cath oUcOtLo1JariUe haTerla ntlibeproud of tbeir rejuvenatedj CathedralI The p ople will beurprledtihea they witneM the transformation t v L 1 7 c yo MACKlfl COUNCIL Is Ready itor Its Spring Campaign As tJsual Mackln Council had another well attended meeting last Monday night with President John T Kenney in the chair James Bchrembs and FJKestler were reported ill One new member was prpppsed and two were elected It wa announced that Mnckin Council jiAuld hold a big in itiation on AprlljlB i The Opera Committee which is arranging for the production of Aplong the Stars re IThefor Mackin Councils part in the bazar for the benefit of the new St Cecilias church announced that It was ready fo the bazar to open The following committee to arrange with Trinity Council for a joint Y M I welcome trftiBlshop ODonaghue U was named itobert T Burke Charles S Raldy Louis J Kleffer Dr J A Casper and Frank G Adams 1 I JtEOENDEATHSp friends mourn with Mr and liMrswood avenue over the death of their little son Gerard F Ryan who was 1 called to his heavenly home last Saturday St Josephs day The little one was not quite five yenta old butuwas the Idol of fond parents Theirs consolation is that at least one more tt angel awaits them in heavenF inTheI twenty years old took place from I the residence ot his parents Mr antItI I Mrs James B Glenn 1321 Bardstown reIqulemh youth a long liEpectedI pupil of St Xaviers College and IsasI to Mr and Mrs Edward M White have the sympathy of many friends In their grief ove the death of their I infant son LouisTWilllam who died Wednesday nIght The funeral took place from the hjorae of the childs P maternal grandfather Michael J Walsh 722 Oldham street yesterday I afternoon The Uttle one was only 3 fourteen months pld but hind found II iBwarmarents and grandf 1therlIBI Another pioneer member was lost nchaOlltAWnfzlgI cumbcd to heart trouble Deceased was a native of Bavaria but for over 1 I 1mirnviving him are four sons Frank Jo I 1inaughterfuneral took place Tuesday morning Rev Martin OConnor officiating at the mass of requiem th rjStrlc1cnry John P Monahan aged twenty years passed peacefully away early Sunday morning at the res elidencejMonahnnjj- year4 the deceased had been with h Bonnie Bros and was held In high i esteem in business and social circles of Besides ills mother he is survived dbrothertook place Tuesday morning when St 101ltb10 I leifamily1lei nue place ednesdaymorning from St Francis church of which she was one of the oldest members- A devpted wife loving mother and kindly neighbor Mrs Allgeler was held in high esteem by all who knew her The aged husband Joseph All geler four sons Leo John Joseph and Tony and three daughters Mrs Mary Guertle Mrs Edward Gyr and Mrs Daniel Kaolin survive her Four years ago Mr and Mrs Allgeier cele bruted their golden wedding anni versarytJohn J Scanlon one of the best Patrlckslfparishmother Mrs Dennis Scanlon 1837 Bank street on Tuesday morning He had been ill five weeks and death t resulted from a complication of dls Isyearsin which he died He is survived by il1ia mother a sister Miss Mollie Scanlon and two brothers Detective- sD Scanlon of the Louisville Detective Bureau and Dennis Scanlon of In f dianapolls The funeral took place from St Patricks church Pn Thurs 1 day morningcAnthony Eichler eightysix years old and a native OtGermany diedI at the family residence 2713 West Market street early Tuesday morn ing He had been confined toblsbed for nearly a year and death re suited from the infirmities of oldI I age Mr Eichler came to America Iin 1849 and settled in Louisville He es tablished a merchant tailoring bus ness and conducted UsuecessfuUyI for forty years BTe was always prominent in German and Catholio JsgreaUyr byti one son r daughters Mr In J Kieffer Mrs Carroll Lilly Mrs George Beaverson and Mrs Thomas Done The tuneral which was largely attended took place from St Anthpny church on Thursday morning WJMUITJIJL1IO The Jesuits are fa build a UI vr college at Xocttkurat near Xmas City The college iU be built ra s tract of twentyfive acrei and the approximate coat will be 11000000n o i l Y to ASSISTANT Appointed to Aid Dli otrG4ncrnI- of Missions to the Colored People Able Young Priest of the Scranton Diocese lias Been Named und of 910OOOO is to be liaised to Help Vork In the South ONE GREAT TRIPLE ALLIANCE The Rev D J Bustin of the DIo- cese of Scranton Pa has been ap 1 ointed assistant to the Rev John E Burke DirectorGeneral of tho Catho I e Board of Mission Work Among the Colored People Father Bustin entered upon his duties on January 1910 He is now appealing In the Diocese of Scranton for the colored missions and will continue to take p collections in that diocese for J months making his headquar h ers in th Bishops house whilst Burke will speak and collect c the Dioceses of Brooklyn and New ark Father Bustin was ordained about years ago at the American College in Rome since which time o has worked with remarkable success l In the Diocese of Scranton Lat rly he had established a parish in ersey Shore Pa where he built a substantial church and rectory He admirably equipped for the mission which his superiors have as- sIgned him Bishop Hoban is warmly Interested In the propaganda that I has been undertaken to convert the colored population in our country and has given one more practical roof of his interest by lending onell forIana rfylng Father Bustin of his appoint Archbishoplonleyrne of Nashville Tenn President nd Secretary respectively of the I Catholic Board for Mission Work mong the Colored People is as fol c- ws Rev J Bustln IRev Dear SlrAt the regular eeting of the Catholic Board for dIlPeopleBaltimore on November 16 1909 were unanimously selected to assist the Rev Director General the Rev John E Burke In our work fore colored missions Under his dl- ection your duties shall be similar his which are To create andll amongcatholicspeople preach on this sub ect in churches and elsewhere col ct funds in the various dioceses Ii distribute literature form assocla tions and solicit subscriptions in aid h the work of the board Your uty shall also be to visit places In which there are churches schools or missions to gather statistics and- lother Information as may be useful guidance of the board heartily therefore recom mend you and your efforts to the- ourtesy and cooperation of the Bish ps priests and laity of the coun tryFather Burke and his assistant are tireless In their work of raising 100000 to be given to the southern Bishops for the erection and maintenance of schools and churches for tho colored people Their pet cheme Is a taking one They are striving to secure 10DOOO persons each of whom will give Just 100 every year to the olored missions An appeal has been sent to all the pastors of the country urging them o allow each parish society to sub scribe simply an annual dollar to the rnd For this purpose subscrip ion blanks accompany the appeal By this means this great missionary work will ibe brought to the attention of the various societies whose members will feel tho mis sionary spirit whilst the annual dol ar appropriation from their funds will swell the fund to be used In the saving of souls Every Catholic society should assist in this easy and mall way Morever every Catholic family in the States should be represented among the 100000 annual subscribers Think of the number of souls to be saved by the judicious disposition of this fund The three leagues are the other means used to raise money for the colored missions They are The Priests League Is composed of Bishops and Priests who pay the yearly subscription of 500 and agree to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass once during the year for the benefactors of the work From this league money is used to support missionaries Priests help priestsThe Sisters League is composed of religious communities which pay 500 annually and agree to recite special prayers regularly for the I benefactors The money from this II 1 league Is used exclusively to pay the salaries of sisters Sisters help sisters 1i mjbersbenefactors Tile promoters of this league are those ifhp secure twenty member durtoc the year J FTbu a triple alliancei of prayer good works and peraoMl wicrill M III established ThW anlual publics tion entitled Our Coloil Minions issued in June the month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is sent gratis to all the members ot the leagues and to the subscribers to the 100 000 fund DOMINICANS Continue Their Great Ed ucational Work In Rome Rev J A Mcliugh O P of the Dominican College at Washington and a son of Patrick Mcliugh of this city furnishes the Kentucky Irish American with the following inter esting account of the educational work of the Dominican order One of the earliest theological schools established in the city ot Rome was at the Dominican Convent of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva This convent which dates back as far as 1255 has played n very prominent I part in the history of the Dominican order Until the original buildings were confiscated by the Italian Government In 1873 the Minerva Was the residence of the chief officials of the order and the meeting place of most of the General Chapters Front the time of its foundation it was a center of great intellectual activity special attention being given to the AquinaSthe q In 1507 this great man was declared s dInprofound study of his writings the authorities of the Minerva estab lished a few years later the College of St Thomas Aquinas The founder i of the college was John Solano a Spanish Dominican a man of greattt resignedinwhich he was the second Bishop he spent the last twenty years of his life at the Minerva Shortly before his death which occurred in 1580 he opened the now college with the warm approval anti encouragement of the Holy Sec The invaluable services which this college has rendered to Catholic theology have perfectly realized the intentions of its founders Passing over a long list of its illustrious names we come In our own times to It that of Zlgllara who as Regent of the Minerva in the seventies was a broughtboutphilosophy and theology Ills works have had a worldwide circulation and to them it is due in no small part that Aquinas is now recognized as the greatest thinker of the church in all ages Leo XIII created Xigllara a Cardinal and in an enc fhicalwell versed in Thomistic doctrineoThe library of the Minerva known as the Cnsann tense from CardinaldCasanata its greatest ben recognized by scholars us one of thebmost valuable in the Eternal All its priceless books and manuscripts ware declared national prop erty at the fall of the temporal power und the library is now entirelybunder government nected with this library until the date of its confiscation was a college of six Dominican professors of different nationalities who expounded the theology of St rhomas in public lectures Popes have vied with one another in extolling the teachings of thewAngelical Doctor The Catholic re ligion said Pope Leo XIII could re ceive no more powerful assistance from the human reason than is found in the writings of St Thomas It is no small glory then to thetMinerva to have been by its manifold activities during so many cen turies the stronghold of Thomistic theology in the Eternal City The now international college of the Angelicum which the Dominican fathers have recently opened in tome is devoted to the same great iIs work and there can be no dmbt that it will be crowned with the same success GOOD TIMEtt For Hibernians Who Will Be the Guests ofoDivision 2 Last week Division 2 A O II held an interesting anti busy session when arrangements were completedt for a complimentary social session for all members of the order In the Falls Cities on the night of April 1 were completed Con Ford presided and only one officer was absent The Visiting Committee re ported Thomas JIannon recovered from his recent Illness but Edward Madigan is still confined to his homo suffering from a dislocated shoulder After it had been decided to remain In the present foranother year Chairman Joe Lynch reported good progrels for time euhro and ball to be held on Friday April 15 for whch many handsome prizes will be se curedMessrs Joe Lynch William Qrenny and John Keaney congratulated Division 2 on the excellent showing Its members made at St Patrick church for the annual communion andexpressed appreciation of the reception given the order by Vicar General Cronin and the people of thei parish Through tile Kentucky Irish Amer lean an invitation Is extended every member of the order to visit DivisionIl feastIlongremembered but Interesting programme will be presented All who come will be wel come and are assured an evening o- rare t enjoyment VORD1I4TPl1- I1 Thufc FerdHam yerltY the Ne I York City r tUttoii l Institu tlon1 forging to the front Is shown iby Jh i fsct that it now has in ito various departments almost a- jjndstuejj thou n CONFUSION Prevails and the British Cabi net Now Faces a New Crisis Irish Threaten Break With Ministry Over Programme Offered Itcdmoml to Adhere to Plan of Taking Up Veto Before Budget INSIST ON THE LORDS DEFEAT 1 P OConnor in his weekly cable from London to the American press says that once more the situation is rupturebetweenIrish party seems inevitable The controversy rages around the old budgethouldealt with John Redmond and the- ationalist members still adhere to the policy summed up in the words fNo veto no budget The Ministry bu the other hand declares it is impossible to face the British con attempttotime Redmond has a large backing among many of the radical speakers and newspapers for the policy Of no veto no budget but this backing probably will disappear when tho Liberals are brought face to face with the decision of their leaders with a threat to break up the Ministry and the prospect of an immediate general election The rupture means of course the break up of the Liberal forces to a disastrous extent in Great Britain also means the loss of both the budget and the veto and also tho postponement of many reforms in cluding home rule for some years The Irish are more ready for general election than any other party and will face a rupture bravely if it is forced on them but still a rupture would be so serious in its consequences that all reasonable men of all parties arc exhausting their ef orts to find a compromise These efforts stilt go on day and night At ne hour they seem destined to find and the next hour they seem to failur- eForthemoment the sky is clear ut there arc clouds on the horizon that must not be ignored In the first place there is a passionate desire among the Liberals that they get the land clauses of the- udget Many of them declare that they dare not go back to their con stituencies without having got the clauses The second and even more pressing difficulty is that the state of the finances is appalling Every day adds to the nmountof the unpaid tax It looks as if in a few eeks time the State would be face to face with a deficit of 125000000 Of course this means great dislocation of business and all the city agencies are being used to force the Government to regularize the situa ion On the other hand Redmond stands where he stood from thebe ginning of this struggle He wants the financial chaos to continua as the biggest weapon in the hands of the anti Lords party And unless ho certain that Asquith can get the guarantees to pass the veto bill which is now unlikely lie is pledged not to help the Government or the Tory party out of the mess into the action of the Lords has the country Redmond and the Irish party want in short to perpetuate for the momentto bo paradoxical the thing which many f the Liberal Ministers and all the Tories want to bring to an end Red monds desire is that thd Tories if they should come into office on the it refusal of the King to give the guarantees should come face to face this gigantic deficit How could they meet it The protectionist wing of the Tory party would pro pose to do so by a high protective tariff But Balfour does not wan that the House of Commons with n Liberal and Irish majority would not stand for it I dont belleve the country would stand it There is talk of merging the two budgets into one that for 1010 anti that for 1011 and of con cessions in the second budget to Ireland which would make the budget much less obnoxious to Irish opinion But that compromise would still leave untouched the question of gigantic II surrender by that process Apd if no compromise can be arranged on that basis between Asquith and Red mond the situation will again become Impossible But I think a cpmpro mlso can be found which will enable Asquith to follow in this as in other things the tactics of Redmond anti to justify the soundness of Red raonds views and fhe wisdom of the Prime Minister in adopting these rviews T IIADGti FOR CHIEF Friends and admirers of Assistant Fire Chief Mike Casein have present ed him n handsome diamond studied gold badge The presentation took plaeeat the residence of Charletf J Fisherf at Preitoii and Qrnwby iRolH ert Wi Brown making the jipeech and completely urpH iirif the brave and valiant fire fighter Chief CsWin will wear the badge with honor jo himself and his friends J t K NTUOKY IRISH AM7yiRE0A1 T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN o CatholcsdevotedOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY 5C Entered at the Lonlivlll PortoHIt i i StcoodClml nattar Are ill1 CommiiilMlloM to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Ore St r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 26 19io HASTEn THOUGHTS J e I Once more the great festival of Easter is upon us Christians in every iI anniversarys I j of the resurrection of our blessed I Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Once more we arc recalled to the fact that I t our Almighty Father sent his only t Son from heaven to redeem us from sin and to make way for us 1apace in the kingdom that had been intend ed for us from all eternity iI The fall of Adam and Eve our first parents would have shut us forever front the holy light of Gods countenance had not the second per r son of the Blessed Trinity vouchsafed I Himself a sacrifice for all mankind For us He became man He came not as a prince of the world but as I the Babe of humble parents Ice taught us humility obedience and i charity He decried arrogance in gratitude and selfishness lie gave us two great commandments Love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart with thv whole soul and with tell thy strength and Love thy neighbor as thyself Ify his life death and resurrection Jesus Christ pas purchased for us the reward of eternal life Ills glorious resurrection was the crown ing feat of our redemption What can we do in return There is no evil worse than ingratitude and we would be the sorriest of Ingrates were we not to show some appreciation of our Saviours efforts in our behalf It is the duty of every Catli olic at this time to resurrect himself t from the slough of sin by approach ing the holy sacraments of penance and the Eucharist If we aTC really in accord with the spirit of holy j mother church we will put off thet old leaven today BAPTIST UIGOTUY In another column appears time ti copyof an advertisement showing the hostility of the Baptists to the Catholic church All Baptists are no bad but it is certain that those who advertise the workof exPriest Fresenborg if tlmere1s such n nina are trying to incite a religious war Never in its history did the Catholic church pick up a foulmouthed renegade Protestant and exploit him at the expense of any other creed Time Baptist World is a very yellow i journal QUKKK STORY According to telegraphic advices from San Antonio Texas the Church of St Alary there has been presented by the Vatican with a minute chip of one of SL Patricks homes Possible but hardly probable St lat I inIindeed to hear that his bonesj jnewsare being parceled out Time faith he brought to Ireland has been dissem inated through every land but hi bones remain in Ireland HAVE ItlGIIT TO KICK The State Hoard of Equalization now in session at Frankfort did not know it was urewifig a storm when it proposed to increase the assessed value of property In Jefferson county to the tune of 25 per cent Labor unions have joined with business men firms maid corporations against suchan injustice and It would be a rank outrage to so in crease the valuation From Rome conies word that a consistory will be held early in April when several ordinals will be created Those meutloted for the iLugavlij sigfjOT Mendes Bello Patriarch of Lisbon That there will be other J creations at the consistory is deemed alnipst certain but it would hoi prematute for the moment to say j anything about them j j President Tofts address to tIlejjj Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago on Thursday of last week showed lIe 1 kno vs something of Irish history It 1 Will never go down as a masterpiece I of oratory but the address shows that he Is keenly alive to the inter j wegts of the Irish in America andt that he knows that Irish interests Io ate American interests ExOoy Beckhara who returned to tfninkfort full of Florida water the day the LtgUlature adjourned tee mains Sore at everybody but himself Ala vitriolic denunciation Isotrjrument and Mi th ret6rJrticeired wltbonllpIoUlnlUoenf1e- oatempt r 0The Catholic of Loalavflle are preparing a grand Kentucky welcome for their note Bishop time lllght Rev Denln ODonaghue who will arrive next Monday evening He would have felt thrice blesses1 had he been in Louisville during Holy Week to see the devotion shown by time people in the various churches This Is Holy Saturday the eye off Easter Sunday and the last day o abstinence during Lent LACE MAKERS i Have Finished Their Work and Ply For the East The young Irish maidens who have been demonstrating the nrt of mak mpg real lace at the Stewart Dry Goods Companys store during the 77y R v iWClffh r- L0FrdNRG x JW1tMRJYILh CALL v JLGO R LANLJ pout two weeks will leave tonight for Baltimore They will be accom unified by tile Itev Father Michael1I tttp America from Ireland Their work inI Louisville has been of an educa tional nature and will be of great pecuniary benefit in the end to Irish industries One hears notch of Irish lace but thorn is not one woman in 10000 in America that can tell the different between real Irish lace und the counterfeit brand The Irish people want the Americans to he able to his cern the difference Many Ameri cans go each year to Europe but comparatively few visit Ireland EvenI then the numberthat Interest them selves In IIrish Industries is ridicu lously small When the mountain failed to go tto iMuhomet llIhol let went to the mountain So Father OFlanagan brought the Irish lucemakers to the United States They have demon stated their art from coast ttoI coast and have caused u demand for begins ning 1 ne Misses Annie OCrawley Kate Egau and Mary OFlanngaii whoI composed the party of demon lntellgenst and uptodate girls They hull fromt the Franciscan Convent at Lough Jlynn County Itoscommon antI Father OFlanagan is from Bummer hill College County Sltgo latheOFlanagan mid his charges are well1 pleased with the treatment received in Louisville LARGEST SUNDAY SCIJOOL Chicago has the unique distinction SundmysclmooiuForquer street in the heart of the Italian settlement known as Little byRev1 Guardian Angels school but is now known us the Guardian Angels Ital ian mission which with 125 teachers maid an attendance of more llian2SX children is the largest in the world While the religious aspect of this great institution is its most salient feature everything else that makes for the social slid moral uplift of the children Is studiously attended to Fetyfugthey are permitted to retain Lime gar meats which they make This class numbers oho four hundred mem helptothe nhildrcn are appreciative of this bythebooks are distributed every week and that they are becoming Americanized by the fact that such books as the life of Washington life of Lincoln and similar works are most in demand The boys club and sodalities for both 1Io sand girls LIre means by which the social life 0f the children Is strengthened RKAIMf FOR TEDDY 0If former President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt visits Ire- JatulheifIsurei to receive a hundred thousandweleoines The Lord Mayor of Dublin will greet hint not only with Cead Mlllei Pallthe tint wiil remind his fellow cltiaens lhtfrHooaevelt Jias done mortortJe gensraltirol adobes Mr Hootereit did aeteon template a Vlclt to Inland f r SOCIETV 1 a i I II s Yelra i iw1 I IJamu M Trcnsy has returned 1 short sojourn at West Baden Springs =Airs Sam J Boldrick last week vis ited the family of Mrs Kate BoldrickI at Lebanon Mrs W H Bannou who teas here for a short visit has returned to her home in Owensboro Miss Teresa Talbott of Bardstovvn returned home Monday after a shorn visit to Miss Hallie Gary Miss Julia Hays of Springfield ar rived here lust week to visit1 Mr Robert Griiluuu at Crescent Hill Miss Florence Mahoney of New Haven nrlved the latter part of last week to visit friends in this city Mr mid Mrs M J Dillon of Detroit were this week the guests of Mr and Mrs JF Dannenhold Miss Elizabeth Waters of Frank tlmfMisses Gibbons on Bellnire avenue Mss Anne E Bryan returned Sat urday froth Bardstown where she spent it mouth with Mrs Win Hinkle Mrs James Kelly and Miss Annie burner have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs B F Groon nt West Point Mrsi John J Schulten nnd dungi ter Mrs William A Riesert have gone to Sarnnuc N Y to spend six months Muss Elxle Mlddletoii has been etit joying n visit to her grandparents us Mr and Mrs Bluford Middleton a- New t Haven Mrs Xowtou Brunton of Clifton left Sunday for Cincinnati to spen severalI weeks with her daughter Mrs Cook Wells 1frs1 H MfCollum and Mis Knthvrine Wehh of South Louisville mire home after a weeks visit to relat Lives at Big ditty Miss Kuthrriiu Kceioy of Owens boro Is expected next week to make a visit to Miss I Lisette Korfhage 1310 East IElm street New Albany Miss Freda Ostermau iftid Mrs Tliomas Rakin enjoyedn pleasantt visit last week with Mr amid Mrs Phillip Mcnovernat Flora Heights John T Mnlone mid daughter Miss IEdith Malone left Wednesday for n tour of New Mexico and the Pacific roast They will be guile three woiks Mrs Dennis Collins who was oper rated on tit St Josephs Seminary latTuesday Is improving rapidly and willNllllllhe able to be removed homo i t1 Frank Senn Henry Pa slick and 1E C Campbell were among those from I this city who hove been spending the past week rat West Bade Springs John L Riehin of the MontenegroI RIehm Music Company is sojourning at French Lick Springs He will take u trip to Chicago before returning Mrs helium is the guest of friends at Seymour lad i Copt Michael A Sweeney PresiI dent of the MI A Sweeney Shipyard and Foundry Company who has been seriously ill at the home of his brother James W Sweeney 801 East Market street Jeffersonvllle Is now on the road to convnlesence Misses Susan Ryan Helen Ciathof t Clara Hurst Mary 1eeltj nn Jennie Gnau members of the senior class of time Academy of Mercy wen the guests of Mlns Sheridan MeBride on Friday of last week who enter trained In a most delightful manner James Tighe time veteran ralld X locomotive engineer Is now being addressed as Grandpa by Ills friends and acquaintances A new baby girl has come to grace the home of Mr and Mrs Van ODnntel1 The mother Iis the daughter of Mr Tighe The little one was baptized at St Williams church last Sunday and Mr and Mrs Tlghe were god respectivelyBotlm e receiving congratulations MAOKIX SOCIAL CLUBS SERIES The young men of Mackin Council social chili will IniinRurate the Rprinpt series of dances anil receptions Mon plcalI1 anil ijontlifuons music will mild to the ihrlJliillll lit the occasion ixvhich 1 A nl11tt1en aIurtiCusick cellent programme for this dance to be followed by three more before the social season closes BROUGHT HIS OWN XAME James W Dougherty the well known linotype operator fomerly of this city lint now a resident of Cov ington is rejoicing over the arrival of a tenpoundboy The young fel mornlngotfarcllfriends In Louisville You dont have to guess what Is name is going to yoittlgPatrickfather Is receiving congratulatory messages FOR ST COLUMBIAS The good people of St Columbas perish Mfe made great preparations for tin grand euchre and slipper to be given at Pfiaiers Hall Twenty nfth and Market streets on the afternoons and I evening of next Tuesday jinlWednWKlaj The after JQ ligaweIJwmbQcallellatj 330 oclock and thg evening games at 8- oclock AnllopntillJtpJHr wjllll- served beII by tha ladies of theenA pII mina Tlek J4 are being toW at twen tyfive eea I DEVILISH 0 1 Advertisementtln BaptistWorld Displays Venom mid Ignorance Alleged exPriest Offers Now Book in Which Church Is i Attacked Baptist Editor Proclaims Cath olicism IH Doomed to aDeath I LACK Of CHRISTIAN SPIRIT 0 The Baptist World an organ of the Baptist creed published in Louisville under date of March 24 contains the largocsays Catholicism is Doomed to Death Then In smaller type another head Fresenborg a St Louis Mo Priest IIIIH Denounced the Church lie has just completed the book From Dark tress to Light It is like u meteor from on high u thunderbolt which hits shaken tne foundations of the Itoman Catholic Church Is that not aweinspiring The old church is blissfully unconscious that its foundations have been shaken tend that its whole structure is about to fall Beneath the headline quoted above the following prospectus of the book is om uEx lt icpt Fresenborg Explains Why time confessional box is cor rupting to innocent girlhood How the Itoman Catholic church teaches that all Protestant children clare illegal How city State and national elec buns are Hwayedto their advantage Why Catholic women are anxious to tench our public schools IWhat happens behind convents I dark doors Whatt the Pope is doing In Porto Kico and the Philippine Islands I Lmmirrieit deviltry of the Itomaii priestcraft The influence of priesthood in America today How the priests conduct sys tematic robbery How the Itoinnn Catholic chore is n poisonous Viper biting ilt ti vital point of our public school sy tem How Pat Crowe kidnapper of Edw Ciidajiey Jr was given the garb of a priest and refuge in tl church after hp had received hi ransoms How William Morgan expose- Free l Masonry nud wits thereuft sheltered by the church ExPriest FreKenborg tells things which will make every true Protestants blood boll with indigna tion and the coldAsweat stand out with time clamminess of death but It is all true The author agr tes to give 3000 tto any charitable institution named by any State in the United States nay Catholic priest Bishop or Cu dinal will prove by nay of their church doctrines that he has mill stated or misrepresented the tench fags of Catholicism InanJ letter word or sentence We have n limited supply of th wonderful work for the renders of this paper Price 150 Seventeen large full page illustrations about ono pages in all Be ye men know the dangers which threaten your chlldrenyour home and your country Be strong mud help remove them Investigation lias revealed that there is no priest in St Louis or elsewhere in the United Stated s named Fresenborg Even if there were what excuse could any self respecting editor Love for taking nn advertisement full of so much deviltry There is not n Catholic journal iin the world that would so malign any nonCatholic creed by printing such alt advertisement The publication of such an advertisement shows luck of intelligence ns well as lack Christianity Ignorance is n tai s fortune but to advertise ones ow ignorance Js n fault TO WELCOME BISHOP Mackin and Trinity Councils have undo arrangement to entertain the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue at u early unto It will bp fixed at his earliest convenience after his enI thronization A committee of five tram each council has the matter iin hand Tills committee has organize1 by electing Grand President Robert T Burke as Chairman and Grand Secretary Eugene T COOlie Secre tary Other members of the committee are Charles S llaldyj J C lirchC dorfer Dr J A Casper Henry j Schreeker Louis J Kief for Ur J ItL I Leeerl Frank G Adams F Vnllnottli and F Brlgmau Bishop ODonnghue is a charter member of Indianapolis I Council nail a staunch supporter ofI the Yo MIf I Ir I ST CECILIAS BAJ5AR t The General Committee arrangingr for the bazar for the benefit of time new St Cecilias church has every thing In readiness All that Is now lapking is the arrival of the opening date April 4 Thee bazar will con tiniio until April 1f Mackin Conn ells dub house has been generously 1 turned over to the committee for time prizeshavebooths and the combination books arcgolngrapldlyrfhere will be no solicitation of chances on time floor during time week of the ibazar JOHN DUIW1 PLACED o 1 Roscoe Ledigh has been made As slstant City Controller toisuooeed the late John III Uanoeck and John fluffy succeeds Mr Letllgh as book keeper in the City Controllers office Mr cDuffyla popular young Irish American and rveclileY4 r l years as an accountant in the City Tax H eetver office He U well liked and o hie appola tat fa a popular oato 01 JL oI J oItr r r ino c rr roII x x XKX X xx r X x xoxJ xX x v AJ J J HOME PHONE 1942 COMB PHoNE SOUTH 628 iKeaneys Cut Rate Drug Store iiSIXTH AND OAK STREETS i gyYY Bulls Cough Syup k 19c Scotts Emulsion42c Qulnzoin41c Y4Jl t Cedar I3alsdmI I PlnkbamsComp 83c Spennax42c s0 i lijPlnex42c Syrup of Flgs25cI Sal Hepatic 19c tam Iron and Nine Spring Tonic 25c and SOc ti Saturday and Sunday Special I XX st DOUBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY J xx rtXX All the A S Special Preparations Sale Here Peroxide Cream25c I Baking Pure25c XX 1 HJelmCS lied Hug Killer H Destroys the eggs as well as the bug andbIw givent i rtvv HouKcclcnnJnjJ ItctjiuKilcN- YY f Chamois Skins Seto 100 XX 50c Sheep Wool Sponge 35c SCeIit m TVfAC7 fULEYS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee ARSENE LUPINThursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee ALMA WO WOHNST DU Big German Musical Sensation With the clever comedienne Hedwig Richard who can sing act a d dance HOPKINSWhere the CIC vftt t MOVING Different From the Rest Films With fine explanatory talks by Mr Dustin Popular illustrated songs Same Old- Prices EntirelyNew PICTURES lOc arid 5c CASINO THEATER- s 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO toThis Is the Leading Moving Picture isHouse in Louisville We cater eSt pecially to Ltd its and Children COLUMBIAcrofUnder the same management We present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic KNIGHTS I OP COIIWS e Late News That Will Interest iiMembers Here and Else where Detroit Council now has a mem bership of 1000 IsDetroit Council will soon begin the erection of a home that will cost 100000 Arrangements are being made to organize a council at Watertown Vls The initiation will take place after Lent The St Louis Choral Club will visit Rome and sing at the Vatican next year and then make a European convert tour- Decorietlun day will be the biggest day Indianapolis has ever known The Fourth degree assembly is go ing to have big doings Green Cross and Charter Oak Coun cils of Hartford Conn will cell brute their twentyfifth anniversay With n joint banquet on March 31 At Bridgeport Conn the council is organizing a Quebec Club Tim lOtlaKnights to time national convention tinJoseph P Casey catcher of the Detroit baseball team has been pre sented with a traveling bag by limo members of the council at Wake field Mass Buffalo Council is making a sys tematlc canvass of its members ton raise its quota 3000 of the 500000 the order has agreed to give the Catholic University Since acquiring its new home the councilut Logansport Ind has been ibesieged with applications nnd plans are being made for u gigantic initiation after Easter Krie Council members entered on tiheir minimi retreat at St 1etern lIeIformmorning at a requiem mass for de ceased members Over 2900 represents the sum realized from the carnival held 1 lust month haul the Knights Of Logans poet Ind are pleased with the big showing They can now complete the furnishing and refitting of their new home The Itev Father Leo Manning musical director of the St Louis Choral Club and Gregorian Choir of St Louis is arranging to take that organization to Europe this spring lopenhue the choir sing in several of the principal cities in Europe ST AUGUSTINES MISSION ThomaBFaganC I Augustines church Fourteenth and Broadway at the late mass at lock tomorrow morning 910I mission will last one week and conclude at the evening service at8 oclock on April 3 Father Paganhas preached three former ml8Blon at be AuguUrie8lIjaDd Js vellarii favorably known here Durlngr th4 week there will 1I8eI with tug sfructions at JSMi and at A oclock and an Y11IDJIICIted811f at Tt30 clock TIaeara1 pnUto U Invited I IS St Louis nnd German Soap3 for lOc itIvory Sonp3for lOa t DV for Powder anti Insect Powder per pound 2Sc Household Ammonia pint Sc Powdered Borax pound lOc Moth Balls pound Sc Copptras pound Sc Lightning Koach Paste MSc Sulphur Fumigators 5c Forraaldehide Candle 25c Steams Electric Roach Paste 19c Richards Roach Exterminator 19c Wood Alcohol pint 15e Denatured Alcohol pint 5c Petermans Roach Food IScand 25ct dPetermansYAcid crude pint 15cst qmlzturehBurnlshlne15c Stm 1PlattsfChloride1 1I tt Kr t 1 SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 42PIECE DINNER SET42S Given Away With Years Subscription to Kentucky Irish American AND 20O IIN CASH This beautiful Fortytwo Piece Southern Dinner Set is hand decorated in Jasmine floral and gold effects and 1 any housewife be proud to possess one of same We are offering this set for a limited time for 200 in cash and one years subscription You can not af ford to miss this opportunity to get one of these hand some sets Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green St You Dont Have To Die To Win WITH OUR IMMEDIATE BENEFIT AND GUARANTEED MONTHLY INCOME BENEFICIARY CERTIFICATE- Most Popular Beneficiary Certificate Ever Issued to paid an eventof death or reaching the Endowment period and from 7 to 112 00 monthly thereafter at a monthly cost i of 50 cents to 6 80 regulated by age at admission and amount of Beneficiary Certificate The Knights and Of Washington is a fraternal beneficiary Associ ation organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky with the home office in Louisville Ky Knights and Ladies of Washington Headquarters Lincoln Bank Building Louisville Ky AWNINGS AND TENTSI stock of tents on hand for sale or rentAWe do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Etimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and AwningXo BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD t II FOR YOUR SPRING SUI Home Phoie 4WI t 126 S FIFTH ST HENRY MOLD BHAUIR IN Stijrii ail Fiwy BiicirMi A FIHSTftUM SAMPLE M01- 111tNHj Old WhUUM m itJti101 eaa MOW WWJBT Carbolic Solarine l One would 10000 20000 Ladles CENTRAL F- lace N Y Car er Sts We lm a com pIt payments 9- W Mgr Seta JtfIC I 0- r IIKRNTUOKVIItiSH A RICAN II I SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS MONUMENTS 1 iIni CLASS MONUMENTS exceed i ingly low prices c nand examine MULDOON MONUMENT CO 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i M14 N 0 4 5nn W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE BB CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East tIain Stree4 I I I I I + FSTREETFI t a N J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363f TRACY STRAUB rti FUNERAL DIRECTORS i AND EMBALMERS I Curtigv Purnlhed on I I Short Notice THOMAS KEENAN f I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All cells promptly attended to dayor night Gnlagea furnished for ill occasions a 1225 w MARKET ST BEDDING PLANTS t Geraniums Roses Heleo trope Etc1 Cemetery Work specialty REASONABLE PRICES JAOO SCHULZ THE FroQIS 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 u PRIVATEUOSPITAl F R THE CARE IF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS Tke Slam bf Mercy of Jeffersonville lidijown and manage a private bosplt ii for the care and treatment of Ic3Rao and f ttepUc patients Both Male anti female rUa t8 are admitted Rates yen react oiMkUe For further particulars apply ti d 11 MOTHE3RMARY REGINA t1ERCYjHOsPITA L- slssM AIw r m ItM 1 1531 W MARKET STREET i i 44 + 4+ j MODERN METHODS I keep thoroughly uptodate with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my woTlR of the highest class IR1 HENDRICKSDENTIST 436 West Market Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL XJBRTKR Pxor Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclockI 415 QfQRE1 1K tIIaI HERRMANN BRQS IMPORTERS LIQUORSa I Distillers and Wholesale Deal Keatpicky ttlakiesaepecially Pearl of Nelson MOTTLED IN1SOND T IeFltlasr1111 tt4 SIXTN STMBT OLD FRIENDS Will Rejoice to Hear Prom Dr and Mrs Burns I Thomas K lllncs of 1013 West Madison street is in receipt of n pro gramme from Ililladclphiay where the Rev Father lames T lllggins pastor of the Church of the Most Blessed Sacrament gave an illustrated lecture on the evening of March 17 The lecture dwelt with scenes iin Ireland nnd wits accompanied by u musicale given by the members ofjt the choir of the Church of the Most Blessed AmongSocrumentII Mrs Joseph P Burns anti Dr Joseph P Burns both former residents ofII Louisville In old Land League day s In Louisville Joseph 1 Burns Vas anII active member and sang many an Irish song at till meetings of the various local branches of the league At that time he was u tailor Before leaving Louisville be married Miss Mary llilbert and some time after removed to Pennsylvania where he studied medicine for sev era years past he hums been practic- Ing his profession in Philadelphia Dr Burns is a poet as well as n musician Here Is the first stanza of his latest song Green and Cold Erin the bards of former days Sang of n land oppressed- Oft saddened themes in minor lays Breathed forth n spirit blesed limit now the harps triumphant strain Strikes chords of major hold Yor Ireland will be free again Xenth flag of green and gol- dY11 1 Thirteen New Councils Will Give Order a Great Impetus The Irish Standard of Minneapolis brings news of a movemmit that promise a big impetus for the Young glens Jtistitnte in the Northwestern States Work was started in Stt Michaels parishtelling gratify ing results and of the or ganization of St Michaels Council the Irish Standard says The first of seven councils of the Young hens Institute which will or ganize in Stt Paul as auxiliary to the Catholic churches of time city Will formed last Wednesday evening by about forty of the young men of St Michaels church on the West Side Louis fluedanyof Indian apolis Grand Organizer of the Su preme Council tied the meeting mind administered the pledge The Young Mens Institute bears the same rein tionship to the Catholic church that the Y M C A does to the Protestant churches Only young men who are Catholics are eligible to membership It alms to help young omen and boys physically inentally spiritually and socially It is planned to organize seven councils in St Paul four in Minneapolis one in LaCrosse Win and one in Ean Claire Ill connection with the Young Mens National League the total membership the order in thq United States is about 75000 WONT HURT LOUISVILLE The hat pins in vogue In Chicago must exceed the Louisville article in length The City Council of Chicago has passed an ordinance to prohibit Bussei1 has signed the ordinance Of course the women consider the new law an JI outrage and are vigorously objecting Here in Louisville the various ugly styles of hints are so wide that there Is no danger of tlie lengthiest hat pin protruding over the edge LADIES TO ENTERTAIN I The Ladles Auxiliary j A O II has perfected all arrangements for a euchre and dance at Falls City Hall tit the evening of Tuesday April 5 I The ladles desire to extend a special invitation to the members of the four local Hibernian divisions Tick ets are now on smile with Dougherty McKllIott Market street near Thirteenth and D 7 Cpleman 305H Portland avenue RRITISH CATHOLIC CONGRESS Advjees from London state that a 1 permanent Congress of J oman Cath olics hens Leer formed in Great Britain with the Archbishop of West minster as President and the other Bishops of EnglandI Scotland and Wales ns Vice Presidents A coin mlttee has been named to arrange the details for the session to be held at Lords this year from July 29 in August 2- ASKS ANOTHER TERM non Swngav Sherley who Tins rep resented the Louisville district IIIjj Congress till tour terms has announced his candidacy tOt the D moII cratic nomination Congressman Sherley has proved an able and faith ful representative and with his past experience believes himself now better I equipped than ever to serve the city nail State at the national capital ONLY ONCE J 1 tan only pass this way once somebody thoughtfully said concern J ing life Have you ever thought how that not60f onceness Striken J through everybodys life In t ltR1 world In a moment once a babe once a child once a Iuthoncebeping a young Woman once in the- vigotafmaturity once In old age cedylng1AU20onepI t wor1cIjRprettyn8Jrow tbriceneM were the note of QiirYik here a Jallurs one or twice wool not be ao frrtat iantatter But that grim faot of oncenew makes hiving I mightily serious matter doe nt it o FOR Furniture I I Of ill Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to I I tWM F MAYER I 419 W1MARKET ST HH- II G I CB THOMPSON FLORIS Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed M BURKEJi TAILOR S Ladies and Cents Suits Dry Cleaned and Altered Sponged and Pressed Satisfaction Guaranteed 234 South Eighth Street Give your prepare ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky r Classical1I cientifcand4iusinessCourses Preparatory lJ I ej Equtppemymnasium PETER M AND RIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires Z05 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET TILE OLD HOOKING CHAIR The oaken bucket has a placeII In story and In songIAnd to the wooden cradle too Some laurel wreaths belong clocktheBut dearest to my mind of all Ww Bothers rocking choirr nestled in her loving arms Toward the close of day And to the pleasant land of dreamss Was quickly rocked away When pain and Illness racked m frame 1 What ease beyond compare found with pillows at my back I In mothers rocking chair 1 No padded seat or cushioned arms I Of silk or leather warms In all the years since then have held such comfort for my form I And often when I feel the weight I Of grinding toll and care I Oh how I long to rest again In mothers rocking chair Minna Trying in Leslies Wit WOMANS EYE The collarless gown has arrived beyond all disputing The Russian blouse is extremely I smart for lumen suits Thin inaterials and satin faced1 ones lire to remain in vogue i Embroidered colored dots uppea- on 1 some of the new Swisses The one piece frock holds its own ns n garment for Indoors A new place for timeuvntehi Is thei coat sleeve where a special liution hole is worked for its accommoda lion and to show its late Dot patterns on some of the net J foulards are arranged in stripes tilei width of the stripe varyiifg with th i size of time dot itself Whole gowns are beiny trade of I baby Irish lace with one lmititmi coats small revers and long sleeves often V shaped In time front Time cord grouping shown in tin RI I new dimities and other wash fabricsI are uiiiaual Some of the plaldeff fects are especially charming The iuany ribbed pagoda toppedl I pnrasoJH as well as the square ones promise to give a touch of variety 1 to the sunshades this spring an summer Ijj OYOTBRS AND SPAGHETTI Break a halt package of llP 1 I Into boiling water and help abort thirty minute and drain lat in but apaghettiandbut rand aprinkMngr of salt and t pIer pit each layer of aiyjit 4fN I 1otrtrelua cyjliul of mUk andI i Hakeain I hot even foweD ninatea 1 r CHANGES Proposed In Laws That Now Govern the A O H IOIlI IfolytVeekIng meeting of Division 3I A O III last Monday night but the work of the evening will doubtless attract largelresident pied the chair and announced that invitations had been received from the Ladies Auxiliary to time euchre CityhailMuckin Council to be its guests at St Cecilias church bazar on AO II dl acceptedThomas who have been ill Iud unable to u or for some time were reported im proving and able to walk about Attorney Lawrence 1 Maekey one of the best posted men on the laws of the order submitted a number of proposed changes which were fully discussed mill approved They appl to the government of the National1 and State Hoards and While man abridgerthey1e 1 are the purposes of the order changetaws that are am biguous or open to double construe tion are eliminated and in their stead will be found substitutes that will work for time unity and general1 good of the order Division ai will in the near future arrange for another ruination whichI will doubtless be made the occasionI for another of its always popularI and successful reunions n GOOD MATERIAL In Present Collection of Louisvilles Base Ball- Players The Louisville baseball team will be given Its first tryout tomorrow out llonday afternoons Connie Mocha Philadelphia Athletics being the medium which will give the fans a line on our pennant possibilities tight nun the strongest lineup Iis IentuW9IrIshfollowing hurt or Hughes catcher Fisher pitcher Howard first base Casey second base Moriarty shortstop Suter Sullivan third Case Smoot right field Stanley center field oodrnff or Sullivan left field It is amusing to the feats in general to read the slush in the Courier Journal about Jiow good Callahan SoffelI and Olsen are when in fact either of that above three are not of Association calibre The public Is going to give good old Heinle Pcltz hearty support and hopes he wont I be influenced by the Courier young man in selecting the team LOUISVILLES HUSTLKHS During the recentsession of the Kentucky Legislature the Louisville delegation secured the passage of Iwent one of the 153 bills enacted Senator Herman D Xewcomb put over seven while Senator Murk Ryan is accredited with five und two more of his measures are likely to become laws without the Governors signa ture Senator Samuell L Robertson has four to his credit while Senator Nat C Cureton Representative P J CJosgrove Bite Huffnker 11 L Harris and L II Frances each have one measure to their credit DIED AT COVJNGTON TMrs Margaret McOermojt n for theyhome of her daughter Mrs John Charlton in Covington on Wednesday night The deceased was born in Cairo 111 sixtyfour years ugo When n young woman she removed to Louisville anti resided hero thirty JlalsJEight years ago she went to Covington to make her home with her daughter The remains will be brought to tnls city tomorrow for burialI 1IKQUKSTS FOR CHARITY According to the win of Miss Kath erine OConnor n trained nurse who died last week 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Suit 75c PICTURES WALL PAPER PICTURE FRAMINGr it INTERIOR DECORATIONS leth Pkeaes SELLS AND SHI3S WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS Al the Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail li Family Trade Through Moil Orders a Specialty 114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY F CRACKED AND stlBetwee coursepurpose BaseballSpecial ROBT MONTANUS StCabWILLIAM BORGMANN IBUCKLED HasYour New Plastering Cracked er3uckled- If d you had used our Diamond Wall Plaster it would not have happened KENTUCKY COIooorpottcd Both Phone ItNT First and River LoulllVllleKy- Abo operatlax Itodntcr Wan Plaster Plant JcfTerMBVllk igd Phonea6Lit Htt nt HUH- H irunt wan PKPffIt r K01i13- t4 oc 346 West Gree rt8ret aauu g 1 uQUOL IIj I t If t w I r HIBERNIANS What They nave Been Dolt r the Past Week General News Netee- iI Division 4 meets Monday night and the largest attendance thus for this year is expected The Ladles Auxiliary nt New Britain Conn expects to reach th COO mark before July 1 Members of the order and aux mary of Somervlllc Mass last Sun day presented Rev Father OiBrien 500 Four hundred members of the order received holy communion in a body at St Johns Cathedral at Mil1 waukee Mrs Katherine Burke State Presit dent reports a splendid increase for the year in the Massachusetts Ladies Auxiliary CovIngton Hibernians are elated over the success of their entertai- meat at the Auditorium in honor St Patrick Division 57 recently instituted nt Cambridge Mass initiated twenty two candidates at the first meeting this month The Hibernian parade at on St Patricks day was composed thirteen divisions and was reviewed by Bishop Luddcn and the clergy the city Three new auxiliaries and a juvenile division lhave been organized in Connecticut State officers ar desirous of making this the banner State of the Union Lent ends early this year and thus there is furnished more opportunity for gatherings before the summers warmth that mean so much for the swelling of the treasury of the divis ion Rev Timothy Dempsey of St Louis who has a national reputatio- as a benefactor of the American tramp will address the Milwaukee Hibernians on April C his subject be- Ing Men of the RoadI The three degrees were exemptI fled on March 0 on a class of twentE candidates by the auxiliary a Thompsonvllle Conn after which eight young lady aids gowned in red white blue and green execute fancy drills Dennis Lyons is given the credit of keeping the order together In Metni phis To him it has been his great pride to labor for the Hibernians and to his efforts was largely due the success of the St Patricks day celebrationThe divisions of Minneapolis and vicinity have united to give n social and ball on April 5 for the benefit of the Catholic Orphanage MasoniIe E o convention soon to lie held there and declare they will not be found wantt Ing In the care of their brothers from the outside no matter how large the number Miss Anna Malta National Presi dent has the distinction of having the first juvenile division of the Lat dies Auxiliary to be founded in the world Organized at Scranton fifteen j months ago it has a membership of about seventy CountyLliterary committee composed of three members from each divisioni with the County President at its head This committee is to meet with the different auxiliaries monthly andj furnish a programme of Irish music literature and dances so as to keep up a racial pride of the same in Minnesota National President Cummings spent St Patricks day at Union Hill N J and delivered the address ai eveningKeiths was crowded by members of the order and their friends when Prof Michaelj Rohan of Marquette University de livered iris lecture on Beautiful Ire land The Cleveland Choral Society added to the pleasure of the occa sionDivision nightAprilI ah members of the order are invited to be guests at the social sea spreadThehas been requested to invite all Hiber receptionaj next Friday night by Division 2 President Ford wants the State andj County Boards and all the divisions i fully represented and nil who attend are promised an evening of real IrishI mirth and hospitality MASONIC THEATER 1 nextIIas companyforerinq llober the leading lady is declared by Lee Shubert to be one of the best stock actresses on the American stage The company will give its initial performance on April 18 According to present plans the company will remain here through out the summer PRETTY PRIZES Next Tuesday afternoon and even ing euchres will be held at Nadorf s Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky MayWaUacehandpainted china prizes will ecawarded As the preceding euchreshave Leer much enjoyed a large I gathering of players is looked for j ANNIVERSARY EUCHRE Trinity Council wilt give an anal versary euchre next Wednesday afternoon and evening and it is exr pected that the club house at Baxter and Morton avenues will be taxed to its utmost capacity Eightyfive handsome prli6 will be awarded arid aeeommoikitJonB will be providedt for all 4PARNAlIONaUU5DANOK 41 t a heCarwtion Club 1n s lumed otli aitatfoea toits flint select Ana- lwhich will be given at NadorfV Hell i Eights th and Kentucky I street r THERES 1r A difference a distinctivcnes I in our Mens and Young I Mens Suits eatI 2000 that you will not 1findin- most 20 Suits At this price we are showing many designs patternsothat are exclusive with us CooIncorporated ofMARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store OntfllterseArthur J Klnsella Gen Supt I SOCIETY DIRECTORY I HnDIVISION 1 jMeets at Fails City Hall on First an Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh MurphyE1 Financial Secretary Thos Dola SrdSentinelDavId Whelan DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Mail First and Market PrcsldentC J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Ston Financial SecretaryJohn T Kcaney Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Amu phy Sentinel William Nash DIVISION Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President liartin Sheehan I SecretoryThomasStevens Financial Secretary John 0 lies Jjsion t Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantotArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets fondaysBertrand President Jphn II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J1r Langan 810 Cawthon SecretaryJI Recording Secretary John J WTinnTreasurerHarry Brady CallagiOutside Sentinel Michael McDermott 1 DIVISION 1 JKFFEnSONVIIlLK 3 Meets on the First and Third Tues days nt Paus Hall President J O Cole MurphyRecording Mc3rodyJrTreasurerFlahertyInside Y+ M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 1b ClujPresident John T Kenney ACasperSherlcyJuniff OsborneSecretaryWilliamALinkFinancial UAdamsTreasurer Dan Weber Marshal Allen O Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart next Thursday evening The music orchostraMoodyFrankfACoombsi FSchneider J HOPKINS THEATBH j Manager Divsjtln announces more picturehow attendancefa andthejoyousframe attractLenten season AMONG RILE STARS The eommittee from Maekln Coun that IB arranging for the produe ion of AmongAtha Str hai se oared Meoaulejra TieAteriforth 1 evening of Nay 18lDandlOj wtii irtatJBe on Kay 21 BehlttrMlfi ben been ptwgreiaiag r eadlly and white Holy Week prevented raybitp 1 ive work cut land chores orjfftct to get bniy again next week rrdIRELAND of the Host Important el tbe Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges Dundalk has its skating rink and a move is being made to open one nt Carrickmacross Bogslides near Castlerea and excitementandleave their homes HenryCunnlngbamseveral shots into the house of Pat rick Keenan at Taplagh The Dundalk branch of the United Irish League Is now one of the larg est in Ireland and in spirit is united and confident of the future Among a iwide circle of friends at Dungarvan including the members of the force the departure to Ark low of District Inspector McGovcrn R I C is much regretted Everywhere throughout Ireland holdinglargeat many places branches have been organized where none had existed be foreThe rainwhichof Ireland for several days remind ing the older inhabitants of the big wind did much damage but hanpity was not attended by any loss of lifeA grazing ranch the property of TaylorRoveaghcleared of its stock Recently boys totting notices couched in threaten ing terms were scattered about the district ofeebrated root John Locke She had reached the age of eightysix and during her long connection with Cal ordThe solemn ceremony of religious DeglerdaugMermaglen took place at the Poor Clare FatherQiperformed ceremony and delivered an address in which he spoke of the graces and blessings of a religious lifeICounty Fermanagh mourns the death of Very Rev James Cnnon Me Kcnnn for forty years parish rlest minIstry Fatheretfor the priesthood with the late Dean Smollen of Knniskillen therablest papers published in Ireland was sued for libel toy Dr Richard M Blake iwho has been fighting the Na tionalist party The misguided medico wanted 5000 damages but jras given only 250 The verdict was a surprise to the court and people as the Democrat substantiated the trialJtwas at Armagh As sizesCouncillor exHighSheriffthe museum attached to the Carnegie Library II sword and n flint gun which were secreted in OCallag risingLong departmentthirtythe Fenian organization in Limerick and had informed him that the arms referred to had been secreted on his premises ItselfIon Rev Hugh ONeill and has snatched from the parish of Monng han nn administrator whose death will be deeply deplored The solemn gavethethat had taken place A few mo fonaghunnews and deep sorrow prevailed dull nil the business houses of the town were shuttered Castle Freke the beautiful res idence of the Carbery family situ rated between Clonaklliy and Ros groundtheLady Carbery well known in the South for her keen interest in all that tends to the good of the people especially time poor The castle or fortress wus erected in the fifteenth century by Randal Oge Barray but ImzabethIn1641 CALLED TO REWARD People of nil classes at Brookvllle laud in the Indianapolis diocese were deeply grieved last Sunday when they learned that the Rev yearsthechurch had been called to his eter nal reward Father Schenck Was born at St Wendel Ind sixtyseven years ago and was well known throughout the State His first charge was at Seymour since when he had been an earnest and fade fatigable worker for Gdd and hu attended cese being present 1IAOAULEYS THEATER celebratedJopen halfweeks engagement at Mac auleys Theater Monday night The play has tyehtysix speaking parts and is said to be full of thrills Dur ing the last half of tIle week with a attractionviiitplay Alma Wo Wphnst Dulhlsm- usl a1 comedy is now in Its second year in New York The part of Alma will be presented here by Hedwig Richard a brilliant young comedi enne J MOTION PIOTURB6 The Princess Amuge iu t r aspany 11alnoflaoknpt that4He penitential season Js CasinoIt3nceas belargeoffers excellent bllti at each sleekJJ piayhouvei during the comlof WK J ttJAAro x if A rfl PEOPLES i BANK IIx IIru 1 g Capital Stock 10000000J PAR VALUE 1000 PER SHARE 3 To be sold at 1100 per share to create a surplus and cover all expenses of1 organization 5 CHARTERED UNDER THE GENERAL BANKING LAWS OF T-HEQSTATE iOF KENTUCKY X ENDORSED BY UNITED TRADES AND LABOR ASSEMBLY ITS PRINCIPAL BUSINESS WOULD BE X J fTEL2 To loan money in small sums on WAREHOUSE RECEIPTL of tthe PEOPLES STORAGE COMPANY representing JEWELRY PLATE CLOTHING FURNITURE MERCHANDISE Etc XI PROFITABLE INVESTMENT tAn even number of shares in the PEOPLES BANK nnd PEOPLES I STORAGE COMPANY are offered in small allotments to the investor thus Y handsA A operating on same other cities 1 show that they have never missed a dividend to their stockholders It tsafe to say therefore that the PEOPLES BANK with the LOAN J i3 invested SAVINGS features combined would pay handsome returns on the Isii ff FOR INFORMATION CALL ON OR WRITE y A PEOPLES INVESTMENt COf J INCORPORAIltDlh 511512 LINCOLN BANK BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY fiI VXKKM HK HM K KNNX 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Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hocscee Ca118 For SKI Delivered a l I rn 01