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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i IJ c- iJ t A KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXIVNO14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 2 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS SOLEMNITY r And Religious Splendor Markr the Enthronement Our Bishop Might Roy Denis ODpnngiiuo Has Taken Formal Hold ot See jllersy and People Fill Cathc dral to Welcome New Prelate 1 r1 QUEf LLOra CEREMONIES wiImn pomp and splendor le Right Bet Denis ODonaghue was enthroned ns Bishop of Louisville on Tuesday Several thousand people gained entrance to the church and hundreds had to be denied admission because there was no room Bishop ODonaghue seems to be a stickler for punctuality and each function this week at which he was the cen tral figure begun exactly on schedule time The procession from rectory to the Cathedral began nt 030t oclock The Key Father Weiss us censer bearer and the Rev DJ Gallagher led the procession Behind them came the cross bearer and acolytes the secular clergy and priests of re ligious orders each wearing his distinctive garb Behind them came the visiting Bishops in purple The venerablo7bported on either side by the Very Rev Father Chartrand his Vicar Gen eral and Father Gavlsk pastor of St Johns church Indianapolis Behind this group walked Bishop ODonaghue with his assistant priests Very Uev James P Cronin nnd Very Rev Leo Greullch 0 M C Last of nil came Archbishop Moeller CeneralInni his Secretary Upon entering the church the clergy began the solemn r Gregorian chant Te Deum Laudn i miis Within the vestibule the Bishop paused to besprinkle the por tals with holy water and then fol lowetf the procession to the sanctuary Where he was escorted to his throne and seated The Very Itev Father Cronin Administrator of ofjy i iue dcreg turning + ovor ttlt a rs of fhe dioco tlincw prelate and welcoming him to Louis clergyMassor Pontifical with Bishop ODonaghue 1 us celebrant The scene in the sane tuary was a most brilliant one The floor was filled with priests in black white and brown Seculars 1 Trapplsts Passionists Resurrection ists Dominicans and Franciscans sat iorknelt in the places assigned them In front PA the priests were the visiting Bishops in purple nnd the two mitred Abbots wearing little white mitres On a throne on the epistle side of the sanctuary sat Jlis Grace Archbishop Moeller He was robed in purple that was nlmost red The electr1elightsuntil the scene became wondrously I beautiful A feature that lent additional beauty and solemnity was the music The Cathedral choir augmented by many of the leading Catholic soloists nnd supported by the Louisville twentyfourt orImfamiliar to nearly nil Catholics in this diocese It is doubtful if it was r ever heard herd to effectresided c thecllaudelsafine effect At the gospel the Right JtevC P Maes Bishop of Covington and one of the oldest of the province havingfor4Papacy and the succession of the theri mass Bishop to the center of tlmasanctuary and de thankedtheand Abbots for their presence but he thanked rather Cronin for his prudence zeal and discretion as Administrator since the death of hopedtothe diocese iri his struggles A gen eral can give commands but unless his soldiers obey he can not hope lot i ivictory Bishop ODonaghue also asked the support of the people He salt lie wanted thein to pray for Hlelrpriests D nosyBishopIng enteringaloeIjacK to the rectory where thug cccle l siastical yobes were reJnbedal1I1t1I f atheSaeat i oclock Bishop ODonaghue andherettaAUl f CAomrI1iueand be6weea MO and 200 clergy sat down todinnerTbe feaat was styleBirtippMessing 4 L Q i thtt4liter1 i teodHaipry riddrW end presented the Very Rev P Sfc rJckBock rector f of the Cathedral who dwelt upon the dutiesand dignities of the episcopacy and bade BIshop ODon j tit LOUISVILLES NEW CATHOLIC BISHOP AND SOME OF PRIESTS ASSISTING AT HIS ENIHRQNEMENJpi Given in order and as numbered they are Right Rev Denis ODonaghue in center very Rev James P Cronin Rev George Veiss Rev lr 4arga V Sc u tmann Rev A J Thome Rev George M Connor Yry Rev LeoQreulich and JohsUKalaher f VViii alimo iveicome to ouisvil hpODonaghue responded briefly thanking Fathers Cronin and Hock for their kind words and the clergy in general for such a splendid welcome This closed the exercises for the day nnd before G oclock nearly priestshrad PRIESTS TRIBUTE Best Catholics and Irish men Are round In AO lM There was says the Indiana Catholic joy and gratitude and pride on every Irish countenance in Tomlin son lull when Rev J A Tracy the eloquent missionary from Niagara University spoke of the Ancient Or der of Hibernians and what they had done for the church and time republic and the race I hove traveled practically all over this country he said and I say deliberately and from experi ence that the best Catholics the best Irishmen and the best and most loyal citizens of our republic are to be found in the ranks of this great old organization the A 0 H if there are any Irishmen here who uo not belong now I say to you join societyItsbetter Irishmen its teachings will make you a hotter American and its never failing devotion to Mother Church will make you a better Catholic I say Jt without fear of contradiction itfaat the Irishman in America who forgets Ireland and her struggle will soon forget the patrioticlrlRhmanwill show a staunch Catholic The A 0 H has proven its devo waysthanhtruggllpiginthe pld AO IT came forward with 50000 anent handed it to the univer sity They did It too without ad vertising it in the newspapers with out any accompaniment Of tingling symbals AH honor to the 110 H mayitspendence be fulfill- edCHANGERESIGN Statue of Lords Baltimore Crowns Annapolis Memorial y From Baltimore conies the an noun i4nent that at a r Miltl of 4he iml1qbbonllthe pOHiab011dithroughout the Ji w king worW 4taa been ol anto By the givenLore tu to of him surmount 11 the whole DtlyIntatnt include tfjr figure of Lord Baltl 0 r mreljn SVCTO O tl11Slttcant Of religious liberty In a letter to State Senator Peter J Campbell he saidI unalterably opposed ko the erection of any figures on the fountain except the figure of Lord Baltimore to whom we are indebted for the priceless boon of civil and religious liberty I beg of you to call the attention of the honorable members of the Legislature to the matter MOURN IllS DEATH Catholic Press and Litera ture Sustain Severe Loa When it became known last Satur day that Charles J OMolley the able and brilliant writer and poet was dead it was realized that the Catholic press and literary world had sustained a severe loss Charles OMalleywas born arid raked on a farm in Union county this State where he lived Until lie reached manhood and became the head of an interesting fatuity He was highly educated and was successful as a writer but not as a publisher Mr OMalley will be remembered in Kentucky as the publisher of the Midland Review Leaving Louisville he has since been nsociated with Catholic journalism in Texas Penn sylvania Ohio and New Yorkbut for the past two years was editor of the New World isued in Chicago Besides his wife who is also noted for her literary genius several chil dren survive him The funeral sores ices were heldlnChlcngonfter which the body was brought to Ken tacky and interred near the academy where Mr OMalley received his education and where the happiest daysof his life were spent To the bereaved family goes out the heartfelt sympathy ojt alt who were asoclated with or knew the deceased AUDIENCE Will Be Granted Hoosevelfc and gamily by Pope Plus X ExPresident Roosevelt is now in Europe en route home and hla moynieata are thus cabled from Rome Col Roosevelt has engaged a suite of rooms at the hotel Zxeaialor at Jfaples which he and hie family will occupy next Saturday and Sunday 74uen they will come to Borne and will be guests of American Anrtxw I erdfIi f nlfViObHoosevelt and Kermltln the morn- ingI of Monday Aril 4 That after noon Queen Helen will receive Col I and Mrs oHYeltandthelrebl1 dreni The Pope will give an audience to c I i fZ tr l alinheRoosevelts tm lp r after which they will visit Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of StateNEW IDEA BAZAR For St Cecilias Church to Open Next Monday Night Everything is in readiness for the opening Monday night of the big bazar to be given for the benefit of St Cecillass new church nt Mackin Council hall on Twentysixth street The Executive Committee in charge jtt this undertaking has tuned it the New Ides Bazar1 and intends to carry out the idea in every detail There will be ho soliciting of chances In the hall during the bazar a very objective feature with most affairs of this kind and one that keeps a large number of persons away The committee is to be commended for their action nnd there is no doubt that this affair will prove one of the most success ful of the kind ever given in Louis vine Many persons will attend and the hall should be crowded every night each one contributing voluntarily what his means permit and then go home with praises for the new idea bazar There will be four pretty booths and a well supplied country store with A G Weber at its head Two that are certain to be meccas for the young men will be the Young Ladles Sodality booth presided over by Miss B Riordan andthe St Jo seph Sodality booth in charge of Miss Nettle May Both will be as sisted bY the youth and beauty of the West End Mackin Councils booth with James Mullarkey at its bend will be an attractive spot as will also that of the Altar Society which will be presided over by Mrs John Carr This society will serve slipper every evening and on Sun day April 10 there will be a special dinner and supper and an abundance for all who attend The various committees in charge are made up from the following well known gentlemen Charles SRaldy General Chairman Walter L Adams James T Shelley William Kerborg Thomas Jii Clines Frank XI Adams John Kenney Andy Kast Frank Lanahau iLouls J Kieffer Frank Baurla George Recktenwald Lawrence Kleffer and Tlvomas Auls brook ExAlderman GeorgeT Butler Chairman of the Reception Committee will have as his as sistants President John Kenney Mrs Charles N Jacques llfes Mary Conroy Miai B Riordan Mrs G Miller and Tame Mullarkey Invitation have been sent omitand the nights set for Catholic bodiesdn the following order Monday for Mackiri Council Tuesday for the Young Ladles Sodality Wednesday for uie Ancient Order of Hibernian Thursday for the Knights of Colum bueand Friday for the Knightsl of- tEf John Tuesday and Friday after nouns have been given to tin ehil dren with Saturday for pariah night and 8unda for the Altar Society dinner and The baaar will t rapperi J f S occrose iHwfiTtneryb on when all articlesgvili be disposed of Including the combina Hon book prizes GALA TIME For Friends of the Ladles Auxiliary Tuesday Night Time Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians recog nized as one of the most influential and practical societies of Catholic women in existence will entertain its members and friends at Falls City Hall Twelfth and Market next Tuesday night with n reception euchre party and dance and a gala evening is promised nil who attend Division 1 generously donated the use of its hall for this night and therefore the ladles will have three halls for their friends For several weeks the members have been per fecting plans for this occasion Un der the lend of Miss Rose Sweeney Miss Fannie Dan Dougherty MrsMargaret Foley Mrs Rose Ansback and Misses Maggie coughlIn Mary Corcoran Julia Kelly Moggie Hourigan Julia Hes slon Elizabeth and Bertha King Josie Godfrey Nellie Downing Mag- gIe Callaha and Nellie Nolan an ex cellent and varied programme will be presented and they have reason to expect a visit from their friends from all parts of the city The Ladles Auxiliary is carrying on a noble work and is entitled to the support of the six divisions of the Falls Cities These good women never Sailed to respond when called upon for aid for church or charity OIJportunitytoh their treasury and pay for the beautiful costumes just pur chased teamGAINS Peoples Bank to Protect Middle Class Prom Sharks V The Peoples Bank now In process of organization is growing In public favor daily and its promoters feel much encouraged as the stock is be lug subscribed for by tho leading bankers merchants manufacturers professional men and mechanics of Louisville The plan is to do a legiti mate business and s vetlte small borrower from becoming the victim of the merciless loan shark This bank has been chartered under the general banking laws ot the State 011 Kentucky Tide capital stock will ba 100000 the par value being 1Q per createaurplue1 pen e The United States Trust UompanyhaiLDeen appointed trustee to hqldt all payments on subMiripUoriH Tin tlU jsuch time as the orjfmnJiaHlon committee may authorize the fund turued rtQ the officers of the it Tar4t1HrefuJlded11iI1JWto the itpsenbera c Ii i s tau c to tti caps a sfQc1o e subscribed That the public and especially the working people are earnestly Interested i in the enterprise was mani fested at a mass meeting held Tues 1 day night In Market Juan on Shelby street William E Riley presided over the meeting and addresses ex plaining the policy and purposes of the new institution were delivered by Rev William M Bruce Caldwell Nor ton Vincent B Smith James E Merrlck and K K Gartner That the feeling against the methods of the loan sharks was strong was evinced by the liberal applause ac corded time various speakers The next meeting will be held Wednesday night at Pfisters Hall Twenty fifth nnd Market when prominent men will deliver addresses VOTE OF TJIAKKS Ptor Senators Taylor and Hogg by Division 4 A O H Division 4 A O II met in regular session Monday evening in Bertram Hall with President John Hennessy in the chair and who had been warned by Vice President Thomas Lynch not to absent himself again a as at the previous meeting the mem bers hud worked him overtime in trying to quell strenuous debates Tue division received two invitations one from the Ladies Auxiliary to at tend their dance and euchre on Apr 5 and one from Division 1 to attend their open meeting on May 3 Both were accepted Michael Ward Steve Toomey and Charles Callahan 1 were reported on the sick list William P McDonogh introduced a resolution thanking State Senators Greenwood A Taylprand E A Hogg for their successful fight at Frankfort on the Bible reading bill which meant ompulsoryDible study in the public schools The resolution was passed and a Senators vote of thanks tendered the SiT McEllIott freaddelivered a short talk dn Irelands present chance for home rule Division 4 will entertain With ft smoker nnd musicale on Monday April 25 Ei J OBKIBN HONOKEO Mayor WiO Head has announced the following new members of theILouisville Library Board Col DenJJ nett H Young John J Davis and E J OBrien They succeed Prof i R P Halleck Owen Tyler ana rII AY Bh Doherty whose respective terms have expired Col Young and MJY Davis are well known attorneys While Mr OJBrlen Is a leading toIbapcd merchant and Catholic citizenI SPAINS CONVERT QUBEN J j I A proof of the strong Catholic faith of Spains Catholic qonveri Queen was recently witnessed in thi rpyal palace jn Madrid when the young English mother consecrate lien three children to the BlftMedj nrolledAngels u II LAITY y I PaitJ Its Respects to Now Prelate on Wednesday Night Fast Throng Heard Eloquent Effort ot lion Edward J McDermott r i Bishop OJDonitghue Won Peo ple With Ills Impressive Response ALL MADE OBEISANCE AT CLOSE BishopODonaghueclergy of the diocese Wednesday he was left to the tender mercies of the laity and admirably well did all acquit themselves In the morning at 9 oclock the larger children of the Catholic parochial schools and academies assembled at the Cathe drab The girls wore gaily colored frocks and the boys neat suits Each t child wore ribbons some purple the color of the Bishops robes some green the episcopal color and others white and yellow the Papal colors Bishop ODonaghue celebrated a and sanghymnsto thra1 conclusion of the mass the pupils of Saored Heart Academy sang two stanzas of the Te Deum After the Bishop had been disencumbered of his vestments he took his seat upon A the throne Master John Curley parishdeliveredEnglish knelt and kissed the episco pal ring nnd handed his written ad dress to the Bishop Joseph Fleitz of St Marys school delivered n similar address in German nnd also llIshopOonnghueThe Bishop then left hula throne and advancing to the sanctuary rail ing spoke kindly to the children The principal theme of his remarks were Suffer little children to come unto me He told them little stories and t urged them to be diligent so that ty miglitgrwupCtebiFgciod altO bens goad rasa a i wo tan c rof Ptaer W wf aasatitar Attleeist rr- l1a J ea wn eliat e4 On his right and left stood Masters Curley and Fleitz The children from the various schools marshalled by their teachers passed in front of the Bishop bowed low and reverently and then made their exit via the lIolyOodThe adult Louisville were received by thellishop the Cathe dral on Wednesday night The hour set was 8 oclock and long before the vast edifice was packed Just be fore the Bishop and escort of priests emerged from the sanctuary the choir gave Open Ye Portals from Gounods Redemption Time Bishop was the first to enter lIe was seat ed in the center of the sanctuary s facing the people On his right sat Fathers P M J Hock Thomas W White and Martin OConnor on the loft were Fathers James P Cronfn 1atrjck Walsh and Charles P Kaffo After all hind found seats the lIon K J McDermott arose on n littlenplatform that had been erected for the occasion and delivered an ad dress of welcome in behalf of tho assembled laity lie told of the esteem In which the Bishop was held mind pledged the loyal support of the andpeacethe illlustriotiH men that have preceded Bishop ODonaghue us heads of this sec and expressed the hope tnat the new prelate would becomes illustrious through his governance of the diocese Mr McDermott testified to time freedom and intelligence of the Cath olio church of the brotherly love its teachingrfinculcated After referring to the necessity of religious educa tan he described the freak religions and Various isms that were springing up for lack of religious training He paid tribute to women as guardians of the home as the land mother ofrgentle daughters and vigorous men r but decried women in politics and public life In conclusion he again Welcomed the Bishop to Louisville Bishop ODdnaghue arose and stood surveying the scene for several minutes Then he began to talk slowly and Impressively Hend dresed those assembled Suy dear riends He thanked Mr McDer mott for his able address nnd said he hoped to do tine work so ably out lined He was not n stranger to Louisyille lie said but he had been astonishes at the welcome accorded Jhim I have only been hero two uayst but it seems a long time not r that t have grown tired of it but youdontpallltrlbutotwo days festivities but said it was done not for him but for the glory of God and the church f Clergy and people broke into apv plausfe as he seated himself Then OplcfrointheslIIeall person walked to time center bowed hoj1Rl1dtbftnretir forty minutes for all to pass before time new prelate While this homage tllKOounolIIA quartette from the Concordla Singing Society made up of iMftup T j PhilipStarksangKreruforsn- J u I 01 u u KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN KEHTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflNrt- erI fed to the Soclol and Moral AdVIIU emend ot Irish Amerlctas ad CatholIcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bnltrait at the LouUvllle Poitottlct n SetondCI flitter AUrrii ill ConmanletHtni Io4be KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weit Due St LOUISVILLE KY II II A SATURDAY APRIL 2 1910 Y M C AIf The secular press arid many benevolent people without any strong attachment to any church and even some Catholics have re garded the Young liens Christian Association not as a militant Protestant organization but merely as u benevolent society of liberal men who believed in Christ and who wanted to have a common meeting place for young men in need of innocent amusement and honest as sociates in fit surroundings Money has been solicited and contributed and newspaper editorials in the daily press have appeared to urge the public to support and applaud this society on the assumption that it was non sectnrian and charitable in i the broadest sense For some time however it has been said by a few that this associa tion was not nonsectarian that It was founded on narrow lines and was a militant proselytizing body for Protestant churches among which of course It was supposed to play no favorites All doubt on this mutter lens been settled by tlio publication of the constitution of the association In its official organ the Young Man on March 24 1910 Here it is ARTICLE I OBJECTS Section 1 It shall be the object of the association to seek out young men and endeavor to bring them under moral and religious influences to secure their attendance at some place of worship to introduce them to the members and privileges of this association to aid them in a selecting suitable boarding places and employment and by every possi ble means to surround them with Christian influences ARTICLE II iMEMBEJIS Section 1 The members of this association shall consist of two classes namely Active and asso elate Sec 2 Any man over sixteen years of age who is u member in good standing of a Protestant Evangelical t church the word Evangelical toeing understood as defined by the Inter national convention at Portland Maine in 1869 may become and thereafter continue an active mom ber by payment of such annual dues as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors Xone but active mem hers shall lhave the right to vote or hold office The dictionary defines Evangel cal thus Holding or conforming what tho Protestants regard as the fundamental doctrines of the gospel especially the atonement justifica tion by faith and regeneration Seeking the conversion of sinners evangelistic ono who holds evangelical doctrines in the Church I of England a State church one of the Lowchurch party in Germany a State church a Lutheran Would our dally press write editorials and local mutters to in duce everybody to contribute money to support a Jewish or Catholic society organized to seek out young men and to get them to go to a Jewish or Catholic church and in which society only Jews or Catholics could have the right to vote or hold r office The daily press pretends to regard time Y M C A as nonsec tarian but evidently it is not It c may be and no doubt is a good society but clearly it is a thorough going Protestant proselyte and should so stand before the public STARTLING Recent investigations aril graft exposures in conectipn with the robbery of the Catholic church have astonished and shocked the world Not since the Panama canal affair has Franco been so scandalized JJarefaced thieving piled on to what may be culled legal robbery in the management of the church sequestration fund together with the fijidence of graft of time most Sordid kind in the management ot the municipal finances can no n longer t e denied The French peo penow realize time mistake of placing their government In the hands of men who disregard God and his church for which they will pay a heavy penalty churchIshown that not only have properties worth millions been sold for a pittance to favorites but the State has r been ijobbed of the greater portion of the pittance Then take the Kaweiilee Hospital site scandal which has just developed When the French Gov rament distributed the proceeds of the sales of convents an4ootier ecclesiasticalldoibalnlaI isuns of 4750006 francs wa 8 given to the town for the benefit ot a local charity known ass the noUal da I Marine A site wps thrive purchased in the that inatanee This wuaej eured for 550 MO vf ranc It jt JiW found that land adjiftoent ud of larger urea WM sold for 00000 trines This should shame the holier than thou Frenchmen who I professed to believe that scandals I i like those which have been shocking t Americans were not possible in France Without the church France will die- AUTOMOBILE REGULATION There has been much agitation of late throughout the country upon the criminal recklessnes and carelessness l of automobile speeders to I whose utter disregard of law is- attributed an astonishingly large and increasing number of deaths Here in Louisville and on the roads leading to to the country it would seem there is no speed limitand the wonder Is that casualties are not of hourly occurrence rhattl1Is assertion is true will be apparent to any person who wlll stand for only a short time on any of the principal corners orstreets of time city This palpable disregard of the interests and safety of the people will within n short time cause such a revulsion of public feeling as to occasion the passage of much drastic regulation The public docs not simply demand that the paid chauffeur be a proper I IJ I person competent to operate his II automobile but that every person who operates nn automobile shall be II competent and trustworthy The i public must be gunrded against the reckless owner who operates or the reckless friends of the owner who operates automobiles Healthy pub I II lie sentiment in these matters as in all others must be the sentiment of the large lawabiding class of pub lie citizens Let the automobilisti satisfy this class in the operation ot their automobiles nnd their endeavor I will receive public encourage I went and an impetus that will make for business progress in the automobile I Iindustry On Tuesday Premier Asqulth gave Parliament to imderstnnd that the I I Government was ready to offer resolutions curtailing time power of i the House of Lords His resolutions provide that the Peers shall have no part in financial legislation that their power over other legislation shall consist only in compelling de I liberation but not beyond the life of a single Parliament and that the term of Parliament shall be limited to five instead of seven years Hon John E Redmond congratulated Asquith on tIle substance of his reso lutions and promised the hearty sup port of himself and friends CATHOLIC MISSIONS Beginning Sunday April 10 at St Louis Uertrnnds church llev Father J It Meiigher of New York and llev Father J H Sealyof Columbus Ohio will open a two weeks mission for the people of that parish and the Catholics of Louisville Fathers Meagher and Mealy are two of the most noted missionaries in the Dominican order and are able and eloquent pulpit orators The first week of the mission will be for the women and the second for the men llev Father Ackermalm D C L announces a mission for St Philip Neris church beglnnig on Low Sunday This mission will be conducted by the Jesuit Fathers of St Louis and wilt continue u week Tomorrow evening the Rev Thomas Fagan will close time mission that lIe has been conducting at St August ines churuh Fourteenth and Broadway since last Sunday This mission has been Well attended and the results very satisfactory to the pastor llev Father Felten ENTIRELY NEW PICTURES i For next week the Princess Amuse ment Company has secured the latest nnd entirely new pictures for the Casino Princess and Columbia rhea ters Gems of scenic beauty never seen here before will be flashed upon the scene as well as real comedy subjects Another worthy feature will be the well rendtretl311ustrated songs HOPKINS THEATER Another promising programme of preparedlfolter The films are the best ex hibited J Jn the moving picture world and while instructive and interesting berIMAOAULKYS hose Stahl just beck from Eurbrte firsthalfChorus Lady which hiss scored a lung Hat of triumphs Mis ll Btahl Vho IatnlenetlngJ trlcht inri I queen of tuft chorus iIs the me delightful personage ofjore M she takes her auditors through ponmetlyatagel For tit last hallfof the Week the offering win be J K Dodson cud In the House New Door a comedy thaA baa been received with favor in the principal theaters throughout the country J i j1 1 Irs wiJ1I I IMrs JJ Nelligah of Portland who been spending the winter iin Florida returned home Saturday I Mrs John Hagan of New Haven was home to spend Easier with her parents ranll Mrs Robert Pcake Miss Margaret Conroy has returned- from Chicago where she was th guest of her aunt Mrs JJ Burnt Bessie Noonan has returned t I IMiss home in Fairfield after an visit with friends in thisi city Mrs L McCloy of Clifton has been spending the past week visit ling relatives at Lexington and Mt Sterling Miss Kllnbeth Waters who was the guest of the Misses Gibbons iin Clifton has returned to her home iin Frankfort Mrs C J Collins has returned from a pleasant vist to her grand mother Mrs Elizabeth Larkin at Leitchfield Mrs Joseph Foley of New Albany will today be hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Club at herhome on East Elm street Miss Bessie Noonan who was here to visit friends and spend the Easter returned to her home at Fairfield Miss Margaret Conroy of Clifton arrived home last Saturday from n months visit to her sister Mrs J J Burns in Chicago Mrs John Griffin of FrankfortI was here to spend the Easter moll days with her daughter who is attending the Sacred Heart Convent Mrs Thomas Barrett of Italian spoils spent Sunday In Louisville us- J the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs John J Barrett of 832 East Mai street 4 Leroy Resting of Paducah ar rived home Saturday to spend th Easter holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Edward Keating of Fourth avenue Irr and Mrs Frank Enslinger nm son Carl of New Albany spent the Easter holidays with their son Her man Enslinger at St Mcinrnd Ind who is a student at the college there Sister Mary Raymond of St Cath erines Academy at Springfield for HlncsIf her sister Miss Katherine lilacs for time Easter holidays Tames Lyons a popular and well known resident of New Albany who homei01v thought to be com elaseent and on the road to recovery Time stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Beckman last week and EasterII ents with congratulations Joseph Muhoney and family resid ing on Ohio avenue Jeffersonvllle were summoned to Trimble county Ky last Saturday on nccount of thei critical illness of T D Mahoney thet venerable father of Joseph Mahoney Misses Edith and Mildred Telford Nellie May Williams nnd Ruth Ryan members of the choir of St James church visited Lagrange last Sun day afternoon and Shelby vlllc in the evening anti assisted at the Easter services Many friends futllo Falls Cities will be gratified to learn that Pat rick Kennedy the well known New Albany Hibernian and janitor of the Court House Is recovering from an illness that has confined him to his home on West Sixth street for sev eral weeks Mr and Mrs M W Mullen nnd wife who were here for two Weeks visitingI Mrs Mary Laven anti Misses Celia nnd Agnes Laven West Chest nut street have returned to their home at Parkersburg W Va They left this city twenty years ago and were most agreeably surprised iwith its growth and improvement While here the visitors met ninny old friends mid were entertained at sev eral home functions Catholic society in Nelson and Marion counties will be interested in the announcement by Mr and Mrs John Talbott of Bardstown of the engagemeri of their charming anti MaryTeresaSpaldlagLebanon The wedding will take sglemnizedin fTcquentvls1t9rs inLouisvilleST AUGUSTINES MINSTRELS Text Tuesday Wednesday and StAugustinesconcert and minstrel show entitled the Minstrels Return to Dixie All intheI Broadway and the curtain will raise promptly at 8 o clock These colored minstrels have been seen and heard before Their concerts have always proven popular and the work of the BevltatherFrancishearsing them for several weeks and promises a firstclaes entertainment Bishop ODonaghue will probably at1 tend one of the performances I IRBMI HOME GOI tS I yiI From Fire department elrelulth learned that Aariatani ltioty Sheehan and Fergus lGJeJfJJ of ihe Jfo i truckle have announced their intention of visiting the Em- creld Ida during tile Lirreitt Irish Kane fninff this swittmsr M tty can Snore HM neoemarF lUve 01ab sewee I PERILOUS Irish Refusal to Accept Pro gramme Spoils Hopes of i Liberals lIptiseEnded Ireland Ibis Risen to Her Feet Behind Jolla lledmondH Policy PUSH FIGHT UPON THE LORDS I Preceding tho Easter recess of Parliament T P OConnor cables that the political sky Suddenly became more favorable and for some hours the papers reported that a means of compromise had been found between the Liberals and the Irish The conciliatory speech of Asqulth in citing the Irishmen to friendly ne gotiation Was followed by nn inter view between Itcdmond Dillon and Lloyd George The conclusion that everything was arranged was soon dissipated however by n communi cation from llcdmond declaring that things remained as they were The deadlock was still on due to the in sistence on the one hand by the Liberals that the budget must go through all stages before the veto resolutions come down from the House of Lords and the insistence of Iledmond that the budget must be held tip till the Lords have pro nounced on fame veto The leader of the Nationalists is backed up by Irish opinion in extraordinary unanimity and enthusiasm The Irish party today Is certainly In a stronger position than at any splitnPossibly the excitement raised by the debate of the veto resolutions against the Lords may excite a Englandeand may also give the assurance of campnlgnIagainst the Lords and enable compromiserspirit time moment have done the Ministry good and though criticized as to de tails they ore generally approved One of the curious and instructive features brought out by the present critical situation in English politics is the difference that so often arises between the lenders and the rank nnd file of the party This differ ence is increased when the leaders are elderly men who apart alto gether from their years are enfeebled for strong action toy wear nnd tear and still more by the cork ing tutees and corroding disillusions of the men on the inside of political life It is one of the almost comic ironies of British politics in the tntdst of n situation of tragic seri ousncss acct potentialities for infinite good rfor infinite mischief that at this hour time real lender of radical thought in England is John Redmond not Asqulth not even LloydGeorge or Winston Churchill though the latter are regarded as the most advanced spokesmen of radical thought What Is the main difference be fatten the policy of the Cabinet and the policy of Hedmond j I have to go back to the formula which has been established lledmomls policy is No veto no budget That means that if the House of Lords does not agree to the limitation of its veto powers or alternatively o if the King doai not give to the Ministry the power to force the limitation of time veto on the Peers by the creation of a Peer majority the budget shall not be passed The explanation of tint position hall not been entirely realized by n large section of Eng lish opinion though curiously enough it wus immediately realized and welcomed by all the radicals The basis of the Irish and radical position Is that the pledge of As quith and the true Liberal position are that never ngnln should a finan cial Jill be submitted to the unfet tered discretion of the House of LordsRedmond does not take up this policy without due consideration of the immense mischief of it breach between the Irish and British progressive forces But his policy is the right policy anti above all is the Only policy he could carry through in Ireland For Ireland has risen to its feet behind Redmond In this 111181alla great renaissance in Ireland since Redmond announced his policy of No veto no budget and the en thusiasm is marking itself by the practical testimony of bigger more widespread subscriptions than at any moment since the great days of Parnell And ap I have already said radical opinion in England justifies Kedmonds as the true policy CENTRAL COMMITTEE The regular monthly meeting of the Central pommlttee of the Cath olic Knights of America will be held next Friday night at St ar- 1IallAs the committee arranging for a reception In honor of Bishop QDonaghue will report all delegates are earnestly requested to oe present Arrangements will also be perfected for the visit to Nashville and1hl8meeting will be anim portant one- YOUNG I DOMINICANS HONORED At time College of the Immaculate Concpioh Washington D C familiarly called the Dominican House of Studies two young priests received time degree of Master of SJacred Theology on Wednesday This two young ecclesiastics honored were the Rev VII F ODanlel and time Rev M A AldPon They rustic their preliminary studies at St floe Con vent near Springfield Ky Cardinal lcmoJchurch were present at the cerw jnonifIII The depteoallF for anext captions order 6f mereand baa been attained only thriMm in the United flutes within thrlast twenty years v kt J 7uTTtCPiULB S WednesdayNights ROSE STAHL in The Chorus Lady Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee JE DODSON in louse Next Door HOPKINSWhere MOVINGI I Different From theses EntirelyNew Films PICTURES I With fine explanatory talks by Mr Dustin Popular illustrated songs Same Old- Prices JOe and Sc CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladles and Children PRINCESSand COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We productionshistoric PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NNW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials f Outings streatlyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the of Phoenix Bill before closing contracts If you want to- pay io 1250 15 or more for your SPRINGSUIT i SUITand the most for your money come to LEVYSThird The Bright Spot in Louisville I rAYou- Chronically wrwr l II I t IIUardzUp astei t ur money Maybe only a Wyo at a time Try SAVING even in a small way Open I ffDOLLARff tmandsum In bank earning in COMPOUNDED twice a Youll find Ita sure the Ky hardup Title terestII SavingsBank Bankand t I Trust Co Fifth End cburt Place I Open daily until 3 pm Saturday until 7p m I MONEY TO LEND t CEITRALFURIITUAECO Incorporated u- t NW CriTItkMHI Greta Sit We forai h the bf+ coIIIi pieta o May payntMtu WM CALUWUK Mgr MM lips STEWART DRY GOODS CO Buaiucss Established Sixtyfour Years I I icv YORK STORE The Household Club Plan ITS MANY ADVANTAGES THIS SEASON Now that the time for spring Renovating has cOme there naturally arises the thought of the most convenient and economic way of buying the necessary Furniture Carpets Rugs Housefurnishings Sewing Machines Kitchen Oabi nets Refrigerators etc The Club 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FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed ingly low prices Call and examinett d MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 3J8320 WEST GREEN STREET I eeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeN iiran weSonAL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET 9- TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS r AND EMBALMERS S3S Easi Main Street C H H t It t t t t H H t t t t t t tt D1 DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT s DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT EmbalmersBoth Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answtrid Promptly Day or Nlghl 1231 WEST MARKET STREETL T A T T T T J tI t H Hi tn H I It tt tt 4 r rt t NOeeet0eN0ee FeNeONN Faa00eNe0l1N J E TRACY 1BOTH1 y R SLDISTRAUB E I AND EMBALMERS i I IIcarrtaruPUrnbbe4 on 1531 W MARKET STREET I k THOMAS KEENAN FiiRiral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nigbiCanapei 1225 W MARKET ST BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotroPe1Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES DJACOBSCHULZf THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE BotkJPkeneia 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FiR THE CARE IF INSANE ANi EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Siam of Mercy of JefferMBvUk lad own and anage ivatebapI tai tor the care and tnntmmt oUrtAOeaM peptic pitrWnti Both aaak aid fetgilc a tieats arc admitted RAtti very rMoaable For fttrth r prUcttlrs aypty to MOTHER IlARYRBOINl flBRCY MOW1TAL Mrls us f MI lr MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DR HENDRICKS DENTIST 436 West Market Street WINES LIQUORS4 CIGARS VALS SALOONVAX Rot Lunch every morning treat 830 to 1230 oclock 44DV G1R1l3l BT HERRMANN BROS lUFORIBkS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS DlfliltaraildlVtolealDI l+ er in FiHst Br ads Xe twcky WhUki 11111 PertlofI Nelson BOTTLED lit BQNO u Uh nsINIt f4 riTli t t HIBERNIAMS What They Have Been Delr I the Put WeakOeneral- News Notes I I Division 1 will not meet Tuesday night having surrendered its hall to the auxiliary Hibernians of North Wnlpole NIL be the thereLl nvunications will be rendrhe offs cers Urge members to be present Division 3 meets Monday night Two banquets were given by the Hibernians of Cortland X Y on St Patricks day Over 100 ladies gracedi the festal board of the auxiliary over which Mrs Daniel Kcrnnn pre sidedThe Ladles Auxiliary meets next Wednesday night when it is expected i the new costumes for the degree team will be placed on exhibition All who can are asked to attend this meetingOn Sunday at Montgomery Ind Division 2 initiated n class ol candidates Into the order Light re freshment were served at which all the members of the Hibernian families participated Division 2 is making great prepara Lions for the euchre and ball to be given under its auspices on April 15 The prizes to be awarded will lie many and handsome and the ad- Vance sale of tickets indicate a social and financial success The beautiful silk American flag- onw by the fortyfive team of Divis ion 7 of Syracuse will be presented at a meeting to be held next Thursday The County Hoard will be present and all the teams that con tested have been invited The County Board Literary Com mittee of the Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul will lie entertained by Divis ion 2 next week The visits thus for made are productive of good results and many cities may follow the ex ample set by the sIsters in Minne sota The Ancient Order of South Bend Ind celebrated the twentyfifth an niversary of the organization by receiving holy communion in a body on Palm Sunday They attended mass with their families on Thurs day nt St Patricks church and closed the celebration with a banquet in the evening County President Welsh 1ms corm piled his official report for the year 1009 and members will be Interested and grtitifled with the content thereof The financial statement shows the largest amount ever paid out In n single year for charity and sick benefits but with a handsome sun remaining in the division treas uries President Welsh also reports an increase in the membership not withstanding the hard times and other adversities with which the or der huts had to contend during the past year The Hibernians of this city are to be congratulated for their excellent showing TIIBV GOT EVEN Louis Bauer the genial and successful merchant at St Muthews was born on St Patricks day a long tiincnpo For many years it has been Ills custom to celebrate the an niversary by entertaining his friends on March 17 Therefore St PatricksI day was looked forward to with no little interest by the good people of St Matthews and vicinity but this year they were sorely disappointed They gathered in large numbers for tho celebration not knowing that Mr Bauer was at JMartlnsvllIe Ind n victim of rheumatism Some wag lfghithwarted Upon his arrival home last Saturday they gathered from all quarters and it will be some time before Louis can recover from the effects of their prolonged thirst and hunger FEDERATION The April meeting of the Louis- Ville Federation of Catholic Societies will be held next Thursday night at the Catholic AVomans Club building Qn Walnut street between Sixth and Seventh As nearly all the local societies are represented the officers have reason to expect a large nt endance of delegates President Sheridan will occupy the chair und the business and talks promise to be- otmoro than ordinary interest The federation movement has made great progress in the larger cities and Louisville delegates should attend hcse meetings and keep the local body among the leaders WILL RAVE GRAND OPENING Hosiers Leather House will be thrown open for the inspection of tIle public on Monday The nev and commodious quarters are located at 617 West Main street1 From 10 oclock a in until 4 oclock p m a table laden with refreshments wil- lbeat time disposal of visitors and all are invited not to bo backward in helpings themselves TBbsler Bros is- an old and established firm in leather anti findings and in their new home vlll have the finest place of its kind hr the Sotuh Edward RosIer lIs the sole proprietor of the establishment CHURCH TOO SMALL Owing to the inpreafce in the number qf Catholic resident In Clifton the people of Stt TraniMBii of Jlbtne church f whichl the Ilev Ti nuW WhKeJ it the zeftloiiii arid beloved pa tor deem It neee ary to enl rgetll send jHliftw that has served them for io manyyears With thU endJA view a handsome fund has been subscribed dtjtJJa expect d that the work on jibe addition ylll begin inj the very near future One m mbe of the oonffregttion contributed 800 and Father White hope to be able to pcjr telrthe wotic ai it rfrM i f THERESA a distinctivenessin YoungMens at 2000 I that you willnot find in I most 20 Suits At this price we are showing many designs and patterns that are exclusive with u- sMSMoses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Cen Supt FOR Furniture Of 11l Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to I WMo MAYER 419 W MARKET ST c CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed M BURKE7t TAilOR I Ladles and Gents Suits Dry Cleaned and Altered Sponged and Pressed Satisfaction Guaranteed 234 South Eighth Street JIve your boys an education that will pre pare hem for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan mothers Clastc- cieallac and Business Courses Preparatory De artment Iarge Swimming Peol Wel1tqulpped- ymnulum Terms Moderate Bro James Dir HENRY HUNOLD BHAUtR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whlaklea a Specialty M PUle me 540 W WALNUT RNIGIITStOP tidLHSi Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Colorado State Council will meet this year on May 10 at Grand unction Lexington Councill will jnltiato a large class tomorrow afternoon The Louisville team will confer oije of the degrees Next Tuesday evening the mem hers of Louisville Council will give a recQption and banquet in tenor pf lllfthop ODonagluie 6n Sunday April 10 Oweurtwro Council wiJIinitiateB class and m ny Louisville Knights have sig nified their intention ot being pves eatIniglitarofLopansportIUd have prgni d a baseball club and eftir- a inonths practice wilt isfluei elial 1enitoK of C teams in sur rounding cities C l m tmcrmeintierseiVdl SlaryJI4illrehopJ11panied the local Knlflitf itytijaUtobeibei turnedrover to Right Rev Btehop Cancvin to be dtIi rated among tlhea char itwWe InvtitutloBa of his dJooMr IRELAND Record of the non Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At the last Town Court held in Longford there was only one case simple drunkenness to be disposed ofDamage amounting to 1000 not covered by Insurance was caused bj 110mIit Would be quite contrary to the constitution of the Christian Brothers to open a secondary school in Wicklow CountyWexfordMurphy a successful merchant of Ennlscorthy which occurred after a brief illness verdict of death from accidental IA was returned at Derry on the body of Samuel Bell aged tWenty ntne who had been missing since January 14 The death Is announced of John Dolan J P a well known public man in Leltrlm and Itascommon He was at one time largely Interested in the cattle industry Death eame suddenly at Castle wnRIthe Navun District Council and held in the highest esteem by nil classes There is much disappointment over CountyCouncil Negotiations price demanded Public bodies protested against the action of the Crown in fixing the opening of the Galway Assizes for St Patricks day They character zed the decision as a direct Insult to the citizens A movement is on foot in the County Down for the erection ofasuitable memorial to the late Brother Dempsey who did much for XewryChristianThe body of Henrietta Iteilly of Belfast who had been missing since the end of November hits been tile covered In an advanced state of decomposition in the River Lagan near the Twin Islands Ilev Edward Scanlan the new curate for Birr recently celebrated his first mass In the parish Father Scanlan who came to Birr from Mullngh County Clare rIs a nephew to the Dean of Klllnloe lime Athy handball court which lies recently been renovated by the Duke of Leinster at a cost of over 500 is about to be placed in the con trol of the local Urban Council at a rent of one shilling a year 1 lie CarrlckonSuir Urban Council has presented to Owen Flulay a lad of sixteen an engraved silver watch a recognition front the Carnegie hero fund for his bravery In saving the life of a boy who was drowning Most Uev Dr McKenna has been unanimously elected a Governor of the County Monaghan Infirmary In place of the late Bishop Owens Mrs MurrayIrwin was also elected to the board succeeding the late Justice Robert Black The remains of William Donovan aged thirty were found on the rail County1Vaterford proceedlughomeword taken by a train and killed Upon motion of H Itcay a Protestailt member of the Arclee Town Commissioners voted nnnn iimotisly that the hotly attend and take proeesKionmost patriotic days of the year mud they should be officially represented VENEUAIJLE CITIZEN DEAD resIMichael Murphy a venerable ident pf the West End died at the fatally residence 2212 Duncan street on Wednesday The deceased was born In Ireland eightyone years ago but the greater part of his life was spent In Louisville Two children survive They are Frank Murphy a veteran member of Muekln Council and Mrs John Barry The funeral took place from St Patricks church yesterday morning and the large number in attendance testified to the esteem in which the deceased was held GOT BLACK EYE ElectionComnmissio Ists a black eye when they decided against voting on the saloon question at the election tbb be held April 5 After a thorough investigation the Commissioners reached the decision that the petition offered by the drys to have the question Shall this city become antisaloon territory put on the ballot lacked sufficient sig natures The fact was revealed that of the 7400Q names submitted oVer 20OQO were those of persons not reg istered and therefore not entitled tivote i SIXTH IFANCY DKKSS The Old Boys Club composed otIpopular young men of time city entertain its members and friendI at Llederkranz Hull next Monday fancydressfine I programme and union music the buys lpromise nose who attend aq evening of real enjoyment The committee In charge Is composed of JoeKellettOolemanNr GOBS TO CUBA Capt JfatTrice 6HeanY pit tleFdittti PoUofodJatrl who has beast dolor tpleadid work 1ineethttlrlti PeiMi House That Quality Built r I617 Fourth Avenue AndersonI FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and BottlersaLOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has it lelephone 52 SENNACKERMANBREWING i INCORPORATED i LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED v Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a 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Moil Orders a Specialty iH4S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY u CRACKEDAND BUCKLED t HasYour Niw Plastering Cracked ir lacklil I If you Had usedour Diamond Wall Plaster it would not have happened KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Jncorpotated r BotH Phones M 7 first and River Loulfvlllt Ky- AUo operating nOCMkrt Will rk ter Plunt JeffenoBrjlle IrnOHPheae Hf Hn 0 f fHHO HHf4H nffOl rllflu WIN IU1PAMIIL o AIi K0LBLn845 WatGrn Strclt i iwIic r Ara iia v f o y xirio to I 01 0- t wxooxxI J AA HOME PHONE 1942 COMB PHONE SOUTH 628 f I I Keaneys Cut Rate Store 1 itSIXIH AND OAK SIREEISd ANUYS COMPo SYRUP White Pine For That Congli25c I JOe Swamp Root 42c Panes Dlapepslnr42c XX titiKE + l9c Scotts Emulslon42c Qulnroln 42c Cure 19cWampoleCL01163c Centhox 42c nPecans u 83c Papas Dluetlc 42e Balsamr19c I Plnkbamsdomp83c Spennax 42c b- I IICedar 42c Syrup of Figs 2Sc SalHepatic19cSpe- cialI l Beef Iron and Wipe Spring Tonic 25c and 50c 4 if Saturday and Sunday Special DOUBLE GREEN TRADING STAMPS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY t0 8All the A DS Special Preparations for Sale Here Peroxide Cream 25c I Baking Powder Pure 25cisnt Kemicyfl Bed Hug Killer XA Destroys the eggs as tied as the bug f Une application kills Price 25c and 45c per bottler Brash for applying j given HoiiHcelcnniniJ Requisites ttXX Chamois Skins 15c to100-xV ss 50c Sheep Wool Sponge35cXX= insect Gun 5c e 0 A e3oe eot MAGK1K COUNCIL Receives Applications and Prepares For Grahd Initiation Blackln Council last Monday night received five more applications for membership and the officers and contest teams feel confident that the next class for initiation willj number more than fifty President John Kenney has awakened re newed interest in Mnckln Councilh and his fellow officers are now de termined that the present adminis tration must surpass its predeces sors Owing to the fact that the social club would need the entire club house for its Easter Monday re ception and dance the business was therefore dispatched with rapidity The Relief Committees reported that Messrs Henry Harding James Schrembs and Frank Kiesler had been visited and were found improv lagThe members representing Miackin in the bazar to be held for Stt Cedillas new church submitted their report which met with unanimous approval Upon motion It was de cided that the meetings be held dur- Ing the bazar on Sunday afternoon instead of Mondaynlght Rehearsals for Among the Stars rhossC who have seen the score and music declare that Mackinn opera next May will outclass anything ever be fore witnessed in Louisville The chorus and cast of the past three years have been added to and greatly strengthened and the mem bers are enthusiastic in their wor TRY WILLIAMS Local Boy Would Cover That Aching Void at First The Louisville baseball fans were given a taste of the real baseball1 article this past week as the Colonels played us if it were in mid season The Chicago Cubs 1 0the best exhibition as the Philadel phia Athletics were hardly a match for any Association team and right here jt might be stated that Iresl dent Grayson ought to proles- against such n ragged lineup pasta shpnvcScdy after the Sunday game The Louisville team looks fit t j begin the battle for the pennant ling right now the onlu exception being at second base and short stop n s the thorough trial given Olsen Soffel and Callahan shows that they will1 not derThe best infield lineup to the majorlty of fans Is Howard first base Casey second base Moriarty short stop and S Sullivan third base If Messrs Grayson and Peltz want to experiment with the position a I short why not give Howard Will lams Portlands crack who is far and away ahead of anyone they have tried so far a chance and further more it would be a popular move with the fans as those who have seen Williams in action know that he can hold his own with any short atop in the American Association and anyway not a local amateur has been given a trial this season WITHOUT WARNING Frank I1ltterwelllmowna d1 respected In the western section ot the city where he hind resided fa many years died last Friday nggt- after t an illness of only a few hours workingforJefferson street when he was over come by the fumes of turpentine and fell to tile ground unconscious The ambulance nvas summoned and the unfortunate man removed to the City Hospital where he expired a few hours later Mr Ilatterman is survived by one son Lee Ilatterman with whom he lived on Thirteenth street andone daughter Mrs llenry Mattmlller JIb funeral toolf plate Monday morning from St bytilErINDORSE REDMOND Irish students and faculty mew bers of the University of iMlniiesota to the number of 150 have passed a resolution of confidence in Jplia Ttedtnond leader of the Irish Na tionalist forces In the British Tarlla mentanll went on record favoring home tile for Ireland IHNB CROPS PriOMISHD lleport from ruralll1illfrllfjl cl JBeent to LouivTille hpw that fruit trees are ihblptnri Raid the indtiwlr tloni acv 9ra vycropof phisad tll lJrult Man lannr eri bvrt Ire ard knd the p earlypeytJ4 of prig vtfplMlA j I 0 Oc 1 J St Loot and German Soup3for 1O I 1 IvoSoap 3 for lOo ll Insect Powder per pound 2Sc Household Ammonia pint Sc Powdered Borax pound lOc Moth Balls pound 5c Copperas pound Sc Lightning Roach Paste ISc Sulphur Fumigators5cFormaldehyde Candles 2Sc Steams Electric Roach Paste 19c Richards Roach Exterminator 19c Wood Alcohol pint 15c Denatured Alcohol pint ISc e SOCIETY DIRECTORY s A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas Pr Lawler Financial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2139 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Holler SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Be Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barret Recording Secretary William TJl Median Financial Secretary Jno J Kenney 1607 Dumcsnil street Treasurer Joseph Lync- hSergeantatArmsDavid M Mur- phY SentinelWilliam Nash DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary =Thomas J Stevens Financial Secretary John 0 IIc slon 1710 Bair- dfreasurerDanlel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stevens kDIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays I f Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial Secretary Thomas Jr Langan 816 Cawthon Assistant Financial Secretary D J Keilly Retarding Secretary John J WlnnTreasurorIlarry Brady CallasehonOutside AeDedr DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIIJLE Meets on the First and Third Tues llulItgPresidentJ Q Cole Murphyllecordlng Mc Jrody- j Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard Ai Coil SergeantatArmsP Flaherty Inside Sentinel J Flaherty Y J1VI I MACIQN COUNCIL 205 sleets Monday Evenings at Clu bventyslxthlrelldentJ JtA Casper SherleyJunlffRecording Secretary Robert Os orne Corresponding Secretary William 11 Link Financial Secretary Frank G odnmslreasurerDan Weber MarshalAllen O Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart 1RECENT DEATHS gratlutt year with high honors died at the Kylastttook place from St Boniface on Wednesday morning Pornier r Thdeceasede AdolphVogelmany expressions of sympathy ove I JI the loved untimely boy demise of their beI rII herhomeI afternoon Death j Wednesday result lJUetmoLebanon thirty elght years agog but parentswhenshe wan a Miss Lanham She is sur J motherMrs I placefromyesterdayand J or the deceased The funeral of Adolph Jtesslnler whose soul passed into eternity Eas 1 Tuesdayymorningehurehj Rev Wjlllam Gauoepohl be requiemmesanative of Jranoe Coming to America j a young man he looaied jji XADuUvijle and engaged ln sitewine ibuslneis j He i survive by lilt wife and 1 tqrb tor fMhrt Bertha who idn a II tenher In 4be Qlrb HJrh Sobopl ludJ brother OoUra sadafer j t 1 ie t1PetermansPetermansAntFood25c 3J Carbolic Acid crude pint 15c ss Carbolic Acid 33yf per cent sBurnishine SsGum42cLiquid s s I Chloride Lime Sc lOc and 15c H 0 OLD STYLE FAIR To Raise Funds For a New Parochial School Building I The members of St Vincent de Pauls parish arc busily engaged 3 in preparations for an old fashioned fair by which they hope to raise funds for their new school building Although two new parishes have been formed front St Vincent de yearsnevertheless IIto such an extent that it is a hard matter to properly house the children attending school At present differenttbuildings and all being more or less congested It was thought a necessity to erect a building that would com fortably house all For this reason with the approval of the late Bishop McClosltcy a large lot was bought at the corner of Shelby and Oak streets This necessitated an outlay of over 6000 which amount was paid lust year and n small nest egg still reo mains in the treasury This fair however is to enable them to begin building next spring It is to take place at the parish hall on Oak street between Shelby and Logan from April 18 to 25 including Suns tiny Euchre and lotto games arc to be called afternoon and evening on Tuesday April 19 and Thursday April 21 On Wednesday April 20 and Monday April 25 there will be a coffee social from 2 to 5 oclock Every evening with the exception of Sunday supper will be served from 5 to 8 oclock The different com mittees have been working very hard and have met with great encouragement the various merchants of the city as well as other kind hearted people having been exceedingly gen erous Different booths have been planned so that all who attend will find amusement and enjdymont DEATH Claims Another of Indi anas Most Beloved Priests Itev JolmH Hoerslg the beloved pastor of St Marys church at Mud1 Ison Ind was Grilled to Ills eternal reward last Saturday at Indianapolis where he had gone to obtain holy oils for use in his parish Death reo stilted from blood poisoning con tracted about a year ago while ad ministering the blessed sacrament to a dying parlshibner The funeral teas held ut Madison on Wednesday priestsbcityJntItr a native of graduatedlromSpenceryIndianapolislieloners For several years Father Doerslg had been in delicate health and spent some months in New Al holy with his relatives last year Ills sister Mrs J B Mueller resides at 1611 East Main street New Albany INVITATION ACCEPTED Gov Thomas II Marshall has ac cepted an invitation and will deliver the commencement address xto the graduating class at Notre Dame UniI varsity next June This will be the first time In the history of the in ofIash tinguished1 man will deliver the bac calaurentc sermon This Is Dr E A Pace a man noted in educational Paceris at present professor of philosophy in the Catholic University of Amer tea at Washington D Cne Is also a member of the board of editors of the Catholic Encyclopedia FORTY nouns The Forty Hours devotions will holyNamegInnIng with the high mass tomor row morning and continuing until Tuesday These beautiful and iin bYUlocal clergy atidlas South Louis vdllejfa1 a Healthy arid growing Cath 01ic community they should lie largely attended WILL APPOINT AMIR1OANS According tb one ponden 9 of the New York Herald the Vatican will soon appoint ttfdi prieats from the tlnHed States as Bishops ip fill vacant aeea in the Phlli- Ji ppinx This an indicationPtbat thee vlmrnccan clergy ara doing pod11tork in theIfarto I I r X + +oeeXeoeo y + ++ I EOPLES BANK I IMTHE THE THE PEOPLE t tJJ Ij Capital Stock 100000001 J PAR VALUE 1000 PER SHARE To be sold at 1100 per share to create a surplus and cover all expenses offorganization Xe 11 J CHARTERED UNDER ASSTATEENDORSED BY UNITED TRADES AND LABOR ASSEMBLY fITSPRINCIPAL BUSINESS WOULD BE X- T 1 To loan money to wage earners and worthy applicants on CHAT A TEL MORTGAGES with Furniture or Merchandise a security X- y 2 To loan money in small sums on WAREHOUSE RECE1PTL of f the PEOPLES STORAGE COMPANY representing JEWELRY PLATE j CLOTHING FURNITURE MERCHANDISE Etc X X PROFITABLE INVESTMENT tI An even number of shares in the PEOPLES BANK and PEOPLES 4 s STORAGE COMPANY are offered In small allotments to the investor thusii A keeping the control and the profits of both Institutions In the same hands X 4 Statistics of other InstitutIons opetatinp on the same lines In other cities y X show that they have never missed a dividend to their stockholders It lsX j safe to say therefore that the PEOPLES BANK with the LOAN ANDA 4 SAVINGS features combined would handsome the AInvested+ FOR INFORMATION CALL ON OR WRITE 1i PEOPLES INVESTMENT I coiINCORrORATKD XS ttl512 LINCOLN BANK BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY s J UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY TRUSTEE FOR STOCKHOLDERS Ji H S SEARLE Chairman X E M SWIFT Secretary Organization Committee X 0 iiii BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE I IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I For the FILTERED WATERI LOUISVILLE SOAP COBS I I sow I 1 II IIAD IN LOUISVILL 1 J M1 BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Pus B Mgr Vice Pris J4 Trcas Sicrilsry Kentucky Vitrifte Brick Co INCORTORATKD 1 Ic tinutaoturora of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK J FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th anil lOtli TELEPHONE 873 TELEPHONE 1252 I GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SBII TUg CEIBBRATED NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEALL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered dcsir ered desirable in a Gas Rang The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the nubile FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET 1IIF SULLIVAN Manager DBADQUARrnRfi 11QR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpriarLambdty We also carry Early Fruit and Vegetables and all firstclass market prodtt LOUISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY J DRJTCHAWKp Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeiai Forte SCIENTiFIC AND P QICAL HORSE SHOEING 1 J au x Bertfer ClatIPOtH DfUrcrMl a nCWCE ANB PORe 7IIIK JWVWTK STW8T J c tI 4