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I 0 t k l IVOLUMEi I ROYAL f Welcomes Continue to Be Be w ltowedUjoai ew Pretatei f R 81 Diocese CollegeKiftPledge Fealty tov Bishop Knights ot Columbus GayeBan qSet and Reception For r Him HSIIf ODONAGHUE PLEASED Tho Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue was the guest of honor at two social functions this week On Monday morning he was received by the teachers and pupils of St Xavlers College and on Tuesday he was entertained by Louisville Coun cil Knights of Columbus Each af fair was equally happy and theI Uishop appreciated the honor done him on both occasions iMore than 500 students all the Xaverian Brothers and a number oft parents and many clergy assembledI in the college auditorium on Monday morning when the Bishop arrivedI with the Very Rev Father James P Cronin nnd the Very Rev Dr Ceorg- lY Schuhmann Bishop 0 Doaaghu and the assembled clergy had beeni given seats near the stage The ex ercises opened at 10 oclock with a piano solo by Jesse A Doll after which Bernard I Baeti delivered an address of welcome in behalf of the pupils to the new shepherd of the diocese He told the Bishop that he must not consider himself a stranger but that lie must feel that lie Was in the home of friends and of those of his own faithrbepupils knew said Master Bacti that the Bishop was imbued with theJJ religious history and tradition ofIthe diocese and they felt that heIi had made many sacrifices in comJJ ing here after having spent thirty six years of priestly life in another diocese He pointed out that thetBishop was considered the first Citizen pf Indianapolis and where he was identified with every moec thatFI departure ofeBishop ODonaghue had been fol lowed by the prayers of the young j and the tears of the aged In an cornedBishopCollege and pledged the fealty undoc love of all the studentseAfter a piano solo by John E Klein Francis J HIggins of the class of 1910 delivered on address on Catholicity in Kentucky The young man in a clear und ringing voice reviewed the foundation of St Thomas Seminary the pioneer I ecclesiastical educational institution of the West It was no stately J manor but this seat of learning was n rude log cabin He told of theII foundations of Nazareth of Loretto and of St Catherineo He recalled the work of the white robed sons of St Dominic In the pioneer da3Stt of Kentucky and later told of the 1untold1 self sacrifleng Little Sisters of theII Bishopala 1 I late William George McCloskey Ills address wns heartily applauded by all byMaster I OhllgschIngerturn followed by Master John E Kleins address He had for his theme Our Old Young Klein told of the Wanderings of Boone and Kenton of the little band of Catholics that came to I I Kentucky from Maryland and how I spreadthroughoutr orator told of the mineral wealth of Kentucky of the natural wondersi of the State and of the pride felt I laughterni I and other guests of the numerousi places in the State that bear Cath I olio names Arthur L Hoerter delivered ani appropriate recitation and Arthur C Becker rendered a piano solo The j r boys part of the programme was I brought to a close with a brief address by Master James 0 OBrien during which he took occasion in be I BishopODonaghue I j The Rev Brother James PresidentL of St Xavlers College escortedI stageThe I pIe robes and his appearance at the front of the platform was the J signal for great applause 1 Bishop ODonaghue said lie was j glad to be there with the boys He had often heard of St Xavlers College I and that lie had anticipated1 t his visit with great pleasure Ills observations had been of a mostI F pleasant character lie was no stranger in the city Louisville was the first large town he ever saw and his first visit was many years ago In all sincerity he saidI when I was ordered to pack Up apd golwasglad the index finger pointed to Kentucky College work-r he paid was agreat one and merits encouragement and support lIe spoke of purely secular education how it robbed one of the truth of I history and tradition and meala away religion Kducation withou religious training leaves us withou- a cuts IB mystery ana tiark ness Ont e other hand the pupil1 with reU ousnatDltagjl best prey o pared to comO the world lieezp- ressed great hope for the future of- St XarterV and for h1 rpe4 of 1 k I a- C k t faith and knowledge He promised unflagging Interest in the welfare of the school At the close of the Bishops address nil joined in singing the Te Deunu Time entire entertainment t was delightful the musical numberss were well rendered and each pupil whether nt tha planodr in deliver- Ing an address acquitted himselfr admirably Among the clergy pres emit Were Fathers Cronin Hill Walsh Deppen Westerman ICitger ald Ackeruian OGrady Melody Oausepohl1VeissI Ambrose and Bohlsen After the entertainment the Bishop and clergy were escorted to the refectory where light refreshments were served On Tuesday evening the Bishop was the guest of the Knights oft Columbus at their home on FourthI avenue near York From 0 oclock until 730 Bishop ODonaghue re ceived the Knights who were prc seated by Grand Knight Edward J The banquet wasJMcDermottthe assembly room and t began prcfiptly at 730 oclock Bishop ODonaghue was seated nt the round table of honor With OollertylunRtmnster sI P Raffo Chaplain of the Council Frank A Geher and the Rev Wlll Mary3fngdalenBishop ODonaghue invoked n blessing1 on the feast and after an elaborate menu had been disposer of Judge Matt ODoherty as toast matter introduced Frank A Ocher who delivered the principal address of the evening Ills subject was My Old Kentucky Home Rev Father Raffo responded to the toast Louisville Council Bishop ODonnghue closed the addresHcs s heexeveryjntght REASONABLE Cost of the Home Going to Ireland This Year Many inquiries have been made regarding the home going to Ireland ear and for the benefit ofthose interested the following inIformation obtained from Joseph DISullivan of Washington Secretary of the Irish Home Going Associa givenThe I the trip will depend upon the individual taste and cconII maltingitI I down In that matter No one is ad riled to make the trip with less I than 150 Rates of passage vary stenmeri I t rate in the first class is l750II each way in the second class 5250 t each way and in the third close 3375 each way Members of the j association will be especially wellIcored for at low rates in first andII alterJulywestbound I I given with the passage as to bag gage etc Concessions from rniil rateshaveand are expected No one connected I with the association receives any compensation They have devoted their energy time and money to promote the movement through a J desire to do something of benefit t to the land that they love The ar t timeNorth 1 JOLLY NIGHT Hibernians Dispatch I BuslII ness to Entertain Friends Division 2 A O H with PresidentCon Ford occupying the chair dlsII surprisingrapi1 week in order that there might beII ample time for members and visiteors to participate in the enjoyable social session that followed There was not the number present that had been looked for but neverthe less tho night was a jolly one and will not be soon forgotten by those present Invitations there received and ac StCeclias I the Ladles Auxiliary and the open meeting of Division 1 oniIay3 I Only one member Edward Madlgan I who Is suffering from a dislocated I shoulder was reported on the sick list Chairman Joe Lynch reported euchrandbullpointed out what each member I should do to make it the success j that the committee hoped for Welcoming time visitors and mem h hers President Ford scored those members who absent themselves j tJlrnelttIlOseand Greany who presided over a XeanyWillothers saw that all were served and then calls were made for John PatConnauJthtonspoke for the County Board The social hour Was both instructive and pleasant the only regret being that the other divisions were not repre seated to time number that had been prepared for HAIIDIX COUNTY WMDD INC I tales Mary LeIla Thomas and wettunited IB marriage tae tbe1tlWt JohnClul riage ceremony air and Mrs Jenins came to Louisville and will make their home in this eltjr Ci 4gf4 4 PROSPECTS Fight Against the Lords Opened LloydfGeorge v Predicted That Ministry Wiltl1 Soon Resign and Election Follow bytItheFailure ofOBriens Faction RESULT IS YET IN DOUBTr The situation in British polities is still tense and uncertain cables T P OConnor M P but the real fight against the Lords has been fully started Debate in the Coin mons is on a high level both iin ability and passion and Asquith and Churchill put the case against tIle Lords and the bold policy of thei Ministry in more daring and absolute terms than nt any time since controversyIfs are rejected he can not hold his office and another election will fol low Indeed the peculiarity of tie flnnllydecidedtions change from hour to hou stilland oven the attitude of time Irish party to the Ministry and especially to the budget still is unde ceded Redmond still wants certain stages of the budget held up until the Lords have pronounced du the veto resolutions nnd the Ministers find certain difficulties in such an undertaking Time House of Lords may delay discussion of the veto resolutions for such a length of time as may compel the Ministry to go forward with the budget before the Lords have given their decision Redmond will not of course abandon nay weapon which will insure the reality of the fight against the Lords but the budget is rather a weapon than against dthethe budget so much that they nreInot frightened but delighted by the prospects of its defeat by the Irish 1 party in the House of Commons npw1Isj that Asqwith byy undertakingg to theguaratees reason for supporting the budget through all the stages The sltua modifiedevils of the grossly ex aggeroted byOBrien and Healy with a view of forcing the Irish party Into a collision with the Mln Isters OBrien and Healy are fur byOBriendenouncing Redmond and nil his colleagues for having interviews with LloydGeorge he himself was LloydGeorgeago he denounced any idea of supporting the budget as the blackest v proclaimsthatthe defeat of the Ministry icy Redll mond would be a fatal crime against TrelandvOne good result of the first weeks of Parliament Is that faction In Ireland now is thoroughly dis nppealtoputty which a few weeks ngo he denounced nscomposed of scoundrels and traitors further exposes the hollowness of his whole attempt to break up the party To up the political temper is ris Ing and thus nil other issues are submergedThisbringing time Liberals and Irish closer together but the Cabinet re partlybecauseand partly because of many of its followedIlaseberywith the Irish party and equally ready to discredit LloydGeorge personalitytheyTime most important development was the disclosure cf the obvious intention Of the Government to rushm the crisis cost what it may This intention was disclosed by Premier WeGovernmentthe budget by the end of the month tAsquthhnllfive parliamentary 8 in which to destroy the legislative power of the House of Lards mind to reduce the life of Parliaments from seven to five years HEADS WEST POINTy Text September Major Gen famoil1Cuba f United States Military Academy at t West Point succeeding Col II TIO Sisptt of the Fourteenth Cavalry who will rejoin his regiment in the Philippines Major Gen Barry is a native of New York and a Catholic i CON SRORATION The date for the consecration of IJIght Rev J J JfiJan aa Bishop of Hartford Conn has been set for i April 28 the feast ayibf St Paul of the Crow the founder of theri willJjeJnbishop OConnell of Boston will be i byBishop 1 RightRev i I f St Patricks Cath i1 New Yor City will j reach ee consecrating sermon CoadjutoBishopelect r s With time right of succession to that sec will be solemily consecrate d nekt Thursday 5nt 3 Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception at laUyhntef a netVprelate tALL TURN OUT fCuchre and Ball of Hiber r nians Next1 Friday Night C Next Friday night at Red MensI Hall First and Market streets Division 2 A 0 II wjll give Its recep thercity of Louisville For several Weeks the officers anti a committee have been making preparations for this event and the programme as now iarranged is sure to please all whoI attend Division Z is one of the oldest iIn tthe order in this city and line iin Iits membership some of our most widely known professional and business men though the larger number come from the ranks of the working men of Louisville Tills division has cared for its dead sick and suffering nml for the past year has paid out iniiclt for numerous worthy charities Therefore this entertainment is given in order that tthe good work may be continued Upon the reception committee will 1be Con Ford Dan McKenna John Edwardr1 1 Kciran Raymond t Bdrrett Too Lynch David lit Murphy and in fact tIe entire membership who promise llresentThe sumo and well worth striving for iA feature of the evening will be the famous old Irish dance the Black- Bird in which Con Ford will be the leading figure AllAhe Hibernians nml their friends ate invited and with anything like fir weather agent success seems assured RECENT DEATHS Mrs Ellen Connelly one of the pioneer members of St Michaels parish died at tho home of her- aughter Mrs Ellen lacey Monday morning Death came suddenly and resulted frond + heart disease The funeral look place from 6t Wednesdaymorning large circle of frltin land acquaintances to1 JIIIJlinera i +ffalc Marttwhu resided at 1471 Bank street tookI place Monday morning from St Pat ricks church of which for many years he had been a faithful mem I ber Deceased was seventyfive years old and death resulted from I gastritis He was well known nndII held in high esteem throughout the West End Surviving trim are two sons and two daughters all grown I I The sad Intelligence of the 11eathI of Alice Dolan the infant daughter 1 of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dolan J reached Louisville on Wednesday I morning The little one passed away at Indianapolis on Tuesday I1lghtI Less than a month ngo another in font of Mr and Mrs Dolan died ntII the Hoosier capital The remains of I little Alice were brought to Louis ule and taken to the home of the parents 10t3 South Seventh street from which place the funeral took place on Thursday ijStsij Wednesday morning Death resulted from a complication of diseases Tne deceased was sixty years of age and is survived by twp sisters Mrs Albert Robinson and Mrs E J Wentzell of 2123 Portland avenue The funeral took place from Sacred 5 heart church on Friday morning t Miss Leighton belonged to an old and highly esteemed Kentucky fam fly nor death is generally mourned I Mrs Bridget Doran n highly t esteemed widow of the West End died nt her home 1012 Cedar street 1I- on Monday morning The deceased I was born in Ireland sixtytwo years ago but had spent the greater part of her life in Louisville Her bus band William Doran for many years prior to his depth was a fore an in the cement mills Two sons I mind two daughters survive her The funeral took place from St Pat 1 ricks church Wednesday morning and was attended by many old friends und acquaintances Harry B Donnelly called by his 1 friends Dick clledl1t the family residence 2539 Magazine Street on t Wednesday evening lie had been suffering from tuberculosis for six months and death was not unex peeled Time deceased was fortyone I ears old and a native of Louisville He Is survived by his father John j Donnelly and n sister Miss Margaret Donnelly The young man hind a i hnst of friends that mourn his un timely death The funeral took I place from St Charles Borromeos 1 church on Friday morning Mrs Karo Dowllng n venerable 1 resident of South Louisville died atIt the home of her daughter Mrs Thomas Gibbons 2826 South Fifth 1 Street on Tuesday evening Death i recalled rfrotn a stroke of paralvsl I sustained two days previously Time I le a dal iMvratyffdur years 1 old and A tfatire 6t Ireland hut biu1E resided in Loiitavflle since she was 1 itfehteepi Twb children sttrvipe bar 1 They are Mr Thoiiwii Olbbonii ot i1 this city and Thomas Dowlingof 1 PHUbnifr The funeral took place 1 from Holy an e phurcfc on Thyrtr 1 day and was attended Itabfold I friends of the dee ased- k I i ABLE ANSWER tree Moses Kaulmaii Refute the Teachings oi Kentucky Preacher RelURes to Allow Jewsand Cath olics to Be Classed With Pagans Gives Able Exposition of Certain Doctrines of time Church TRIBUTE TO THE ANCIENT FAITII Several weeks ago the Lender published a sermon delivered by the Rev George W Morris a Protestant minister of high stand ing in the Bluegrass capital In concluding his discourse the Rev Morris said To us there are but two classes Those who arc in Christ anti those who are not No matter what our personal feelings of may be to this latter class alike be long pagans Jews and Romanists Muses Kaufman merchant Demo I i spiritedcitizentelligent Hebrew replied to Mr Morris through the columns of theI Leader on Easter Sunday 11 maliciouslybuta J points are sound Catholic doctrine Mr Kaufman says at the outset objectlonsolics but I do draw the line when iE comes to pagans Webster defines u falsegodsn tian a Jew or a Mohammedan Further along Mr Kaufman speaks of the infancy of the Chris thin religion and shows that thej majority of its professors were Jews Then he adds Gibbon says in speaking of the ultimate sever ance of thjs new sect from the Mosaic church By the wise dispensation of Providence a mysteriousII veil was cast over the infancy of the church which till the faith orII j the Christians was matured and their numbers were multiplied served to protect them not only I t from the malIce but even from tho- knowledge of time pagan world The slow amid gradual abolition of the Mosaic ceremonies affflrded aie tenrlt Later oa Mr Kaufman says But while I am nt it I can not resist on several otherUIUIUIIUYCI Ull points Rev Mr Morris takes theII Catholic church to task for the ndor utibn of Mary Catholics adore God only They venerate Mary theII nngels and saints Why should they not venerate Mary Why should not every Christian Mary was t et JthatJt greater Influence with a son than his mother when that mother is appealed to for intercession or mediation by supplicants It Isn strange that after 1500 years the Protestant churches should adopt a the decision of the Ceuncil of Nice regarding the Trinity and reject that of Ephesus both being coldw by and under the same authority the Catholic church And the Catholic pagans As I J nave said the Jews are the religious of the Christian religion Jewish religion is the mother itheProtestant sects are the grand children some of them many genet ations removed The first offspring wns the Catholic church It had nothing except what the Jews gave It And If the Catholics hind been ex terminated by the Roman Emperor whit sort of religion would Mr Morris now preach For my part if I were forced to renounce the faith of my fathers the faith of Abraham Isaac and Jacob of Moses nnd of Jesus and of had to embrace Christianity as In the days that are no more some of my forbears were forced to do 1 should join the Catholic church When I go to a Protestant church I scene lot of benches and bare walls sand until I hear the hymns and hear time minister deliver n religious dis course I feel as if I might be In a lecture hall When I go to n synagogue I see before me the perpetitsll light as it burned in the temple I see time 1 menorah of the temple tho seven branched candlestick and which Titus took to tome I see the two tables of stone with the ten copy mandments en graven upon them as given by God to Moses on Mount Slnal amidst thunder and lightning see the holy ark containing the scrolls of the Mosaic law written on parchment in the same script in which they were first Written and in the same language which God spoke to Moses and I feel that lam In the presence of the God of Israel A When Igo to a Catholic church I again see the perpetual light burn before the altar I see paintings and statues of the great Jews and Jewesses of the Scriptures of John Peter and Paul and Jesus and the mother of JellusIsee the altar and Incenfeburning vessels with which the High Priest entered tIle Holy of Holies and again I feel at home again I feelI that I am transposed Into Bible days whea Jesus preached in the tempilla and admonisnerj the andtoe fciu t have felt when he saw the f burning bush and God palled out to hitherput w r + + standetish I THE MOCKING BIRD I Promises to AttracUVtusIc Lovers to Masonic Theater According to those who have seen the rehearsals those who witness the performance of The Mocking Bird on Monday and Tuesday nI will witness one of the most l tractive comic opera productions producedbd Theterat Leo Schmitt who so successfully Cupltant n 1903 8 MackinHg never been given in Louisville b fore Cast and chorus are completely at home in their work and each timne fine points Among the principals are some pf the best amateur vocal fats in Louisville They Include and Mrs W C Andrews Miss Frances Sehrnnz Miss Lillian Leh man Miss Margaret Constantine Mesrs John Hodapp William Box Philip huger nnd Edward huh Mist Abbie Chester who has establishedj heats2 the beauty chorus The Mocking Bird deals withl Ilngiana to the Spanish M urjllliuill Powdered wigs and gaily colored i costumes run riot through the plot Landayeand Tuesday are new nnd were es j peclally designed for the forthcom deepbutSolos and choruses are catchy and isE5 Catholic Womans Bub i FATHER MURRAY Appointed Vicar GeneralI of Cincinnati Archdiocese nppointedtheturruytonati adchdiocese The new Vicar General is one of the best known priests in Ohio und will bring to the office executive ability of the highest order In notifying Father upllnhim j ikindlI feel sure that this appointment will be acceptable to both priests and people under my charge WhileIj Hector of the seminary you endeared yourself to nil the students yourhighunbiased fairness to all I am care that these will oharac 1Jterizeand that the affection which students hind for you will be B given to you by all the priests and people of the Archdiocese of Clnccinnatl I nip satisfied that in this office to which I have appointed you you will be a comfort and stay to mo in the many and arduous duties that devolve upon meIn conclusion Archbishop Moeller ished the Vicar General lengthof days in his new position mind Imported his affectionate blessing Archbishop Moeller will soon leave for Rome to be gone about three jj months and during his absence Msgr Murray will be the ndmjnls rator of the diocese BRIGHT OCONNOH of St Charles Borromeos clmrch was the scene ota brilliant and pretty wedding ceremony Had nuptial moss Wednesday morning when Miss Agnes Vetter Bright became the bride of J Clarence OCon nor Rev Father Raffo officiated- at the ceremony and the church was thronged with friends and relatives the contracting parties The bride is the daughter of rnI1l1 Mrs Edward T Bright and her beauty and many pleasing traits of to character wbn for her the friendship of the large circle In which moved The fortunate groom is well known in business and social centers and comes from a family long prominent in Louisville After the ceremony the happy couple nvefe showered with congratulations and best wlsjies for a long life of unal loved happiness and prosperity PICKED ABLE MEN Mayor W O Head humus shown his good judgment by naming first ease public spirited citizens as members of the City Hospital Commis- Sion The appointees four in number are equally divided between t l Democrats nnd Republicans The IhHubbuchLeathersIh arc Judge Arthur Peter and Samuel Culbertson Each of the above named gentlemen has signified his willingness to serve and to give lifetime and talents to the work Louis vllle Is badly In need of a new city hospital and its erection will mean the Issue of 1000000 in bonds Four IIplrliedchosen a NOSE Luck OURS Right Key Mpaiiignor Joseph W 131s1iopHeadrick romltilp around the world ciedasiii V fousd no oounUy like Qgeir liamti 4atop whie are the poor m 1IparadtH ct ARMAGH Primatial See of Ireland Is Full ot Interesting NaturaliH Wonders 5 I I Historic Rivers and Lakes Are Dear to Natives of htCounty j- s Catholics Built Handsomer Church When Old Pile Was Confiscated ROCKe according Every toplaced therentire island is sanctified with the blood of saints and martyrs The County Armagh is in the northern port of Ireland is bounded on the north by Lough Neagh and Leitrim Monaghnnthe south by County Louth The county is nqmed from the city of citycuntrnceThe county is thirtythree miles long from north to south und from milesbroad160000 The greater I1rtof the county consists of fertile lillls for the most part cultivated or in pasture with fertile valleys in between Its highest mountain Slleve Gulllon is 1893 feet tall It is one of the finest detached mountains in Ireland Several rivers and streams traverse UpperBaunTall Cusher White and Tynan rivers are the principal streams in this county Besides there are a number of beautiful and historic lakes in the county In the southwest corner is a group of small lakes chief of cwhlch are Ross Lake Lough Patrick St Peters Luke Kiltybane Lislei trim and Callyhanna Lake In the north bordering oh Lough Neagh is Lough Gullion and in the west are Lakes Derrylileagh Derrgadd and Annagarlffj Although the city of Armagh has about 10000 inhabitants it is the metropolitan see of Ireland and the onginnllylliLYea 57 Aprart ot tha n toun of Newry liesin ttifs I I i KoodyClmrlemont among the leading towns Plenty of Ilimestone nnd excellent marble is found In abundance in Armagh This r county formed a part of the ancient kingdom of Oriel It was the territory of the OHanlons sari the name is preserved in the two of Orior The palace of Kmanla which was the residence of the Kings of Ulster from about 300 C to 332 A D was situated a mile and a half west of the present of Armagh tutus of the old j royal residence are there still and consist of a great circular rath or rampart of earth with a deep fosse inclosing eleven acres within which are tnvo smaller fartstJn the first century A D that u palace was the training place of the military called the Knights of the Red Brunch The finest part of ancient Irish romantic literature icons reference to these Red Branch exploitsOn two miles north of the city of Armagh is Bellanabay or the Yellow Ford where in 1598 a grist battle was fought in which Hugh OXeil Earl Tyrone demented the English General Sir Henry Bagenal nnd Bagenal und 1300 of his men were slain After the Norman invasion the question of ecclesiastical supremacy was fought bitterly between the Irish Incumbents of St Patricks see and the Archbishops of Dublin who upheld the English interests The latter took the title of Primate of Ireland and the former Primate of Ail Ireland Time distinction is made the present day the Protestant Bishops of both sees claiming the distinctive titles The ancient Cathe E bytheHenry VIII The old structure is surpassed in magnificence by the present Catholic Cathedral which was built by Archbishop Crolly sixty years ago It is one of the finest modern ecclesiastical structures in the world CountyArmnghVery Rev Father P M J Rook rector of time Cathedral Among former residents of Louis ville who were natives of Armagh were the late Farrell Curran and the a late Mrs Sue McQIll mother of James and John McGlll POPULAR LADY DEAD The funeral of Miss Mary M herbrother ThursroxnSt J largelyattendedacquaintantes IoulsvUlefi devout member of this Dominican parish all her llfQShe took an active interest in church and char stable work andwas one oftbeoriginal embersof the Ladle QIHSbeilunlYedby Brown and James Brows Time be ofden911 LY- r KNIUCK IRISH MIjlICA T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftti noted to the Social and Moral Advincememeafof Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young M hs Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINOCOtncorPmte4 Publisher e SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY BnUretf at the UuliTlIU Poi toHIc al 8 condCI i fUtUr Address all Co ro ilctloii to tie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreea Stt LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 9 1910 vicrroi OF FRIENDS S Events of the week will certainly i justify former President Roosevelt In praying either publicly or privately Lord deliver us from our i fool friends According to press accounts Mr Roosevelt was very t anxious for an audience with His Holiness Plus X and the Pope we equally anxious to meet the strenuous R American Despite the alleged anxiety on both sides they failed to meet The Vatican llaid down cer tan rules of conduct for Mr Roosevelt as it has done for every body else the exPresident thought he knew his own business best and as a sovereign American citizen refuted to abide by the Vatican request The audience was called off Since then events have followed l in rapid succession They make amusing if not instructive reading for the time being but in the end the church thq Vatican no Cardinal Merry del Val will suffer Mr Roosevelt might have publicly and openly asked for and obtained an audience with the Pope Instead he applied indirectly and con fidentially Ills request was granted and the audience was fixed for Tuesday April 5 but the exPresil dent was cautioned against making the mistake of Mr Fairbanks by visiting the Methodist propaganda in Rome The strenuous American rebelled He would visit whom he pleasedJust here comes a friend Joh Callan OLoughlln a newspaperman by instinct and training and lion cred by Mr Roosevelt as Ills Assistant Secretary of State for th last month of the secondj Rooseveltian era Mr OLoughlin hurried to Rome to try hf diplomacy at the Vatican Cardinal I Merry del Val the Papal Secretaryp of State acting for the Pope instated k that Mr Roosevelt must con form to the law laid down and Mr ftLoughlin was equally Im pressed with the fact that his chiefj J would do as he pleased Then the t exPresidents friend Jost his head He let his newspaper Instincts get away with his usual statesmanlike e diplomacy he saw a good news paper story and he published It To say that it caused a world wide sensation is putting it mildly Catholics can not see how th J Vatican could have acted otherwise than as it did They do not blame Mr Roosevelt for his part but they consider him unfortunal- in J the choice of diplomatic friends Mr Roosevelt stands as high asJ ever in the estimation of American i Catholics He has dune all in his power to prevent the Methodists s and other scandal mongers fro t making antiCatholic capital out of the incident In a little while it willII all be forgotten WHAT PRAYER MEANS S On the editorial page of the New York Herald there appeared a few r days ago an article on iPrayer It was written by the Rev Father P A Halpin of St Angelas church New ort perusal and of careful consideration Though every word of It breeds Catholicity it Is an admonition to all Christians to all who believe In a 1Supreme Giver of all good Father Halpin writes Pray without ceaslngI Thess v17 All divine commands make for the welfare of the individual andl the civilization of the race TheseI laws forgotten the man touches the nadir of degradation the family Isii- a den of abomination and the nation totters on the brink of barbarism rThe faithful Christian Is a conqueror In the moral world bears oft all Its trophies and wears its crown and its glory These precepts do more They hedge in all human dignity and guarantee privileges beyond the power of the world to bestow- S Eminently true all this of prayer The quickening pulse of prayer Is iIn thehearto IYLp prayer alone Is mockery and insult Hence when heaven is deaf to our beseeching it is because white our voice mutters words of devotion we are bargaining In our souls with the world the devil or the lle 1 Never yet has the Heart of manse up on the wings of prayer Its pal pitating message without finding i iitTnith and healing Bver IIs such r a pleading as music Jn the ears of Odd causing his hand to open and shooter down blessings To pray la t privilege beyond expression and the employing of par highest faonl ties la their jwijeijj function To pray to to IbeoDti fceigirti In toe court of the Ring of Huge It U + leaning tbat ark divine wnieb ItI in every one of us into a flame wrapping the soul in the splendor of t raiment of the eternal halls Prayer is the lordliest spurning of the world and the most defiant proclamation of the vanity of Its promises and of it utter helplessness in our Ifour of need Man is at his finest as h kneels in prayers What may we pray for Augusi tine answers that It is our right to ask for anything and everything our heart has the right to desire Nor 1is It impossible to pray without ceasing If we only knew our danger and our dearth our whole being would be attuned to prayer and in the Incessant encounter with our spir itual foes and perils our every thought and word and deed would b instinct with petition Why lack trust in the efficacy ofour supplica tion Confidence is easy when we remember the infinite power of th God who has made us because Her loves and yearns for us As we pray we are prostrate before Omnipotence I and boundless love Tt will be we 1 with us miff when we learn to pray If it Is well with us now it Js because there are more than ten just me appealing In our behalf Yes It is all right with the world because God is in his heaven but it is more alI right because He is on his earth as well and no sentinel bars our we to his presence HARMON AND THE TARIFF 11Oov Judson Harmon of Ohio now looked upon as the standardbearer in the next Presl1 dential election has pronounced mleto express them In an interview 1dth the Chicago Tribune mention 9of President Taft led to a question 1ns to Gov Hnrmons opinion respect ring the Presidents attitude on the tariff elicted the following reply As I understand it President Taft thins the tariff is all right The fact is that protectionism has been pushed to its highest point I want to repeat that the tariff ought to be for revenue only and not fo r the purpose of aiding a lot of people to get rich with the aid of the law The way out of the woods is a simple one Revise the tariff down wards There wont be any politicall rest until the popular demand tIs ieiin any special commission to go ove the tariff Such a commission would bo only procrastination Of course herPJnug certain interests make money it t going to take a lot of studying On tOIlevkind of a tariff that I believe in easymudmh easier than it is to help this fellow 1along and that fellow along If Congress would go at it Congress could revise the tariff logically without any special fuss and feathi ers and without much trouble The present tariff is only the old Ding Ifty tariff with a few misty buttons The foregoing is definite and easy to understand Upon a platform constructed therefrom GOT Harmon should sweep the country The Kentucky Irish American extends to time bereavey family Its deepestsympatiuover the death o Edward Ncuhaus for nearly forty years editor of the Glaubensbot- Mr Kcuhaus was an able writer i devout Christian and always stoa for what he believed to be the publics weal Mr Neuhaus was an unceasing orker for any cause ho consid Bred just Assiduity to what h believed his duty brought about his hre FOroDNGIHave you ever noticed how in Icicle is formed If you have you noticed how it frozo one drop at aI time until it was a foot or more long Jf the water was clear the sparkleddlmostI 3 the sun but if the water was I slightly muddy the icicle lookedI spoiledJustone little thought or action at a pureandrlghtthesoulwlll l l sparkle with happiness but if im deformityrmlngfortg i UNITKD STATES LEADS 1 Accprdin Jotlieellatest availablei estimates of Btatistietens the we lth of the United States nglac and Prance Is as foliowsr Unitedl States ftiwopooodooo r 0ref Britain M000 00000 France 5 500000000 The population of seat of tbM States197000000Great 38Mlffl J a Z oV II GOOD ADVICE Lads let me tell you brief as maybe What a good friend used to say to mc- When you start in life take a pur pose true Strong and steadfast along with you 6cOne that the best of your efforts may claim Nor be content with a paltry aim And when youve found one thatworth your while Stick to 1t lad whatever beguile Stick to it in the face of foes You will certainly find to jeer and oppose For it your purpose is what tt should be You will hove to fight for your vie ttot wordhewere And so if you try his advice will you Take for your pose one that will1 bears The test of a lifers endeavor and1 wear- e No matter what showier aims may allure Then work for itpray for it keep it pure R69696SC96969696SS969696S SOCIETY K K969SSC96S69S9SSS9SS69SSSS Miss Alma Cronan accompanied Mrs D Griffin to Frankfort for a visit of several weeks eMrs Pat Ryan and daughter Miss Mary of Russellville visited Louis villo friends this week Parkeland spent last week in Newporti Covington and Cincinnati Mrs Ed D Shinnlck has returned anIIenjoyable lives nMrs Matthew Brennan and Miss Margaret Brennan are at French Lick Springs for a stay of several1I weeks 1Miss Nellie Murphy of Nashville guesYt weeks Misses Anna and Blanche Tobin of Frankfort have returned home after a short visit with friends in citycMills Nell Roach of Frankfort arrived last week to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles McGee at- Parkview Mr and Mrs Harry Appling are rejoicing over the arrival of a new boy at their home 3009 West Chest nut street Misses Annetta and Louisa Ink I man spent last week with their aunt Mrs W B Middleton iin Shelby county 4 Mr and Mrs J L Newman returned to Frankfort after a brier visit to Mrs A G Conway of 323 West Broadway Mr and Mrs J C McLoughlin 1wllo have been visiting Mrs Mooney in this city have returned to their home in Knoxville Misses Edith Malone and Mattic Nones who have been on a trip toI wl11rreturn + hame next week Mr and Mrs John Gorman of South Louisville have been enter taming Mr Gormans brother Mrs M Gorman of Paris Tenn 1 I Mrs W M Sullivan of Force ave nue was last week called to the i home of her mother Mrs Davis of Dupont 111 who is seriously ill The marriage of Miss Lnla Schreiber and William Comstock will take place on April 20 at St Cecilias when the Rev Father Brady will perform the nuptial cere mony Robert Coleman who spent ft Easter Vacation here with Ids par ents Mr and Mrs John Coleman lest the first of the week for Con necticut whereshe is attending school Mrs Arthur R Smith of 310 East Fourteenth street New Albany lie returned from Lexington where sh attended the wedding of her cousin Jefferf grande rienandtOBriending the month of March in New Or leans and Pass Christian The many friends of Miss Nonni- e May Lally daughter of P J Lally who has been seriously ill for three weeks will be pleased to learn that she is convalescing and will soon be able to resume her studies at Cedar Grove Miss Emily McAtccr arrived Some last Friday after an extended vUlt to relatives in Texas and Oklahoma Her mother 3Jrll10hn McAteer who wan with her remained at Ada Okla for a longer visit with 11I and Mrs James Winteramith John S Lantz and bride who was Mlsa Anastasia Giltnane have re turned from Evansville where they visited the grooms parents and are at home to their friends at 424 North Twentysixth street Their marriage was solemnized withanuptial mass at Bt Cecilias church Rev Father Brady being the celebrant IJANGUAGEIOVE1IBNT The Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language has just is Iled its report for 1909 which con 1 bothdare supplied rektiBjf tovthe Irish language at the present time With reference to Irish in the national ftchooli it ppMrlJthattJacfllan- guage it taught in 1M1 kand that the National Board made payment in Nipeet to Irish for 4S4i pupils k as compared w th 39007 in 190S The report mentions that there are still many drawbacks to the progress of Irish in nationalI schools one of which is that teach era are not allowed to present t pupils ion fees earlier than the Third standard An effort is to be made to allow the present children for examination in Irish in the Firsts and Second standards and to have professors of Irish appointed in all the training colleges AfTERDINNER TRICKS A stunt which is new and amus never fails to make fun dsL trek jn balancing Have the one who tries the thing measure exactly three times the length bf his own foot out from the wall of the room then stand with heels together facing the wall then stoop forward until the top of his head touches the walls Then place a light stool or tabouret about twenty inches in height between him and the wall The trick is to hold the tabouret off the floo 1And at the same time lift the headII from the wall A woman generally succeeds in doing this with compare tine ease but for some reason tIlei trick is not so easy for a man Sask oi a woman to do it first then it is very funny to see the man fall POLICE ATTEND VESPERS Members of tile police force itIi Brooklyn and Queens attendsII vespers in large numbers on Easter Sunday afternoon at St Michaels cHurch in Brooklyn The Rev William T McGulrl rector of the church and chaplain in the Police department was the officiating priest and Rev Thomas J Baxter D D and Rev James Smyth were deacon and subdencon respectively The Rev John 2l Woods rector oft the Church of the Holy Cross i- Flatbush n spoke eloquently in his sermon on the integrity of the police NEAR CENTURY MARK Gerhardt Hinkobeln who eightyseven years of age and hast been a resident of New Albany since 1848 celebrated his birthday anniversary last week surrounded by hi children and grandchildren andI 1many relatives During the first months of the year Mr HinkebeinI suffered from the grip but he isI nov well and despite his advancedI age again able to resume his active duties as a shoemaker FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours prayer one of the most impressive and beautifull devotions of the Catholic church will begin at the high mass tomor row morning at St Elizabeth church on Burnett avenue The services will be conducted by Rev Father Assent and will continuei until Tuesday Visiting clergy willl assist Father Assent and It is expected the devotions will be largely attended TRIPIAndrew Schuler and wife accom panied by Miss Maggie G her sailed Saturday from Boston on the steamer Romaine for an extended thefthrough England Scotland and Ire land Their itinerary also include the Passion Play at Oberammergau Rome Paduai Vienna Berlin Pari and Lourdes CUPID WAS BUSY The deputy that deals out mar riage licenses in the County Clerks office was busy on Wednesday marriagelicensesRegina Keating Michael Kraft and Martha E Zoeller August Sohn and Matilda Euler Frederick Baum and Lillian E Dierson and Douglas J Devinti and Maggie Dermody FATTIER MKBARNEY RETIRES Word was received hero on Tues day that the Rev Father J F McKearney had resigned as pastor of St Peters church at Stanley Daviess county and will go West i search of health Father McKearney has spent eleven years in Davies county and is ono fo the most Kenc tucky WHATS YOUR COUNTY I Send us your imme and the name of the county jii drelandIn which you were born The Kentucky Irish American will tell you something hillseand There are thirtytwo counties in Ireland and it is pro posed tp handle at least one county each week STATUE BLESSED D The handsome statue of St Anthony recently presented to St Johns church by Mr and Sirs John Wrocklago was blessed after vespers afternoonoFather Scbuhmann performed the ceremony and gave a brief instruc tion on the veneration of saints anti the devotion to St Anthony BENEFIT PERFORMANCE Branch 042 0 K of A will have Broachivny onlytenare equal to any in the city Crowd ed houses are assured for both evenings OOVINGTON Right Rev Bishop Macs confirmed a large class of children last Sunday morning at the Mother of God church At St Josephs church An other large class received yieir first holy communion HINTS FOR HBALTH Keep warm Eat regularly arid slowly alqtaJLrJlgularDodUyhahlblakeear or hotter still none at rail Keep out of debt Get plenty otiideejf at faighlL rolecompapyctable XeerclearIJdn J youdontMind Your own touiinci I 4 4f ru k PROMOTIONS Go by Merit and Not by Favor In These Days The editor of the Louisville Even ling Post made a strenuous kick this week on the ground that the present city administration was promoting police or rather making Captains and Lieutenants of untried police men Such is not the case The Night Chief the Captains Lieuten ants Sergeants mind even the Corporals are true and tried men None thus promoted are without experienceOn hand one remembers how rapidly Robert Jennings Foster graduated from U night watchman at Belknaps ton Captaincy and how rapidly Luchginger arose from ofrpolice Foster and Luchsinger were pets of the Louisville Post How ever they were not the only ones rapidly boosted high In Police and Fire department circles during the regimeThe Herald too Is Tysonispartment Its pages glow with deeds of his daring and achievements Nobody doubts that Major Tyson Isl a good fireman but things arc mov ing along without him Suppose Fil Tyson would die would the insur ance companies raise their rates FATAL MISTAKE Miss Mary Sass a respected lady of the East End diedat St Anthonys Hospital on Wednesday morning as the result of drinking carbolic acid through mistake Miss Sass resided at 720 Laurel street and had been suffering from pneumonia flhe was believed to be on the road to recovery when the fatal accident occurred Her funerals took place from St Martins church yesterday morning The deceased was fortytwo years old She js any vived by one sister Mrs Johns Schuler und two brothers Edward and John Sass Her untimely and unfortunate death is generally de plored PLEASANTLY SURPRISED Children grandchildren and friends of Jacob Hoertz the pop surpriseinMonday evening Mr Hoertz was very much surprised when the bunch of grotesquely attired merry makers burst in on him Whose birthday is this anyhow he inquired When it was explained that he had been ill on his birthday and that no celebration had been held he remarked Ohl Yuvc just transferred the feast Well go ahead Refreshments were served in abundance and all enjoyed a pleasant evening ATTACKED BY PARALYSIS Michael J Aherri for many years an efficient member of the Louisville police force sustained a stroke of paralysis on Tuesday and for sev eral hours death seemed imminent While he is now somewhat Improved he is by so means out of danger Unless another attack follows it is StsAnthonys Hospital will bring him around all right He is a brother of Pat and Jack Ahern The three brothers are prominent in Demo sickcraticman has the best wishes of a host of friends for his speedy recovery WELL WORTH READING Extension the monthly magazine of the Catholic Church Extension Society for May will contain an ex cellent and comprehensive article on Methodist Missionary Methods in Home It is from the pen of Richard M Vervega one who Is thoroughly conversant with the methods of the proselyting sect in the Eternal City Their scheme of andncaluminous as well as lacking in tine spirit of charity and Christianity Those who have seen the advance proofs declare the Extension article well worth reading TIP TOP BREAD Tip Top Bread has made a hit The first product was put on the mar ket last Saturday It caught the fancy of the retail grocers and consumers immediately and the demand increased every day after ward The plant at Seventeenth and Duncan Inns a capacity of 24000 loaves n day and already the de mand is equal to the supply It will be but n short time before Mr Whiteside will have to increase the capacity of his establishment CROWDED EVERY NIGHT The bazar for St Cecilias church that opened Mondayat Mackln Council club house has been well attended the building being crowded every night Macklns large hall is elaborately decorated and many handsome booths are In evidence Tomorrow the ladles of the Altar supperforbazar wjjl close Monday night when the award of prizes will bo made MAOKIN COUNCILI 3facktn Council Y M I will hold no meeting Monday night as the of leers and members are lending all their energies to the success of the bazar n w1n progress at the club house for the benefit of St Cecilias church After Monday active work for the opera Among the Stars will be resumed and arrangements will also be completed for the latin largelyIncrensethewembershlp I RUMOR OF PROMOTION Ifill rumored In railroad circles and time rumor bears all the can marks of authenticity that Col Alfred If Eenn for the past aevenfyears Superintendent of the Louis vine division of the IllinoisI Centrall railroad 3s to IMS made Generalh Superintendent the 100 system If the promotion comer iCWill be 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Council of which John Cody is Grand Knight will have a smoker for Its members on Monday night at Fleischers Hall Nearly 1000 places have been re served for the banquet that will follow the exemplification of the fourth degree at Chicago on April 24 Supreme Knight Flaherty will be one of the visitors in Indianapolis on Memorial day when the Fourth iegree will have Its big doings Archbishop OConnell will be the principal speaker at the annual of the Massachusetts StateCouncil which will be held In Uos ton on Patriots day April 19 Tomorrow the first second and third degrees will be conferred on a class of fifty or more at llatesville Ind andon Sunday May 15 a large class will be initiated at Columbus Intl- Indianapolis Council will break ground for its new home next month and hopes to have it completed by Novembers so that the maybe1 The Knights of Dayton Ohio are doing good work Tomorrow afternoon they will confer the first de gree on Monday the second and third with a banquet in the even rec2ItlonII climax the initiatory programme ACTIVE MINUS The active mind is never lonely it Is selfsufficient The student and the thinker revel in solitude however very few of us want solitude all the time We all need good friends the ties of family life and give and neighborButthat we turn matters over in our minds when we lay plans direct our work dwell upon the tenderness of those we love rind those who love us- A few moments of profitable restful solitude fifteen minutes with good music these ore moments spent in selfculture and education When you grow so interesting that you like to be by yourself you will Ie so interesting that everybody will want you to be with them SURE lIE UNDERSTOOD A son of Erin who had the misfortune to get mixed up in an acci lent was immediately conveyed to a hospital where it was found that Ills only injury was a slight wound The house surgeon carefully xam ned him after which he thus stated the case to the nurse As subcutaneous abrasion is not observable I think there is little reason to apprehend tegumental ilcatrization of the wound What do you think yoursel he asked Pat vith a smile Sure doctor replied Pat youre t wonderful thought reader You ook the very words out of my nouth I was just going to say that BATHS FOR COLD FEET Those who suffer from habitual sold feet should take an alternative lot and cold foot bath morning and evening Soak the feet in hot water at a temperature of about 108 degrees or 110 degrees for two or hree minutes then dip them in sold water for half a minute then lIck into the hot water for another two or three minutes and continue alternating five or six times finally Irying the feet from the sold water This will stimulate the circulation md produce a glow of warmth in he feet that will be maintained for tours afterward THE RARE GIFT OF COURTESY Courtesy includes not merely so Ial kindness graces of speech ab sence of rudeness but honorable refvtment of all business associates end of all the fellow citizens with vhom a man of affairs may have justness to transact It is not Imericanto keep one citizen waiting ill lay at the door because he is moor and to grant another citizen in interview because it is believed he is rich Wisdom is not confined n a purse and frequently much wis lom may be learned from a poor nan 5OTOIIEN WISDOM To preserve flowers put a little in the water The hands should be dipped in told voter before making pastry Milk will keep sweet longer in a shallow pan than in a pitcher- A basin of cold water placed in an oven will soon lower the temperature To polish glass use aquammoriid on loth or sponge and polish with soft paper A small quality of green sage placed in the pantry will drive away old ants Paper bags in which many articles come in from the grocer should be saved for use in blacking stoves You can slip the hand in one and handle thehandsdrop in stove II SUB ROSA At a dinner mentioned in the re centt book by Sir Squire and Lady lancroft entitled Recollections of Sixty Years Father Healy the witty Irish priest satnext toa pretty young English girl They tell me Father H alyske laid that you have no mistletoe in your country Ii that to say dear young lady he priest replied Now I think of It1be evetth true H Then what Oo the boys anti girls Jo atlCI1r18tJliatltkl1I1Ul11 ueatlbned the miechianotls ckl- il it klMtar you m aa Iuy lMtN asked FatberHEely with winkling eyh Sort tfctr do It trader tbaroseMs J S TodaP Y and next week Mens High Class Hand Tailored Suits 1500 I In this seasons new est patterns and styles and worth upward of 2000 That New Hat or those New Low Cuts or Pumps should ISCOI I I Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters j Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt I I FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET j HENRY flUNOLD DBAUtR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty foe PIIBe o 540 Wt WALNUT WINES LIQUORS CIGARSI VALS SALOONVAL LEf4Tn PEOP Hot Lunch every morning from 930II to 1230 oclock CSQ W GREEN FIT BUSY SESSION Division 3 A O H Disposed of Important Mattersii President Patrick T Sullivan presided over nh unusually well attended meeting of Division 3 A O I ir on Monday evening One candi date was proposed Invitations F o attend St Cecilias bazar the open meeting of Division lon May 3 and the euchre and dance of the Ladies Auxiliary were received John Dillon and Thomas Callahan who hind been Ill were reported fully re stored to health A new set of of ficers badges were received They are unique and handsome in de sign Kdward Mackey read a chapter In Irish history and then made In structive comments on the passage read He also promised that in the near future he would deliver an ad dress on Irish affairs as he found them in Washington D OP J Nelligsn who had been absent along time expressed his pleasure at bitIng present Officer William Lawler was also given a warm wel come after a prolonged absence Others who made addresses were John Smith Lawrence Mackey Mari tin Shoehan Thomas QuInn and Edward McDonald The Entertain meat iCpmroitUe jirovlde plenty of smokertoward v n volli oil mOb immersed too cJtiffcna OTrof me wben r f i OPEN SHOP Dooley Explains Its Work ing end Enlightens Hennessy What Is all this talk thats In the papers about the open shop i IlenneseyWhyknow said Mr Dooley Really Im surprised atyer ignerence Uinnessey What is th open shop Shure tis a shop where they kapc th door open t accommodate th consthant shtream of min cumin in t take jobs cheaper thin th min wluit has th Sup110se can citizens is wurktn in an open wanlargeAlong comes another freeborn sonofngun and he sez t the boss 1 think I could handle th job for ninety cints Shure SOl the boss and the wan dollar man gets the merry jlnglin can an goes out into the erool wUrld t exercise his in alienable rights as a freeborn Amerycan citizen and scab on soma otner poor dlviL An so it goes on Hinnlssey An who gets the buthcmoneythannil principle wid him He hates to see min robbed of their lade Inythlngil96nut said Mr Hennlssey thes open shop min ye ininshun say they are for th unions if properly conductedShure said Mr Dooley If properly conducted An there ve are An how Will they have maim conducted No shtrikes no rules anywagesITS ONE DRAWBACK Every advantage has its disad vantage said a Norwood man to our reporter Thus the other day my two little sons were playing cir cus To please them I joined them In the garden They were selling circus lemonade Here yarel Fine pink lemon glassTommy youngerbrothercan drink for a cent I sampled each merchants bev erage The penny lemonade seemed as good as the dearer sort In fact It seemed almost better I drank three glasses of It Then I said Why is you lemonade Harry cheaper than your brothers Its just as good IIOf course its just as good said Harry only the cat fell in Jt FOR WOMANS EYE Poplins are lucre again Never was mauves anti grays in greater demand For dressy occasions largo flat hunts predominate Mallnes of all shades will be used to veil hat crowns In straight bands as trimming shirring is effective Neckwear does not as yet show any startling changes Ostrich plumes are back with an unexpected prominence Collar and cuff sets are once more popular and are neat In shape Polka dots provide ornamentation for the plain lawn shirt waist The new blouses are generally collarless and short of sleeves For a soft chiffon dress shirring may be used on bodice and skirt Russian blouse suits of dull or old blues are most becoming to children Gulmpes are nqw chosen of materials of strange and beautiful effectsA little morning jacket is made of bands of lace and flowered ribbon t Many turbans are trimmed simply with huge bows of changeable ribbon at the back Challis comes in pretty patterns and makes dainty little frocks for small girls The dotted veils are enjoying a revival of favor the small dots are the smartest Crochet lace is decidedly smart this spring whether on gowns aprons or lingerie WORDS OF WISDOM He who has not mastered himself Is mastered by others quarrelTaKeSome controversies are like the unseemly wrangling of two blind spectaclesMany for do ing what he himself would have done in his place npJllrentisthe crystal the plainer the flaw ANCIENT LIBRARY The three hundredth anniversary JreatAmbroslanwas recently celebrated This celebrated library was founded by St ofMilan30000 volumes but today it contains 850000 BRAID HATS Braid hats especially black ones which look the worse for wear in pccessfullyt warmIronthe orfglnal shape and luster to the hat THIS DATES BACK theBlaekihiountaln rbwhosebapUallIMO V 0s Ilttt7lr urB beenhesrdfifteen F FRANK FBIR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers ILOTJISVHJTJB3 is OUR tSPECIALBREWIs everyone ACKERMANcBREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED ZifauIBVILLiD xcv FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED 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pricesCall Gnas fl ROQers 111 BOOK oo PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every t teGlve ns a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Basks Magazines and Bellglws Articles Or JIVBHX nxaoaIPTIorr 434 West Jefferson Street PRIVATE HOSPITAL FIH THE CARE OF INSANE ANI EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jefferson vllte prhaklleepitallor waleHatssable Per farther particalargl apply to MOTHER MARY REQINAn- BRCY HOSPITAL freers IeMsassael0e ayF BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotraPafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty 1 REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZt THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 Prank J Kachlor At oJ Arts KACHLER ARTS iOAFEfE Old Kentucky Dew Seven Years Old Bottled in Bond Quarts SlPinfeCOc Half Pinto 35a N L Cer Third and Green UulirlHi Ky HENRY AAIJJ1 1PULSP DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Appanl WORK GUARANTEED phone a6J3 528 Fifth Street MONON ROUTE BETWEEN to LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TOpFrench Lick and West Baden Spriiis UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO d total wd alineICeist VMW M r A1fWKMIIitII I IK3 NXUCKY TRY H AMERXCANIt THE BIG STORE SPECIAL SALE OF YOUNG MENS SUITS S1000aClassyAI Clothes sizes 14 to 19 Smart gingery and snappy new Spring Suits I ITHE BIG STORE I MILTON M MA11MLEST9NEc9 Pout West Between sad StII Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods It Is our purpose to advise withal along Intelligent linesthe course if real worth for to pursue In selecting a pianoone money you Invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal pianoteemtheof cash as first payment Our one Price policy must convince even the most doubt lug ul our superior service In treating one customer the same ls another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We Invite Inspctlons and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated O08OX3O OUR1H AVffi21TLTffi 9 New Blends At Mulloys 1 have just put on market ton W which are sure to prove populartry them 2 Ibs New Blend Coffee atSO- cl New Blend Tea at 64c- COFFBB lVIULLOY ROASTER ma w lIAHK J 1 R 7TRTCICT uuuu 8 r JJ H rIIf l J JJtrJ Ij FRESH EVER SUNRISE j x xr Ib Ix TIPTOP Yy Y- Oy 4 f BREAD y yb 1 H cf Y n SArJTHFi TIABkiLiS Js yOoxOYi OooooooxoOooYxoooox tMooooxoto 000 0 I lIti qp 220 iz fP OllIs diJ BICYCLES TIONALFlhest made4500 YTONIACoaster best c tires 3500 PARAGON M and W double tube or high grade single tire coaster brake 2500h UTOCRAT With coaster and high grade tires 2000 Ig Asssortment of Tires 424 Market the the numbers Official League 125 Ball blue and red stitch 85c Amateur League Baseball 5uits S4 value special 300 We have over 1000 Suits in stock ready for delivery ranging from 150 to 700 Boys Fourpiece Suit 75c SELLS AND SHIPS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS I AI1 the Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail Family Trade Through Mail Orders a Specialty 114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY CRACKEDAND L BUCKLED BaseballSpecial WILLIAM BORGMANN I NasYourNsw Plastering Cracker or suckled If you had used our Diamond Wall Plaster it would not have happened KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporated Both Phoae M8T First and River LoulivlIU Ky Alto operating HOMier Walt Flatter Plant Jeffersonville Ind it iPhone See AWNINGS AND TENTS A Urge stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any oneliere Orders by mall promptly attended toa Etimates cheerfully furnished K ntutkyTentandAwningC 0 IJ BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD fj g U ea I t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Put Week General News Notes J Large gains in membership are re ported from Virginia and Hibbing J Minn The Hibernians of Tacoma Wash have added 50 to the Irish Parlia mentary fund The division and auxiliary at Elk ton S D are both fast Increasing their membership St Paul will have its baseball league this year composed of at least six teams from as many divis ions The time is nearing for the County Board to outline its plans for the annual Fourth of July cele bration Memorial mass for deceased mem bers of the order will be celebrated this morning at the Cathedral in Philadelphia atemcmber the euchre and ball of Division 2 next Friday night and be there to see Con Ford dance the Black Bird The Ladles Auxiliary has accept ed on invitation to attend the Jfen meeting and social session of Divis ion Ion May 3 Wednesday night the Ladles Auxiliary elected another member and received five applications This work counts and means better times for the society Division 4 meets next Monday night at Bcrtrund Hall on Sixth street President Hennessy Will have several matters of importance to submit and therefore looks for a big attendance President Ford of Division 2 has no patience with those members who seldom attend meetings They owe their division this duty and its neglect is a violation of the prom ises made when admitted Members of the Ladies Auxiliary will rejoice to learn that Mrs David OConnell and Mrs Quinlan who hove been seriously ill for the past month are thought to be im proving and on the road to recovery The Ladles Auxiliary reception last Tuesday evening was a decided social success Both halls were thronged with men and women who hope that it will not be long until the ladies again entertain thei friendsTerre Haute bid which has five divisions of the Ancient Order ha organized a juvenile division with fifty boys ns members The Ladies Auxiliary has three divisions 1u first was founded In 1893 with 177 membersDivision 1 will leave nothing un done to make its open meeting and reception to the Ladies Auxiliary on May 3 the event of the season The officers hope that every Hibernian in Louisville New Albany and Jef fersonvllle will accept the invitation to be present Rev Timothy Dempsey of St Louis who lectured on The Men of the Road under the auspices of the Milwaukee Hibernians this week has as intimate a knowledge of the life character and habits of the genus hobensus or American trump ns any man not himself a victim of the wanderlust in the United States Isis knowledge has been gained in his tramps hotel in the Mound City- SOCIETIES OF CATHOLICS It is safe to say that there are over a million Catholic men in this country organized in Catholic fraternal societies The Knights of Columbus the Ancient Order ot Hibernians and the Catholic Order of Foresters total according to official rosters some 050000 members The Catholic Mutual Benevolent Associa thou with 60000 members the Cath olic Benevolent Legion 20000 the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union 15000 and a number of other smaller and more local insurance orders will bring the number up to 800000 Ger man Catholic fraternal organizations easily total 200000 members There are also some numerically strong Polish fraternal societies to say organlzntlons part of the Catholic world is tthere anything equalling this phase of Catholic organization COfX XELS WI Ali SPOT The fans are all on tiptoe for the opening of the American Association race which begins next Wednesday withour Colonels opening nt Columbus the Senators now being under the management of Bill Friel who predicts bright things for his team this season The Columbus Infield looks to be a corker but at that would not have anything on Louisville if Owner Grayson roan aged to dig up a big league second baseman before opening day and it this is done the minds of the loyal rooters would be relieved a whole lot as there is no doubt that a guardian for the second base is badly needed If one is secured quickly the fans will begin to breathe easier and have confidence in the strength of the team MISSION BY DOMINICANS TIAt the 1030 oclock mass nt St I Louis Bertrands church tomorrow morning a two weeks mission will begin The first week will be for I women and the second for men The various exercises will be conducted J by the Rev Father J R aieagher O P 6 T Land Rev Father J IT Healy O Ptwo renowned preachers of the Dominican order During the week there will bo masses with instruction at 5and8 oclock and J Ik the evening the Rosary sermon 1 and benediction at 730 oclock The j general public is invited j PAID OFFICIAL VI ITII Grand President Robert T Burke at the Y M I Kentucky juristic tion las returned from an official vlislt to Phil Sheridan Council at Bellevue rvhcr4 le Waf present at the initiation ofa class of eight Among the neophytes iwas dardII Cassidy a lion ef Hohv J p I Cassia anti ihipotthooTdo pT6eIr The Glee Club will entertain the council on the evening of April Mj I Grand dreaklent Bur a has also been f nvlted toy Tiiit tier Mttll at Car+ 3 SUCIETYDIRECTORYt0 I DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President=Wflllam Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan i 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatAHnSLouls Roller Sentinel =David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday tedIMens Hall First and Market- President C J Ford Vice Preslden tlamond Barrett Recording1 Secrotary YIllamT1 Meehan Financial Secretary Jnb J Keoney 1007 Dutnqsnll street- TreasurerrJoseph Lynch SergeantatArma David M Mur pny Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 8 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J StevensFinancial Secretary John G lies slon 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon Scrgeantat1rms4ames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vipe PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 816 Cawthom Assistant Financial SecretaryD- J R llly- Recording Secretary John J WlnnrrensurerlIarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag han Outside Sentinel Michael McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII1LE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall GolerVice PresldcntJ B Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc lrdysFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyeInside Sentinel J Flaherty Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club TwentysixthPresident KenneyFirst J A Casper Second Vice President Sherley Junlff Recording Secretary Robert Os jorne Corresponding SecretaryWilliam A Link Financial becretaryFrank 0 Adams Treasurer Dan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside Sentinel A C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart rollton where new club rooms have been secured SUCCUMBS AFTER OPERATION Mrs Lizetta Spahn a venerable widow of St Bonifaces died at St Josephs Infirmary on Wednesday afternoon Death followed a seri ous surgical operation The de ceased was seventythree years old and had spent the greater part of her life in St Bonifaces parish She Js survived by the following chit dren Fred Joseph William Charles SpahnMrsplacefrommorning Mrs Spahn was very act lye in church work until age overtook her and her death is mourned by many friends and relatives MOTION PICTURES The Casino Princess and Columbian will present next week a series of moving pictures that are entirely new and unsurpased by any ever seen here They will include views from various parts xf the world dramatic stories sand seriocomic pic tares that will delight the patrons of the three houses MAOAULEYS For the first half of next week Macauleys will present Olga Tether sole in her latest play The Writing on the Wall Supported by aIclever company Lillian Russell will follow Ull In the new comedy entitled First story adapted from the Germanand exceptionally well fltagedII HOlKINS TlffiATEI1I That the Hopkins Theater is meeting the desire for diversion with its excellent picture and illus trated song offerings is attested by steadily increasing attendance A programme that will be satisfactory to all tastes has been arranged for next week and Emiie Weber ns usual will fill in with catchy and popular Illustrated songs MASONIC EATER The RbberBlandon Company 1 which opens an Indefinite stock engagement 1 at the Masonic Theater i belnnln r Monday April 18 will i produce lime 13a lcee f comedy adapted irom the Preach as iJiadeablgsuCities but has never been seen in Louisville There will be matinees on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday IIRJIBZ g9VTcThe Portland baseball club is openllsiti fehmplpusfof the BluegrMift League i HarryLally 1 1 put tomorrow afternoon and admls i Won with q Yoe tfilI l 0 IRELAND Record of the Most Important et the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Kerry County Council at its last meeting coopted J E Julian onagbanhavedecldcd lighted by electricity The late Julius McConnell and John Pollock merchants of New townnrds County Down left estates valued at 10000 each General regret was felt throughout Wexford at the announcement of the death of Tobn Cooney R D C and merchant of Oulart At thd meeting of the Itoscommon Qounty Council John JeUonagtlo Boyle was uuahlmously elected Assistant County Surveyor Bishop Fogarty has consented to act as Chairman of the Site Com mittee appointed In connection with the proposed bridge over the Shannon at Castleconncll A cattle drive Is reported as hatI- ng taken place at Ballynorth near Askeatown County Limerick some 150 head of cattle being driven off the land on the OQrady estate Joseph McCabe a large farmer residing at Ballycogley County AYcx ford while plowing fell prone between the handles of the plow and expired before medical aid could be procuredMeetings of the farmers and com mcrcIal community have been held and every effort lit now being made to make the Borrlsokane fairs thor oughly representative of the County Tlpperary The body of a little boy named McNally belonging to 3fewtown stewart County Tyrone was discov ered in the River Mourne about four miles from the town He was miss ing for fifteen days Oillclmel Keenan who is 101 and his son Patrick aged seventyfive reside at present at Xewtownbutler County Fermanagh The elder Keenan is deaf but otherwise in possession of his faculties Death from injuries received through a tree which he was cutting down falling upon him was the vet diet returned at an inquest in Cavan into the cause of the death of Felix McCabe Postmaster at Ballyhaise The death took place rather sud denly of Thompson Taylor aged fiftysix one of the principal tact chants of Ennlsklllen He was a member of the Urban Council and had occupied the chair for three years Miss Maud McIIugh in religion Sister Maria Anna eldest daughter of Tobias McIIugh of Clotiberne County Galway fund niece of Rev M J MoHugh of Crossboyne County Mayo was recently pro teased The memorial erected by F J Biggari of Belfast over the grave of Rhody iMcCorley in Duneane churchyard has been knocked down and destroyed This is the second time the grave of the patriot has been so desecrated During blasting operations in a limekiln quarry near Thurles two men named John Larkin and Stephen Sniee were seriously in jured by an explosion Larkins hands were shattered and Bmees eyes were badly damaged The Mayo County Council has co opted the Rev P OFlaherty of Keelogues and John Waldron of Ballyhnunis on the Mayo Asylum Committee vacancies having been caused by the resignation of Rev Canon Crealy and the dcathofDarby Slnney rGOLDEN JUBILEE St Augustines German Catholic church in Cincinnati celebrated its golden jubilee lust Sunday wIth brilliant and impressive ceremonies Beginning with a high mass at 030 oclock a class of over one hundred children received holy communion At 10 oclock a procession of school children clad in their church re galia marched from the school building escorted by the uniformed Knights of SL John Pontifical high mass by Archbishop Henry Moeller opened the service and Rev Vincent host who is well known in Louis vale preached the jubilee sermon Rev Anthony Walburg has been the pastor for thirty years and has seen the parish grow front a small number to over 1000 families BUHIED OX SUNDAY The remains of Dr Charles L King who died last week at Hot Springs arrived in Louisville on Sat urday morning and were taken to the home of his mother Mrs Mary King 1121 West Jefferson street where they remained until the funeral which took place Sunday afternoon from St Patricks clmreh Dr King was only twentythree years old with every promise for a bright career in his profession and his untimely taking off is sincerely regretted by a wide circle of friends and relatives who feel the deepest sympathy for the bereaved mother and brothers and sisters ASSAUJJI ED BY NEGRO Thomas Ilannnn seventy years of age is in imminent danger of death as the result of wounds inflicted by Presley Bullitt a negro elevator at tendant at the Columbia building Mr XTannan was employed by the same company as a nightwatchman and for years had proven n faithful employe Tuesday night the negro became abusive and finally attacked Mr Hannan with a blunt Instrument It is feared his skull is fractured Mr Hannan is prominent in Hibernian circles His speedy recovery Is hoped for BLUEGRASS NUPFTALS Miss Katherine M OIfclU and John IL Morgan prominent young people of Lexington were quietly married at St Pauls church in that on Wednesday morning The Rev Father Martin Delaney offi elated The attendaiiis were Miss Margaret Ryan and Martin ONcllli brother of the bride Mrs Morgan is the charming daughtttof the late Martin OiNelll and the Oar tousle groonf Is bead hook kesper n this bffie of the Jllmeriaorf sleek farm j o un O OO +ototo + x HMtotXHH gk s PEOPLES BANKX f toFOR OF THE THE pEO PLE J ft BY THE is Capital Stock 100OOOQO PAR VALUE 1000 PER SHARE Y fo be sold at 1100 per share to create a surplusahd coyer all expenses of tX organization A CHARTERED UNDER THE GENERAL BANKING LAWS OF THE tOF KENTUCKY X AND LABOR ASSEMBLY tIISTATE BUSINESS WOULD BE A earners and worthy applicants on CHAT Y or Merchandise a security A f oftheJJ CLOTHING FURNITURE MERCHANDISE Etc X- JJ PROFITABLE INVESTMENTkJ An even number of shares in the PEOPLES BANK and PEOPLES STORAGE COMPANY are offered In small allotments to the Investor thus Ar keeping the control and the profits of both institutions in the same hands Statistics of other institutions operating on the same lines in other cities y show that they have never missed a dividend to their stockholders It is X safe to say therefore that the PEOPLES BANK with the LOAN AND To SAVINGS features combined would pay handsome returns on the money Invested X WRITEJt a I PEOPLES INVESTMENT COT 1 INCORPORAlRDI gi 511rS12 LINCOLN BANK BUILDING LOUISVILLE KYt JJfi E M SWIFT Secretary Organization Committee 3 H X H MKHK H OooOoo yo BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY I IITIS ALWAYS PURE IIJ McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kv rs C r Zr rd d rCrnTCr TCr O Ir wv f 3 r TL Z T For the FILTERED WATER LOUISVILLE SOAP COS NAPTHOLE1NE sawpAD8 IN LOISIBVILLS M J BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Pns Mgr Vlci Prts Trias SicnUry Kentucky Vitrifto Erik Ca INCORPORATED lcanL1iDotL1rerNof VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR SfP ETS AND ROADWAYS Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th and KM TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 12S2 GEHER Q SON 215 MARKET STREET sUGI TILE curEaRATED NORTH STAR REFRIGERATORS The Refrigerator with Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered RangeTho EQUAL It in the estimation of the f FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET af25 SECOND STKEEOV J f SULLIVAN Manager S ADQITARTBRp FOR iDressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Seasom SprhtlLbtltjr We alpcarry early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market prodKct- sLtUISTILLE TACKING COMPANYS MEATS 8NLT lint Phonss 2IHf n WEST Only Cprk desir ranks high onhllc DRJ T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and H rse SlaoeaForie SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL MORSE SHOEING v u HarflMCilM Far exd Delivered t OPfIIceAfc STRici nI 0 0