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F 9- mT Ihr T T TTTTT4 to 22- E I t 0- I fff KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN f VOLUME XXVINO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS ALL READY BIg Bazar nt Armory Will Open Wednesday Next at NoonN Committees Working In Perfect Accord nnd Assured of Success S First Regiment Offers Services and t Days Allotted to the Children s t GREAT CHARITY ENTERPRISEs I The big bazar for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will open at noon next Wednesday and will continue until Saturday night The First Regiment Armory Is to be used for the bazar and It is believed that the capacity of that building will be taxed every evening Everything Is in readiness for theII opening Each committee is ready for work The day and the hourtIs all that is now necessary J The coming bazar will mark an epoch in the Catholic history ofBLouisville because from every stand point it promises to be the greatest work of charity ever undertaken by Catholics in the Falls cities Every committee is working in perfect actcord with the general management under the direction of Col John II Whallen NonCatholics have been particularly clever In making dona tlons and offering their services In aid of the cause Major Kcrrick has offered the services of the members of the First Regiment and the offer I has been accepted with thanks The ladles committees are as follows Novelty BoothMrs James P hFrankMcDonough James E Fahey Misses Lucy Higgins Mollie Curran Lizzie Smith Rose 0Devittman Mary Mullaney Louise ForetlMary Forst LLinenmeyer Chairman Mesdames 15 1dJanslng E J OBrien Edward OConnor Taylor Mamie Frankie Aud M Miller Score D Price W Cathorne G lloertz Misses Stella OConnor Katie Smith Wilhelmina Waller Mario OBrien Allle Mc Laughlin G Egan N Smith MII Ross B Cross R Gait Margaret Malone Lee McCloskyLDoll s Rldrdan Chairman Mesdames Z Underwood Thos Keenan T A Murray W Meethan Dan Murphy John James Terrell Misses Mary Roach I Miriam Wathen Rose Conroy Mary Conroy Bertha Doerhoefer Katie Foley Katie Rlordan S Popham Nay Quigley Margaret Campbell Mary Zuerner Agnes Carney Mamie Reid Mary Butler Candy BoothMiss Dora Barrett Chairman Mesdames Sandage J T Riley 1 C Quinn Misses M Wallace l Hannah Nagle Florence Bar rett Ella Gerst Mario Reiling Mary Tracy Regina Mackin Country StoreMrs Harry feeder Chairman Mesdanies Daniel Dougherty Frank Reeder John Gorman Kimberger J B Cunrmins M Schuck A J Richard S J Me Elliott O H Kibby Joe Bywater Misses Katie Fallahy Katie Glenn Sallie Scally Rose Smith Mary Doody Anna May Fallahay Annie Exley Josle Elpser Gladys Fusco Ida Shuckman May Barry Margaret Desmond Nelly Kelly I Refreshment BoothMiss A Hen neberger Chairman Mesdames J Bowling P S Ganz Miller Quigley Drake Edward Holloran Fitzgerald Spahn Rommel Misses Emma Fisher Irene Curran Rose Cav- anaugh Katie Broderick Florence Herberth Mary Connaughton Dining Room CommItteeMrs William Callahan Chairman Mes dames Peter Graf Nadorf Theresa Hick Geisert Annie Miller Warner Schmitt Scharfenberger Stone Andy Kast Torpy Will OConnor Wagner Dufflcy Schpnnomann Charles Smith Netherland Jacob Hoertz Al Smith L Cofer Guillen and sisters Scanlon Hurle Koathelmer J C Reilly James Smith Ferris Dalton Georg Hol Jand Pearl Borders Edward Dono hue J Meehan Neff Cunningham Kilkenny Herberth Louisa Meyers William Isrlel Scanlan Misses Clara Schlllmlller Brennan Lizzie Zook Foley Annie Casey Annie Moran Irlne Copp Laura DqCoursey Margaret Ratterman Agnes Mc Donough Agnes Coady Cunning ham Bridget Flynn Katie Driscoll Blanche Herberth Katie Yochum Rose Finn Rena Weisenberg HellenI Brennan Kate Exeler Hattie WagI ner Margaret Gibbons Annie Gib bons Josephine Welsh Agnes Clark I Rosa Malloy Nellie Mitchell Flor enco Brennan Katie Flahlff Lizzie Strassel Mary Ellen Gorman Mary j Downs Mollle Malloy Ruth Bronger In order to avoid congestion tin following dates for school children have been arranged Wednesday children east of Preston street Thursday children between Presfon street and Fourteenth Friday chil dren west of Fourteenth Saturday all children PNKUMONIA PROVES FATAL 3 George Nola a prominent Elk I a landing plumber and a Member o fIJ an old Jrjfk CUt lleiDUlnl LoutSTlUe dMtlatUefaUy ree n h1i i Jdence 1135 South First street on Wednesday evening He had been illl only five days and suffered from wasIborn In Louisville fortyeight years ago and was the son of Mr and Mrs Michael Nolan Besides his parents he is survived by the fol llowing brothers and sisters William J Nolan of the firm of Humler olan James and Frank Nolan with whom he was associated In business Robert and Dally Nolan of New York and Mrs Walter Hyde and Miss Mamie Nolan The funeral tookt place from St Mary Magdalen church on Friday morning INITIATIONI Big Class Gives Mackins Men Field For Action Hon Samuel L Robertson pre ided over a well attended meeting of Mackln Council last Monday evening Of course the main theme of discussion during the evening was the Initiation that Is to take place toomorrowwere received bringing the class UlIto an aggregate of sixtyone Aniong the candidates is the Rev Father Philip Brady recently from Ireland and a young priest of great zeal and e nergyfThe Opera Committee reported that rehearsals for the annual entertainment were in progress The Federation Committee made an elaborate report and the Library aoardnew magazines had been secured for the library Eugene Cooney of T trinitymembers on Church Extension anti he Chapel CariThe Initiation tomorrow afternoon will be held at the club house and will begin promptly at 2 oclock The degrees will be exemplified by the State degree team directed by Supreme Vice President Robert T 13 urkeaIn the eevnlng at 7 oclock the old and new members of the council I will assemble at the Louisville Hotel for a banquet An elegant menu as been arranged Dr A R BIzot will be the toastmasterwThe Invocation will be delivered by the Rev Seraphim Schlang M C The toasts and those whoI will respond to them are as fol l vowsRobertson Home Irvlngton Earl Youngsters Thomas D finesR thevI You Progressive Supreme Vice 11lNewJ T whepromised to deliver an address Iran r raemergency does not arise Ar have been made with I- ouisville Railway Company to have pars at the club house at C30 fheI One yery important part of tomorrows celebration is that Macklns members will approach1 holy communion in a body at the G30 oclock mass at St Cecilias church LABORS RIGHTS Defended by Judge of the United States CircuitaCourt Judge Francis E Baker of the United States Circuit Court delivered an address before the Chicago Bar Association last Saturday that iIs well worthy of study He had a message not only for the members of the bar but for employers and1 employes Judge Bakers address was delivered at a banquet given in honor of Judge Julian Mack who was recently appointed appointed Associate Justice of the Commerce Court Judge Baker discussed the rights of capital and labor and said iIn part Without the aid of statute the courts have long since become agreed that workmen have the lawful right to organize for the purpose of secur- Ing i improvement In the terms and conditions of labor and to quit work and to threaten to quit workas means of compelling or attempting to compel employers to accede to their demands The capitalist asI serts his right to an unobstructed access to the labor market so as to himIselfI I ponents The workmen assert their right to an unobstructed access to the labor market so as to keep oth ers out of their places The sympathetic strike like the spite fence must be suffered by the employer j without complaint Therefore per suasion and picketing in order to learn who the new employes are to whom 0Jastulcontrary are wrong I believe One set ot rules should govern the actions of both contestants If the sympathetic strike is a foul blow the sympathetic lockout Is equally foul1 If the boycott is held to be an at tack in the rear under tim clrcum stances a blacklist Is an attack in the rear 1 t MERITED PROMOTION jj f yearsSuperintendent 10dlvsjonroad has been made Superintendent of that companys Southern lines ItIsalld whllebfl frfciidp are sorry to lose MOl they are proud that he hiIs earned a better bertH He will 1 be tteceedfd here by L H VeOabe I f o BIGOTRY I lIu the South Is Not Confined to Any One State Says Priesta- rroWmLHlCdN People Itcspoiir- slble Fortte Shameful Conditions Why Mother Church Grows More Rapidly in the North WATSON AND HIS MAGAZINE That Hon Ben Johnson of Nil son county Kentucky Is not the nly man in the South to be ostracised on account of his Cathol- Icism I is evident from the fact that the International Catholic Truth So ciety has Just Issued a little pamphlet l from Its press In Now York onta similar subject Tho pamphlet Is rom the pen of the Rev Father Lucian Johnston a Southerner as well as a Catholic priest His work- si entitled The Shame of It The author deals with the entire South s Hon Ben Johnson deals with Kentucky Except in unity of thoughts there Is no particular connection be weon the complaints of Father Johnston and Ben Johnson Father Johnstons little pamphle- tsi a direct appeal to the good sense and common decency of the people of the Southern race who profess Protestantism The immediate purpose 1 is to call their attention to the vile publication of Watsons Jefferasonlan Magazine published monthly t Thomson Ga Month after month this magazine has been pouring outSgallons of vitriolic poison immoral suggestions and wornout calumnies against the Catholic church and its members In a strong and stirring ay Father Johnston appeals to their decency to suppress such vileimethods of indecency Without mincing his words he expresses the ery plain fact that silence on the part of the ministry gives consent to It all He but asks that they fight air and seriously points out to theme Inevitable conclusion of it all that judging by the experience of lpast centuries the effect Of such per eecutlonandimalce Jin the longr run ill be as detrimental to Protestant- Ism i and their common Christianity s to the struggling Catholic cornhmunity in their midsttThe appeal can not to awaken the conscience of the Southern people coming as It does rom a Southern priest the son of ichard Malcolm Johnston a real benefactor of the South The days of Northern bigotry are past This pamphlet should prove effective inlclearing the air of Intolerance n the South The Shame of It Is appealing to the higher principles of the Protestants of the South In accepting and tolerating the malicious bigotryiof Thomas Watson of who know little about the Catholic church sometimes express Surprise t its rapid growth in the northern part of the United States ari3 Us slow progress In the Southern States Catholic truth has had its llong struggles in the North Bigotry IlegIslation weight against the Catholic church iIn eVery Northern State within the llast century and many an Injustice and horror resulted But the strength of the faith and the magnificent power of endurance on the part of Catholics have almost completely rid the air of the poisonous gases of bigotry and religious Intolerance The peace and harmony of the church In the North Is a crown and a reward won on many a bitter field thebattlechurcheshaveI production of religious bigotry The ii winningthoWell as the most illiterate has had to unfavorableconditionswith Not because of Its depths of learning or because of Its illiteracy or lack of refinement but because nowhere has iIt met with such unscrupulous opposition Bigotry most rampant Intolerance and ab havebeenA century of abuse and misrepre hasjustof the ministry of the Protestant churches apparently sincere In theirI own beliefs havp constantly In speech and In writing thrown aside all the rules of decency and truth whenever they referred to the Cath ItIsI JtldsThea most virgin soul of the interior of North Carolina or Georgia will be confronted by the commonest type lof ignorant farmer with the words Tnaeed Mr Priest I know all TYears0 thedevilthflSouthS teldpJ XAVHRIAN rnpyiNCIAT HBRK 1The Her Brother Jtwore Pro iJ 0 i vincial of thl Xaverlnns spent several days In the llatter part of last week guest of the local iInstitutions hele dby his order S1 Xavier and St Lawrence Institute er Isidore received his early In Louisville andSlaterl joined thl Xaverlans a number of year lie was head of the college here tfpiff he is at the head of his order I Ithe United States Many business ntl professional men iIn this city owe l inelr early training to Brother Islde He returned toABaltimore early hls week NONOfalOLieS Attend Lectures Given by tSuttonatRRocJ1ort A friend writes to Inform the readers of thi MKentucky Irish American that ti successful mission to nonCatholics at Rockport Ind was brought to it close last Sunday I afternoon The ectures were all given at the Ro kport Court House And the speaker was the Rev Father Xavier Sutton G P of Louisville Father Sutton Bid not deal in flowery eloquent e but made his every statement jo clear and simple hat the most ig lorant could not be mistaken In his meaning The first of tle series of lectures was given at 2 pO oclock on the afternoon of Sunday February 5 Father Sutton was presented to the crowd by Louis N Savage a lawyer and a nonCatJiollc Mr Savage a good Spirit and a broad mind and his remarks were well chosen JThe crowd Injfthe Court House was an eyeopener for some of the Catholics who had looked on the work with disfavor and prophesied a frost but Instead It met with the warmest welcome After the lecture many books were distributed tonsiseemed to be Iriithe best of humor and some parties went up to Father utton to tell him how pleased they were and their desire to hear more about the church The crowd Increased In size as the lectures con t frinuedKentucky crossing the Ohio riversiIn skiffs Many came from the country and surrounding towns while some came twelve and sixteen I miles to hear them It was an Interesting sight to look at the crowd gathered In the ourt House There were rill classes Lot people young and old mothers vylth young babies old men hardlyljabjeiftoI walk and tlj1LyoJg Q l9l uict4Uf 1t-vl or had o NfSutton came wearing his religious abit there was a strange look in ohejiIl and nudged their neighbors some llooked scared and some with wldeI open eyes stared In wonder They bTheI there with their wives wereII Every night Father Sutton had a llarge number of questions to answer They were not of a very dif flcult nature but plain simple dlfI flculties that nonCatholics have In regard to the Catholic church The llecture on hell produced a profound iimpression at times during it asI one of the priests present remarked I the people were afraid even to word1Arterlister remarked That was a goodI Methodist sermon Another one said Its a pity we do not have I more sermons like thatII Every night I musical programme I taking part as well nonCatholicsI I One good effect of the I is clearly visible to everyone is theI effect on the Catholics They were of a quiet unobtrusive class satis fied to go to church and hear mass and receive the sacraments butt withI little zeal for those outside the fold Now they are all filled with life andI enthusiasm each one young andI old vicing with one another to make I things pleasant for the nonCatholics I I and toshow they are Catholics ThisII alone Is a great good for a Some one maY ask Have parishII verts been made Yes and more are coming In Gods good time HIGH HONORS In Store for Dr Maurice P Egran in the Near Future Dr Maurice Francis Egan Minis I ter to Denmark will sail from Copenhagen for the United States next Thursday Ho is coming to this country to deliver a course of lectures at the University of Notre HopkinsUniversity brace certain phases of literary criticism in which he Is an author ityOn his arrival in the United States final arrangements will b0 made for cdnferring on him the Laetare medal which Notre Dame awarded him last year The presentation I of the medal will probably take place In Washlngton D C and will be made the occasion ot a brilliant Junction Dr Egan Iis one of the most effiI dent members of the diplomatic corps o the United States and his praisefroinPresident Taft For many years he was engaged Jn Catholic newspaper work and WM later Professor oft lIft11111 Lifer4tura at the University LiiUntrt1 t- C I rJ I RQUIMs I Over Remains oTArch Bishop Ryan Drew Crowds 3rchblahopand Other Dignitaries Were PresesitT Cardinal Gibbons Gave Final Absolution at the Service MOURNED BY ALL CLASSES IThe funeral services over the remains of Archbishop Patrick John Ryan were held In the Cathedral at Philadelphia on Thursday morning Probably never In the history of Philadelphia was there such a gathering of church dignitaries The solemn mass of requiem was cele brated by the Right Rev Bishop Prendergast Auxiliary to the late Archbishop HIS Eminence Cardinal Gibbons gave the final absolution The sermon was preached by the Most Rev John J Glennon Archbishop of St Louis theII Archbishop Ryan died about 4 oclock on Saturday afternoon He seemed conscious to the end When those assembled around his bedside began the prayers for the dying heII murmured God bless you A seconds before he passed away the dying prelate whispered With I God His death was announced to the people of Philadelphia by the lling of the Cathedral bell A j c CableI to Pope Pius X and telegrams to- lla members of the hierarchy In the United States The funeral services were deferred until Thursday to allow Archbishops and BIshOPSr om distant parts of the United- tatesS to attend Pope Plus sent a- pecial message of condolence to the clergy and people of the arch dioceseThe I remains were brought Into onlandaltar While the remains lay in state hundreds of thousands of peo takewirWairtPioWight and day there was a guard of honor beside the coffin Thesehguards were chosen from members f the St Vincent do Paul Society Knights of Columbus Ancient Order of Hibernians Knights of St JohnSand other societies of Catholics encouragedbyAfter the requiem services the coffin containing the remains was entombed behind the main altar of the Cathedral and beside those of Bishops Egan and Conwell and Archbishop Wood All of the Archbishops and Bishops In the United States who were able to travel attended the funeral service Besides andIsanctuaryArchbishop tmartyrtogiving day until Christmas he was ofheartheIlnslstedi hadbeen sufIIRyan attended the memorial services on January 8 for the thirteen fire conflagrationII am going to keep It Besides I want to go He went to the serv i muchforverytilli againAmongSt Paul I wish to be dissolved ChristI stood high with men classes President Taft and werehisI terms of friendship with men of all religions and more than one Hebrew rabbi was proud of the Archbishops I acquaintance There is not a manor any religion who knew Archbishop wfththeCatholicsI peace and may perpetual light shine upon him KNIGHTS ARE ACTIVE litColumbusr erectionstatelycityL willIbe1 i council purchased a site in a central I hasbeenl bondshasforthorIII It Is morebondstree of debt within a yeasl j I I FUNERAL OF OWEN MDIUDE The funeral ot Owen McBride a agenttookmorningMr3 Stinilayoa notunexP6ctedII d 9ev ntyone years ago but came to Awerlcai when quite a youth He learned the trade of cablnat making Ie I by bP 1mplary1 I servedIcent do Paul Society He is survived by his wife who was Miss Sallle Ferry and the following children John 0 William J Robert C McBride all of Louisville Miles C McBride of Washington Martin VarrieNellie Beatrice McBride of this ity Two brothers also survive hey are James McBride of Louisville and Martin McBride of Mad- Ison i Ind LOU MAYORS And Other Chief Officers Chosen In Irish Towns Early In the present month the MayorsI i Dublin Alderman Farrell was elected Lord Mayor by a vote or flttyoneII to eleven for Alderman Healy Councillor McMordle was chosen again and unanhn o ufelected Lord Mayor of Cork by a vote of thirty t5 twentythree defeating Alderman OShea Mr Sim cox Is a member of the AllforIre e h thlectedteenth time and Mr Carey has been elected Mayor of Youghal for the e t LlectedRyan Waterford Councillor J Hackett Derry Alderman Ballan tine Kilkenny Alderman Cantwell J P Wexford Howard Rowe Drogheda Councillor John J Callan James Meehan Labor Sligo Alderman ODonnell J PIMayors of Dublin township are Kingstown R Potterton Pembroke Charles P ONeill Rath DalkeyRi LaurenceWickham I J IP Bray James Magee J P Chairmen of Urban County Councils thus far reported Include i For Connaught Balllna J Flan HastingsBoyleLarnilnlo Galway Martin McDon agh DeeganCarlow1In i9JQ011lortf Igford McG uln ShawNavanSHearn11 J OBrien I For MunsterBandon the Earl f Bandon Bantry M ODrlscoll uir J E Grubb Ennis P Cahlr I Fermoy J Sheehan Kllrush F JODoherty Klllarney E OSullivan i Macroom J OShea Queenstown R Hennessy Sklbbereen Charles Mc Carthy TIpperary D Kelly Tralee J M Slattery Thurles E ton OMeara Templemore J TI For Ulster Antrim R J IKirk Armagh Michael Short Belturbet P Reilly Carrlckfergus A Fennell Coleralne F W Crawford Ennlsh klllen G Whlley Larne C L Mackean LImavady Hugh Henry Newry H J McConvllle Omagh T Johnston Portrush Miss Hamilton Portadown W H Wright Warren point E Pedlow ENJOYABLEH Catholic Knights and La dies Entertained byrBranch 10 There was a sure enough big meeting of Branch 10 Catholic Knights and Ladles of America In the school hall of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton last evening The presence of MondayI I E Sheridan Supreme a magnate that attracted manysII President Joseph X Kesslck pre sided and Miss Mamie HannanI served as Secretary All of the other officers were present and two appli cations for membership were re Dep1lty pRomeI I of Branch 10 welcomed the visitors I in a mOst happy manner and as j sured them that their hosts were I grateful for the visit lIe also expressed the hope that Branch 10 would ontlnue the good work that it has done Father White said that the success of Branch 10 had been due to the careful seelction ofi its officers The speaker is a char ter member of the branch and has represented it at several Supreme conventionsMiss E Sheridan presided1 at the Installation of the new offi cers of Branch 10 and some of the officers of other branches Miss j Sheridan also complimented Branch 10 on the splendid attendance and said it was the best she had wit nessed since her appointment as State Deputy She also briefly re viewed the history of Use orde Among those who addressed the I JlssesKatie I Mrs Andrew Kast Mrs Matt CurI ntffe and Joi h X Kesslck At I the cfree qf the business session I there was a musket jprbgramrae and then refreshment All left the i 1bsl1 1 HUMMING AVlitr oi Parllamuentat4Mn cliinery Is Making Loud Nois- eetoof Lords Will Uo Debates in Commons Next Week Timotliy Hcaly Overstepped Himself in North SLouthi UNIONISTS ARE DISORGANIZED This Is the second week of the present session of Parliament and like the first It has been enlivened by debates on reciprocity and home rule for Ireland To make the situation still more interesting Premier lAsqulth announced in the House ofi Commons on Monday that he would j Introduce the Government veto meas re on the following Monday As vldence that the Government in itends to push that measure Hon John W Gulland the Scottish Liberal whip in a speech at Edin burgh on Monday afternoon said at ho was even then busy corn iling a list of men who would accept Peerages with the object of jpassing the veto bill in the House of ords In the event the Peers prove 3 calcitrant On the same day Hon Augustine Blrrell Chief Secretary for Ireland wIas asked in the House of Commons what measure of home rule for Ireland did the Government propose 1 Mr Blrrell replied The entire reconstruction of the Irish administra- tionI Vigorous Nationalist cheers jgreeted the reply of Mr Blrrell as 1 It was indicated to mean that Irish 1 legislation may be undertaken sooner than was expected The Tories are about to play ltheir last cards They are endeav orlng to enlist the support of WIlIuilam OBrien and his followers It is Ithe intention to offer an amendment Ito the home rule measure demand- IngI to know precisely what measure of home rule the Government proposes and complaining that the J Ministers have made such contradictory declarations that none kiiowp whaLhonjerjiic means Ik reality it Is an antihome ruse measure If OBrien and his seven fol lowers support the amendment It will Indicate their secession to Unionism and dependence on the Union party Last week the cable brought the announcement that the election im North Louth had been declared void and that Richard Hazleton a Nationalist had been unseated In favor chflieutenant y true In the recent election HearJ was defeated by moro than f HJ votes and so great was the fe ffagainst him that he was assau the polls In Dundalk Healy Itook a contest In the courts an l suppbypurpose was to deplete the Ins iIrtvolvlngInton thereupon withdrew his dI to the action and accepted an f court declaring the election eahy is now striving to hav North and South Louth constl disfranchised If he falls and I again for election he will bel l y more than 1000 votes Jthat lila position injT iIs seriously damaged and Intl moving to London to prac backjnUnionists comeOn the whole the tnlesadly disorganized Jose speech on religious persecution s i Premier Asqulths speech on r proclty tore curlmentachiangheirthe original Intention tcUntrpdurf1 the upper house a plan to rcoW whenii 4 Im house to graft on it their 1 ydecIded 1fr LOrdsYfpleaseemper The Union leaders arje h ing that something will turhinpfl disorganize the Liberals ptl diteefeati BAV BACK TO ROBIEjJe 1 The Right Rev Thomas R Atnericalegojn his Old home and frlonfis an sailedday thStarofKennedyqitenttioncdone of the dioceses in RECEIVED PASSIOXIS 0 Four rehabitredllastmen witnessed the Ir ulvoceremoitl who will later bec Passlpnist order are LoulvUle Walt yetofeorgetbw r- tIiPt o- C J KAi 44r i O f K TUCKYIRasi AlMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN leroted tethe Social and Moral Mfancemeawit oft Irish Anerkus and Cathellc- Ofiiclpfy indorsed by Ancient Order Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America CKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BiUrU at the LoalivlU PeitoHle a SceondClu rutttr AMMM aMCMHHlcaMMS U Ike KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 31921 West Dress St iOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 1911 JUST A LITTLE EAULYI It is too yet even speculate m the successor of Archbishop Ryanl t f Philadelphia but the speculators qt the dally press have picked out tithe Right Rev Monsignor Thomas IF Kennedy Rector of the American College In Rome and titular Ilsho of Adrlanapolls to fill the arch diocese of the Quaker City There is no doubt that Bishop Kennedy f eminently qualified to fill the cx alted position Besides he Is former Phlladelphlan and under stands the people Frequently the minds of those that rule the Vatican are at variance with the minds of those who would make Bishops t Archbishops and Cardinals I Bishop Kennedy came to the United States during the Christmas n holidays and spent a large part of his time In Philadelphia lie was a friend and protege of Archbishop Ryan During his regime as Hector I of the American College Blslto I Kennedy has been the Intermediary between Pope Plus X and the greater part of the English sptuklng countries He has acquitted himself1 well In every task he has undertaken There Is no question as this o fitness for the archeplscopacy I but there Is always doubt untilj Rome announces the appointment HOME RULE AT LAST iI The best news that has come t Irishmen since St Patrick brought them the light of faith was t announcement of Premier Asqulth I 11 Parliament on Wednesday that the I Government Intended to carry out aI policy of full selfgovernment f I Ireland He added Wo never forII one moment have retracted or receded from that position He maintained that the only satisfactory solution of the problem of the congestion of business In the House Commons was the creation of an Irish jarllaT5ent wlth an i IrishII executive responsible thereto I dealing with purely Irish affairs I cy1n while maintaining the suprema of tbo British Parliament unlrn paired J Hon John E Redmond followedI and welcomed the declaration of t Premier and said it would In his opinion mean the final settlement a vexed question Even the recreant William OBrien came to the fro I for the measure and promised the Kremler the hearty cooperation of i party Augustine Birrell Sec Lry for Ireland said Ireland I can do Justice to her own Js He promised that the Inments homo rule scheme be placed bofore the House of ons as soon as the Parliament d passed s Is Indeed glorious news for len at home and abroad i PLED UP PROPERLY I Is It so many people will- S I of an Irish paper or a I paper that they will not I ofa secular Journal Tho Ithe Boston Hibernian lii I dnatlng on this subject at and siABO 4 slain flue Of printed matter Wwipaper costs Its publisher iniethlng If It Is to benefit some iduaj that individual should pometnlng for it One wou go Into a grocery storo to as proprietor to hind out tenI ids of sugar for nothing even tough the gift may not be a tar Vie If tho beneficiary of advert s K desnot pay for Iit tho proprietor 1st shoulder the cost People do tm to Understand that a news- Q I ts expenses by renting full that It is Just as muchI I to collect rbnt for every I fat space Is occupied as a rd Is for the house fio ran Cant of other editors agree with IIt beetd em believeeditors eat an hieikToo many havo t I editor is a sort 6f being that lives on w ICS IN KENTUCKY rd Sblnnick the es f the Shelby RecordI scent issue Accord SB IE friend of ft shf those on peot win If heT e a tasto of the majority of Democrats I e in Louisville There are very few i who believe that Mr McCreary can win the nomination There are manyt who believe he was either directly are indirectly responsible for the war of religious bigotry waged against Col Bon Johnson Thor Pare few If any Democrats now who believe Mr McCreary could b elected Governor were he nominated- s Without doubt James McCreary iis tho weakest man In the race today 1Tho editors of the various papers throughout the State have corn mented on Mr Johnsons wlth naval Many of the comments have been of a complimentary nature The editor of the Louisville Evening Ios- B CatholicIthat they must trust to Protestants true Protestants If he dlJ not mean what he said in his issue of February 6 why does he not explai- hatw he did mean Ills latest policy lis to softsoap the Catholics one 11day and stab them trom behind the next WHAT WOULD HAPPEN Tho much touted Board of School Commissioners Is complaining bc cause there is lack of school room and has arranged a scheme to having morning and afternoon se sions but it has not provided ways and means to pay teachers and Janitorsj for the extra five hour- o i work entailed each day Suppose tthe Catholic parochial schools cola I leges and academies would close their doors The 15000 Catholic school children would have to be educated somewhere What void stifle Board of School Commlslonera do about It How would It meet the emergency JOHN LEAHVS CAS lmmigraofbaiters In ihe United States want a educational theft for the fojelfettef that come to ourshores Is It nec essary A few days ago there die d New York a man who had made more than 1000000 His name was John Leahy and he wits born in Ireland seventy years ago writhee 3but what he lacked In booklearning rho made up in native shrewdness and judgment of men His Ufo we wastI respected by millionaire and laborer He bequeathed a great part of his fortune to works of charity His life shows that an educational test- Is not necessary to good citizenship Hon Michael C Thornton Now Albanys Representative in the Indiana Legislature has done many things to commend him to the people since he began to serve as a solon but his bill to reduce tho penalty for burglary to from two to fourteen years will work only evil As the law stands now tho pubis ment for the crime is imprisonment from ten to twenty yers1t is none too severe The man who Js daring enough to commit burglary would have no hesitancy to commit murder PaducInah says knows the name of a man who committed a murder that ho has known it since last September divulgedld fkor apprehension of the murder Truly he is a splendid detective one blocgfI SACRED HEAiM CHURCH beginSacredand Broadway at thei10 oclock mass tomorrow and will close on tdckWalseverelocaliswhich alwalargely nSON MOURNS FOR FATHER Milton insdn sunhof n fatherEmanuelr seniorlrarblestone cltizeoLCincinnati n oftbeonI hisbereavementa CASINO ORPHEUM anrit atlnicture which lml hey lure all beta oeuortV aDd therefore urilbbe presented wltbottt single objectionable feature SOLEe i J C Fedler and wife have been recreaa tion at West Baden Springs J J McCloskey was among flea from this city spending the past week at West Baden Springs Mrs Walter G Smith of Lebanon Junction Is here to spend severalII i weeks visiting friends and relatives I I Mrs J W Gaffnoy of Covlngtonj j has been spending tho week witl Mrs George Holburn Third avenue I IMrs John F Chester Is visiting friends in St Louis She Is expected to arrive home next I IMartin McGee has had TuesdayS guests his father and mother Mr and Mrs Patrick McGee of New Haven I IMiss Anna Belle Lanaban enter tamed last week for her guests Neew I Albany and Miss Gertrude Adams of Fairfield II Miss Urna Murphy who Is at tending Nazareth Academy spent several days here this week with + her parents Mr and Mrs J C Murphy on Willow avenue I J The many friends of Mrs Mary sentI ously ill at her home Gill West St Catherine street will bo glad to learn that she is rapidly Improving Mrs Thomas W Tarpey and sis arrivendI I home Tuesday from a most delight I ful three weeks visit to Blooming ton 111 where they worn tho guestt of their brother Mr Phil Strain Joseph Hinder and bride who was Miss Mary Conway are spendI ing their honeymoon in Chicago andII the Northwest They will return1 March 1 when they will be at homo to their friends at 930 Charles street ratlas Nell Kehoc of New Albany Eaust Iij i Twelfth and Main streets Monday evening In honor of the Cresetta taho members were invited to a tempting luncheon Miss Ida Raidy and her uncle andII 1Vobtmeleftto tt festivitleds ntlis City tho visitors will be the cues of Charles Ulrich a brother of Mrs Pauline Raldy and an uncle ofr Miss Ida Raidy Of much Interest in society circles Is the announcement of tho en tliimo er datightrsd promlllIng ternity of this city The date for their marriage has not yet been sott Mrs Ben J Sand and her niece returnsHedI i went to visit Miss ONeills father JamesI ONeill Mr 0Nolll was employed on a steamboat when a rope thatt andsanj his leg AtI last accounts ho was resting as comfortably as possible under the circumstances CarrieZoelletyoung people of the western section Thursday atHolyceremony there was a reception at 7Greenwoodmatfriends gratulations The bride and groom are spending their honeymoon New Orleans where they will r celebration INFANTS DEATH MOURNED The expressforClaudia Blackwood the Infant PaulDlackwooel CuscadenSronWednesdaywas only four months old yet h wound the tendrils of her affection around the d anitmotherwasThe funeral took place from the GeorgoW 5ecodVISITOR FROM FRANCES The Right Rev John M Chouteau Abbot of the monastery of Bellefon tame France was In Louisville this Abbey TLFrenchTrappeYsng et accomplished his mission there he fewdaysAbObrechtGIVEN GOOD BERTH thQNewappointPostmasterr hislegfonofhim over his success Postmaster prlnteraIouszen and has the ability and wf prove a first dais official POPULAR CHORAL OL1dB- The Cool11n Choral Club Ila ra VheprodueUoDu The Inflate Ifa the compoaltlf n of W 1 IiIgaffetheI hla f and William Caroline Prof Cle iment A Stapleford is again the musical director and Tom Evans will direct tho stage management Althea will be ready for presenta tion about May 1- 01NSTALLATIUN Crowdtto St Mars Branch C Kof A I aIwell attended and very interesting Eighthhs near on evening The new officers wore Installed by Supreme Deputy Harry A Vceneman Sr assisted by Su promo Deputy John Schalda The welfare of the order was discussed by those present and delegates to tho Federation and Central Commlt tee were named by President Norton The officers Installed were President I William G Norton Vice President Louis F Steiner Record Ing Secretary J H Middendorf Financial Secretary Charles A hut Treasurer Henry Gottbrath Sen tlnel J B Hlrm Trustees John Slemermann J B Ratterman and Henry Wobben EXILE MIMlDE Dies Before His Greatest Ambition Is Quite Realized John J McBride famous the country over as Exile McBride died In Buffalo last week There were few Irishmen In America who did not know Exile McBride either personally or by reputation Ho was tho author of numerous proclama tions and father of the 60000 nam I I homo rule petition addressed to the British Government and signed by leading Americans i McBride participated in th I Fenian uprising in 18 J2 and had to flee from Ireland While attempting to make his way to the United States- I he was arrested and sent to Van I Dlemans land for life He escaped from prison there and finally landed In America in time to tako part 1in iI the Fenian Invasion of Canada Iin 1867 II I The Expo was considered ec centric but none doubted his ear i neatness in tho cause of his nativeI I land His one ambition was to see home rule for Ireland boforo he i I diedfI REIiATIVES HEAR OF DEATHr I j i II I Louisville relatives have been no Thomasrter Mrs William PowersI in Colum- busI Ohio on Tuesday The de ceased was a brother of Mrs Cath Brine Beadley of this city and an uncle of Mrs Mary T Barrett Mrs iI Annie Alallon Sire B P J Jav-IjI j anagh and Mrs William L TisaneMr pDonnell was born In t County Galway Ireland seven l I years ago When quite a youth ho came to America and for a number jIor years resided in Louisville He was manyif parish Over thirty years ago he Ve moved to Cdlumbus and resided there until his death His la II I visit to Louisville was made seven II i years ago He Is survived by five children III FORTVFIVE COXIEST I Division 3 A O H1 will hold a eveningnndi PresidentJ D J 2bringhon ors Similar Invitations have been andJobnNowAlbanyare Invited to enter the contest I 1nKNIGHTS AT FRAXKFORT orCoJumbusoftortyat slleelnlltrainsI 1 1 points The Lexington degree team will put on the first and second I Councilsteam I MOVING UPWARD byPatrickI B Brown who has been I for responslble1 I e partment of the Louisville NashIvlllo Railroad Company has accepted tho position of Train Auditor RailroadCompany1t I at Memphis Local bejj rejOlclng I I CONDITION IMPROVED There is now a marked Improve ment In the condition of Patrick Flaherty Sixth street and Broad t way Jeffersbnvllle who was stru e I andElkin t belief he will soon be able to be ou t For a time It Waslfeared that hawould theamputation tDANCING IN MADRID lt CounciLsSocial Cluwillband of I WednesdayevthtJ birth of Washington The scene c the andItSpanfshdancee settee before Lent bellasIi 11MFMPIDS rr 0IJ Chleka ftw Council Y tot9tMempfal T HB is arranging membership scale tar wlnnlnr team to be awarded prizes Tfc 60 teat wll oboes some time after Ba t rtthe lallUtoiy oeremomle I t 0 0 eNee ONeNeeeNeN N1N1eee eOeNe NNNeeeeeeOeeeNlee9eeNO- ONNOeOeeeeeeNeeleeeeN NNNONNNNNNNNNNNNNeO PROMINENT HONEYiiiiRECOMMEND DR HOODS MAY BLOSSOM tjchitistj testimonialsIbelow croupULouisville Ky Dec 131910 MAY BLOSSOM HONEY CO Gentlemen I have for the past thirty years suffered more or less with an affliction of i i daysIi confident that with a continuous use of your remedy for another month my PFrANZjjentirely disappeared Respectfully JOHN R Jailer Jefferson County Kentucky Louisville Ky November 17 1910 I Dear Sir In response to your inquiry will say that I have had occasion to use May Blos som Honey and have observed its cffects when used by others and in my opinion it is thee most effective remedy for theai1m 4 rtv V for which it is recommended Very sincerely yours e iSCHOPPENHORSTi I MAY BLOSSOMtJlONEY GOX ZGORE OR SEVENTH AND BROADWAY LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Iifee1NSe +eeNeNeNeeNN Ne itefeeNNeeOeNNNeNeeeN eebNeNee OeeNNee NeeeeleeeeNNeO i FINE SHOWING j Made by Management of RailwayoCompany- y Tho stockholders of the Louisville Street Railway Company held their annual meeting In the offices of the company on Jefferson street be tween Third and Fourth on Wednes day afternoon The following di TiBallard Samuel G Boyle L W Botts Samuel Casseday Oscar Fen I IleyI Alex R Humphrey Louisville H JI Llttell Buffalo N Yj T J Unary J B Speed John Stites Louisville Frederick S Wicks Syracuse N Y IIThe only change In the above Ifs rom a year ago Is Frederick S Wicks In place of Major Alexander deceasedI report showing the earnings and ex- twelve penditures for the past months The net earnings were 645397 The Improvements in- alsostock and equipment were noted President Mlnarys report inI full Is as follows 1911jCompany tar the year engine December tte31I910 EARNINGSty1ansenger revenue 2854908 S3 Revenue from mall and advcr lining 44Ii55fiG PnssenRei revenue Interurbnn lines 18202SC3 I Freight and miscellaneous rev sane Interurban lines 36300 9G Income from other sources 78799 99 rotHXPENSISS INCLUDINGIO11L MAINTENANCE cxpensesI1SWC74 33 Operating expenses Interurban lines 115873 21 Slate county and city taxes for 13 inontns 2250000- 0Intercut on debt paid and accrued 43664929 Divided on pre erred stock 12500i00 Total andr t0charges 2651196 S8I 21 Il l 1W5397DisposedDividend on common slock 545650 00 Discount on bonds sold 16000 00 Depreciation furd 3000000 Accident reserve 3500000 2tForembodiedIni I Balaiifce Sheet and to the report of th Secretary and Treasurer presented at the n meeting of the stockholders BONDS the general percentecuted and p aced of recordas of Fob ruary 1 1910 and 1600 of these bonds locoyndicatei deliveredtheyearasofthesei EasternnallroaltheIoulsvllComparqI on the wayCompanyThe toes ot thIs company were operatedduring the 3ty anawerepurchalJedInterurbanI titroadLouis ville and Interurban Railroad Company EQUIPMENTWe tothethlrtYlhreodoubletruck fourmotor care with altj beingkacrordlngturshedaf alsotEighteenthand POWERA housewasx horsowergenerator I durIngweremadethoWatorho l groundsofcompanyd TRACK A very large amount ot track work waa done during the year About seven milt thepavedI threequarter miles of heavy T rail laid v VedIJtreetHtoteplaco wortarerjoetJ I bythorepatrknoutcotiuulrrt allliveni 1 nom Pbon ijij Iaptain I A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with I my New Blend Coffee at 2i2lbs 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOYi Bttt W AIARICKT WTMICJET 1Try I7 That Mike GIVE IlIomc337 Phone ALL B J SAND Distributor RIG HTI 1722 WEST ST under ground as requred by city ordi nance other cables belnfe added to to meet ue demands for Increased power Improvemegtntspry to go Into such details Jn Uhs re port Respectfully submitted FOR THE DIRECTORSfly KNIGHTS OF COMBOS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Boston has the only German I council in the order havie DSegelns Twentyfive candidates received the degrees at the initiation at Batesvillo Ind The Nebraska Legislature has be dayOctoborl r State makingOctober hittpassed the Kansas House of Repre sentativesTwentyone llttlYo take the Fourth degree at Oklahoma City on Washington birthday HenaeaenY WichitabyeveningwheqWork is progressing rapidly on the new K of C hall at Alamosa and when completed it will bo the finest home In Colorado outside of Denver The address of State Senator Carleton last Monday night upon Lincolns Life and Character was a treat for the Indianapolis Knights Bishop Carrell Council of Coving minstrelashow in April for tho benefit of the Elizabaths BUSYIparishhavearranging for a candy pulling and euchre to be given in St Cecilias Han next Wednesday afternoon and prizeshavbeThe general public is in ited GRIP GRIPS PIUS X onWednesday J suffering from the grip and was eeBfitwd to his bed His ailment is not believed to be Mrious The entire chureh in praying for his peedy reeorery cc s I IT SMOKES JEFFERSON tCAULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee AJ30RN Grand English Opera CoIIn Four Great Productions One Hundred Singers and Musicians Double Cast Chorus and Orchestra NEWAVENUE NJBXCC1 WIDER I NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW iReserved Seats All LowerFloor Front Rows ram Circle Sack Row Fam Circle No Hig 50 35 25 her IYEAR The GirljjMatinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday 25 IIHOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Presenting only the standard productions historic dramatic andc- omicMONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a c- allMUIDOON Monument Company 318 W Green St LouisvIteI Y t Z 71ri 4 KENTUOKV IRJSHAMER1CAN Gran We Smiths Son AL SMITH ProprietoJ Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 h J f- sSSONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S8S Faust Main Street D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET lr + + + + 4t4+ 44 +l + + + 4- 41F itttt NNE f+ t I + FIIfE WINES OHAKPAONE8 ALKOLJ3 I 345 West Green StreetLIQII CIGARS tU U iNH 4 Ii t THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmerr TELEPHONE 365 All calli promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnUhed for all occanlont 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Wishing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1677 CB THOMPSON FLORIST i ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10BO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaCtion guaranteed PRIVATEUOSPITALI FIR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville lad own and manage a private hospital tor the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Areaae Jellenonvllle Ilad GET YOUR BARGAINS AT TI- IEWINTER Shoat Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON Price List of Bee aMl Choice Cuts Round Steak 10c Sirloin Steak lOc Teabohe Steak 10cClubh6use Steak lOc Rib Porterhouse Steak lOc Steak Chuck Steak 3lbsii Pure Hog Ladx 125 oOc Choice Roasts perlb + 8 and 1 All cuts of Pork per Ib 12 Odds and Ends per lb 5c Country SausagolOc pet DI Preston St near Lynn r HERRMANN BROS 0IYroRsltaPIKB WINES AND LIQUORS- DtetUUn and WholmU Deal la FteMt Bra a of Kec tacky WhtoklM espeoMNy n Pearl of Nelspn1- 0Tnb IN BOND n ElXTNLSTNaRTIa i Shapesbe all nd see usthewhen is fl Rogers very before s OOK GO Carroll the PRAYER KS AND ROSARIES ington To suitetaste golden Give us aFcall andet our line oftheT- nthegoods their kind i i finest oforV tionalBooks Magazines a HgIous Artlcles next Fitor434 West Jeffe Street ami State will CENTRAL FURHITUn 1 Incorporatedins BleNfor We furnish the home com plete on easy payments fe WM CALLAOHAN Mir Sales Dept n JLBrownfleIdCoDJ L 553 THIRD ST I Engineer andfSTEAM and HOT WATE HEATINGc1 Dont Build Without Seeing MeI Home Phone 7846 n FORtt Furnitureat i Prices go to WMOo F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST HOPKINS THEATEIt For the coming week Hopkins announce abmot Interesting features headed by Annie Abbott known as the Georgia Magnett whose act has gained her fame on two continents Tim remaining lye acts Include tlawson and Crate fkld Impersonators In Just Kids 61 yesterday Franklyn liroth era blackfaced comedians Sadie St man phototypei Seymour RoMiwBr comedy acrobats nd orLuclrBln a novelty mLI V HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 2 expects a big reunion of Hibernians at the Broadway Thea ter Monday night Division 2 of Syracuse Is building I up with the hope of having 1000 members before a year from now Divisions 1 and 15 of Mljford Mass have consolidated and wlll constitute one of the best m the StateJudged from the Irish Standard the Hibernians of Minnesota are the most active of any State in the Union Syracuse Hlbei iians have secured the National President for their Emmet anniversary exercises on March 5- National President Rgan wilL be one of the speakers at the Hibernian banquet in New York City on March 16- Division 3 meets Monday night when the longtalked of fortyfive contest will take place followed by a social session- Preparatory for the St Patricks day parade and celebration large classes are being initiated by all the divisions at Syracuse Buffalo Hibernians will have an Emmet memorial entertainment March 5at which all the surround ing cities will be well represented Ladles Auxiliary 1 of St Paul has organized a juvenile division the first In Minnesota and its success is attracting attention throughout the State The division at Ilion N Y has a crlbbago team that has vanquished all the societies in that city They are now out with a challenge to any team in that section While In New York City the Na tional President will be given a rousing reception by the Roscommon men who are aranglng a monster meeting In his honor Division 2 meets Wednesday night and the session was interest Ing A large sale of tickets for the entertainment at the Broadway Theater on Monday night was re ported President Con Ford was host to a party of German friends Tuesday evening who are telling some quaint stories of the arrangements for their reception They say Con was there and that was all State President Fred Ryan of Duluth was given an enthusiastic reception at the St Paul joint In stallation of officers He has the distinction of being the first unmar ried man elected to the Minnesota State Presidency President William Murphy urges members of Division 1 to attend meeting next Tuesday night the St Patricks day pro gramme will be announced Some important business will come this meeting Tho National Board through the National Chaplain Rev John P has pledged the support of Ancient Order for the proposed memorial hall to be erected at Wash in commemoration of the jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons Hall has been secured and cradle of Liberty will bo packed the reception to be tendered Na President Regan at Boston Tuesday Gov Foss Mayor zgerald Archbishop OConriell Chaplain Father ODonnell County Chaplain Father Soley be present FOR WORTHY CAUSE Tuesday afternoonand even the ladles of the Church of the- ssed Sacrament will give a euchre the benefit of the church in the hool hall Washington and ichanan The games will bed at 230 oclock in the after and at 830 oclock at night rlzes that will be offered are is and handsome ENUE THEATER Th the Man and theame fantasy 1illght new musical the AveUl3ctS Which comes to Is descrlbcmtcr for next week enntthose offer Carce and mu y1 in which theRcompany andprIy a capable licking role his coVKn a rol seen at their very o fctnoils are BROTHERS Ft John Schulten formei city and a well known let ltla of Chicago died In that city r I day Death resulted from stomach complaint The de was a native of Louisville bu made his home in Chicago for x oral years His sister Miss KL Schulten and his brother Herm Schulten who conducts the grocery at Preston and Jacob streets went j to funeral Chicago on Tuesday to attend thoC BEQUEST TO BISHOP By tho wilt of the late exConi gressman William Whiting ofof Holyoke Mass a bequest of 5000 is made to Bishop Beaven of Spring field The money Is to be given to the Holy Family Institute at Brlghtslde ten the support of s QOorphan children as may be sent from Holyoke BISHOP LUDDEN3 BIRTHDAY The Right lien Patrick A Lud den Bishop otSyracuset N Y celebrated the seventythird anni versaryof his birth last week spent the day quietly and received many congratulations PAGANS NEW CAFE ierTebn 11 1apnw111openanewa- ndleafe at 1901 West Main street to theidlifa d Wll1 be Prepared to serveI all hlende whogall with the uahotn lunch day and night will be a feat ure of the neVf cafe Mr Fagan fIs well known In each of the three Falls cities having conducted a cafe In New Albany for fourteen I i years He Is popular in Catholic I and Hibernian circles and will add many friends to his list as long ash remains In business In Louisville HECEXT DEATHS Mr and Mrs William Bonn of 1606 Lawton avenUe have Jho deep sympathy of many friends In their grief over the death of their nine yearold son Permln Bohn who I passed away on Saturday A large number of Sorrowing friends attended the funeral which took place from St Philip Nqrl church on Monday afternoon Mackin Council ipst another mem ber by the death of Peter J Held who passed away on Monday night at the home of his Uncle Peter J Zengel 2S23 RowAn street The liberal tookptce from St Anthonys church on Thursday morning The deceased was only twentyone years old ills exemplary life had endeared him to a large circle of acquaintances The funeral of Mrs Ellen Me Mahon who diedather home 1621 Bank street early Saturday morn Ing took place from St Patricks church on Monday morning The deceased was eighty years old and was the widow of Brian McMahon Three children survive her They are John McMahon and Misses Mary and Nellie McMahon She was held ofoldDeath came to Mrs Christine Otte at the family residence 1401 South Shelby street on Sunday twentytOlrgiven as the causeot her demise She Is survived by her husband William Otte a grocer and four daughters The daughters are Mes dames Josephine Stark Elizabeth Miller Mary Royer and Miss Augusta Otle Tho funeral took place from St Elizabeth church on Wednesday morning Mrs Jane T Duffy died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Infirmities was a native of Ireland and was eightyone years old The greater part of her life had been spent In Louisville Her husband Martin Duffy died last October After her death the remains were removed to the home of M J Duffy a nephew of the deceased where they reposed I until the funeral services from tho Church of tho Sacred Heart on Wednesday morning The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Wiest one of the oldest and best known residents of Portland took I place from the Church of Our Lady on Tuesday morning For several weeks she had suffered from a corn plication of diseases and death came to her relief at the family home 2408 Portland avenue on Sunday morning Site was the widow dfV William Wiest who died twelve jI years ago The following children otLexingtonEllzabethtown Mrs William Schott anu Misses Rose Mary and Caroline idlest all of Louisville INDIAN SENTINEL The Indian Sentinel a magazine published anually by the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions at Wash ington D C has made its appear ance for 1911 It is a neat little book of fifty pages and tastefully Illustrated as well as carefully edited Every Catholic home in the United States should have a copy of this years Indian Sentinel The price Is only twentyfive cents but the reading matter is instructive and worth hundreds of times that much CATHOLIC PRIEST SCIENTIST The distinguished astronomer Father Cortle S J is busily en expedition Pacific lIe will have charge of the eclipse expedition for the British Government to view the total solar eclipse of April 28- MONUMENT PROPOSED Senator Warner has introduced in the United States Senate a bill for the purchase of a site in Wash ington and the erection of an equestrian statuo to Gen George G Meade The General was a Catholic NEW DOMINICA ARRIVES The Dominican colony at St Louis Bertrands Convent has been aug mented by tho arrival of the Rev ather F T QuInn O P who mss from New Haven Conn He take the place made vacant by oath of Father William Dunn LNIGHTS CELEBRATE any Council Knights of bin celebrated Lincolns cal iH wpndny evening A musl given l Kjy programme was smokeW Biyenlrig closed with a an HBLftt3 speeches were nature dll Hta and patriotic life of ourv Lvlncidents in tho r Lyred President CARDINAL + 1IPOIRTEDuWednesday pounced in Was t was an dlual Gibbons had tat Car President Taft to nted by the Board of Indian er of In place of the late Ai uer an IIOSOR1t001- lie Members of the Ancleni Hibernians i in Washingto have arranged to place a bust of the poet Tom Moore Corcoran Gallery of Art iIn city The dust Is to peka real br art It will be unvpletlwith proprl le oereatopteeoa May 28 one Hundred and tweritrtblrd t i rsiufr1 oft poet birth r n c IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges J F Shea of GlenbelKh has been sworn In as a Justice of the Peace for the County Kerry by the Earl of Kenmare 7 The Magistrates of Swanllnbar County Cavan elected Arthur Curry- of that town Petty Sessions Clerk There were six applicants for the office The Local Government Board Intimated Its sanction to the appointment of Miss Elizabeth M Bennett as Clerk of Ennis Union and District CouncilIn Drlgids ward at Armagh May Branntgan aged 101 who has lived In Armagh for over forty years recorded her vote In the municipal election As a result of the municipal elec lions In Cork the parties In that city now stand AllforIrelanders 23 United Irish League 22 Inde pendents 11 Damage estimated at 10000 was caused by a fire which broke out on the premises occupied by W J Hunter grocer and provision mer chant at Larne The death of N J Kennedy mer chant of New Ross is announced John Oillhooly of Roscommon was unanimously elected porter of the Roscommon Workhouse The death of P J OBrien exM P at Nenagh Is much re localboardstermeat took place at the Old Abbey There were five candidates for the position of Relieving Officer of Boyle Union In a final poll between tormervasvotesMuch i LlsnaskeaCounty otJohnwas aged about seventyfive was leadingbusiness hearttfailureMcElhinneycarried on a lucrative business as general merchant at Strand road Damage to the extent of 5000 was caused by fire at the sawmills Pattonbuilder before The Local Government Board has notified the Tipperary Guardians that Dr C J MoCormack has been theSouthernwestInspectiondistrIctBrowne Bernard Rcllly farmer has been missing front his homo at Dunkirk near Mohill and the rivers andj beingdraggedstrangeInbeforehisI The Local Government Board has sanctioned the appointment of ofAthyat the expiration of which lime he must satisfy the Inspector as to his abilities for the office thedlstlgurlngBaltlnglass was held in that town The parish priest and rector both denounced the outrage as did their respective flocks and a resolution condemning the outrage was passed Tho death of Michael Hartnett of Ballygran a well known County Limerick Nationalist took place re i partlocallyment and was Imprisoned in Cork iunder tho coercion act In the eighties MOTHER CIIUIIOH LIVES The vanity of human life is hown once more In events in France One hundred years ago Napoleon had an nexed to his dominions Rome and the whole bf Italy He looked upon thfe reigning Pope as his vassal and made him a prisoner defied his authority A few days ago Prince Victor Napoleon a fifth rate pre adventwasjournals of that city BACK FROM EAST Tho Rev Father John H Riley pastor of the Church of the An nunciation at Shelbyvllle has re turned from Fall River Mass whither ho went a month ago to attend his venerable mother who was seriously ill Mrs Riley is con valescing arid is believed to be out of danger GIVEN GOOD PUItSE Before leaving Newport last Sat urday for Pittsburg the Rev Father Eustachlus C S R was presented with a purse of 185 by the congre gation of St Stephens church for his mission in East Africa LATEST IN STYLES Silver fawn Is a new color Diamond shaped panels are seen lii braiding Draped laco Is seen on many oven Ing dresses Gauntlet cuffs appear on the smart coats Smart toques aro fashioned of changeable velvet A touch of cerise Is now being made to dark blues Chapeaux are noticeable for the simplicity of trimming Jet fringe la fashionable for trIm ming Wraps sand gowns Coats are shorter than ever and uttort down ihe center 1bebdIceljofniOst evening gowns cut iquarf or pOInted e = I eCOnIt k liLa new tHm t7acoJ1tbln aanteof silk and cotton called iC a ned with plain cloth iti FRANK FEHR BREWING Cif Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY v 4 OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING ti INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE SY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for turt TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SAL VATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 1HiTWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flayer Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewerx 50S 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLe XX W C CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best In the city for 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Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 W JeffersonO- pp laterurbaa SUItoa HALFOFYOURTROUBLEQONE N When You Use DIM OND WALL PLASTER iIn Yniir Building f 0- 1 MANUIIACTU XUB- YTUCICY U ALL PLASTER COIncorporated Plhoc 7 Ptato CATHOLIC CIIUUCII CRESCENT CITY r SICK ISTjj Causes Heavy Drain On Division Fours Treasury There was a splendid attendance at the meeting of Division 4 A O H on Monday night with President John H Hennessy In the chair The sick list was very heavy James Keane Is confined to his home by a sprained ankle and Harry Brady John Phelant and John Doolan all reported yet ill Mike McHugh was reported recovered The appli cation of John McHugh was received President Hennessy named the following Auditing Committee John J Score John McKelrnan and Thomas Callahan Financial Secre tary Langan reported that in spite of the heavy drain on the treasury caused by illness of many members the finances of the division showed a healthy balance He also stated that the amount of dues now out standing was the smallest In the history of the division- It was announced that at the next meeting teams will be selected to engage in a membership contest After alt business had been transacted Vice President Thomas Lynch entertained with several anecdotes If you have not heard his latest story ask him to tell It 1MEMO1tLA- MVincentlansTakeAction on Death of Daniel Quill St Ceclltes Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society at its meeting last Sunday took formal action on the death of Daniel Quill Messrs John McQucese John Keep and James Duddy were appointed a committee to draft resolutions otI respect The committee reported as follows Whereas God in his infinite wis dom and mercy has railed our worthy brother Daniel Quill to his heavenly reward be It Resolved That we deeply sym pathise with his family and friends yet let us trust with them that to him has come the rest earned by a life of useful and honest labor and while we deplore the death of our beloved brother and grieve at the loss we have sustained we humbly submit to the decree that has called him away and hope our loss is his eternal gain Be It further Resolved That this conference extend to the bereaved family its heartfelt sympathy that a copy of these resolutions be Sent to the bereaved family and that a copy be spread m tho minutes of the conference LIVE BIUTHDAV PHKSKXT George W Schuhrnann III arrived In Louisville last Sunday morning He timed his advent asa birthday surprise to his uncle the Rev Dr George W Schuhmann pastor of St Johns church Father Schuh mann celebrated his birthday on the same day and the new nephew and namesake was one of the presents he most appreciates The new George Is a son of Richard Schuhmanir Superintendent of the Anzelgers mechanical plant The little one will be christened In honor of his grandfather the late and lamented George Schuhmann and his uncle Father George W Schuh mann i BACK FROM CUBA Attorney Charles F Taylor and his estimable wifo have returned from a brief visit to Cuba Mr Taylor says the United States Government has certainly worked won ders on thu island Both Mr and Mrs Taylor were benefited by the trip MAOAULT3VE OporaCompnymusicians conies to Macauleys The ater Monday for four perforinanc This company now on Its f American tour has t ached big stlonln the operatic annals o rkjBoatonjPbll delph- lm WMhlngton and Chi swmbeaOifnien Martha r With alternate jfrproductions are prpniln t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O iii- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tompkins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler xSei geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresIdentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretarYWilliam T Meelian Financial SecretaryJohn J KeateyTreasurerJames Welsh Sergeant tArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilnoteehth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh HourIgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial Secretary J Q Hes slon I Treasurer DJ Dougherty SergeantatArrns James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street Presldeat John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly ergeantatArms William Cal lagbanSentluelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President Js E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc GrodyFinancIal SecretaryJohn Hogan Treaiurer B A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar rlty SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon y 11I If MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twotyslxth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link financial SecretaryF G Ad Recording SecretaryR Osborne CurrespondlngSecretaryH berg Treasurer W A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Ste f THER- frRVE 0- c i 190DCaA usea Pastor oldIndutryThe persontand ape 0Ioenlirs aladI hepetitewlthweakseveraldistancedlzzlMSShadotmanyoutrchurch using rightandl sleepweUpersDemelonei nervhabottleaStKyfEANerjYOU t4WHEIII ron 101 Lake street LMlTi aalbs Mati9ir 0 1Ooo Down and you can take immediate pos= session of a 10 acre farm that will earn from 300 to 1000 per acre each year Send for our Beautiful Souvenir Booklet The Land of Least Resistance I CENTRAL COMMITTEE Hears Reports On Many Projects Now On root The Central Committee C K of A held its regular meeting at St Marys Hall on Friday night of last week All of the officers were pres ent except Secretary Kruse who was absent on account of Illness in his family Doth companies of the Uni form Rank and nine branches of the order were represented The Hustling Committee reported that It was doing some good work and the Press Committee developed tho fact that It was giving out useful Infor mation every week The Entertainment Committee through Gen ReIchert reported that arrangements were being made to visit Jasper Ind where the Louisville military companies will take part in a competitive drill In all probability the first Sunday in May will be seelcted for the annual com munion day President McCarthy announced that all committees for the ensuing year would be an nounced at the next meeting The annual report of the Missouri State Council was read and the officers of that body were complimented bX dif ferent members of the Central Com mittee for the showing made LIFE CLOSED For Prominent and Active GermanAmericanCItizen The funeral of Joseph Zlrnhelt Sr took place from St Martins church last Saturday morning Tho church was tilled with friends of the deceased who showed their respect s for his memory by assisting at the solemn mass of requiem Mr Zlrnhelt was stricken with apoplexy on Wednesday of last week but was able to receive all the rites of the church before his death The end came at his home 704 East Gray street Mr Zlrnhelt was born In AlsaceLorraine district of Eur seventy years ago but had livE tjjLouisville more than fifty yeaue I his death he was a retired Jnt I merchant lie was always n er Catholic and was a charte ery of St Georges Co n In Knights of St John F er n St Martins parish st an Mr the esteem of his nel Zlrnhelt sons and lIe Is survived I are Frank four daughters ers of Mary a member of th Ibert and Jo now In SwItzer romlnent mem seplt Ztrnhelt cll Y 111 I and bars of Trln Misses Emma the laUgh Zirnhelt and Mrs Mary and- Bertha M MAIlTISems devotionsKercarriedautifullycthis betheandwithonwafo Atcloslngants ODonaghue carriedprocessionRev James P Cronin V Very parishesiascorei COXCEUT AND MINSTREL SHOW At Wednesday agrandforthechurchInBroadway entertainmentas thechurch rectory and school hall are pasIftori arareminstrelperformance LOUISVILLE APPLICANTS Hon beSpeakerRepItboappolntment placethatAmongthethepositionMackeyformerllmanIIherl8YCaullYQificialstenographer n saana- r Investment Property A special bargain in colored property consisting of double cottage renting for 16 per month Price 1350 Two cottages renting for 20 per month 1050 Good clean property in best of condition Some on gets a bargain Let us show you We also have some fine residences near the Do inictl church Sixth and St Gathering OREILLY GO 512 Paul Jones Building Home Phce 2755I sa ar 7iCMl BE SURE TO CL FOR McKENNX RISKY IT jcALWAYSI PURE lifta Distiller Fairfield KV T riI-M A J BANNON Pus I Mgr UEHER SON 2IS WEST MARKET STREETS Ir TUB CBMJBRATKD NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATORRR- The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr RangeTheEQUALItI public 9AP BANNON VlciPr I TnasH M P BanoB Sewer Pipe Co Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe CoWallFire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Tire BrIck Paving Brick 1 Grate CayChimney Sidewalk prick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON 573 WORKS lathand Lexln LothTc 9 9 Ao CHRIST GROTB EAFE AND 6DWUNB AbLEY 8 FJnesl Bowling Alleys 110 South 8 FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS OYSTER WITH BACH DRINK WOLTRING Sicrilary TBtBPHONB ome Phone 6042 Cumb Phone 3S92 428430 W JEFFERSON DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing ForteaSCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING l1ar M Called Fir a d Dllvert4 IraINi1 PhwiM 2H pFPKfi AND POWS 7IMIS MVBffTII STRBM J 0 t