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ENTUCKY IRIS AMERICAN l VOLUME XXVLNO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 4 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTSI REFORM n the House ofLords Seems Certain and the Unionists 1It1 Are Divided Younger Tories Mayo Become Insurgents Agalast Stand pat Loaders London Spectator Shows How Irish Nationalists Could Do Deteated DEVLIN A NATIONAL LEADER Little of news value has occurred in the British Parliament since the theLiberalsrumors that Parliament Is about to vote salaries for Its members This has caused members of the Irishparty to declaro that they want no salaries from the British Govern theNationalistsgrabbers theIrishagainst their will they are there to give voice to certain grievances which this Parliament Is supporting In Ireland They advise that the money they would receive be devot ed to some useful public purpose In Ireland Only a few of tho Nation alists are men of wealth The great majority are poor men and their service In Parliament Is always at a sacrificeThe on tho Lord goes merrily on and even the Tories are di vided on an attitude of defense All admit that there must be a reform of tho upper house of Parliament QuestionLordleaders of the Tory standpatters Insist upbn retaining a number of youngTory Lanlsdowne of asrrOp30no Tories Wise politicians believe that the disruption oftho Tory forces will strengtbeneth0rmositfonsofytho Liberals andfwlir l oaconvinclng proof that the veto bill Is the only way of removing the present dead leck j There is Ito doubt that theXinew Peers Once the Tories are convinced that the Liberals are both ready and able to take that extreme stop the opposition will collapse The present spirit of all the Liberals and Nationalists is such that nothing can prevent their final and early triumph The refusal of the Irish members to assist at the coronation I of King George has been received Intt a friendly spirit and their action dignifiodconciliatory I However the settlement of many questions of Importance now pend ing in Parliament Is in embyro and the newspapers of all factions areII clamoring for a strong man to putII Englands house in order At present the outlook for the avoidance of I a crisis until the coronation is over is not very hopeful The London t Spectator suggests as the only compromise an agreement that the veto I bill shall pass as It stands through I tho House of Lords Mr Asquith consenting to submit home rule to a referendum before Introducing It A combination of the opposition and the Government on this point would render the latter independent of theII Nationalists but such an agreement does not seem likely The hero of the hour in Ireland and among his colleagues in Parlia ment is Joseph Devlin whose mas terly address on religious perseQU U6n In Ireland helped to carry theII day for the Liberals It will bo re membered that Mr Devlin visited J Louisville last fall as an envoy ex traordinary of the Irish Parliamentary J party Mr Devlin is still under forty years of ago but he has been a loader In IrlsTi National pol itics since he was fifteen Ho is an 11example of ono who owes everything to nafuro and nothing to fortuneI He received his early training fromI the Irish Christian BrothersIi More than twenty years ago Thomas Sexton a Catholic won theI seat from West Belfast This was i the first great break in tho buttressed and potent citadel of aUI that is narrow in religion and pol itics This dazzling opening andIpromise of a new era spread such aIwave of enthusiasm among the Na tionalists of Belfast that the grow- Ing boys were caught by it It led to the foundation of a boys debating society in Belfast and by sheer force of natural leadership Joe Dov lia jumped to the leadership of his fellow Nationalists Heha held that position ever since It is a lead shin not merely of Intellectual ad Miration but rests on the far i hlccber baste of love confidence and affection BLESSING OF NEW STATIONS I I The new stations of the Way of the Crow that have been erected inI the Church of St Frances of Rome la Clifton will Iw soimnly blessed c tomorrow earning at 780 oclock The pastor Father Thomas W White will be MMloUd by a number of loptl elaVlnea and tke Mrmon will be pirwotw by t w Rev I I o Ignatius 0 F M of St Boniface church The blessing will bo fol lowed by solemn vespers and bene diction of the Most Blessed Sacra ment The music will bo furnished by an augmented choir under the direction of P A Stark Mrs Stark will preside at the organ The now stations are works of art and in keeping with the stylo of archi tecture of the church It is fitting that they should bo blessed on the first Sunday in Lent BRILLIANT Social Function Launches the Kerens Family in Vienna Hon Richard C Koreas Amer icas Ambassador to Austria has at lasl been launched into Austrian society He has been in Vienna with his family since last April and has been attending to his duties as a representative of the United States Government but it was not until last Saturday evening that he oAustrlanofII The reception while called the American Ambassadors was really a most exclusive court function l The Lord Chamberlains department sent out the eighteen hundred invi tations Tho Ambassador was not consulted A guard of honor lined the mtryio the embassy as well as the hall and main entrance Calvary pickets were posted at the corners am1bassythe head of the stairs by a atII chamberlain and his wife who pro sented them to the Ambassador and Mrs Kerens Prince Montenuovo the Lord High Chamberlain came as the personal representative of the Emperor GETTING READY Hibernians Plan For Big Celebration of Irish PeastA- rrangements for the religious and social celebration of St PatI ricks day are keeping pace with the march of time All members of the Hibernians in Louisville will at at St Patricks church receive holy communion at on Sunday morning March 19 Tho social celebration of Irelands patron saint will ba held evetiiIngcorTho committee on talent has spared no pains to secure the serv ices of the best artists in Louisville In making the programme a musical and literary treat The committee has decided to eliminate the cus tomary long and often tiresome ora tions that have served to fill out St1j Patricks day programmes In I years tormerII First on the list of havo consented to aid in celebrating I the feast is Miss Jennie Giles the i accomplished pianist and beyond I doubt the best interpreter of Irish I music in Kentucky Miss Effie Mc Donald Abblo Chester and Mario I Costigan will sing soprano solos John J Flynn wllJ give several of his humorous recitations and David Maloney the splendid basso will sing several Irish airs The entire celebration will be undor the aus pices of the County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians I On Sunday afternoon March 12 there will be a general quarterly j meeting of the four local divisions at Bertrand Hall The County Board desires a full attendance of the members at this meeting I CATHOLIC BOYS Owe Debt of Gratitude to Charles Carroll of Carrollton Among the many services ren dered to his country by Charles Carroll of Carrollton was tho found- Ing of a Catholic college In 1831 he made a grant of 250 acres of land and bonds representing over 95000 to the Sulplcian Fathers for the establishment of a college in which young Catholics could bo edu cated without prejudice to their faith It was not until 1848 that the project was realize and St Charles College founded at Elllcott City Md St Charles College holds a warm place In the hearts of Louisville Catholics Quito a number of her priests have received their early training there and others from Louisville are still pursuing their studies at St Charles Rev Father George Harig a member of the Te ulty is a native of Louisville NEW EPISCOPAL CONVERT Harry Shaw formerly of the Episcopal Theological Seminary New York was recently received into the Catholic church at West bury L I N Y Mr Shaw has entered St Josephs Seminary at DUnwoodle where he wlll study for the priesthood EXGOV CARROLL DEAD John Lee Carroll former G6v srnor of Maryland and a grandson of the illustrious Charles Carroll of Carrollton died at hit home in Washington D C on Monday He was burled from the Cathedral Baltimore on Wednesday Vast throngs crowded the church and tilelINtt1dPi rr u i NO APOLOGY For Existence ot the Catholic Church In America Says Bishop ODonnphuc Louisvilles JRrelnte Mndo Bill Unlit ItcspotioHo Cliurcir anti America Toast Given at Banquet Following Consecration Bish op Schrentbs LOCAL RELATIVES RETURN HOME Mr and Mrs Joseph Sayer and children and Jacob Schrembs have returned from Grand Rapids bflch where they attended the consecra tion of Bishop Joseph Schrembs on Washingtons birthday Mrs Sayer is a sister and Jacob Schrembs Is a brother of the now Bishop The Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville also attended tho consecration ceremonies and at the banquet that followed the relig ious rite responded to tho toast The Church and America Bishop ODonaghuo said In part uAn event like this turns atten tion to the church In this diocese and to tho church In general In this great American republic The first Bishop appointed for the Mother Seo of Baltimore passed away less than ono hundred years ago The church statistics for this country just pub fished places the number of Bishops at 109 The number now Is 111 as two have been consecrated today The number of priests now engaged In the ministry in this country is a little less than 13000 In the first Catholic directory published in 1833 the names of but 223 priests are given and of this small number six wore credited to the Territory of MichiganThe Catholic church has no apology to offer for her existence here This continent lay hidden be tween two great oceans until the In trepid Catholic mariner Christopher Columbus turned his frail crafts toward the setting sun and sailed until lIe reached Its shores The church works in the open day with out schemes to foster or secrets tQ- conces feTo slandcroresho has no word but pity to her persecutors the other cheek Is turned The church stands and will forever stands for tho truths of revealed religion for justice virtue and love of home and country She stands as the divinely appointed guardian of the family and the teacher and protector of the child With the evil of divorce no compromise is possible aril from the crime of race suicide she turns with Instinctive horror The church stands for the education and training of youth In the practice of Christian virtues and In tho knowledge of divine faith necessary for salVatlon In patriotic devotion to flag and country Catholics have not been wanting showing themselves always counttryI destructive civil war came to divide these States into two republics the Catholic soldier stood shoulder to shoulder by the side of his fellowman in tho dreadful conflict In the recent war with Spain a common religious faith did not dampen the ardor of the Catholic soldier who fought on either side and when the battleship Maine went down in the harbor of Havana the list of the lost began the poet tells us with names of Kelly Burke and Shea The church hero enjoys religious freedom In common with other de nominations and has no favors to ask We pray that this peaceful condition may continue It is a hopeful contrast with tho present conditions In other countries across the sea whore secret enemies con spire for the plunder of churches and seek to annihilate every vestige of religion The church hero is confronted with an appealing re sponsibility The harvest indeed is great and the laborers too few but trusting in the providence of God and working faithfully the golden sheaves will be carried to the garden of paradise At the banquet Bishop Schrembs was preesnted by the priests of the diocese with a purse of 3500 MANY KNIGHTS Enjoy Hospitality of Frank fort Council On Last Sunday Several hundred visiting Knights from all sections of Kentucky were in Frankfort last Sunday to enjoy the hospitality of the Knights of Columbus and to assist at the initia tion of a class of forty new members New and old Knights at tended high mass at the Church of the Good Shepherd The Rev Father Wllllani T Punch of Lex ington was celebrant of the mass and was assisted by the Rev Father Thomas Major of Frankfort One of the Franciscan fathers from Cln clnnnatl preached the sermon The ladles of the congregation served dinner for the Knights in the Capital Hotel After dinner the place in Odd Fal1 lows HaJJA team from Blue Gra a Ceuriell beaded by tate Deputy JaBp ORocrpHt1e4 the e q first and second degrees The Louis villa team gave the third degree The day wan brought to a close with a banquet at the Capital Hotel The speakers were the Rev Father I J H Riley qt Shelbyvillo Judge Matt ODoherty Of Louisville Rich and Crane of Cincinnati and Frank P ODonnoll of Mayav- illeAWARDS s lUg Bazar for l the Sts Mary aad Elizabeth1 Hospital Is Success AU Classes and Creeds Aided In Doing Hue Work of J Charity j I Handsome Sad Will Bo Realized When All Returns Arc Made NAMES OFfTHt FORTUNATE The big bazan at the Armory closed late Saturday night in ablaze of glory All returns have not I been made but it is certain that aI handsome sum has been raised for a very worthy charity Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Among the awards were tho following I Shirt waist linen booth ticket 431 Dr John H Buschemeyor diamond pin linen booth ticket 4G6 John Kirley brass bed coun try store ticket 469 Francis Pay ton West Jefferson street brass bed doll booth ticket 586 V A Maddox 2630 Garland Mary Eliza beth doll doll booth Mary Elizabeth Barry 633 West St Catherine street ticket 558 Magdalen doll ticket 326 P Markey Lennox Ky Margy Welsslnger doll ticket 200 Mary Brown 1730 High street Mary Rose the doll donated by Miss Mary Baxter won by Mrs M Adams holding ticket 35 Doris Whallcn doll ticket 190 D T ONeal 817 F anklln street The handsome bath tubwont to Miss Jennie May Oyonnell of Now Al bany Ind The awards were made by Senator Mark Ryan Dave Welsh and Elmer Watson Mrs Love of gtNofvr Albanydaeawnrded flrs prize for d donation of tansy needlework The second prize went to the Sisters of tho Good Shepherd Other nice awards Included the Dorothy Dalton doll ticket 162 held by Joseph T Smith gold watch ticket 93 B J Campbell Jr kitchen cabinet ticket 163 Mrs M J Dougherty table linen ticket 803 Ava Netherland Nazar eth bride ticket 263 not taken handsome doll ticket 114 Mrs Qatson 347 Twentythird street Knights of Columbus pillow ticket 53 Father Eugene Donahue Cathe dral halfdozen towels ticket 226 Sister Adeline Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital couch ticket 18 Dan Lehan No 12 Engine Com pany oil painting ticket 3 Edward T Tierney i I Among the donations not men Honed formerly was that of a fine shoat the gift of Julian Miller the City Auditor of New Albany The handsome automobile was awarded to Edward Zlcklo of 1515 Bank street The church organ goes to one who will certainly apprealate itI Rev Father William Does of Pewee Valley Harry McDevltt ot 724 South Eighth street gets tho scholarship from the Creager Busi ness College Mrs J J Riley of Lexington Ky carried off the handsome shirt waist donated by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Sister Agnes Leo of Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital Was awarded tho gold watch Rev Father P M J Rock holding ticket 242 was awarded a lunch cloth that had been embroid ered by tho Sisters of the Good Shepherd County Attorney Scott Bullitt won a handsome black silk dress I The following awards were made on the combination book Miss Es sie Everin 2912 Third street brass bed Charles L Borst 237 North Shelby silver toilet set Sister M Madeline Nazareth Ky handsome rug J W Connor 2817 West Chestnut 5 In gold Annie Murphy 611 Vine street gold watch Martin I J Cusick 525 North Twentyfirst street Morris chair Annie Evors Twentyfirst and Maple 10 in gold J F Scanlon 658 South Twenty third street ton ot coal Rev J J Cunniff 3511 Rudd avenue china cabinet D L Coleman Ninth and Broadway heating stove J N Oldlges Twentyfirst and Market streets dinner set BISHOP HESLIN INTERRED The Right Rev Bishop Health of Natchez Miss was interred on Tuesday with all the solemnity duo one of his ranllOn Wednesday the consultors of the diocese met and selected three names from which the successor to Bishop Heslin will be chosen Later the Bishops of the prqvlnce and the Archbishop irlll make selections Several months must necejarily elapse before the new Bishop of Natchez is named SAW THB LIGIIT Jtnlge Robinson one of the most distinguished of American law teach ers a former professor la Yale CatholicUniversityI a sonvarf tot CatboliceburehV J MOBILE l l Catholics Celebrate In Style the k BlCcntcnnlal of Citys Founding Cardinal Gibbons and a Host of Prelates Add Splendor to Scone United States Sailors Joined With Civilians in the Street Parade e CATHEDRAL WELL DECORATED The Catholics of Mobile Ala thefounding celebrationbuta Catholic celebration His Emin cenI representingthe representing ii ii Tho ceremonies began with Pon tifical mass in the Cathedral at 11 theRightSan Antonio Texas Bishop Shaw Is a native of Mobile Cardinal Gibbons occupied a throne on one BishopAnenposite side Before the sermon a cable message from Pope Plus X apostoUcblessingwould guard and prosper the city and people of Mobile The United States Government was represented at the mass by Commander Fletcher of the Cruiser Birmingham and In charge of tho torpedo fleet at Mobile for the carnival Owing o the unavoidable absence of Gov byLteutMalorPatrlclemembers of the Council repreesntcd the city The Cathedral was elaborately decorated for the occasion This work was done by the ladles of the ltiirS + anAvrieprtitrbunt ca perfectTheof light banked high with carna tions lilies and roses The side Imposinginwere prominent in the mural and column decorations other flags used being representative of the nations claiming the allegiance of the city in its life of two centuries the French Spanish and English Large branches of magnolia wore entwined with blue and white bunt Ing the colors of the Blessed Virgin j the patron of tho Cathedral These hung from the arches and in front of the choir loft A copy of the original banner of Blenville founder of Mobile loaned by Mrs Hortense Batre President of the Alabama Chapter of Colonial Dames orna mented the front of the pulpit Mrsjj Batro also loaned the blue and white flag of France with the Fleur de- Lis which Blenvillo brought to the American shores This too was placed in front of tho pulpit After the mass the sermon was preached by the Rev Father E C Do la Moriniero S J He told of the life and exploration of the FrenchCanadian John Le Moyne Sfour de Blenville who founded the city of Mobllle In 1711 Incidentally he paid tribute to tho old Catholic explorers and bade his hearers be come better Christians that they might become bettor citizens In tho afternoon there was a street parade More than 2000 Catholics were in line and to make it more interesting several hundred sailors from the United States naval fleet were In line The parade was reviewed by Cardinal Gibbons from the balcony in front of Bishop Al lens residence With the Cardinal and Bishop Allen stood Archbishop Blonk of New Orleans Bishop Shaw of San Antonio Bishop Mor ris of Little Rock Bishop Van de Von of Natchltoches apd Bishop Kenny of St Augustine Fla The marchers after saluting the Cardinal and other prelates entered the Cathedral where solemn vespers were sung Before benediction Cardinal Gibbons addressed those assembled and wished all classes and creeds tho blessings of God spiritually and materially enjoining them to fulfill the duties of honorable and upright citizens From 7 until 9 oclock In the evening the Cardinal received visit ors in Bishop Allens residence At midnight ho went with Archbishop Blenk to New Orleans where he will spend a week or more with his brother Col John Gibbons The re ligious celebration was brought to a close on Monday morning when I Bishop Allen celebrated requiem I mass for the repose of the souls deceased Catholics of Mobile ofII MACKIN COUNCIL I I fa Planning For Spring and Summer fi Affairs President Samuell It Robertson warpra HO the large attendance at Mackin Council on Monday night becausetherenounced for discussion William Quill the only member of tho coun I oil on the sick list was reported im reportedthatIn progress and that Improvement wasHShown at each rehearsal The committee appointed to make a report on the Catholic chapel car made its report and its recommenda tionswere approved Mackin ex pects to furnish a nice sum for the construction of a new chapel car Plans were made for another Niagara Falls trip during the com ing summer and preliminary ar rangeemnts were made tor a big In itiation in May HUM DEATII Robs Dominican Community of Another Able Priest For the second time since the hasInvadedBertrand Only a few weeks ago the death of Father William R Dunn was chronicled and now Father A C Kernan has been called to the bar of eternal judgment His death occurred at St Josephs In firmary late Sunday night Father Kernan had been 111 for many months but had not been confined to his bed until two weeks before his death Just previous to his last confinement ho had been in Zanes vllle Ohio where his father was seriously HI Father Kernan was born at Now Lexington Ohio fortyfour years ago Ho gave early evidence of a vocation for the altar and entered tho Dominican novitiate In his youth Ho was ordained at St Jo seph Perry county Ohio nineteen years ago His first mission was as an assistant pastor at Memphis Tenn Later ho was In charge of Dominican churches at Denver and Minneapolis Eight years ago Father Kernan came to Louisville as one of the assistants at St Louis Ber trand church Ho Is survived by his venerable parents who reside at Zanesvllle and several brothers and sisters At his bedside when the end came wore his brother Itev Father Joseph Kernan pastor of St Rose churchMiss WashingtonI county his Theresa nnFatheranJesvRIeCIand the Very Rev Prior of St Louis Bertrand Covnent Office for the dead was chanted 1tJitiLluLsQortra chuTchon Tuesday morning and this service was followed by solemn requiem mass The remains wero sent to Ohio for burial in the Dominican cemetery at St Joseph Father Kernan was a modest and retiring priest and was held In high esteem by all who had the honor of his ac quaintance Among his warmest friends was Chauncey Olcott the Irish singing actor who during his engagements in Louisville spent all his spare moments with Father Kernan OUTSIDE PALE Rome Coresponden tTells of Excommunicationof t The Rome correspondent of the Now York Herald Is responsible for the following For the first time In centuries tho Iope this week excommunicated by name three Bishops Arnold Har ris Mathew Herbert Ignatius Beale and Arthur William Hewarth The first named received his episcopal consecration some years ago from a Janscnist Bishop and then took the title ot AngloCatholic Archbishop of London as head of the Old Cath olic Church of England The others up to last summer were priests ot the Nottingham diocese Years ago they wore nominated prelates by Leo XIII through a mistake They were almost imme diately deprived of this dignity but later were reinstated In their re spective parishes by Bishop Brindle of Nottingham They then ap proached Bishop Mathew Inducing him to consecrate them independent Bishops The three advised the Pbpe of what had been done Catholics in England were surprised and Romo was silent Meanwhile the Holy Office was examining the case as it is very scrupulous to obtain all the evidence before reaching a de cision Last week Monsignor Lugarl Assessor of the Holy Office submitted to Pope Plus the results of tho Investigation and the Pope by motu proprio has now publicly excommunicated the three Dish opal and all who took part In the consecrationThe of the validity of the consecration Is not mentioned in the Papal document but certainly It will never be recognized by Rome If tho Bishops return to their allegiance they will not be per I mitted to exercise episcopal func tlonsII I of Los Angeles has IIaCathol1ca Publlo Library to succeed a Trustee I whose term has expired The Mayor Is receiving congratulations for his most excellent choice Father Glass Is President of St Vlnc l1te College one of the most Important Institu tions of learning in Southern Call fornia and eminently qualified la ev ryrwp et to dlpchhajgethe duties imposed as Trustee of the Los Angeles Public Llbram i o HUMILITY I IS Great Lesson Taight bycCII DuringLcntsFlret rr- PiousCtfstdih i dt Blessing WUb AHlitis CdlnesDotyu From Ages t Faithful Members Will lie As aiduoliB in Attending tho Devotionsf EXERCISES IN THE EVENfNGS p thefirstonWednesdayTireofficegiventheand four collects in which pardon penitent andkneeleachsayingmanthatisithisobtainedbyprevious year In this country the slgnedontheIn the evening when it is not con massInOriginally tho administration of tho ashes was made only to public affectldn tents used to Join with them In rec- eivIng the ashes until the ceremony was extended to the whole congregation As a rule the fast on ASh Wednesday is more severe than an any other day In Lent except the last four days in Holy Week Sundaythetentive In their devotions at their respective parish churches Those who can will attend mass every morning All should attend the evening devotions held in their respective churches thrice a week orQoftener Each pastor makes his own rule for the evening servicesl duringiLent JU w At the Cathedral the evening services during the week will be held on Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings at 730 oclock The Rosary will be followed by a sermon and benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament on Mondays and Wednesdays On Fridays the Way j of the Cross will take the place ot the sermon Vespers at the Cathedral on Sunday during Lent will bo sung at 3 oclock Every evening durIng Lent the Rosary will be recited in St Louis Bertrand church at 730 oclock On Sundays and Wednesdays the Rosary will be followed by a sermon and benediction The Way of the Cross will precede benediction l- on Friday evenings The Holy Hour devotons will continue to be practiced between 7 and 8 oclock on Thursday evenings One of the largest congregations in Louisville St Bonifaces expects great things of its Lenten services There will be a sermon in German every Wednesday evening and an English sermon every Sunday even- Ing at 730 oclock The Rev Father Ignatius O F M will preach the German and Rev Father Glnus O F M the English sermons There will bo tho recitation of the Rosary before each sermon and benediction after it Every Frlday evenlng the Rosary at 130I waY1ofromeo church by his scholarly lec tures on church doctrine This7year ho will continuo those lectures at 730 oclock every Tuesday even lug during Lent The Way of the Cress will bo the devotion on Friday evenings The Rev George W Schuhmann D D pastor of St Johns churcfcl will deliver a sermon on what tbl church teaches at 7i3Q oclo every Wednesday evening durin Lent The Way of the Cross will bo substituted for a sermon on Fri day evenings Rosary and benedic tion will fill out the services on both evenings f Bishop ODonaghues regulations concerning the Lenten fast were published iIn the Record last week and were explained by the pastors in the various parish churches last Sunday They are In no case severe but their observance will have a tendency to mortify the flesh in some slight degree during this holy season At St Patricks and Sacred Heart church there will be the recitation of the Rosary sermon and benedic tion on Tuesday evenings and the Way of the Cross on Friday even Ings 100D1EAR The reports submitted at the last meeting showed that the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary has had a most prosperous year All their undertakings have been marked by success and ther has been a steady Increase in both membership and finances They promise to make a- gra turnout with th Ir rothor churcton K TI30KY I Al ERIC3A1 ENTUCKY IRISH sfiMERl6fiN Aevolel de the SocialI aeA Mersl Advaaceetelaeat of Irish America and Cathollce c MensYInstitute and CathoMc Knights KENTUCKY IRISH1 AMERICAN PRINTING CO Ineorporated Publishers AUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 30 BnUred it the LoaUvrtU Pottolflc a SecoadCU flatter 1Nresall Ce laslctleH U the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreea St i LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 4 1911 MAYOR HEADS WITHDRAWAL The greatest political sensation of Kentucky within tho past seven days was tho withdrawal of Mayor W i 0 Head from the Gubernatorial race There are few Louisville Domocra who would not rejoice to see MrII Head In the Gubernatorial chair yet they realize that his withdraw from the contest means three tears more pf good government for the city of Louisville Ho Is to be congratulated for his forethought and his loyalty to ills fellowcitizen ought to be appreciated MUCH NEEDED LKGISLATIOV Ai + Tho shooting of ono of our best citizens on Tuesday night was un fortunate and shocking There la nb reason to blame the police for what happened These murderous af frays will continue as long as the State Legislature permits the Indlf crlmlnaTo purchase and carriage of deadly weapons Mardl Gras was originally a Catholic holiday Here- In Louisville it has become 1 mockery a hellish debauch for a drunken negroes and degenerate Whites Not one In a thousand of the maskers hero could tell the meaning or the origin ot Mardi Gras Tho men who aspire to bo our next Stato Solons ought to bo made to pledge themselves in advanc against the sale of firearms and other deadly weapons to irrespons ble persons Tho carrying tof concealed deadly weapons ought ito be made a felony with Imprisonment at hard labor as punishment Put such a law on the Kentucky statut books arid It will be enforced by tbe r- r+ Louisville police 3 CRISIS IX FRANCE Onco more the French Premier F has resigned and Franco is In ia- political and social panic Aristldi Brland who was swept into pdwefl not only as a Socialist but as a persecutor of thb Catholic church has resigned with his whole Cabinet 3r r Tho resignations camo because 1 vote In tho Chamber of Doputlei showed that confidence In the Government had been shaken Brland tho persecutor of the church was accused of not being vigorous enough In his persecution Now ho confesses that ho Is sick and tired of it all Poor Franco is having her i troubles Her legislators have plundered churches and havo robbed children of their religious education Now tho irresponsible Soclalsts art robbing the Government of its authority Unless a miracle inter venes Franco Is doomed to a reign of terror and anarchy- ABSOLUTELYi NO CHANCE The young man on the Herald who signs himself Argus predicts the nomination of Hon James Mc Creamy for Governor at tho Demo cratic primary to bo held In May Why does Argus refrain from going a step further and predict the sure defeat of the entire Democratic ticket If McCreary Is nominated After tho shabby treatment afforded Hon Ben Johnson it Is impossible for McCreary or any of hip henchmen to lead the Democrats to victory in Kentucky McCreary may win the nomination but ho has not tho shadow of a chance to be elected FREAK LEGISLATION Tbq latest freak legislation Is Ing exhibited In Michigan On lesday Stato Senator James intro iiced a tin making it unlawful for candidates to seek votes by giving away drinks tobacco or other gifts It also prohibits persons from solic 1 lUng favors from candidates by promising their support The bill provides that a candldatos cam paign expenses are to bp limited to 15 per cent of one years salary Justas strange as the rest of the bill Is a clause that provides Any priest minister or officer of any church or religion or religious organization who shall privately attempt to Influence votes is guilty of corrupt practices The Michigan Solons cednot worry about the priests It is very rare that a priest interferes In political matters and then only when Ir tmoral Questions are concerned When he has adtlce to give on these matters It is done In ihe open and there if no mincing of words TbeCatholic church and her minister havenotbfug to conceal The neK pulsvjUe 89001 Cbri r mission is experimenting with the Social Center idea Kochcste N Y is so overjoyed because of 1Its experience with social centers that It has decided to grant no approprl tion for their maintenance this year The lesson taught In RochesK ought to prove beneficial to Lout vllles School Commissioners but will It- Today I is the anniversary of tho birth of KoBert Emmet and the Irish Americans and GermauAmcr pans of Chicago will meet hi that filly and protest against the propose AngloAmerican alllancee This will brlnfetto Irish and German element into much closer fraternity Ifn Chicago and throughout the nation The month of March Is alwas dedicated by the church to dovotlo In honor of St Joseph March 19 Is annually celebrated as St Joseph day Our Saviour chose St Joseph to be his protector on earth Every good Catholic chooses St Joseph IS his intercessor in heaven Cable advlces say that the Drills Cabinet has begun deliberations on the homo rule scheme It is salll the scheme provides for the retenI tlon of Irish members In th Imperial Parliament but in reduce numbers AMERICANS VISIT POPE Ills Holiness Pope Plus X re coivcd Monsignor Kennedy Rector of tho American College in Rome IIn private audience on Sunday Blsh Kennedy had Just returned from a brief vacation spent in the United States The Popo was much Interested In the reports Bishop Kennedy made concerning the church 1 In America and ho expressed pnpfoun regret at the death of Archbishop Ryan Monsignor Kennedy presented several Americans among thorn the wife and daughter of the late Gen Phil Sheridan Popo Plus gar them his apostolic blessing FORTY HOURS PRAYEU The most Impressive Junction connected with the Forty Hours prayer- at St Louis Bertraud church wns ho solemn procession of chlldro and men of the Holy Name Society escorting the Blessed Sacrament on Tuesday night The little boys and girls led the way They were followed by 250 men singing hymns in praise of tho Blessed Eucharist and the holy name of Jesus The forty Hours prayer Will begin at Jt Pauls church Jackson and Kentucky streets tomorrow at tho 10 clock mass PLACE FOR BARGAINS Our readers will please turn thou attention to James Greenes furnl are advertisement In other columns of this weeks Kentucky Irish American There are several other furniture stores that have frequent ales and big advortlseemnU but James Greene always has the bargains and his wares are just as hi represents them If you are In noed of now furniture see Mr Greene and kindly mention the Kentucky Irish American LOSES DAUGHTER Word was received here on Thurs day of tho death of little Florence Connell daughter of William B Connell formerly thief Deputy In- tho office of the Clerk of the Court ofI Appeals Heart disease following an attack of rheumatism was re ponslblo for her death Tho little one was only nine years old The moral Cervices were hold In ML SterUngon Friday morning Mr IConnells friends throughout tho State sympathize with trim in his grief RECUPERATING Capt Mlko McAuliffe of tho Second police district left Louisville for Hot Springs Ark on Friday of- last week En route to Arkansas het stopped over a day at Memphis to visit his brother Jack McAullffe who Is engaged in business thero Last advlces say that Capt Mc ullffes rheumatism Is disappearing as a result ot the treatment at Hot rings His friends hope to see- him home within a few weeks HOPKINS THEATER Anna Eva Fay the mind reader has been secured by the Hopkins management for a return engage ment next week Other attractions oni the forthcoming bill are Sprague id McNeece roller skaters Gil ore Sisters and Brlgham Three atertainlng GlrlsuH CTuy Woodward he story tellerI the Ratbs keller rtoin fifteen minute of pl tnb song and laughter and Wells d Warsaw In a comedy sketch HUMOR OF NEW DIOCESE Rom correspondents of the ular newspapers sap that In all stability the archdioeeeeof Phlla deIphT Is Co be further subdivided Itt the erection of a See at Reading Hotwftvw this Is only a Jtor ear IntlaKO M Cr7 rs0GimlQ x Miss Anna McGllJ has retlrned from a trip to Atlantic City and 1 tho East Miss Minnie Neafus has returned froth a visit to Mrs Dan Martin at Vino Grove Mr and Mrs James McKenna o airfield woro welcome visitors hero last week Joseph Cain of New Albany has returned from a trip through ttho Southern States Mrs Eliza Burke and daughti Mrs Martha Tyler have returucil from a visit to friends In Owens boroMisses Catherine anti Agneslc Qann entertained a party of friends Saturday evening at their home In Deer Park Mrs J P Hanloy of Crescent Hill has had as her guest Miss Florence Kenney a popular YOUllg lady of Newport Mrs Frank E Muth Is expected tp return today from Moblle where sho visited relatives and attel1dClI the Mardi Gras festivities Miss Colla Lavcn left Saturday for a two weeks trip to New York Cit where she will visit friends and the leading fashion emporiums Miss Rose Burgy of Seventeenth and Magazine streets who has been seriously Ill has fully recovered and Is able to receive her friends Mr and Mrs Michael Meagher are rejoicing over tho arrival of a handsome baby boy The little one droppod in from babyland on Ion dayJohn Lally the Deputy Circuit Clerk In Judge Fields court who has been seriously ill will bo out and attending to business In a few days Miss Bezzle Hannan and niece Miss Alcen Hannan left Sunday to spend a week at Atlantic City nnd from there they will go to New York Mrs Catherine Fallon of Law rencoburg Ind has reurned to her home after a two weeks vlst to her son Lawrence Fallen of Now AI bony Tho Misses McCann of Jofferso vllle entertained most delightful last Saturday afternoon In honor o Mrs Frank Burke and Mrs Frank Griffith Miss Mario Barber of Springfield Ky arrived on Friday to spend several weeks as the guest of Miss Mario Maloney 324 West Breckl ridge street Dominic Gerardl the well know harper who Is 111 In St Joseph Infirmary is showing marked signs of improvement and his friend tope to see him out In a tow days Miss Lena Hallinan of 2620 West Main street who submitted to a evoro surgical operation at SU MarY and Elizabeth Hospital Inst week Is Improving and Is expected to be out soon Frank J Deuser and wife hay gone to housekeeping In their now bungalow 1826 Edgolond avenue hero they are receiving their fiends Before her marriage Mrs Jeuser was Miss Amy Steber Miss Minnie B Donahue of 1607 lufer avonue who left last week to ttend tho New Orleans Mardi Gras carnival is now visiting her cousin Dexter Smith at Memphis She Will return homo tho first of next week Thomas ODonneli of the Floyd ounty Bank who has been ill of tho mumps at hls house on East ak street Now Albany has almost ntlroly recovered and hopes to be able to resume his position next reek Will Hanson of 424 Garden street Is prepared to join tho sunshine club A now boy arrived at- his house on Monday morning The newcomer will be christened John David in honor of his maternal and paternal grandfathers Miss Julia Donovan of Now Albany and James Cox of Hunting burg Ind wero married in tho rectory of Holy Trlnly church Now Albany on Monday morning Tho Rev Father Charles Curran performed the marriage ceremony Miss Lucy Miller and John janler well known in South Louis vlUe were united in marriage by the I Rev Father OConnor of Holy Name church and are now on their bridal trip Upon their return they wlll go to housekeeping and be at- home to their friends at Central avo nue and Seventh street Misses Margaret and Nellie Han- nan dud brother William P Han- nan left Monday for New Orleans toattend the Mardi Gras festivities I They were accompanied by their niece Miss Helen Feathers tone and- will be the guests of John P Feath erstone Superintendent ot tho Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph mpany and a former resident of uisvllle during their three Weekl- Istay In the Crescent City delightful surprise was given B Blake at his home on West J Walnuttleet Monday eevening Covers were laid for fourteen Among those ntwete Misses- na Lopping Marie Heerj Minnie HIlDOld Geraldtae Wuerschi Therila Walter Marie Hunold Ana Wuersc Bernadlne Krapp and K MHHS Clifford FlelUj y clam hmenkUle Andrew Gtua 1MDj ardI Williams August Krapp limb r 1an D Blsick II I n NNeN NNHN NNNNNe 0N0e NNANINN + N NNONNN N e11NONeyNONNONN NNNGeI 1 INNNNINNA + N- 1NJASI GREENESH In I J ANruRE7sOF rs i t IFINEST FURNITURE i STARTS MONDAY MARCH 6 830 A M 1 1Ifthe saving of 1 on every 3 is any attraction you will come i to Louisville early Monday morning or order by mail at once II- II pay the freight charges IIIu FOR THE PARLOR Iifi SUITS FIVE PIECESSUITSAs Illustrated above Sofa Arm iI Chair Rooker and two Reception Chairs upholstered In Chase leather guaranteed extra high arms and latest style on tho mar ket spring edge and stool construction absolutely best suit over sold for the money worth I If for 4000 sale Specially at priced 2498 High Grade Combination Bookcases Combination Desk and Bookcase of the latest design has a glass door in front of tho book shelves it is made of selected oak finished in rich golden it has a handsome pattern plate shaped beveled mirror worth 1 16 For this Manufac + turers Outlet Sale 976 A very handsome Quartered Oak Combination Case highly polished elegantly carved very beautiful design glass front in bookcase door adjustable shelves large drawer underneath writing desk desk section with a large number of compartments for papers etc actually worth 2500 For this Manufac 3 1 turers Outlet Sale 1466 I Remember the Tele- phonesi Home 6500 ii Main 3454a Sofa Rocker Arm Chair two Reception Chairs upholstered in figured Verona or Chase leather mahogany finish mado first class worth 3500 Never has such a suit been offered at such a price Tha manufacturer who sent mo these Is ono of the best In the Priced atI998 711 DAVENPORTS Davenport illustrated above was made by ono of the best manufac turers in the United States up holstered In genuine Chase leather that will not crack or peel it possesses a deep wardrobe box underneath with a 3ply veneered bottom The movement is of patent automatic construe tion Impossible to get out of or der Will last a lifetime Ill back it against the world Thore are not so very many of thorn Bettor I hurry price I Sale 1498 A largo mixed lot of Pullman and Excello Davenports In oak and mahogany at prices that will barely inset their manufacturing cost Too numerous to mention separatelyBOX COUCH Cedarlined Box Couch with patented automatic hinges sub stantially constructed A veritable treasure to the economical housekeeper Comes in oak or imitation mahogany Theres about 50 of theseI Sale price l 1125 t i A wldo variety of Threopleco Suits Sofa Arm Chair and Floor Rocker In all finishes and up holstered designs too numerous to mention or Illustrate Suffice to say that you may get a wonderful and beautiful parlor full for PARLOR TABLES I Parlor Table 18inch square top quarter sawed polished worth 150 Salo price Quarter Oak Table 24Inch I top worth 326 Sale price t Table extra well made oak 22Inch top worth 1250 Bale to 9951 98c 179 IParlor 148 Chase Leather Couch Genuine Chase Leather Couch In oak frame over steel construe tloa artistic claw feet A very handsome and useful article made to sell at 1600 Sale price I I I I 919 For the Halll U II HALL RACK An Extra Handsome Hall Rack highly polished quartered oak very massive extra large mirror clean Inow goods right from tho manu facturer actual worth 2600 For this Manufacturers Outlet Sale off the floor or by mall 1585 if IHALL TREES t Halt Tree made of solid oak finished In golden It is fitted with a clear French beveled mirror um brolla rack pan and box It is cer tainly a remarkablo bargain actually worth 1100 For this Manufacturers Outlet Sale off the lloor or by man 645 This Hall Treo is mado throug out of richly grained quartersawei oak finished golden with large mIr ror nlco brass books neatly orna monted with umbrella bracket and drip pan actually worth 1300 For this Manufacturers Outlet Sale off the floor or by mall facturers Outlet Sale 775 r 1 lar 11Afor 965 II IMarchI 8 9 10 11 13141516J 111 ii CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS MA TTINGSII EVERYTHING FOR KITCHEN PARLOR AND BEDROOM 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET ttv i NMHH HhN1NNt NHHNNN NNN HN N HNNItfNNNHMJ1HNNMNKHI HNNL 4 n- n a DU u 0j StaZM KENTUOKYIRX AMERICAN J + + ++ H f4je+4 ++ Iran W Smiths Son I AL SMITH Proprietor 1 funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 09 W JEFFERSON STREETm TELEPHONE 810 t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 JeJ1 BARRETTS SONS Eli FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S 13 L t Maim Street fttfflllllfllllffllllfllllt I I I u t- DI DOUGHERTY S J MCHLLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT r M Funeral Directors and Embalmers e Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS f fAllCalls Aniwirid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET ++ + tf H + +t+tf+t rr 1 rt ++t+t+ + + + I i t ri+ VTIKE WINES AU KaLij7AORF8I 845 West UQUOKB CIGARS rI ttt t UUII U I It c H THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Ail calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occaaloni 1225 W MARKET ST I Independent of All Undertakerse KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty nOME PHONM 10- 77THOMPSONCBe FLORIST IO1IY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone OBO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeflfersonvllle Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Icsane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA I1ERCYHOSPITAL Syrks Anne Jeftertanvllle Ul GET YOUR BARGAINS I AT TI- IEWINTER Shoat Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON price Listt et BeefAll Choice Cats Round Steak lOc Sirloin Steak lOc Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc Rt Steak l0c Chuck Steak 3 IbsZSc Porterhouse Steak lOc Pure Hg Lard 12c Choice Roasts per Ib8and lOo All cuts of Pork per Ib 12 I Ends per Ib Sc ICountrySausagelOc per Ib Preston St near Lynn HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS ViNE WINES AND LIQUORS Dietlllen wid Wholesale Deal sID Fiimt Brands of Kes tacky WblekJes etpeeiaHy PearlQJ Nelsonr I BOTTLBD IN BOND Tel Le evtMt XS4 SIXTN STItlfT 1 tCRVLEYS WednesdayNIghts BESSIE MCOY And One Hundred Others in the Sing- Ing und Dancing Frolic THE ECHOWith same company that appeared so tong at the Globe Theater New York THE NEW AVENUE I NEW PRICES FOR TilE NEW YEAR I Reserved Seats All Lower Floor Front Rows Fam Circle Back Rows Fam Circle 50 35 25 No Higher NEXT WEEK The White Squaw Matinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday 251 CASINO AND ORPBEUM 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 Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville ANb Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday continuous All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCall Gtias fl Rooers era BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a caU and inspect our line of goods They ate the finest of their kind in the city kilts Magazines fall Religlws Aiiklts or mvlonr DSORIPTIOH 434 West Jefferson Street CENTRAL FURNITURE Cot Incorporated N W Car Third aril Qreea Sit We furnish the home corn plete oa easy payment WM CALUQHAN Mir Suet Dept 3 Borders are seen llmoatof the cotton fabric PIONEER ITALIAN DEAD John Valla a welt known Italiai cltlron of Louisville died at his home on the Bardstown road on Thursday evening of last week The deceased was born in Genoa Italy sixtytwo years ago but had spent more than forty years of his life in Loulavlllo For a number of years ho engaged In the fruit business and later conducted a cafe at Third and Green streets He retired to private life twelve years ago He is sur vived by his wife who was Miss Catherine Carraro and four chil dren The children are Mrs Peter Sanl Mrs B D Obermoler Mrll C E Kelly and John Valla Four sis ters also survive They are Mes dames Louis Carraro Sr Mrs An thony Bergalntni Mrs Rose Oatto of San Francisco and Mrs Henry Mazzoni who Is now In Europe The funeral took place from St James church on Sunday afternoon Mr Valla was a thorough Christian and an excellent citizen and neighbor His mourning relatives have the sympathy of many friends In their grief ABOUT THE TOPES Two hundred and sixtyfour Popes have filled the See of St Peter About eighty of thorn are venerated upon tho altars of Cath olic ctturiitics Among these thirty five are martyrs and fortytwo are honored s conTes80rsandpontiUs- Eugenf 1f 1n and Urban V have been ftom time Immemorial honored as blessed and this devotion toward them was recognized and confirmed under tho Pontificate of Plus IX Fortynine Pontiffs of various na tionalities have occupied tho chair of St Peter namely Fifteen Greeks seven Syrians three Afri cans fourteen Frenchmen four Germans one Englishman and one Belgian The other Popes have all been Romans or Italians Fiftysix Popes were members of religious orders MELBOURNE CATHEDRAL Up to the present St Patricks Cathedral Melbuurno Australia which is still incomplete has cost about 1150000 and of this sum about 53000 has been spent on it by Archbishop Carr The building is now free from debt It is now proposed In view of the twenty fifth anniversary of Archbishop Carrs appointment which will occur in September of the present year to finish the towers and erect a proper porch in front of the main door tho whole to cost 70000 There Is no intention at present of completing the lantern tower a work that could not be carried out for less than 2000000 IRELANDS CENSUS The decennial census of Ireland will be taken on April 2 and tho numeration all over the country mutt take place on one day The actual work will bo done by the po lice who will distribute and collect he forms which must be filled up by tbo head of each household It Is expected that tho now census will show ythatvIfelaudhaBtho highest real birth rate in Europe- MACAULE1S Miss Bessie McCoy comes to ITacauleys+ Monday night for four performances in the musical comedy The Echo Miss McCoy has not been hero for a number of years and this is her first visit since she became a star Tho same company that supported her during her long engagement at the Globe Theater- In New York will appear hero STROKE PROVES FATAL Thomas Connolly aged sixtynine years a veteran of the civil war and widely known and highly respected resident of Newport died Saturday night at his home 419 Columbia street following a stroke of paralysis Besides his wife two sons and two daughters survive him Tho funeral took placo with a requiem high mass lit tho Church of tho Im maculate Conception on Tuesday morning and was largely attended THE FIRST FIREMEN Tho first organized lire depart mont was In Paris Franco and the firemen were monks By a special clause In their constitutions the religious ot the Franciscan Jacobite AugusUnlan and Carmelite orders were obliged to betake themselves rjth buckets axes and ladders whcr vet a flro took place In tbe- city From tho tributes paid them In old chronicles In the letters of tlad me do Sovlgne and tho poems ot Jean Soret it is clear that the fIremenmonks gave many Instances- of heroism unsurpassed by oven the most brilliant feats of their successors today POPE GROWS STRONGER Dr Marchrafara the Popes physician Is authority for the statement that Plus X Is now enjoying better health than at any time since lio entered the Vatican His recent attack of Influenza gave him only brief Inconvenience ST PATRICK IN LONDON Hon John E Redmond will preside over the Irish National banquet- to be held in London on St Pat ricks day The London Irish Nationalists will celebrate the saints day on Thursday March 16 PRESIDENT HONORS PRIEST President Taft has appointed Rev John D Coyle pastor of St Johns church New Haven Coma to a place on the committee ef the endowment fund of the National Red Cross Society FIRST RAILROAD TRAIN On August 28 18310 the first Amrlo n bnllt railroad train made its initial Journey The train carried pie nperi In 1U one little ear and I made a7 trip of fourteen miles Incite hens and lateen minutes to the i t Uf 3lFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Bobk and save- S per cent on your ice bill i lOur Ice Is made trom distilled water only Family delivery wilt be satisfactoryWe fcefoquantity i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED i1 NOONelN1rNN0e0 N E Cor Pearl and Floyd Street 0e0e Ladies FOREaster i Bring your old straw and hair braid hats in early We will clean dye and shapesFeathers FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS Banister Co Props 713 W Jefferson St Louisville OOOQoc FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM e F MAYER 419 W MARKET S- TMONUMENTS 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 call MULDOONMonument i 613 W Green St Louisville IKy utter aston1shmeneo tn6 natives who predicted all s rts of direfcalamities from such speed madness This was the beginning of the Balti morok Ohio railroad the oldest American road RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Mary Garrity who died at tho family residence 1211 Rogers street on Sunday even tug ttfbk place from St Aloysius I church on Wednesday morning The deceased was twentytwo years old and of a most lovable disposition She Is survived by her parents Mr and Mrs John Garrity and two brothers James Garrlty a member of the No 11 Engine Company and John Garrity Jr The funeral of William Corcoran who died In Buffalo N Y on Friday took place from tho resI Idenceof his sister Mrs Owen Sulli van 1252 Cherokee road on Sunday afternoon The religious services were conducted nt St Patricks church Tho deceased was born In Louisville twentynine years ago and was tho son of the lato Martin Corcoran one of Louisvilles pioneer coppersmiths and manufacturers Dallas B Brown one of the best known and most efficient railroad clerks In Louisville died at the homo of his brother Walter Brown 2228 West Broadway last Saturday He had been ill several weeks tend his death was not unexpected The deceased Is survived by two daugh ters Mrs Lottlo McCollum and Miss Catherine Brown Capt George Brown of the First police district Id a brother of tho deceased The funeral took place bn Sunday after noon LATEST IN STYLES Stripes are predicted as a coming rage The new Velvets are as soft and rOldrt fashionable also steel crystal and earlThere i towardmannishments Plaited flounces are In evidence now and will be seen on the lin gerie models Double roucblng In some cases fringed on both sided ia a new trimming feature I Tucks and trillsl shirrlags and elaborate embroideries and laces will figure in the pretty profusion that women find so adorable but with It all there will continue a strict observance of Ila Hgme as the Preach say and after allI line Is everything theII Marquisette cotton voles wash erepec will any and all of them be uted a great dealtthis wring and lieeerie popular of the threeatetiaie ila the l defOn GERMAN STUDENTS ARRIVE The 1tostTtev James E Quigley Archbishop of Chicago feels the urgent necessity of more Herman archdloccseHeat St Bernards Seminary at Rochester N Y for the entrance there of ten students who have arrived from Germany This is the largest number of students to come at the same time from Europe to St Bernards The young men will finish their phiipsophlcal end theological studies there and will be or dained eventually for the archdiocese of Chicago The students hall from various German provinces and ArchbishopQuigley leadingGerman HELD BRIEF SESSION verybrletadjourned out of respect to the memory of Father A C Kornan 0 nightPresldont lIarryBradafter a long Illness Much Interest was manifested in the St Patricks day celebration and the members were unanimous in a decision to ap proach holy communion on Sunday March 19 Before adjourning prayers were offered for the repose of Father Kernans soul- HONORED The Kentucky retail hardware and stove dealers held their annual session In Louisville last week Two gentlemen well and favorably known throughout the State were chosen to fill the highest offices John R Sower of Frankfort was elected President and J C Kirchdorfcr of this city was elected First Vice President Mr Sower is Past President of Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus Mr Klrch dorfer is an active member of Trin ity Council Y M I DEATH AT 8JIEL11YVILLE Miss Julia T Tevis OBryan a prominent Catholic lady of Shelby ville died at the family residence in that city on Sunday She is sur vived by her mother Mrs Mary OBryan and three sisters Mrs B K Kinney and Misses Mollie and Nelllo OBryan Tho funeral took place from the Church of the An nunciation on Tuesday morning and was largely attended The Rev Father J H Riley celebrated the mass of requiem and paid a fitting tribute to the deceased CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB The Catholic Womans Club elect ed seven Directors last Monday The election began at 8 oclock in the morning and balloting did not cease until 8 oclock in the evening The Directors chosen on Monday were Miss Maggie Judge Mesdames B J Jansen George Iloortz Jr Charles Smith Minnie Worst and D F Mur phy The new members will meet with the seven old members next Monday to elect a President several Vice Presidents a Secretary and Treasurer MASONIC THEATER With Wright Lorimer in the title role The Shepherd King will bo presented at the Masonic Theater aUof next week with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday The Shepherd King deals with the life of David from the time he left his home on the hillside until be- was crowned King and successor to Saul ASH WEDNESDAY OBSERVED Tho attendance at all the churches on Ash Wednesday morn ing and evening was large and must have been gratifying to all thn pastors It indicated that the Catholics of Louisville had been Influenced by the spirit of tent and that hey propos d to make the season a holy one FATHER OF FATHERS ThiTword Pope is derived from the Latin papa whfch Is of uncertain origin but Is by many supposed- to haVe been formed from the union of the first syllable of the two words peter patrum meaning father i of fathers It Is used by Catholics to designate only the successor of St Peter because ho Is the father ot flll other fathers that is Bishops and priests of the churchand tber for In religious matters the visible head of the people FATTIER KRESS AVORK During the sixteen years of mission work among nonCatholics Father Kress of Cleveland Ohio has received Into tho church 2600 persons an Average of 162 a year NOVEL CORSET COVER To make pretty serviceable corset covers buy mercerized waistlng with pattbettor but the corset never shows theyibroidered In some design and worn under the lingerie waists- TROUBLE If you think you have more and greater troubles than anyone else It would be welt to put the Idea out of your mind A little observation will acquaint you with the fact that the commodity Is very widely dis tributed In the world and your portion lIn comparison with some at your neighbors IIs really an unequal distribution In your favor POTATO BAKES IRlOB Tof boiled rice stiff and cOld one cupful ot cold mashed potatoes one enlonethird cupful bit flour one lerel Jteaspoonful bait lug powder It1o taste Drop froDlIJPoonollaiId4le asand area likes pafacakes If batter IIB stiff possible the rakes win be deU4 n RANK FEHR BREWING I INOOI pORATmD i I Brewers and Bottle LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 f SENN ACKERMA BREWING COMPANYLWOOHPORATMD LOUISVILLm ss PALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orde a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone via rHB WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bare and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent find Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky i JOHN is FRAN 1 l WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET I TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE OHNFOERTELC0INCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUlSVlLLBi 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for itself under proper ALTER S ADAMS CO Selling Agents INCORPORATED iano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods it is our purpose to advise with all along Intelligent course of real worth for theto pursue is a pianoone money you invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal to the ownership of a piano terms of payment privileges you the day you make your selection by Investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt- Ing of our service in treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite Inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO OsaBO13O FOURTJI AVENUE Home Phon It 1313 8 I MM I GIVE A Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 65c Phone a Order M Liles w I Z41t2IaIDT t37 12ICET 9 Unusual Chance IIIIJHE REBATE TICKET 212Ibs JOHN MULLOY IIIsII lad and an efficient working organization for the manufacture of cars and trucks The construction is simplified improved and protected by patents admitting of lower manufacturing cost and showing A greater efficiency durability lower cost of operation and upkeep than car on the marketany The profit possibilities are big Limited participation is offered In the sale of Stock at par value 5 a share presenting excep tional opportunity for safe and judicious investment Write today to THAD PEAKE for full Information and list of rep re entative local business and professional men who have invested American Automobile Manufacturing Company aOBata MacilH Hank Building touUvlllc Ky KODAK SUPPLIES And Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMWQ JeffersonI I fPIIJMi The Last DollarT- hat = i you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this to bear Interest twice a year There MAY COME a time when your COMPOUJDEDI ImtuVfee spent for something you DO liEEDTbeSA I dollars you are wasting might keep that hard tlmS j Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m aile I f IIALFOFYOURTROUBLEGONEWhen Ik in Your Building MAOTJFACTURKU BY CKY WALL PLASTER GO t Incorporttcd Itssef c j 61o Hocwler Wail PlMter Plant eireoevuie Ind Phone W ii Brief Testimonial of Those Who Last Trip and Purchased We the undersigned with to state that we have inspected the Flor ida George Farms and found the land as represented In every particular and are more than pleased with our purchase Signed DrJ T Dunn Fred F Fernow D C F BoRges D M Melton J A Gregg W n Rowland M F Collier Chas D Adams D J Wlllil A J Reed G W KirkJ R L BarnesA D MaSi has received a dozen letters like the Ky Jan 1g1911 Walter S Adams Co Gentlemen I have looked over your Lake George Farms and the Frultland Peninsula Territory and I am glad to say every statement you have made is fully justified Yours truly SU GALEN C WESTERFJELDI1124 S TWentg eighth s2 linesthe selecting superior Incorporated Trial Treasury 321 W Opp I Ibank tlag Went Lake following HIBERNIANS Ir What They Have Been Qolng the Past WeekGeneral News Notes Recently Ladles Auxiliary 16 ot Philadelphia Initiated a class ot thirtyeight new njembers The Onondaga County Board has donated 100 to the House of the Good Shepherd In Syracuse N Y Every member of Division 1 has been notified to be at the meeting Tuesday night The degree teat will also report Division 3 meets Monday night the last regular session before St Patricks day All members are urged to attend The Ladles Auxiliary at Dayton Ohio held an impressive initiation last Sunday and largely augmented their membership Rev William B Ryan of Coving ton has offered to assist In every way possible In organizing a division In St Anns parish Division 1 of Buffalo gave a very successful entertainment and dane tor the benefit of St Patricks church in that city Final settlement of the Irish day celebration shows that the great re union at Plttsburg netted the County Board 4000 James J Regan the National President was In UticafQ YT St Sunday and addressed a Joint meet ing of the Oneida county divisions The Ladles Auxiliary at Meriden Coun paid out last year 1600 for sick and death benefits but still has a balance of 3000 In the treasury All the divisions In Syracuse are arranging for Initiations early tills month so that the parade on St Patricks day will be much larger than usual The Daily Independent notes that the dance at the Comus Club under the auspices of the Ashland Ladles Auxiliary was largely attended and proved delightful In the extreme The members of the four Louis rule divisions and ot the Ladies Auxiliary will receive holy com munion at the early mass at St Pat ricks clnycE on Sunday morning March 13- Division 19 of Waltham Mass began tho year with over 7000 In Its treasury which it is hoped to increase to such an amount as will enable tho holding of the next In stallation its its own home Right Rev Bishop ODea a dreas ing the Hibernians at Seattle de flared that If his words could do It every Irish and IrishAmerican Catholic in America would be a member of the Ancient Order Fort Wayne Hibernians will celebrate St Patricks day with tho time honored parade before the high tunas in St Patricks church The evening address will be delivered by the Hon Joseph W Kenney of In Jlanapolls New Orleans Hibernians will keep 3t Patricks day by a grand reunion after hearing mass at St Patricks shurch His Grace Archbishop Blenk will preside at the mass and the choral class of tho Knights ot Columbus will sing Perosls mass JEFF ERSONVILLK MAT11OX DIES The funeral of Mrs Mary A Cowman of Jeffersonvllle tools place from St Augustines church In that city on Monday morning the Rev Father OConnell officiating for death occurred at her home 712 Ohio avenue on Saturday morning Previous to her marriage the deceased was Miss Mary A Gan I non Sho was fortysix years of I age and had spent her entire life in I offersonvllle She Is survived by I berbusband Michael Cowman andCourcblldren lames Clarence lollle and Margaret Cowman Mrs Jowman was an active worker for many charities and her death is mourned throughout the city MOTION PICTURES Both the Orpheum and Casino of ter new and attractive motion plc urea during the owing week The Ictures at both hell show houses re improving J constantly Hun eJredof CathollM saw the motion plcturesot Arc bishop Ryans fu eras at the Or sum this week It faI this kind of lrt and science that beoomes an edt atlotul rTIHI lanagement Jt these houses are nntlnually BoJtlriK for the best and n1tT9 it e feature- sr FROM AN OHIO PURCHASER- This Is part ofa letter written bye lady from Cincinnati Ohio who purchasedToand enjoy the riches of earth and the fullness thereof this is the land and here is the spot that Is calling to him with a voice that onto heard and with eyes that once saw can not be forgotten Every condition every situation every faculty which makes for byIadaptability and inexhaustible richness lies rcadv for the plow eager r partrin this spot SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION I1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesda- yPresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tompkins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Sei geantatrmsLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilnoteenth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vlco President Hugh HourIgan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial Secretary J G Hes sionTreasurerDJ Dougherty SerfieantatArjns James Stevens Sonttnel Thdinas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reill- ySergeantatArmsWilliam Cal lagbanSenttnolM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldentJohn O Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc GrodyFinancial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasUrerB A Coll SorgeantatArms Michael Oar rltySentlnelThomns Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y X x MAOKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson VJce Presidents Joseph J Han ocklA C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary H Ker ergTreasurerW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart tJ1J1f n Iq i Mrs Rose Anna Welts the Washington Texa writes March 10 1910I could not Bleep for two months was weak nervous had paIns In the heart my blood was cold and I always felt as up In the all Could not do anything without taking medicine Now I testify that Pastor Koeniga curedIs the only remedy which me in a short time- Hamburg Iowa March 10 1910 My nineyearold son was afflicted with Epileptic Fits treated by the best doctors here and in Omaha but without success Rev Cook in Conned Bluffs recommended then Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic Since taking this remedy he had just one attack of fits In the last four months and 1 have faith that It will cure him entirely I recommend it to all who are troubled with epileptic spells FREE jcPENti A Valuable Rook en Wes bottle vouet D1aeasaeaadaSample UoSttaO t ebe BM4MM frt CypeM b the Bkv UJCoarne tort Warae lad sillae jA6 sad sow by the KOENIS MEp00 ChloapIII I loo Lak8treieL- s4 W Drag4N M f tN b ti l i lrter1te IILeIIIe 4 n HOME PHONE 1729 RNIIfllTS OF COL1IBIIS Late News That Will Irjteres Members Here and Else where Another new council has been organized at Sterling Col Blue Grass Council of Lexington will Initiate a class on Sunday Aprl1 23 Three degrees were exemplifIed before a large class last Sunday at Darlington Ws- Twentyfive candidates wen given the degrees at the Joint inltla Lion at Shelby ville Ind Delegates from eleven cities and towns met in Buffalo last week and formed a Sixth Assembly district At Vincennes Ind the Knight Have formed a building associatIon and are looking out for quarters Cincinnati Knights are arranging to give a mission at the Cathedral during the week beginning April i2 San Francisco Knights have begun preparations for entertaining visiting Knights during tho Panama Exposition in 1916 The March Issue of the Columbia had a comprehensive article on NonReligious Instruction front Dr James J Walsh PUtsburg and Duquesne Councils will be consolidated next month thus giving the Smoky City a compact body of 600 members The bazar for the Knights of Vln cennes Ind cleared over 4000 This will be applied to the now home to be brected this year Under the auspices of the council at Superior Wis a weeks mission was conducted by the Paullsl Fathers Dovery and Mullaly Delegates representing twenty seven assemblies of the fourth degree attended the first annual district convention in Milwaukee last week Prof J C Monaghan National Lecturer who recently suffered ta paralytic stroke was warmly greeted when ho appeared at Hennl Assem bly banquet at Milwaukee on Wednesday of last week Reports of the national officers tor the year ending December 31 1910 show that the aggregate cash on hand from all funds was 24213046 The receipts for the tear aggregated 119633480 The assets amount to 332696079 Supreme Knight James A Flaherty will be the guest of Cor- rigan Council New York City next Wednesday evening Supreme Court Justice McCall will preside and among the Knights who will attend are Supremo Court Justices Dowllng Delany Goff Amend Blegerlch Hendrlck and OGorman v Columbus day Is now a legal holiday in nineteen States They are California Colorado Connecticut tdahb Illinois Kentucky Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Missouri Montana New Jersey New York Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania and Vermont Oklahoma and Idaho are the two latest States to honor the discoverer of America UP WITH TIm TRADE Schloman Bosse the popular larket street hatters are furnishing spring headgear for everybody this ear Early in the week they so I ured contracts for furnishing the spring caps for policemen and tire len Since then they have been warded the contract for the spring ana summer caps for motormen and onductors of the Lotilsvllle Railway Company However this rush of luslnees Is not interfering with their IndivIdual trade Schleman losse have hats and caps to fit any head and suit every purse FLORIDA TRIP Thd last free excursion to the Lake George farms in Florida will tlonscal1 on Walter Adams In the- Paul Joneq building Immediately the advertisement In another Jnead Mr Adams U doing a nice mslnesa in Florida lands and not a little ot his trade hat come through he Kentucky Irish American Jharjes Catei a former Louisville dftchlnlsttlIoW working for the Jnlt d States Government In the canal sons WUJO1eaHtt with the dams ad that he purchased a lot vithout asking other reteren1 j a CATHOLIC CHUHCll CRESCENT CiTYiIIV This Investment Opportunity Should go right home to you Ten acres twill produce Fruits and Vegetables to the va of 3000 to 5000 per annum This is being demonstrated all around o property and should interest you when you ci get in now for 30000 for Ten Acres and pay fit over a period of five years 307 Paul Jones Building HIyou aaa + AiCII t BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield K Try That Captain Mike Home Phone ALL5337 B J SAND Distributor 722 WEST JEFFERSON ST M J BANNON rI Pres Mgr rei West 573 I I IT- SMOKES RIGHTI GEHE1R SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET surI TUN CIUNBRATUD NORTHN STAR REFRIGERATORRR- The Only 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