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II U 1- 1jJ o 0- U KENTuKY IRISH AMERICAN r f iflUMEXXVLNO 12LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 25 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 HEAVEN JJ- I I the Only Kingdom For ErlnM U Sons and Daughters to Strive For r Anniversary ot Irelands Apoa tie Piously Observed at St Patilck 1 Sermon bt Bishop ODonaghu f Was in Keeping WithS Occasion r MANY CLERGY WERE PRESENT i In Lent the churches and their I altars are usually bereft of flowers and other decorations but on Bt Patricks day there lis a difference sr the pastor and his people have any Irish blood and Irish spirit Nowhere In Louisville was St Patricks day more fervently celebrated than at St Patrickr church on Friday morn- Ing of last week Very Rev Father James P Cronln V G pastor of the church had seen to it that the decorations were both elaborato and tasteful ivory window had ItsII quota of ferns and palms trailing green plants graced the altars and I the electric harps on either side of the main altar when Illuminated lent character and meaning to Ire lands green white and gold The mass began at 930 oclock but long before that the clans began to gather Kerry and Mayo Doven and Cork In fact every quarter of the dear old Emerald Isle bad numbers of their representatives there They were there nottO forgot their ancient English tyrants but to glory in the deeds of Erins sons and They were there not to forget their ancient English tyrants but to glory in the deeds of Erins eons and daughters Irish flags supplemented tko electric harps and lent additional harmony to the color I scheme Forty or more of the clergy tpok part in the celebration Neither were they all of Irish birth or blood There were Germans and Italians Americans and French In the gath ring Led by acolvtos the imposing procession entered the church from Father nIB residencee o Tho bar it mony of color was perfect If any I human scheme can be called perfect Franciscans In black and brown Dominicans in white the officers of the mass In white and gold and the Right Rev Bishop In purple made a 1 Ballon picture never to be forgot tenBlehopODonaghue occupied a throne on the gospel side of the altar Father P M J Rock and Louis Ohio sat beside him as deacons of honor Vicar General Cronln celebrated the mass with Father George Weiss as deacon and Father John T Hill as subdeacon The music of the mass was furnished by an augmented choir with orchestral accompaniment and was thoroughly In keeping with the spirit of the dayProf Leo Schmitt arranged and carried out the music with taste After the first gospel Bishop ODonaghuo ascended the pulpit and preached the panegyric of St Pat rick It was the Bishops first St Patricks day sermon in Loulsvlllo How was ho going to handle it Would hd be Irish or nonIrish The Bishop settled it satisfactorily Ho was Irlstt he was American and above an a dignitary of the church and a I dlsclpleCJf St Patrick Bishop jODonaghue told those as sembled that they were there to celobralo St Patricks day but he added that ho had no new story to tell of St Patrick He said that It was good to show respect for all the satnts of the church They wore all disciples of Christ and we who Imiatethem are heirs of the saints Heaven Is the destined nation of all countries Here on earth tho lines may be slightly drawn from time to time In favor of different saints and different countries The Bishop ex plained how St Patrick was being honored In so many countries today because his apostolicity stands unique In that he was not a native of Ireland and yet his disciples are all over the world in spreading the faith After the advent of St Patrick Ireland beclImaa school for the other nations of Europe He told In graphic words the story of IrelandsI n persecution during the days of Cromwell who wanted to send all the Irish to bejl or Connaught But the Bishop added But God help UE there is a few of us left BishopII ODpnaghuo also recounted theI works of the twelve apostles but showed that their individual work ia not commensurate with the work of the great apostle of Ireland After the mass the Bishop andl clergy were entertained at dinner by B Jthr Cronin and it was a sureI enough Iirtoh dinner The Clare men and the Limerick men hobnobbedt with those from Donegal and MayoI after the mass fcrid shook hands in good faith Just a theylaad prayedI rl4urJng the mane thtfTnwiYen not Ireland was to be their final king dom MT rOlJJlPHg DAY l LujSt JGMPUB day i and as Midi was oUte t itby thiI peoiil tit JoMphv ohureh AVaah Inrtoaand Webster BtrMts At731 I ocloeVl HWH bljh fM j wai ek trtsd and at Owt WMNaJJef tfca U L mea of St Josephs Society approached holy communion A seCond solemn high mass was celebrated at 10 oclock and a sermon was preached by Father Ignatius With ens 0 F M la the evening at 231 oclock solemn vespers were sung The ceremonies closed with benedlo tlon and the singIng of the T Dnum flEAL ARTS Colleens Come to Show ltlshWarcs In Thta Country A bevy of Irish girls have In vaded the United States ono more to make a tour of tho dnpartmen stores In the big cities and show Americans what Erins daughters can do In the way of making lace and painting on China and leather The young ladles are Misses Marion OShea Eileen Noone Bridget Me Loughlin and Bridget Quinn Miss OShea Is the head of the party They arrived In New York last week Miss McLoughlin has brought with her aI loom and will make rugs Miss Noone will paint on leather and china and Miss Quinn will make Irish lace and crochet- A reporter for ono ot the New fork dally papers was InterviewIng these Irish tourists and asked Do you believe In woman suf frageI guess not answered Miss Quinn decidedly Women ought to I stayat home all they can they can do enough and more by Just helping and loving the men Of course Womaa suffrage Isnt talked about I much at homo though for suffragists are about as thIck In Ire land as are snakes Miss OShea explained the girls not only will show visitors how the work is done but also will do It under conditions like those under which they work in Ireland All will wear much the samo costume as that of MissNoone yesterday which Is patterned after the dress of the Irish women of the fifteenth century And when the exhibit tour Is over Miss OShea added were going to pay attention to just one thing that Is a song of our own which I guess youve heard Coma Back to Erin ENTHUSIASM In Division 1 AO HOver Proposal for StreetvvM u 5w T TCL Jj miij 1 ii i Parade Division 1 A O Hheld a lively session on Tuesday and it seemed that the old guard had made a spe cial rally for the eevning President William Murphy occupied tho chairII and dispatched the business No bills were presented neither is there a member on the sick list All ii wero pleased when Tim Sullivan made his after a long cordlaljgreetingI On behalf of the County Board Thomas Lawler announced that the musical soiree on Sunday night was a success In every way Ho also said that a complete report would be mado at the next meeting All present commended the Idea of the County Board In deciding upon a street procession for next St Pat ricks day Happy talks along this line and commending the affair of Sunday evening wero made by Thomas Lawler Thomas Dolan and others Tho young lady that sang The Songs My Mother Used to Sing caught me said Tom Dolan I It brought back fond memories of days long ago After that I enjoyed everything Tim Sullivan also mado I a brief talk congratulating the com mittee that had arranged the musical entertainment and said the members were to be commended for their good Judgment and excellent work III In order to make a creditable showing in the parade on next St Patricks day Dlvjston 1 has begun a campaign for new members It Is expected to Initiate a class at an early date and tho degree team from Division 3 will exemplify tho work OFFICERS INSTALLED Holy Trinity Branch of the Cath olic Knights of America and ono of the two branches In New Albany held its Installation of officers last Sunday Supreme Deputy Joseph P McGinn wont from Louisville to New Albany to conduct the cerer monies He was accompanied by State Secretary William T Meehan Supreme Delegate Harry Veonoman General Michael Relcbert Charles Falk and William M Higgins The members of the branch and the vis itors attended vespers at Holy Trla sty church after which the Knights assembled In their regular hall After I the Installation short talks were made by several of the members It it expected that a Joint meeting of Holy Trinity and St Mary branches will be held within a short time Both have been invited ip affiliate with Louisville Central Committee it PAULIST MISSIOXAItY DFAD I TheneT lIathi Patrick Grady C BPdled la Roosevelt Hoipltal I New York City last Saturday morning Death follQwedn operationI Ifor app ttdiHtls Father Grady wasI born in the County Cavaa Ireland nr 189 JI was lordalnfd as intmber of tbe Paiillii community hi 1tIOi purl Ills 1tfl iIOIft tbs itrt hi waa eoii5Ir a fore =n l lowiry ib ri 0 u 1- o ttrJi- J tifo DEVOTION To Mysteries of the Passion of Our Lord Occupy Leaton Weeks As Holy Week Approaches the I Seasons Solemnities Are IncreasedI4tiari i I Chief Relics ot the Crucifixion Are Preserved inVarious Cathedrals SPIRIT OF CATHdLIG CHORCH A week Jrom tomorrow will be Passion Sunday and commemorates the beginning of the more solemn part of Lent The images of the cruet fixion and other statues are veiled In purple so to remain until GoodII Friday The Judlca psalm InItroltI Images has descended from ancient times and is followed on account the last words of the days otII And Jesus hid himself and leftII the temple Passion Sunday is a preparation for Palm Sunday and other solemn days of Holy Week thoI The wholo of Lent is I to tho commemoration of tho sufferII Inga and death of Christ our Divine Redeemer but the last two weeks are so consecrated In a more par ticular manner During Passion week Catholics are called upon to meditate upon the agony of our Lord In the Garden of Gethsomane of his betrayal by Judas of his scourging at the pillar of his crowning with thorns of the car riage of his cross of his ignomlnous death for the sins of men To con form to tho views of holy mother church during the last two weeks of Lent faithful Cathollc redouble their devotions and fervor The devout member of the church humiliates himself and chastises his appetites at this season of tho year in order that bo may suffer in some slight respect as Ho suffered for Our sakes It is during Passion Week and Holy Week that God pours out his most precious gracOs to those who enter into themjwlves ntseBlrOjto bo united with Christ in spirit and In holiness It is a common aud devout practice to follow the dove lion of tho Way ot the Cross during the next two weeks Enter any Catholic church morning noon or evening and you will find the totter orIof ten or twelve moving from ono station to another and contemplat ing the sufferings of our Dltrino deathIot to served In various churches throughout I the world There is a compara lively large piece of the holy cross In the Santa Gerusalemmo In Rome and another in the Cathedral ot Notre Dame in Paris while a num ber of churches In different countries preesrvo tiny bits as precious relics Hero In Louisville there was a small piece of the cross enshrined In a reliquary at St Johns church during Father Baxa regime On Good Friday evenings he always ex posed It for the veneration of the faithful Tho Inscription of the crossI N R IIs also in tho Basilica Santa Croce In Geru RomeI thorns is in tho Saint Chappellq at Paris while other churches in different countries have several of the thorns Of the three nails with which our savlour was niin u to thi cross ono Is at Ml lzaln the iron crown of the r enIr1 of tho nails is in the Cathedral of Notre Dame In Paris while the third Is in the Capllla des Palaplo Real at Madrid Spain CLLLED HOME Joe Plrmann Has Entered Into His Eternal Rest The business community of Louisville was shocked last Monday when it was learned that Joseph Pirrman i I Vice President of the Falls City III Brewing Company had succumbed to liver trouble Mr Plrrman wasI born In Louisville fiftyone yearsI ago and had lived here all his lifeI at 143 North Fourth avenue tfwoI nerlwltethef01l0w1ling Cunningham The deceased was a member of the Fraternal Order of l1g1esLnd the Red Man The fu neral took place from St Michaels church on Wednesday and was At tended by many moOrniBg friend and former busnes oolleaguaa Joe Plrnnaa was one of naUres noblemen a diamond laI the rough Jlehad always t cheery word for hS mighbor was ea of tM first to jiut a sand la hisI peeket for 1tarlliT was a foed bnalMMI MMB a ised itiMa1 aM it pnstMl Ostlis jXtl a Ii t 1 U 0 u G- N 1 f r ii 11 1 1 j type of maa ifkM paselag is to be lamented The pallbearers were Willlat Peters Joseph Dacher Theodore Evers Beajamlai Shrader Joseph Repetto WlllWia Smith Adam Dealer and William Moeller MACK1N1 COUNCIL Will Hold BlK Reunion ror Its Pormey Members MondayV ilackla CouriclUl with President Samuel L Robertson 1n the chair carried out Its usual programme Monday evonlag prompt opening energetic business and early adjournment Slow draggy sessions have proven disastrous in tlmei past Will Quill who has been ill for several week nas reported Improved but tho condition of Michael Carroll was reported quite serious Mr Carroll submitted to a serious surgical operatfon In Chicago early this week The attendance was splendid One nt1W application was received rThe reported progress and that the undertaking this year was to be on a more olab orate plan than ever before This means a great deal when the successes of the Jastfour years are taken Into consideration Rehearsal are progressing regularly and the chorus has grown to sixty members DUring the evcalag tho members were reminded that there was to be a reunion of all the old and new members of Mackin Council next Monday night There will bo cigars and all former members of the coun bll are invited to come to the old club house to spend a pleasant evening GOY W1LLSON Won Plaudits In Descrlb Ins What Our State Needs Hon Augustus E Wlllson Governor of Kentucky was one of the I guests of honor jvhea the Friendly Sons of St Patrick In Cincinnati held their annual banquet on Friday night of last week Among the other guests and speakers wero Judge John Donovan pc Milwaukee and Judge Marcus KJvanagh of Chi cago1All of thjH speakers were brilliant in their etequenco By antI by Coy Wlllsoni8r turn to speak came l IH t ld lnand advantages of Kentucky and then said I will toll you what Kentucky needs Hero he paused I Water water chorused several hundred Friendly Sons I No said Gov Wlllson we need irt Kentucky more Irish police I men and Irishmen to be Judges like Judge Donovan of Milwaukee and Judge Kavanagh of Chicago I This sally brought down the house and Gov Wlllson was generally commended I for his prompt appreciation of real worth whether In American or in Irish blood 1NT DEATHS 1UEOlCharles E Smith a veteran em ployp of the Southern Optical Com pany died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Monday afternoon lIe was sixtyone years old and leaves a family at 2823 West Kentucky street His funeral took place from Holy Cross church on Wednesday morn- Ing I I Marshall Brannan Bool died at the home of his sister Mrs A McI Collum 2018 Maple street on Tues day afternoon and his funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church on Thursday morning The fleceaed was fortytwo years of age and bad lon an employe of B F Avery Sons for more than twenty rears Three sisters survive him They are Mrs A McCollum Miss II Anna and Miss Alice BoolII II 1Tl1e funeral of Mrs Harry M Leachman who died at hbr homo in this city on Friday of last week took place on Sunday afternoon A large number of nJBurnlng friends fol lowed the remains to their last rest Ing place In StLouis cemetery Previous to her marriage Mrs Leachman was Miss Emma Hahn and was well beloved in the com munity For the bereaved husband there Is felt the deepest sympathy by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances JUDGE REED ANNOUNCES Judge William 1tReed of Pa ducah lisa aaaounced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Keatuaky subject tc the action of the primary Judge Reed was born In Ballard county about sixty years ago Hennas served in the State Legislature aad has been twice e lcted Circuit Judge He is ardent Democrat but has never1 1an allied with ay faction ia pol itics As a Judge feW of his decisions hare been reversed by the Court of Anneals He Is a geed fellow a good citizen a good neighbor In his candidacy ehaf the loyal support of the real Democratic leaders In that section of Kentucky Joseph Friedman and James Uterbaek YOUNG RDMONfl William A ItedradV JlP the pon of John B Rdmond the Irish wentrtwol niamhr of the triint Parliament He lubwlU kliI iia rs WtmUrwi wit as well as ttlji patrlotUw t U GALAXY I Of Irish Artists Pleased Every i hodjrat Great Hibernian Entertainment Talent Committee Gets Man Bouquets For Services Rendered Attorney Thomas Walsh Made lUg lilt With Happy Audience EARLY RELIGIOUS CELEBRATION I If the Talent Committee ot the present Jefferson County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians could live on compliments alone the members would sever have to work an other lick so great has been the shower of praises that have been sung in their honor since the enter taihmont at Macauleys Theater last Sunday night The committee selected the talent and asked thorn to sing or play or speak something Irish or about Ireland All the artists were equal to ttto occasion The result was the best musical and literary entertainment over given in honor of St Patrick under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians in Louisville There was not a flaw from start to finish It was all Irish redolent of old Hibernian days when Matt Curran Thomas Clines John Barrett John Hennessy Owen Kelran and others like them were managing affairs when Ed Sweeney was alive to sing Kate Kearney and Mavourneen AlJall aregoJ1e but still lives on The tame of those who died And true men like you men Remember them with pride ITl1e audience was large and apt preciative and all tho numbers were encored But why dwell on that part of It From tho moment that Prof Dennis Collins and his arches tra began their selection ot Irish airs until tho descent of the final curtain everybody present was In a good humor Following the orchestral preludes Miss Jennie Giles one of the best known organists and plants in Louisville performed an Irish r dITl fawm oJe1 ack to Erin With variations and ran through all sorts of Erins ancient airs Miss Giles Is an old favorite in Hibernian circles Her performance was liberally applauded but she de dined to respond to an encore The first vocalist was Miss Abbie Chester whose sweet soprano voice Is well known In Louisville amateur musical circles and who rendered Tho Girl of My Dreams In such pleasing stylo that she was compelled to re spond to an encore and rendered The Songs My Mother Used SingNext toII on the programme came Miss Catherine Shea a member of a well known musical family who rendered a cornet solo a medley of Irish airs with her sister Mrs Imelda Shea Malonoy as her accompanist on the piano Miss Shea gave The Last Rose of Summer In response to an encore The work of Mrs Maloney at tie piano was excellent in every number In which she was accom paalst The Columbian quartette composed of Messrs Joseph H Mc Gill J J Flynri J G Zoll and D J Malbney rendered The Shoogy Shoo in fine style For an oncoro they gave The Jolly Blacksmiths Lay J Thornton Flynn a young man with a fine tenor voice sang I Love the Nam3 of Mary in such an engaging manner that he was compelled to sing The Dear Little ShamrockAttorney Thomas Walsh delivered the only address of the evening He needed no introduction to an Irish audience in Louisville and ho was never In a happier vein After a number of humorous stories that set everybody laughing Mr Walsh re cited briefly the story of Irelands conversion to Christianity by St Patrick Ho also told how tho Irish people had kept the faith for fifteen centuries how they had been mis slonors to every land bow they had become the best citizens of every country in which they had settled In conclusion he told of the cardinal I principles of the orderUnity Faith prlnIclpJesI more ambitious to be good citizens better Catholics and consequently better in every way God and homo the cross of Christ and the Stars and Stripes wore the motto und the em blems of every American Hibernian Mr Walshs address occupied less than half an hour and was Interesting throughoutINext on the programme was a bass soo by David J Maloney who was in splendid voice He gave Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms In a style lull of feeling arid tenderness In response to an encore lie aroused the Irish martial spirit vrltlhls rendition of ODonnell Aboo Little Miss Gladys RlegolIIprecocloul sou brette te tfully attired sang Top 0 the Morniajl In a way that brought down the house For an en sore she sang a plantation song and then i as a eoRd8aoore another verse of her first aong The rendition of Taras Haw by Miss lOftl McDonald was a rev station to these who had levrbe fore beard kr it was the idiI o- rt lahr U itrltgi of the II- N I 1 iiN- Y V neglected harp now low now high but always sweet and melodious The audience wanted more so Miss McDonald sang Mavourneen a rollicking Irish love song Again she was encored and sang ever so brilliantly The Last itose of Summer The male quartette closed the entertainment with The Rosary a beautiful melody for four voices Last Sunday morning the toast ot St Patrick was religiously celebrated by tho Hibernians when the members of the four divisions and of the Ladies Auxiliary attended the 630 oclock mass at St Patricks ciurcl and approacled4icIj6mmunion The Very Rev Father James P CronIn V 0 celebrated the high mass and later welcomed the Hiber nlans and their ladles to 8t Pat ricks and bade them all continue to bo faithful to the precepts of the order Father Cronin also called attention to the entertainment to be given by the Hibernians in the even- Ing He said he regretted the fact that his parochial school children wefo to give an entertainment on the same corning but in order that there might be no conflict ho aakp all who desired to attend the fiber nian entertainment In the evening tc do so but to come back to his Irish musicale on Monday evening SHOUT TALKS On Timely Topics Made Session of Division 3 Lively The attendance at Division 3 A O H was not large last Monday night becauso many of the members attended the entertainment In St Patricks school hall but what they lacked In numbers was made up In enthusiasm President D J Cole man occupied the chair and dis patched business with all due celer- Ity Four applications were received three from the Gold and one from the Green team James Pur toll who has been seriously Ill was reported much improved while Pat Cunningham and James Coleman were reported back at work Lawrence Mackey read the enter taming speech of Congressman Henry T Ralney delivered in the House of Representatives on March 4 in which Robert Emmet was ex tolled Under the head of Good of the Order brief but Interesting talks wero made by Thomas Quinn John Hesslon James Brodcrlck Mutt OBrien and John Maloney- It was the sense of the meettnj that the County Board be requested to sonda letter of appreciation to thefdoimansB6cIetyJoruolstingth flag of Erin over its club house on March 17 Before the mooting closed it was announced that tho do grco team was rehearsing regularly and was now in good shape for a proper exemplification of the Hiber nian degrees RELIGiON And Wearing of the Green JoinedIThe religious celebration of St Patricks daylIn Louisville began conIttnuedshamrock and other green emblems wore soon on all the worshipers not I neglectIIngRev Father Patrick Walsh cele brated high mass at Sacred Heart church To him It was his patrons day as well as a day of patriotism At St Louis Bertrands at 8 oclock the Dominicans solemn high mass and eleJratedI cronlnlVBishop ODonaghuo as preacher Nearly all the clergy In the city Irish Germans and Americans at tended the ceremonies at St Pat ricksIn the evening at 730 oclock the Rev Father P M J Rock delivered a forceful sermon on St Patrick at the Cathedral The choir rendered an appropriate musical programme At the same hour Rev Father Vincent Cleary O P preached the panegyric of St Patrick and the young Dominican missionary made a splendid Impression on those who heard him On the invitation of Rev Father John T Hill Rev Father John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas preached the sermon at St Anns church on Sunday even- Ing POPE CELEBRATES FEAST Last Sunday was the pat on11 feast of Pope Plus X St Josephs day and the Christian nape of His Holiness is Giuseppe or Joseph Ac cordingly the Cardinals in Rome gathered at the Vatican and offered I their congratulations Cardinal Vincent Vannutelll made a brief speech in behalf of the other visitors and tho Pope vesppnded briefly Later he received the members of the Vatican household and the com manders of the various sections of the PaaltroopsCOt G IMPROVES The many friends ofCol Bennett H Young will be glad to hear that be will be home in the near future A ifortafeht ago he want to Baltl more to be operated oa for an affc tlpa oi the throat The operation was successful and Col Young is now able to e wp and around his room As sopa M possible ha will hurry bask to Louisville tej tak up JdsJlsal prutlse Co t k I I II ROCHE 0 Returned Unopposed as Member From the North Louth District Healy s Last Fight Was Made in House bt Commons But Failed Tories Grow More Con used and Irish Party Exults Over Situation COLONIES SPEAK OUT BOLDLY Hon Augustlno E Roche the Redmond candidate for North Louth has been sent to Parliament unopposed Thus is Tim Healy ua avenged oven after a desperate battle The chances are that be will now turn his terrible temper and worse tongue on his former colleague William OBrien The Healyltes foresaw their defeat at thepolls and to stave It off endeavored theNortbmonths William anOraniepartyledtheNorththeHousea vitriolic speech for the prosecution ignoredtheed the House to believe that a widespread system of intimidation prevailed in Louth and that Prot estants especially were terrorized and prevented from exercising their electoral functions Two other eminent OraUge loaders Sir Edward supportedMoore otthemimagination in an endeavor to see the situation as they pictured ItThe English Attorney General and his Irish colleagues brought the cold light of reason to bear upon the heated argument of Moore and the other two defamers of the people ot North Luuth They quoted the report of the Judges showing that In ndueorIllegalsubmitted that it would bo unprecedented that 5700 voters should be disfranchised because sixteen per practicesvoters Hon John E Redmond defended the people of Louth from the Infamous Suggestion that Protestants had been singled out for Intimida Lion jit the recent election He showed that Healy is or ought to be Captliazoltorlpointed out that in Louth with its anormous preponderance of path ajics men belonging to the Protestant churches are among the most prosperous In the communIty thanks anongCatholicsfranchise Louth was lost by a major ity of more than 100 This nestled the question finally Healy and his followers paw they wedIunopposed Just as soon as the do annpuncetlMr1Mr Increase the number of his reIWilliam OBrien has altered his at titude toward the British budget I Heretofore Mr OBrien has worked on the people of Louth In opposition to the proposed budget and predicted many dire disasters If It passed Now he has declared that he would accept the budget rather than wreck tho Government and thereby pass a vote of censure upon toe irish National party I Over In England the confusion ofathe Tories Is growing more and more I bewildering Even the most stupid I Tory realizes what mighty as slutancq might bo given Anglo American friendship by a reconciled Ireland but no two Tories can agree on a measure for reforming the House of Lords The Irish In Lon don and all over Great Britain are exultant and thelrSt Patricks day diners and banquets were larger and more enthusiastic tnan usual this year The Irish exult again because Premier of New Zealand and the orney General i l Austrjjiila 4t leclareu Io favor of home rut r- Se Ql1rJrpothe Manchester Guardian tlnfr that all tho British domlaW c upon England to give Irelanu ruleIJIAN X HAW DIED X Since Plus 3C ascended the throne of Peter no fewer than thlrtyowi Princes of the church hare died Though seventy is the normal figure r I the Cardinals now only number fifty one of the creation of Pius TXt thirtyfive of the days of Leg XII and fifteen of Plus X And because ot their advanced age it iis thought leathwlll Mill further redue this Lumbfr before another eonilstorfui leeral11m n L 4LL UP Jr 4 n- r a pKENTUOK xiin AMERIOANr I 1 0n11 J kTu6KyILYd gH AM RJfi rt 81 Msil A rlCiiaJ Cthels Officially Indorsed by AacwattOrder9f Hibernians Young Mp Institute and CathoMc Knights of America KENTUCKYIRISH AMERICAN PBINTINQ CO Incorporated PuIIshsri SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR blNQLE COpy sc nterdI4tsLiuIilK PoitetHc M 5cdCIsza riatttr A4ftaII CilHMlcaMMi 1 the KBN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN aittlWcit dreei St LOUISVILLE KY 1 SATURDAY MARCH 25 1911 J ni Tfus NDnWouI I Ij I I A According to the CourierJournal on Wednesday morning the State Hoard of Equalization is due to the valuation of JeffersonI JJ JIlacrosse county prqperty to the pxtent of 10 oV iStJpor cent The correspondent who conveyed the news tothq CourierJournal was candid enough to admit that he bad no InformrUonIwhateverl from the State is hardly possible that the present bodjr Will repeat the mistakes of last years Board of Equalization The Republicans went Into power under promise to reform the tax laws but at first blush it would appear that their idea ot reformation was to Increase valuations and ratesI AMERICAS WAR SCARE Mexico our slater republic to the south and now the center of attraction covers an area of 767dbo square miles a territory as largo as Spain France Italy and Germany 4 combined Is it any wonder that the world powers are not anxious but greedy for a chance to get possession one whole or part of It According to thEy census of I960 the population of Mexico was 13607700 Natural Increase and Immigration has made it moro than 16000000 at the present The city of Mexico has a population of 470000 or about as t large as St Louis Since 1900 tim republic of Mexico has had a groat railway development with AmericanI capital Invested in 19000 miles of railway Why should not tho United States protect the interests of her citizens in that territory preJdontl Taft and his Cabinet saw the necessity for definite and prompt action and they took It They called for tho various States to send militia officers to the Texan borders for practical instruction and I training after 20000 Federal troops had been mobilized In Texas and edy for any emergency that might rlse In Mexico Many of tho States- were so prompt in submitting names of their militia officers that theI 0Governm nt had to place a limit and determined to accept only the most I offlcentSMbro than this United States crullers and battleships have Been eenjt to patrol both sides of the texlcan coast United States marines are aboard war ships ready to land at a moments notice In every section of tho United States recruits for the army and navy are being called for examined ana accepted From Wisconsin to Flor ida from the Golden Gate on the Pacific to Hell Gate on the Atlantic coast is coming the muster of Kelly Burke and Shea to follow the flag as their forefathers followed It from Lexington to San Juan Hill and F Manila Out say have one of you ever heard of an A P A or a member of i tho Junior Order of American Mechanics volunteering to go to war ftwith Mexico either as a private or as an officer To tight for Ones cOuntry Is the only true test of patriotism Where noVo is the vaunted patriotism otthe Junior Order and the A P Att No gentlemen you will not find Uncle ama Boys the Junior OrdeV and other A P As fighting fort t their country This class warriors parry on its campaign by erecting flags over country school houses on Sunday and the motto of this cowardly crew is If America has to be eared let the Irish and Dutch fight for It The Irish and the Germans will etnd shoulder to shoulder fighting for the Stars and Bars Of the Amerloan flag whenever the word Is fetid that war is necessary The Irish the Germans and other for 11s will 41urrytothe fronttbutO- L111e tatbi6nWvKProtect 1neleP iBamjj poys and the cOO Order ja THE RIGHT IDEA 0 J 10 The editor pi tho Catholic Advance of Wiclilt Sal maya the right word at the rlgmt trmeV heat him TIe ifjjai t5rt ejng made to wlct the ilrbite fayr vnllofsi in alt States but the iireitaJ1dlJH l way ii to ellmlnsta thi dlagree from our tatuU books SB a toathfilOJrd- It a enaoiinr Iw8 proltibitjinic all divorcee Before the attention ot cthe PUbjI1WLdWQ the nuJwahoe people got alonic jrtpf 1Iam1 their little disputes werecpt4p1e awl cured hotr ttfer are fpttahe l6utui rfred to Mupply pornl ions meditation Ir morbidminded pnbtle N j- I Tire OlObe Printing Company of Louisville has filed a petition in bankruptcy Its liabilities are placed at 73000 and Its assets at 20000vihb laliuro of thia concern ciuBod little or no surprise to wldo wako p opIS Tae management had boon going ouT of its warto tight union labor and particularly tho I IrUNow is the time to advance the cause ot woman suffrage Along with tho troops sent to the Mexican border why not send a brigade of suffragettes under the leadership of Mrs Cassidy Dr Mary Baker and other of that ilk Flying banners labelled Votes for Women would surely awe the Mexican rebels Nonunion printing houses inI Louisville are having a hard season Nunemacher MortonAtwood and nowtho Globe havo gone to the wall since the Irstof the year There are I thatII IIfI you want to spend a Joyous Easter you must observe Lent In humility and prayor ELSEWHERE As Here Old the Irish Duly Observe Patricks Day Every Irishman in Louisville I ownsII 50000Istand Boston and St Louis also had big parades Ambassador Bryco was the guest of Baltimore Hiber nians and assured home rule for roland Vice President James S Sherman was the principal speaker at tho Hibernian banquet at Charles ton S C There was no parade in Chicago but overy city and county I office was closed and thcro were numerous social celebrations in tho evening In Indianapolis there was a parade a mile long Judge ONeill Iltherluga- massi meeting in Tomlincon linnI I The day was celebrated with eclat I throughout Ireland Promise of home rule at dateI an early caused I the green to flutter from Donegal to I Cork The trooping ot the colors at iI Dublin was carried out with dab I orate ceremony Alexandria the I Queen Mother sent her customary It IrishtwoychisI i mond was the principal speaker at the Irish celebration In London 11NAUGUTONSPIIARlIACY j title I TenthIlllglnsTheycarrypure drugs and every prescription Is filled by a registered pharmacist The Messrs Naughton have had years of experience as pharmacists In the leading drtY stores of Louis vmo and are eminently qualified to eIhlllof Trinity Council and memberI AliithreearepopulsrandpredIctedtorI ACCIDENT PROVES FATAL J D Gasper a veteran of the civil war died at hls11dme215 West Brecklnrldgo street on Tuesday afternoon as the result of injuries received when struck by a Second street car on Sunday afternoon Miy Gasper was iborh in France sixtytwo years ago but came to the United States when qlte a young man He entered the Federal army In 1861 and served throughout the war For VasongagedInYork streets bit retired three yeai- ago Mr Casper was a man of kindly disposition and was highly esteemed by his neighbors and ac quaintances A wife arid three sons mourn his death The funeral took place from St Mary Magdalen church on Friday morning LBNTjlN LECTURES The iLenten lectures delivered by the Rev Dr George W iBch hmann at St Johns fchurc l are attractingt much attention and each successive yednesday evening the attendance vows Jargst On W dne day eyen ICJof this ek ejery Pew was flllrt aid there was no standing room left IIn the r ar6t the church This week lid Ntrmpn was oa the parable of the t Prodigal Sort Very often o o- hre nnonz on the love of the Dq1vs Jrtht i ut Fthet StM1h Dan1 dreW a picture Ot the bye of UltertytktlI adethe rodfwii leave hU fathers oUMfThe father IIs God I t I i c 1 t JifJJfJ i 0IETY lL J i I Mlss Mary Barrall of Zoneton is the guest of Miss Mary McCann jI IArthur Esterle and his mother are enjoying the healing waters at Hot Springs Ark- Joseph B OBrien and ils Mario OBrien have returned from a ten days stay at French Lick Miss Beczlo Haunan and Jiiecej Miss Allcen have returnedfrom a business trip to Now York Mrs F 1 Cpyle hasrbeeri spend big a week in Cincinnati os the guest other mothei1 Mrs Muilario 1 Miss Gertie Kearney has returned from Versailles whither she went to attend the funeral of a relative Miss Este11 Ipghpr has returned to Frankfort after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs John Mcaghor Mrs J M McFarlan of Fourth avenue has as her guest her sister Miss Agnes Tobin of Bowling Green Mrs James Flynn of 912 Culbort loiavenue hasas her guest her sister Mrs Mat Blrx of Corydon Ind Mrs John McAullffe has returned to Memphis after a visit to Mrs John Kirk of 2714 South Fourth street Mr and Mrs Frank L feeder are at St Augustine and expifct to spend at least six weeks in Floridas coast towns Mr and Mrs James Thompson and their children and Miss Mttry Fox will return from Florida about Aprl 1 Mrs Harry T Esterle of 2206 Frankfort avenue is visiting her husband Harry T Esterle at Little I Rock Ark Mrs Emma Arnold has returned from Taylprsyjlle where she was I tho gtfSst1 ofMrs Eliza Cain and other relatives mmm i m Miss Elizabeth Arts and Henry Arts of Paducah are the guests ot their aunt Mrs W Llbenthal 2011 Rowan street ofI InterIestedprises has returned from a busluess trip of several days to FrankfortI Miss Louise Griffin who came down to spend St Patricks day with her grandmother Mrs Cronin has returned to her home in Frankfort jt Mrs Harry Katzmann and little daughter Kathleen havo returned from Lebanon Junction whore they visited Mr and Mrs Henry Doutaz J Alton KOlb Jr who has been suffering from typhoid pneumonia at his Ti6mo on Cherokee road Is progressing favorably toward recovery I Miss Estello Boherty who has been quite Ill at her home on EastI Spring street New Albany Is much Improved to the great relief of her friendsMr and Mrs George Mayer who recently celebrated their golden wedding at St Martins church have arrived at Los Angeles Pal to spend several weeks I IJohnI J Barry proprietor of the East Market street cafe Is at Mar tlnsvllle recovering from an attack of rheumatism Ho expects to be home within a short time IloIrs L Reilly has issued cards an the approaching marflage of her daughter Miss Florence Cath anne Rellly to Ford A Dance The wedding will take place in June I Leo Reilly a young attache ot the Kentucky Irish American is confined ohls homo on West St Catherine street on account of sickness His I friends hope to soehlm out at a- very early date I Assistant Fife Chief Michael Cas sin is scpnding lila ten days vacation with a restfull visit to West Baden SpringS Capt ilartin McCue of the No 3 Hooks IB looking alter matters i in that fire district pending Chief Casslns return John Egan of Columbus Ohio spent a few days last week with his ratherinia Lieut William Wales of 2108 First street and on Sunday evening left for home with his wife who had been visiting her parents pnd other relatives in Louisville Air and Mrs Henry P Whalen ot Birmingham Ala visited relatives In New Albany and Jeffersonvllle this week They were called North oh accountof the death of Mrs Vyhalens brother AWe L Bowman of Jeffersqnvillev rsTP OConnor wife of the celebratedI Irish Journalist and ona of Hon John E Redmonds lieutenants has been visiting In New Orleans for several weeks She is expected to be in Louisville at an early date as the guest of TUlw Bar bour Bruce A handsome baby boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mm John s Martel of New Albany last Fridaynt Patricks day The new baby will be christened John Patrick dolBgIUICDr J Mi Ke ney iand wifiB eater taihftd k aumTwr bf telatlvea iIIfriends at supper at their home 1SII Shalby street on Sunday evealng ln honor of theirl little daughter Alma Kennel who received fetr first holy communion at 8t Louisl Brtimnd Bhuroh ont1 maralagi A nnMca1e roliowwl the BHf ffr aai Giy Qefaa maR UpecJkot ivcmtnc ri 11TheQuire and ThoMas Theker toq Tpla 8 i IPJi1bastreet this week The Iclde ti the charming daughter Qf Mr and Mrs Thomas McGuire Of South LoMls Vllle DEATHS hAND Laid on Irlah Patriot Who Came Here firjom Georgia The funeral of Thomas F Gallon who died at his nome 809 South Fqurth street on Sunday morning took place from the Cathedral on Tuesday morning After tho re quiem mass the remains were given temporary repose in a vault at St Louis cemetery Later they will be removed to Savannah On fcr Inter mont The dpceasecl is survived by five children two Sons and three daughters Tho sons are V F Cullen of tho United States navy and Edward CulletlQf Savannah while the daughters arq Mrs J B Ford of Cincinnati Miss Eliee Cullen also of Cincinnati and Miss Hulalia Cullen a pupil at the Sacred Heart Academy Louisville Mr Cullen was thqson of Thomas F Culler Sr an Irish immigrant He was horn at Savannah Gaj fifty two years ago and las Irish to the core Ten years ago ihe came to Louisville as an expert clerk in the service of thQ LouisvUle Nashville railroad Al his bedside when he IlMs both of Savannah DUAL JUBILEE Golden and Silver Anniversaries ofCsirdlnalonJune This Is a dual jubilee year for His Eminence Cardinal James Gibbons Archbishop of Baltimore He was ordained priest on Juno 30 1861 and was elevated to the dignity of Cardinal on June 30 1886 Thus on June 30 1911 he will celebrate the golden jubilee of hfs priesthood and his silver jubilee in the cardinalate Instead of presenting him with a purse it is proposed to erect on the grounds of the Catholic University at Washington DC a Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Hall The build will be used as a residence for ling students The Right Rev Owen B Corrlgan Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore is President and Treas urer of the organization that is rais ThetI rapidIfunds and it is expected that a gen eral collection will be taken up in every diocese in the United States at an early date- DOMINIcThAZAu t Arrangements for the bazar for the benefit ot StLouis Bortran church arc progressing favorably The bazar will be held in Bertrand Hall May 15 to 1 Every member of the parish Is assisting the Very j Rev Father Clark In his efforts tto make the affair a success This week a diamond ring was added to the list ot prizes previously an uounced and S M Raffo Company have donated twp handsome I beds A J Kast has been appointed Chairman of the Wheel CommuteI and will bo a wheel horse in pulling the bazar to success IRISH IN AMERICA According to the United States census of 1900 there were 1619449 natives of Ireland in this country Since then Irish immigrants have been arriving at the rate of 37000 a year so that there must be closeI 1to 2000000 natives of Ireland now I I living under the protection ot the Stars and Stripes Tho population of Ireland is about 4500000 so that there are almost half as many natives of Ireland in the United States as in their native land hen ono must remember that there are more than a million of Irish descent doing valiant duty for God and for Columbia DEATH OF NOTED ENGINEER John B McDonald one of the njost eminent civil engineers this country has ever known died at his residence in New York last Friday Mr McDonald was born in Ireland in 1844 As a youtht he came to Amer lea and for several years wprkod as a railroad laborer Always am bitious to learn he reached success and comparative affluence through his own pluck It was he who built the first underground railway ln New York City and who cost structed the tunnel under the city of Baltimore for the Baltimore Ohio railroad NOTED IRISHMAN DEAD Robert B Nooney one of the old est and Vest known politicians In New Y rkl1leJlat bis home in that city last Saturday IB 1886 when the Statue fLiiMrtyunveUeI- rNooney was President of the Board of Aldermen Mayor Qraoe was r ill and Alderman Noon y presided at the exeroiseB He was born la Ireland lghtytweyesrs no FATHER SHERmAN BETTER Rev Father Job BSerldas who becawe ill suddenly last Sunday wffne neUBratlRg masa atHoly CrpH church k iwaeh improved 1o the delight ofhli parlsbtoniW h will beiblIe o wtebrat BMW tomorrow MOORRS JOMHLQRY v Thomas Moore the0poet is toJM honor d IB Washington oa May 2 r the i4e of the ISIad aaalr r ai7 of his blrUiiV QA tkattdajr a bus- tpoetI1 qt tlw be IIILI 1IUtk NaUcM Capitol la rVwAlttktOB ffC ll r WE JtfOijHBK She ts l beardftHeard fed phraagV hlspered k w In yiur ear That the iaether Tifiojlexed your BO u fondly Who soothed every heartache end fe rIHadpasfled oer the great sea of trouble TO the beautifult Iland over there And left yoU alonel with iifee bur dens Alone with your grief and your care Of anguish the world holds nene greater With sorrow la none to compare Like the worldthrust that drains all the heart blood When wo realize no mother there Ah little I cared for earths praises Ahl little I cared for its blame When the mother I loved stood shield mo toI Unpelfish devoted the same She Is dead but her spirit is near me To guido all my footsteps aright Twill cheer the long hours of labor Twill sweeten the Vigils of night And some dayl know shell come for me With the lovelight of old In her eyo When I list to the call of my Maker And answer his summons to die She Jorbosom yoreTmrapture At the dawn on the heavenly shore Anne Deasy Nugent COLLEGE BUKNED Historic St Charles rails Victim to Devouring Flames Flames of unknown origin al most totally destroyed the old and renowned St Charles College Elll I cott City Mdon Thursday of last I week It was a college holiday and nearly all the pups and members of tho faculty wore away from tho i college wh n tho fire occurred The loss is estimated at 260000 The building will be rebuilt as soon as possible Cardinal Gibbons who has been a lifelong friend of St Charles College subscribed 10000 for Its rebuilding as soon us he beard of the disaster I I St Charles College was built in I otIthe Hon Charles Carroll of Car rollton one of the signers of tho Declaration of Independence The college IsI conducted by the Sulplclan Fathers and is the only classical clerical boarding college in tho United States Many priests i now laboring in the Louisville diocese were educated there and Father cityIsMartin a son of Attorney Albert F Martin Is pursuing his classical studies at St Charles Tho Rev Father J H McKenny President of the college hljjes to have it rebuilt before October 1 FIRST HOLY COMMUNION The Very Rev Father J R Clark administered holy communion to a class of 115 children fiftyeightI girls and sixtyseven boys at the 7510 oclock mass last Sunday morn ing at St Louis Berrand church A second class is being instructed and will receive first holy communion on Low Sunday April 23 Still another class will receive first holy corn munion during the month of May The numerous classes have been oc casioned by the recent encyclical of Popo Plus X who desires all chil dren to receive the Holy Eucharist assoon as they have attained the ago ot reason HANDSOME PRAYER BOOKS The Charles A Roger Book Corn pahy 418 West Jefferson street has an excellent line of new prayer books for first communicants Prayer books with white or black covers anything to suit your taste and purse For tfcq Ptnttbey aro be jag sold at Onethird of tile regular stock price This house also has an excellent line of rosaric8 crucifixes and other religious articles appro priate for the Lenten season jjDIG EUCHRE PLANNED Committee of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America for Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonvlllo will give a euchre and lotto at Trinity Council Halli Baxter and Morton avenue on the afternoon and evening of May 2 Chairman Andy Kast and his able awlBtant re engaged In making the 1cgelIIpredNFQIJQ Patrick erdJs the Plata and good Gaelic name of Qneof the best firemen la Louisville At present hrlspIPe an at Engine Compaay No 4s house tat to there wheni duty calls ILJepromote Roger Nohalty jbuld like Jo he thev 7fIrst to greQt him M Capt Ford d THB DATE SAL Right Tnpp Mass of COy Ington has wt Sunday May 21 as the date for the d 41 Atfon jot the beautiful new Church of ft Joseph at WJnrtaMr JTh edifice IIc a credit to tS dlBM ahId will long tan4 as a nosussent ti iargt1c aut ttrI11rJIrbortTj ilii i llliJi tJ I The Last Dollar D That you spent for something you didt not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED n twice a year There MAY COME a ttrne wbenyosrLAS ppJJtAR Imt must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard tUne from ever coming W m I Ky Title Savings Bank IIandand Trust Court Place Co pro Saturdays Until 7 pom u JA iIKNIGHTS OF 80LIIMBUS Lat News That Wiil Interest Members Here and E s where jqsinstituted1 I 1c1tutISenate without a dissenting voice I New Albany Council had a number I T1IOIover the river- Members of the order are bard atI ifOI reI ol1 Knights of Columbus tfiat organization is in viting its members to contribute to ward a testimonial The ceremony of laying the cor norstono of the magnificent House of the Good Shepherd at Denver was conducted under tho auspices ol the Knights of Colorado MACARONI AND CHEESE Boil macaroni twenty minutes In salt water Make a paste of ono cupful Of milk two tablesppppful Of flour mixed with onehalf cupful of butter Boll until thick Put a layer of macaroni one of grated cheese and ono of paste and so on putting the layer of grated cheese on top at the last and sprinkle with tine cracker crumbs and bits of but ter Bake to a nice brown EASTER COMMUNION I The members of Trinity Council will receive holy communldn in a body at the 7 oclock mass at St Aloysius church tomorrow morning- i This will Insuro the Easter com munion for Trinitys young men No doubt their Chaplain Rev Father J A OGrady will have something interesting to say to them after the mass IRISH WERE VICTORS In tho annual Rugby ifoobbal match between teams from Ireland and Scotland last Friday tho Scots I were defeated by a score of sixteen to ten The gamo was played at ijlverleith and because the match was on their own grounds the Scots were sanguine of victory The re sun showed that they were no match for their Irish rivals DOING GOOD WORK Miss Mary Sheridan Supreme I Deputy of the C K and L of A and her assistant Inspectors have visited all the branches of the order in this district during the winter The manner in wtttch applications ire com Ing in show that the visits resulted in good All of tho local branches j are getting in new members at each meeting GET NICE CONTRACT J S Brpwnfield Company the well known steamfitters have been awarded the contract for steamfit ting in the new addition to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital The past I work ot this popular firm Is a guar antee that the steamfittingt in the hospital will be uptodate In every respect DOMINICAN MISSION The Rev Fathers J B OConnor and Vincent Cleary 0 P opened a weeks mission at St Gabriels I church at Glendale a suburb of Cincinnati last Sunday evening Advices from Glendale say that great crowds are attending the mission services both morning and evening FIRST COMMUNION CLASS A class of 115 children received first holy communion at St Louis Bertrand church last Sunday morn Ing ftt 730 oclock This Is the largest class ever receiving the holy sacraxfl nt of tEe Eucharist in the Dominican parish- IMPORTANT MEETING A general meeting of the Catholic Convert League will be held at the Knights otColumhusl hall 816 South Fourth street at S ocl cknext Thursday evening Everybody later sated in the work Is given cordial invitation to 1 e present HARRY N HAN HURT Harry Nehan Clerk of the Police Court sustained A fractured shoul der When tripped by a dflsXst Saturday morning Mr Nehan will not be able to reB mttbliJ regular duties for several week but Ws Injuries arj in no tense serious AVKNUB THBATKR At Cripple Crekt a drama of lire Action In the West will bethttrmctlpa atthe Avenue Theater allot xtk TttpJaita18HteBlI- eeh1l1ere before and has always been i rMBtMl to crowded houses c r rt rJ Mugrnyr 0 Confirmationand First CommunionSuits 3to1O1 When your Boys are ready come tous We supply more boys with their ConfirmationOutfits than any other store in town M S MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 West MarketT- he treat Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR 1 KINSELU Manager 7uC7flJLEySThursday Friday and Saturday NIght and Saturday Matinee SID NEW URIC SUCCESS The Quality of Mercy I ITHE AVENUE I NEW PRICES FOR TIlE NEW YEAR I Rmrved Seats All LerFloor Front Rows ram Circle Book Rows ram Circle 50 35 25 II No Higher NEXT WEEK At Cripple Matinees Tuesday Tbwtday Saturday 25JCASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR lIOITiThese are the Leading Moving Pic ture Hbuses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBA5c S jsentlnghistoric dramatic and comic IIOPKINSTllETER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTSi Three shows daily Sunday ioatln noui Ladies Greefe ARE YOU READYFOR Easter IbraidhatsshapesFeathers FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS Banister Co Props 713 W Jefferson St Louis- villoWANTED THREE YOUNG LADIES f To enter ticket selIDg c6nt st or a 40P H ifles Bros Piano to be given away b Central Chapter Catholic Order of Foresters Tickets to be sold are for iEnter tainment to be given at Masonic heatrs May 456 For i I nation call on RINK M1 IIS2tWest readwsy I 1 1 CENTRAL FURNITURE IUUWpOfRted- N w Cir Third ud Grace We furnish the home corn ptete oa Miy payments WMcAll tMIA Mr Sales D I r tJ y fS 1 1 ri- U c C i ii if L ct JrI L A K NTUOKYIRIH AMERIOANin d t I vpp iiIlTY 1 V 1 Il ycBiAiorr DOUGHERTY McELLIOTt funeral Directors and Embalmers c Both Phon9s 2998 CARRIAGES FURBISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All CuLt AMWtrtd Prompllj Day er Nighti 1231 WEST MARKET STREET llH ft ton U n fl n H HOMK PIQjJjj I CUMBERLAND 123 Tri AARETT S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ss East MaIxi Stret Qran W Smiths SonI AL SMITH Proprietor Funerall Director and Embalmer i Carriagei Fcirnlshed for All Occasion on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 rlJlJ WIXES OHAMPAOXXB AL KOLJ3 1 345 West Green Street UQUOK8 OIQARS t Ut I e THOMAS KEENAN Fiiiral Dirictor ind EmbalMer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriage InraUhed for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST f All Undertakers IEGNESSMITH Ladlea aad pn a Specialty HONE 1677 ii i4O PLANTS urns Roses r eleotrope Etc tery Work a specialty EASONABLE PRICES BSCUULZ IE FLORISTS FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 NUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best ass tth1ent Hye have ever carried which we can offer Bta bargain Please give us a c- allMULDOON Monument Company 813 W Green St Louisville Ky PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOfl ThE CASE OF INSANE ANB PILEPTICIPMIINTL The Sitters ef Mercy of Jffersonvllle hospitalIottheI k t ptlent Both male and feraitte y Mxt arie admitted Rates yery reaa nabte For further particulars apply to THJ3R MARY REGINA TORCY HOSPITAL Anw Mftnwuv ted HRYfUHOLDI eI plIlld Fmy8rscsrIiip Aj FI ITUtf SAMPLE WKHi IN tONNfCTION Ow i arpbs 4aM 524W1 I WAtUJN ICEFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish ice quantlty i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED iN E Cor Pearl arid Floyd Street t MMMULDOON Successor W M Grainger Co Practical Horse Shoer 404 lE MAIN STREET Hom Phone 5579 All work done in scientific and satisfactory manner PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing lid Robber TIres 205 AND 207 WEST QUEEN STREET ISNS IT STRANGE That a change mono letter will turn nine Into none TJiat a chaiige in one letter will make a bequest a request That a change In one letter will transform a lovely girl Into a lonely ora lively one That a change In one letter will make a pot oft pet or a patf That one letter will make a chance for the future out of a change In business1 That one letter will transform thatwedo not digest Into the direst l consequences and that one more change la a letter will divest us ot those conBequencefl 1 j That 040 letter will turn a ten doller blll Into tla money That one letter If changed will give evfrn a fat woman a tit at theI dreaemakera 1 NEW SCIENCE NOTES Steel dies1 now are engraved by electricity or the offspring of lasane persona oallab t80per cent are sonndI JBa1aIlT II Fresh milk applied to boots or show has a pr eryatlve effect on the leather gradetutiptenorehaJteeadlsooYEired th OkjliAn expoiltloi of in ventlpSi will be held at SU LouliiS t1e s cond week la April A fourtiNMt torr Bkysoraper PltJifo MfUm WllH tlWJ iA ftt 1ittIur Jiptft 1- G a TVINDICATED I Jury ia Common Pleas Court rut- J2e I Jtsr Foster t Kentucky IrtBlijAmericah Was Correct IB the Philippine I Islands Storvw S I llf1Leppmg Oete Verdictc and Former Police Captain Must Pay HERALD AND POST CHAMPION A jury In the First division of the Common Pleas Court hoard the ev la nco on Tuesday in the case of Hferiry Lopping against Robert Fpi tef erstwhile Captain of tho Louis ylllo poll co force and after Uellborat ing twenty minutes rendered a vex diet for f200 in favor of Lopping Wlfeff the Jury made its first report It bad assessed all the damages on Foster so the twelve good men and true had to return to tho jury room and make C B Nordeman Fosters bondsman a party to the assessment of damages but It was the evident intention of th juryttomake Foster pay as dearly as possible for his assault lMrLepplngF- ostorwas Captain of tho Louisville Police department in the Illstarred Grlnetcad regime no made nufierous assaults on more or less worthy people and was allowed tp go unmolested On February 13 1909 Fpstor assaulted Henry Lop ping wtio was in buslnoae at Center and Green streets After boating Lopping with a club or black jack he piaced him under arrest Lopping was dismissed in court and imme diately brought suit for damages in the sum of 5000 The verdict of Cao jury is not only a victory lr Lopping but Is a vindication of the position taken by the Kentucky Irish American against Foster as tar back as 1908 On tho witness stand last Tuesday Foster admitted that ho had been confined in a military prison for eight months while serving as a sol dier in the Phlirppines He did not say that he had been confined at hard labor though he admitted ho had been Incarcerated for drunken ness disorderly conduct and assault- Ing a superior officer John I Barry associate editor of the Kentucky Irish American was placed on the wltnessstand to show certain governmental documents concerning Fosters bad reputation but was not permitted to go into details In summing up the testimony for the plaintiff Attorney J WS Cle ments made a masterly address and severely scored Foster as a brute and unfit to be a policeman in this or any other city Howard Leo attor fey for Foster did the best he could with a bad case He admitted that his client had served in prison In tho Philippines and admitted that he assaulted Lepping but ho said the assault had been committed two years ago and ought to be dropped Evidently tho jury thought othqr wise Roster is now employed some where and by somebody In the East So be says He still claims to be a resident In Louisville Foster Is still championed by the Louisville Even ing Post and by the Louisville Herald The Herald on Wednesday morning published an alleged Inter view with Foster In which ho Is quoted with a brogue that he nor any other Irishman over had De spite tho fact that ho and his bonds man must pay 200 and court costs Foster declares ho was well treated In Louisville He also nominates Lafon Allen for tho Republican can didacy for Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky No citizen of Louisville can question the integrity the ability the scholarly attainments and good citizenship of Lafon Mien but If his candidacy for any office Is championed by Bob pstorto must remain anchored before the start Mr Allen probably is not aware that he Is being boomed by Foster else he would say Get from behind mte satanWUATTIIE MISSION IS Christ said to the apostles Come yo apart and rest awhile It Is good for every soul at stated periods to go apart from the affairs of dally life and to consider anew Its rela tion with nod The mission Is the churchs way of affording souls this opportunity It is a special season when holy men who have been trained to the work by long years of study and prayer come to the parish In order to recall the people I tla better sense oftheir relation ships with God It Is a time of spe ofalpatfshare expected to make the co sclera tion of the affairs of their salvation a matter of first Importance so that nothing Is permuted to interfere with attendance at the exercises or with the flpendlng of sone time Inl fervent prayer USES FOB TDBPKNXINB Turpentine can be uted in alI sorts of ways Herg ire aqme Spirits of urpentlne Will re tpre the brilliancy to patent leather 1 Bags asidliooUrfubliid with a rag- malstenedwithI It iBok almbt like eJft drops fa botf s and cup bbards will pmQt s sEaY 1- 1Ia few drore added to starch It will prevent the Iron from sUck 1b g AflanneliPPet1ii hot Trater sprinkled with rpe thleaJlllaidl I on Jhi part affected l1toftnr liar luMMio and frhewmtlmI trJlen mixed wltk lMtIiwaxjksO C si fIor pOl14l IItpiI Aed to the MPIu If iabIIooDrl t7fa gallon JII I 4 etathea beautifully wklUi qh J ROOKY RoAn TO DUBLIN If I was on herocky road the rocky road o Dublin With nothing but a tinkers load tis little Id be throublin Within my 1lsta blackthQrn stick and Irish brogues to walk in Id sing my sorrows to old Nick and sing Instead of talkin- Bthravagln on from town to town and down old boreens jaun Un The bite ndsupand lyin dqwn auto Id be never wantln For there tho doors stan open wide on ifrlend an4 stranger waltlnt And for an Irish turf fireside Ive t yet to see thef boatlh Id pull primroses by the way and hoar the larks and thrushes Id watch the twilight shadows play among the greehln bushes Id find the place where long ago ere years began their hrbub llnV I wandherod with a girl I know along the road to Dublin Och pch my eyes are growlh dim or is it tears that blind me Sure many a day shes gone to Him who put that crOss behind me But still her spirit walks abroad whore many a sthrame la- Jbubblln And winds are blowln down the road the rocky road to Dub Un i nAyetheroUBtho distant nod of greetln But bannacht loath God save yp and good orrowIdfco meetln Twould OO81t down and rest awhlles and Arrab whats your throublln7 For life has tlmo foTpleasaijt smiles alqng the road to Dublin Faith sore Im parched for mist and rain Im sick of sunny weather I want my blackthorn stick again my brogues of Irish leather Then give me but a tinkers load Us little Ill be throublin It underneath mo 1Is the road the rocky road to Dublin Teresa C Bray ton CHILDEBV Theyre longln for a woe lad Up in Tullagh Hall Where nlver waust a cradle was An nlvcr child all Theyre shpakln all in whispers Theyre threadln on their toes An tinandtwinty sewin guns Js thrlmmln satin clothes A deal av fuss an feathers Glntry makes aroo Wid all their frightened wimmen folk When wan to wan Is two Theyve twlntyhnndred acres Hid be jealous wall Yet nlver throd a little foot Thro lonely Tullagh HaUl But hero beneath the ould thatch Chllder come so fast In faith we put the first V bed For room to rock Iho lastI EASTER COMMUNION Unity Council 1111 I of Now Albany will attend mass at St Marys church tomorrow morning and the members will fecelye holy communion MOTION PICTURES The management of tho Orph um and Casino Theaters otter a now line klIhereI a sure sign that the patrons are being pleased OLD IRISH AIRS DIlOU know that two of the most popular patriotic American airs are of Irish origin It Isa positive fact Yankee Doodle and Dixie are old Irish airs Yankee Doodle was originally known as All the Way to Galway It was fjrst printed In Glasgow Scotland In 1182 l1t manuscript copy of the old Irish dance tune dated 1750 is etjlJ pro served Dixie Is another Irish air arranged by Dan Emmet for Bryants minstrels Bythoway I1e1landnelius OBrien There were three brothers In the family Cornelius Dan and Jerry FOR WOMANS EYE Hats are of exaggerated size ex copt some bonnets which are high I Pretty belts are made of gold rib bon worked with rlbbpn embroidery Lirieri and mpusBJillne Iii the striped patterns will bjs used for blouBes Grass linen In lace sJrlP1 1 of facts Is now among the linens and 1 cottonsThe feather toque is a happy medium between the summer hat and the fur toqiie pt winter The W tteau plait as returned nlis shown In s yeralwrps of silk or aitjn and It jB quite negligee Torr tke Jate spring sult s well as for summer dresses tbere1s a marked fancy for silk and wool vollefc k For dreasefl at wanner silks linen and lingerie fabrlos the necks are cllarrei reusd V and square cOutliie embroidered net J iJ8fiJt em bellisalng Jummef wraps and satint and silk drewesI bciw the color emr hloldfSeil FRIHD MUSH WhOa ijftnkjhjfJ CornMeal ipuek toI frYIt tableepopa off url added to eAch cup of Meal the sMoee willII IM nttftk firmer arid M break while ifrrJJtg IJ t t4 slktfll davies b b 1- feit d foMw tint JmpI PI efoPM r- nU J LONGFORD Ancient Patrimony of tliej OarIrolls Is a County of C T 7P Plaint t 1 Many ricturosquo ItlVcrs Drsintlic Land and 1I kofi Fertile a Noted Historic Ruins Dot This Dlstricj front End to End LAND OF HOLY MEMORIES The County Tjongtord takes its name from the town of the same name and the town Is called In Gaelic aainala Longford OFarrell from the castle oC the OParrolls the ancient proprietors which was situ aiM on the site of the present military barracks There are a score or more places In Ireland called Longford OU80 named from fortresses The word was originally applied to old circular fortresses The greatest length of the county from the southwest point In Lough Ree to the northeast corner near GuLadoo Lough Is thirty and a half miles Its greatest breadth from the River DrumabanboLoka 1 b110nhiThe greatest part of the county Is a flat plain but there Js a range of LoughGlowna tholevelriverbounds adlstanTheRinnIrollLoltrlmbetweont1temiles Cavan and Weatmeath are the eastern and southern Jboundarles waterthoLongfordaretlio theShannonRlUeyrEl1rly trlctInGaughGowna ErneTheLoughForbes i Lake Lough Sallagh Fearglasa Lake Clancoso Lake Gortemore and TUlly South Lake These belong partly each to Longford and Leitrim Longford on the River Camlln is pOPulationIsbest business center between Dublin and Sllgo At Granard in the north east of the county is the Mot a very large and high mound the remains of the fortified residence of some old king or chief similar to others found In many parts of Ire land It is on tho top of a hill com manding a great view of the country and Is a very remarkable feature in the district Two miles from Granard is the village of Abboylara containing the interesting ruins of an abbey from which the place takes its name Pallas a village is noted as the birthplace of Oliver Goldsmith and five miles owayls the village of Liesoy celebrated under the name of Auburn Iin tho Deserted Village The County Longford is coexten sive with the ancient territory of Annaly1 which was for somo centuries before the Norman invasion the patrimony of the OFarrells In earlier ages or about the time of St Patrick it formed what was called NorthTeftia One of tho several districts called Calry was situated near the village of Ardagh and the name though no longer applied to tho territory Is preserved in the name of Sllevo Golry In still more ancient times the hill was called BrlLoth and It was the residence of the Dedannan fairy prince Neldir In some very old Gaelic romantic tales there are curious fairy legends In connection with it At Ardagh a monastery was founded by St Mel a contemporary of St Patrick and St Brlgld an4 venleratlon a time of the first Bishop St Mell The Cathedral otat Mel Is one of tho handsomest buildings In Ireland V IN A MITE An Irishman who was ql course namedPatlWcnl to heaven and was met at the door by St Peter Pat passed the time of day politely with the guardian of the gate and com mented upon the grandeur of every thing roundhlman1then St Peter said I Yes this Is a great place With ru a million years are Just like a minute and a million dollars are like a cent Is that sot Inquired Pt medita tively ThenSay would ye mind U dhignua t1I yes9qidI SI Peter in a minute j1 my am I- I1Y- I AB old Irish wemaaj wao k ftt aI fruit still In Galway bd BQme toet ons given to aer vwfclchI e eJlip d for sale A smart Talk Jehlng to take a riirt ot trf tbq pWi lady took up one of the melons and aId ItieAe areemiU wplM yjW growr cmnrhWa I Amtrloif itolMiYe UuwsII- twic rtha else The woman jrtpwly rempfed th- urt1pIItiWtH i ai1kingtrom Iwtweea- fcV lltw 44 lit aaa Yot pity w- iMwNh ji IbelbUD e II FRANK FEHR R WINne E ZoxQILhJpI 7 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY xr OTJiR B1fSPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY N INCORPORATED f X4UIWVIZ4X JLT Ctitnb Phone West 191 Home PkM 9U THE WIEDEMANNZNC0Er0- AATIDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught arid Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength sad excelkat flies Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN K FRANBT WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUlSVUXftMC i CB THOMPSON I FLORISTONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Give year bojrt an education that will pre pare them for lift ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Kj Conducted by the Xavertan Brothers Classical Scientific and JJutlncss Courses Preparatory De pattment Lane Swimming Peol VellEqnlpped Gyainutum Term Moderate Bro Jamea Dir MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO a BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden SpriijB a UNION STATION DEARBORN LOUISVILLE CHICAGO STATION I lining and Parlor Cars Palace Orewli Room Slupin i E H BACON D P A N W Cor Fourtband Markel Hi LouisvltWi vo little about the fruit or our country whin yo cant tell apples from gooseberries I HE GOT HIS RAISE A few years ago a manufacturer hired a boy For months there was nothing noticeable about the boy ex cept that he never took his eyes of f the machine he was running A few weeks ago the manufacturer looked up from his work tp see the fcpr standing beside his desk What do you want he asked Want my pay raised What are you feting Three dollars JWe11 fcow much do you think you are worth Five dollars You think eo do ypu Yes 1lran Ive been tlnkln no tar tree weeks but Ive been so blamed busy 1 aint had lmetoj speak to you about IL The bpy got the raise NO TWBD FOR THBM Please maam said theaeUM- 11lOthre a J80rmaat Ute doijr legs j 3tayeOi tie IIa JJ t ha J uII ni uBIfwdOlI JJJ FOR furniture Of IJ Kindi at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 WHARKETST All the laCe and new Styles aad Skare- can be found here at reasonable frioMi Call and see usiJLBrownfieldGfcJ 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Gontraetir STEAM and HOT WATER flEATINO Dont Build Without Seeing JMa Home Phone 7846 ENRYaDYER AND CIEMO LdIisad Ost1WjadPApE WORK lUAHANTtM PhoB 9635 Jniftt4I- IERRMANN BROS 4 tJaOJt1BRS FINE WINES AND tEQUt D4ettllrsajdWbo1ib Mi I1MastLNMde o xfe31kiskiei any tc Uy PrIofNtIson rll NIOWt1 J Jt4mtt p TL r u- t KENTueICY7 Irn eAMEIOANi V I 7 Confirmation SultS And Complete Outfits Ready For the Boys Ie 0 LEVYS OUR STORE Third and- Market has been transformed TheII betterments are in everywhere New Goods New Ideas hold sway in the most Mprto date RUG CARPET and WALL PAPER DISPLAY IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE ONE LOW PRICE on strictly reliable goods let no regrets follow if you trade here Hubbuch arOSe WellendorffHtCeRP- MATEO 522524 WEST MARKET STREET Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course to pursue la selecting a piano one of real worth for the money you Invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment i Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt ing of our superior 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 MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated alasaoo POURTH AvEr 3E jI 1 I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2 12 lbs a 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY Ul1Q1 V MARKET 19TREET AND BLACK PRAYER BOOKS OFF a special offer of onethird ofi theregular retail price Communion Player Books and other Special Books Instock This is one splendid opportunity to buy new at a very low figure This offer stands good for only a It would be wise to look over our stock at once Remem have been approved by tne highest authority Aa ROGERS BOOK CO West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky j DOESNT PAY i33e1 QUALITY Get the BEST In the start and the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURE BY WALLIncorporated PLASTER CO I Both Phones M7 Alto IJclJcflOnvUlcI DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary ami Horse Shoeing Forte SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered tPPICeANDPOlloe 713715 SEVENTH STPFFI KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateurand Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SWVENffi POSTCAIliS PICTYREfUMINI 321 Opp WJeffcrloDII FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED i1 i i Broadway and thirtyFirst Street- 1lrrlt1ettraa4 t11ngBeer Especially far Family UM OrJr i ti CiaCM fer yrcJrr r ltl s IMHMi7l7Wf72r SiiMb WM N t j n LIFE U JAJYATORa1c SAVO 0a G- L U HlBERNiANS What They Have Beta Doing the Past Week General News Notes Division 8 of Cleveland Increased its membership 60 per neat last yearDivision 2 of Ottawa Can has a Juvenile Corps of more than fifty membersMany local Hibernians are hoping for an official visit from National President Regan The Ladies Auxiliary made a fine showing last Sunday morning at St Patricks church The next worlcfor thY Count Board will be the annual midsummer outing and reunion At a recent meeting of Division 9 of New York City members con tflbuted 26 to the Irish national fundThe Ladles Auxiliary juvenile branch is arranging a nice entertain mont for the St Paul County Board on April 8 The visit of NVIonal President Regan has aroused great enthusiast in Buffalo and will brlng many addi tions to the order National President RpJan has ex pressed himself pleased with the standing of the order in New Hamp shir6acid Vermont Bishop Guertin was the celebrant of tho mass when the four divisions received holy communion in the Cathedral at Manchester N H Ladies Auxiliary q of Pittsburj won The banner for greatest Increase during 1910 Ninety candidates formed ono of tho classes initiated John Casey of Shelbyville and Raymond Stanton of Jeffersonvillc were among the outo town Hlbor nians at Macauleys Theater on Sun day evening Thomas Langan Financial Secre tary of Division 4 worked valiantly for the success of Sunday Evening entertainment and labored hard In the box office Upwards of 1000 Irishmen marched in the Hibernian parade at Denver on St Patricks day The divisions united and held a public reception in the evening Ladles Auxiliary 3 of St Papl has organized a literary society for the study of Irish music history and dancing and to provide entertain mont for division meetings- As a slight token of esteem In which he Is held and in recognition of his worth Father McKeevor was presented with a purse of gold by Ladles Auxiliary 6 of Plttsburg Division 4 Is the only local body of Hibernians to meet next week and President Hennessy wants a full attendance Big things are to be planned for a postEaster campaign Few worked harder to make the St Patricks day entertainment a success than did Tom Lawlcr of Di vision 1 Tom got his early training In a newspaper office and before he was out of short trousers had learned to appreciate accuracy promptness and brevity He carries these prin ciples Into his Hibernlanlsm More than 4000 persons thronged the Milwaukee Auditorium last Sun day night when the Hibernians had one of tho highest class entertain ments ever given in the West Among those on the programme were the noted Irish tenor John McCormack Bourko CocKran Americas greatest orator and Miss Josephine McGarry of Chicago a reader of the highest standing KEEP BUSY Local Knights of Columbus Have Many Lectures Ahead Thomas C iMapotber will act as Lecturer of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus during the next four weeks Mr Mapother Is carrying on the work of the position with diligence and excellent fore UTBught Last Wednesday night Dr Bernard J OConnor lectured before the couch on The Value of In surance in Our Order On April 5 William H Newman will lecture on The Proper Celebration of Colum bus Day On April 12 Attorney Newton O Rogers will make some observations on The Amendments tol the Federal Constitution and Or igin of the Terms Old Court and New Court I William F Mayer Chairman yet the Assistance Committee is urging the other Knights to notify him for openings of any kind in the line of employment P T Sullivan Chair man of the Membership and At tendance Committee has called a special meeting of that committee for tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock For the Educational Committee Dr M M Eble announces that the or- g anIzation of a class in commercial law is about complete and that PH Callahan will deliver his third lec tureon salesmanship and advertising on Monday night April 10 TRINITYS BIO CLASS Trinity Council initiated a large class In Its club house last Sunday afternoon The work was exempll tied by the State degree team Both Mackin and Trinity Councils were well represented at the meeting A short social session presided over by President Vie K Ecker followed the Initiation Brief addresses were made by the Rev Father J A OGrady Chaplainl of Trinity Coun cll and Hon Samuel Jj Robertson President of Mackln Council Trinity plane lobold Another lultlatlon shortly alter floater HOPKINS THBATBR II Anther gobi vaudeville hill and moving pictures of the usual high laea eharcUr are promised for Hopkins Theater next week The naBaiememtr lteverfaile to farHlsh twpatroaB Bret i claM attraaUoas both an moTion o lta I the vaudeville Hae0 0n 0 I- JI On t SOCIETY DIRECTORY h He DIVISION It Meets at Falls City Hall oa First- andThirdTueeday President William Murphy Vice Presldeat Aathoar Towp kind FarrellFinancial Recording Secretary Joseph E Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomaa P Lawler Set geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 MeoU First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President CVJ Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeelianFinancial Secretary John J Kcacey Treasured ames Welsh fSergeantat msW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteehth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary tThomas StevensFinancial Secretary J G Hesr slonTreasurerD J Dougherty SorgeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J Langan Treasurer Harry Fiady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Relljy SergeantatArms William Gal aghanSentinellI J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc 1r dTiFinancial Secretary John Hogan Treasurer B A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar rUySentinelThomas Gleason MarshalMichael Noon y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President amnol L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Han cock A C Link Financial Secretary F G Adams Recording Secretary R Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker berg jTrcasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andriott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart tAT t n P Mrs RoseAnna Well Washtnety Texas writes March 10 1910I cod- net sleep for two months wa weak nervous had pains In the heart my blood wu cold and I always felt M up In the air Could not do anything without taking medicine Now I testify that Pastor KoenIfT Nerve Tonic U the only remedy which cured me In a short time- Ilamburg Iowa March 10 1810 My nlnfyearold son was afflicted with Epileptic Fits treated by the bOlt doctors here and In Omaha but without success Rev Cook In Coun cil Bhitts recommended then Pastor Kocnlgs Nerve Tonic Since taking this faith that It will cure him entirely I recommend It to all who are troubled with epileptic spells IFREEA ItttlQs 1bJfl haveInnValuable Book on Nor Diseases and Sample to say address Poor pa also nt the ratdlcJe frt Prepared by the BET FATBICB Kocno of Fort Wayne lot since 1870 and now by the KOENia MED CO Chicago 111 lOll Lake Street said by Dratalet at IIlit Bottle as6Urge 5U IlTBt a lor i C K AND L OF A Miss Mary Sheridan Supremo Dep lity for this district for the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America visI- ted Branch 110 of New Albany In Trinity Hall on Thursday evening of last week Miss Sheridan made an address and Installed the officers This branch will give a euchre in its own hall on the afternoon and evening of Thursday April 20 Quite a number ot handsome prizes have been donated and all visitors are assured an enjoyable evening MACATJLEYS THEATERjfcy f Edward Arlington will present The Quality of Mercy with an all star cast atMacauleya Theater on Thursday Friday and Saturday nights next week with a matinee on Saturday afternoon This drama has proven very popular In both Boston and New York The theme of the drama deals with the inhumanity of mankind toward a woman who has made one false step showing that the man who errs Is permitted to take his normal station in society while She erring woman Is condemned to oblivion or worse SUPREME VKHBIDBNT COMING F P Leonard of St Louis Su preme President of the Catholic W1ltlIthellaterwU off the order While ofithewill be arranged and Supreme PraM deaf Laot ard lelh dellytaa ad srwnr1 a rs- p1 1 U D n p1p1P IRELAND Record of tile Most Important 61 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I The death of Hn JohnClaacy at Bnnls Is widely regretted J J Noonan of Ballyhaunis was appointed County Surveyor for North Mayo The Tullamore Urban Council has accepted the resignation of E JGraham as Town Clerk Michael OConnell has been elect ed a member for the West ward In the Clonmel Corporation MayoLunatic 292femalesfemalesDr P OKane of Llm avddy son of Dr Michael OKane of perry has been appointed Justice f attfe Pehco At a meeting of the Trim Board of Guardians the medical officer re ported the death of Michael Brady at the great age of 104 Mrs Julia Lyons aged sixtyfive of Frederick street Limerick was found dead lying on her back on the floor of her residence John Nolan has tendered his res Ignatlon to the Ennlscorthy Board of Guardlns as Master of the Work houso owlng to his ill health There has boon no case of drunkenness at New Ross Petty Sessions for the past three court days al though the district is an extensive one comprising parts of the County Wexford and South Kilkenny At the Assizes In Carrick Justice Madden said there was only one bill to go before the grand jury am be hoped this light calendar woul- continue in the county asrepresent lug a happy condition of things- A fatal accident occurred recently- at TJavan Peter Fltzpatrlck the victim who was proceeding home slipped and fell on the back of his head striking the pavement He died without recovering conscious nessThe old Maynooth classfellowa of the Most Rev Dr McHugh Btshoi of Derry have presented him with a handsome croziera replica of the famous Clonmacnolse crozier pro jDubllnj age has been done to the protecting wall of the basin at Courttown har bor County Wexford A marked sinkage in the village square was apparent this winter and It was no ticed there was a drop of a further sixinchesThree were recently fired into the house of Michael Costello Caherworley One bullet entered tho kitchen window of the bedroom In Which Costello and his wife were sleeping lodging In the wall di rectly over their toads Costello has been under police protection Tho eight Moycullen prisoners who had been sentenced to six months Imprisonment for cattle driving were released from Galway jail The prisoners were met by Justice Michael McNeil Chairman Galway Rural District Council and a number of friends on their release An aged woman named Tierney was discovered dead in a dyke near Castleconnell County Limerick The presumption is that after alighting from her train at Llsnagry she in tended to complete the journey to Castleconnell on foot but acci dentally fell Into the ditch from which she was unable to extricate herself BRIGHT PROSPECTS For Louisville Ball Club In the Coming Peunant Race Tho first team of the Cincinnati Reds will play Louisville this after noon while the Yanlgans of both clubs will clash tomorrow afternoon and will be a reminder of the old National League days when a hot rivalry existed between tho local club and tho Cincinnati Red Stockings President Grayson and Manager Howard made a popular move by ad mitting the fans free the last two weeks to Inspect for themselves the nucleus for this years team and all Boom to ho satisfied that Louisville will surprise some of these socalled sporting writers who have been pre dicting last place for them While on that subject attention is called to the predlctlonsof the CourierJour nalt sporting editor who scatters his opinion broadcast throughout tho country that Louisville will finish last As a booster of home products tho Commercial Club and other civic organizations might employ this patriotic citizen ASHLAND HIBERNIANS Away up Jn the northeastern cor nor of Kentucky is the thriving town of Ashland It is not in the blgolty class yet but It will be It has a strong Irish colony a thriv- Ing division of the Hibernians and a growing branch of the Ladles Auxiliary These two organizations joined in celebrating St Patrlckc day Tho Hibernians hired the hall and furnished the music for a dance last Friday and the ladles cooked and served a buffet luncheon I Thomas Howard Jr was general manager and kept everything moving In lively fashion There were visiting Hibernians and their ladles from rontou Catlettsburg Huntington Portsmouth and other points RECEPTION PLANNED St Peters Branch of the Catholic Knights of America wfll hold asocial session slid reception in the school hail Seventeenth and Southgate streets on thQn htof the third Thursday in April SupremeDeputy Charles Talk will be the chief west of honor and Will be accompanied by other prominent lopalKalgJitS 5rom all aMeumU the krmlns reception will to eaan elaborate order 3 0a as o For Your Furniture Wan I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my price the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street Try Th af1 Captain Mike Howe Niece sm ALL IT SMOKES Distributord ST RIGHTII BE SURE TO CALL FORI McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IB McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy N4 WE WANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I I UI I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTINE Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 046 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERI 810 VESr GRBEN STR1DET Nil NNa NeNNNNltNON M Mar GEHER his WEST MARKET STREl- BBM TUB CK1UBRATSD NNORTH STIR REFRIREfrT The Only with C Insulation The QUICK GAS RK i Combines notja few but all featureeof- practical Value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It rancs high in the estimation of the oahlic CHRIST GROTEIGAPE AND BDWLIHB ALLEY SFIaest Bowliae Alleys la Senth4 FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS OYSTER WITH EACH DRINK Home Phone 6042 Cumb Phone 3892 428430 W 1A JEFFERSONI6 M A A J7N JPm Refrigerator MEAL P BAIWON JR- WicaPres Tree HM WOLT NSecretary F 1 BnnanSSewerr Pipe CCo el Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bowess Pa eat Lidded l a for St aeeatllts Wall CavtaM Dram Tile Vitrified Street Pavfe Brick tire Preelag Flee P aei lee Ltainj fire Hrlck Grate aeUer Tile Greand Fire day Chlmaey Tops LawaVasM VltrUMI Sidewalk IrklL OFFICE 528 wiser JEFFERSON TBtBPHONB 873 WORKStI3tkand Lexla iOthTBLBPMONB t G t rd o Sfna