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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fU Ii SUITS 15 MAPETO MEASURE SEELlALh HOTEL BUILDINII VOLUME XXVIIL NO 10 SATURDAY MARCH 9 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS POLITICS 1 The Evening Posts Criticism of This Paper a Good Self Description Websters Definition Aptly Fits the Contrary Editor of the Post Auditor Henry Bosworth Again Proves Something of a politician- REPRESENTATIVES MAKING 6000 In an editorial on Thursday the Evening Post referred to the Kentucky Irish American es a political Ignoramus but did not go Into de tails as to what Editor Dick Knott considered an ignoramus of that kind The general conception of a political Ignoramus according to well posted politicians is one who always chooses the losing end in a political contest and if there is any one In Jefferson county or the State of Kentucky who has more consistently been on the short end in a political race than the aforesaid Knott ho or she has not boon discovered to date It is not necessary to go back very far in proving this assertion but as a case in point just take the last three years The Post supported Grinstead in 1909 and carried a big headline across the top of the page Grinstead will win by 9000 majority and on the night of the election it is common history how when the returns coming in showed Head an easy winner Editor Knott turned disgustedly to his political editor and said Louis where in the world did you get those cam paign figures- In 1910 Mr Knott and the Post fought Congressman Sherloy and Judge Miller with all the venom and bitterness at their command while both easily defeated McGee and Blupham Sherley winning by the biggest majority over east here in a Congressional election The same old story again In 1911 Knott and his organ supporting Oi lean and his prohibition platform for Governor the best they knew Ieew wcCresryehat4eaaetlevwon by a Iananlde while Louisville and Jefferson county gave a recordbreaking majority for tho Democratic ticket This Jonah record of Editor Knott has probably been the grounds of a divorce by Senator Bradley and his friends from the support of this hoodoo organ in the Republican party According to Webster an Ignoramus is defined as a vain pretender which definition aptly fits the Posts editor in his political career as his knowledge of tho political game is on a line with his supportvery weak The decisive defeat of the public utilities commission bill at Frank tort on Wednesday has clearly shown that when the next Gover nors race rolls around the gentle man from Fayette county Auditor Henry Bosworth will have to bo reckoned with as he has clearly shown his strength both with the people and the politicians winning a noainaC every effort made during the present Legislature to cripple his office or deprive him of any appointments Representative Oharles H Knight of the First ward has made such a favorable impression in the Legisla ture which is also his debut in pol itics that he is already being groomed ifor the nomination for Stale Senator to succeed Herman Newcomb whose term expires this year Another stalwart in the pros ent Legislative body is big Sam Robertson the statesman from the Eleventh and Twelfth wards In all probability he will be a candi date for one of our county offices next year Old Reliable Senator Mark Ryan Is sure of reelection If he again shies his castor not hat in the ring as his well balanced and praiseworthy record in two sessions Is deserving of reward MISSION AT ST CECILIAS Simultaneously with the Forty Hours adoration will begin a two weeks mission at the high mass to morrow morning at St Cedillas church The mission will bo given by two Passionlst fathers one being tho Rev Mark Moeslein of Holy Crosp Monastery at Cincinnati Every morning there will be masses at 5 and 8 oclock followed by short Instructions and at the night serv ices at 730 the principal sermon will be preached The first week of the mission will be for the women the second being reserved for the men On Sunday March 17 a ape cial panegyric on St Patrick will be delivered CATHOLIC COLONIZATION Tho Catholic Colonization Society byArchbishopLouis has entered upon active work n In e letter just received the Most Her S Mewmer Archbishop of Mil waukee says of its scope and purpose It is the protection and pro motion of the Catholic religion through Catholic eolonicatioB HenceFJ our male objeet to relltHoBB It la aIM htritttte as we Jlend our kelp1 4 tdo QC ml j 1I al l KENTUCKY Ikisu AMERICAN LOUISVILLE Ing hand to the colonist for charitys sake not for money or earthly gain While we shall try by all means to protect and promote tho material or worldly interests of our Catholic colonists It will be our principal object to surround thorn with the helps and safeguards of Catholic faith and practice Hence the Cath oUr Colonization Society will not only look for good healthy and Prof- Itable colonies but will provide them as soon as possible with priest church and school This twofold purpose shapes the policy of the Catholic Colonization Society in dealing with laqd companies ao will appear later COMPLIMENTED Degree Team For Work at Last Hibernian Initiation Division 3 A 0 H hold a splen did meeting Monday night when five more names were presented for membership President Hugh Hour gan occupied tho chair and announced that the members who were sick were improving M uch Interest wac shown in the St Patricks day entertainment those present pledg- Ing to help In every way to make It a success Members who have not yet done so may procure their tickets from Treasurer Dan Dougherty 1231 West Market Announcement was made that the Hibernians and auxiliary of Jotter son county would observe the feast of their patron by visiting St Pat ricks church on Suuday morning March 17 and receive ioly com munion in a body Secretary Tom Stevens was instructed to so notify the members as it is the desire of Division 3 to turn out on that morn Ing in full force County President Thomas Dolan was a welcome visitor and when called upon made an excellent talk In which ho encouraged Division 3 to keep up its good work and congrat ulated its degree team for tho part taken in the last initiation He also urged the members to turn out In large numbers at the mass and en tertainment on St Patricks day In closing he extended a general invita tion to all to attend the County Board meeting on Tuesday night at the hall of Division 1- BIZIUIITER Are the Political and Indus trial Conditions In Ireland W 11 With brighter political and indus tria prospects in Ireland social con ditions are moderating and such weapons as boycotting are being abandoned Priests and Judiciary have combined to give impetus to this charge In public opinion Head ed by the Catholic Bishop of Gal way Dr ODea Instructional addresses are being given through out many dioceses warning the peo pie against the extension of boycot ting practices The Bishop himself preaching In Galway Cathedral said after tracing the history of boycot ting from its Introduction in the 70s to the present day What then are our conclusions against boycotting That It is against natural Justice that it is against authority that it is condemned by the church to which we belong Further as everybody knows it is a particularly virulent kind of injustice and un charitableness it is a sort of plague a curse than which scarcely any greater can come Into a parish I speak from experience I have seen boycotting and I know how difficult it is to eradicate it once it gets a hold of a locality and therefore I pray that as we have been free from It here In the post God Almighty may preserve us from it In the future It is a veritable plague and curse and wherever there Is boycotting there Is uncharitable hatred there is no social peace there can be no progress or friendship with Almighty God or between the people themselves UNIVERSITY COMMENDED A rocext letter of His Holiness Pope Pius X to Cardinal Gibbons extols the work of the Catholic Uni versity at Washington and most earnestly recommends its needs to the hierarchy the clergy and the laity of the United States The let ter praises the efforts which the Trustees are making to extend the sphere of usefulness of the university to the training of religious women for the work of teaching in girls academies and colleges It also praises warmly the religious orders which have founded colleges at the university and urges the other religious orders to follow the alreadylocated ACCEPTABLE Mayor Head has appointed Col Caldwell Norton a member of the Board of Waterworks as successor to Charles F Hutileln Col Nortons business ability and experience fit him for the place and his appointment will be acceptable to the entire public CONVALBSOENT Michael Lally a well known realI dent of the West tEnd who under Went a surgical operation three InfirmaryhatBank street where he is coevalea tothefrtesda and luaiBtn e c G R ST PATRICKS Dar Entertainment Programme Partially Announced by Committee Irish Airs and Irish Music Sure to Please Irish and Irish Americans Hibernians and Auxiliary to Attend Mass at St Patricks Church CLERGY INVITED TO ATTEND a After the adjournment of Division 1 A O H Tuesday evening at Falls City Hall President Thomas Dolan called the County Board to order and heard reports of the dif ferent committees preparing for the Bt Patricks day celebration at Masonic Theater everyone being urged to lend his best efforts in mak ing this entertainment a brilliant success Collins Orchesaa has been seemed to render a programme of Irish music and among those who will render vocal and Instrumental Irish airs Are Miss Alcoa Zlx Miss Abbie Chester William L Smith Walter T Barrett Miss Catherine Shes Miss Gladys Relgel and others who will be announced later Attorney Thomas Walsh will preside and deliver an address on the bright prospects for a prosperous Ireland Patrick Horan of Division 3 who was present delivered a short ad dress on some of tho great epochs In Irelands past history Which was much enjoyed and indorsed as one of the best talks heard by that body in some time Mr Horan citing how the Irish were united In the past and urged every delegate of the County Beard to go back to his division and enlist the aid of every member in making the St Patricks day celebration a success in every way which would not only prove beneficial to the order but will reflect credit to tho whole Irish people Thomas W Tarpey also spoke along this line and stated that If every member con stituted himself a committee of one on advertising that Masonic Theater would be unable to hold the throng ontithat eveningShort talks alone tiitsiftrieivstMo md rrgeaut John Maloney John G Hesslon Thomas Stevens William Murphy Thomas J Langan and others The board Instructed the Committee of Arrangements which is composed of John J Barry Thomas W Lawler Hugh Hourigan and Thomas Dolan to invite the local clergy to be their guests on that evening The Talent Committee announced that it had not as yet fully com pleted the programme but would guarantee a pleasant and instructive evening to all who attend and a pro gramme that would be sure to tickle tho fancy of every Irishman and IrishAmerican The entire house hat been reserved the lower floor tickets being sold for fifty cents and the balance of the house for twenty five cents Tickets are nown sale at Dougherty MoElliotts Thomas Keenans and the Kentucky Irish American It was announced by President Dolan that the entire membership ot Jefferson county and the Ladies Auxiliary would attend the 6 oclock mass at St Patricks church on Sun day March 17 and receive holy communion in a body It was sug gested that every division notify its members by postal card to this effect and start off the day by making a good showing on St Patricks day In the morning GOD CALLED HER One of Louisvilles most widely known and best loved women passed to her eternal rest on Wednesday when God called the soul of Mrs Margaret Fackler wife ot John Fackler the retired carriage and wagon manufacturer Mrs Fackler wai born in Louisville seventyone years ago and had lived here all her life For the past year her husband hal suffered from heart trouble and several times his death was expected but from each attack he rallied and comfpttedhimhim Retiring in disposition her life was an exemplary one ending as she had lived peacefully quietly calmly and ready to meet her God Thi surviving relatives inbludo her husband one sister Mrs George Kippes and five children Charles J Facklor foreman in the American Car Works at Jeffersonvllle Mrs Albert Gregg of Jeffersonville and Mrs Edward J Bosler and Misses Lilly and Louise Fackler of this city The funeral took place yesterday morning from St James church and when the ceremony had been concluded the long cortege moved to St Louis cemetery where tho body will rest peacefully until the resur rection day To the sorrowing family friends extend sincere and heartfelt sympathy ABBEY THEATER PLAYS The Chicago TrIb nethus takes leave of the Abbey Theaters pilgrimage to the Windy City and Man ager Donaghey the local Llebler representative it was his enthusiasm which brought the players hereanenthusiasm which Involyee the only error he Made in themattertheerror qf kla bringing tiem at o- J ti- II l all Chicago gave the Playboy of the Western World and the Irish players the best lesson they have had in this country The Irish were offended deeply enough by that ono play of the repertory to punish tho enterprise by remaining away from them all The playgolng members of the Drama League displayed a lamentable indifference and in the four weeks of the season contributed less than 100 to the box office re ceipts according to the management And the remainder of the public save for a few enthusiasts who went repeatedly did not like the strange fare and stubbornly turned their backs upon it ANOTHEBCIIAPTEK 1 Alleged Libelof Den OSul llvan On Trial Nextr TuesdayT t 1 Next Tuesday till mark another chapter In tho alleged libel case of Dau OSulllvan against Messrs William II Hlgglns and John J Barry publishers of the Kentucky Irish American their trial being set for that day in the Federal Court having been indicted at Bowling Green December 11 The following Is a brief review I qf the case On April 7 last year OSulllvan attacked the Whallen brothers the Demo cratic Committee and the entire Head administration in a bitter card having been disgruntled at the Democratic party for not receiving the nomination for Commonwealths Attorney In 1909 when he bolted the party and aided the Republicans In Its following Issue the Kentucky Irish American called his hand end showed that in eight years OSulll van had been fattening at tho public crib as a Democratic official draw Ing 118800 in that time which amount is pretty large for one Demo crat and to anoutsider It looks like he should have been grateful to the Democratic party for life Be coming incensed at this the exoffice holder persuaded the Federal offi cials to swear out warrants for Frank McGrath simply because he purchased some of the papers Messrs Higgins and Barry and on trial In Commissioner Cassins court Wednesday June 24 Mr Mc Grath was dismissed and the Com missioners decision In the other eases reserved until the following Saturday when Messrs Higgins and Barry were hold over to the October grand Jury underbond of 200 The October grand jtHifn session at Louisville refused to indict and the case was then sMfiftitted to the No l Il III C6wtuH fwho also refused to Indict thence to Paducah where the same course was taken and finally to Bowling Green whore an indictment was brought in on Monday December 11 Messrs Higglns and Barry were placed under bond again by Commissioner Cassln and cited to appear next Tuesday Another fact In connec tlor with the Indictment at Bowling Green is that this Is OSulllvans home town where he was born and raised and significant that even one grand Jury out of four was found to Indict RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Connell wife of Thomas Connell and a highly es teemed resident of New Albany died Tuesday afternoon at her home at 415 West Seventh street after a long illness of a complication of diseases She is survived by her hus band one son and four daughters The funeral took place from Holy Trinity church of which she bad for year been a devout member Mrs Katherine Block one of the oldest and most estimable members of St Boniface parish passed to her eternal reward Sunday evening at her home 914 East Chestnut street leaving three children eleven grand children and five greatgrandchil= dren Of a gentle loving disposition with only kind words and charity for all she will be missed by all who knew her The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Boni face church and was largely at tended Last Friday at noon Almighty God called to his eternal reward Louis M Hamol one of Louisvilles most respected residents for many years a teacher in the Male High School and since connected with the Louis vine Nashville railroad The de ceased was a native of France but came to Louisville while a child Surviving him are four sons and two daughters The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo officiat ing at the solemn obsequies Mrs Anna Nora Ridge an aged and highly respected resident of the West End died suddenly Sunday morning of acute indigestion at the homo of her daughter Mrs P A Crites 223 North Eighteenth street Though she had suffered from heart trouble Mrs Ridge was In fairly good health and the news of her death was a severe shock to her numerous friends and relatives Five sons and two daughters survive her The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Patricks church where she had been a Devout and regular attendant TAKES NEW PLACE andwidelyyllle for the past fifteen years chief timekeeper for the American C rand Foundry Company has resigned his position to aeaept smore remunerative place with the Stand ard Steal Car CoBapfiay at Ham MoM apf- o LIQ r i D o III I II FLAMES Devour Handsome College Building Connected With Gctli semani Monastery Monk Breaks Vow and Shouts Alarm to Savo the Students Heroic Efforts of Young Men to Savo Institution From De struction ASH HEAP ALL THAT REMAINS Last Friday afternoon angry flames devoured the college con nected with the Gothsomanl Abbey In Nelson county and all that remains of the once handsome build Ing is an ash heap Fortunate it was that the fire did not take place at night which might have ccaused loss of life and limb The fire was first discovered by Brother Hubert who made frantic but futile efforts to warn students and Instructors when flames broke out in the kitchen and was finally compelled t break his solemn vow of silence to shout his warning After he hat sounded the warning which was carried through the dormitories and study and music rooms the seventy students enrolled at the Institution and the monks formed a bucket brigade to fight the flames which destroyed the college building with a loss estimated at 25000 The students at Gethsemanl were at once scattered to the four corners tho majority of them coming to Louis vine to seek shelter until the eel lege authorities make some arrange ments for caring for them Four of the students Wayland Lloyd and John Glass of New York and two brothers named Hill of Vlcksburg remained at Gethsemanl and were given quarters in the monastery Thrilling stories were told by the boys who came to Louisville in search of quarters pending resump tion of their school work Smoke begrimed and with their shoes and trousers mudbespattered they accepted their misfortune with good grace and apparently gave little hued t t ff of their personal possessions had been consumed by the flames The fact that everybody was warned of the danger in time to get out of the building thereby preventing any loss of life appeared to be the thought uppermost In the minds of the young men who themselves had Joined in the effort to save the Institution from destruction Brother Hubert realizing the danger to the students who were in the different parts of the fourstory structure yet fearing to break his vow of silence ran to te yard ad Joining the college building and picking up a lump of coal hurled it through a window in the music room W G Hayden of Owensboro was In the room at the time When the coal crashed through the window be ran to ascertain the cause and saw Brother Hubert standing below gesticulating wildly Despite the frantic efforts of the monk Hayden did not grasp the meaning of his gestures and started to turn from the window Fear for the occupants then overcame Brother Hubert He made one last effort to make Hay realizinghisfire get out quick Hayden ran through the building spreading the alarm and monks and students rushed to the yard and formed a bucket brigade William Cummins a Louisville boy grabbed au ax and clambered to the roof in the hope of cutting ati opening that would enable the brig ade to get at tho fire from that vantage point The roaring flames made quick work of tho structure however and at tho command of his Instructors Cummins mado his way to the ground only a few mintues be heapJohnRichard and William Callahan of Indianapolis who wore in the basement at the time the fire started worked hard in an effort to check tho flames but were unsuccessful When the fire reached tho dining room they realized that further efforts from the inside to prevent the flames spreading were futile and they Joined the bucket brigade on the outside The monks lined up with the students In their efforts to overcome the flames their faces tense and drawn and their mouths closed tight while the students all about them were voicing their fears In shrieks furnishing a picturesque setting for the flames Standing as though rooted to the ground they passed bucket after bucket along tho distanceofwere poured on the blaze The flames ate steadily Into the structure and in a few hours an ash heap was all that remained of the building Gethsemanl College was situated on the Louisville Nashville railroad fortynine miles east of LoUIs rille in Nelson county The college and monastery are located at Trappist Station a mile north of Geth semanl Station The fact that no provision for fighting fire had beery made and the further fact that the oollegewashardly tellladdMc u a U u f the flames successfully Gethsemani College was founded in 1851 by the Trappist Fathers of Gothsemani Ab bey It was chartered by an act of the Kentucky Legislature in 1868 The site of the college is high ground surrounded by beautiful wooded knobs and pleasant valleys and one of the advantages claimed for the institution has been its seclusion and remoteness from the distractions and excitements of lira In cities and large town- sONENSBORO Said rather Geo M Con nor Will Come to Louisville The dally papers of the past week printed the following dispatch from Owcnsboro but Inquiry here reveals no knowledge of the change referred- to The Rev George M Conner who for the past eleven years has been assistant pastor of St Pauls church In this city Is one of the most pop ular priests that has ever been sta tioned In Owensboro and by his ability earnestness and splendid work in this city both In the church and In movements that stood for the good interests of the city ho has made a wide circle of friends who will regret that he is shortly to go to Louisville to assume the pastorate of St Williams church In that city Father Conner is a brilliant speaker a deep thinker and In all his work impresses his aud itors with his earnestness and with the strength of his convictions Ho Is a man of refinement and rare culture and Is respected by the mem bers of every denomination In the city who have been thrown in con tact with him Father Connor has been tireless in his effort for the up building of the church here and his absence will be keenly felt If any changes are made the peo ple of St Williams will rejoice to have Father Conner as the successor of Father Ford who has endeared himself to every member of the par ish during tho short time he has been their pastor OKANE I Famous Fenian May Re turn to His Boyhood Home The advanced men in the west ot eland be l ve inW1onor1n- IIvJ the erRfthanraisln ments to the dead They aj s g a fund by which it is proposed to bring back from the United States John OKane who was a conspicuous figure in the Fenian movement In the early 80s Tho plan is to set him up in business in Claremorris which was tho scene of his former political activities OKane was one of the most daring men of that period and escaped arrest in spite of the most strenuous vigilance of the police machinery Ho was the friend and contemporary of Pat Nally who was sentenced to ton years penal servitude and died In prison three days before the expira tion of his sentence It was said at the time that every policeman in Ireland had a warrant in his pocket with a full description of OKane but all their efforts proved futile and after a short residence in Eng land he went to New York where ho has resided since His home coming will be made the ocasion of a royal reception Bonfires will illuminate the hillside and the Wearing of tho Green will sound from 10000 Irish throats In some measure the demonstration will em- phasIze the demand of Connaught for home rule- MOURN HER DEATH Death loves a shining mark and when Miss Fannie Eady answered the last summons Saturday one of the purest and sweetest spirits that Inhabit our tabernacles ot clay was released and went to Join that In numerable throng that have gone to the land of eternal rest Miss Eady was a member of St Louis Ber trands church and her life was a living exemplification of the faith she professed She was tho daughter of Michael Eady Jr who was in the plumbing business in this city about twenty years ago and who died following injuries received when a boiler fell upon him Her mother Mrs Linda Eady Is engaged in the millinery business in VIcksburg Miss and for several years Miss Eady had made her home with her I cityI hnvlngImarried Miss Virginia Nunn of i Frankfort February 12 Heart trouble from which she had beenI I givenIcondition was not considered seri I ous She had been visiting friends Friday evening and apparently was j In health when she retired The fu neral took place from the Dominicani I 10Iby many mourning friends and relatives- VINCENTIAN EXTENSION Archbishop Quigley has urged the organization of a conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society in every parish of the Chicago diocese Fifty six prrlahes now have conferences with an active membership of 929 not equal to that of Louisville The Chicago organization expended 28912 for oharlty during tltyeara- nd procured employment fox 463 persons OVERCOATS 15 UNION MADE SEELBACH HOTEL BUILOINO DOUBTfUL Date For Introduction of Irish Homo Rule Bill Not Yet Set tl May Bo Held Up By the Break of Liberals and Labor Party Even Politics Remain Quiet Until Danger of Strife Shall Pass ROUSING MEETING IN ENGLAND Premier Asquith and his Ministerial colleagues fully realize that Great Britain is passing through one of the greatest crises in its hIst- ory It is not only an industrial but a political and social crisis as well Reviewing the situation last Saturday T P OConnor M P cabled that the fortunes of the coal byhourernment was hailed with enthusiastic and universal applause and Premier Asquith his complete grasp of all tho facts by his im pressive appeals to both combatants and by his resolve in the back ground to resort to drastic legisla tion if no other escape from the deadlock is possible dominated the legislators House of Commons and are filling the lobbies to discuss feverishly every now report In every hour of the day Never did one great Issue more completely submerge every other question The miners refusal to negotiate a minimum wage and their refusal of Asquiths proposals drives them Into an unpopular position and all the immense and practically uni versal public sympathy has gone for the moment This profound mistake comes partly from the supremacy nJthe extremists but largely from tabsolute want of confidence amo the work people in any chance Justice trom the greedy employer the stupid railway directors and UK Tory Judges The uncertain prospects and the mendous struggle for the moment darken the prospects of Irish home rule yet the home rule idea espe cially home rule all round made a big step in advance this very week The resolution in favor of home rule for Scotland was carried by the big majority of ninetyeight in tho House of Commons and the opposi tion to it from the Tories was half heartedThe byelections however still show a diminution of the Liberal strength and the reduction of the Liberal majority in the St Rollex constituency in Glasgow by 75 per cent adds to the Liberal depression These mishaps are almost entirely due to the temporary unpopularity of the insurance act and the reckless misstatements of the effects of that measure by the Tory speakers In Manchester where another byelecr tlon now Is proceeding similar tac tics probably will produce a reduc tion in the Liberal majority as the constituency consists largely of clerks who dread the loss of the al lowances during the illness hitherto goodheartedOtherwise the Liberals and Irish remain in the highest spirits for cordial cooperation between thaILiberals and Irish on the new home rule bill now Is assured and the Irish leaders have no doubt of the accept ance of the bill and their policy at tho Irish convention The date of the introduction of the bill is not yet settled as it is impossible to approach the Ministers on this or any other subject while the coal controversy and the negotiations with Berlin occupy their whole at tendonThe Irish leaders will press strongly for the introduction of this tohavgtheter vacation and they probably will have their way unless the mine k Rousinghomeall over England Ireland shows signs of feverish othe a the biggest subscription to the na 4days4 U VALUABLE LIBRARYft I The Catholic University Library at Washington has BOW reached a total of 75000 volumes and is In several respects the most valuable Catholic library in the United States It grows at an average off v 4000 to 6000 volumes a year and Is particularly rich In periodicals of which over 400 are received regularly J Among the principal acces sions this year are the great BerHn collection of Latin Inscriptions over 150000 and the 250 volumes of the ehronIcles o VITA TIE SICK r The many friends of Mrs William i NaooanwUtbealmost fully recovered from th WJmew that bM oonHned them to ttt krfmiaa for several wokR- a J JJ o r I KENTUOKY IlEtiI AlIIERIOAN i l IRISH flMERlGtmKENTUCKYtt- i ftcveted to the Social ted Moral Adnncenemeat ol Irish Aaerlcaii and Cathallci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishert INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bnttred at the LoaliYlIU Potttttle a SecoodCUti rUtttr AMrtsi aU Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Dices St U N TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 9 1912 SPECIAL Next weeks Issue of the Kentucky Irish American will consist o twelve pages It will be the regular St Patricks day number and will contain much valuable reading matter aswell as a directory of Louis villes most reliable business houses WARNING The Socialists of the First Congressional district hold their convention at Evansville last Sunday and nominated candidates for Con Bresc and the legislature Among the resolutions adopted was one de daring for tho abolition of the United States Senate This of itself shculd turn every citizen agains- Socialism which alms at the destruction of government and law and order EVERY WORD FALSE The Evening Post which has ever gone out of its way to misrepresent the Kentucky Irish American has again broke loose last Thursday that untruthful sheet made the fol lowing editorial comments The people of this community have been misled by the assumption of the Irish American a politics Journalistic ignoramus to speak at- onE and the samo time for the Roman Catholic church and the Louisville saloons The Irish American has been more papal than tha Pope and more eager In defense e of the lawless saloons than any liquor association Without quoting a word or sen tence from our columns to bear ou Its baseless charge the Post then refers to Father Phelan and the Western Watchman who are like h 10 Kentucky Irish American fo nperance bet against prohibition lltor Knott must come again We allenge him to make good In any way his ravings which would per haps cease were the Post to receive usrWithout any real justification theI D English are vehement in protest against the suggestion that the Pan ama canal tolls collected fromI American shipping be returned TheI United States Government willI endeavor to work out the canalI problems fairly and honestly In ac cordanco with treaty obligations Diplomacy thus far has gained u I no advantages in this great under taking and certainly It would be anl act of childish good faith to yield to any unreasonable demand whichl may be made by nations whoso con nection with the canal is purely that of beneficiary If other nationsI rebate to their own shipping the tolls which tho American Govern ment collects it would only put tN another embargo on American ves sels to mako them bear this expense from which tbo ships under other flags aro free Russia and Germany i may rebate and Great Britain may not Groat Britain probably would continue its furious protest If the Tnlted States followed the course which might be pursued by Germany and Russia One thing Is certain the United States Is not called uponIto bear the expense of the canal and then placo its shipping at a disadvantage i In competition with that of I other nations The Senate on Tuesday passed Senator Huffakers bill requiring physicians and midwives under t severe penalty for failure to admin itater a proper antiseptic to the eyes ot newly born babies to prevent blindness This is a Christian and J iriJ see toII Its strict Corcementto Right Rev Nicholas C llatz Bishop of Denver urges the faithful to withdraw their support from cor rupt sensational periodicals and to CathDife n ichurchi paperstbmughout TIe Knacky Legislature passed the bill to substitute hospital for slgnatioDsofIJnn are suffered from misitfal unbalance are treated This nay be ease leflsIlatten but aa yet no one eon see what benefit will result from the haneOn igood bill Dy11tllfy the kislature and vuA by Om OT= mr was that Introduced by Jfon rl- z r o Samuel Robertson changing tit manner of appointing the jail matron of Louisville- r lUOCIf TRIAL Will entertain Members of Mackin Council Mouday IThe Entertainment Committee of Mackln Council announces a mock trial for the meeting Monday night As Mackin has In Its membership many attorneys former court off dale and aspirants tho trial will bo perfect In every detail and will prove a very interesting feature Monday night the hall was filled when Preal thetboxing exhibition having brought out many stayathomes Tho exhl bltlon consisted of four rounds be tweeD Robert Sbeckler and George Duddy and proved a firstclass en tertainmentVisiting committees reported that the condition of Joseph Gathof an William Gallagher remains un changed The Opera Committee an nounced that eighteen young ladles and eighteen young men had been selected for the chorus and that re hearsals were now being regularly hold All indications point to this being the best production ever un dortaken by Mackin Council Flee additional applications were received and the prediction coati dently made that there would be seventyfive in the class to be initiated April 14 The Gymnasium Committee announced that Thomas Yount and Louis Kieffer had con seated to act as instructors and that a boxing class will be at once organ zed tBOOSTING The meeting of Division 1 last Tuesday night was brief and only Wasrtransacted This was In order that the members might participate 1 in the County Board meeting and boost the coming observance of St Pat ricks day Members were urged to do all they could for the success of the entertainment at the Shilbert tueuvonmg 01 cep were ordered sent out requesting all to be present at St Patricks church at C oclock in the morning when the Ancient Order of Jefferson county will receive holy communion in a body Several sick claims were allowed and three appll cations were referred to committees EASTER EUCHRE ReIon are ar ranging for a mammoth euchre and reunion to take placo on Easter SouthISixth street Already many prizes have been secured and It Is thought the number will reach seventyfive Through tho generosity of John Berry a beautiful solid gold Mexican opal ring will be awarded tho person disposing of the largest number oft tickets which are only twentyfive cents The purpose Is a worthy one therefore it is hoped this euchre will be a social and financial success DISTRESSING Last Sunday afternoon Sister MercyfloEpltalbeen seriously ill for some time past suffered an attack that affected her mind and it was necessary to take her to Council Bluffs Iowa whore sho is in a sanatorium for treatment Her illness and mental trouble Is thought Ho have resulted from over work Sister iMary Reglna is well known In Indiana whore sho has founded two hospitals While the Sisters associated with her and her friends are distressed over ber condition they pray for her recovery GONE TO REST The many friends of Mn and Mrs Jrlevedtopected death of their bright eight yearold son Marlon Metcalfe which famltyhomemeningitisThegreatfaorlteglocm his parents and many rela wereheldCATHOLIC KNIGOTS theCathotleated 1036 new members and added over 69QOO to the reserve fund Since January 1 six more branches havfi been organized while the older ones ire showing a surprising in crea ein membership x WIRELESS jfOlt FORDHAM t PhyslcalLaboratory werf11nf1wlrele18 station IB belay installed under the direction dillsteaofPhyuicr NBVBR HAD FRRIEZEa The HutherJ1Up of Florida Is 1 H lJtatlcEWhIchwatber P 0ini W1 F X Dawson of New Haven where as for a tare days this week J W Grimes and wife of hi Sterling were here for a few days this week Alias Bessie Cummings has returned from a visit to Mrs J F Mooney at Bardetown Mrand Mrs E J Langan ar- rIved home Saturday from a ton days visit in the South Lawrence Boldrick C Throlkeld openeMiss Louise Shelley has been th guest of iMIss Katherine Welch s her home at Spring Station Joseph A Cassidy exMayor of Bellevue arrived hero Saturday and tegistered at the Tyler Hotel Mrs Edward Bowling of Lebanon Junction has been the guest of her aunt IMrs M IHIggins in Oakdale Mrs Della iBurke has recovered from an Illness of grip that confined her to her home at Highland Park Miss Marcie Vlgllnl of the High lands has gone to Greenwich Conn to visit her sister Mrs Belle Powell1 Miss Althalre Mattlngly of Lebanon is here for a visit with Miss Katherine Mattlngly in the Hlgh lands Mrs John MoAteer and Miss Emily McAteer are home from a weekend visit to friends In Clark county Miss Marie OiBrlen is home from Chicago where she spent the month of February as the guest of Mrs John Bennon Mrs J G A JJoyd of the High lands has had as her guest for week Airs J W Fitzgibbon oiSouth Bend tad Miss Helen Rlpy has returned to her home at Lawrenceburg after spending a week here as the gue of Mrs J P Rlpy Mrs Henry Troxler and Miss Laura OBrien left this week for Palm Beach and Cuba where they will remain until spring BowlingGreenMr and Mrs J M Murphy and Mr and Mrs S D McDanlel Miss Alice Curtln who has been visiting Miss Margaret McKenna at Fairfield was last week the guest of Miss Nell Huston at Bloomflold Mrs Daniel W Cuniff and brother William J Gallagher left ifvor lrtIn8vJ1e- Sprlngs for a two weeks stay I i Mrs John Brooker and Miss C J Becker visited Mrs George Love 1 New Albany lust week and war guests at the Kaffee Klatch monthly reception i i f Daniel Donahue and son Ray mond Donahue 1831 Center street I New Albany loft Tuesday for Tampa Fla for the benefit of the latters Tho helthI I I Elizabeth Hlldebrand and George Plinks of Clifton whose engage I ment was announced last week has been set for April 24 I I II Mr and Mrs J A Jaglowicz o Crescent HUt are on an extended vlsljjjto relatives In Detroit and Can ada and will spend a Week in No York City before returning Lynnburstt Josephs Infirmary Thursday th operation proving successful andI I her physicians predict a rapid recov eryAfter alit1I Hospitallastl Michael Lally has returned to his homo on Bank street and is con valescing rapidly Highlands over the arrival of an elevenpoun- boy The little one arrived Sunday night Mother and children areI progressing favorably Miss Efflo McDonald who hasI been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past several weeks with an attack of typhoid fever Is now Improving rapidly and will soon be able to be removed home WheeUngWMrs Margaret Metcalfe and sister BreckJnrldger oTuesdayn prise to her Louisville relatives HOPKINS THEATER 1 Vaudeville as planned for the HopkinsThetlterangle of high claw theatrical di performancethereall of headline merit and the usual1 motion picture exhibition There weakhe j I GENERAL CHAPTER I The Very Rev Gilbert Francali 0 3 C Superior General of the Order of Holy Crow hM announced that the general chapter of the or yearnwiil I Reprerentatlres i tates and Canada will take part in deliberations The chapter will 1 begin Hi jwMloi on August 1 a 0- L L a t MENS 10tand 12 50 SUITS I fOR ii 5tI I BrokenLines I I This Seasons Regular Stocks LEVYS 1THIRD AND MARKET The Bright Spot In I ILouisbilleJ I KNIGHTS OP COHMBPS I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Last week Indianapolis Councill thirtyfivefI IcandIdatesI at Sterling Col will Install a window In St Anthonys church thereIgiveatnl i the third degree at St Paul last I week Over 1000 witnessed the ceremony I Anew council to be composed I wUlIfor a largo ropresentatlon at the I monuI will conduct the annual retreat for the Knights of Cincinnati It wit I monthII tuted at Raymond Wash and later on a council at Olympia Knight hOD 18 nlJJ9lnJIab lB taroff Northwest Six hundred Knights gathered at Delavan Wis last Sunday for then Initiation of 100 candidates and the- o conferring of the three degrees The visiting Knights from the surround trainsian earnest effort and believe they will land the big convention for Colorado Springs The convention meets Aug ust 6 and it is said a majority of the committee favor the Western city Congressman J M Graham of Illinois in an address befiro Minne apolls Council paid a high tribute to tho Knights of Columbus as an or loyaltyIhlgbestfchurch rTRINITY COUNCIL Progressing theCoveted CandidateIMark Trinity Council Y M t held a well attended and spirited meeting Monday night transacting quite an amount of business President Hennessy was In the chair and announced that the Membership Committee was progressing vapidly to the coveted fiftyI candidate mark Sundof the Literary Committee recently returned from an extended trip over the country gave an account of his travels that proved instructive and interesting and held the attention of his hearers until the end when he tvaa generously applauded The rehearsals for Sergeant Kitty the opera to be given next month at the Masonic Theater ate being held three times a week with marked Improvement noticeable at each This Is gratifying to the com tnltlee and the council at large It Is confidently predicted that Ser geant Kitty will prove Trinitys greatest success and will eclipse last years production Princess Bon pie Trinity Council was nevermore active than stow and on all sides the work being done will be soon manifest CHANGE FOR BETTER Within the past few days there I has been a favorable change In the condition of Walter E Glover whoII has been critically ill at his home 1510 South Thirdstreet So alarmed wen hit friends that on Sunday a cablegram was sent to his I daughter Miss Marie Glover la Paris eke sailed dayatid WillJJ arrive here the first of next week TAJmN TO IJ98PlTALtt Many friends will i gret to l learnaof the Illness of William McLaugh anThirdweekd has wince beenatatAnthony41 Hospital Mr Holiiiuf theCatliedrellI WALNUTST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee March 10 The Great Big CheerUp Song Remedy The Newlyweds and Their Baby musicalIMatinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 35c 50c 7Sc HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS I uous Three shows daily Sunday condo AVENUE THEATE SundaylSensational Melodrama Tracy the Bandit lThis play is based on Harry Sheldons story of stirring events in the West and will be presented by a strong company POPULAR PRIORS Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Dolly Matinees lOc ISc and 25- cCASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic tare Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Children COLUMBIA DUnder the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic LADIES HATS Bring your old Straw Hats to ui and have them cleaned dyed and reshaped The only house In the city that carries acomplete line of sample bats Twentyfive new shapes to select from Falls City Straw Works BANNISTER CO 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- lieleotroPaf Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 PITTSBURGCOAL 375 i PER TONT- ELEPHONE BoiiMy Lanningj COAL j FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA I i LATEST IN STYLES Two small roses made of beads adorn a childs hat Parasols with handles tip and rings of crystal are shown 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Dellrered H BOSSE SON Funerall Directors and Embalmers csio FPiHR AV1 NU Telephbne 1022 Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal losarance Order la the World Members in Good Standing 1 150000 Deathbegefite paid eoreanlzed138520 0 JOIN NOW WM CALLAGHAN Slate Organizer 27110 W Jeff HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tskphsne 1948 234 SIXTH STREET JLBrownllellGo 553 THIRD ST Eitixiir and Cwtrictir WATHRHEATING II NMtt BuiU Without 5eaagI M- eaPtMMM 7B46 o Tow of the l heeler Santa Fe Oil Field Gorier ConntyI IBirdseyo OklnhomnII JUDICIOUSI INVESTMENTS The Only Safe Method of Making Your Savings Work For You s The Petroleum Development Company Incorporated of Ardmore Oklahoma presents to the readers of the Kentucky IIrish American an opportunity for lust such an investment in its Wheeler Oil and Gas Property The holdings of the company are well located The inducements offered are within the bounds of reason and have nothing of the get rich quick about them The terms under which you can invest are liberal The management of the company is conservative and has the unquall ifiedendorsement of Louisville business men who have investigated the proposition Read What Some of Them Say About It Louisville Ky January 31 1912J Petroleum Development Company Ardmore Oklahoma Gentleman We have each received notice of the acceptance by you of our offer to purchase lots in the Scully Subdivision in the productive Wheeler Sante Fe Oil field of Oklahoma eighteen miles from Ardmore and within less than a mile of Oil City After thorough investigation we were so well pleased with the fairness of the proposition that we are strongly recommending it to our friends In our judgement you are not offering for sale doubtful stock but solid land in a proven oil field of immense possibilities as shown by present developments Your plan is open and above board fair and honest backed by ample security and by men of high standing purchaseVeryGEO W BERRY J P J C 1 1 fl TORPEY rJMcELLIOTTj v v DR CHAS A EDEUN1 WMCALLAGHAN J 4w firr h tz it I r n jJJj BARRY I 1 7 Messrs Burns and Kirkham the representatives of the company arej locatedat No 10 Rbssmore Apartments where they will thoroughly explain the entire proposition to you Either call on them personally or phone them at Home Phone 1426 and they will call on you JAMES T BURNS AND A L KIRKHAM SALES AGENTS FOR THE PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 10 ROSSMORE APARTMENTS LOUISVILLE KY CARDINAL Presides and Addresses the National Civic- Federatl n With Cardinal Gibbons presiding tho twelfth annual convention of the National Civic Federation met Inn threeday session at Washington on Tuesday opening the way for discus sion of the vital topic of Industrial peace on a scale hitherto unparalleled In America Cardinal Gibbons In his speech paid tribute to the workman and de clared the motto of both employer and employe should be Labor and capital one Inseparable now and forever The prelate dwelt upon the dependence of capital upon la bor and declared there was as close an Interdependence between the members of the social body as exist ed between the members of the physical body Without labor to work Its mines till its soil and ac complish the multifarious tasks of human activity the Cardinal said capital would be unproductive But If capital can accomplish little without labor ho said labor can ac complish still less without capital In closing Cardinal Gibbons ex pressed the hope that capitalist and workingman would work in harmony and strive for an era of complete industrial peace BISHOP COMES SOUTH Last week Right Rev Bishop Henry Colton accompanied by his sister Miss Josephine Colton and Right Rev MonsIgnor Baker left Buffalo for Ashevllle INO Wednes day was the first time Bishop Colton had been out of the house for eight weeks but he was comparatively strong and looked forward with pleasure to his sojourn in the sunny South It is hoped that lie will return to his episcopal city fully recuperated and in Condition to again take up his manifold duties DELEGATK CONSECRATED Monsignor Bonsanog consecration an titular BiBkop of MUyhrae tookI place on Sunday and was conduoti by Cardinal Merry del Val Who Wu aieisted by Bishop Kennedy Recto f the Amerleaa College aDd the Jcmllporaoaoepteto THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and pibalurI TELEPHONE 365 All olli promptly attended to day or night carriage furnUbed for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST FOR RHEUMATISM ONLY HAMPFMUELLERS RHEUMATIC REMEDY Works wonders on any Rheumatic subject regardless of the form Whether MUSCULAR ARTICULAR SCIATIC or INFLAMMATORY actually relieves the pain after taking fourdoes and safe for the most delicate stomachs or systems For sale at all drug stoner COo arid 100 Prepared Only by KAMPFMUELLERS MANUF6 CO 1108 EAST MAIN STREET 1IWSVHLE KY i II CEtTRALFURllTltRE GO e Incorpuryled N W Ctr Tfakd sad Grcra Ste oemrI pletost oesy paymeais I aWL CA LlUIIWf 3ia SaiO iDspt I LAND ACTS Puts Tenants On Road to Complete Owner ship Many well known men Richard Croker ampng them have testified to the change that is coming over the face of Ireland through the spur chase of the land by the tenants un der legislation of recent years Figures are now available to show that the Island is a long way on the road to a complete change of owner shipFirst and last 1000OQO000 will be needed to complete the turnover About 350000000 has already been advanced under the land acts to aid tenants to purchaso their holdings and nearly 200000000 more will be advanced under the act of 1903 as the funds become available Even the London Times a paper ordinarily hostile to Irish claims admits that materially and morally socially and politically the agrarian revolution is changing the face of tho country and transmuting all the Irishproblem HEROIC PRIEST Three horses imperiled by a fire Saturday night in the rear of Ford ham University New York City were rescued by Rev Father Lyons ono of the college priests The fire started shortly after 7 oclock and destroyed a stable in the rear of tho college building The students and priests fought the Haze until the arrival of the firemen and Father Lyons who was among the first on the scene rushed through the heavy smoke and blaze and freed the horses which were tied in their Btallg TUNNEIi OPENED The tunnel eonB eting the Popes apartmerite with the Vatican gardens has been opened and jylll be used by fluaX It will enable him to take exercise la the garden at any hour Heretofore time hM been often lm poMjtble becaiuM it wag necessary for the Pope to parse the c art gafttortoB which usually are filled with People The physicians are confident that regular exercise will be of great s benefit to the Pontiffs tfoaJUj I A RANK fEnRBREWINGGO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWXIs Excellent and Pure A pproved by every- One who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE JKY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS 9- y Clay Street Brewery t j 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY sa PALLSCITYBREWINOCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Arc Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb Will 69 5ALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Li- ghtJJOHNFOERTELCO L BUTCHERTOWN INCORPORATUDoBREWE- RYEBRAT1BPREAM BEER 1400 to 1 J O8 Story Avenue ISOTH PHONES 891 LOU1SV1LL A umb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 y THE WIEDEMANNINCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers l sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky 1 OLD FORTUNABOURBON T CVHE l INOORPOKAfKD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS M M MULDOONa Practical Horse Shoer Handmade Shoes of all kinds Trotting horses a specialty All work promptly attended to and guar anteed Horses Called For and Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET HOME PHONE 5579 CB THOMPSON FLORIST ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prfmFtattelltlo and satisfaction guaranteed Giias fl Rogers tie BOOK GO PRAYER lOOKS AND ROSARIES I To suit every taste Give tu at call and IDo8pectour line of good LTbffiue the tof- kMdatUlr the city I M MnulM Ml Mfr J Ml or JII1I zsQRel1aoii 4UW tJefferlrOD tn Olive your boys an education that wHI prf pare ttwai for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LonlsTllle K Conducted by the Xavcrlan Birotlitra C Zsa Scientific and BnslneM Courses frepunJ C PeaOollIm= HEHBY AAIJL JJ1 P PltS DYER AND E- I3 ft Ladles Mi GlfW Wiirlig Apars- J WORK GUARANTEED PkWuese 528 Fifth Strm- sttHFNRYflUNOLD DXAXJHtIN StiriiIaH Fancy Br- A FIRSTCLABtIAMPLEROOMIN a Old Whiskies a Specialty HMM Ma MM 524 Wi T r FL a V ll c I ENT OKY EIj M3IC N SWISS CtFAWearingNi i THE BIG STOREu t SPECIAL SALE MENS SPRING SUITS 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9ricYFireandEoiler Tile Ground Pire Clay- Ckfmaey Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 573 y WORKS t3th and Lexington and Mgnolta Ave Bet pth and loth T LBPIIONB 2833 yfyT r TT Pr 7 T Elr Tf 1 II as IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and n bi satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTERAL MANUFACTURED BY 4 mNTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated r 1itCIYIIII e PORTLAND LAUNDRY u L Cff OASt ERSEN PROP zentCOLLARSand J et AMI V wAEEING- t u CJJ PPkeae W 71tfuwe Pkuae 7390 09 2 11 POR AVENUE on u LTIc n rb- II HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doin g the Past WeekGeneral- News Npte5 The big division of Milwaukee had a fitting observance of Robert Em mets day at the Alhambra on WednesdayDivision 1 of Syracuse will wel come all members of the order Mon day night when its Robert Emmet celebration will take place National President Regan is now on a trip that will extend as far as Belittle and British Columbia and will cover a month or more Cincinnati Hibernians have pro pared for a general initiation on St Patricks day when a large number will be received Into the order The Hibernians of Portland Ore are arranging fora great public meeting on March 21 when National President Regan visits that city State President M J Barry of Columbus Ohio was the principal speaker at the Robert Emmet an- nIversary celebration in Indian apolisDivision 4 meets Monday night when President Hennessy hopes to see every member present The business will be of more than or- dInary interest Hibernian Hall at St Paul was thronged Monday night when the Ancient Order paid its tribute to the memory of Robert Emmet Hon D W Lawler delivered the principal address WIlliam J Mooney who has always 1 helped every Irish movement will preside over the Hibernian mass meeting to be held in IndIan- apolis on the afternoon of St Pat racks day- Besides tho Irish Volunteers an Hibernian Rifles tIs expected to have the Rhodo Island National Guard turn out in the Hibernia- parade at Providence IR I on S Patricks day Those who would secure goo seats for tho Hibernian entertaIn- ment at the Shubert Masonic Thea ter on St Patricks day must not de lay They may be procured from any of the divisions Excepting the memorable parade when the national convention me there the parade in Indianapolis on St Patricks day will be the most Imposing ever given by the Hiber nians in the Hoosier State Milwaukee Hibernians have secured William Jennings Bryan for their celebration of St Patricks day Chicagos iPaullst choir of 100 I voices has also been secured and Irish selections rendered by them will be a pleasing stature apts Lawrence J Mackey and1l as QuInn have renewed th I fc for members for Division and offer the same inducements t members securing candidates as int their last campaign which brought many accessions Into the order The meeting of Division 3 on Monday rl night was made quite interesting by the short talks delivered b J George J Butler Patrick Horan L J Mackey Pat iMulloy Matt OBrien Thomas QuInn Sergeant1 John Maloney and Thomas Kennedy each one of whom are orators of noi mean ability SEVEN TEAMS At last weeks meeting of the Catholic Baseball League franchisesJ were awarded teams representing St Anthonys St Louis Bertrand St Williams Holy Cross St Martins Holy Trinity and St Charles par ishes Pour others have made ap plication for franchises and the league may be increased to ten clubs John W FJoOd and Cap tFrank Reichert were present and spoke encouragingly of the league- prospects Jack Tighe will address the next meeting March 14 when Chief Umpire Babe Ryan will an nounce his assistants BREAD LABEL PRESENTS To Introduce their + Rosa bread th New York Baking Company Is giving a silver tea spoon Rodgers Brothers make with every fifty labels off this bread This bread is being baked i a new sanitary bakery by union labor strictly Besides Rosa bread they are furnishing grocers iwlth a fine line dally of rolls cakes kuchun and pies This enterprising company with Its new end uptodato methods is surely deserving of tho patronage of Louisvilles citizens WALNUT THEATER That chuckling bubbling musical comedy The New yweds and Their Baby with Its pretty girls gorgeously picturesque costumes and wealth of scenic effects will be next weeks offering at the Walnut street Theater There are sixty pocplo in the company besides the baby which has been made famous In the cartoons of George Mc1lanusI gRID EUCHRE Tho St Anns Society which is composed of the ladles of St Pat ricks parish have announced a euchre and flotto for Monday after soon and evening April I 15 at Heptasoph Hall northeast corner Seventeelth and Main streets Games1 in the afternoon will commence at 230 and in the evening at 3 oclock J JENTIRELY NEW PIw Mir B Patrons of tbtlCulna and Orpheum Theaters will next week I see the latest moving pictures pro duced The subjects are varied and pleasantant I JNrefllfflB OrthMe+ houses have made tke mI1t popular is tin oKy niistwiUd+ soelgeeWare to meet with great Saver t J y WE SAYi Without Fear of Contradition That the Adler Southern Style I PiapoiCase especially selected rnAti any Tone evenly balanced Scale sd- eaORuily and Basical ly ccr net CONTAINING The finest piano action made in America The retailers price for this grade 500 No middlemans profit between us Our price dl rect from our factory to your home 32250Convlnent terms for easy pay ments No interest No extras ADLER MFG CO INCORPORATED 29TH AND CHESTNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE KY THE 2WOR1TES I of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 1JOe Cigar LITTLE AJCigartqualltdy andtbetestrnade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokes T W TARPY a CO MAKERS- t SEVENTH SfT NEAR MARKET s SOCIETY DIRECTORYI Y rA O H DIVISION 1 Meet t Falls City Hall ant Pint t and Third Tuesday PesldentMartJn J Cuslck PaneTompkins Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rollFinancial Secretary Jos E Far yell 1808 West Market Lawlory5ergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelHenry McDermott DIVISION 2 Beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Follows Hall Sixth and Wal nut streets- PrcsldontCOn J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefe Financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 Dumesnll Sergeant at Arms J CharlesI Obst SentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION I MondayssIlneteeHlh and Portland PresIdentHugh Hourlganh Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ensFinancial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird DoughertyeSergeantatArmsTames Stevens tlnelThomaaN Noon 4nMeets Second and Fonrth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennesey Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 807 West Oak Treasurer Harry J Brady SergeaJ1tatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Halt County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn O Cole Vice PresldentJE Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc Qrodr Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Cell SergeantatArms Michael Oar rlty SentinelThomas OleasoB Marshal Mlriuul Noon JM X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Moaday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice reMdeMA 0 Link TuesideatWtltiamRihi I Financial Seeretary4Gm Link Recording tleoretaryRobert Os J borne i GeorgeJ I Treaeorer Robert T Burke c Manhal MnIIH- HIaaWat1eIPehNAMrS OtttMde eutteeliTossgh diigglse J- II 1 1u IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges gottentogetherUnionist association at Balllo borough Meetings of the United Irish League are everywhere well attended and the subscriptions generously renewed Mrs Patrick Greene aged sixty five of Ennlsklllen was found dead In a pool of water In the rear yard of her home The underground lighting mains at Dundalk have been laid and the contractors are at work running tho overhead wires Two Irish members of Parliament J P Hayden and Vincent Kennedy were married in London within an hour of each other The shops bill becomes operative May 1 after which on one day each week tho assistants shall not be em ployed after 130 p m- In his Lenten pastoral Cardinal Logue fully and forcibly warns tho people of Ireland against the opera tions and principles of Continental Socialism Rev L OKolran and Thomas Toal J P have been reelected rep resentatives of the iMonaghan County Council on the Council of Agriculture The people of the town and dls tract of Loughrea are rejoiced at the complete recovery of Very Rev Father Brennan from his recent serious illness Timothy Hurley has been reln stated on the farm at Fossa near Ill arney from which his father and mother and a family of ten were evicted thirtythree years ago on the Earl of Kenmare estate The agreements have been signed In connection with the Wlnn estate at Glenhoigh County Kerry the scene of a famous eviction cam paten and the burning of houses an event that aroused Indignation in all parts of the kingdom The appointment to the Magis tracy for County Leltrlm is an nounced of Dr P D Walsh of Kin lough Dr Walsh is the first Cath blic in the KInlougu Petty Sessions district to receive the commission of peace from a Lord Chancellor- At the quarterly meeting of the South Tyrone Teachers Association T Plnan was unanimously elected Chairman for the coming year This signal tribute of respect is a fitting honor for a man who has rendered such valuable assistance to the or ganization The disappearance of Miss Sarah Tretmor aged twentyeight has created a sensation at Errlgal Truagh A general search hasbeen made but without any trace being found Her hat was found near a lakolnthevicinity and it is thought she may have been drowned With regret we announce the death of Mrs John Maguire of Castle road which occurred after a short illness A kindly and generous neighbor big hearted and charitable those who knew her best appreciate the loss her death will cause A fer vent and practical Catholic she passed away fortified by the consola tions of the church Besides her husband she leaves two sons John and Bernard MaguIre A shocking fatality occurred on Friday at Millstreet railway station In Cork the victim being Timothy Fltzpatrlck aged seventy a farmer of Banteer While crossing the Hue he was knocked down by the Tralee train to Cork sustaining terrible in juries A priest and doctor wore promptly on the scene but the de ceased only lived a few minutes He was doing business in Millstreet and Intended to return home by tho train which caused his death SnUIJEIlT THEATER When E H Sothern and Julia Marlowe appear at the Shubert Masonic March 14 15 and 16 they will be seen in four of Shakespeares plays The bill for the opening performance will be The Taming of the Shrew on Friday night Mr Sothern and Miss Marlowe will be seen in Hamlet at the Saturday matinee they will present Romeo performanceMerchant of Venice AVENUE THEATER Tracythebalot melodrama patrons on end like the quills of tho fretful porcu pine dt Is by Harry Sheldon who based It upon the adventures of Tracy the escaped convict who created a stir in tho West about ten years ago HONOR LYONS I The Democrats of Now Albany and Floyd county last Saturday by unanimous vote reelected John J Lyons as Chairman of the Democratic County Committee Upon motion tho Chairman was authorized to select the Secretary and he imme YcQulddYtowas elected Treasurer of the com mittee CATHOLIC CHILDRENS PAPER The Catholic Church Extension Society publishes an illustrated little paper every month called The Child Apoetie It is edited by one of the priests of the society specially for little ones U It la only twentyfive cents a 7MrBeBclfora maple copy or better still send tewatyflve ItubCrlPttoRAddreeeMoCoTmlekbuilding u IJIa a 1r- r JAMS GREENEH- as been chosen as the largest Furniture Dealer in Kentucky to handle surplus of manu- facturedFURNITURE ON Monday March 11 at 8 AM COMMENCES THE GR- EATMANUFACTURERS OUTLET SALEII OF FURNITURE It will last ten daysMarch 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 192021and 22 Remember the address 425427429 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Write For Circular Today FREEFOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABELS OFF ROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea SpoonRodgers Bros Make BAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY BY UNION BAKERS NHWVO KtNU JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Sheer Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Con tracted Feet and all Ailments of the Feet Properly Shod Rubber Pads Hand Made Shoes Driving Horse Shoes of All Kinds Horses Called For and Delivered Home Phone 5283 525 13th Stt1Bet Walnut and Madison N J FUI TZC- LEANEJRAND DYERGive Us Your Work We Will Do Ittt Right PRESSING Work called for and delivered HOMO PHONE 9431 1120 WEST MARKET STREET GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET Offer Their Complete Line of the Latest Improved STOVES AND RANGES Gas Ranges Gas and Oil Heaters Especial attention Iis drawn to their line of Stoves and Ranges made in Louisville Charlie White=MoonPi THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPS Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and Hrbs Nape Office and UbmlNi 37293731 W Imdny LwrfsvlllBkjf Falls City Spraying Co J H FOIZOCJVtAJV Mgr Whitewashing and Cold Water Paint Applied with Brush or Machine All Work Guaranteed 0 Home Fheae 038J OWee 883 Haaeeek Sk o- c ftt- I7 ti tn 6 1 I