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II l l FIVE CENTS COMITTEES Planning For American CaUi lie Federation Conven tion Here Parade Will We One That WUJ N tDc Soon For gotten will Bring Noted ChiirchmeI and Fitty Thousand Visitors REPRESENTS MILLION CATHOLIC A largely attended meeting of the members of tho various committees having in charge the arrangement for the coming eleventh annual convention of the American Fedora tlon of Catholic Societies to be held In Louisville August 1821 wasi held on Thursday evening at the Catholic Womans Club The members of the various committees are beginning to appreciate the Importance of the convention and the magnitude of the work before them To arrange for the entertainment of 600 delegates is a big undertaking In itself but when It Is considered that at least 5000C vloltors are expected Its magnitude may bo appreciated Among the visitors will be eminent clergymen and distinguished laymen from all over the nlted tates Every congregation In the city and the pastors thereof have been urged to d6 their part and they are responding cheerfully Until a very short time ago but few of the clergy or laity knew of tho Importance and magnitude of the Federation which represents over a million Catholic men In the Union who belong to the various or- ganIzations It Is the Intention of the commltteemen made up from every Catholic society In the city to leave nothing undone to make the convention a notable one not only In J ft moral and religious sense but in I civic way The parade tho feat ares of which have not yet been completely mapped out will be one of the attractions which will not soon be orgotten The fact that Col John H Whallen is at the head ot this feature of the programme tMt r l tlIe thuslastlo mem ero t e Committee Is one assurance that nothing will be left undone to make It a success One of the lasting features of the convention and one which the delegates can take home with them as a reminder of their visit will be the nubllcation in connection with the Federation meeting of a souvenir history pf the diocese of Louisville and an epitome of the history of the do seof Vlhcennes Louisville is the oldest diocese In the West and It has sent forth many Bishops and Hstlnpuished priests to other dlo reses throughout the country and the same may be said of the dloceae of Vlncerines now called tho diocese of Indianapolis The Executive Committee has engaged Mr Ed Fltzpat tick to do this historical work which is an assurance that it will be done properly Col P H Callahan has charge of the entertainment and Is ably as lIsted by other prominent men Col Callahan has had wide experience in the line of entertaining and his enthusiasm In the work indicates that the visitors will not go home saying that Kentucky hospitality Is a myth Dr Charles Edelln Is at the head of a committee which s kin to enter tainment and that Is reception and ho is doing everything to make his part of the work a success A very important announcement was made by the man behind the euns as it were at the last meet ing that Js the Chairman of the Finance Committee Jacob Hubbuch who said ho had money but he could not pay it out as the fiscal officer had not yet completed his bond but this was attended to FI- nance Is a very important feature connected with the meeting but in the bonds of Chairman Hubbuch everything promises to be well Dr Peter J Ganz presided at the two last meetings and his excellent wife also attended Mrs Ganz Is at the head of the committee to enter tain tho lady delegates and visitors and there promises to be plenty of work for the ladles committee to doIMessrs E J Cooney Tom Keenan Walter Hillerloh Leo W- GossLr Mackey V H Ecker V BSmUhPJ Sullivan P J Breen David OConnell and others who are at the head of important committees Made reports indicating progress In their work From this time on the committees will be very active and the members appreciate the fact that they will have to step lively in order to do things properly Frequent meet ins of the committee and of the Bubpommltteos will beheldas the occasion requires BURNS PROVE FATAIi 1 1Tesle Wblttenher the elevea yet 01d daughter ot iDtcr I Whit tonberg Superintendent of the Eruptive Hospital met with a painful an- duabcpeklndath Tneeday And for the bereaved parents there is wide nr ad and heartfelt sympathy The chiLd was burning tome waste paper In a dteh tMdlncfroli the taupe when the patier flared Into a tarrw blaze ttd Ignited her clotbiaip nJtftrt only a email part of bet 1drt- a aflie 1it uhac atI t1 t C I 1 KENTUCKY1RJSJAMJ1UCNI ran screaming to her home Fanned by the wind tho blaze soon completely enveloped her Her cries at tracted Dr Clark who extinguished the flames on tho remaining shreds of her clothing which clung to her body She was terribly burned about the body hands and face and dIed- A few hours afterward GONE TO REST I Mother Eutropla falls Vic tlm to Attack of Apoplexy Catholics of Louisville and throughout the country Were prlovlously shocked last Monday when telegrams brought news of the sudden death at Nazareth of Mother Eutropla MoMahon Mother Eutropli had been In excellent health until Sunday when she was stricken With apoplexy that caused her death Mon day morning Before becoming con nected with the Sisters of Nazareth Mother Eutropla was Miss Mary McMahon of near Jackson Miss She was graduated from Nazareth in 1872 and shortly afterward became Mother Superior at Mt Vernon Ohio From there she came to the Presentation Academy this city where she was Mother Superior for fifteen years Two years ago Mother Eutropla went to Nazareth and since last July had been Mother General ot her order She was one of the most popular Mother Superiors Nazareth has ever had and under her administration the school has been more prosperous than at any time for many years The funeral services were held Thursday morning at St Vincents church when solemn requiem mass was sung by the Very Rev James P Cronin V G the Rev Dr George W Schuhmann assisting as deacon and the Rev Eugene P Donahue as subdeacon The Rev Patrick Mon aghail was master of ceremonies and tie Right Rev Denis ODonaghue delivered the funeral oration The Interment was In the cemetery at Nazareth Attending the solemn ob sequles were Bishop Maes and many of the clergy from Kentucky Ark ansas and Ohio who were convoyed to Nazareth on a special train from this city y M i Easter Communion Initla tlon and Banquet For Mad ln I 4 J- I Tomoyow wUl be a field day for Mackin Council when thirtyfive Catholic young men will be added to Its ranks iIn a manner befitting the progressive organization The days observance will begin at St Charles Borromeo church where the members and candidates will assemble to attend a special mass at 730 oclock in the morning and receive their Easter communion in a body This will be an edifying sight and it Is the duty of every member to be present Rev Father Ratio will celebrate tho mass and preach the ser monIn tho afternoon at 2 oclock the Initiation of the thirtyfive candi dates will take place at the club house The bonors will be conferred by Attorney Robert T Burke anti the State degree team who will exemplify the degrees in a very impressive manner Upon the com pletion of this work special cars will be taken for the Tyler Hotel where the day will close with a banquet at 730 oclock James T Shelley Mackins first President will act as toastmaster and among thosQ who will respond to toasts are Attorney A J Blzot Sob Hubbuch Secretary V A Link and George Thornton Several of the clergy have been in vited arid are expected to grace tho occasion with their presence Tho committee that made the arrange ments is composed of George J Lautz Joseph Steltenpohl and A C- Link who are entitled to praise for their work ASHLAND Hibernians Pay Homage- to Their Patron Saint The observance of St Patricks day this year took many forms as In times past but nowhere was it given more fitting or happy rocog nition than at Ashland whore the Hibernians were early astir In the morning they attended high mass and received holy communion in a body at the Church of the Holy Family where the pastor Rev N N Gosselin preached a special sermon In which he paid eloquent tribute to Irelands apostle and the splendid moral effect sot by his children in approaching the altar on St Pat ricks morning The evening was spent at the home of Mrs Mary Holmes where a pleasant entertain ment and refreshments were provided for members of the division and auxiliary J Ev gurtell writes that Division 111 growing very rapidly news that will be welcomed by all the divisions in the state BISHOP LunD N u t Tfie Right Rev Patrick A Lud den Dlehop of Syrtmtc wllleJbrats on May 1 tie tveatrfMtlr anniversary of his ek wttorJ to tha pIcoiMeyfl BIC13O Ln44 u MI refuted a purwi and will fc an o nubile celebration At jK ete to tike a trto Sooth tad ttftl nOt be home ou c tha unnlremrr tey tJ jJ- r n u j i ANNIVERSARY Catholic Knights ot America Are Now ThirtyFive Years Old What This Grand Order Un- Doue For Widow and Orphan Has the Approval ot holy Fn thor Gardlnrls IlighopH and Priests FITTING RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCE The Catholic Knights of America with many branches In tho three Falls Cities will soon celebrate the thirtyfifth anniversary of its existence arrangements for which will bo perfected here by the CeuUn Committee In this connection the Supremo President Dr Fells Gaudin of Now Orleans under whoso administration the Catholl Knights have taken first place in the ranks of fraternal Insurance sr cieties has issued a proclamation giving a history of the order and a prospective view of the future The letter deserves general circulation arid will be read with great interest The Catholic ICnlghts of America will celebrate Its thirtyfifth anni versary Sunday April 21 in a most fitting way by the members of all branches approaching the holy table In the morning In their respective churches and by many branches holding open meetings in the after noon or evening The Catholic Knights of America will be on that day a Catholic society in fact as well Inception wishes and confidence of the hier archy and clergy and especially so Since the rotating in 1904 when their confidence was Increased thanks to the wise counsels of the orders Supreme Spiritual Director tho Most Rev J J Olennon Arch lOnesurgedrates The rates of the Catholic Knights of America arp the same that have been approved by the Insurance Commissioners of tho cou- ntryeejbeingR ieqblateandd4ahreall- aws T1 e tn te l iJfiewhich all fraternal orders must adopt if they desire to continue to do business in said States These rates have placed the Catholic Knights of America In the enviable position of being among the strongest of fraternal insurance orders as mortuaryfundfraternal orders doing business in the United States This security coupled with Us loyal religious actlvtles In such movements as the American Federation of Catholic Societies which the C K of A assisted In founding and in organizing In many States has brought to It merited recognition on the part of the clergy and episcopate The Catholic Knights of America has received the approval and blessing of the late Pontiff Leo SHI on six different occasions The present Holy Father Pope Plus X tins also bestowed his blessing upon the order on several occasions No Catholic fraternal Insurance society In tho United States has as many prelates among its active members as the C K of A Among the illustrious members of the hierarchy are His Eminence lobn Cardinal Farley Archbishop of Nfow York Most Rev James H Blonk S AI Archbishop of New Orleans Most Rev B Orth ron merly Archbishop of Victoria B C Right Rev H J Alerdlng Bishop of ft Wayne Right Rev F S Bbatard Bishop of Indianapolis Right Rev N A Gallagher Bishop of Galveston Right Rev A J CJlorloux Blshon of Boise Idaho Right Rov TiF LUlls Bishop of Leavenworth Right Rev N C Matz Bishop of Denver Right Rev Theo Meersohaert Bishop of Okla homa City Right Rev J J Monag linn Bishop of Wilmington Right Rev John U Morris Bishop of Lit tlc Rork Right Rev Denis ODonag 1110 Bishop of Louisville Right Rev J W Shanahan Bishop of Warrlsbtirg Right Rev C Van do Pflri BIshop of Alexandria La Rlerht Rev J H Tlhen Blshon of Mnroln Right Rev J M Laval Auxiliary Bishop of New Orleans MBkfne n total of one Cardinal two ATflhblshops fourteen Bishops and ROn nHects who are members of the fVholIc Knights of America The order of the Cothplic Kniehts if Atn rtpa wpq founded in Nnsh lllo Tenn In 1877 Prid one of its founrfors and chief promoters WAS the Rjeht Rev Blflhon Feehari DPBishop of Nashville Tenn who later became Archblshori of Chicapo In next weoks Issue Mil bo given the programme as comnleted by the Central Committee As thus far out lined It nroyirtpB that the religious lflebrf tlon will take place at St Walnuhbelnsting by jthieVery Rev Georre Schiih mann All branches of the Tails Cities Including tbBtO uniform rink eomphnlM will attend and JMP InlLbodYAJsNMItare For a Mg meeting in the evening oft lid ow I7IJ nmxYThLardIans of Ub- Ct7HsieII of kin to the dead AP A still con tinues its torpid existence despite the fact that Its star members have been lopped off by the force of publicity It is MIdJ that toads will live for a time withOut their brains tritons without thOtr headS and that a frog will froakeIcn after it has parted with Possibly this may serve as an explanation of the Guardians existence without the sustaining power of Miles and Skinner CONTINUES Peter HollandHcads New i Muldoon Monument Company The NeW Muldoon Monument CompanyIs the name of the corporation which has taken over the stock effects and good will of the Muldoon PRESIDENT PBTBR HOLLAND is Monument Company 318320 West Green street Mr Peter Holland who is the President of the corpora lion Is a son of fieorgc Holland Superintendent of 18t LoulS come tery Mr Frank Knpblo who had been with the Multfpoh Monument Company for forty lYe years will be connected with theriovr firm The new companyl flU be prepared to execute the lat st designs In monuments and wjfl JShave the same facilities which theMuldoon Monu men Company fllutiWbl made that mpany faeisr during the n a of the company appears elsewhere In this Issue MACKIN COTJN OIL Votes to Attend the Production of Sergeant Kitty Mackin Council showed Its good spirit Monday night when by unan imous vote it was decided to send its officers and the Choral Club to the Maaonlc Theater to witness Trinity Council Musicall Clubs production of Sergeant Kitty President Adams announced a number of ap plldations for membership and also that William OSulllvan Deputy Building Inspector had presented the council a splendid portrait of Arthur Bell ono of the first morn bers of the Y M I in Kentucky who died eighteen years ago The souncll heard with regret of the HqnryNltzlcenstructed to send eacha letter of condolence Encouraging reports were submitted by the Opera Corn mittee who promise the best pro unction that Mackin has ever undertaken Congratulations were extended Dr Vincent Fallsl now living In Little Rock and William Schmitt who have deserted the Bachelors Club and will soon become Bene diets RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Frank Maloney who met hIs death Saturday night took place Tuesday morning from St Louis Bertrands church many friends attending the sad obsequies The deceased was twentyone years old and a nephew of Thomas Lynch with whom he resided his parents having died some years ago Monday morning the funeral of Mrs Theresa Nitzken took place from St Marys chprchf of which she was for over half a century a most faithful1 member Mrs NHzken was widely known in Catholic circles and was ever ready to help tha unfor tunate poor by manyot whom she will hp missed Surviving her are two sons Henry and WillIam Nits teen one daughter Mrs Charles Tlmberman and thirteen grandchil dren The funeral of Joseph Vetter who died Monday morning took place Wednesday morning from the Church of the Immaculate Concep tion many friends anti relatives be tQQ1IemHIs oning that resulted from the extraction of a tooth some weeks azo The deceased was thirty years Qldndwas the son of Joseph Vetter 1007 West Market street Besides hit widow and two children he la stir Vivid or two sIsters and five brothersCATITOLIGi d JJf QNaRBB8 rbl bwJef the Uattltd tstrt1eI I 0 11 C IJ n r I HOME RULE Barometer Is Set Fair and RIB ing Declares John Redmond Financial Problems Forms theI Great Problem Confronting measure Only Danger Lies in Uncertain ty of Llherals Retaining Power APPROVED BY IRISH LEADERS The barometer lIs set fair and 1Is rising was the declaration of John P Redmond Saturday at the Kings town pier The Irish Nationalls leader was on his return to London 0 resume confererces with the Cab- Inet on important points in the home rulo bUt to bo Introduced in the House of Commons Thursday These conferences are carried on In the historic Cabinet room in Downing atreet where for the first time Irish Nationalists have been received The drafting of the bill has been entrusted to a Cabinet committee which reports periodically to the whole Cabinet The Prime Minister orestdes over the committee and the trlsli lenders who heretofore have Bather distrusted Asquith on the homo rule have found him the most Iboral of all the members of the Cabinet when points of differences have arisen The bill wll resemble Gladstones 1893 scheme In several important oartlculars especially the retaining of forty Irish members In the Im perial Parliament for imperial purposes and the creating of an upper house in Dublin of about the same number The first intention was to have onefourth of the Upper Houso nominated but In view of tho pend lug reform of the House of Lords the Radical Ministers thought that Would establish an awkward pre clIent Ill they are against any nom- Inated element here This point is still unsettled The Irish members are against a nominated element but would assent to it If the Irish minority would accept It as security P t1 r pr9tectin The constab tlrlyitobere4 ial1TtPBorQi Into a civil force being now consti tinted oh a military basis When the transformation Is complete it will be tinted under tbo control of the Irish Parliament This is also anoint which nutty yet be modified There wilt bo a prohibition against the en dowment or other preferential treatment of any religious faith The control of the army and navy and the foreign policy will remain wholly with the Imperial Parliament but Iie Irish Parliament will be empow red to deal with all matters except hope that are expressly reserved The financial arrangements are waving the crux of the whole scheme and are still a subject of onsldoratlon A small party In Ireland demands control of the customs and excise which were re prvpd to the Imnerjal Parliament In tho Gladstone bills Chairman Red mond regards this demand as an ef ort to embarrass the Nationalist party and belittle any home rule scheme It obtains from the Government Certainly the demand comes who lv from tho Unionists and a few disaffected Nationalists who think juch a concession would give them a powerful argument against the bill Vjtl tho English electorate It is understood that a compromise has 6en arranged by Redmond under ivhlch the Irish Parliament will have the power to levy certain imposts According to Irelands special needs with tho assent of the Imperial Par llarnonf The Irish NationalJ convention will assemble In Dublin April 23 to nass upon the lull and It is stated that Tobn FJ Redmond John Dillon anti T P OConnor who know What the bill Is are quite satisfied that the convention will accept It iby an jvorwhelmlng majority if not unan imously It Is not an Ulster vo1twhfch- s maInly bluff nor the action of the National convention that now threatens home rule but the ability if the present Liberal Government to survive tine two more sessions seeded to carry tine bill over the Veto of the House of Lords No one can e91Tlolllftvelronthat point andJ lUlOuph the present omens are flrF particularly favorable owing to the current uriponularlly of the in iuran ie act and the reactionary ef fort of tbo 1labor unrest these Influ fnres may prove only transitory IOWA IJf LEAD Branch 044 of Darling Town Is leading In the prize contest being pnducted under the auspices of the nnromo Council of the Catholic nights ot America During the first ten weeks of the year twelve of tho contesting branches Increased the membership 110 There are oth irs y tto report and there will be many ehan es of position before the ontest CtQ son July 1 QUJETIiT WEDDED L Wallace B TOUPK associated with Vlook iBrpji 1 ivholpwle whIskey lealers ana Mlw Florence TulJy yllk1W4nM4IiTnuietly iWt d4ej or the Bv ratheri Cbhnell at 9tAugustIni Tke r n 1 I cjting people kept their engagement U secret and news of their marriage Kill be a pleasant surprise to their Hosts of friends and admirers The bride is the daughter of John Tully famous as a life saver and Is ia young lady of many accomplish merits Mr Young is a relative of Col Bennett H Young and is well knowfc in Main street business cir tIes CARROLlTON Young Mens Institute Will Present Window to StJohns St Georges Council Y M I of Oarrollton ts now4n excellent shape and Its members tire all working hard In an effort to raise funds to pay for a window lIt the new St Johns church now being completed by the Rev Father Clement J Bocklage Father Bocklag has been ably assisted by the Y M I and when St Johns Is ready for dedlca tlon It will be not only as handsome as any church In the Covlngton diocese but also practically free of debt St Georges Council will soon Include In Its membership all the Catholic young men of Carrollton and will soon begin work on a number of Improvements on the hall anti club house With such men as John Glauber Dr M Casey Casper Hill J Grobmeyer L Framme and Cas nor Feller to push the work the- Y M I of Carrollton should succeei In their every undertaking FEDERATION Convention Given a Heart Indors ment at Divi sion Pour At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H on Monday evening at Ber trand Hall the coming convention of the National Catholic Federation was given a big Impetus by short ad dresses on the local federations plans and arrangements by William Callaghan John J Score and SoJ McEllIott these speakers urging every Hibernian to put his shoulder to the wheel and make thiS the biggest Catholic feature eyer held south of the Ohio river Ai invitation was received from the Ladles Auxiliary to attend their social session next Wednesday evening an1 President Hennessy urged the members to try anti attend If possible On account of business duties Robert Mitchell tendered his resignation as a morn t tl was recol cdwlt1 regrinthihis serv- Ices to the division In that capacity have been much appreciated bv the officers arid members John Phelan anti harry Brady were reported on the sick list1 also David Rellly the assistant keeper of the division ex chpouer who has been confined to his home this past week with a slight attack of ankylosls INTEREST Shown In Trinity Council Affairs Monday Night1 Though Easter Monday interfered somewhat with the attendance at Trinity Council plenty of Interest was shown in tho business trans acted the Membership Committee keeping up its good work by present- Ing more applications The officers of Trinity now feel confident that the class for initiation on April 28 will number at least fifty Dan J Hennessy read extracts from a mag ano telling of the rapid growth of the Catholic church in the United States as viewed by a prominent Protestant minister and was ac corded the closest attention Tho Opera Committee reported everything encouraging for the production otSArgcantIattyaU connected therewith making earnest effort In putting the finishing touches on tho show Followers of the Dance Com mlttee were entertained anti a good crowd was In attendance The dance was one of the most enjoyable of the season GAELIC LEAGUE Tine Gaelic League has the cordial approval of all parties In Ireland It has a platform that ia bringing all sections of the people together arid making thorn realize the proud heritage of their nationality Wher ever its delegates have gone for the past year their visit has been fol lowed by a revival of Interest in Ireland and by an increase in the mem bership ol the societies undpr whose auspices their meetings wore carried out In many cities the delegates and three highly accomplished young ladles from three of the load lag schools of Ireland have been gIv- ing exhibitions where doubtlessi thousands of the general American public got their first glimpse of the i art anti culture pf Ireland The league representatives will be In this country for some time and it is hoped the local Irieh societies may Induce them tovlsltLoulsville CHARITr EUOIIRE I The young ladies of St Cecilia parish Invite all their frIends to the charity euchre and lotto party to be Klvehl tinder their auspices next Tyesday afternoon and evening at- St Ceeillaf Hall Much time and effort have been expended la arrang- Ing for this ntrtinmeiit and all who attend are assured am evening of Teal pleeAure Tiiie proceeds will 1lae dotd to ehianjtywork Jn the ITettlatL U I I u u n 0a nu 10f f I IISmA 2 IUNION 1 READY For Rise ot Curtain For Trtn tty Musicale Clubs Opera I Artistic Presentation ol Ser g ant Kitty at the Mason ic Theater Cast and Chorus WillXEqual Any Seen Here This Season SEATS GO ON SALE MONDAY Everything is now ready for the rise of the curtain on Trinity Musical Clubs greatest operatic production Sergeant Kitty which will be seen at tbo Masonic Theater on iIondayJTuesday and Wednesday April 22 thelargerehearsing this pleasing opera un der the direction of Prof Leo A SchmItt and P Wellington Hager and an artistic and perfect perform ance is assured Sergeant Kitty abounds with catchy music clean comedy gorgeous costumes and songs that will meet with popular mittInabout tIne year 1830 and tells tho of ounggirlplete with perplexing wastakenwhich youngladles FrancesSchranzLucien Valllere Joseph A hobo mann OUleFrankNinon Miss Mary IB JunkIe MIlermannWettleGeneral 1MmonryZoernerBabotte Miss Lee Henjden Suzette Miss Catherine Gnau Sergeant Lefevre Coleman A Ridge i j rt Jean Cornichon It lrving Lund lng Wel1lngtonFInger n HagerNotary DalyFirst PerryTheperfectlydrJfed performance elegant and add brilliancy to the en tire ensemble This will be the largest ever seen at a like entertain ment in Louisville and will Include Misses Grace Kirn Clara Schueman Olivia Bosse Nell Schraltt Violet Musselman Catherine Ecker Ida Lehr iRubol Smith Anna Stucker Elsie Rennetsen Teresa Hamlng Ullle May Baker Roso Brlgman Corrlne Jansen Lillian lLanksWorth Corrlno Lyons Ethel Wise Anna Burns Elsie Burns S Frank Mary Recktenwald Barbara Schweickert Mary McCann Elizabeth Katzman Margaret Winter Bessie Rogers Irene Schaedler Ella Corbott Mary Ridge and Messrs Leo Krebs Mike Fllburn James Perry Louis Schranz Edward Krebs Martin Ridge Will lam KIrchdorfer Arthur Hamilton James Naughton Henry Dries Paul Bowling nr Kollros Dan Tivlneri P Tlvinon Otto F Reckteriwald B Mlnstorketter Harry J Hennossy P Bauscher Martin Cusick and Charles Bode There has been such a demand for tickets that success Is already assured and therefor there will bo a long line at the box office when the seats go on sale Monday morning Trinity Council has spared nothing that would add to its operatic offerI- ng and therefore deserves the sup port and encouragement of the entire public Masonic Theater should be overcrowded at every Performance and We predl t that those who fall to attend will miss a de lightful treat NOTEWORTHY UTTERANCE ExGov John D TAng speaking in Boston recently paid a noteworthY tribute to the pOw r of the Catholic church in promoting and safeguard lag social and political order and advancement After calling atten lion to the strong character and sound common sense of the people of New England irrespective of class oT race he said Another great safojrunrd is the habit of thrift arid we also have safeguards tin our no llglouij institutions especially in the Roman Catholic chut h now mowing so rapidly among us1 If Shore is Anything especially essential la these Catholic Institutions it Is the sense ot order and obedience and submission to higher authority INVITE THEIR FRIENDS flPha jLadle1 Auxiliary A O Jo1 apdtheirenchre party fobe xJTfla next Wednesday night iatFaUs JiWHal1 chen ft pleasant eyenlnjc jg assured artraapdprizes will be diBtrlliHteai The pfb defrayeXPfIt lo 11- r I C- cz u l iii- a I w jjA4KENTUO zr rss A1IIERIOAN KENTUGKYI IRISH flMERIGflN Asvetcd to tile Social and Moral A4yanceioemeat of Irish Anericus and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtms Institute and Catholic Knights of America KKNTUCKY I nU HAM KftICAN PPIINTINQ CO Ilwrportrt Publisher s SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5e Ealtrti attkSLoeblIl Pottofflct M Stco4d Clu rtittar Address all CdBaHolttllMi tto the KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31521 West Greet St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 13 1912 POPE PIUS X LIVES The Christian world was shocked s Thursday morning when extras off the dally papers announced the unex pected and sudden death of PopeI Plus X Within a few hours after ward came news that there was no foundation for the rumor and that tthe beloved Pontiff was alive and well which was received with ex presslons of gratitude from Catholic Catholicsandeverywhere gave thanks to God when the truth became known and prayed that his life may long be spared BRADLEY CONTROLS The Republicans of Kentucky me t In delegate convention in Loulsvlll on Wednesday and Thursday of this week Previous to the meeting the delegates from the Fifth district Including the Taft and Roosevel followers compromised their dlf ferences each side taking half of theI local delegation The convention Itself was domln ated by Senator William O Bradley and when the Kentucky Iris American went to press they Were st111 wrangling Tho fact that the Fifth district wranglers compromised led to the belief that the Rooseevlt and Taft men would be harmonious through out the State but It seems they are so far apart and so many oppose Senator Bradley that they will never be able to got together In time for the November election In no event can they carry Kentucky BISHOPS WARNING Tn a solemn warning against the dangerous encroachments of Social- Ism not only In England and Scot land and many Continental States but also In Ireland Bishop Clancy calls upon the people of Sllgo not to be allured Into a false position by the pretended sympathy with the poor of Socialists who are now try- Ing to gain a foothold In certain Irish cities From his address we take the following which all Catholic men should know Socialism pretends to find a panacea for poverty and all other social evils But its remedies are at lest the unsound and unscientific prescriptions of the quack To convince ourselves of this we have only to reflect that the principles of Socialism as a system of economics have been condemned by two Popes In succession as contrary to the moral law and that as is manifest from the present conditions of Industrial life In England and Germany the evils which it brings in Its train are far greater than those It proposes to redress VALUE TO SOUTH Henry D Graves Chief Forester of the United States Department of Agriculture In an address Monday b forethe Southern Commercial Congress at Nashville pointed out the value of the timber Interests In the Southern States giving statistics and suggestions that should receive careful attention He says In part In any consideration of the indus trial development of the South the problems which stand out as most Important are those connected with agriculture and forestry Tho South Is favored with climate and soil especially advantageous both for agriculture and for the production of forests Its cut of lumber aggre gates some twentyfour billion feet a year or over half of that used in r industriesrthe forests today to upward of = 660000000 Louisiana now stands second only to the State of Washington In the production of lumber while Mississippi North Carolina Arkansas Virginia and Texas are all ahead of any other State The lambs industry of the South em ploys some 217000 persons and the allied industries require over 200000 more There to no region u except the far Northwest where forestry Is BO simple and the results BO sure aa la tile Month It la entirely practical to seenre from the area which should be permanently forest from twenty to thirty billion feet laI I I the long ran by annual growth if the forest Is properly handled Maofa of this area Is Ja the mountains aid tie very jbaMgetawit for jJaafeer production gin sur the indirect tieHntof the Jerett Tae prow bdo a tq Aepart eDtt+ tebeO tidti nhe4tdet 1 beltdlhrU o C I7 the forests In a way to benefit the South permanently It Is claimed that unless there Is a correction off the existing conditions the supply of forest products will not bo main talned local industries will decline or vanish land values will be poi manently reduced and the benefitsI arising from the mere existence o well managed forests will be lost with unfortunate results IRELANDS STRUGGLE Irelands struggle for home ruliI has now entered almost the las t stage and with brighter prospects than ever before Tho great gather- Ing of Irish Nationalists In Dublin afforded an unmistakable proof off the real solidity and unity of theI V masses of the people of the country In their demand for home rule and their confidence In the Irish party Such nn object lesson says the Dun calk Democrat was urgently callsI for For some considerable timeI past there has been an apparent slackening In tho outward expres elons of the countrys political faith Beyond an occasional provincial demonstration hero and there the groght sr time onward have been used to demonstrate the political faith of the people True the adherence of the masses of the people to tho national organization has been amply proved In other ways The war chest has been filled during the past three years to a point not reached since Parnells time and where the political opinions of the people were tested In the polling booths It was proved over and over again that their faith in home rulo and their confidence in the Irish party have not abated a Jot Home rule has in fact become a settled conviction with the vast majority of Irishmen and there was no need for demonstrations either to arouse their enthusiasm or to Inculcate sound political principle The members of Parliament too have been busily engaged In English constituencies for a long time past educating John Bull as to the truo meaning and effect of what Ireland means when she says she wants home rule and in strengthening the hands of the English friends of that policyWhile Premier Asqulth and his party are sincere in their advocacy of home rule it will be no doubt a bitter and obstinate struggle The enemies of home rule have been concentrating their forces and per fecting their plans for many a month One of their favorite devices In the skirmishing that bas been carried on since homo rule became a matter of practical politics has been to represent Ireland as a country contented and apathetic satisfied with possession of the land anxious to remain under the shelter of West minster fearful that under a home government its financial burden might become intolerable In sup port of these contentions all tho artillery of Ulster has been brought Into play while every crank and hireling and notorietyhunter has been encouraged to discharge his little popgun in the hope of annoy ing If not Impeding the Nationalist advance If Nationalist Ireland has been calm and selfrestrained since home rule came into the sphere of practical politics it is because she has been confident of victory confi dent in her own strength In the Justice of her cause and confident In tho men whom she has sent to Westminster to fight her battles Tho Dublin meeting most ef fectively answered the challenge of the enemies of home rule and proved that the national sentiment as regards selfgovernment 1Is as strong and active as ever and not as its enemies contend confined to an in terested group of polltlcans and agitators The Catholic population in the United States increased 4038812 during the past ten years Among the States Kentucky ranks nIne- teenth with 158946 New York leads with 2778076 TIlING nEST LBPT UNSAID lolngthroughIfOOrt of a superintendent They oame to a room In which three we tea were sewing away steadily Dear mel Idoneofthe women t softly to the uperlnteadent whai- Jekjua I looking ereauree 1Vhatdid they do l Whatarether1erefor otherhome I andkey h daughterlaiily J n H iWI c SOCIETY 1 Miss Emma Byers spent Easter in Frankfort as tho guest of Miss Katie Hallnan I Will Shea of Jeffersonvllle left 1 Wednesday to spend three weeks at pueblo Col ttMrs Mary Hays of Jeffersonvllle is in Evansville to spend a month visiting friends Miss Minnie OTOearn of Clifton spent several days last week visiting friends at Anchorage Mrs J A Leary of Oakdale ar rived home last week from a visit to her parents in Arkansas Among the Louisville people seen In New York last week were W F Gorman and F T Kramer Miss Nellie Hogan of Jefferson vllle is homo from an Easter visit IndfMr and Mrs T Holland and baby of South Louisville visited relatives at ElIzabethtown last week Miss Eula Buckman has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs W T Shaw at Bardstown Junction Miss Minnie Murray of Clifton has been spending the Easter holiday season with her brother at Latonla Miss Katherine Malone will enter tamn the Crescent Hill Five Hundred Club this evening at her home In the Highlands IMIss Margaret Newman who was the guest of Mr and Mrs Will New man returned to her home in Frankfort for Easter Mrs James Patterson has re turned to her home at Hawesvlllo fitter an enjoyable visit with her daughter Mrs Thomas Lynch Miss Myra Welsh of Tlneport Tonn was home to spend Easter with her parents Dr and Mrs P A Welsh of Clair avenue South Louis rifle Mrs Guy Osterman and daughter Mary Catherine are hero on a visit from Chattanooga where they have been residing for the past six months Miss Lillian Hanley of Bowling Green who has been spending the Easter holidays with Airs B Tlernoy will today return to Loretta Academy to resume her tudlesIMiss Durrett Oglesby returned home last Saturday from St Ursulas Literary School at St I Martin Brown county Ohio to spend tho Easter holidays with her mother at Prestonla William Bannon and wife and Misses Marcella OConnor Addle Trolland Edith McDermott are ex pected home today from West Baden Springs where they have been spending the Easter holidays Misses Ethel and Ellen Wathen returned last week from a short stay at Nazareth accompanied by Miss Mary Tyler Brooks of Brooks Station who was their guest at their home in the Highlands over Easter The marriage of Miss Mary Ethel Wood and J W Jenkins Jr which will bo an event of Interest In so ciety circles will bo solemnized by the Rev William Gausepohl at St Mary Magdalens church on Tuesday April 38 I I Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Bernlta Ray and Carl Abel which will take place at St Helens church on April 28 The brideelect Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Kendrick Hay of ElIzabethtownII Miss Elsie Grlssman and Charles A Reluhart will be united in marriage next Monday oevnlng at St Pauls German Evangelical church and after a short bridal tour will be at home to their friends at 643 South Eighteenth street Both young people have the best wishes for a happy matrimonial journey through lifeII Announcement has been made of tho engagement of Miss Edna M Koch and Joseph M Dawson Their marriage will take place with a nuptial mass at St Georges church on Tuesday morning June 12 Rev1 Father Weiss performing the cere mony The brideelect Is the accomplished and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph F Koch i Miss Victoria Crove and Edward H Young will be united In marriage at 6 oclock next Tuesday morning at St James church and Imme leaveforbride is one of our leading fashionable dressmakers while the groom is highlandpolicethey will be at home to their friends on Sherwood avenue where they will begin housekeeping ONE CENTURY OLD The Sisters of Loretto at Bethlehem Academy St John Hardin i county are preparing for the cele bration of the one hundredth anni versary of the founding of their great order which takes place on evenlugwill give an entertainment In honor of the event V ALUMNAE TAnS ACTION At a specially called meeting of the Presentation AOAdemy Alumnae- on Monday afternoon resolutions on the death of Mother Mutropia were 11 C 11tKlnWlnnlai rhea Treasurer It was resolved to 101 aye the bolyseoritlee of the BUM offered for tlie repotie of tier soul tl 0- I a i 1 no delWhat a ManIRequires in ClothingV Style which is neither extreme nor obscure Quality in workmanship and 6t fabric And prices which are reason able enough not to Iinterfere with the satisfaction of buying 1000 to 3000 Better than any yet shown Bet ter styles and more of them CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE Northwest Corner Third and Jefferson THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP IN THE CITY I once every month for one year 1In the chapel of the Presentatio I Academy at which the Alumnae wiz1I I attend In a body and also that a delegation of Presentation AlumnaeI go to Nazareth to attend the funeralI I and place lilies on Mother lEutropiai I grave as a symbol of the sweetness sanctity an dpurlty of her life ALL HAVE BEEN INVITED j IIThe ladles Auxiliary A O Ho- I has sent special Invitations to the four divisions of Louisville to b I I their guests at a social session nex Wednesday night at Falls City Hall There will be an abundance of refreshments and a hearty welcome for those who attend BLAMES THE PEOPLE The rule of the few must end and the whole people have a voice said Senator LaFollette In his specc at Lincoln Who can prevent thel- having a voice asks the New York World They already have a voiceI If they care to use it Why don t candidates tell the frank truth and say that American politics has beenl messed up for years because of theI I Ignorance tho Indifference thet neglect and the shiftlessness of thet people themselves With power to I do everything that ought to be done they have persistently refused tt take the trouble to use that power I The people have not been robbed for they made themselves acces sories before the fact They have not been defrauded of their rights they have thrown away their rights I and the blame should not be shifted from their shoulders UNKIND WORDS I Charity of speech is as divine a I thing as charity of action To Judge I no one harshly to misconceive no mans motives to believe things areas they seem to be until they are proved otherwise to temper judgment with mercysurely this is quite as good as to build up churches establish asylums and found colleges Unkind words do as much harm as unkind deeds Many a heart has been stabbed to death by a few little swords There is a charily which consists in withhold ing words in keeping back harsh Judgment in abstaining from speech if to speak is to condemn Such charity hears the tale of slander but does not repeat it listens In silence but forbears comment then locks the unpleasant secret up in tho very depths of the heart Sllenoe can still rumor It is speech that keeps a story alive and lends It vigor THE IRISH MONKS There are two Irish monks both born In the sixth century whose names are ofton confounded even by eminent scholars Columba and Columbanus Columba was born In Ulster in 621 and Columbanus in Lelnster In 543 The latter we find In Italy at the monastery of Bobbie of which ho was Abbot Indeed in the seventh and eighth centuries Irish monks were the virtual schol ars of Northern Italy Switzerland and Germany The monastery of St Gall In Switzerland owes Its origin to the Irish monk Gallus St Gall It was founded about the year 613 This monastery was a center of learning and culture for several hun dred years Many of Its monks ex celled as poets others cultivated painting and sculpture and others exquisite cloistral arts Their library became tho richest in the world The monks of St Gall too were good Greek scholars and those most addicted to the cultivation of the Cecroplan Muse were denom inated Fratres Bllenleri The standard of learning among these Irish monks says Zimmer was much higher than with Gregory the Great and his followers It was derived without Interruptions from the learning of the fourth century from scholars such as St Ambrose SI Jerome St Augustine Here also were to be found such specimens of classical literature as Virgils works among the ecclesiastical writing and as we have already said an acquaintance with Greek authors The beauty of these early manuscripts of the Irish monks as found at St Gall is praised by all authors and the names of the best transcribers find honorable mention In their annals They manufactured their own parch ment out of the hides of the wild hearts that roamed through the mountains and forests around them and prepared it with such skill that It acquired a peculiar delicacy As an evidence of what Irish scholarship was doing on the continent itthe Middle Ages ewe have only to mention the following Illustrious names Clemens DIcull end Johannes Scotus Erlgena at the Court school Dungal at Pavia in LiegeirgilSt GallDr OHagan DOES NOT HURT If you will analyze Irish wit yon vlllftfd it lamore kindly and thananymist and the one who 1- shebatk of the witticism also laugb ever to the shaft poisoned and the revBi eedeeptbat taught rings not keelrolereucl u 0- ly AVENUE THEATEt Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Afternoon GRAND REVIVAL OF MONTE CRISTC DUMAS 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MARKET ST HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 610 1T113iISItsZ AVE PTUI3 Telephone 1022 HOME PHONE 3024 Fred T Ueffernan Grocery andICafe PINe WINES AND LIQUORS CWAS AND TOBACCO Nr Wt Cir 35th iM MitficiR JIve MeA CALL U o c 11 f e 0 FANSCONFIDENTThat e First Division Team As an indication of tho renewe I interest and confidence in tho Louisville baseball club and Owner Gray son and Manager Jack Tlgho the splendid attendance of thop1st couple of days Is striking proof that as a ball town Louisville isI second to none its size In tho coun try tho opening day crowd being the banner one in local association his tory The opening day certainly re minded one of the big show havin a Headliner and a Barker fo the show With tho exception of a few chronic kickers everyone thus far is satisfied that we have a first division team and in all probability a pennant contender and a team that when working together willl look better than the Minneapolis team does now who have been going at that gait for several years and have passed the zenith of their ability while the young material on the Colonels is Just now being de veloped and are being picked by competent critics to beat out the slugging but aging Millers The game today will be the closing one of the Minneapolis series and MIke Kellys St Paul aggregation will open hero tomorrow for a series of four games and the fans will see our old exmanager Del Howard who is expected to be a star hitter this year The fans and public In gen eral have shown a disposition to support the team and management this season and are ready to discour age the knockers who are quitting now and only exhibiting their own symptomsthe yellow streak LARGEST IN GERMANY The largest railway station In Germany has Just been completed at Leipzig at a cost of 34000000 Heretofore the central station at Frankfort has held the record for size The new building at ILelpzlg has been in course of construction for the last nine years The struc ture has almost unlimited space for the accommodation of freight and passenger traffic RENTED IRISH ESTTE Lord Decles who married Vivien Gould has rented the Luttrellstown estate in Ireland for a term of years from Lord Annaly They will go there soon to entertain a large party for the Punchestown races AIR CUSHION SHOE Shoes with air cushions In the soles and heels form the subject of a recent patent CATHOLIC EDUCATION An intelligent mother thus summed up tho reasons why she sen her six children to the paro chial schoo- lFirstBeC4use I think the Cath 0110 schools do better teaching than the State schools Second Because the Sisters teach good manners to their pupils Third Because I am too busy to Instruct my children In my religion and the Sisters do it or me Fourth Because my boys learn to be docile and obedient Fifth Because I have no diffi culty in getting them to hear mass onSundaySixthBecause the children get school work to do at home and I have them around me in the evening Instead of scattered about the streetsSeventh Because the children are BO happy at school and are so much attached to their teachers Eighth Because I wish my boys and girls to become good Catholics Ninth Because I want my chil dren to save their souls- RIDDLES When Is a newspaper like a deli cate child When it appears weekly What tree is of the greatest im portance In history The date What is always behind time The back of a clock Why does the conductor cut a hole In your ticket To let you through Why are the pages of a book like the days of a man Because they numberedWhy like a colt Because It is not fit for use until It Is broken Why is a dog like a tree Because they both produce a bark- I went out to the grove and got It I sat down and looked for It I could not find it so I took it home with me A thorn Why Is an orange like a church steeple Because we get a peal from It Goes to water and goo to grass and never oats and never drinks A cowbellThere Is a place where it never rains or snows in and still it Is wet7 Your mouth What has only one foot Your stocking GmJJoOLOGY No matter what a girls accom plishments may be her education Is Incomplete If site has not some knowledge of bakeology bollology roastology stltchology and mend ology Even If she should never be required 4o do the work herself she ought to know whether It was done In a propur manner HOUSE PLANTS One of the common reasons why houe plants fail to nourish Is te plantshealthing and s sour soil When A large pot is used there Is so much soil in It to hold moisture that the surplus does not drain or evaporate Way before the next watering Is given The pot used should be proportioned ta the plant which is growing la It GOOD FOR ITALY ItalyeoIsaae less tobfceoa per sapiU than amyjjsAktr awi trr ia the werlliJJj h jI I Q- Q n rJ r r Levys Special BOYSd SUITS I with rsro- fPants Pure wool goods including IKerseysIpairs of knicker pants with each suit Equal to TWO SUITS In one Wonderful values at 5 I LEVYSTHIRD I The Bright Spot in 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as much a lady washing her dinner dishes preyarln g the vegetables for dinner cleaning lamps and scrubbing floors as when she Is bending over her embroidery frame or easel In the pleasant elttJn g room If she is so fortunate as to possess a servant she trill use refined language and as gentle a voice In speaking to her as in her receptlo room entertaining the most cultured among her friends ORANGE SIRUP To each pint of orange juice addl one pound of granulated sugar Le It stand ever nlbtIn the morn lag boll It tea nlautes awl bottle Twoor throe ap0Onfulla a gtMo 18014 water wilt atakt a 4elleio i 4rbtkt 11- s KNIIMI OP UliflUIMlS 1 i Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A large class is ready for 1 nitla tlon tomorrow at Portland Ore Many councils throughout the West have organized baseball teams Louisville Council will have a class of over sixty for the initiation on May 12 Many Louisville Knights will go to Ellzabethtown to assist in tho in- Itiation on April 29 Tho council at North Platte Cd Iwill confer Knighthood on a class of at its Initiation this month Hon La Vega Clements former Grand Knight of Oweusboro Council was registered hero last Saturday At a largely attended meeting of Denver Council last wool twentytwo applications were favorably acted uponAfter receiving holy communion 600 members of St Paul Council marched to the St Paull Hotel where they breakfasted Four of the nine members of tho recently formed Conservative Gov ernmunt of Prince Edward Island Canada are Knights of Columbus There will be 215 accredited dele gates to the Colorado Springs con vention representing every State in the Union Mexico Canada and the Philippine Islands The National Directors have unan imously decided to hold the 1912 convention at Colorado Springs Opening August 6 the convention will be In session three days Indianapolis Council hasset tho mark for 1000 members in 1912 and will confer the first degree on andthirdpart of May LATEST IN STYLE Shaped berthas of lace are pre dicted for a return The new skirt Is draped or has the double or triple effect Striped and checked suits will be fashionable this season Silk takes a prominent place as hat trimming to form bows Plaltlnga of tulle lace or net are used In every possible manner The changeable taffeta suits and gowns will require white gloves In millinery small flowers and tightly pressed designs are used There is a decided revival of the jacket bodlco popular during the sec ond empire Tho newest hat models show pro fuse ornaments of leaves flowers shirring and feathers Decidedly effective is the separate blouse of white linen trimmed with plaid linen of bluo or white Bordered fabrics are seen In self and contrasting colors of all kinds of materials and are popular White corduroy Is being used In separate skirts and proves a most admirable material for that purpose Pongee is always durable and good looking It can bo combined with plain colors plaid or striped materials VANILLA BISCUIT Three whites of eggs four table spoonfuls of sugar a few drops of roll coloring one teaspoonful of vanilla extract or one teaspoonful of orange flower water Beat the whites up very stlfly then add the sugar and flavoring gently Put white paper over a baking tin Put teaspoonfulscoloring to make the remainder pink Bake in a slow oven LESION FOAM Four eggs two lemons one cup of sugar Boat the yolks thoroughly add sugar the Juice and grated rind of tho lemons and cook until it Is creamy Stir In gradually the stiff eggsServo licious BED PAD Several thicknesses of paper will make an efficient bed pad In the absence of the expensive rubber sheet It la less heating than rubber and wll lanswer all purposes of pro tection In any short illness It is easily replaced SAVE STOCKING TOPS Save the tops of old stockings and draw them over your seated fruit Jars to protect them from the light which everybody ought to know but many do notwlll darken the color of the contents You may pin a label upon each KNEW PAPAS STRENGTH Johnny had been naughty and his mother told him that he could choose between a whipping and being shut up in tho cellar Who will whip moyou or papa queried Johnny Your papa was the reply Then Its the cellar for mine reJ- oined the wise youngster NOT A JEW THERE Hie was quite evidently from the country and he was also quite ev1 dently a Yankee and from behind his bowed spectaloes be peered inquisI- tively at the little oily Jew who oc cupied the other halt of the car seat with him The little Jew looked at him depre catlngly Nice day he began politely Youre a Jew aint you Queried the Yankee Yes sir Im a clothing salesmen handing him a card But youre a Jew Yes yes Im a Jewme the answer I Weell continued the Yankee I Im a Yankee and in the little Til iage in Maine where I acres from Im- f proud to say there aint a Jews i repliedtiro II U r 1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure A proved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light OHNFOERTELCO T INCORPOR- ATBDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISV1LLB Q Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 N lIIE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cates Renowned orpurlty strength excellent flavor QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky I OL- DFORTUNArBOURBONr THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COsx00RBOnATSn DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS u M M MULDOON Practical Horse Shoer Handmade Shoes of all kinds Trotting horses a specialty All work promptly attended to and guaranteed Horses Called Per and Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET HOME PHONE 5579 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HAVE OUR WAGON CALL1 AAIPj DELIVER YOUR WO- RKTIERNEY i I The tGlianir- Cleializ aid Prcsslsg ef Ladies and tots Gamuts All Week Oaaraiteed t833 PtdllltAnl Seine 7rI1631 West Mirkit St 1 9- n I o MRSR SSII li 1DEULIIGN C Successor to Mi i Jitt FASHIONABLEIMPORTED MILLINERYSI e MME PWNE 7187 234 WEST MARKET ST HENRY fiUNOLD DAQRHt StaplilaftdFlncy Bnoriifc A FIRSTCLAM SAMPLE MM IN C8NNECTMN Old Whiskies a Specialty Nose MMM 4IM 124 W WA Ii r I IKENTCKY RS3i ailKLBiRiCOA1 L II THE BIG STORE SALE OF MENS SUITS FOR S1000Begins Saturday the 13th Must Be Seen to Be Appreciated I THE BIG STOREMILTON MAHBUEST NE dr CO 4Z4 Foirthaii Between Market StII HONEST SPRING NOW READY The style first attracts you the fit pleases you 1 and the service convinces you it is precisely what we claimthe BEST SHOE in the world VOLZ MICHAEL p 336 WEST MARKET STREET HIM4l ALL- THROUGH STYLES Mulloys Good Coffee THE BEST SPRING TONIC healthful and delicious stimulant that never IIA in quality or freshness a crder for his special grade at 3 Lbs For 75c JOHN M MULLOY zisa w MAI2KiDr STREBr r + 4 + + + + FOR GOODNESS SAI E a r OTHERS Lei AT BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the a South O NONN NNN6N JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Prescriptions Naughtons Filled By Registered Pharmacy Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them rrI Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON S- TSANNOUNCEMENT MR M J FINNEGAN for many years Secretary of the Centrall Coal Iron Company and Manager of their Louisville business has accepted the position with us as General Sales Agent and Assistant Manager effective April Market j11912with street headquarters at our office 738 East We will continue to handle the best Coals and Cokes available and guarantee satisfaction at all times Cor respondence and inquiries solicited LOUISVILLE COAL COKE CO M M KLING Pres and Mgr I Tres Mgr P BAHMON Jft VJeePrGt and Tres Wed trial L J VEENEMAN Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING PICK Rt7adWayEL y u J 9e ltkaad 1Qib TCICPJ1PNE S73 TELEPHONE I2d2 R nU I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Reports from Utica N Y show- a steady growth In membership Division G of Indianapolis has gong out to reach a 300 now mem bership mark by 1913 President Taft has accepted tholi Invitation and will soon be tho guest of tho Hibernians of Savannah The large counties in tho Eastern States are now electing their delegates to the national convention Division 19 of Waltham Mass has purchased property for 15000 Extensive repairs are being made and the division will take possessio- May 1- Though seldom heard from Divis- Ion 1 of New Albany keeps up the work of tho order and is In good conditionst Hibernians are organiz Ing a building association and will soon begin the erection of a home for tho order Tho division and auxiliary at Pueblo Col tendered National President iRogan a great public re ception Wednesday Tho Kentucky State Board will soon make known where our conven ton will be hold Jf not too late we would suggest Louisville An Indianapolis Jewelry firm of fors a gold ring to the member of Division 6 securing the largest num bor of applications this year Jeffersonville Hibernians sustained a distinct loss by the deatl of Martin Fogarty In whoso memory resolutions were placed in the ec ords of the division Fifty Initiated fifty more elected and a large number of application received puts the Ladles Auxlllar of Dundalk Ireland well on the way to a memboraliln of 500 Division 1 meets Tuesday night at Palls Cltv Hall when several candi dates will be reported There huee been a marked increase In the at tendance and It Is hoped this will continueDivision 4 continues to receive nnnllwiMons at every meeting Press dent John Hennessv and the men from Limerick are determined tio keen the lead they have held for many years The contest being waged by team headed bv Lawrence Mackey the lawyer and Tom Quinn the barber k is attracting much Interest in the West End and besides Is materially Increasing tho membership of Divis- Ion 3- Our Irish exchanges note grea activity In the Ancient Order in the Emerald Isle Tho old divisions an constantly Increasing their member ship while In Louth and aieath a number of new ones have been or ganlzedThe County Board will soon an nounce Its programme for the an nual reunion at Phoenix Hill IIr June jTjUs years putlng jnrlll sur ass Jn every way any over hold lIt arcarriede There should be a big turnout a the meeting of Division 3 next Mon day night President Hourlgan says tho business to come before the meeting will be of more than or dinary Interest and will Include plans for the summer months The Ladles Auxiliary meeting IE set for next Wednesday when a membership contest that promises to be exciting will be Inaugurated Some handsome prizes will be of fered and it is expected that at least 100 new members will be secured Division 2 meets Wednesday night In the Odd Fellow Temple Sixth and Walnut when Important reports will be submitted President Ford and his followers are utter a number of new members and it Is predicted the strength of the division will be doubled before the end of the year Work is well under way on tho theater which the Ancient Order of Hibernians is erecting at the north east corner of One Hundred and Sixteenth street and Fifth avenue NoW York City at ti cost of 5155000 Present conditions Indi cate that It will be ready for opening early in September HOPKINS THEATER Another of those merrily diversi fied and thoroughly high class vaudeville programmes for whlcn the Hopkins Theater has earned a national reputations promised for the delectation of the patrons of that popular amusement house next week Only headline features have been engaged and It Is quite Impos sible to select nny turn as best In this bill of all stars MONTE CRISTO For next week the Avenue announces an engagement of Monte Christo which was for several seasons the vehicle used by James ONeil and will be seen here for the first time at popular prices This Is the greatest play that has come to the Avenue this year and it will doubtless ho witnessed by crowded houses TAILORS WILL DANQUET The Tailors Union of Uoulsvllle organized fifty years ago will celebrate its golden jublleo with a grand banquet at Germanla Hall on Mon day April 22 Carl N Bolandor will preside as toastmaster and among the guests will be National Secretary B JI Baals of Bloomington HI Or ganizer William Straw of Atlanta and John B Lennon LIGHTS SPEED Ono of the greatest discoveries of science ie due to observation of the eelipeee of Jupiter moons It was found that when the earth WH in the part of Iite orbit nearest to Jupiter these eoHpsae ooeurrfrd sixteen minutes earlier MfcRH wen it WH la the farthenaoit pant whefe is by all rulesl 61 astronomy they I eheuldhave occurred atta9manse ilavie each time It was deduced from tfcto that1lptwailDot Inttaa 0- U I J Jllf THE 2 FAVORITES olf Louisvilles Particular Smokers fARPY SPECIAL fOe Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal In HomemadeUnionmaderandthe bestmade for the money Fo sale at all dispensers of smokes T W TARPYaCO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKS MONUMENTS Having purchased the entir stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to Improve their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O M DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday CusicktVice Charles Finne gan Recording SecretaryAnthony J TompkinsFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rollFinancial Secretary Jos E Farrell IffOS West Market TreasurerThomas P lawler SergeantatAras=Louls Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 2 beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentCon Ji Ford Vice President J J Sullivan WelshtDaniel J CKeefe v Financial SecretaryJohn J Keanoy 1607 DumesnlL SergeantatArmsJ Charles ObstSentinelEdward Bronnun DIVISION 1 Meets Fir8ERBd Third Mondays lineteiiitii d Portland President Hwfc Hourlgan VIcePresldentJ M Maloney tRecording Secretary Thos Stev ens Financial SecretaryJohn G HessIon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatAvmsTames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertraod Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 807 West Oak- TreasurerHarl J Brady SergeantatArms John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Ms Qrody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan Treasurer B A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Oar ritySentinelThomas Oleason MarshalMichael Noon Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Glut House 344 North Twentysixth Marshal ol Sheehan Inside SentinelPeter Andrlof Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins Recording SecretaryRobert Os TreasurerRobert T Burke Second Vice President William Rlhn Financial SecretaryWm Link President Frank O Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link taneous and consequently took six teen minutes to traverse the diameter ot the earths orbit a distance of about 200000000 miles thus giving to light a velocity of 86000 miles a second which was accurately shown later by other experiments WALNUT THEATER Next week the Walnutstreettea ter will have an elaborate revival of East Lynne than which there is nota better known play on the stage today The company that Will pro Bent it comes highly recommended from the larger cities where the play lad a successful run i O j ATIIOLIO CHILDRKNS PAPER I The Catholic Church Extension Society publishes an Illustrated little paper every month called the Child Apostle It Is edited by one of the priests pf the society specially for little ones It Is only twentyfive cents or hrtter still endtwenty- tve cents ia stamps for a years ubftcrlptioh for your boy orglrlII iddrwi the CitM Apostle 113 Ke toralok ImlldlHgi Chicago 111 n II n 1 I IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death Is announced from Clonmel of Miss Bridget Condon a sister of Alderman Condon iM P apy pointed surgeon DrrPO P Ferran for Foxford At the last quarterly meeting otI the Carlow County Council James 0 Gorman of Hacketstown was co opted In place of thE late John Lyons At the Fermanagh Assizes held reIsented with a pair of white gloves a symbol of the crlmelessnesa of the countyA ofUtound drowned was returned at an inquest at Waterford on a farm laborer Mar tin Fitzgerald whose bodjl was found In Kllbarry hogs During a thunderstorm in the Tralee district recently the stone cross of Abbeydorney church was struck by lightning broken In two and thrown to the ground The death of Mother Mary Agnes which occurred at the Brlgidlne Convent Abbeylelx has occasioned much regret The deceased lady was In the fiftysecond years of her religious life- Justice Wright at Tyrono Assizes said there were four cases for trial and none presented any grave or serious feature He was In formed the county was peaceable and law abiding Judge Kenny In opening the Loltrlm Spring Assizes In Carrlck onshannon congratulated the grand Jury on the satisfactory state l of the county There were only two cases for consideration Three children tho two sons and daughter of a man named Lynas residing In Ballymena were badly In jured by a violent explosion In a fireplace at which they were seated In their fathers house Waterford Corporation has now the distinction of having two lady membershipAt tom House ward Mrs Lily Poole was returned at the head of the pollCoroner Heron has not considered an Inquest neecssary in the case of DoyleBroshas evoked feelings of deep regret among many friends In the town and neighborhood whotorOlinCountythe negotiations for the sale of the beontransferred willbethe latter parish giftoftotheplace which It Is proposed to use as a recreation ground for the chil between Clones road theII Hughtawneypleaded charge of manslaughter of an old throughallegodford whereby deceased was knocked down and had his skull broken The notguiltycharged ofFornsCollogo charge of Blackwator rendered va RevCanonpursuedstudies In St Peters College and atRomeordinationStPetersFORTY HOURSt FortyHoursElizabeth church on Burnett avenue = Rev Father Assent the pastor will willbosion untilwl11bebrother priests WIT J MAKE GOOD LouisvillesOgdenUtah Leagueteam Loxingtons = grass League and It Is safe to say he will make good among the Mormons He Is a son of Tim OLeary 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