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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 6 u e S srp t AMERIcAN 4 I 1IVl NO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 22 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS 7 KENTUCKYD I thollcltulght8Vnt1tSUlrCmeTrustee RcElectcd Central Committee Arranging Fur Anniversary Cele bration in May Death Claims Are Paid in Fro I Ton to Fifteen Days SOX PlDANCE AND HARMONY RESTOREDo Catholic Knighthood in all its glory was displayed last Friday night when the delegates from the Fall Cities branches forming the Central Committee met at St Marys Hall and listened to eloquent addresses and bright predic tions for the future of the Catholic Knights of America and all crowned by the indorsement of Joseph P McGinn for another term as Supreme Trustee The addresses were appreciated and proved a rare treat for those who attendedPresident Newton Rogers and all the Officers were present but did not call the meeting to order until all delegates could arrive from the Lenten devotions Now that the winter is over the various committees promise to get down to work in earnest and there will be something doing at all the branches for the next six months The return of Edward G Hill as a delegate was applauded and a the addition of John Kelly to the Execu tire Committee and Michael Reichertt and Joe McGinn to the MembershipI a Committee met with hearty approval The resolution submitted by exSu preme Trustee Smith proposing an amendment to the rates was withdrawn St Michaels branch reported that four more members would soon be placed on their roll following which Chairman Veeneman said the efforts of the Mem bership Committee and most active friends of the order would be to visit thejJ various branches to hold the old mem bers and to persuade new ones to join In an interesting discussion partici atedln flyPresident Rogers Patrick Holley Michael Reichert John Schald and Supreme Delegate Score the fact de eloped that the Catholic Knights of America are now paying death claims more promptly than any other fraternal insurance society in the United States in The speakers cited several recent in stances where the death warrants had been paid in from ten to fifteen days after death proof had been filed Supreme Trustee McGinn was called upon and his remarks were very encouraging as the reports from the Supreme office show that not the order now receives one hundred cents for every dollar it is obligated to pay and that this would always continte 1Themeeting of the Supreme body in May was announced and aftor a number of speeches commending Supreme Trustee McGinn for his faithful services ure to the membership large the Central Committee by unanimous vote adopted resolutions indorsiug him for reelection aud calling upon Kentuckys delegates to use their best efforts to continue him in that position It is the concensus of opinion that the office ought to come to Kentucky and that Trustee McGinn not should be her only candidatetaThe Central Committee thought it advisable witl to omit the public parade at the annual celebration this year and will we observe the anniversary with religious services only President William Norfi ton of Branch 45 and President John at Schalda of Branch 32 tendered the cone mlttee and the branches a cordial invita tion to celebrate this year with them the first on Sunday May 6 and the latter on Sunday April 29 The entire matter wa referred to the Entertainment Commit tee which will meet with the other dele gates at the office of Newton G Rogers and then select the time and placetA suggestion that the Central Commit tee make preparations for a generali reunion and meeting of all the branches that on the night of May 16 was receivlug with expressions of favor on all sidesdl Final action will be taken at the next meeting and the decision will appear ila these columnsalp SERIOUSLY ILLteaJ teaau Rev John B Kelly Rector 1 Holy Trinity Church New Albany its Rev John B Kelly rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany is very of seriously illat St Josephs Infirmary His many friends hope for his recovery He has been one of the hardest workin priests about the Falls Cities and iis much beloved by his congregation and all who know him Father Kelly has been rector of Holy Trinity church since I October 1881 His work in that congre g ation during the past twentyfour years has bc something extraordinary He r practically rebuilt the church and erected a fine parochial school Rev John Bou Kelly was born in the County Donegal1 and trslaodand came to America in 1803 Be was ordained priesttat Indianapolis 5- ab tf 4a1874 fey BltfaapdeSt Palais He A- lF sa = u f appointed to Cambridge City where served until he came to New Albany uring the thirtyone years of his minis try he has done much for the church add for education Father Kelly is one the leading advocates of total abstinen ce among the clergy of the Indianapolis diocese Father Kelly is suffering from stomach trouble and it has been difficult to diag nose his case He has not been iu tjood health for two years but recently hisi ailment became much more serious and he came to St Josephs Infirmary to be i physlclani provement was shown during the week t I uPOPULAR DEPUTY SHERIFF Union labor and workingmen in gen eralwill be pleased to hear that Deputy Sheriff Dennis J Hefferuan will be re yDs r 7 j gold badge which was presented to him shopstformerly employed He prominent and influential member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and otherCatholic societies and in addition has made a competent official while in the Sheriffs office 0- I CZAR TEBEAU aain Shows Perfect Control Over Daily Sporting Writers rA striking example of how the Louisville public is served with base ball s occurred last week The Cleveland team played two exhibition games with the Louisv lIes aud had no trouble whatever defeating them After the games here Cleveland then went to Columbus where after an exciting twelveinning gam they were defeated by the team of tits town by a scare of 3 to 2 The Cincinnati Enquirer and other papers made quite a feature out of it but sorry to say a tine appeared in the Ideal dailies simply and solely for the reason that Dilly Clymer the Louisville exmanager who now acts in the same capacity at Columbus has been tabooed by Czar Tebeau and the sporting writers for fear of incurring his majestys dlspleas were afraid to mention that piece news which would surely have been o interest to local fans We can expect the same sort of ball here this year under the Tebeau regime that we have had in the last several seaIsons that is cheap minor league ball at firstclass prices The writer of this does wish to pose as a knocker but np his cudgel against Tebeau who do more to kill the great national J game in this town than any other thing know ofINo fair judge of the pennant race canILouisville any better than fourth the finish In fact bets have been offered to that effect and one gentleman despisedClymereasily fisj BECOMING EXCITINGII The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a fairly welltt quarteri j I Wednesday evening in spite of the far a great many members were attend the Holy Week devotions in the I churches A letter of encour agement was received from State Secret Hunt and Miss Margaret Shea was reported on the sick list The member j contest between the Green and GeldJJ ms is becoming quite spirited and the gainerinDANCE MONDAY NIGHT The popular Nonpariel Club will give next dance Monday night at the New Athletic Club This will be the last one the present successful series and it isi reasonable to expect there will be a great throng All the latest dance music hastt andga time t scrapthe I FOR THE BOY j everythinst communion and being confirmed Numbers have bought suits advertised iinIII I columns and when fitted out parents 1 friends have been deUghtedwftb1 their appearance The Big Store haaJ 1 f 1 reasonle 1 II- r e o 1 i J r f t tt- ik I j OVERWHELMING I I I Vote A3alrrtJEstablishment ofNationaF Hibernian Home The proposition to establish a National Hibernian Home meets with little fa in Louisville as is indicated by the v westingDivision us of against it Few of the members see any real necessity for such an institution which would be a steady and heavy tax upon the organization for many years comeVice President Welsh presided and during the evening timely talks we made by Patrick Holley Thomas Ken nedy Lawrence Mackey National CountyPresident conclusion ofwhich resolutions were adopted to have an initia tion on May 1 when the degrees will conferred on a class of twenty candidates i The applications of Peter Ku and Thomas Ford were filed and Jo- T Lyons and J J Lannan received the obligation Division 3 is continuing tthe membershipandit desired HAVE TO SHOW HIM Members of the Ancient Order of I bernians Knights of Columbus Catho Knights of America and other Catholic societies will be rejuced to hear tit William T Meehan has returned from Paris Mo where he has been for the past year and further still that he prom ises to never wander again from the 01 Kentucky home Mr Meehan has heardl so many flattering reports of the phenomenal growth of the A O H another dI societies here that he states thaHie i i IIsMACKIN COUNCIL Will Hold Annual Outing at TuesdaytJune 13 i Not for some time has there been such J a large gathering of members of Mackiu iI Council as on Monday night When I President Kerberg obligated Sam Reber- son I and read three favorable reports and seven applications there was hearty applause Charles Robinson was reported well and Ben Saltenbrock improving tutufre on Tuesday I nights and also that the Hopkins man agement had generously offered the use of its athletic track to the gymnasium classes The special committee to whom f reportsJune 13 as the day There was quite a demand for invitations to the dance to be given Monday night at the club house for which a splendid attendance is as J sured Those who have attended the i pleasant affairs given by Mackin this winter declare the ball room the be now in the city MOURN HIS DEATH eWilliamfty years a well known and highly re Iin yearnbusiness to Capitol died at his home in Frankfort on Wednesday morning after a Uri ofIn widetw WItill Guard survive J him The funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd and wass the largest seen in Frankfort for yearsg past From all over the State there were 1 messages of sympathy for the bereaved family and in Frankfort a feeling of gloom pervaded nearly every home HERMANN IS CHAIRMAN Col F Joseph Herrmann the most s cessful campaign the Demo tJcratiet has again been selected for Chairman of j the City and County Campaign Commit j1 tee and Democratic candidates feel sanguine that his selection makes vlctoacertain Col Hermann is one of Lou villes most enterprising and substantial business men and every move directed by him is made on business lines He is splendid organizer and the utmost confidence is reposed in his judgment aICOL MULDOON HOMee IColIndianapodaring a mOllumentIheiis building iaMemphisAs Colrl Muldoon grows oldarhe gets bnftler worew bIbefU n iIi i i jjililil I Written for the Kentaekj Irish American EASTER fHail Easter banners are unfurled Hope brightens gloom of grave Our Victors triumph over world Makes feeble mortals brave displaysHer vorHer voice respundsin holy lays directore1 Lol earth from slumber rlsesnew In robe of verdant spring With sparkling gems of morning dew Us vernal joy to bring toUnlocked is sacred store of food To souls of angel kind Enriched with graoya holy mood rePossesses heart and mind J Rejoice the Lord of hosts is here To be our Bread otlife A foretaste of the bljss up there In land with pleasures rife 1 Look upl who can depict or paint IeThat resurrection Gene As shared in heaven hy our saint rigBy Mary Magdalene hnWGARCHBisHOPS 1 Annual Meeting fio Begin in OnHIticMay 3i attllImportant Subjects Will BeDls Icussed Includfng Catho tic University F Report That Vatican Council May Be Opened Before Close of 3ear PAMPHLET THAT CREATES COMMENT r tThe annual meeting of the Catholic Archbishops of the Unftee States will be held in Washington on May 3 Imme ofdPhiladelphia will leave for Rome to pa ff a visit to the Pope Mojisignor Kennedy the rector of the Amer ce College will1i go back yxit4 hjlgs iey w111aE4r 1a the Pope of the action of the Washing ton conference which it is expected willj have to do with the condition of the unittli versity social conditions and somen unfinished business in regard to secret I societiesArchbishops Ireland Williams Moeller Messmer Riordan Quigley and Glennou Lays not visited Pope Pius X since he was elected and their departure for Rome it is reported will soon be arranged att the convenience of each prelate as the Pope is said to be specially desirous o r making the personal acquaintance of the oppotr r to Rome this month It is not Improbable that the VaticanI council may be reopened before the end 1 of the year This was the twentieth 1 General Council of the church which began December 8 1809 and was proit rogued on October 29 1370 on account of the breaking out of the FrancoPrussian war It was attended by 765 Bishops from all over the world and was the council that proclaimed the infallibility of the Pope Much interest has been publications X His Atts and His Intentions which is said to have been written by a very important churchman with an extraordinary knowledge of the Curia and a very stclose acquaintance with the ideas of Pius X The brochure outlines some in tended reforms The 300 Italian semihi naries may be consolidated into one sith that number The Bishops are admonished the to keep a special vigilance ever the younger clergy and the superiors of the religious orders to exercise the utmost care in the selecting of membersSregard to the B shops themselves the document has some drastic comments upon Bishops who through infirmity oriiinaU n tA n l 1 Ll f performingY it intimates be compelled t dletd forCIj some time has as yet received no officiall disclaimer of its authoritative source nor any condemnation of the audaciously frank Intimations it makes MOTHER CLEOPHAS BETTERth CMother Cleophas one of the oldest andat known Sisters of Chaity in Kenof lucky is able to be about again after anha illness of about two months at Sts Mary th yeasisorspent s the tacoisy cry over the Stat FOR SWEET CHARITY A musicale will be given by an aggregation of the best talent in the district known as Portland next Wednesday April 20 at 8 oclock at Lewis Twentysixth aria Portland avenue The price of admission is twentyfive cents and proceeds will be donated to the charity and a large turn will probably be re aHcan pleaslreveuinge at n s i 1 J1 0- f WILL SOON LEAD i Unity Council After Largest Membership In This Section Since the purchase of the site for itst own home there has been a big increas- of interest in Unity Council Y M L of New Albany as was attested Tuesda nightwhen President Hinkebeiu Initiated t five candidates and received six teen more applications Unity CouncilII is making an earnest effort to secure the jurisdiction nI take the lead The Entertainment Committee reported all receptlony night at Music Hall Messrs Dan Ker rick Edward Schmitt and Frank Zoellers will have charge of the May dancing parties to be given at the club house The President appointed Will Receveur Edward Graff and Fred Kurzendorfer a special committee to draft club house meetingSecretary to notify all members that the council would attend holy communi m in a body on Sunday April 30 WINS HIS RACE Joe Nelligan Democratic candidate for Constable in the West End has made a phenomenal canvass during the past few weeks and his friends are confident that his race is already won Popular with the people and with a laudable ambition he is deserving of the office he seeks I fSteady and faithful to his employers worthyiI I large following Mr Nelligan is also prominent and a larfiwoiker in frateina11 society circles and this had added mac his strength especially among young ANOTHER CONTEST Trinity Council Will Appoint Captains Monday Night At a well attended meeting Monday night Trinity Council Y M L decided have another membership contest Next Monday night the opposing teams and their captains will be selected The last contest of this character added largely to the membership which it iis earnestly desired to increase to 500 dur the present year President Coouey presided and after obligating Edward J Nevin Introduce- Chairman Worland who spoke for the minstrels to be given April 25 and 27 The show he said would be a good oue and the members should boom it Frank Lenz was reported on the sick list and Joseph Steurle and Fred Matthews were said to be improving The other business 1 was of a routine character o TOOK THE VEIL At the feast off the Lorelto Institute young women renounced the world aad its pleasures and were given veil and religious dress of the Sister- of Loretto Among them was Miss Alexina Schaulie daughter of the late Fred Scbaulie a pioneer merchant of Louisville Mrs Schaulie and Miss Alice mother and sister of the young postulant attended the ceremonies Miss Schaulie will henceforth be Sister Alex She is widely known in Louisville having been associated with musical ands lieor Miss Eleanor Schaulie has been ntified with the Catholic Women since its organiztiou I GOD CALLED HER Everywhere in Kentucky the news of 1 death of Sister Lorrettine who wasII called to her eternal reward last Sunda j Lexington was received with feelings 1 deep sorrow For thirty years the been a Sister of Charity and asa widely known for her devotion and sublime character Her life had bee sarong the Sisters of Nazareth and remains were taken to the moth tite funeral and interment took place Sister Lorrettine is survived by one brother William Kiusella of this city o 0 HAPPY UNIONtWednesday afternoon at 4 oclock the J marriage of Martin McNally and Miss Margaret Monohan will be solemnized at Dominican church Rev Father o performing the ceremony William Gardner will be the best manand Mise i Maude Hefforuan will beth bridesmaid 1 Following the urchhcereaiony the newly wedded eoaple will be tendered a iI IJrk reception and wedding dinner at the res- Idence of John Hickey Seventh and Oak after which they will leave o- t short honsymnon trip Upon their rat naur they will go to housekeeping and be Irnat home to their friends at 910 West Oak street Martin McNally is one of fightin ofeMrs John Hickey and is a handsome joinrj eztendltALL FOR RAY Deputy Assessor Frank Hickey whose picture appears in this article and Patrick Welch and Joe Lenihan have been doing yeoman service for Press Ray can didate for Comity Assessor with whom they will serve as deputies Bar the past six months these gentlemen have been I l J working night and day in all parts of the city and when seen yesterday they de majorityTheys next four years and promise to share them with their friendstKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 1 State Deputy Robert A Wat son Institutes Council at Somerset The Knights of Columbus had a sue g tU1JU1JI1etSt1gJnlUaUpffiQ Suhputthroughinterest was aroused in Catholic circles in Somerset over the event and Path Boynton the pastor of the church gave his hearty encouragement to the pro ceedings A splendid banquet was spread after the ceremonies which was presidedover by the young ladies of thethechurch The speeches at the banqu were of an unusually excellent character The remarks of the visiting Knights produced a good impression on the memo bers of the new council and they bid fair to vie in enthusiasm with all the other councils of the State in the objects of the order The delegations that were present came from Chattanooga Cincin nati Lexington and Louisville and re turned to their homes Monday morning State Deputy Robert A Watson deserv great praise for the splendid record being made under his admiqistration in the creation of new councils throughout Kentucky He is ably assisted in his efforts by Grand Knight James J Pit geraldand also in the insinuation new councils by Patrick Callahan t J Lecturer of Louisville Council s other officers whose degree work is pr nounced by capable critics as of t highest order 0 PLEASING MUSICALE The music pupils of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy 1102 East Broadway 1 Stspleasing musicale the first week in May The graduates among whom are Misses Mary Hurst Amelia McBride Anna J Reeder Mary Kieffer Verona Shaeffer and Irene Weiler will take a prominent part and the parents and friends of the J Sisters and pupils will be delighted with the programme that has been arranged The musicale will take place in the large commencement hall of the new academy READYeRev Father John OConnell rector of St Augustines in Jeffersonville an+ nounced to his congregation last Sunday 1 morning that the new church would be ready for occupancy about June 1 When oneYof the handsomest church edifices in the Indianapolis diocese and will long stand monument to Father OConnell and the Catholics of Jeffersonville 10nABBOTT IN NATAL erMessrs Michael and Joseph Herrmann received a souvenir postal card Wednes day from Abbott Edmund Obrecht dated Pinetown Natal Before going to Nat l Father Obmcht spent two weeks at Za zibar as the guest of the Sultan He has en more monasteries to visit in Africa and will not return before the last of the year SHAKESPEARES BIRTHDAYe izLTomorrow will be the birthday of Willa Shakespeare the great playwtlg p he having been herd April 25 1564 and J died in 1616 being fiftytwo years of e stabs time of hii death r7- Q PRIMARY Election to Bo Hold Next Tues heday Promises to Be a Lively Contest The Balloting Will Bo Con ngducted Under Protection of Carroll Law I Everything Indicates That It t Will Bo fair rind All Will Get Square Deal I SOME OF THE STRONG ONES t The Democratic primary election to nominate city and county officers to be I voted for at the regular election in November will be held next Tuesday The polls will be located at the same places as at the regular election Fraud at the primary is denounced by the law and the againsttheviolating theindicationsonethoughonesidedforThe goodmenover those who are now opposing each other quite earnestly will get together inii opposing their common political enemy in NovemberIt of gotoman choice In the city in order to be en titled to vote one must be registered as a registrationdoesduty Democrats to vote for the candidates whom they believe will add strength fer the ticket at the general election in No vember With a strong ticket in the fieldl the Democrats can win easily but defeat weUorgan ized for the coming campaign and can obtain financial help from the Federal officeholdersFrom immemorial on the eve of onthecry toagive the defeated ones a chance to die easy Of course the same tactics will be pursued at this election Even now the toerballotboxvorable to what is organizationopponents counted out no matter how ofetfoundationforeverythingIindicates that the e conductedDemocratic City and County Executive Committee to fill the positions of election officers are men of integrity and none of them would stoop to such unlawful and chargedagainstthem pressAagoesesto press the concensus of opinion seems to be that Paul C Barth will be nomi nated for Mayor over Laban Phelps The latter did not announce his candidacy Barthofa good record Some of the races will be heddse forriBellbeJudge of the County Court Pres Ray for County Assessor and All V Oldham for Clerk of the Police Court also look like winners in the primary Much interest centers in several of the minor races but the friends of candldateSullivan for Magistrate have made a splendid canvass for them They are popular in their districts and are so well known that their nomination is a foregone conclusion Bud Moran anothertt popular young Democrat is making a 1 runaway race for nomination as Constable and already has his contest won thingThursdaymore election officers than he asked for himself The committee selected officers from all lists submitted and therefore there can be no dissatisfaction with the appointments When casting your bal lot dont fail to stamp after the names of those who have no opposition + S 0 IMPROVING SLOWLY 1 Rev Patrick Kelleher the former beloved assistant rector at St Patricks who has been long undergoing treatment at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is making but slow progress toward recovery With a continuance of the present fine weather however it is thought be will be able to get out and that a marked improvement will follow Father Kel himnTULLY OFFERED SPACE John Tully the old lifesaver has been offered space for an exhibit in the for fish and game building at the ewis and Clark Exposition which opens Hisdishtlay at the Worlds Fair aattracted wide awardedaeverialRnxiovu to secure it for their big fair rJ 0 4y ENi OdK IRiSH AlD1l lOJ JIKENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflfl 11 TBtad to the Morel and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C entered at the tonlsvltle Postoftlce as SecondClass Matter Adters all COllmaalcallon to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMER1CAN326 West OreeD Sired 4cOUNcIL LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY APRIL 22 1905 MAKE NO CHANGE A committee of Kentucky St Senators was in Louisville ti week taking evidence as to the b- I estis I J manner of levying taxes T present ad valorem system of taxation is all right if it is enforced The people who are asking for change in the tax laws are merchants and manufacturers a 4wealthy men The cottage owner is not asking for any change The best thing the Senate commit can do is to recommend that change be made in the present law Changes bring about confusion and c In this confusion the corporatio- k escape without paying anything THE CATHOLIC PRESS It looks like self praise or selfishness to call attention to the woof the Catholic press It is not often that the Kentucky Ini American does so but this is an opportune time to do so In ti city of Louisville there are 50000 r English speaking Catholics How a many of them take a Catho newspaper or magazine Comparatively few certainly not ti- ii large number that should subscribe There is nothing cheaper than a newspaper and your home paper even if it is a poor one nearly always contains some information which more than repays for ti price of subscription The Catholic clergy recognize the great value of the Catholic press and often rge that it be supported more lib v Ally In this connection it will of be out of place to publish what- the Third Plenary Council of Ball timore says on this subject The Archbishops and Bishops of the United States assembled in the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore to th clergy and laity of their charge Christian parents let us beg your earnest consideration of this important i truth that upon you singly and indii vidually must practically depend thejj solution of the question whether or not J1 the Catholic Press is to accomplish the great work which Providence and theI Church expect of it at this time So frequently and so forcibly has the Provi dential mission of the press been dwe upon by Popes and prelates and disti u guished Catholic writers and so assid ously have their utterances been quoted and requoted everywhere that no on certainly stands in need of arguments t he convinced of this truth But all thi will be only words in the air unless i can be brought home to each parent au made practical in each household T the head of each Catholic family willIIof recognize it as his privilege and his duty to contribute towards supporting the jto Catholic press by subscribing for one or more Catholic periodicals and keep ing himself well acquainted with the information they impart then the Catho lie press will be sure to attain to its rightful development and to accomplish its destined mission But choose a jour sal that is thoroughly Catholic instruc tive and edifying not one that would be while Catholic in name and pretense nncatholic in tone and spirit disrespectful to constituted authority or biting or uncharitable to Catholic brethrenW NATIONAL HYMN AGAIN giTheat has heretofore referred to the changing of the text of the national If anthem The Star Spangled Banner in the public school textbooks in certain States The is change was made at the instance of in certain AnglomaniacsI in New York and elsewhere Key wrote thisin impolite1 stanza about the British And where is that band who so vaunt ingly sworehic That the havoc of war and the battles jjjAno more Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps pollution No refuge could save the hireling and slave weFromof the grave city 7 It was considered by the Anglo maniacs that the line Their blood has washed outt their foul footsteps poI onW1Sofftnlive to the a 1f mother Country and itscut Wi t J n out Superintendent Maxwell of wasIHe11San Englishman1 heewas writing about at least the New York Legislature thinks so preventathe emasculation ot the national inaNew York hereafter must contain the Star Spangled Banner accord Francis aneetonoSuperintendent Maxwell an Eng 1 lishman excelns nslent old ladies who met recently in Washington known as the National Council of Women classed The Star Spangled Ban gLorirkI 1 fied war that children ought to be sore These same shPladies too discussed a motion Anthonyethat divorce is a blessing The latter motion did not prevail and denouucinglieThe Star Spangled Banner which shows that a majority of thee National Council of Women have some sense left The body of John Paul Jones who in 1779 after a memorable fight with the British captured thee Serapis with his own vessel the Bon Homme Richard has been found in Paris after a search of four years The body will be brought back to the United States on a war vessel and interred in Arlington John Paul Jones was classed as a pirate by the British He was a Scotchman who settled in Virginia his name being John heIewent to sea The gallant Scotch man is entitled to a monument as is John Barry the Irishman who figured in the same revolution I John Paul Jones was a sea pirate the British contend George Washington was a land pirate Chicagoutt tan municipal ownership of the Chicago Ii tlotl stime iin the matter He cabled the I municipalitdy Superintendenf t Street Railways be given a months leave of absence to come Chicago to explain how munici pal ownership works in that city The request was granted Eastern capitalists have already offered Mayor Dunne the loan of sufficient money to buy the Chicago street railway lines for the city The municipal ownership movement is being watched with interest by the country Startling testimony has been in in the trial of the Hargises Lexington for the alleged mur hider of Cockrill in Breathitt county as the testimony of the witnesses who have testified for the Com to monwealth against James Hargis j true the commission of murder Breathitt county was lightly regarded The Hargises accord g to the testimony thought noth w1ingmen to shoot them from tion ambush When it is considered the Hargises are the leading people in Breatfiitt county this state of affairs is appalling The finest Irish club house in the is to be buit in New York by the Ancient Order of Hiber Wrens The building plans for most which have been filed with the andl Building Inspector will stand on choice site cm Fifth Avstudga withj i1lbe 106x85 feettivestoriel effects p j high The estimated cost of the structure exclusive of the lot is 200000 When will the Ancient Order be ready to begin work on less modest building in Louisville To the credit of the Catholics of Louisville let it be said that Ho i Week was more generally observed here this year than ever before in the history of the diocese Tb churches were crowded from Wednesday until today either the morning or evening devotjo and thousands made their Easter duty The same old cry of fraud w be raised at this primary Tim who shout fraud the loudest are sometimes the ones who are parti to it The defeated candidate also shouts fraud when he knows has not enough votes to win The pallium will be conferred upon the Most Rev John J Glen non D D the new Archbishop of St Louis Sunday May 14 Cardinal Gibbons will officiate at Archbishop Ireland will preach Go to the polls Tuesday and vo for your choice if you are a Democrat If you are not entitled to vote say nothing and wait until November The General Council has wisely decided to have the houses in Lou isville renumbered It should haye been done some time ago EDWARD D OCONNOR Edward D OConnor candidate for Magistrate in the Seventh district whose picture appears herewith is perhaps better known than any other man in it H P has served in the capacity of Constable for the past six years under Judge John Keyufg office he now seeks he has the zealous support of both Judge McCann and Squire Keyer During his long service Mr OConnor has made the acquaintance andacquired the goodwill of every manJ who has had business in his court and they have been legion and he has had opportunity of seeing the law admin I istered and has heard cases tried in euc bII numbers that without the study andI time he has given to the law outside of his court he would be well qualified and equipped to enter on his duties as Magis trate Mr OConnor has had an excellent school training aud his business ex 1 perience which has extended over many years has prepared him to discharge the duties that will be encumbent upon himt iis as a member of the Fiscal Courtv EASTER EUCHRE The Ladies Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of of Railway Trainmen announce an Easter euchre for next Tuesday after noon and night at Odd Fellows Halla Sixth and Walnut streets when they will award handsome prizes Play will all begin at 230 aud 830 oclock- MACAULL3YS The announcement that Miss Amelia Bingham is soon to be seen in this city what is declared to be the greatest play of hercareer It Mademoiselle MarniC created quite a stir in social as well j dramatic circles Miss Bingham is recognizedas Americas best emotional actress and in her new play she is said I be at herbest The engagement ofw Miss Bingham is at Macauleys for two nights only beginning Friday April 28 with matinee RIMASONIC Vivians Papas the merry farce made a big hit here last season at of class prices will be the next attrac at the Masonic Theater Caroline Hull is starred in the piece It is her aided as a clean and wholesome comedy carefully staged and presented in the same elaborate manner that marked itsne original long run in New York CityBe BUCKINGHAM MIForStiboakedthepronounced one of Ute strongest and Rev up to date vaudeville organizations traveling The company is a big one the presents two Striking burlesques replete with gorgeous costumes catchy I I music and grand scenery all illuminated new mechanical and electrical I at t 0J HALLELUJAH What thoughts sublime Fill the Christian hearts Tis Easter time aLet glad bells chime For Christ has risen For sin Jesus died On the cross crucified Arose again glorified yLet his death not be vain I will suffer all pain And to the cross cling singeTill a last tolling bell Will sound my death knell atAnd my soul leaves its shell blghnscry For mercy so sweet- Remembering His promise- To doubting Thomas illBlessed art they who believe without seeingat an echo I hear it still isPeace on earth to men of good will I GENEVIEVE REGAN OCONNO e j eS0GIETv o Mf ft S9SSS969S969 Mrs Lonnette J Conner of Portland left Sunday for a two weeks visit with friends at Nashville IdThe Misses Fowler of Parkland as their guests this week Miss Eliza Han nan and Miss Edna Cronin toMr Wyble Maypother and wife and daughter will move to Anchorage June and will be at Bellewood for the summer Mrs Viola McDermott of biads Ind was this week the guest of Miss Bessie Williams at her home in Jeffers Ville Miss Frances Mayer who left last week for Cincinnati where she visited her aunt Mrs James Foley is expected home today Mrs Anita Muldoon has returned fr Indianapolis where she received hi praise for her pariIn the principal concert of the season eJohn Milligan and wife and daughter Miss Mattie have returned from Frank- lIn after a pleasant visit with Mrs Milligans parents Messr Joseph M Keyer of this ci and Robert A Keyer of Natchez Mi made a visit this week to Mr Thomas J Keyer at Memphis Mrs McClain and daughter Miss Roberta are here from Owensboro an extended visit with Mrs Theodore Tracy at Crescent Hill Miss Dollie Burns the pretty and accomplished organist of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament is now able to out after an illness of several days The many Louisville friends of Mrs William T Meehan will be pleased to learn that she has returned to Kentucky and will make this city her future ho For the past year she has been living Paris Mo where her husband was en gaged in business 12Officerson street and Thomas Kelly of 730 East Green street are exceedingly happy over the arrival of fine baby boys at their respective homes this week and for t next few days they will be busy issuing invitations to the christening celebra tionNow that Lent is over this column will be found contaiuing many marriage announcements in the next few weeks Young couples with the matrimonial bee buzzing in their bonnets might as well send in their announcements as our society reporters will ferret them out sooner or later News has been received here of theI marriage of William Norton who is we 1 known in this city and Miss Alice Koh Ion Will is a traveling representative I of the International Sell Company with headquarters in Chicago and the brideI to be congratulated on securing soII a husband Misses Florence and Anita Bell accomplished and popular daughters i the late L II Bell who have been spending the winter with relatives iin New York City will return to Louisville the firstf May Though pleased With the metropolis they write that after there is no place like Kentucky fo them The many friends of Mrs William A Brown only daughter of Mr and Mrsa Michael Fitzpatrick will learn with lOrF row of her serious illness which has A her to her home Twelfth and Delaware streets for the past fivr weeksr The esteem in which Mrs Brown is heldtli has been shown by the daily remembrances lm and anxious inquiries of her circle of acquaintancesv Last Saturday little Winnie Ridge arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs JohnI 1530 Barrett avenue and nowr in the of honor in that tihapPYwinsome little less and no one is prouder her than the brave and gallant grandpJ father Major Patrick Ridge John hasB been kept busy receiving cougratula tions SIAWednesday afternoon at St Charles church when Miss Mary Gertrude Mooney the lovely and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Johni will become the bride of August one of our best known citizens ceremony will be performed bywi Charles P Raffo and will be wit Col ntssed by a llarge gathering of friends of trip happy couleinand Michael J Mouobao a former well known ldent of this city arrived here Monday from Butte Mont to be present the McNallyMonohaa w 4disg seat I r J SOCIETY DIRECTORY a A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second arid Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keimn DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month WelshaVice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretarYJohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD J Coleman Sentinel Patrick Begley Serge ntet Arma John Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Lynchl1adFinancial Secretary Joe P McGinn 516 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly 1DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday onatPfaus Hall KinneyPresidentRobert onVice President Michael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner Carrier awrence Ford omY r I IghMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice President B J Sands MorganFinancialCorresponding SecretaryF Lanaban tyTreasurerosepb Steltenpohl KenneysInside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 theforGray CooneyFirstBell Second Vice President A Hucken beck Recording Secretary Ejnil Mouth beFinandel9ecretaryRobertGGoebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer Treasure Will N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer Inside SentinelAug Kempf Outside SentinelJohn C Fries meSATOLLI COUNCIL 103 InMeets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave CrottyFirst JOConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Kava naRh Financial SecretaryWill P McDon ogb 1212 Sixth Street heRecording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretarYJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn KellyOutside C B THOMPSON FTORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirton SI llBothTelephones IOSO j All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Wednesday the brideelect being his slate Before leaving Louisville a year ego Mr Monohau was with the Louisville Railway Company Since his heremoval to the Par West he has engaged in the mining business and his friends will be glad to learn that he has met with gratifying success An announcement of interest in a wide circle is that Miss Sue Gates Moore and William Herbert Truman will be married- r April 27 The ceremony will be performed at the Cathedral rectory The attendants will be Misses Gabrielle Moore Frances Terrell Truman and Messrs R Vandiver and Van Wilson small reception will follow at the home of the bride 1208 Thirdavenue Moore is a sister of John T Moore reasurer of the Hope Worsted Mills j Company The groom is an expert accountant Both are well known in Louis society RECITAL ILocal music lovers are much interested the recital to be given by Misses HatCC e Bishop and Anita Muldoon next evening lit the Womens Club The playing and singing of manuscript corn which Miss Muldoon and Miss have received from noted local delightfulfeaturesare on sale at Baldwins PAID BIO IMPORT DUTV Edealersover 4000 import duties on wines and WJliquorsand liquors were purchased by P J Herrmann during his recent abroad Most of them will be used stocking up the new Seelbach Hotel in supplying the trestle generally 1 Herrmann Bros are aniuug the largest j importer In the i TheKesJtucky SouthII kinds ofbrat ical printingi BASEBALLSPECIALTIES Harwood YballBats immense assortment 15c to 100 Gloves 122 styles including every de sirable shape and at all prices THE SUTCLIFFE CO 225 FOURTH AVENUE Satur Phone 5645 MorbachsMilitary Orchestra Conductor Furnished For All Violin and Terms AND RESIDENCE 3ZO Breckinridge Street HS McNuTTOAITDIDATJBJ FOR STATE SENATOR3- 7TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT Subject Action of the Democratic Party 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party looes rovember isieotloxx 3006 THOMAS A SHELLEY Canctidate For TAX RECEIVERSUBJECT TO ACTION OF TilE DEMOCRATIC PARTY P S1t RAYFOR County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 lL1LINEl HERNDON CANDIDATE FOR CITY AUDITORSubJect to the Action of the Democratic Party D RUSSELL CANDIDATE F- ORSENATOR FROM THE THIRTY SENATORIAL DISTRICT COMPOSED OP TUB EIGHTH NINTH TENTH TWELFTH WARDS Subject to Action of Democratic Party I9O5 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 ALFVOLDHAmOAITDIDAT FOR COURTSubject M1 tULEYS Friday and Saturday Nights and day Matinee AMELIA E3INGHA MUCKING HAM COMMENCING SUNDAY APR 30 SaturdayCherryI Presenting UPROARIOUSLY FUNNY BURLESQUES 8COMED1ANS GorgeoullcQstumescatchy music and grand scenery illuminated with mechan I Rid electrical iffectac c j t Home and E MORBACH Music Occasions Teacher of Cornet Reasonable OFFICE West to 2 t EI6HTH r ELEVENTH I l U PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FORr Picnics Socials J Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ir ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts u C rJ L n 4 x U T1 rfiI KtNTUCKY IRISH A1tJERI0AJ w41 Vi ALBERT CHARLTON CANDIDArE FOR i STATE SENATOR38- th Senatorial District 8th 9th 10th Iltk sand 12th Wards DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TUESDAY APRIL 2S l1905 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST 7WTKIN STREETWith the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT t+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions1 orrShort Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET iTELEPHONE 810 44+ ++ + + 6 6 + 666666 NuJHzl 1 1 1nI 1 H H H I 1 x1 1311IHH d1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET l1M 1 I +1 H 11 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 I HuuHHi II iIIh++ l IrIIltIlII1 I I +1111 1 ill 1 1 1 lIt 1 l I 1 1 tE TRACY L H STRAUB BQTH PHONES 36a TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS cr5SfiIlhedon 1531 W MARKET STREET Notice3I aII1IHli1EiM flNItJa DOUGHERTYF- UNERAL DIRECTOR I AND EMBALMER IBOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street Bet 12th and 13th 4 All Calls Answered Promptly DiyorNJzht I t tit It + 0aiN I I M FINE WINES CHA- MPAGNESALKOLBI t 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS aa w 38OOTO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST From Louisville Via the HENDERSON ROUTE Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all in termediate points Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1005 Also special home seekers rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If would travel in comfort see thatIJ your ticket reads over tVe Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis d Free+ reclining chair cars on all of our St i Louie trains Direct connections in St Louis Union station with all lines to the- QWeetatiilSoutbweet 4J IRWIN General P MC K r Agent Louiuil1R Kjri o BEAUTIFUL TEETH Add to the attractiveness of a IIAND p30M33i FACE The popularity of my Dentistry is the result of liouest application of the most perfect professional knowledge I admit it IS possible to secure service equal to mhie1butat much higher prices DR KJii GOUCHMAN Dentist 1 IICN BulMlir XI FOURTH AVENUE J 0 i n ri i iu VOTES 3FOR John R Ptianz 1 i iDEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE F- ORJAILER KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EHBALMER Vasbing and dressing ladies and chit dren specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All callsr answered promptly day or night Home phone 1G77 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1180t Established 1863 JOHN B I RATTfRMAN Successor to Mrs George Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street RECENT DEATHS The heartfelt sympathy of his many friends goes out to Andrew Greenwellon account of the death of Ins wife Mar garet which occurred Wednesday morn ing The funeral took place iromtSt Williams church yesterday morning at 9 oclock The interment was in St Louis cemetery The funeral of Miss Rose tKirchner took place Monday morning from St Peters Miss Kircliner was a well known and popular young lady and her death from typhoid fever caused intense sorrow among her many friends She is survived by her mother aad two brothers with whom she lived at 17J8 Harney street Mrs Mary Casey widow of William Casey died Wednesday morning at her residence 1716 Eighth street atthe good age of seventyfive She was very Well known and respected by many friends in the Dominican parish who were pained I to bear of her death Mrs Casey is ilurI vived by two sons John and William Casey The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from St Louis BertnadsI After a lingering illness Miss Emma Kinberper daughter of Mary and sister of George Kinberger passed to her eter nal reward at an early hour Wednesday morning She was a girl greatly beloved by her friends and acquaintances who feel keenly the loss they have sus tained The funeral took place Thurs day after noon from St Anthonys church where she had worshiped since child hoodIAll that was mortal of the lamented and beloved Mary Laven daughter ofI Mrs Mary Luenandster of Misses Cecilia and Agnes Laven of 1712 West Chestnut street was taken to ParkersI burg for burial Wednesday morning after the requiem mass for her departed soul bad been chanted by the Rev Pattt rick Walsh at the Sacred Heart church The sacred edifice was well filled on tbeII sad occasion with many friends of the deceased whose sunny disposition and charm of manner made her a favorite I with all Miss Laven had borne her sufferings withjthe greatest fortitude and was at all times prepared for the finalI summons having received the last aacraII ments of the cburchCSHE TELbSHER MOTHER I I Prudent is the young girl in her teens who makes a confidant of her mother and tells her everything Harm shall t not reach her Evil will not even dare to tempt her For she has a guardian and a guide in her mother and wisdom shall direct her inexperience to safeguard her innocence The depraved them selves will take quick notice of her security Silence darkness and ignor ance are their aids in their nefarious amusements Frankness sunshine and instruction they detest And the girl who tells her mother they shall notI wrong l- It is for mothers to accustom their daughter from the eof twelve to theii day of marriage to disclose to them all that happens in her sight and hearing that seems to her right or wrong so that the maternal judgment may be passed on these words or actions and she thus learns to know bow to separate the good j from the bad In that disclosure lies the ofthem J ing corruptDo astray i fAt she tells htrrnqtber j 7- k1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Considerable damage was wrought by a fire which broke out in Murdocks saw mills Drogheda- On Sunday the new Convent of Mercy at Gort was dedicated by the Most Rev Dr McCormack At the Limerick quarter sessions Judge Adams was presented with white gloves there being no criminal business Francis T Scanlon who has been asso dated with the Kilmallock postoffice for about nine years has been transferred to BantryA has been opened for the relief of the families of the Rathcoursey inner men who were drowned in Cork harbor on the 14th ult Exciting scenes occurred at Baliin dereen Country Galway in connection with the service of processes on tenants of the St George estate by a process server assisted by a contingent of police- A very successful public meeting organ ized by the local branch of the Irish In dustrial Development Association was held in Tullamore The meeting was addressed by Alderman Cole of Dublin Arrangements have been made for the purchase by the tenants of the Beltrim estate comprising nineteen townlandi in County Tyrone and Lord Athlumneys estate in County Meath comprising 8600 acres- Frederick Kelly who recently joined the Fifth battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers at Armagh is reported to be the heir to 55jOOO left by his uncle James Mc CafFerty a surgeon who died in New South Wales Atthe last meeting of the Ballaghade teen Town Tenants Association a letter was read from John Dillon M P sympathizing with the movement and expressing the hope that the local brandll- oftheiUnlted IrishfcLeague would assist thetown tenants At iKinloughl North Leitritn a great nationalist meeting was held Many contingents with bands and banners at tended notwithstanding the weather The principal speakers wer Joseph Devlin and Patrick UcHctgh M Ps who referred to the position of the home rule cause and the local landlord difficulties JJudge Wakely in acknowledging white gloves at the Rosoommon quitter ses sions said hewas happy to congratulate them on the peaceful state of tbe county which was not attributable to the fact of the seaslonsJcomioR so soon After the assizes He believed firmly that the county was ia a peaceable state mid wa glad of that because he felt he wastone of themselvesThe ssioners bad before them the estate of Capt John J DtNeil Power situated in the counties of Water ford and Kilkenny It was contended on behalf of the head landlord that although the holdings were sold 4o the tenants for twenty years purchase he was entitled to twentyfive years ipur chase for his interest in the land The Commissioners reserved judgment County Court Judge Morpby was pre sented with white gloves at the Mayo criminal sessions His honor expressed his delight at receiving what he termed a beautiful emblem of the good order prevailing in the county since he came 4o lit The criminal business bad been very iljgbt since he came and he coagrata dated the grand jury and the petty jorers on this fact and trusted that such a satis factory condition of affairs would long continue in the county The restrictions directed by the Government I to be observed in connection with the relief works in the Swinford Union have now to a great measure been removed by the Local Government Board and destitute people with a cow etc are entitled to a full share of employment under the relief acts When the Government first decided to start the relief works in the union the Local Gov eminent Board scouted the idea of giv ing employment to persons with cattle but hearing in the meantime that tbeyI were as destitute as their neighbors who were less fortunate and being hard pressed by the guardians they yielded to this persistent demand for the conces sions now granted Since the Government prohibition ofI the Ardboe Nationalists to pass through Coagh to the meeting at Drummallan on St Patricks day and the fortifying on i that day of the Coagh Kiugsmills by armed Orangemen a serious party feeling exists in the Coagh and the Ardboe dis J tricts Bands of armed men with drums are out at all hours of the night and alarming reports of firearms were heard continually The creamery of Albany which is constructed of zinc material has been a target and riddled with rifle bullets The police are investigating the case and it is expected that prosecutions will follow soon Rumors are ia circula J tion that large qualtities of arms andc ammunition have been collected at van oas places and kept in readiness for use THORNTON THE ORATOR I t Michael C Thornton the eloquent orator of the New Albany division of I Hibernians has accepted the invitation to deliver the principal address upon the occasion of the banquet at Seelbachs J ew hotel in honor of President DrydenJJ the Prudential Life Insurance Com pany Mr Thornton is Assistant Superintendent for that company in New Albany and is one of the most pleasing soeakers in Southern Indiana t SAILS NEXT WEEKI Very Rev Lawrence Bax will soon 1 leave for Europe sailing from New York about May 1FlltherBax is ooeIof the oldest prints nthe country but parishlovers I wishing that his journey may be safe and pleasant I i I 1 9 Surprised at the great difference there is between our DIAMOND wall plaster and the common every dav kind Dont think however that DIAMOND wall plaster is fullUneKentucky Wall Plaster Car Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 KyAlsoter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 PflfR M INDRIOT 8 8SONS WAGijN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST HENRY AA1J1J PULS CLEANERe Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2635 528 Fifth Stree- FIRSTCOMMUNION t And so my darling yon will kneel today For the first time before Gods holy altar praysfootstepsfalterfalterBut always stay with thee It seems a little while since first you lay Within my arms and nestled oh so tender And brought the joy which but a first born brings Still far more joyful dear if youll surrender Your heart and soul today Forgetting even me And I will throw all worldly care aside And think of nothing tar the guest we cherish And He will see my heart and know I tried To keep you from the tare of things that perish For those that last for Hit dear sake And Hell remember Dh may He guide and bless and keep you dear And give you strength to battle with lifes sorrow And when your last communion day draws near Tour trust in Him will lead to glad tomorrow Whete love and joy and gladness will await theeIBeyond the skies- COLUMDIADS The Building Committee ef the Provi dence councils meets regularly and is going ahead with the work Tomorrow week Lexington Council will have an initiation which will be largely attended by officers and meta bers from Louisville This was the second council to be organized in Ken tucky Rhode Island Knights will hold their State convention at Providence on May 2 The sessions will be held in Arcanum Hall All arrangements are about pleted for the grand comI the fourth degree in that city on Sunday May 14- Columbus Council will confer the three degrees on a large class of candi dates on Tursdav afternoon andevenIng April 25 The first degree will be con ferred by Marion Council the second by Columbus Council and the third by District Deputy William Breen and staff of Fort Wayne Ind Pittsburg Knights contemplate placing- a memorial in the new Cathedral The gift will come from the membership in the diocese and it is estimated that it will cost about 5000 It has not yet been decided whether it will be a win dow or statuary The gift is intended as- a compliment to Right Rev Bishop Canevin who is State Chaplain of the Knights BUTTERED APPLES Pare and core eight tart IpiesI each hollow with sugar mixed with a tiny pinch of nutmeg or cinnamon or stick a whole clove in center of each As the apples cook gently in the oven baste them well with melted butter mixed with a little boiling water Keep the apples covered Make a sirup of one cupful of water and small pieces of cinna mon stock Boil five minutes and when apples lire tender but not broken lift theta carefully into a dish and pour the S sirup over them U FRflNK FEflR INCORPORATED BREWING 60 I Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE ICY PABST BEER N ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and bopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 1389 Louisville 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Young Mens Custom Quality Easter Suits 5 750 10 12 and 15 Boys Knee Pants Suits for Easter Communion and Confirmation 150 2 250 3 5 6 and 750 Hats for Easter 98c 148 198 248 and 3 Furnishings for Easter Open Saturday Night Until 1030 THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 7- 1 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII We Will Take Your Old Piano in Part Payment For New One If you have an old Square Upright or Organ and would like to have a NEW UPRIGHT in iU place why not come in and talk with us about making an ex change If convenient call us up by phone or send us a postal with your name altd- address end our representative will visit you tell you what we will allow for the old instrument and our prices and terms on new Uprights in exchange GmCkeringc 1 Decker Son Haines Bros And 12 Other Great MaKes If you expect to move we can take the old piano or organ from your old home and deliver the new one to your new home when you are quite ready to receive it Call us up NOW or write and get the 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Ccuu11date For SHERIFFJ IrRltBfilON OOVNT I UBiJECf TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY L 0 rJ- n Q- k St OOOOOO 1Certificate No Louisville y 190 I XL THE STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT II 4 HOUSE FURNISHING CLUB Membership Certificate 0 The payment of Two Dollars entitles the bearer to one years membership in the J Bacon Sons House Furnishing Club and all the benefits under following conditions I izdyou 0and Stoves on WEEKLY PAYMENTS at the same price your READY CASH WOULD BUY them goodfaithyou ofyour purchases 3rd NO INTEREST IS CHARGED on your purchases Should you become sick or dis abled an extension of payments will be granted if a certificate from the attending physician stating facts is presented at the office of J Bacon Sons 4th Own purchase not exceeding 2500 you pay 8200 weekly 5000 300 Until entire amount Js paidu ri 11 1 t 7500 400 I1 u 1 1 l 10000 500 I SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR LARGER PURCHASES MAY BE MADE WITH 8I CREDIT MAN OF J BACON SONS 05th Upon last payment you will obtain absolute possession and be released from all obigations to oJ Bacon Sons o Larger payments can be made which Is advisable If members have money to spare A Membership Ticket will be issued to tack member and same must be shown to salespeople at time of purchasingi0Signifjing a llin ness by being of becoming a member and participating in the privileges of the J Bacon Sons House Furnishing Club I hereby agree to pay 200 for membership iSigned iiWitness 18 o MembershipCertificateupon we find parties not entitled to credit on above terms oo eee0000o Io o eeeo e Paul CGBarth CANDIDATE FOR MAYORDemocratic E T Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR GITY TREASURER Democratic PrimaryApril 25 stYleioforbovsfor JOliirS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded MailI orders receiveproarpt attention If your HollyBros1 t t A HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekgeneral- News Notes Division 1 meets Tuesday night and all who can are urged to attend The members of Division 2are re joiced over the return of Will Meeban Pete Cusicks friends would like to see him land the office of Deputy Assessor I Presentation of the gold watch to Mar i tin Sheehan will be made at the next meeting of Division Division 4 should have a rousing meeting Wednesday night There will be bus iness that interests every member Division 3 of Syracuse will give its annual ball on May 1 with members of all the divisions in the city attending The divisions of Providence will unite and attend holy communion in a body Arrangements are now being made and it will be a big event The three Pawtucket divisions held a joint meeting Sunday week that was visited by Division 10 of Providence who turned out a large body The members of Division 3 tf Minne apolis wearing their regalia visited St Anthonys church in a body Sunday morning and received holy communion The two divisions of Erie made their communion Sunday at St Andrews church Rev Father Dwyer who is chaplain of Division 4 addressed the membersHibernianism is making good strides in Duluth The Ladies Auxiliary is constantly adding to its membershipand expects to soon become the largest in MinnesotaDivision 1 of St Paul held an amusing mock trial for the entertainment of mem bers and visitors last week In selecting the jury the Irish Standardrepresent ative was challenged on the ground of being a newspaper man that he could not be believed at all Dunkirk Hibernians have begun hostilities against a diabolical anti Catbolic book published in Cleveland and sold especially on trains It is dedicated to the Molly Magnires and gives some awful revelations concerning the Ancient Order Of course the author as sumes a nom de plume All cowards hide under fictitious appellations One of the largest class initiations in the history of Hibernian ism in Paw tucket took place in the Grand Army Hell Sunday afternoon when over a hundred new members equally divided between Divisions 1 7 and 8 were received into the order It 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