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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i J 1 KfTH Ky IRiS AMERICAN I VOLUME DIVNO- 17H LOUISVILLESATl3RDAY APRIL 291905 PRICE FIVE GENT IRISH MARTYRS Beatification of Bishop Pluuket t Serves to Recall Peual Days Hundreds Suffered RatherThan Give Up Their Own 41 4t Filth How Bishop O Hurley SufferedI Under Queen Elizabeth A in 1584 aMARTYRS IN THE COUNTY LIMERICK I The beatification process of the Vener able Oliver Plunket now going on iinI Rome serves toremind the Irish people of the many who suffered martyrdom in the days of the penal laws In the Irish College at Rome a book was recently dis covered belonging to Bishop Plunket In the fly leaf is written his name The date is 1669 In the English College at Rome was also found recently an auto graph signature of the martyred Arch bishop of Cashal Dermot OHurley He was appointed to the See cf Cashal in l 1681 by Pope Gregory XIII Archbishop OHurley was not many months in Ireland before he was in vio lation of the laws of hospitality betrayed by the Baron of Slane who gave him up to the agents of Dublin Castle on October 11 1583 He was brought in chains before the Lords Justices Loftus and Wallop and was several times tortured At length in May 1584 the saintly prelate was submitted to the excruciating method of punishment known as the bootsthat is placed in the stocks with his fret and legs in tin boots filled with oil and salt and a fire kindled beneath But the Archbishop bore his torture as did the early Christian mart tyrs and refused to acknowledge theII supremecy of Queen Elizabeth The hideous details of the roasting are fully set out in the State papers and must forI all time stamp with infamy the names of Loftus and Wallop Finally the Archbishop was banged in Stephens Green Dublin on June 30 1584 obtaining theC martyrs crown His remains were injerredin St Kevins churchKIn the sixteenth century Limerick the clergy were hunted like wolves with prices on their heads and many were slaughtered while offering up the holy sacrifice of the mass Many Instances might be mentioned In 1539 Brother Robert was the minister of the Trinitar ian Convent at Adare with fortytwo members The King having sent his officials to put pew decrees into execu tic n Brother Robert assembled his ISSOv cI tes and all decided to suffer death r then than abjure their faith They hid ilway the sacred vessels and ornaments of- he It altar in various places so that wben- J the agents of the Government arrived they could not find even a wooden cruel fix on which to vent their impious rage Three times summoned before the Magistrate Father Robert was immovable in rejecting the honors offered to him by the court and in declaring his devoted attachment to the Catholic faith None he said bad ever sought to propagate their religious tenets by the sword except the pagan Emperors in the early ages and Mahomet in later times As for himself and the community they were determined that no violence should move them from the principles of truth They recognized no head of the Catholic church save the Vicar of Christ and as for the i King of England they regarded him not even as a member of that holy church i When the venerable father had uttered these words says Lopez in his Noticias Hlstoricas a heretical officer drew his sword and with one blow severed the holy mans bead from his body The other agents of the court were at once let loose on the unoffending community As the public prison was full of other victims the religious were confined in private houses There many died of the in injuries and maltreatment which they received Some too were murdered secretly while others were publicly banged in the market place It was on be February 12 and 13 1539 that these happy fathers obtained their eternal crowntICornelius ONeill was Bishop of Lim ierick In 1539 He was provincial of the is Convent of Limerick dedicated to the II Holy Cross its inmates numbering forty six The Bishop had been consulted by Henryabout a divorce from his lawful wife Queen Catherine and gave his opinion firmly In favor of the wife The King was much angered and declared he would have his revenge He sent his emissaries and destroyed the Convent of Adare killing all of the religious When the Bishop beard of this he assembled the brethren together and announced that he would preach in the Cathedral on the following Sunday A large congre gation assembled He set before them the grounds of the Catholic faith and the Popes authority He declared that theCI demands of the King were heretical andJ that he his counselors and all who adhered to him were anathemlzed and he concluded by asking from God strength for himself and for all undee 1 his care to defend the Catholic faith even at the peril of these HTM The Yirgtsottic1als were afraid to otter hiti Mtiok ilt1rIel ah uwHtkc 0- tt 0 4k i evening of that day says Lopez some of them went to his bouse and being admitted they told him that he should obey the Kings order or suffer instant death Throwing himself on his knees and raising his eyes to heaven exclaimed Lord today I offered to Thee the unbloody sacrifice of the Body of my Lord Jesus Christ Now acre the sacrifices of my life to Thy great honor and glory And then fixing b e 1eyes on a picture of the Most Holy Trin- Ity he ejaculated Sancta Trinitas unu Deus mlsere nobls A moment after the executioner with one blow of the sword severed hi head from his body IHONOR FOR SCORE Appointed on Law Corn mlttc of Catholic Knights of America Supreme Delegate John J Score o f this city this week received notice off his appointment on the Law Committee of the Catholic Knights of America The committee will meet a week before national convention which assembles in St Louis on May 9 President Gaudin made a good selection as Mr Score has had long experience in the For twentytwo years he has been the faithful Secretary of Branch 4 served two terms as State Secretary and five years as Secretary of the Louisville Committee He was also a delegate to the Philadelphia national conven ion in 1891 and has attended all the- entucky State Council meetings Mr Score will leave for St Louis the first of next week The other members are Joseph Berning Cincinnati Edward Feeney Brooklyn George Repetti Washington M J E Hartman St Louis Peter Wallratb Evansville and Rev Father Howlett Pueblo Col Judge Michael T Shine of Covington will also represent Kentucky at the con Judge Shine is one of the oldest as well as ablest members of the order and his advice and counsel will prove valuable to the conventi- onMILLIONAIRE James White a Louisville Boy Has Fair Prospects- of Becoming One James White of Butte Mont who has been visiting his father Charles White 1025 West Jefferson street and his sister Mrs James McKenna of Fairfield rem turned to the West last Sunday Young White left Louisville eleven years ago and obtained employment with Marcus Daily in the Anaconda copper mines He is now an expert miner and destined- to become a millionaire After working- in the Anaconda mines for several years White took employment with Augustus Hintze and later began prospecting for himself The result was that he was elected Vice President of a mining com parry which has a fair prospect about twenty miles from Butte The company owning this prospect tent him East about three months ago He has been in Boston and New York since then He succeeded getting Eastern capitalists interested and they will furnish money enough- to develop the mines If the prospect turns out as good as White expects be will worth a million dollars in a few years The spine is to be developed at once James White isa son of Charles White retired builder and is a very bright young maze His brother Males White with himitaiBntte and is Superintend ent of construction in one of the large mines He is also doing well Mr White is the second Louisville man who has been successful in mining in the West James Hackett the well known distiller and his associates recently sold their interests in a mine in the West for several hundred thousand dollars in cash and stock PIERPONT MOROAN RECEIVED On Saturday last Jt Pietpont Morgan the multimillionaire was received in private audience by Pope Plus Mn deligbted1withlibe in private audience the Very Rev ohn A Zahrn of Notre Dame Ind Provincial of the Congregation oft the Holy CrpM in the United States who presented an offering of OOOfor the uralveBsUyi of Notre Dame The Pontiff1 attheintros admired1 some photographs of the tttij tattarparlaaoa asbentdeltla J u J J r x iil r Ii 1f I j I EASTER IN COUNTRY How Catitblics of Pewee Val Ohbe served theDay PtOur r coet IStng letter aboutthe observance of Last thesdistrict known as the Pewee Valley missions including Eminence ofsglory and sunshine Up hill and down dale the Easter bells sang forth their joyful alleluias The usual Lenten exercises were held ot both Pewee Valley and Eminence Every Friday afte thee Cross were said at the latter place and at 730 the same day at the former At both places the exercises were wel- attended by Catholics and nonCatholics preparationsfs brate Easter in a befitting manner The altars in both churches were handsomely decorated with choice cut and pot flowers but above all the numbers a holy communion showed that these good people prepared the sanctuary of their hearts in an especial manner to receive their Risen Lord It being the fourth Sunday the reverend pastor was obliged to be ac Eminence where he sang a high mass followed by benediction of the Blessed Sacrament A Passionlst father Rev H Francis kindly supplied the place of the pastor at Pewee Valley The Pewee Valley congregation greatly pastorinotherwise they would have been without mass on that great day In fact through out the missions the people of the five churches and stations have shown in a substantial way their appreciation of what is being done for them The Ladles Aid Society at Pewee Valley donated two fine altar linens hand somely worked by Miss Lon Foley also a magnificent altar cloth was given to Rev Father Boes by the Misses Mary and Lizzie Abell of Lebanon The Altar Society at Eminence donated a fine lace alb to the church at that place a beautiful cope given by Frank Buttimer and Mrs Johnson two handsome vestments a purple one by Mrs Thomas Curley and a black one by Mr Peter Rapp Rev Father Boes also received a lace alb and Ii cincture and linen for an altar cloth for the Lagrange church which is being handsomely worked by the Misses Sauer of Lagrange Who also donated a beautiful black vestment in memory of their deceasetTmblher The faroff lonely church of Gest was also the recipient of ah alb and cincture and the beautiful but lonely church of Bedford Trimble county is sadly in need of an altar cloth but it Is hoped this needful article will also soon be supplied May the Risen Lord bless all those who so generously helped to beautify the sanctuary of the Lord- S S I GOOD COMBINATION I Divisions 2 and 4 A O H Will Probably Picnic Together Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held its regular second monthly meeting in the Hopkins Theater building Wednesday evening and paved the way for good attendances in the future by assessing fines against 1is those members who did not attend one of the two April meetings R J Griffin one of the divisions new members was reported laid up having been injured in a street car accident A communication was received from the County Board stating that the order as a whole would not give a picnic or field day This news was entirely welcome to Division 4 as they bad contemplated giving an af fair of that kind on their own responsi bility After due deliberation it was de cided to invite Division 2 to cooperate with Division 4 in giving a picnic and John J Barry William J Connelly and Joseph P McGinn were appointed to visit the next meeting of Division 2 with that proposlton It will probably be accepted as there is a sort of fellow feeling between those divisions and they have always worked together well inb harness ExState Secretary Meehan who has J just returned from Paris Mo was warmly received by all of his old friends in the division and gave an interesting description of his sojourn in the Western country Edward Joyce who just returned from a trip to Ireland made a In short talk on his travels praising the beauty of the little green isle oer the sea BOYS GAVE GOOD SHOW The minstrels given Tuesday and Thursday nights by the Chesterfield Club of Trinity Council amused and plsased boyshavepeat their performance at Macauleys or Hopkins Theater The vocal selections were excellently rendered and the club swinging of John and Cora Ford was a a surprise to the audience Richard Hill Parnell Barrett J J Flynn and Christopher Iteaby made a big hit with tbelr- HauntedHbuaeand the remedy work of Uawrence Worland Prank PlUon A I Sc weenadA JJ Pilwn produced 1 I rear 11dlHtvetdaugkter I whloh tNer rtostnasac wwduetd T b o- Q P i l N 1 NOMINEES ri fIA Splendid Democratic Tick Placed lnftheField For rfoeniber it ertt Paul O Barth Nominated For MayorjftVlthbut Any Opposition Some Spirited Contests But De SuprportTicket 1ar BOW FOR YiCTORY IN HOYEMBERl The primary Election to nominate can hettpasst JUDGE JOHN MCANN Democrat Whom People Love and Honor for His Worth and Integrity off quietly and a large vote was polled On the eve of the election Laban PhelpsI withdrew from the race for Mayor lean ing a clear field to PaulC Barth JamesI B Brown withdrew from the race for Sheriff and Magistrate Pegenbush from the race for County Assessor The withdrawal of these three popular men of course had ith effect of making the primary less spfrifed than it ordinarily would have been had they remained iin the race The principal contests Were for the offices of City Auditor Clerk of Police Court County Judge County Assessor and County Superintendent Public Schools Thl closest race was between Magistrate Jonn M Adams and P S Ray for County Assessor the former receiving a majority of 913 votes Judge Charles Wilson received 14822 votes and James J Fitzgerald 4059 votes for County Judge Lyne G Herndon re ceived 9399 votes for City Auditor and Charles Neumeyer the incumbent 6198 votes Robert C Gray received 4269 votes and Alf V Oldham 12175 votes for Clerk of the Police Court Another spirited race was that between Albert Charlton and D H Russell for Senator Russell made a good fight but as Charlton bad been organizing for a year he had the advantage and won the race Russell shows the kind of man he in an interview after the election He said he thanked his friends for their support and that he would help elect Charl ton and the entire ticket James J Fitz gerald in an Interview after the primary said I am for the straight Democratic ticket I am a Democrat and will support its nominees Judge John MeCann who has held office continuously for thirty years received an overwhelming vote for Judge of the Police Court though he had no opposition Judge McCanns record is beyond that of any other Democrat in this city or State Advancing from the foundry to Constable then to Magis trate and later to the bench of the City Court he has filled these offices with sig nal ability and is Judge he has displayed- a knowledge of human nature that has caused him to be looked upon with terror evildoers but in the treatment of the tempersjpsticewho owe to him their reformation and redemption from the road that leads to ruin and worse Emmet Slattery the rising young attorney made a runaway rAce for the Legislature as we predicted him Louisville will have a represent ative that will safegard her best interests while legislating for the advancement of the entire State Democrats from Fifth street to the western limits of the city are elated over the nomination of Ed ward OConnor and Patrick Sullivan for Magistrates and Bud Moran and Joe Nel llgan far Constables Though all had strong opposition they won by handsome majorities which will be largely in creused next November The ticket iil a god one and the Democrats of Louis bile and Jeffersonville are confident of Meeting it in November The defeated candidates and their friends will all be in 1 1ne by that time and with united part victory is certain o esSUNDAY Thomas Queenan one of the boat known men onMalnatreet leaves tomorrow to become Superintendent of thelargest butWflkiI a rr I I FOR WOMANS EYE 4 Latcst Things Pound IIn LoulsI vllle Dry Good Storets ItFrSmmer The popular checked sateens are sellI pricebuyslike silk when new A few gowns of this sateen have been made up with yokes o pitbugsstripesisbest effect it should be made over a I blue lining There is no end to the demand for embroidered flouncing which will be used extensively in the trimming of whit wash gowns Lovely Swiss flouncing may be had for twentyfive cents a yard Since the triple skirts have come intoj favor the flouncings have assumed a new importance Three flounces of embroi dery make a charming skirt and is nod t beyond the ability of the home dress maker White mohair a yard wide sells for fifty cents a yard The better wider grade bring 1- Brown half shoes of suede are 5 They are quite pretty enough to compensate for the price There are women who like white hose for house wear with slippers and they can buy lovely patterns There is no prettier turnover than the sheer drawn work linen band which sell for twentyfive cents In sets in eluding collar and cuffs the price Is seventyfive cents The mercerized waistings are more beautiful than the manufacturers have ever before turned out For fifty cents a yard there is a wide range of choice The polka dotted ones are mercerized to such a high finish that they look like the wash silks A white wash silk lingerie waist is cen sidered indispensable This waist has taken on new beauty and popularity and can be bought ready to wear Those made to order are less fanciful than the shop bodices The organdies are exquisite They are sheer and patterned in charming designs One woman who fell a victim to the charm of a yellow rose pattern declares she never hud such an attractive gown The rajah silks are enjoying an Im i mense sale Rajah is only another name for pongee It is a pongee of a finer a quality than heretofore however and it merits all the praise that is being be stowed on it For a shirt waist suit it is about the nibst5esirable silk that can be found The prices are from eightynine cents to 250 SATOLLI COUNCIL Closes Its Successful Mem bership Contest and Starts Another The meeting of Satolli Council Y M L held last Monday evening brought to a close one of the most successful membership contests ever conducted in the history of that organization The win ning side under Capt Ed Pope landed nine new members while the losing team under Capt Harry Colgan actually landed seven members and had the init iation fee of the eighth who was pre vented by illness from attending on Monday night Each side had several more candidates but the contest only in cluded those actually received into the council up to and including last Monday evening As a result the losing team bewill have to pay the expenses of a public toreception to be given by the members to their friends at the council rooms on the evening of May 8 The increase in membership however to will be steadily pushed by the council one application having been received on Monday evening in addition to which a new contest has beep arranged between the following teams- ProgressivesWilliam P McDonogb George Zorn Edward I Pope George M Eady Edward I Strelcher F Luchert all Richard Mulloy- ConservativesJames Perry James M Toner James Scally Edward Clem Joseph T Kelly Ollie Crush P Meagber The contest will close on August 1 losing side to pay the expenses of are ception to the members and friends As this contest will embrace a great many of the new members it is expected a hot pace will be developed by the respective teams Arrangements also made intofounding of the council This will be done the latter part of next month The Real Estate Committee had no report to make but are still actively en gaged in their particular line LAFAYETTE COUNCIL Preparing Fop Entertainment of Kentucky Jurisdiction Convention the Lafayette Council Y M Iof Newport the has decided not to give a moonlight excursion tube season according to the Telegraph owing to the coming fthe Grand Council convention which con yeses ia that city early in August The various committees are busy preparing felt sundry entertainments for the delegate sad visitors to the convention a4Jt to goes without saying that they will be royally entertained and will return ton 0- V n + 8 their homes cherishing fond memories of the eighth Grand Council convention of the Kentucky jurisdiction Lafayette Council and other Catholic societies in Campbell and Kenton counties have organized the TriCity LeagueV Newportballseason and the first game will be played Sunday morning May 71 IV s predict that the team that beats Lafayette will win the pennant IfSUPREME TRUSTEE I Joe McGinn Has Cheering Wbnrdn For C thollCIKnights Trusteee of the Catholic Knights of America will leave tomorrow for St Louis to attend the annual meeting of the Supreme Council that will precede the nationall antc Ginn says the uninsured which constii tutes no small number will hear some practical and timely suggestions from the national convention that ought t have the effect of bringing into th Catholic Knights a large number ofI young and middleaged men now without life insurance Secular societies have diverted considerable of this class and in the membership of these societies ar many Catholics It is inconceivable ho person desiring firstclass protection can pass by the Knights They are no giving policies away to be sure but they require premiums that wlll insure the stability of the brgarilzaHonV tt insurance societies may offer lower rates but these financially will eventually be undermined unless they increase the rateIt is to be hoped Trustee McGinns wise and encouraging words will fallI upon fruitful ground and that they will not go in one ear and out of the other He has been an indefatigable worker iin the Catholic Knights since the foundation of the order and Kentucky wants him continued as Supreme Trustee TOTAL ABSTINENCE The Wonderful Success of Father Hays in Australia Father Hays who has had wonderful success in England and Ireland as a promoter of total abstinence is having a more wonderful career in Australia He had not been a month in Australia when received 16835 pledges On his way the various cities and towns he was met at the railway stations by great crowds of people including priests and Protestant ministers who welcomed him Australia and wished his work God speedAt Castlemaine he addressed in the new Town Hall the largest assembly ever seen in the district Over 1200 persons were present and hundreds were turned away from the doors The Mayor who presided supported by the clergy of denominations and all the leading townspeople said he was delighted to see such a great audience to hear so fine a man as Father Hays who was one of the greatest leaders against the greatest enemy that bad ever threatened the manhood of the world At this meeting 580 persons signed the pledge At Kyeneton another great crowd including the Catholic Anglican and Methodist clergy attended thee meet g and 500 persons signed GOOD WISHES Pope Plus X Tells Bishop of Raphoe of His Love For Ireland The Pope on April 4 received in private audience the Most Rev P ODonnell Bishop of Raphoe The Pope expressed keen interest in the general affairs of Ireland and said that he was pleased at progresa made and hoped the lot of people would be improved The Most Rev Dr ODonnell said that the Irish Bishops and the Irish National party were more closely drawn together now then in former times He added that the want of a Catholic nniversary waa keenly but that every one interested in the welfare of the people was doing his beet solve the question satisfactorily The Pontiff warmly wished Ireland every blair sari success I IJ BELOVED S pastor of Holy Trinity Church New Albany Succumbs to Heart Diseased iHud Boon 111 for Two Years But Steadfastly Attended to Duty I FellowCitizens of all Creeds Held Him In High EsteemI WILL HAVE AN IMPOSING FUNERAL HolyTrinity intheatStearly yesterday intirmlryfororganic heart disease but had been ill for two thebestInliana deeplyregretted cese of Indianapolis The people of his congregation Villmourn morethantbeirfaitbfultweutyfour inCountysixtyyearsand his StthomasthisStatestudies in GrandSeminaryordained by Bishop de St Palias at IntUi epapolls in 1874 atCambridgei 1881 he was sent to New successionMouglnwhoTennByand inFranceof his daysWhen Nqwwandpoorlyfacilitiestbuilding inplace of an old frame structure After ward andmarveHeimprovements man and workdonechurchFather Indiana uncompromising advocate of total NewAlbanysociety and it was at one time the largesti butthea large number of the members moved to the Indiana glassworksFather Kelly womanbuttook astand for any principle He was kind degreeAuloughabstinence bf did not denounce men who sold or drank liquor It was the abuse of it that he fought and labored correct jn the individual believing that a man who could not use intoxicants without danger to nodrinkIn all the civic movements for ti benefit of New Albany Father Kel wasbincreeds even the Protestant clergy bean on excellent terms with him His death aside congregationfrom the a as a AlbanyFather a sister x who is a member of the order of the Sisters of Providence of St Marys of the Woods Indiana and by two nieces Misses Bridget and Maggie Kelly who wholive ii The funeral will take place in New Albany and will be an imposing one but no arrangements had been made when tbiwas written No death in recent years has caused such widespread sorrow in Indiana WINS HIS CASE The case of the administrator of the r late Hugh Higgins against the Pruden tial Insurance Company tried Wedues Hv day in Judge Fields court and con j ducted by Attorneys Thomas Walsh and 1 Simon Sapinsky resulted in a unanimous verdict for the plaintiff William MV rj Higgins administrator After a full and careful hearing before the jury nothing was plainer than that the death was acci dental Attorneys Walsh and Sapin I bYtheJ J conduct of the case which was of much Jinterest locally HUSTLER IN TOWN Joseph B Borders a former Louisville boy was in the city during the put week looking after his interests liege He is engaged in issuing pictorial ip elements for the country newspapers setting forth the advantages 8JCIr H UsState tofrtIntereetauddlHrVMn r f 1I w T7 T r + r w NTUOKY iIiKENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN 111 IIIIINIII1 111 Aerated to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americas KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS fINSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the tonlsvtlle Postofflce s s SecondClass Meteor 4iUieiiiM COlllianlntlonstothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qrecn Street UNION TRADES LAKE cOUt1CIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 29 1905 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES The ticket nominated by tbe Democrats of Louisville and Jeffer son county on Tuesday is a strong one and entitled to the undivided support of all members of tbe party It is also deserving of sup port from all citizens regardless of party affiliation It is not an exaggeration to say that it is th strongest ticket placed in the field in this city and county in man years With the proper organization the nominees ought to be elected by from 3500 to 500 majorityIt from recent occurrences that the Republican organization in Louisville will be wel y organized this fall To begin with the Republicans have all th Federal officeholders in the city and State to draw funds from and it bas 10000 negro voters to do its bidding An effort will be made to use the City Club as a blind to catch reformers but all of this cat be overcome and will be overcome if Democrats get together and pre sent the issues fairly before thi people The people of Louisvilli a few years ago elected a Repub lican Mayor and General Council and the conduct of these official was such that it was made eviden several times since then that thi voters are not going to trust thi citys management in Republican Lds again for at least a genera It vOf course the greatest interest in the election in the city is iu the contest for Mayor and in thi OJ ity for Sheriff Paul C Earth the Democratic nominee for Mayor- is a native of Louisville and his record is known to all He is ia selfmade man a clean man and- will t make an excellent Chief Executive He is familiar will the citys needs having long served the Board of Aldermen wit IIingreat credit Henry Bell the nominee for Sheriff has served it that office before He too is a ban of unimpeachable integrity and an official that any county might be proud of The otheit nominees are equally good Let very Democrat go to work for the uccess of the ticket The present municipal adminis lion of Louisville is as goodas I other in the United States I outs are crying fraud and ting for reform in order to get If these same shouters were In office they would probably be as badyas the Republican Council Ll under Mayor Todd The only salvation of Louisville is to elect I the Democratic ticket in November It will secure stability and white supremacy CLEVELAND ON W 0 MANS j CLUBS Former President Grover Cleveland has an article in the May number of the Ladies Home Journal on Womans Mission and Womans Clubs Mr Cleveland ntertains about the same views out women that President Roose elt1 does Clevelands ideal wife i Hone who loves her husband and er country with no desire to run ither He does not object to omen associating or cooperating Ii charitable benevolent and relig Ltts work local in activities and rposefl but he does object tom galavanting around at club mil discussing politics He jardi home making and child ring and rearing as the highest Sibnci of woman This is pre y the Catholic doctrine and Cleveland expresses his views forcible language Mere isa a- r U n paragraph from the long particle iin the JournalI persuaded that without exaggeration of statement we may assume that there are woman clubs whose objects and intents are not only harmful but harmful in away that directly menaces tbe integrity of our homes and tbe benign disposition and character of our wifehood and motherhood tbt there are others harmless in intent but whose tendency is toward wast of time and perversion of effort as well as toward the formation of tbe club habit and the toleration or active patronage of less innocen organizations that there are also associations of women whose purposes of charity religious enter prise or intellectual improvemen are altogether laudable and worthy Leaving this latter class out of account and treating the subjec on the theory that only the othe organizations mentioned are under consideration I believe that iit should be boldly declared that tbe best and safest club for a woman to patronize is her home American wives and American mothers ae surely as the hand that rocks tbe cradle is the hand that rules the world have through their nurture of children and their influent over men the destinies of our nation in their keeping to a great r extent than any other single agency It is surely not soft hearted sentimentalism whirl insists that in a country where tbe people rule a decisive share in securing the perpetuity of its insti tutions falls upon the mothers who devote themselves to teaching tbeir children who are to become ruler lessons of morality and patriotism and disinterested citizenship Sucl thoughts suggest how supremely great is the stake of our country fin Romans unperverted steadfastness and enjoin the necessity of its pro tection against all risks and al1 temptationsMr denounces thi men who neglect their wives for business or pleasure but think women who forsake their home for clubs ony make their situatiot and their childrens far worse The article has created a great deaio comment already and the club women will jump all over him when they read it MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP Immediately after the election of Mayor Dunne in Chicago the Tribune of that city dispatched its Washington correspondent Ray mond to Glasgow Scotland to look into the workings of the stripe railway system in that city which is owned and operated by the municipality Glasgow is about half as large as Chicago The first cablegram from its correspondent appeared in the Tribune last Sunday Here are a couple Of paragraphs from Raymonds cor respondence Ibaverjdden Taany miles onthe Ufferent routes through the city df Glasgow and am prepared to testify that the trams here are infinitely superior in every respect to the broken down system which tit present afflicts Chicago The municipality foundnn antiquated horse service and sub stituted the overhead trolleys which are of course years behind the underground system Never theless an honest administration of the lines has given the people of Glasgow splendid service which so far as I am able to judge meets ill demands upon it During the year ended June 30 1904 under private ownership i I yA this correspondent says with thr cars drawn by horses the Glasgow tramways carried 54000000 pas sengers During the year 190 under municipal ownership and with electric traction the tram ways carried 190000000 passen gersIn Glasgow the corresponden continues the fares are extreme low for a short ride and high for along one For one cent American money one may ride 58 miles for two cents 23 miles for three cents 348 miles for four cents 464 miles for five cents 58 miles for six cents 689 miles for seven cents 815 miles for eight cents 909 miles It must not be lost sight of that Glasgow receives a large revenue from the operation of its own street cars James Dalrymple the General Manager of the Glasgow street railways is on his way to Chicago at the invitation ot Mayor Dunne to explain municipal ownership to the officials of the Windy City His visit will be watched with interest Municipal ownership is one of the coming questions in this country Even Andrew Carnegie indorses it and has written to Mayor Dunne congratulating him on the stand he has taken in thevi t matter The Russian Government is Jo spend 350000000 in building new steel iron clad vessels for its navy Charles M Schwab is in St Petersburg in conference with the Czar and will most likely furnish most of the steel Mr Schwab has been received with great friendliness and even cordiality by the Russians notwith standing the unfair way the Amer ican press has treated that Govern ment during the past year Clergy and laity throughout the country heartily rejoice with Rev Patrick Cronin the venerable and able editor of the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times upon whom Pope Pius X conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity on the day on which he celebrated the thirty first anniversary of his editorship The honor could not have been more worthily bestowed and with the Catholic press we pray he may long live to enjoy it Although Indiana is strictly enforcing its drastic liquor laws closing saloons at n oclock at night and on Sundays the Pro hibitionists met in Indianapolis a few days ago and denounced the Nicholson law as an aid to the rum curse The Prohibs want all the saloons closed and the pro prietors sent to the penitentiary It is hard to please some people and especially the Prohibitionists Father Phelans Western Watchman and Father Prims Morning Star issued splendid Easter editions Each possessed a wealth of Catho lic reading matter concerning Missouri and Louisiana and the progress of the church that should delight Catholic readers every where The many friends in Louisville end in Kentucky of Bishop John Lancaster Spalding will be pleased to learn that he is rapidly Tecover lug his health at Hot Springs Ark SURPRISED THE REGULARS The St Marys College ball team which recently won a doubleheader from Springfield by scores df seven to nothing and eight to two was defeated Monday by a team made up from the college faculty assisted byiflurland one tJftbeipitthera df the college team Tae result df the game was a surprise for though there are some oldu6tarion thefaeultythelntter are all out of prac tice and had never played together before Tberibienceof several regulars of the College helps to account for the 1st terB defeat BISHOP CHATARDSVVISFT Right Rev rtraneisSilaa ChatardD D Bishop of Indianapolis accompanied by his secretaryFatherCbartrand called at St Josephs Itjfirmary Mondayto see Father Kelly of New VUbany Although Bishop Chatard isr in1 poof health himself laving suffered a stroke of paralysis a ouple of years ago be traveled rl1O miles to see one of his faithful priests jishop Cbatard onlyremained iu I ouis Hie a few hours He also called on rather OConnell at jJetTersonville and nspectedthe new thatch now I Bearing ompletion 1 a n SOCIETY Miss lizzie Doyle of South Louisville has been visiting her parents at Elizabeth town Miss Anna McDonough of Cincinnati way here to spend Easter with her mother in Portland Miss Maude Kerlin of Skylight Ky is the guest of Mrs James A Kerlin of 1917 Fourth avenue Mrs Anna Pugh has rented Jame Foleys cottage and will spend the summer at Pewee Valley v Mrs Garland Thompson is home from Springfield after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives Miss Annie Dermody of South Louis yule spent the Easter holidays with friends at Cincinnati Mrs John Wellman has returned iron Henderson where she visited herparents Mr and Mrs Charles McCormick Mrs John Callahan and children 1314 Culbertson avenue few Albany spen Easter with friends at Elwcod Ind Mrs B Heaton the milliner of 1411 West Market street is now able to be at her place after several day illness f Miss Nellie McNamara of Lexington has been visiting in Frankfort during the past week as the guest of relatives William Coleman who was home to spend the Easter holidays with his parents has returned to Harvard College Miss Lizzie Doyle of Beecbtaont lef last Saturday and has been spending the Easter holidays with friends at Elizabeth townNow that Lent is over it is rumored that among the many marriage annonnce ments Edward F Toomeys name will figure prominently Miss Annie Dermody arrived at her home in South Louisville the first of the week after a most enjoyable visit with friends in Cincinnati Miss Bee Readon was hostess for the West End Young Ladies Euchre Clu this week and the reception and meeting proved most enjoyable to the members Miss Gertrude Coleman who has beet under treatment at St Anthonys Hos pital has so Tar recovered as to be ably to be moved to her home in Beechmont Dr Max Eble the popular dentist iIs receiving the congratulations of his friends a bouucifag little voter having arrived at his house during the past week Mrs Fred Ewing and her son Vernon of Indianapolis are visiting her mother at S02 Mechanic street Jeffersonville Mrs Ewing has many friends in the Falls Cities The Misses Elizabeth nnd Henrietta Brown who are attending St Francis Academy at Owensboro spent Easter week at home with their parents at Cen tral City Miss Norma Daum who was last week removed to herhome in the Highlands is now convalescent and able to receive her many friends who will be pleased to learn of her improved condition Mrs Mary T Barrett of 838 East Mali street announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Mary Virginia to James E Hannon The wedding will be solemnized at the Church of the Blessed Sacra ment on June 7 s August Stitzel and Miss Mary Mooney who were married Wednesday afternoon at St Charles Borromeo church are on their honeymoon trip They will return May 5 when they will be at home to their friends at 2237 West Madison street Miss Katie May Doerhoefer daughter of Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer and Herman F Waltring were quietly married Thurs day completely surprising their many friends After their bridal tour they will be at home to their friends in the WeissingerGaulbert building Thursday evening the wedding of Miss Susan Gates Moore and William H Tru man was solemnized at the Cathedral rectory The couple were attended by Misses Gabrielle Moore and Frances Truman After the ceremony there was a reception at the home of the bride One of the pretty weddings of the past week was solemnized at the Cathedral Tuesday afternoon when Miss Anna Gertrude Ballard became tile bride of Stephen JJourse Both are well known socially and have the best wishes of a legion of friends for a happy and success fuljjouruey through life Prank Bisig and Miss Florence Rhein hart were united in marriage Wednesday morning at St Anthonys church the ceremony being witnessed by a large lathering of friends and relatives After the wedding breakfast and reception the sappy couple left loran extended honeymoon trip through the East The rites of matrimony were solem uized Wednesday afternoon at St Williams church between Michael ONeal and Miss Maggie Murphy Rev Father Murphy officiating The bride is a sister of Mrs C J Ford and is quite a popular onng lady while the groom like his brotherOfficer John OWealjis one of befinest I John L Gruber the popul r Portland grocer and Miss Anna vers will be nited in marriage Wednesday afternoon at 330 oclock at St Peter church After the ceremony they wig leave for Old Point Comfort and W ishington where they Will spend their h beynioon TissEvereis a charming young woman aDd resides with her mother AtTwenty rstand Maple siwofej The groom btM 0 n- ti f been prominent In local politics am served several years as President of the Bandana Club One of the most interesting of the early May weddings announced will be solemnized Tuesday morning at the Dominican church with nuptial mass at 8 oclock when William J Brennan Win lead to the altar Miss Josephine Brown one of the prettiest girls in Limerick Rev Father Clark will officiate at the ceremony and the happy couple will be attended by Ned Brown and Miss Ann Brennan Both young people are popu lar and have the best wishes of hosts of friends for a long life of connubial bliss Many people were this week delightei to receive invitations to the marriape of Miss Josephine Gnau and Frederick Herp which will be solemnized with nuptial mass at St Marys church at 9 oclock on Wednesday morning May 10 The brideelect is the pretty and accom plashed daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Gnau For several years she has helda confidential position with the Gatho Dry Goods Company and among her wide circle of friends she is a grea favorite Fred Hero is one of the bes known young men in the city an active member of Mackin Council and other Catholic societies and a trusted employ of the Dearing Printing Company With their many friends we tender our heart congratulations The bridal couple wil spend their honeymoon at French Lick Springs and after returning will be at home to their friends at 809 Twentythin street LOVE AND POWER Photographer Tells How the Popes Face Appears Before the Camera A London photographer had been in vited to Rome in order to photograph the Pope One of the great rooms in the Vatican was given to him as a studio and at 830 in the morning the Pope came to him for his sitting While he was standing in position his Holiness smiled and the photographer repeating that old formula which we have all so often heard Oh if you could keep that pleasant ex pression for a moment made the Pope roar with laughter Too bad too bad he said dont I always look pleasaant The photographer gave a very interest ing account of that interview He asked the Pope to put himself in the attitude of pronouncing blessing and said thi artist in photographs a marvelou change came over him the man vanished the Popethe great father of the peoplr appeared his face wore a look of wonderful love and power I could neyei have believed that any human being could become so instantly transformed HAPPV EVENT John Lepping the well known German grocer was given a happy surprise Thursday evening at his home on Eight street His friends knew that on Thurs day April 27 fifty years ago our rotund and genial friend first saw the light of dayand thererore honored him with the most enjoyable banquet of the season Henry Gottbrath was toast master and responses were made bl American Irish and German admirers who wished him and his friends wan more years of health and happiness MACKINS MEETING Mackin Councils meeting this week was presided over by Will Shaughnessy who obligated another new member Six candidates were balloted for end three applications received After at interesting discussion Messrs Charles Raidy Clarence Zook John Lynn George Lautz and Frank Burke were appointed to prepare literature for distribution among young men with the view of increasing the membership The Social Club announced that arrange ments were being made for another dance on the evening of May 8 to which members ondtbelr friends are invited LADIES ARE HUSTLING The members of the Green and Gold teams of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Indent Order of Hibernians are hustling for candidates in all sections of the city and already the contest is quite interesting Next Wednesday night the auxiliary will meet in the Hopkins Theater milding and as the Lenten season is over the officers look for a large attendance Several matters of unusual Interest will be acted upon find it is hinted that invitations will be received to a ouple of weddings KELLNER GOING TO GERMANY Col Fred Kellner President of the Frank Febr Brewing Company and the entral Consumers Company will go to Germany about May 15 to visit relatives and friends Mr Kellner has been in America forty years most of the time in Louisville and has never been back to- his native land Fritz Keltner is one of the most popular men in Louisville and all of his friends will wish him a pileasant trip and safe return home WELL PLANNED HOAX The announcement in last weeks issue of the marriage at Chicago of William Norton which was of interest to many eople in this city was nothing but a hoax Telegrams and letters brought the news which was printed as true Subsequent investigation proves there was no foundation for the announcement which was originated with Nortons hicago associates and was Intended as a- joke INDIANA PRIEST HONORED An agreeable surprise to the Rev Father Tihen of Wichita Kas was the- recelptof papers from the Vatican at Rome announcing his appointment as pal Chamberlain to Pope Pius X The ice is an honorary one and carries with I It tbe tile vf Moaslgner father TilleR F l r i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cuiick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1835 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretaryjohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1841 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD J Coleman Sentinel Patrick Begley SergeantatArmsJohn Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney President Robert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Pond Y IWC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerber First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording SecretaryPrank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan TreasurerJoseph Steltenpobl MarshalJohn Kenney Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 7118 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice PresidentJoseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial Stcreta Robert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer TreasurerWill N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer Inside Sentinel Aug Outside SentinelJohn C Pries SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave PresidentJohn J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava naghFinancial SecretaryWill P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Jos Leniban Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside SentinelSaml J Boldrick MISSING FRIENDS MGREDYGREENI- nformation wanted of Mary Ann Mc Gredy who was seen in Louisville Ky ten years ago Also of Sarah Green nee McGredy her son John and daughter Mary Ann who were last seen in Louis ville Ky twenty years ago Address D McGredy 1012 W Oak st Louisville Ky Exchanges copy i was born in Franklin county Ind and was ordained a priest at St Johns Catho lic church in St Louis Soon afterward he went to Wichita to assist Bishop Hen nessy through whose efforts his Papal appointment has come Father Tihen iis well known in Southern Indiana JOHN CODY HONORED John Cody a well known young Irish American who is chief clerk in the Hen lesson freight office in this city whose come is in New Albany has been ap ointed President of the New Albany Board of Health by Mayor Gross Mr Cody is Chairman of the Democratic City ommittee His friends now call him Dr Cody The place pays 500 a year HIGHEST AVERAGE In the examination exercises held by the Louisville Law School Mr Austin E Walsh received the highest average of hose competing being credited with i89 the highest grade of the senior class Jr Walsh ig a younger brother of Attorney Thomas Walsh and if his average can be accepted as a criterion he cer sinly has a bright future before him FATtiER HILLEBRAND LEAVES Tuesday night the congregation of St rarys of the Knobs gave a box social in honor of Rev Father Hillebrand who took the opportunity to say farewell to- his parishioners before his departure for Rome and the Holy Land Father Hil brand left Wednesday for New York and will be absent about six months t OWENSBORO Sarto Council Y M I of Owensboro will confer the three degrees of the Insti tute rank on a large class on Sunday 1Iay 7 Sarto will be tbelfirst council in I the Kentucky jurisdiction to attempt the exemplification of the degree work under the new ritual The Kentucky c Irish American acknowledges the receipt off a cordial invitation to be present i1 l1 NTACTTULBYS Tuesday EveningOne Performance Jos Webers Higgled Plggledy Co NEXTHENRIETTA CROSSMAN BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING STODA7 APB 30 Matins Sanity Monday Wednesday Batnrdal1FRANK B CA- RRSThoroughbreds d Three Big Shows In One Farce Comedy Vaudeville Burlesque Coyne Ardell Lawrence and Edwards presenting The Mysterious Venus PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phccnix Hill Park before closing contracts H t t WhenYou Want theMost forYour Money In style and value and generalsatisfaction in CLOTHING SHOES HATS and FURNISH INGS buy LEVYSSPECIALS SPECIALSLII H C THOMPSON FIORIST1ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNSIt 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JsfUrson 51 Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed ISpring styles in hats boys for first communion andconfirmation KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN B j RATTERMANr Successor to Mrs Oeorje Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All cans promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST HOLLfS PILE CURE n Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail lollyBros MAY DEVOTIONS ti In several of the churches May devotions will begin tomorrow The children of the Sacred Heart church twill have their annual procession and crowning of the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary an event of interest to all3 the people of the parish Y c- r c aru it I to tK NTUOXY IRISH A1tIERIOA I HOME PHONE 88 13 UMB ER L AMD 123 J J BARRETT I FUNERAL DI RECrRiji AND EMBALMERtt f S38 EKST ZWEraifN STREET With the assistance of my sons 1 will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name atrBSff East Maitr Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT + + 11+Fi i + tH than W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 i a trt1n110111 1iI I14TIt t 1 Hl 1 1 11 1 1+11 1 1 1 IHHHH1HH n THOMAS KEENAN funeral Director and Embalmer All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions Both Pitpnes 365 1225 W MARKET STREET H 1lIiI il it it l 111 Tl n 1 H 11 H t 11 111 HHl r1 H1 n 11 N J E TRACY L H STRATJB BOTH PHONJS 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Car 6hortt4otIcNo- ttceD I ed on 1531 W MARKET STREET l flNIILDOU6flFRTYJ iJ jj FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1 AND EM84ALMEDOTM a tONE6 5998 CARRIAGES FtHWtIE POfi Alt fOCCftStSSffi 1231 West Maitket Street Bet 12th sad lath J AN Cmttf Answered iPramptiy Day rNtt + f t BEAUTIFUL TEETHA- dd to the attractiveuess of a HAND S 01lE FAC The popularity of my Dentistryistbej result of honest application of the most perfect professional knowledge r amt it is possible to secure service equal to mine but at much higher prices t UK DR H J COUGHMAN Ofintist Bacon Bundler HI FOURTH AVENUE nGwi KFJFS9 Has been made as to the quality of the Diamond Wall Plaster and it has never enuringjoblet us furnish you with quotations Kentucky Wall Plaster Cot Incorporated TELEPHONE 2207 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Pins ter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 38OOTO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST From Louisville Via the HENDERSON ROUTE Corresponding low rates to Washing too Oregon Utah Montana and all in termediate points Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 Also special borne seekers rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket reads over te Henderson o Route between Louisville and St Louis Freereclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trails Direct connections in St LouiaUslbn tion with attunes to the WMtatidSoBUiweat LvJIwmr Ft MfR1etestK11totllsyiilei KY- n PETER M ISSOB i WIKIONN MAUEACTURER Carriage Reprirleg and Rubber Tires Zt5 and Z7 WEST GREEN ST HENRY AI1 lJII i PULS DYER AND GLEANER Ladies ani Gwis Wearing Apparel WORK CUAI NTEED phone 363552B lEifth Street W H PIPES 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate Loans i Quick Money on Real Estate Any Amounts Bring Your Deed Houses and Lots Boughts and Sold Loans Negotiated Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANNm LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HEEEMAM BEOS naroRTxits FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OFNELSOK BOTTLED IN BOND rhtt1 J9tt M SbfeJttnctr i tU HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Memphis 1 Hibernians are unanimou bureauIhearth and the lecture bureau The tbttsof Division of Syracus attended the Holy Week services andI received holy communion in a body att St Vincent de Pauls church on Easter Sunday aAt tbettosfimportahtlquarterly meet ing held in1 many years otf Sunday afternoon Division 12 ofProvidence voteI unanimously for the proposed home foraged members Fall River Hibernians will march in ft body tomorrow mbrning to the pro Cathedral and aftw receiving holy com munion1 will parade the principal streets and be reviewed During the recentqutfrtetly eonventioi of the Ladies Auxiliary held in Fatbes MatthcwX pera House Serntonit waj decided to ala the mews organization fa raising a riptiOli for St Patrick1I Orphanage DivisionoCiarvtddhteletfied WITH candidates to metfbersftrip tt the hast meeting Tomorrow a terge class wilII be irritated when the degree team tTamI North Attleboro win taeocplify the secret work j Pennsylvania TOW btsMfl divisitms dlr the Ladies Auxiliary with amenlbarshiji of i6200 In the year 904 lasunrspprou imating 38008 was paid out for flidk benefits but despite this there is sr111 34OQtt ia the treasury A new division has been organizefiin Holy Cross Hall at Karrisoa N JJ Thirtythree menoineaachartermem- bete IReV IFathor OVQonnor pastor ol Holy Cross cbnrck anC State tPreride iii Bunts were among the principal qpedk ers toffies Auxiliary Cl of Worcester Mass will hdidaearnation social in Hibernian Hall on 6tsy118 rReeentl they otgnnized sewing class audat tbe close of the Ilax regular imeeting dboa forty intembers Tcmainefl to do needle work Randolph Mass has a total popnV than clabout jOOlreqpleooue half tbkI number being Irish OlhoKcs 4L diwjfl ion of tthe iO H is organized witfce membership of c300and a Codies1 ilidory wdthOverS50 Tnenlbess iThedwiifl Eton treasury has jOOOjj Arrangements have theca begun fl Trenton ttllbertriano for the annuaiSel- day exercises to foe beldijfly3 iDiois ion d of that CIty rtbeJpioneer dlvl- si01loflMcreethtrd cnnlversary with an entertainment i the second week En May oniiuitiationferring of degree on imaaryberetc ar admitted ilastSutiay Thedegree teeml of Division 4 of St IPoul exemplified tSie work Which was ifollowed by a smoke i sodaalden ertatomentII theiternOOLITheI is considered the bectnnoMewEngland Last Sunday Division M of Philadel phia assembled in the school of The Church of Our Lady of Mercy and from thence onarebed with Lull regalia to church and received holy communion The popular and patriotic jpastor4 Rev Gerald Coghlaa as is his custom An nually gave the Hiberiaas the front seats in the snafu aisle of the srgguiIcent cfcurch There are sow five divieioas of the Ladies Auxiliary in Hudson county N J1 and two more are under way and will soon be ready for institution one in Harrison and one luJersey City Recently the three Jersey City auxiliaries visited Bayonne and initiated a large number of ladies of St Augustines parish After the ceremonies the Rev Father McLaughlin StateChaplain explained the principles of the order and welcomed the new auxilary When the officers bad been installed the President invited the visiting ladies into the large parish dining hall and refreshments were served Thus from the Manchester Emerald is all right On St Patricks day at Louisville Ky 500 members were initiated as members of the local divis lane of that city This is the way to celebrate the feast of our patron saint No other city in Ithe country can show such a record Sear in mind it was not new divisions organizedbut this great membership was added to several divis ions already existing there The Ken tucky Irish American deserves much praise for its active work in the orders interest and we are pleasedito note that the Kentucky Hibernian appreciate the work of their Qfficialjoumal THE BEST YET During recent years many entertainments have been given by local italent in this city but none that approached the one given Wednesday night by Portland talent at Lewis Hall The programme was much above t ordinary and not withstanding length each number was warmly encored Miss Martha Casey whose pure and sweet soprano voice thrilled the audience was repeatedly called before the curtain as was also Frank Cotner The Mooney twins Alberta and Alverta favorites every where had the audience with them from first to last LittlefEstelle Posses Grace OConnor and the boys and girls were also generously applauded The numbers that best pleased the older music lovers were rendered by Mrs Swain Misses Portman vilUer Swajn Von Beast and Stephauy Altogether tfeemusieaie was myoiItepHtl u t iryi- J1 It k1 R FOR COLORED PEOPLE Pope Sends Sliver CrucifIx to New York For Benefit of Fair A handsome gold and silver crucifix a gift of his Holiness Pope Pius X has been received by the Rev John E Burke rector of St Benedicts church for colored Catholics on West Fiftythird street New York The beautiful Rift was sent by the Pope for the benefit o the great fair which is to be held in the church ball The crucifix is twenty inches in height and was selected by b Holiness from the Vatican treasures Itt i of a very beautiful design with rich carvings It was brought to New York by the Right Rev Monsignor Kennedy rector of the American College who iii now in this country The fair for the benefit of the Church of St Benedict the Moor began on Easter Tuesday and wit1I continue through next week RECENT DEATHSI The funeral ol Miss RUa Coleman too r place from St Cecilias church Mon da- s inOJJ bga19ooclock with a reqirie moss far the repose Of her soul Th deceased was a prominent member of the Bindery Girls Union and her family brveflre sincere sympathy of the many 0001II of John Qpcllmatt passed peacefully her tSternal reward Monday tight at the faraKy residence aOO West tfeSTersoaI street The deceased had lived mary years in Iouisnlle and her heath isi mournefl fey a wifle Circle tfi friends en aonuaintrnces JBesifles her bUband she leaves one sbc James Spcllmari andi three daughters Funeral services withd sdlemni equiean mass were helC Nedra ay morning tifSt 5JatridktSCburck t0FNCILtOwiag to the many Ewer I5onfl a9 receptions zntl efftertatametfts there wasI only afair ttttendIJnce at the meeting of Trinity Council rank ILenz Pre3 Matthews and Joseph Strurki wOe reported well The wsnall Tout buti neaswQS transacted ond mnouecement was ma0ethat interesting rcporia wo l beajJbmitted Monday night BEPARTS FOR EUROPE VerylRev Tether Haac the tenerA1e ftStmrGf St Johns lefVyesterdayfor tF3uaopetovioitthe scenes oThls bo boo auttbe wrin dp llp14ceso1 Ca Ih ic dayspreee8ingJiiyj8-I etrdteem of C niers at the rectory to wish him a plea tijourney and safe return CREETCNQHOLY fATHB Tajpe Pius 31 lost Sunday received many Easter reettega TSie Hdiy tFather celebrcted mess in The Consistory hall in home he gave 1boly communion rtrfterword the Pope amiriistred the sacrament ofcon firtnntiontotwo sons of Tenor Ivnncicb tthe Portuguese Consul General at Rome CARDINAL FOR BRAZIL j11is veported the Vatican has itifoemed Government of Brazil that at the next concistory BrariHan Cardinal will be eppohrted but adding that the ap poiutee hall not represent Brnil exelu dvely the Holy See reserving the right to deeignate the prelate It is understood that the new Cardinal will be Monsignor Brara Bishop of Petropolid ACQUITTED j Peter Madden for years a member of the Jeffereonville police force who was assaulted last winter by a motorman and had to shoot in telfdefense was honorably acquitted by a jury of Jefferson villes best citizens when his case was tried this week Madden was seriously hurt by the motorman and was laidup for some time The verdict was a popu lar one HOME TO STAY Will J Norton the well known travel ing man and for years the Southern rep resentative of Englebard Si Sons Company baa returned to the city to become assistant manager of the Norton Coffee CQmpany just incorporated by John J Norton Dr Godfrey Hunter and other capitalists Tbe new company will im port and roast coffees and teas on a lArgeI scale and will be located at 347 West Main streetIRESTING EASY William Evans driver otithe No3 hook and ladder who was run over by attempting to board the heavy truck Thursday afternoon is now resting easyII at his residence 732 Oldbam street and his friends do not apprehend any serious results from the accident RETURNS HOME Edward Cnrran who for over a yearII has been at Las Vegas New Mexico for his health returned last week unimproved and is now confined to his home at 1553 Lytle street Mr Curran is one of the best known young mesa about town and his friends earnestly hope for J his entire recovery I MACAULEYS J Joe Weber and his allstar stock com pany will be seen at Macauleys Theater next Tuesday evening for a single per formance in HU gledyPiggledyand MThe College Widower This production I with its tuneful music bright lines spectacular beauty star cast and pretty chorus comes direct from New York and promises to be a theatrical event of un usual interest BUCKINOHAMI Curs Thoroughbreds will be the nest attraction attthe Buckingham Thea ter Among the scenes depicted in this entertainment is Paris with lallofJIIt- faletfaoloreottuJftH IOlIgand dance I The show iiselso1 said to be welt equipped wUi troiif vaudeville Rapti ant j r utt 1 u rt IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A well known and most respected in habitant of Newtownards Patrick Mc Cullagh Ann street died somewhat sud denly Judge Adams opened the County beingtpresented with a pair of white gloves At a meeting in the Waterford Towns Hall addresses were delivered by the Most Rev Dr Sheehan and T P Gill in furtherance of the erecting of a technical school in the city Addressing a deputation of teachers on Saturday his Lordship the Bishop of Kerry said the application of the new 1rule of the national board especially In country districts would be simply disastrous On Sunday a great Nationalist demon stration was held at Ballycolla andwas DcLaneyspeakers The chair was occupied by the Rev P Walsh At a public meeting at Michaelstom to protest Against the new rule of the Commissioners of National Education a letter was red from the Bishop of Cloyne expressing bis cordial cooperation in the agitation against the rule leftroQnecastown for the United States during the three mouths ending March 31 Is 391 second cabin and 5680 steerage milking a total of 6074 as against a total ofd 2245 for the same period last year Three more evictions took piece on the TiiompsothQrpen estate at Balyduff County Waterfowl In one case some aeslarge force of police present and the evictions caused much excitement and indignation During the small hours of Sunday anortraga rid of hey containing about eight tons the property of Callaghan Ambrose of Coolroe near iFermoy weal completely destroyed by fire The fire is believed to have been the result of some accident havedpassed a iresolutiox declaring that thei continuance Sir Anthony MacDonnell atJ ublin Cefitle4s a iltondi ng meuace toil Unionist interests ad thatithey will not support the Govercaiont in ithe divsiou lobby von Ilrkh questions AtJbe ansuial meeting of the members onilunRev Michael Quinn of Armagh the statement of accounts of the past year f which was adopted showed the society to bean asacnd financial position At the halfyearly meeting of the County Waterford National Teachers Association a letter was read from the Bishop of Waterford condemning the new rule of thsjNatiaaaliBoard nndatat tag that the only course open to the board was ito withdraw the regulation absolutely The soutb I iperary county Council decided to adhere to the system ofCounty Council oautrol of the highways Areso lotion was passedcallingtarthe improvement of the waterways and regrettingthe statement of the Chief Secretary that he dons not intend to introduce legislation ifor ithia purpose Considerable indignation cs expressed dn aathfriland the Local Government Board declining to sanction the lighting scheme formulated by the Rucal District Council for that town BathfriLand forms part of five townlands and the Local Government Board points out that the Area of charge should be the complete townlands John E Redmond M P in a letter addressed to William Aherne Secretary of the Cork Evicted Tenants Association states that he is in hope that the Irish party may be able to compel the Estate Commissioners and the Government in the near future to use more vigorously the enormous powers contained in the land act of 1903 Great surprise is manifested in Lough rea by the presence of a large force of extra police numbering some thirty men with a head constable under the com mand of a district inspector which have been drafted into the town for the past few days Tbe town is quite orderly and peaceable and nothing in the nature or that could be construed into the nature of outrage ot any kind has occurred for a very long time An extraordinary scene was witnessed in Ireland the past week when the town tenants made an effective protest against the eviction of Mrs Murphy and her children Mrs Murphy was for over eighteen years in occupation of her house and at the date of her eviction did not owe a penny rent As the eviction was fixed for Thursday members of the Town Tenants Association determined toII make a public protest and to march in procession to Mrs Murphys house and publicly remove her furniture to her new home in Belfield A procession headed by three cars laden with the furniture of the evicted tenant marched through the principal streets of the town and from all sides expressions of sympathy were heardwith the widow and her htldren In all there have now been about twenty evictions in the Spring Valley district and a black flag was flying from the chimney of the house of the evicted ten sot The bailiffs who removed it were compelled to use a sledge hammer to effect an entrance to the house TAKEN HOME Theodore Martin the thirteenyearold son of Albert P Martin State Secretary of the Catholic Knights of America who underwent a critical operatiorrat one of the hospitals was this week able to be removed to his home to the great relief of lily parents Young Martin will this year graduate from St Johns school and priesthood t U u FRflNK FEHR BfWING 60 Brewers and ttlerslLOOIBVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS REaOBrewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until proPerly aged rEX4EPUONE 11389 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK n Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE ING C01tDANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 X4ouxeVXX4X4E KZ Ia Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Gold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent favortGruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENSCELE 1 Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTC RTOWN BREWERYD CREAM COMMON BEER r 14001404 Story 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SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR LARGER PURCHASES MAY BE MADE WITH CREDIT MAN OF J BACON SONS 5th Upon last payment you will obtain absolute possession and be releasedl from all obligations to J Bacon Sons Larger payments can be wade which Is advisable If members have money to spare A Membership Ticket will be issued to each member and some must be shown to isalespeople at time of purchasing becomingIa member and participating in the privileges of the J Bacon Sons House Furnishing Club I ihereby agree to pay zoo for membership I iSignedi I Address I Witness MembershipCertificatewe find parties not entitled to credit on above terms 00 0 oe e eeeeee ANOTHER PIONEER Armour McFarland Saw Lou isville Grow to Great- Metropolis In the death of Armour McFarland Sr which occurred at his home 2020 West Market street on Thursday morning the IrishAmerican community of Louisville lost one of its best citizens He had resided in Louisville more than half a century and saw the city grow from a small town to a great metropolis During his life in Louisville he pursued the calling of a granite cutter and was recognized as one of the best in the business He had been ill since last October although his ailment was not considered serious until a short time before his death The deceased was born in the north of Ireland sixtyfour years ago but came tot America when but a small boy When quite a young man he married Miss Annie Harrigan who with three children survive him Patrick Harrigan an employe of the Pennsylvania Railway Company was his brotherinlaw The children who survive are Miss Annie Armour Jr and Edward McFarland The funeral took place from the family residence at 10 oclock this morning The burial was in Cave Hill cemetery Mr McFarland was quiet in his demeanor but was devoted to his wife and family A large circle of friends sympathize with the griefstricken family in their bereavement JOINED THE MONKS Father Vaughan Brother of Late Cardinal Gives Up Honors Monsignor Canon John Vaughan a brother of the late Cardinal Vaughan who has been in Rome for several months has resigned his office as domes memberahlpinPr the purpose of joining the strictest of all1 Catholic religious orders the Carthus ians Each monk of this community observes perpetual silence except for one hour per week abstains always from flesh meat and except while saying mass remains secluded in his cell Monsignor Vaughan joins the Carthusians in Car tosa of Lucca where the general of the order lives ITALIAN QUEEN COMING Queen Margherita of Italy has sur prised her surroundings by announcing her intention of making a trip around the world ia her automobile She is an expert chauffeur and spends many hours preparllforprincipacities1 at Madrid As soon as the war between startEasti India and Japan countries in which she has always been interested Prow Jupan she win go to San Francisco sari hiving crossed th Auwrican costineat aka wilt J rttura to Rome via New York aad GMKM I t7 It iI KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Inters Members Here and Else where Tomorrow a new council will be ins j tuted at Union City Ind Dayton Council wants to organize base ball team for the coming season Judge Dunne Mayor of Chicago is an enthusiastic member of Phil Sheridan Council of that city Pawtucket Knights will give a soda circus and have selected June 1 2 and 3 for the performance J W OHara recently appointed United States Consul at Montevideo Uraguay is Grand Knight of the council at Peru Ind- Tomorrow a new council will be instituted I at Union City Ohio Preparations have been made for making this occasi a banner day in Catholic circles The new quarters for Cincinnati Council in the Mercantile Library builds are now ready for occupancy The olfic and rooms present quite an attractive ap pearanceBishop Tierney of Hartford was the guest of honor at the twentieth anniversary t celebration of Council 14 at William antic His Lordships toast w The Church Eleven candidates received the hono of the first degree last week in Knights of Columbus Hall at St Paul Dr Buck Icy D W Lawler and Rev J M Readon exemplified the degree completedforsachusetts State Council to be held at the Hotel Brunswick in Boston on Monday evening the night previous to the State convention Bishop Carrell Council will visit the Church of the Immaculate Conception at Newport on May 14 when the body will approach holy communion The council will give an entertainment in the Library Auditorium next Tuesday night Seventyfive candidates were initiated into Pere Marquette Council at MilI wastes last Sunday The first and second degrees were conducted by the officers of the local council and the third degree was under charge of District Dep uty Daniel Donohue of Chicago A large delegation of Louisville Knights will witness the conferring of the three degrees by Lexington Council tomorro i The first will be exemplified by Lexing ton Council the second by Bishop rell Council under the direction of John Heaver William P Byrne and Edward Robinson and the third by Grand Knig James J Fitzgerald and staff of this tit LOST MIND FROM GRIEF Through grief for her brother wh died last week Mist Mary Kimmick thirty years old tiring with her moth erof pn Meigi avenue itr Jeffersonville lot her reason while attending mass Sunda morning After being taken from t1 church the unfortunate young woman was removed to the Mercy Hospital1 Where it Iis believed her ailment iit only1 j t porarrslte is well known and j 181Iietkry a- l z r MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP Movst ing Toward Securing Pub He Utilities liMunicipal ownership of public utilities is being urged in the large cities iin Chicagoafrom Ottawa sayer The fight for the municipalization electric interests has entered a ne fw phase by the second reading of a bylaw ezpropriatiotys n plant This is a move to block the intended gobbling up by the origins electric company of Ottawa of the Consumers concern The City Council also recently adopted a resolution to apply t the provincial legislature for power to raise a sum of 500000 in addition to 250000 already authorized to develop onanew water power for electric supply for municipal purposes The original Ottawa electric interest has carried a bill through ngthe House of Commons allowing it to acquire the competing electric plants iin esthee capital ANCIENT CUSTOM Publishing of the Banns asBack From the Fourth rsLateran Council The custom of publishing the banns ofE marriage dates back to the primitive church for Tertullian who died A D 240 says that warning of intended mar risges was given among the early Christians It appears that the publication of longhesubject since Gregory IV 11081216 speaks of the banns being given out in practlcethe ninth century and in 1176 was en forced in the diocese of Paris The earliest enactment on the subject iin England was an order made in the synod of Westminster in 1200 to the effect that no marriage should be celebrated till the banns had been published in the church daysThisout the church by the fourth Iateran Council held in Rome in 1215 FAIRw i Statefihaving made a much better bid than agreedtowithhtgrounds water and light free Louis yvilla offered 110000 PRETTY SWISS CUSTOM oThe Swiss mountaineer has a custom Icalling through speaking trumpets at dusk each evening Praise the Lord oneeGodI Title i from neighboring peaks the sound being much prolonged as it reverberates from ahortiBtherdsman wits il1thee manner Good aljrhtl this being repeated by his fellows Tfbea all retire to tbeirhatt g u I c I WE HAVE AIMED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS- h THE CARPET STORE of Louisville and have worked hard to satisfy our ambition We want r your judgment Tell us what think of youCompareyourdecision HUBBUCHBROS 524 526 and 528 W Market Stree Wf IMcKENNA j I I McKENNAWHISKY 1 I WHISKYI I ft H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 1 = = = 9 A lOUICKMEAL 5TEELRANGES BAKE WELL won wcupLAST WELL QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best In The World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair I QEHER SON 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