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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r o Y I f r I AMERICAN I VOLUME XIVoNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 6 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS SOLEMNITY mfurked the Obsequies of theI v Rev J B Kelly Rector of Holy Trinity One Bishop nnd SeventyTwo Priests Assist at the Requiem Mass y The Largest Funeral Ever Witnessed in the History of New Albany+ MOURNING FOR A SAINTLY MAN With one Bishop and seventytwo priests in attendance great solemnity marked the obsequies of the Rev John- B Kelly late rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany last Tuesday The sacred edifice in which the beloved pastor had labored for twentyfour years was filled to overflowing long before the hour fixed for the services to begin The streets and sidewalks surrounding theI church were thronged with people unable to gain admission After the services theI remains of the beloved pastor were fol lowed to Holy Trinity cemetery on theI Green Valley road over two miles fromI the church by over 1000 persons on footJJ and by 127 carriages and conveyance The funeral procession was the largest tt ever seen in New Albany not excepting that of Michael C Kerr Speaker of thett National House of Representatives who died in 1877 and whose funeral was the largest ever held in New Albany up to the present timeII The solemn services were begun at 430 oclock by the recitation of the office i for the dead by the clergy in attendance Promptly at 10 oclock the solemn reoII tquietn mass was begun and tne services I were not ended until nearly noon In the sanctuary were the Right Rev D ODonaghue Bishop of Indianapolis and nearly fifty priests of the diocese About twenty of the Louisville clergymen were in attendance including Franciscans Do minicans and Passionist priests and the Very Rev Father Cronin Vicar General representing Bishop McCloskey who on account of illness was unable to attend i The celebrantfiLU solemn requiem mass was the Rev John W Doyle of St Simons church Washington Ind who 1 was a lifelong friend of Father Kelly Rev FB Dowd was deacon of the mass 1 Rev John F Byrne of Indianapolis sub i deacon Rev Joseph Chartrand of the Cathedral Indianapolis master of cere monies and Rev Frank Ryves of 1 liberty assistant On the right of the Bishops throne sat Dean Faller of St Marys New Albany and on the left Dean Eugene McBarron of Evansville- At i the conclusion of the mass Bishop ODonaghue advanced to the altar rail ing and delivered beautiful and feeling discourse paying a high tribute to the 1 dead priest They had attended the same seminary in Montreal together and had l been plose friends for nearly forty years 1 The Bishop referred to the great work which Father Kelly had accomplished during his career as priest to his work in the cause of total abstinence and in the a cause of education and good citizenship His life was an inspiration and a benediction to all men This was why thet community loved him The Bishop 1 exhorted the priests present to take courage from his example and to make their lives so pure temperate and upright that all men may Took to them for good example and good counsel The Bishop expressed sympathy for the Congregation in its great loss for Father Kelly had done much for the whole body and for many individual members of the church in New Albany The trustees of Holy Trinity acted as pallbearers The church was draped in sancruaryrAtant clergymen and hundreds of non Catholics The city officials were also in i attendance for Father Kelly was re 1 garded as one ever ready to aid in the upbuilding of the city It was particu larly noticeable that all the people in New Albany who take an active part Intemperance work attended the funeral t In the matter of temperance the dead priest accomplished more than any man who ever lived in the city Frequently non Catbolic young men came to him to take the pledge and be used to say that 1 he was proud that these young men generally kept it at least for a yearIFather Kelly was a firm believer in Catholic societies The Hibernians the Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society r and the Y M I societies attended the funeral in large numbers The Womens t Sodality and the Altar Society were also represented and so were the Total Abstl nence Cadets The funeral was arranged by the Rev Pother Kenney the assistant rector who dearly loved his superior Father Kenney like Father Kelly is very near to the hearts of the people of Hojy Trinity and ihywould like to pee him in the be laved rectors place for he has all the a qualities of Father Kelly AFTER THE MAYOR The Democratic City Council In New Albany has filed articles of impeachment t tb Democratic Mayor OfthtI I fbe Mayor and the council are a- tbdiorerr the building of jeirtra and the appointment of certain new city officers The Mayor does not want sewers and vetoedan ordinance for their construction The council does not want as many city officers as the Mayor is authorized to appoint andI there is war to the knife If the council1I had its way it would build a big sewe- and throw the Mayor in and if the Mayor had his way he would have other men in the council FEEL HIS LOSS Resolutions On Death of the Late Patrick M Collins Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights off America met Monday night in St Johns fchool hall and transacted much busi ness Important communications were read and acted upon and the transfer card of William T Meehan was accepted Messrs E J Mann A F Martin and Theo Kirn reported the following resolu tions on the death of Patrick M Collins which were adopted Whereas It has pleased Almighty God in His allwise judgment to call unto Himself our brother and friend Patrick M Collins and Whereas We bow our heads in sub mission to His holy will knowing He does all for the best and Whereas We have lost a good and faithful member and officer of our branch we deeply sympathize with his bereaved family and offer our humble condolence therefore belt- Resolved That we drape our charter for thirty days out of respect to his memory and have these resolutions en tered upon our minutes and printed in the Kentucky Irish American and a copy of same sent the bereaved family The return of Will Meehan was the cause for rejoicing among the members present who were entertained with his short talk about conditions in Missouri Secretary Martin spoke about the com ing national convention and the recom mendations submitted to Supreme Dele gate Shine o CREGORIAN MUSIC St Louis Bertrands Choir Successful In Carrying Out Popes Wishes The choir of St Louis Bertrands church jisthefirst in the tfipcese ofLouls vllle and among the very first in the United States to adopt the Gregorian t chant Pope Pius X it will be rem emII bered urged upon the church author sties the adoption of Gregorian music inII all churches where it was possible to do so Father Volz the rector of St Louis Bertrands and prior of the Dominican convent at Sixth and St Catherine streets is a great admirer of Gregorian t music and he immediately put the order into effect as soon as be had read the Popes order on the subject Some were apprehensive that the choir would not be I able to get along without female voices but such has not been the case The choir is doing splendidly and is improve ing every day It is said to be very pleasing to Pope Pius to learn of congre j gations adopting this form of sacred I music and the members of the Domini t can choir were recently photographed inJJ group The picture will be sent to theii Vatican at an early date with a letter 1 explaining how successful St Louis Bertt trands has been in carrying out the Popes desired in this matter t I THOMAS WALSHii I Will Deliver Address Tomorrow Afternoon in St Fran cis HallCj Tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock the various conferences of the St VinII cent de Paul Society will hold their quarterly meeting in St Francis Hall and President James Campbell looks for an unusually large attendance Some interesting reports are expected from tbeJJ larger conferences and the new one just I organized at St Williams church maytt be enrolledtt Thomas Walsh the well known law yer has accepted an invitation to deliver the quarterly address and as he is an able and pleasing speaker those present i will hear much to interest them There will also be other addresses by members of the clergy and laity besides some business of more than ordinary Importance Every conference should be rep resented by a large delegatio- nFRANCISCAN o SISTERS I Will Assemble In Germany to Elect a New Mother Superior The Order of Sisters of St Francis will elect a Mother Superior in place ofI Mother Mary Theresa deceased sometime thts month This order conducts St Anthonys Hospital in this city and St Edwards Hospital in New AlbanyI The mother house of the order in the United States is at St Elizabeths Hos pital in Lafayette Ind and Sisters Rose rind Josepha will go from thlre to AlpeI Germany to participate in the election The Sisters sail from New York today The Franciscan Sisters have hospitals in 1been1 listed boaMMin tl United State l FINAL AWARD Made Martin Sheehan at Large MondayrNight Receives Handsome Gold Watch With Costly Charm anti Chain Divisions May Unite and Con duct Annual Hibernian Celebration DONKEY PARTY FOR THE LADIES The knowledge that the County Board would present the gold watch won by Martin Sheehan brought out a splendid attendance of Hibernians to the meeting of Division 3 last Monday night with visitors representing the National State and County Boards President Patrick Welsh occupied the chair and received the application of Martin Shaughnessy The Finance Committee reported the books of the officers well kept and the division in splendid condition finan dally end was commended for the excellence of their report John Karman was taken from the sick list and James Bench was reported improving Ex State Secretary James Coleman made a strong plea for the establishment of a gymnasium library and reading room for the younger members and an inter esting discussion ensued the speakers being Michael Sheehan Lawrence Mackey John Lanuan and others Judge Patrick Sullivan notified the members and visitors that in the near i future the Literary Committee would ar range for an entertainment in celebration of the victory won in the St Patricks day contest that would outdo all pre vious efforts I Under the head of good and welfare County President Thomas Quinn was in troduced and in an appropriate and t feeling manner presented Martin Shee hau with the beautiful gold watch won by him in the great membership contest Lawrence Mackey and Thomas Kennedy I then escorted the winner to President l Welsh who said the success of the St J Patricks day celebration was due largely to Mr Sheehans efforts and Division 3 in appreciation of his loyalty and servicesII presented him with a costly gold chain and exquisite watch charm of the order Sheehan was too much overcome to speak and took his seat amid hearty ap plauseAfter t the acceptance of an invitation tendered by William M Higgins andI Thomas Duddy to be the guests of Mackin Council at their dance Monday night Patrick Sullivan made a stirring appeal to all present to continue the I quest for members till Division 3 could muster 1000 good men under its banner It is more than probable that Divisions c 2 and 4 will unite and give a celebration I in the near future a move that will be J approved by the Irish American popula Non Last night a committee from Division 4 headed by John Barry visited Division 2 for the purpose of taking preliminary steps in the matter If these two bodies unite they will certainly provide a days amusement that will attract the largest Hibernian gathering seen for many years Wednesday night the Ladles Auxil iary met in large numbers and were pleased with the communications andI congratulations received from National Secretary Carroll After Miss Belle OConnell bad been obligated and encouraging reports had been received from the Green and Gold teams which represent fortytwo members on each side there was a short social session with vocal and instrumental solos by Misses Julia Kelly and Mamie Keenan The approaching marriage of two popular members was announced and before adjourning Miss Mary Sheridan the ener getic President notified the members that a donkey party was uranged for their entertainment at the next meeting with several handsome prizes The ladies of the contesting teams are t becoming interested and the outlook is that all sections of the city will soon be t involved in the effort to secure new mew bers It Iis predicted that the number will exceed that of the four divisions on March IT CONFER WITH POPE Emperor William Said to Have Important Subjects to Discuss J A press dispatch from Rome says Emperor I William will soon seek a confer I ence with Pope Pius to discuss important questions among them the secularization of cemeteries raised by the Right Rev c Willibrord Benzler Archbishop of Metz who bas refused to permit the burial of Catholics in Catholic cemeteries in which t Protestants have been buried hisiit is understood annoyed the Emperor greatly and be would like to havethej Archbishop removed but the Vatican re J slats his demand Archbishop Benzler haying been appointed on Emperor Will lams recommendation Another serious question is that the Catholic Poles are supported by the Pop I n rF I in their struggle against the Prussian Government which is trying to destroy their nationality Besides these ques tions Emperor William it is said wishes to receive part of the inheritance of France so far ts concerns the protec tion of Catholics in the Orient after the separation of church and State in France actually takes place His Majesty also insists on the establishment of a Papal delegation to Berlin while Secretary of State Merry del Val is determined to have a nunciature there or nothing BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY Witnessed Last Sundy Morn Ing at the Sacred Heart Academy i Very beautiful and instructive was the ceremony witnessed last Sunday morn ing at theSacred Heart Academy at St Matthews when the beloved chaplain Rev Father Mc have administered the sacrament of fist holy communion to Misses Irene Sc tlosser Mary Holland Mary Mary Sanford AgnesreCkel Rago Berneita Bennett Antoinette Pileta Irene Folz Maria Pfeiffer and Ida Wessel The mass was sung by the convent choir and was rendered in a most excellent manner Immediately after the mass luncheon was served to the children and their friends and at 12 oclock the good Sis ters threw open tae doors of their pretty dining room to the communion class their parents and guardians The tables were laden with all the delicacies of the season to which fjustice was done AtI the extreme end of the room was a single table banked witH ferns and flowers in the midst of which was a large cake lightedwith eleven candles to represent the new lights added to Christianity The Sisters vied with each other in mak ing all present enjoy the feast and the class was impressed with a remembrance of the occasion that will never be for gotteno RECENT DEATHS I Heartfelt spmpathy is felt for Charles and Lucy Hettich whose promising son Charles aged seventeen years died Wednesday at midnight The funeral takes place this morning from St Marysii church on Eighthstreet The friends of Mrs Nellie Sauer were shocked Tuesday when they learned of the death of her little son Philip and large nurubers cabled at her homo 916 Letterle avenue to express their sym pathy The funeral took place Thursday afternoon from St Josephs church The funeral of Mrs Eliza Hagan took place Monday morning from Holy Cross church of which she was a devout and worthy member Her death was due to tuberculosis Besides her husband Charles R Hagan the well known car penter three children are left to mourn her loss Mrs Mary Grasmick an aged and respected member of the Dominican parish passed to her eternal reward Tuesday evening leaving a wide circle of friends to mourn her death The funeral took place Thursday from St Louis Bertrands the interment being in St Michaels cemetery One of the saddest deaths of the past week was that of Eva Duane the bright and attractive elevenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs James Duane 1423 Seventh street Before the funeral which took place from the Dominican church there was a constant stream of little friends calling at the home to take a farewell look at their playmate who was favorite with both young and old Few deaths have caused more profound sorrow than that of Mrs Catherine t Foley who had been ill only a short time She was well known and respected- in Catholic circles and many there are who will miss her advice and good count ash One son Patrolman Edward Foley j and two daughters Mrs Katie Ethridge and Miss Mamie Foley survive her The t funeral took place Monday morning from St Charles church and the esteem in which she was held was attested by the feeling words of Father Raffo to the j large gathering of mourning friends I It was with feelings of profound regret that the many Louisville friends of Miss j Mary Murray of Covington learned of the sudden and unexpected death of her J esteemed father which came as a great shock to his friends in Covington where he bad been active and prominent for many years That the deceased was widely known and highly thought of was fullyattested by the profusion of floral offerings and the llarge concourse of j friends who attended the funeral obsequies at St Marys Cathedral Miss Murray has the sympathy of all who met her during her visit here Announcement of the death of Patrick Mulkern which occurred Sunday at his home 1621 West Madison street caused feelings of deep sorrow among his wide circle of friends and acquaintances He was a native of Ireland coming to this country when but a youth and for many years he had been an industrious and re spected resident of this city The funeral took place Tuesday morning from the Sacred Heart church where Rev Father Walsh delivered a touching sermon overt i the remains Three children MM Juar garet Mulkern Mrs William Otto and Patrick Mulkern survive and mourn the lose of a kind and affectionate father ITodavis the anniversary of the Phas I 1 tix tragEdy to 1088 i i on tr f T PROGRAMME eo For Fifteenth Biennial Conven tion of Oathollcflgbts oi America Members Will Watch With Interest Work of Their Delegates Central Committee Will Hold Meeting to Receive Reports LOCAL ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION The fifteenth biennial convention of the Catholic Knights of America them st important in the history of Americas greatest Catholic fraternal insur ance society will convene next week in St Louis and the attention of the entire membership is centered upon the work before the supreme body Having suc cessfully passed through the vexatious and troublesome rerating ordeal the problem needing immediate and careful consideration is the extension of the order The Supreme Trustees and Law Committee have been meeting daily since Wednesday considering proposed changes and plans for the future and their work will greatly facilitate the work of the convention which will be in session four days Tuesday morning the delegates will at tend solemn high mass at St Francis Xaviers church when the Supreme Spir itual Director Most Rev John J Glen non Archbishop of St Louis will preach the sermon The convention ses sions will be held in the Sodality Hall of the St Louis University only a short distance from St Xaviers church The first session will be held immediately after the solemn high mass when the delegates and visitors will be welcomed by the Hon Rolla Wells Mayor of St Louis and Cornelius Bauer Esq President of the Missouri State Council Wednesday morning a solemn requiem mass for deceased members will be cel ebrated in St Francis Xaviers church and the convention will hold two sessions Thursday morning the conven lion will meet at an early hour and IfI progress is made the election of officers may take place in the afternoon other wise the convention will be unable to adjourn before Friday evening For Thurs day evening the Knights of St Louis and vicinity have arranged a grand banquet for the supreme officers and delegates From present indications there will be j no changes in the officers the feeling being almost unanimous that they should I be continued to carry out the legislation J they have enacted with such satisfactory results The State Councils as a rule have indorsed the action of their repre sentatives at the recent extra session by returning them to this convention and it appears to us they would best show their appreciation of the confidence reposed in then by pursuing the same course and reelecting the present board of supreme officers and thus assure the success and prosperity of their order J This will doubtless be the course of Judge J Shine and John J Score Kentuckys I representatives who have had years of experience and have no superiors in the I convention Kentucky has but one member of the Supreme Board Trustee I McGinn who has fought a noble battle for the past sine months and in recog nition of his services he should receive the unanimous vote of the convention for reelection as Supreme Trustee Another matter that will receive the attention of this convention will be the uniform rank so ably advocated by Major Gen Kadeski who has devoted much time and money to this feature of orderKentucky will be well represented at the convention members from various parts of the State having signified their intention of attending among the number being exState President Michael Reichert who has done much good work for the order William M Higgins of the Kentucky Irish American State Secretary Martin and Henry Hunold of I this city The anniversary celebration by the Louisville Knights will take place tomor row afternoon at St Marys church when the members of the seventeen Falls Cities branches will assemble and attend solemn vespers at 3 oclock This has been the custom for years and the fact that Rev Father Westermann will preach the sermon should of itself bring out a large attendance of members The Central Committee is arranging for a big general meeting for Tuesday night May 10 when there will be aIreunion of members and friends of the order at which reports will be made by the Kentucky delegates and perhaps sev eral supreme officers who will be invited to be present Addresses will also be made setting forth the benefits derived from membership in the Catholic Knights of America and an effort inau t gurated that will bring large numbers I into the order and put Kentucky at theII he head of the listIGOING TO ROME The eloquent and distinguished Archbishop Patrick J yanof Philadelphia I will sail for Rome ou May il aealilt 1 S panted by Monsignor Kennedy rector o the American College It is years since Archbishop RyansseventeenI to the Eternal City upon which occasion he was the orator at the laying of the cornerstone of the iMsh church St Pat ricks He was consecrated Bishop on April 14 1872 and on June 8 1884 b became the head of the Philadelphia archdiocese The venerable prelate will1 also visit Ireland and take a farewell look at the scenes of his childno- odVINCENTIANS o Organize a Promising Confer= ence In St Williams Parish Nowhere are the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society more active than in Louisville and it affords us no I little pleasure to announce the organiza tion of a conference of that greatest of all Catholic charitable societies at St Williams church last Sunday night with twentysix members The meeting was called by the energetic and popular pastor Rev Denis F Murphy and the result must certainly have been gratify ing to him Following the selection of Joseph Lynch as Chairman and Thomas Filburn as Secretary the Rev Father Rock of the Cathedral was introduced and spoke on the spiritual works of the St Vincent de Paul Society Presdent James Campbell of the Particular Coun cil followed with a timely address and Edward J OBrien aroused much enthusiasm by his remarks After interesting talks b Patrick Liston John Doyle Thomas Hines John McQnese and several others an adjournment was taken with the understanding that permanent officers would be elected at a meeting to be held for that purpose GOOD FOR THEM I Mackin Council Boys to Put Memorial Window in St Cecilias Catholics of the city and especially those of the West End will feel rejoiced when they learn that Mackin Couucil has decided to place a handsome stained glass memorial window in the new St Cecelias church to be erected by Rev Father Brady to whom the young men of that section are greatly attached This is one of the practical acts of this splen did society of Catholic young men and does them much credit The window will be an offering in memory of the de ceased members who are never forgot ten One new member was obligated Tues day night and two more applications were received The committee arranging for the picnic reported their plans progressing satisfactorily After the usual routine business there were short talks and the meeting was unusually interest ingoJEFFERSONVILLE J Ji Friends of County President Kinney Give Him SnrprlseII I Quite an agreeable surprise was given John Kinney County President of the Hibernians of Clark county Ind at hisI home in Jeffcrsonville last Sunday the j occasion being the fiftieth anniversary of ji his birth His daughter Miss Mary had c arranged a dinner in his honor and when he returned from the high mass at St Augustines he found his home thronged with friends and well wishers among j whom were Misses Sallie and Annie KinJJ ney Mary Connor Sallie Byron Annie Kinney Mary Davis Ella and Marycc OConnell Messrs John and James Con nors Tim Kinney Charles Brook John and Joe Brown Messrs and Mesdames David OConnell and Louis Constantine I and T J Brook L A Connors W Speaks and Peter Rapp of Eminence Before leaving the table there was ac number of congratulatory toasts and all united in wishing President Kinney many happy returns of the day J GREAT DERBYJI J For Annual Spring Meeting of Louisville Jockey Club With next week will open the thirty first annual spring meeting of the Louis ville Jockey Club and it is no exaggeration to say the racing will surpass any ever seen at the historic Churchill Downs The classic Derby the turf prize event of a the year will be run Wednesday the opening day and the field is a splendid one with nine starters certain There re more entries in all the events this year than ever before among them the kings and queens of the American turf President Grainger Manager Winn and Secretary Davis deserve much praise for what they have done for Louisville and Kentucky and with Judge Charles Price in the stand the splendid reputation of the Louisville Jockey Club will be sus talnedrhe Clark handicap the event next in Importance to the Derby will be Saturday but the Debntaute stakes for two year old fillies will attract much interest Thursday There are now over 1000 horses stabled at the track and others are constantly arriving Only J fair weather is necessary to give Louis vibe the banner race meeting of the year IIr 0 DUNRAVENt Says That Ireland Has Reached 1IcreHistory Y Ruin In Sight Unless Effort Is Made to Save the Island The Present System of Govern ment Is a Gross Anachronism u SELFGOVERNMENT MUST BE GRANTED The Earl of Dunraven has written a remarkable pamphlet entitled The s Crisis in Ireland An Account of the Present Condition with Suggestions for Reform in which he exhaustively reviews the existing situation The Earl saysIreland historyYearsinking deeper and deeper into mis fortune and has now reached a point at which must be decided whether the domlnaut tendencies shall continue to the inevitable melancholy end or whether a supreme effort shall be made to lift the bankruptcyinprosperity which so immediately threat ens it- Lord Dunraven says the land act made a good beginning but that it is not sufficient to save the country As a matter of fact he adds in the period of watching and internecine political strife in England the world overlooked the causes of the distressful condition and has seen merely the quarrels of political parties He discusses at length the existing situation and insists that the British Government if it desires 1 to maintain the union must provide money for the education of the people and give the country a measure of self government which will afford the people an opportunity to appreciate their own good qualities He appeals to the moderates in Ireland to lay aside their differences and do something for the salvation of the country He says that Irelands best are continually drifting out while its worst are drifting toward lunatic asylums aud the remainder will necessityLord questionisthe time is probably coming when Nationalists and Unionists will work togetherLord assails with the utmost bitterness the present system of govern ment in Ireland as a gross anachronism which satisfies no one He contends that the Irish are not lazy or devoid of intelligence and points out that they do goodwork and become leaders of men in every quarter of the globe Their need at home he says is that teaching which the responsibility of their own affairs alone can give Lord Dunraven says Ireland can not be Anglicised that she Understands her own affairs best and should manage her own affairs The pamphlet concludes If the union is to be maintained an ac policy decay MEMORIAL MASS Thursday morning there was a solemn requiem memorial mass at the Sacred MaryAnthony BroadwayTheof the school and children taught by the dead Sister Rev Patrick Walsh the pastor was celebrant of the mass and was assisted by Rev A J Brady as deacon Rev D OSullivan as sub deacon and Rev M Melody as master of ceremonies In the sanctuary were Rev John OConnor Rev John Sheridan Rev Thomas W White and Rev Francis Felten o NATIONAL BOARD MEETING The National Board of Directors of the Ancient Order of Hibernians are now placeDirectorcityfavorswhich would assure the presence of the National Chaplain Most Rev John M Farley Archbishop of New York This will be an important meeting and we are glad to say that Kentucky will have splendid report to submit HEALTH IS BETTER After an illness of over four months Lieut Edward Burke is able to be out again though it may be several weeks before he can return to his post Lieut Burke has been connected with the police department for many years and is recognizedas one of the most capable officers on the force The public at large improvedcondition MEETING TONIGHT The Joint Committee of the three local councils of the Young Mens Institute will meet tonight at Salpllls club rooms Business pertaining to the new ritual and urytbepreaemramberwu o- X Ju n n rf I J K NTUCKY IRISH RIOAN u KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN ieveted to the Moral attd Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY g c Hutered at the Lonlivllle Postofflce as SecondClass Matter AUuiiall CoToataoleatlonitothet KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN326 Weal Qrecn Streett UNION TRADES COUNCIL r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 6 1905 DISTORTING FACTS Tie editor of our esteemed contemporary the Catholic Telegraph of Cincinnati had a leading editorial i in its issue of last week i which it- Catholic observed that one of the candidates before the primary I had friends who know tb gang that has dominated Louisville Democratic politics for some years P thTheymachine and are not ignorant of the frauds practiced by the bosse- n1 favor of machine candidates They had a right to demand square deal a fair and honest primary I for their friend Who advised the editor of the Telegraph that a gang controls Louisville Democratic politics and that frauds are practiced by the Democratic leaders If fraud have been practiced all of the candidat who were aspirants before the primary i i were beneficiaries of these e frauds for all of them Catholics and Protestants hold public office under the gang the Telegraph speaks of They would hold office again iff they could get it under this same alleged gang Louisville Democracy is not controlled by gang and there are no more frauds committed here at elections than iin Cincinnati or elsewhere Religion was not injected into the primary contest so far as we are aware but iif it was those who injected it got the worst of it It is certain that Catholics got a fair show An ex animation of the ticket will disclose the fact that fifteen or twenty of the nominees for lucrative offices are good Catholics and good citi zens but they were not nominatedI because of their religious belief butt because of their competency to fillI the places they aspire to They did not seek their nominations be cause of their Catholicity The Telegraph closes its editorialI about the Louisville primary with this sentence It is very easy to take a simple statement of fact andl dress it up in such a way as to create an impression at wide variance from the truth This iis precisely what the Telegraph has done in its article about Louisvill- politics but we are satisfied that the Telegraph was misinformed and wrote hastily about a subject on which it was not sufficiently ad vised We would have the Tele graph know that the Democratic leaders in Louisville are not a gang that indorses traud On the con trary they are leading businessmen and reputable citizens and quite aJJ large number of them are Catholics J and practical one at that ENFORCING TilE STATUTES I We have many laws on the stat 1 ate books ot the various States of I the Union Some are wholesome others are what are termed sumptu ary or Puritanical but as a rule liberty and the pursuit of happiness- is jt not restricted in any State Every- manj woman and child is or ought to be instructed in youth to obeySJ t the laws of his country or Statelj Most citizens have respect for law If the officers elected to execute thea statutes obey the laws themselves and enforce them In our neighboring State of Indiana a recent General Assembly passed many new laws and amendments to old laws which have just gone into effect These laws are in a book of over 800 pages Much comment Il is being made by the public and the press of the country about some pf the new statutes being Puritan ical in their provisions particularly 1 e those relating to the sale of intoxi ii- caUrif liquors cigarettes etc Moat people ijriH c ncpde however that n a- Z r the new Indiana laws relating to the issuing of marriage license and the granting of divorce are vast improvements on the old statutes nOne thing to be commended i the new executive officers of In diana from the Governor down is ethe fact that the laws are heir t strictly enforced The Governor did not make the laws but he was elected to enforce then and bee doing so In this he is setting a Governorssand executive officers throughout bigah nIenforcing the laws not the police man the fireman the Street Supervisor or the License Inspector The men who appoint or direct these subordinates are the ones who ax to blame for laxity in carrying out objeesc shouldibe enforced until the Legislature re peals it Gov Hanly of Indiana is a Republican and we are Demo crats but he shows the proper sense of responsibility in enforcing the laws which he took a solemn oath to enforce In saying this we do not mean to be understood as- a favoring certain laws now on the Hoosier statute books which the Governor is said to favor If every State Executive would enforce the laws against rich and poor alike every community in the country would be better off CONGRESSMEN BACK OUT It was announced two months ago that Secretary of War Taft would be accompanied on his trip to the Philippines by a party of at least fifty Congressmen and Sena SecretaryITaft gave out the information that all those who made the trip would have to pay their own expenses except the ferriage on the transport and that the estimated cost to Leach member of the party would be 500 Since this announcementt was made it is surprising how many Congressmen who had signified their intention of making the trip have suddenly found that they will be very busy this summer andI exe cuse them making the journey Our own Congressman Sherley however has the nerve to stick iitt out and will pay his own expenses It is noted that the full Congres sional committee appointed to visit the Lewis and Glark Exposition at Portland Oregon will make that trip The expenses of the Con gressmen will be paid in the latter instance Secretary Taft wanted the Congressmen to go to the Philippines in order that they might beI able to legislate for these people in telligently but the average Congressman will not go out of hiscc way to learn anything provided Itcc costs him money unless he is sleeking a nomination Secretary Tafts trip to the Philippines might asJJ well be abandoned The onlytt strange thing about the whole mater is that the Congressmen overlooked passing a bill making an appropriation to pay for the jaunt The Catholic people of New All lii bany sustained a great loss in the death of Father john B Kellyf rector of Holy Trinity church whose demise was chronicled in these columns last Saturday The announcement of his death though not unexpectedtreatedprofound sorrow among the members of bist congregation each one feeling thatll his passing aw1wasa personal loss People pf icreeds held him j n high esteem as a citizen His funeral on Tuesday morning an recount of which appcarselMwhere I- Ip a in these columns was one of the most imposing funeral pageants ever held in Southern Indiana many nonCatholics participatin 1 Father Kelly deserved all of thes honors He was a noble and lovely character He was laid to rest iin the cemetery by the side of those whom he loved and labored for and where others will soon join him i the great silent majority May he rest in peace One of the most remarkable obituary notices that ever appeared in a newspaper was that published in the Courier Join nal of Tuesday last It was a fulsome account off the illness death and burial of pet dog The owners of the dog told how well they loved the pet i na column article under a twoi column halftone engraving of the dogcrconfided to the public that t great loss she had sustained had apartmentsISas she could not bear to live where her pet had passed away The dog was buried ia the grave which is tbe used later by its master and mis 5of The obituary notice also cost 75 or more It is doubtful if the master or mistress will receive as good a sendoff in the newspapers when dogeDr Washington Gladden a Con gregational minister of great ability 1 is making a fight against hi church organization acceptingioo 000 from John D Rockefeller the Standard Oil magnate Much com ment has been made about Dr Gladdens course which seems to be misunderstood Mr Rockefel1I ler is the representative of a conI spicuous corporation charged wit methods which are both illegal and1 immoral and are now being investigated i by the United States Govern i ment Taking money from such a source by a religious body wool put the church accepting money i a position not to be free to criticise the organization should the be proved That is why Dr Gladden objects He does not say that Rockefellers money is tainted as some newspapers assume Grover Clevelands article in the Womans Home Journal in whit i he contended against womans clubs has aroused all the clubi women from Maine to California The ex President boldly assertedI that it is a thousand pities that all1 the wives found in such company can not sufficiently open their mindst to see the complete fitness of the homely definition which describes a good wife as a woman who loves her husband and her country with no desire to run either Offr course Susan B Anthony was the first to denounce Mr Clevelands article and the others are now following suit It will be several1I months before Mr Cleveland hearsI the last word from the petticoatedl knockers in the womans clubs The IrishAmericans have found a way to compel the British Govern ment to recognize the Irish language The Gaelic Leagues in this country recently forwarded 1500 letters from New York to Ireland i through the United States mails to I Great Britain All the addresses I were written in Irish It took twoc clerks in the London postoffice who can read and write Gaelic several days to decipher the addresses but all the letters were fowarded The a English Government did not want to have any trouble with Uncle Sam about mail deliveries Letters so addressed in Ireland however are not delivered m It is reported in Boston and also in Rome that the Right Rev Drbat Conaty Bishop of Los Angeles and rector of the Catholic University in Washington CUyis to be appointed coadjutor to Arch bishop Williams of Boston Drt Conaty before becoming rector of the University was a parish priest in the Boston archdiocese He is a learned and popular prelate and his appointment would give great satis faction Archbishop Williams is raw eighty five years of age alroun- r urrr dollar hotel The New Seelbach is a credit to the city and to the men who had the nerve to put up so magnificent a structure with such- e elaborate facilities for the entertain ment of the public Messrs Louis and Otto Seelbach are expert hotel managers and have proved their ability to conduct a firstclass house- D The hotel is the finest in the South and there is nothing to surpass it in the whole country Heres hoping that it may make money from the start The spring meeting of the Louis ville Jockey Club will begin next week and great crowds will visit- a the city There are already over 600 horses at the track and then races promise to afford the best sport that has been seen at Churchill Downs in many years Mayor Grainger who is Presiden- te of the Jokey Club has put new life into it since he has directed t1 affairs and he has an able assistant in the Vice President Col Matt Jr Winn t0The year 1905 bids fair to be t banner of all the fair years for the construction of new buildings iin Louisville Architects and con tractors say they have more work than they can do It ought to be a prosperous year for those whoat employed in the building trades IrSOCIT1saesesssssessssssa b i Mrs Dan Shea of Jeffersonville has been visiting relatives at Washington Ind IMiss Elizabeth Edelen has been spendI ing the week as the guest of relatives at Lebanon bMissAlma McCarthy has returned fromi Ashevllle where she spent sometime vis iting friends Mrs Peter Rapp of Eminence where as last Sunday on a visit to see some friendsdt1Miss Edith Lanahan has returned from a delightful visit to friends and relatives at Lexington SMiss Jennie Hurley has been having most enjoyable visit with Miss Nor Arnold at Elizabethtown Miss Loretta Ramp has returned from Lexington and is at the home of her uncle John B Stickler 2326 West Walnut 1 street 1Mrs George Thickstun of Terre Haute was in Jeffersonville this week visiting Jonathan Thickstun who has been seriously ill Misses Margaret and Katherine Lucey entertained a party of friends last even 1ingg in honor of their guest Miss Mattie Ryan of Henderson Among the many June weddings wit I I be that of Miss Minnie Mackey nn George Dettlinger particulars of will be announced later The engagement of Miss Katie W Plappert and Thomas W Furlong is announced the marriage ceremony to take place the afternoon of June 7 The marriage engagement is announcedI of Miss Elizabeth OKeefe and Mr Thomas M Barry both well known people of the Dominican parish Col Sylvester Rapier the New HavenIi banker and State Treasurer of the Catho lic Knights of America spent two daysIi here this week visiting friends and the New Seelbach Hotel Albert Earley and Miss Effie Peake who were quietly married last week have returned from their honeymoon tripand are at home to their friends at 2223 West Broadway The numerous friends of Miss Kather I ine Gray who was recently accompanied J by her parents to Pbcenix Ariz for berII health will regret to learn that her condition I remains unimprovedee Fred J Crowley who Is making a great success in Chicago will arrive tomorrow to spend several days with friends andE while here will arrange some matters of private but important naturet Peter Jennings arrived Thursday night from Chotard Miss to spend ten dapsb with his wife who has been here some time with her father Michael Fin egan Ninth and Kentucky streets The many friends of Mrs Fount Kre er will be pleased to know that she has recovered sufficiently to be removed to home after a long and painful Illness Sts Mary and Elizabeth HospitaltJ bMisB way accompanied by her son and daughter William and Rose sailed last Saturn day from New York for Ireland where they will spend the summer months IAday night at Macauleya for a charitable and will be of interest in society tlcirclespart It will be well worth going to see Jen Edward Dalton City Lighting In- Spector and his sister Miss Maggie Dalton will return today from Mt Wash ington where they have been spending enjoyable week as the guests of John the oo o- IJ I USE DOMt T LPDON FOR 1 LONG DISTANCE SERVICE BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATES MANY IMPORTANT POINTS NOW AVAILABLE IeJohn Rodgers and wife 1023 Bank street left Thursday to spend three weeks at Martinsvllle Ind Mr Rodgers has just recovered from a long illness and his many friends hope be will return hen perfect health A pleasant society event of the week was the dinner at which Mr and Mrs Robert E OConnor entertained their friends Tuesday evening Covers were laid for fourteen who later enjoyed music and euchre eMr and Mrs F J Buttiner of New castle spent a few hours here with friend last Monday being on their way to Martinsville Ind where Mr Butt mer has been advised to go by his physi cian for a short rest iOne of the prettiest of the June weddings will be that of William T Leahy and Miss Mary Teresa Fowler the lovely and accomplished daughter of Dr J W Fowler which will be solemnized at the Cathedral on Wednesday June 14 Mrs M J King and children left last week to join her husband at Paducah where they will reside permanently Mr King being employed there in the railroad shops Their many local friends wish them continued success and pros perity in their new home Charles J Desse Sr Treasurer of Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America and prominent in local fraternal society circles left Tuesday morning for Naza reth Academy to visit bis daughter who has taken the white veil William Ritt man his son in law accompanied him aMiss Nellie Swartz of Highland Parka View and William Gagle of Park View were united in marriage Wednesday at Holy Name church Rev Father OConnor performing the ceremony Both are popular and have the best wishes of a host of friends for a life off happiness and prosperity In the old Cathedral church at Bards town next Wednesday morning the Rev Dean OConnell will officiate at the mass andunion of Mrs Eula Hayden of Mt Washington and W A Bean of Joplin Mo Both are well known in Nelson and Bullitt counties and the wedding will be of interest to their many friends entertainedd aI Friday evening of JMrs Faulkner Patterson nee Kellner of St Paul Minn The guests were Misse- Ida Kellner Katie and Emma Nugent Lila Stivers A Stephens Mr and Mrs Thomas Bohen P B Clark Dr B Jen kins Dr Griswold Dr Hudson Messrs Chris OConnor Thomas Walsh Fred 1 I Mansfield Leo Dorn and William Turn brinkThe announcement of the marriage of Vincent B Smith and Miss Nellie E Krebs at StL Patricks church was a wel come surprise to their legion of friends and admirers in all parts of the city The bride is a charming young woman and the groom is to be congratulated on winning so lovely a bride Mr Smith IsCC a son of Denny Smith for years con nected with the police department and is very poplar in the eastern part of the dtyICards have been issued for the mar riage of Miss Katie Heret and James Barry which takes place Wednesday at = St Patricks church Miss Herety isa lovely young woman and a favorite Catholic social circles The groom isPIP one of the best known men in the West End is a leader among the Hibernian and holds a responsible position with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company With their legion of friends we offer our hearty congratulations A June wedding of which there has een no previous announcement and which will interest a large circle is that of Miss Queenie Wathen sari Richard Lawrence Condon of Yonkers N Y The marriage will be solemnized on Wednesday morning June 7 at 10 oclock at the Dominican churchand will be celebrated with nuptial high ties Miss Wathen is one of several sisters the daughter of John Wathen of 412 West Oak street and = her fiance is one of the most prominent in Yonkers St James church at Elizabethtown the scene of a pretty wedding last the Wednesday the contracting parties being Miss Mayme Emmetaberger the at nal daughter of Adam Emmetsber ger of EHzabethtown and William Boh a prominent citizen of Corbin The the ceremony was performed by Rev Hugh Daly and was witnessed by a large number ter of friends of the bride and groom After the reception and wedding dinner happy couple left forliew Orleans and ether Sduthern cittw oa a wedding Ul D rn l n it t+ t t t t t t tt t t tt t t t t t tt tH tt t tt tt t tt t t t t t PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRYu nnM7 r T 7 j Tririii IF ITS OUR CURE YOU KNOW ITS PURE GOVERNMENT INSPECTION Our Brands Yorkshire and Kentucky HAMS BACON LARD AND SAUSAGE Cannot be excelled in packing fastt + i KENTUCKY ++M+ t tUH t ANDPROVISION t tH TAT CT ULBYS WednesdayOne Performance HENRIETTA GROSSMAN Friday and Saturday LILLIAN RUSSELL BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAY 7 iUtlnno Sunday Monday Wedneiday Saturday THE NEW YORK FAVORITES TOM MINERS Bohemian Burlesquers BRAND NEWSTART TO FINISH Glittering Costumes MlrthProYcMng Songs HAMMERS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments CLASS ORCHESTRA Concerts 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Solicitor Haveriu for the Taaffe tenants drew the attention of his Honor to the fact that the large number of on this estate were the landlords answer to tbe tenants refusal to accept an exorbitant offer to sell The former owner allowed an abatement annually The successor refused and proceeded for the banging gate The intention of the landlord was to coerce the tenants into accepting his terms His Honor in granting his decrees stayed the execution reduced the claims and advised the landlord to allow tbe On Friday and Saturday last his Grace tbe of Tuam visited and held in the parish of Bekan His Grace was accorded a most hearty wel come by the people of the parish and on entering tbe church end taking his seat on a temporary tbrone the illustrious received addresses both in English and Gaelic the feelings of all classes toward him and re sponded to them in a graceful and most eloquent terms He spoke in laudatory terms of the good by the Congested Districts Board And the people own efforts for the Material pros perity of the people the evidences of which he noted with satisfaction in he President Joseph Miller and Attorney Frank Lenz are arranging for a trip to Owensboro of the Louisville Concordia Singing Society on Sunday May 21 Tbe Concordia is the only German Catho lic singing society in the West and on this occasion it will give a concert for the benefit of the St Hubertus Society of Owensboro It is expected that a special rate will be secured and that many frieuds of the Concordia will make the trip SLIGHT CHANGE Rev Father Brady rector of St Ceo cilias church has announced a slight change in the hours for masses for the summer months that will be by his large Beginning with Sunday May 14 the first mass will take place at 6 oclock the second at 8 oclock and the third at 10 oclock Heretofore the hour were 7 9 and 1030 oclock WILL RAISE FUND John chalda Chairman of tbe Enter tainment Committee Charles Falk and other members of tbe Catholic Knights are arranging for an to increase the fund of tbe Central Com I mittee the programme for which will be announced next week The com mittee intends visiting all tbe branches and doing much work and this fund will be for the necessary expenses HOLDS HIS PLACE Patrick Kirley still holds his wagon factory and blacksmith shop at Sixth street where tbe new armory is to be erected The Fiscal Court has rejected his offer and will try to have his leases condemned Able lawyers contend that tbe leases can not be condemned for armory purposes and that Kirleys offer must be accepted before any excavation I can The truth annual convention of the New York State Federation of German Catholic Societies will be held in New York City on May 28 20 and 30 It will be attended by nearly a thousand delegates tbe cities and all sections of the The Rev James J Pike the zealous and faithful pastor of St Charles church at St Marys Marion county is highly elated over the generous response to his appeal for funds with which to complete the new 20000 church edifice he has erected and on which there now remains a i and and the of ili j- u 1 A O 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month J Sullivan Secretary Thomas Kee Secretary Peter J Cnsick 1911 Bank F 2 Meets President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Lynch Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial King 1846 Lytle t Colemau Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes i day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 615 West Reilly J Connelly DIVISION 1 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kinney Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial Constantine Madden McCann Banner Ford Y lI x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday E Bouse Kerberg Secretary F Lanahan Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 638 4tb Ave Vice President J J Kava R McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Jos Lenihan Fahey Treasurer James B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside Sentinel Joseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick ORAND SIGHT The church of Bt Louis Bertrand will present a brilliant and beautiful scene tomorrow evening at 730 oclock when the children of the parish will have tbeirI annual May procession and crowning of the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary With their fifteen handsome bannersI pretty white costumes and floral wreaths the children present one of the finest sights of the year After the procession there will be solemn vespers rosary andI benediction and sermon PLEASANT Lawrence Andriotthe successful wagon his charming wife were the recipients of an but pleas ant surprise from a large crowd of friends last Saturday evening who gathered at the family residence 2535 Griffith avenue to celebrate the third of their marriage Grandpa Peter Andriot presided as toastmaster for the evening and I after the there was vocal and instrumental music and an abundance of refreshments This is a month of celebrations for Catholic Knights Last Sunday morning Branch 32 made a splendid showing at St Vincent de Pauls church when the members received holy communion in a body Branches 6 and 45 will celebrate their tomorrow and will also receive holy communion in a body the former at St Martins and the latter at St Marys COULD NOT RALLY Mrs Mary Conway the beloved wife of John Conway passed to her eternal reward Thursday night from a short ill munity and deep sympathy is felt for the bereaved husband The funeral takes place to iorrOw morning at St Louis Bcftraada May her soul rest in peace o rit cq Meeting Sixteen DaylMaySIX HIGHGLASS RACES FOR EVERY DAY Debutante Stakes TwoYear Fillies Thursday May IRELAND Important Exchanges Archbishop complications ejectments udualabatement Archbishop confirmation Archbishop expressing accomplished OWENSiIOROi aporeciated congregation entertainment proceedSTAATSVERBAND representing Stat- eGENEROUS RESPONSE debtofonlyQOOlhechurcbisaba- ndlOme Catholics Marion- cotiaty to- IratherPike SOCIETY DIRECTORY IID- IVISION BarryViceRecording JrFinancial stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh- DIVISION FridayEvenings SecretaryJoe Keanev13MTreasurerOwen PresidentPatrick SecretAryPat Stree- tTreasurerD BegleySergeantatArms LynchRecording Cbestnu- tAssistantDave TreasurerWilliam JEPFERSONVILUB PresidentRobert SecretaryThoniasGSeaso- nTreasurerLouis MarshalPeter DoorkeeperOwen CarrierLawrence sfthStreet- PresidentWilliam ShauRhnessySecond MorganPinancialCorresponding SteltenpohlMarshalJohn SentinelPatrick Mullarkey CrottyFirst JOConnorOConnorSecond naghFinancial SecretaryWill Corresponding SecretaryJ SURPRISEI manufacturerand unexpected anniversary congratulations CELEBRATIONS anniversaries rallyHer HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Another division has been added to the number at New Orleans The Ladies Auxiliary of East Boston initiated twelve candidates at the last meetingDivision 5 of Providence has voted unanimously against the proposed home for aged and infirm members- At the last meeting the division at Fields Corners near Boston initiated fifteen candidates after which a collation was served and addresses made Division 1 of Westerly R I has greatly increased its membership and at the last meeting the third and fourth degrees were conferred on twenty can didatesLockport Hibernians held a degree conferring meeting at which were pres tnt Prominent members from Buffalo and Niagara Falls Major honors were con ferred upon thirtyfive candidates and after the ceremonies there was a light banquetQuarterly reports show Division 1 of New Orleans growing rapidly numerically and financially The April meeting was large and encouraging and the honored chaplain Rev Father Laine delivered an interesting and instructive address on the birth of the order in AmericaDivision 1 of Middletown Conn is to erect a memorial altar to Rev Bernard OReilly Sheridan in the new chapel now being constructed for the Sister of Mercy at St Elizabeths Convent The altar is to cost 400 and will be suitably inscribed as a memorial to Father Sheri dan from the Ancient Order of Hibernian Youngstown Hibernians are contribut ing funds for the establishment of the protectory for boys in honor of the ruby jubilee of Right Rev Bishop Horstmann Rev John Moran State Chaplain asks all members to donate to the worthy cause The jubilee occurs in June when the venerable Bishop will have been forty years a priest An event of much interest to Boston members of the Ladles Auxiliary will be the Irish promenade to be held atI Paines Memorial Hall on May 11 The feature is somewhat novel and in order to insure its success much preparation has been made There will be various styles of dancing such as many have not seen since they witnessed and en joyed Win their native land I ARCHBISHOPS ANNIVERSARY host Rev Archbishop Williams the venerable metropolitan of Boston will celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood on May 17 He was consecrated Bishop on March 11 1866 and was created first Archbishop of Bostou on February 12 1875 The event will be the occasion of a notable gather ing of the Catholic hierarchy HEARD FROM HOGAN Edward Hogan who left New Albany several years ago for South Africa has been heard from His parents who live in Silver Grove received a letter from him this week from South Kimberly Africa where he has been employed in the diamond mines for nearly a year MASTER GENERAL COMING It is expected that the Master General of the Order of St Dominic Very Rev Father Hyacinth Mary Cormier will ar dve in this country within the next two weeks Before returning the great churchman will make a general and official visitation to all the houses of the order in the 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way Into the Bargain Room because of a slight bruise in the ca- seMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO arzsaao FOURxH AVENUE W HnSaTfl Rogers 00000000000 BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE V+ Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the gg finest of their kind in the cityeBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + +OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 5bO3b w Joficerson Street g + + f + H HMM + ++ j OUR NEW LINE Is now ready There are sev eral new things that you havent 1 seen Let us show them to you Also our usual full line of WATCHES RINGS PINS and NOVELTIES r iiNice Line of Crosses and Rosaries for Confirmation Gifts 530 MarketrJMHMMM + H C BRUNN ttt+ 530fWest Market t ttuf IEIII I 34I I IlrHIHIMIHHHl1 I 1 I H IHM11111 COFFEE KINGOF LOUISVILLE I sell the best coffee of all kinds and ROAST IT FRESH EVERY DAY which no other Louisville retailer does Phone me a trial order for my special package of 3 Ibs 50c I would like for you also to try my special in black green or mixed Tea at 45c a lb MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER tHomo Phone 1313 14 v MARXIOL ISTJoCEETf ill 11 I I I 1 +zrI+I t I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I II I H 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I l 11 11 H I IIIIHHH 111 F UNION ICE CREAM CO- If you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal 60c to 75c Peach Strawberry Chocolate 75c to 85c Brick Cream four flavors per gal X100 St f All kinds of Sherbert per gal GOc to 50c 75cCharlotte Russe per bowl 25c 35c Ii Milk Butter and Sweet Cream q I Specialty UNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET I dSpecial attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumb I main FISHING OUTFIT w S2OOConsisting ol 3 piece Bamboo Casting Rod Shakespeare Quadruple Reel Bass Line Package Fine Snelled looks Float Assortment ot Sinkers Stringer and dlsgprgen Retail price 300 Large assortment of Bristol Rods Shakes peare and Bluegrass Reels nooks and other tackle OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT COUH 225 FOURTH AVENUE 4H II J H H tlHH It It tt t It It It If FIXJWIXD s CHAMPAGNES AL KQIJ3345 West Green Street tiuoJtII CIGARS r f+ n nun n OU tT 0 I 0 y I BIGGEST I as Goods SaleEV- ER HELD IN LOUISVILLE i Will take place at our store Monday Sale begins at 8 oclock aIIThousands of dollars worth of clean crisp wash goods bought at sacrifice from H B Claflin Co New York s largest wash goods house f- 8i To miss this stile is neglecting an exceptional opportunity Market Street w THE STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RI HTJFRANCISCANSI Will Conduct a Great Mission at St Cecilias Church The people of St Cecilias parish are enthused over the news that Rev Father Brady has secured the great Franciscan missionaries Fathers Vincent and Fla yin to conduct a two weeks mission Cor them These two priests are recognized ns among the most able and eloqueu pulpit orators of the present time and the churches where they appeared were crowded nightly The mission will Open at the high mass at 1030 oclock tomor row morning with the usual morning and evening services during the week Father Brady will leave nothing undone for the mission which promises to be the most fruitful in the history of St Cecilias congregation SEVEN MEN The Fathers of Seventy Seven Children In Pennsylvania The seven members of the Supreme Council of the Catholic Benevolen Association in session at Scranton Pa this week are not believers in race sui cide for at an informal census taken iit was discovered that they are the father of seventyseven children Four of these men are from Pittsburg and they have had fifty children Trustee M J Clark heads the list with eighteen of whom five are dead and he says he believes thirteen is an unlucky number Grand President M J Max well has eleven Grand Secretary J W Sullivan has seven and Trustee F J Brady fourteen Of the other three Paul J Powers of Philadelphia has nine B A Kelly of Carbondale eleven and J B Fox of Bradford seven CHRISTIAN BROTHERS NOVITIATE In preparation for the opening of the summer novitiate term the Christian Brotbers are pleased to announce that owing to recent promotions in the senior department of the Normal Institute they are prepared to receive a limited number of candidates for their order to fill the vacancies thus occasioned As the accommodations are limited it is desired that application be made at the earliest possible date Applications received after the required number is received will be reserved for the next vacancies For particulars address Brother Alfred Calvert Hall College Baltimore This is an excellent opportunity for deserving young men whose circumstances will not permit then to pay for their training ELECT SEVEN Seven young men were elected mem bers and three initiated into Unity Coun cil Y M I of New Albany and many more have promised to send in their applications Tuesday night resolutions were passed upon the death of Father Kelly late rector of Holy Trinity and a requiem mass was ordered for the repose of his soul Messrs Joseph Kleer William Conliff and Herman Gohmann were reported sick The reception and dance that was postponed will take place Monday night at Mannerchor Hall RECORD BREAKER The No 8 Engine Company jof the fire department now has the reputation of having the fastest reel horse in the city having broken all records for fast runs in the last several months Jim Sexton is the driver and is bearing mod estly the compliments that he receives frequently for his spirited handling of the reins He has a competent teacher in the person of Capt Pat Minton who in long years of service has obtained quite a reputation as a brave and suc cessful fire fighter TORPEDO INJURY Andrew J Meagher the well known railroader was slightly injured in the right leg by the premature discharge of a track torpedo listl Tuesday Andy rays the only inconvenience suffers is that he is not able to walk around and call on Ms many lady ifrieads HIGHHON- ORI I Jesuit Provincial Has Lost IUglrt Arm Ho May Say Mass Dispensation Barely Granted Is Conferred Upon Rev Luis Martin S J Missionary Isaac Jogues the Only Other Instance This Was Allowed ANOTHER WILL ASSIST AT MAST The Pope has announced that he will confer the extraordinary honor on the Rev Luis Martin S J the Provincial of the Jesuits of allowing him to still say mass although his right arm has been amputated One of the strictest rules of the Catholic church is that in regard to what are designated the can I onical fingers of the priests They are specially anointed with holy oil when the priest is ordained In celebrating I mass the priest immediately after he has placed the Sacred Host on the cor poral after the elevation joins the thumb and index finger of both hands and never separates them until the commun ion is over unless he touches the Sacred HostIt will be remembered that Father Martin owing to a cancerous affection had to have his whole right arm ampu tated three weeks ago This would ordinarily have prevented his ever cele brating mass again When the Pope learned of the operation and that Father Martin was rallying from its effects he said that so beloved a priest should not be deprived of the consolation of his daily mass Another priest will have to assist him at the altar however New York has two notable instances of the ecclesiastical value set on the canonical fingers Father OReilly the late rector of the Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel on East Nine tieth street lost his life by an effort to save a canonical finger He injured his thumb while fishing and blood poison ing set in He refused to have it ampu tated and thus lose his right t6 say mass until it was too late to save his life The Jesuit missionary Father Isaac Jogues who it is expected will soon be canonized as New Yorks first saint had his thumb and four fingers hacked and bitten off in the most barbarous manner by the Mohawk Indians He escaped from their captivity and returned to Europe Pope Urban VIII hearing oCI his mutilated hands sent him a particu lar dispensation to celebrate mass LIKE A CHINAMAN New Catholic Bishop of Pekin Has the Mannerisms of the Heathen Rev J Freri D C L head of the Association for the Propagation of the Faith in this country at 027 Lexington avenue New York has been notified that Right Rev Stanislas Jarlin will succeed the celebrated Monsignor Favier as Bishop at Pekin Bishop Jarlin has been connected with the Chinese missions for twenty four years He is fortyfive years old and was made auxiliary Bishop of Pekin by the late Pope Leo XIII in 1899 Like Monsignor Favier the new Bishop of Pekin has become not only acclimated to China but has actually become a Chinaman in his dress food and manner of living He will be formally installed in the new Pekiti Cathedral built by the Chinese Government after the Boxer trouble Monsignor Favier according to the sta tistics of the Propagation Bureau leaves his successor 40000 souls to care for 753 missionary priests 287 churches and 942 stations The K tttcky Irish American doull kinds of firtrucejobpriatiagg- u j nL iMarketStreet Isn WILL REST John E Redmond the Irish Leader to Stay In Italy Four Weeks John E Redmond M P has left Lon don for a stay of four weeks in Italy The strain of the past twelve months continuous work in Parliament America and Ireland has somewhat told upon the honorable members health and he has been advised to take some weeks rest Mr Redmond affords a high example not only to the members of his own party but to the leaders of other parties as well by the assiduity and devotion with which he attends to his Parliamentary and general public duties While the House of Commons is sitting he is never absent an hour from its precincts No one in the whole assembly has a more perfect command of the entire run of its business It is not surpsising therefore that be should have to take a short rest from public work as no one can work so in cessantly in the House of Commons with out feeling the effect of it upon his con stitution IRISH TOBACCO First Crop of 1000 Pounds f Raised In County Meath The first tobacco grown and manu factured in Ireland for over a century and placed on the market under ordinary conditions will be on sale in Dublin and elsewhere throughout Ireland in five weeks time Jt has been grown by Col Everard of Randlestown in Meath who last year visited America and submitted some samples of it to connoisseurs who warmly commended it The tobacco is stated to be of excellent quality and the success of Col Everard in its culture and cure confirms the opinion long held by a section of Irish agriculturists that Ire land especially the Eastern portion of the country is perfectly fitted for tobacco culture The crop consists of about 1000 pounds MINSTRELS AND DANCE A night of fun and real enjoyment will be provided for all who visit Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday May 17 when a minstrels and dance will be given by people well known on the stage The proceeds will be devoted to a most worthy charity and the excellent pro gramme should attract a large audience Prominent on the bill will be Ned Risley the famous minstrel and monologist Sylvester Grove vocalist Thomas Clines comedian Peter Schreck Gus Meyer and other well known artists Tickets with reserved seats are only twentyfive cents Sylvester Grove who is well known to the Louisville public has been engaged for next season by the Schu mannHelnk Opera Comoany and this may be the last opportunity his local friends will have to hear him EUCHRE AND DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin ity Council have issued a large number of invitations for a euchre and dance that they will give next Wednesday afternoon and evening at the club house 718 East Gray street when many handsome prizes will be awarded Misses Anna Daley Maynie Kiely Josie Lawler Fannie Cunnlffe Marie Heveriu Emma Burkhart Julia Curran Stella Oehler and Mrs James B Kelly will comprise the reception committee and their guests are assured an evening of rare enjoyment ENJOYABLE EXCURSION What promises to be one of the most 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