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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I N i i iP t I oJ r I I AMERICAN v I t i I VOLl31iii XVINO16T LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 21 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS Jii t WAITING l Catholic Knliebt of America tr1 totr1i J4t I tilt fir Procenslon PromlVertI Iif the Proves to Bo fWeatburt + FuvaraUlr j J 1 GreafTlirongNiI1GreefPreel JJ 1 1 rfScutGaiHl MI and Other Visitors t r Ltt1 t- rlr 11 THE UNIFORM RANK IRI EVIDENCE PSiiT a f a Everything U In readiness for the great annual celebration of the Catholic Knights of America which is to be held tomorrow afternoon aod evening If the weather is propitious the parade will undoubtedly be one of the largest ever given by the Knights in this city The Central Committee and Its Entertainment Committee have worked bard to make the entire days programme a success It that member who is able is hoped every will take part in the procession in order of theappreciationto show a proper r importance of the occasion and also to President Gaudinencourage Supreme and his staff who will be the special guests Not only are the Knights urged to take but also to turn out part in the parade large numbers to hear Dr Gaudin and 6theother speakers In the evening at Macanleys Theater bringing their fam flies and Catholic friend who are not members of the order Thfe best way to aid a good cause is to give the truths concerning it the widest publicity The various branches uniformed Com panics and guests in carriages will assem ble at St Marys Hall Eighth and Gray son streets at 115 oclock where each branch and company will be assigned to Its proper station The procession must start at 2 oclock sharp in orderto reach St Martins church before the solemn vespers begin an hour later The Knights of St John have been invited to partici pate in the parade and will be given the r post of honor at the head of the column tyfollcome the Knights of St John leading the uniform rank who will be followed by the branches the guests in carriages bringing up the rear Major Michael Reichert and Charles Hill will marshal the two divisions and Very Rev Father Bax State Spiritual Director and the Rev Fathers Rock and Westerman have been invited to ride in carriages with the visitors The procession will move over the following route Eighth street to Walnut to Pith thence past the Cathedral to Jefferson to Third to Market to Brook thence past St Michaels to Jefferson to Jackson to Green thence past St Boniface to Clay then past St Johns Walnut to Shelby and St Martins church After the Knights are seated the solemn high vesper service will begin folk lowing which Rev Father Oble will deliver an address Benediction of the most blessed sacrament and a solemn Te Deum wlll conclude the afternoon cele bration The evenings entertainment Macau leys Theater will begin promptly at 8 oclock Of course the main feature will be the lecture by Supreme President Gau din who will give numerous and pleasing illustrations with the stereopticon incidental to the lecture Miss Frances Klueber will render vocal solos and the Concordla Singing Society will open the entertainment with a grand chorus William M Higgins editor of the KenI tucky Irish American will preside and introduce the Speakers The distinguished visitors will arrive this afternoon and evening and will be entertained while here by the Louisville Knights Supreme Preldent Gaudln Will S be accompanied tomorrow by Major Gen Kadeski of the Uniform Rank Inspector General Beckmau and Supreme Trustee Peter Wallrath of Indiana State Presil dent Altenburger jof Ohio State Presi dent Henry Howerof Kentucky Judge Michael T Shine and John J Score Supreme delegates and the other Ken tucky State officers all of whom have been invited to take part in the festivities V r a 04 KEENAN FARRECL- wr t Miss Mayme Keenan and Joseph Far telUjwere united in matrimony at St Patricks cInurcb at7o+ clock Nednesda morning The sacred edifice was crowded whenthe bridal party entered the church + The only attendants were the ushers Thomas Keenn Jr John Farrell fp4vil Maloney rail Daniel JUwlerThie bride wore a beautiful gown of whit and the regulation bridal wreath and veil The Very Rev Patter Crbnin perf formed the marriage ceremony after which the Bfcjfly wedded couple wer- given e 1 seats Tnn the sanctuary while nup tlal high mass was being celebrated At ti the close of mass Father Cronla tpoki briefly to Mr and Mrs Irarrellonl thet duties of the married state The bride naturally prepossessing wall radiant will good nature as the bribai party paNed down t aisle atei tbeleeremoniea r ltit1JYIy 11i h 1t1it the eereisrony also called at tk- iit4w woveeflteriki3tstt parbtita i22i West Market street while Mr and Mrs Farrell held an allday reception Mrs Farrell is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keenan and has been popular iin Irish Catholic sociall circles for severall years Mr Farrell Is bookkeeper for the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehous Company and has received many con gratulations on winning such a beautiful and charming bride The young couple have begun housekeeping at 2215 Floyd street A pleasing feature of the wedding was the violin duets rendered by Grant and William Kilkelly the two little sons of James Kilkelly The little fellows played while the reception was being held at the Keenan residence T NEW THINGS u 1t HI t i t Mackln Connell Blazes the Way In Y M 1 Affairs L v r I i KiMackin Council Is continually doing new things and at the meeting Tuesday night plans were laid for several innova tions which are to begin in the imme diate future Ben usdetmore and John Schaefer were reported well and Presi dent Raidy congratulated the members on the fact that for the first time in months the council was without mem ber on the sick list Five applications were received and two new members were obligated Chairman Bachman off the committee in charge ofthe euchre to be given next Thursday night reported arrangements well in hand and asked that five more men be added to his com mittee President Raidy accordingly appointed James Mullarkey Louis Haas John Stewart Thomas E Clines and George Weozel to assist the committee appointed at a former meeting Ben Sand who had been appointed Chairman of a committee to arrange a date and select a site for the annual outing submitted a proposition from Fontaine Ferry Park After some dis cussion the proposition was accepted and it was officially announced that Mackin Council would hold its annual picnic at that place on June 21 President Raidy appointed the following committee to complete the arrangements Ben Sand Louis Kieffer Will Daly D O Patton John Boland James T Shelley R W Galway Thomas D Cliues Mal Shaugh nessy and Frank Lanahan The council voted to attend the bazar given by Unity Council in a body on Thursday night It also appropriated handsomeaumtobeepegthyJxrestdeA Raidy at the bazar in behalf of Mackin CouncilIt announced that at the next meeting a new order of things would prevail under the head of good of the order fTwo questions will be submitted at each meeting and are to be answered by some member or members at the next meeting The questions submitted Tues day night were What do we mean when we say the Pope is Infallible and What is Ascension day Any member of the council has the right to answer either or both of these questions Begin ning next Tuesday night Mackin will hear two addresses at each meeting OB subjects relating to Catholic church his tory and kindred subjects The mem bers selected to make these talks next week are Louis Kieffer and John Kinney WORTHY CHARITY Combination Books For St Leos Church Are On Sale The rectory of St Leos new church at Highland Park is nearing completion much to the gratification of the Rev Father John J Fitzgerald Work on the church is also progressing favorably Father Fitzgerald is busy disposing of his combination books and will be extremely thankful to all woo aid him in his work He also hopes that several of the societies of Catholics will arrange entertainments to aid him iu completing and furnishing his church and rectory St Leos is the youngest parish in the diocese and Is in every way worthy of favorable consideration by all who have at heart the success of every work under taken for the salvation of souls and the spread of Gods kingdom on earth The prizes mentioned in the combination books will be disposed of pa uIy7 Each ticket and they are only ten cents apiece entities the bold ton chance on the followingarticles A Belgian clock ten dollars in gold a willow rocker one years subscription to the Glaubensbote a ladys batof the latest style five dollars in gold an Edison phonograph twenty rosaryyo Yeats subscription to the Kentucky Irish American a IRISH ACTOR i hadea letter during the presenteek from his cousin James dockran V former Louis ville boy whose mow winning laurels on the stageass refined Irish comedian Young Cockranloft J obisville several t years ago aadliad apparently no ambi i tion for the stager While in the West hU histrionic talent developedI and he p played efll111a8 aa amateur sad then as a profewiopal through the West I ern States eventually reaching Chicago where hewonireshJaurets The young actor is now in New Yorkbtit expects to e cesaetohoalstillewith 4 somaaticIris- y k draeraearlq aextiiisar n J REASONS Catholics Adorn Their Churches to luHnlre a Feeling ot Respect The Majesty of+ God Is Superior toVAiiy Earthly J b PowerJ Nh y Net Apparel Ij Worn Duftiiar 1 Tltrio of Great Feasts tiii i ART IS DAUGHTER OF RELIGION i r i The local catholic churchea were all handsomely adorned Easter Sunday and the outlay for flowers candles etc if aggregated would amount to a very considerable figure Hence the materialists of the present day ask Why spend so much money on churches and their orna mentation Was not the Saviour born in a stable at Bethlehem Did He not Institute the Eucharist in the room of an innThese questions are not new and the theolugians of the church have been answering them for 1900 years These queries remind one of Judas murmuring against Magdalen who had poured the precious ointment on the feet of the Saviour The modern Judasesrail against luxury in churches but they desire it in theaters and public places of entertainment There must be a certain luxury In churches because it is necessary to give men a high idea of the Divine Majesty and to make worship deserving of respect External pomp must be used to excite this respect and devotion Unless the people find in religion the same magnificence that they find in civil ceremonies unless they see as pompous a homage rendered to God as is rendered to earthly powers what idea will they form of the greatness of the Master they adore This is the question asked and answered by St Thomas the great Dominican theologian Catholics adorn churches not because God has any need whatever of this magnificence but rather because we have need of it in order to raise Quraelurs snwrudraHinil Wakmight to offer Him our gold our riches our mas terpieces of art because it is a duty to render the homage of all these things to Him from whom wealth and talents comeBy being born in a stable by institut ing the sacrament of the Eucharist in a room our Lord wished to show his immense love through his simplicity and poverty He also wished to show that He would dwell in the thatched chapels of the poor an well as in the Cathedrals of the great Catholic worshipers alao believe in adorning their own persons ou great feast days The custom of new and handsome clothing at Easter has come down from the earliest days of the church One ought to be if possible belter dressed on great feast days in order to show more respect for God In order to acknowledge that all goods come from Him and that all ought to be con secrated to his service There are many pious Catholic mothers particularly among the Irish even in these days who will not permit any member of their families to go anywhere with a new dress or new suit of clothes until they have first worn it to church The outward apparel should remind one of purity of soulAgain theologians teach and our own senses appreciate that art is the daughter of true religion The artist who does not believe in another life who does not behold above his head a world more per fect than ours to which his soul may take flight for models and inspirations Is dead even in this life For him there is no poetry no future no glory It is at the altar of faith alone that the lamp of genius is lighted It is to the Catholic church that the world owes the Virgins of Michael Angelo the Gothic Cathe drals the chants of the Preface Te Deum Stabat Mater Laud Sion and the Dies Irae These are only a few of many reasons why the Catholic faithful believe in making their houses of worship grand and luxurious URGENT REQUEST Members of Branch 25 C K of A iAsked to Parade Tomorrow Branch 25 of the C K of A held a well attended meeting Monday night President William T Meeban occupied the chair and urged all to participate in the procession tomorrow afternoon and also the lecture atM cauleY 8 Theater tomorrow night Messrs B J Mann and Charles J Desce distributed the invitations gotten out by the Central Committee The Secretary was instructed to notify absentees that they were urgently requested tube in line on Sun day afternoon The sentiment of the entire meeting wsa tbat it WM the impera tive duty to make a tpkadld showing is tomorrows rreeiesieap The members of Cprapaay B Uaiforta Rankjmode thttt Irst ykit to the teatick f U I dt 1 J IIJu R u 0 c All of them were former members of Branch 25 The splendid showing they made left a favorable impression Several addresses of congratulation were made and the members pledged themselves to do all in their power tp increase the membership of Company B On motion oJ Secretary E T Mann aai handsome donation was made to enable the Central Committee to carry on Its effective plan of campaign GREAT TIME Hibernian Initiation to be Held oiDivisionI tGreat preparations have been made for the initiation tftbe held by Division 1 A O H on Tuesday evening The new degree teat organized by the County Board and made up of members of the four local divisions will confer the degrees It is the intention of the County Board to hold these initiations quarterly The first initiation will be under the10 auspices of Division 1 which has fourteen candidates to initiate but all the other divisions are urged to send their caudi dates for the de rees to this meeting Three months hence the initiatory ceremonies will be held under the auspices of Division tj and Divisions i3 and 4will follow in order After the exemplification of the ritual on Tuesday evening a social session and smoker will be held during which Capt Tom Riley will preside Refreshments will be furnished in abundance and the members of Division 1 invite every Hiber nian in the city Jo be their guest on that night Especially are the members of this division urged to turn out so that the new members may be greeted with a real Irish welcome a BRYCES VIEW New Chief Secretary Sees Hopeful Outlook For Ireland f The Hon James Bryce the new Chief Secretary for Ireland in a recent address delivered before the members of the St Patricks Club at Oxford said There are two ways of dispelling the illusion that Ireland is a country where agitation is always going on One is by the material improvement of the country and the other jjy cultivating the senti mental and romantic side of the Emerald Isle Both dfCHhesemovements have begun and the prospects for Ireland now are better than for many years past tI RECENT DEATHS Timothy Broderick and wife have the sympathy of many friends over the loss of their Infant son Daniel W who died at the family residence 333 Tenth street on Monday afternoon The little one was buried ou Tuesday afternoon Mrs Mary Burns died at her home 326 Eighteenth street on Saturday and her funeral took place from St Patricks church on last Tuesday morning The deceased was the wife of Daniel Burns and was highly esteemed by the com munity in which she lived Mrs Judith Russell ONeil aged eightyone years died at the home of her daughter Mrs Robert Blanks 1500 West Madison street on Tuesday morning Mrs ONeil had passed nearly all her life in Louisville and was highly respected by all who knew her The funeral took place from the Church of the Sacred Heart on Thursday morning John Daly died at the boarding house of Mrs Catherine McDonald 1460 High street early Easter Sunday morning The deceased was fortynine years old and had many friends in the West End The funeral took place from Dougherty McElliotts undertaking establishment 1231 West Market street on Tuesday and the requiem mass was celebrated at St Patricks church The funeral of Mrs Catherine ONeil who died at her home 1126 West Oak street on Holy Saturday afternoon took place from St Williams church on Tuesday morning and was attended by a large circle of mourning friends The deceased was born in Ireland sixty years ago but came to Louisville when quite a young woman IIer husband Michael ONeil passed away several years Ago She is survived by five children John ONeil Officer Michael ONeil Mrs John J Mc Closkey of St Louis and Misses Maggie and Katie ONeil who resided will their motherAdam Liebel one of the best known citizens in Jeffersonvillc died at his home on Tuesday afternoon the result of a complication of diseases The deceased was fortythree years old and always took a prominent part in Catholic affairs in his home city He was for severall years Trustee of St Authonys church and Treasurer of Branch 54 C K of AHls widow and three children survive to mourn his loss T1tefaaeral took place from St Anthonys5 church on Thursday morning and a solemn requiem mass was sung by the Rev Father Kaiser of Jef fersoHvIlle and Rev Fathers Paul All and SeraphlmSchlang of Louisville CHECK FOUND Jean English trf 1724 Duncan street foHBd a eteeck far 83460 drawn loa the ioaNatlosalJkskFoTHIIIIrJ The owsw oaa recover the cheek by ealHajJI- f Sttbiso ee aad Mwtlfyisg We property 1 111 i If AWFUL I Suddnn Death For Thousands iu Beautiful City of Sou Francisco Public Bulldlngx and Churches Wrecked and Debris Burned The Generous American People Offer Aid Bo lorn Annl8t ance Was Asked PROPERTY LOSS DP IN MILLIONS A succession of earthquake shocks wrecked half the building in San Fran cisco on Wednesday morning and the seismic disturbance was rapidly followed by numerous fires in various parts of the city As we go to press the fullextent of the damage done is unknown though the loss of life will probably exceed 1000 ind the property loss has been estimated at more than 200000000 According to the most authentic accounts this is the greatest calamity that ever occurred in the United States Thousands upon thousands of people have been left home less and destitute A few fortunate ones owned tents and these have been set up In the parks and public squares The whole State of California felt the earth quake shocks and ruin was left in their wakeIt in San Francisco that the calamity is most appalling The City Hall erected at a cost of 7000000 has been destroyed St Ignatius church and the Jesuit college adjoining it were wrecked by the earthquake and debris destroyed by firs This means a loss of 3000000 to the Jesuits St Dominics church erected at a cost of 300000 is so badly wrecked that it will have to be pulled down St Marys Hospital was par tially wrecked and then destroyed by fire St Anns church was wrecked and the pastor and people knelt in the street beside the ruins and prayed to God in thankfulness that their lives had been sparedThe seismic movements destroyed the usefulness of the citys water supply and thtsalidedt9ahe terribje l1Yllli Factories had to be closed down and business was generally suspended Mayor Schmitz proved equal to almost every energency and since the first hour of the catastrophe has been busy directing relief work Gen Funston had 3000 Federal troops patrolling the city within a short time after the calamity and the soldiers were ordered to shoot anybody caught pilfering from dead bodies or wrecked houses Four men were thus summarily executed before sundown Wednesday While nothing definite has been heard it is probable that the homes of the various divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in San Francisco have been ruined and that the many councils of the Y M I have suffered in like man neroMany of our residents who have relatives in Sau Francisco are worried because they have been unable to hear from them- Although the disaster IS appalling the fact that messages offering aid and sym pathy from every section of the country served to show that the Americans are a generous people Thousands of tenders of aid have been made by the Mayors of many cities and the United States Con gress ordered the Federal authorities to issue tents and supplies to the destitute and homeless As we go to press the dispatches are bringing news of additional disasters The latest reports show that besides San Francisco twenty towns in California have been destroyed and others are in course of destruction by fire At San Jose two hundred lives have been lost while one hundred perish d when the insane asylum at Santa Clara was destroyed Every hour the story grows worse It may take weeks to properly estimate the loss of life and propert- yCHARMED INDEED But Col Theodore Poppe Was Also Watched Sunday Afternoon Col Theodore Poppe commander of the Knights of St John in the three Falls cities is very happy this week The rea son of his joy is that he has been made aware of the fact that he has beep remem bered by his fellow Knights and by his family For fifteen years he was Captain of St Michaels Commandery and about January 1 was elected Colonel of the whole battalion He carries on an extensive grocery business at Eighteenth and Gallagher streets but always finds time to attend the meetings and drills of his knights Col Poppe was very active in the fee r tivitieeatSt Peters church OH Easter Sunday when the Rev Father Ahlhaaa duringtheafternoon When the church ceremonies concluded the Knights assembled id theirball at Sevfateenth au4 So tkgate streets apparently for the parpeee ef dlabawiiBKi The Rev Father Jereate Preles r O M Cwa awaiting them jri i s I di iSii U the ball and said he had a few words to sayIt had been a charming day he said filled with charming incidents and graced by many charming people He wanted- to complete the day by charming Col Theodore Poppe in behalf of Capt Breen and the pther members of St Michaels Commandery With this Father Preisse handed Col Poppe a handsome gold watch charm emblematic of the order Col Poppe was so completely taken by surprise that he could only murmur ia few words of thanks An ample supply- of refreshments were on hand and all made merry for an hour 6r more Mrs Poppe had been let Into the secret and when the Colonel reached his home his little daughter ran up crying Papa hers is a box to keep your charm in When he opened the box he found a beautiful gold watch a present from his wife Now is it any wonder that Col Poppe smiles ENCOURAGING Large Attendance and Great Enthusiasm Hibernian Meeting Division 3 was the first of the local Hibernians to meet after Lent and its meeting on Monday night was encour aging both in point of attendance and in the enthusiasm displayed President Patrick Welsh presided End all the offi cers were present Enthusiasm began to make itself felt when the announcement was made that no member was sick It thatIand it swelled to grand proportions when not one bill was presented National Director Butlcr who was one of a committee from the order to wait upon Congressman Swagar Sherley and enlist his support of the bill to erect a national monument at Washington to the memory of Commodore John Barry the father of the American navy reported that our Congressman hind promised to do all in his power to pro mote the passage of the proposed bill through the House This report was another cause for enthusiasm Tames Coleman in a brief address told what the Catholic Knights of Amer ica were doing and in their behalf invited the members of Division 3 to l1tM9leysi Coleman was instructed to notify all the members that they were invited to ttiud It was also announced that the election of delegates to the State convention would take place at the next meeting hence a full attendance is desired Pres ident Welsh congratulated the members on the fact that 00 per cent of the divis ion paid their respects to the mortal remains of Michael Quinn on the night succeeding his death He also commented on the fact that the members had shown the proper Hibernian spirit in attending a mass for the repose of his soul on Monday of Holy Week Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan delivered a brief but feeling address on the spirit that ought to actuate Hibernians Above all he urged that members of the order abstain from the practice of knocking on each other and on other divisions On motion of Patrick Holley the division unanimously decided in favor of a joint picnic to be given under the auspices of the four divisions I a FULL FORCE Branch 6 will Have All Members in the C Kof A Parade Branch 6 C K of A the largest branch in the city held a big meeting in St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray streets on Wednesday night with Qscar Meyer presiding Three new members were received and obligated While the meetingwas in session a delegation from the Central Committee was hospitably received Short talks were made by Charles J Desse John J Score Charles Falk John Schalda and Col Ratterman President Meyer and other members of the branch pledged themselves to have every out of the 200 men in line in the procession tomorrow afternoon The branch also made a nice appropriation for the Central Committee The repre sentatives of that body thanked Branch 0 for its extreme courtesy a CAPT QUINN5 TROUBLE Capt Michael Quinn thief of the bureau of violations and auxiliary fire appliances of the Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens New York and one of the Supreme Trustees of the Catholic Knights of America has had llots of trouble since March 1 His estimable wife tniTered six weeks with pneumonia and pleurisy and is only now able to walk abouther room A sister to whom Mrs Quinn was much attached died on March 3 The sad news was received here this week by Joseph P McGinn Capt Quinn has many friends here who extend their sympathy in his time pf trouble a FIRST COMMUNICANTS The boys and girls of Stj Mary ilagda leaS parish who are of proper age and sufficiently instructed will receive their first boly tmllulOfl aad confirmation at the 690 oclock mage ea Suaday AfifH M Father WillUm hi proud e the p agree HMide by tkecklMrea h i o n n FIRSTMASSP- eoplo of St Peters Parish Celebrate Dual Festival ou Easter Former Parishioner Officiates- at the Divine Altar for First Time Father Leo Greullch Speaks Eloquently on Dignity of Priests ST MICHAEL COMMANDER AS ESCORT Easter Sunday was a double occasion of festivity for the people of St Peters congregation In addition to the solem nlty of the feast of the resurrection it was the first time that one of its own boys officiated at the holy mysteries of the mass The young priest was Father Sylvester Ahlhaus son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Ahlhaus of 1607 West Kentucky street Father Sylvester as a small boy attended St Peters parochial school Nine years ago he entered upon his studies for the priesthood under the tutelage of the priests of the order of Minor Conventuals He completed his studies at Albany and was ordained by the Right Rev Bishop Burke on March 31 He deferred celebrating his first mass until Easter Sunday and then had the privilege of celebrating it in his home parentsbrothersThe ceremonies were Impressive and gladsome The members of St Michaels Commandery Knights of St John assembled in their hall under command pf Capt Joseph Breen and proceeded to the ungIKnightsi proI reachingithe acolytes and priests to pass through The officers of the holy sacrifice were gather Ahlhaus celebrant Father Leo reulich assistant Father Jerome Prels ser deacon and Father Paul Vollrath subdeason wasftZ Father Ahlhaus admlnisteredcom munion to his father mother and other members of his family The sermon was delivered by the Rev Father Leo Greulich who spoke in Ger man He dwelt upon the dignity of i priesthood This dignity comes frou therepresentative instituted the priesthood I have chosen you and not you me FatherJLeo told peoplehowto one work the salvation ofsouls He brought out the beauty of religious life and showed that the religious priest is doing the willof his superior Jesus Christ just as He did the will of his Father in heaven As Christ had nothing of his own neither has the religious priest any possessions in his own name Father Leo also spoke about the great sacrifice a priest made in taking the vow of chastity On this subject he said Christ gave no command butjdid counsel priesthoodisthe eyes of God and man St Peters parish ought to rejoice that at last after an existence of fifty years God has chosen one of it members toserve at his altar What Alban Stolz said concerning the married state that a childless mar riage was like a tree without leavescan equally be applied to a parish from whose boundaries no priest Is sprung Such a parish is not complete something is wantingAll families trace back their origin for hundreds of years and do so with pride The priesthoodJltraces its origin to Jesus Christ to Godjhhaself St Augustine calls the priesthood a tree whose roots are anchored in heaven while its branches cover tbejwbole earth The speaker also pointed out the sacri fices that bad to be made by a young man studying for the priesthood He drew a comparison between the esteem of the people for their sovereigns and for their priests In conclusion hejexplained that the priest is all charityjjand the best friend of the people He his nothing to himself i since he can not administe sacraments to himself butmust re them from another Therefore he for you In the afternoon the same clerf elated atsolemn espersandlStMlc againlactedaaaguhonorto FstherAblhaus will remain in th another week Hejiis spending me tits time with his parents at 1607 Kentucky streett AtJthe expiratloi hia vacation he will go to the Collegi the Minor Conventuals at Trenton N 4 where he will be engaged In teaching for ein Indefinite period t THEIR FIRST The children of St Johns parish will- malcetheirr first holy cewrtraniotfoit Sun day April 29 The Very Rev Father Bax will officiate at the tease and for the fifUfth 8ow atlye year futaiaUttr the sacramentof the Hoty Eucharist to s- 1arrgecleee eIdia tie MHC ctmrei l1I h rc HiBItciIRI8H AlWERIOAN i K6NTU6KY IRilt fllEftlGP s I j Iterated to the Morel aNd Social Advascesdelt of ell irfah Amerlaa ft KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS ftUUSCHIPllON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH SINGLE COPY SC I entered at the LoMlavltte Postofflce as SecondCU Matter Uaitiisil lotlll ICallonl tn the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANJ26 West Orcen Slreit LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 21 1906 I MATRIMONIAL SHOWS Matrimony is one of the seven sacraments installed by our Divine Lord and Saviour for the salvation of our souls It is as important to receive that sacrament worthily as- it is to receive any of the other sacraments A wedding ought to- be the occasion of great joy but for vulgarnever on opportunity display Marriages between Cath olics must of necessity be performed in a church A church is not a playhouse where people go to chatter and gossip but the earthy abiding place of our Divine Redeemer Neither does the church belong to the contracting parties on the occasion of a wedding and the recent vogue of denying admission to Catholic churches to all who have not been supplied with ticket of admission shows vulgar taste iiis anything but edifying to Christian and smacks much of the newly rich and vulgar Pastors Qf churches ought to put their foot down firmly on the practice of people who wish to exclude all but their friends from the church and issue pasteboard cards of admission as if a theatrical entertainment was being provided insteadt of a sacra ment I MOTHER KATHERINE DREXEL There are heroines as well as heroes in these days Sometimes an act of heroism is performed on the spur of the moment and when jhtuhief actor recks little of the Lt jhenlan or woman whc deliberately goes about a grea t undertaking for the benefit of humanity and who has counted the time and the cost in advance is th real hero Such a person is Mother Katherine Drexel who since x881 has expended more than 1000 000 in educating the Indians Iron her earliest childhood Mother Kath erine has studied the condition of the Indians and in 1886 she entered a religious order where she spent three years of prepay ation for the life work she hac decided upon Cultured brilliant wealthy the head of one of the richest banking houses in America she retired from the world to give her life and fortune for the amelioration of the conditions sur rounding the American Indians Every cent of her money is spent under the direction of the Indian Department atlVashington She founded the Indian school at Chi locco Oklahoma The United States Government saw it was a nucleus for an excellent industrial school said took the management into its hands At present more than 700 Indian boys and girls are Enrolled there Mother Drexel Believes r in work and wherever it js possible she is teaching the Indians trades that will make them useful and selfsupporting It was r she who paid for the education of Father Albert Negahnquet a mem tf fot the Pottawatomie tribe and only thoroughbred Indian Calh priest in the world Mother el sent him through Carlisle the Catholic University and to Rome She has established y Indian schools throughout Cherokee and Creek nations i Is annually increewing the scope herworkOfsuch a woman America can be proud She is an honor to the country and a shining example lotthe whole world to fol low A i THB PRESENT DANGER M i IPresident RaaM7fllt is contis u11d9rniljbiiigs Many think that he iis too ambUfows and thattt- he fa always igforiew af worlds to conquer Not at all H- Is the exponent of the highest type of civilization at the present day President Roosevelt is performing his duty as a man and as chief executive of the nation His latest onslaught is directed against the beef packers and what h j bluntly terms a miscarriage of justice where they were concerned He covers the whole case when he declaresIITbe danger nowaday 5not that the innocent man will be convicted of crime but that the guilty will go scot free II ADVICE TO READERS The man or woman who reads should bear in mind the words of Cardinal Newman He saidliThe object of literature in education iiis to open the mind to correct it to refine it to enable it to compre hend and digest its knowledge to give it power over its own faculties application flexibility method criticalexactness sagacity address and expression The United States Suprem Court the most august judicia tribunal in America if not in the whole world has given Ithe divorc mills a black eye By an opinion headed down by Justice White ot Tuesday it was held that a State in which only one party to a divorce proceeding resides has no right to dissolve a marriage tie which aU other States must respect It iis now up to the several States to revise or altogether eliminate thei statutes separating husband and wife Catholics in America note with pride the cable reports showing that the appeal to the French peo pie for funds to support the par ishes since the concordat has beet broken has met with surprising results In many cases the con tributions have exceeded 5000 ia year Thus far enough has beet promised to warrant the assurance that no church in France will be closed for want of funds Our people should unite in thankfulness that our city was spared the calamity that has over taken San Francisco If the occa sion demands there is no doubt that our people will be generous in ren dering aid to the destitute people in the ruined city The daily press is devoting a lot of space to Maxim Gorky the Rus sian anarchist now sojourning in the United States This country should always be a home for the distressed but never a home for the wouldbe assassin regicide or anarchist The time for the big home com ing celebration is rapidly approach ing Brush up your business houses and homes Make Louis ville a paradise so that the wan derers wiltal1 be able to say There is no place like home CLOSES TONIGHT The bazar for the benefit of Unity Council New Albany has been a pro nounced success Prom the opening on Monday afternoon until the present time everything has moved like clockwork There has not been a dull minute since the affair opened Thursday night was IHikvUle night and the Y M I boys from this aide turned out ia large num ers Mackin Council being particularly well represented The bazar closes tonight HIS THIRD TERM tit f Frank M Fish r one of the most popular Republicans in Kentucky has been reappointed Postmaster Ht Paducah and his appolatuieat bees confirmed ittY the United Statue Senate This will be faki third term as Peatmaster sad his oIttia nee Iin ofRce HCU whit popntar approvalMrMer Iir prewiiitttt iM the Knights ef Ce4 ebtH aed sNMfMMjr riends ini Louisville A c- D l r t s IEl1Y i i iMrs John Hayes and daughters Misse Agues and Angela sailed for Naples on Saturday Col Jacob H Haager wife and daughter Miss Cordelia will not return from Hot Springs for two weeks Mrs John OConuelt entertained ber euchre club at her home on Zane street near Sixth Tuesday afternoon Thomas Camfield who was supposed to be at the point of death last week has improved materially during the past few days Miss Ethel Wathen who has been attending school at Nazareth spent the Easter holidays with her parents on Cherokee road Mrs Elizabeth Hogan of South Louis ville has gone to Brooklyn to niftlst at the bedside of her daugbter in law who Is seriously ill James P Hackett has gone to Bosto to consult with Eastern capitalists who are interested with him in mining properties in the West Miss Virginia Crutcher of Portland spent the Easter holidays with her sister Miss Ruby Crutcher who is attending school at Nazareth Edgar Cox of Anchorage a well know contractor spent the first part of the week in Louisville as the guest of his friend J J McClosky Miss Emma Fisher entertained the members of Branch 5 C K and In of A at her home 412 Twentysixth street Easter Monday evening The Young Ladles Euchre Club of Portland will resume its series of euchre next Monday evening when Miss Bridgi Riordan will be the hostess Martin Kelly of Ohio Falls Ind who was painfully Injured by a drawbar fall- Ing on his foot is very much improve and will soon be able to be out Mrs August Oetken who has been seriously ill at her home 213 East Market street New Albany during the pas two weeks is much improved William Renaud the well known letter carrier is enjoying his furlough fishing in Indiana His colleagues at Station lB expect a sumptuous flag dinner nhis returnMrs Richard Lawrence Condon for merly Miss Queenie Wathen arrived here Monday from Yonkers N Y to visit her parents Mr and Mrs J B Wathen Mr and Mrs John Coleman havi announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Margaret to Walter Symington Clark The marriage wil toke place in June Stephen Schaedler the coffee merchant who has been seriously ill at hii home 1612 Jackson street has recoverec sufficiently to be out and enjoy the pleasant weather James Noonan engineer at the Girls High School who was painfully injured while repairing the machinery several weeks ago is able to be out and is attending to his duties Barney Flynn proprietor of the West End bowling alleys has returned from Martinsvllle Ind whither he went to be treated for rheumatims He is fully restored to health James Shelley who is attending the Georgetown University Washington D C spent the Easter holidays in Boston the guest of a son of Congressman ONeal who gave a house party Mrs Dennis J Heffernan and Will Heffernan spent Easter Sunday at Geth setnani College where Mrs Heffernan children Thomas and Harry Grimes etc being educated Mrs Heffernan is much pleased with the progress made by her boys Harry Cassin son of United States Commissioner Henry Cassin and a mem berof the Illinois Central Railroad Company engineering corps left Monday for Atoka Tenn He will assist in constructing ten miles of railroad for his ompany Miss Lillie Siebert of Evamiville ecame the bride of J H Carrico of South Louisville on Wednesday morn inK The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father John OConnor at Holy Name church Nuptial high mass fol owed the wedding rites Miss Susie Mullaney who spent the Easter holidays with her mother Mrs John Mullaney 1110 Seventh street turned to St Catherines Academy on Vednesday Miss Mullaney is in the senior class and will graduate this year ihe is making splended progress in her Indies Miss Mahala ONeal and Clarence Abell two well known young people of Lebanon will be united in matrimony in- Stt Augustines church of that city on the corning of Tuesday May 1 Miss Neall is the daughter of the late J B- ONeel and the groomelect IIs connected with the Abell Cigar Company Mrs Mary Busy and Conrad Walsmlth were united in matrimony at Holy Name lurch on Wednesday the Rev Father Connor officiating After the cere any Mr and Mrs WalsmJth departed ror New York where they will spend tea lays with relatives The bride is the laughter of Freak McGuire audher fort mate husband isa foreman for the hewWytgorud Coslpasy MlM Katie L HHer and Michael J- Labbitt wareNrlted in mtilnrony at the ttktdMl rtetory ea Wednesday after lea Isairsdl rely after tke oertmony- he happy eosple departed OH a bridal i h- Q tour through the Eastr Oa their return theywill be at home to their Meads at 812 Third avenge Tke bride is apreUj antii popular girl and her husband is aI member of the well known firm of Millet StRabbltt at Center and Chestnut streets Barney Flynn will go to Lexington on Monday to spend several days with his friends Miss Mamie ONeil is suffering from typhoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Robert Gleason who is holding a good position at Frankfort spent Sunday with his family in Jeffersonville Frank McDonogh is rejoicing in the title of papa A young son has arrive at his home 1106 Sixth street Mrs Katherine Morgan who has been seriously ill at her home 622 Twenty Sixth street is recovering rapidlyII Alfred E Simon who spent the holidays with his parents Mr andEasterII Frank Simon has returned to college at Jasper Ind- Raymond Barrett was presented with a candy rabbit and Easter eggs by his fellow members of the Geraldiue Dramatic Club on Sunday afternoon I Mrs Theresa Jannsen of Montgomery Ala who visited her mother Mrs Cath critic Morgan 622 TwentySixth street returned home on Monday evening Messrs Prank and Andy Meaghe entertained a private party at the Princet Rink on Thursday night after the public session closed The crowd was large and a pleasant evening was enjoyed by al1 who participated Miss Bertie Gruber and Albert Ever stage well known people of the West End will be united in matrimony at 4 oclock on Wednesday afternoon at St Cecilias church The Rev Father A J Brady will officiate The first notable post Lenten wedding at St Louis Bertrand8Cburch will be that which will unite Miss Ellen Joyc and William A Hennessy in the boly bonds of matrimony The ceremony wUl be performed at G oclock on Wednesday morning The only attendance will be Martin Joyce a brother of the bride and Edward Toomey Mr and Mrs Henness will leave the same morning on a bride trip and will spend several days at New Orleans and other points of interest 1In the South Ou their return they will beat home to their friends at 711 Oldhat street The holy bonds of matrimony which will unite for life Miss Gertrude John and Peter Graf will be solemnized at St Anthonys church at 9 oclock next Wednesday morning the Rev Father Leo officiating Nuptial high mass will follow Miss Flony Johns a sister of the bride and Charles Graf a brother of the groom will be the attendants The brideelect is popular in West End society and possesses many accomplishments Mr Graf holds a responsible position with a well known firm of upholsterers No formal invitations have been issued but the happy young people desire their many friends to witness the marriage ceremony PURE POOD SHOW The Louisville Pure Food Show and Industrial Exposition now being held at the Horse Show building has been an unqualified success The people hay been generous in patronizing the enter prise and all have been well repaid for their trouble The articles displayed and the samples distributed show that Louisville merchants are alive to the spirit of the times JOSEPH P MOINN IMPROVED Joseph P McGinn the vetera n works in the ranks of the C K of A and Hibernians has improved sufficiently to be out enjoying the pleasant weather and will be able to resume his duties next week He will certainly be on hand tomorrow night to greet President Gau din and his staff SOCIAL SUCCESS The dance given by Mackin Council social club on Monday evening was the most successful ever held by that popular organization Mope thau 150 couples were in attendance and the dancing con tinued from 8 until 12 oclock All were loud in the praise of the ball since it has been painted and renovated POISONED The infant son of George Lawless of 1318 Fifteenth street was poisoned by andy Easter eggs on Sunday andwent nto convulsions The childs life was despaired of for several days At last icconnts it was somewhat improved buts not vet out of danger YOUNG MAN DEAD William Qninn aged twentysix years lied at the family residence 1622 Seventh treet on Thursday evening He was a IOn of the late Patrick Quinn and a nephew of Richard Quinn The funeral will take place from St Louis Bertrands church this morning HURT BY PALL rRaymond Barrett the well known indertaker was thrown bya fractious lorse Wednesday and sustained a severely sprained right arm It is feared that he will not be able to use it for a month BADLY BURNED Tim Lyons one of the pioneer members fther Hlberaiau order was painfully burned by the explosion of a gasoline Move at his home oa Eighth stretnHr aluut last Friday ntgbt His friends lesired his removal te St Anthonys Hotplta1but akrtqtwst obe allowed or remain with bid sMtherlsM fatally ftl renneoted Hie HIt and arms are- algfallyhiirs and it will be several WkJeH1M will W pile to be up alid otat Q I ailSn AIl ii MILITARY CARNIVALI IE PIKEEt BAND CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND NIGIiTlJl 1120uSENSATIONAL SHOWS20 7IIII SEE Princess JsJaIJ t JsJ Chauncey Moreland weighs 600 pounds sitandi U t l Wml JUHORSE SHOW BUILDING Foot of Filth Street Two Jolly WeeksApril 16 to 28 Every afternoon Every even- ingLouisville Pure Food Show AND INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION 150000 Display 35000 Worth of Samples Given Away7- 5EXHIBITORS75 Straubs Ladles Orchestra of New York will furnish the music Ask your grocer for tickets General Admission 25c Grocers tickets and lOc will admit auy one in the afternoon Grocers ticket and 15c will admit any one in the evening KNIGHTS I OF COLDMBIIS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where ia iptiatelargeThe members of Memphis Counci attended Sacred Heart church and also approached holy communion in a bod on Easter Sunday- Marquette Council of Brooklyn has ia- dramatic circle of unusual ability On the evening of April 30 the members viIJ give a performance for the benefit of the new church of St Martin of Tours Syracuse Council conferred the first degree on a large class on Wednesday night The second and third degree will be conferred within a few weeks The same council will send a class to Utica to take the fourth degree on May 30 Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made HINTS ON STYLE Black and white checks and stripe will apparently be worn to the point of monotony this spring Lovers of harmony in colors consider the new combination distinctly refreshing after the distressing purples and crushed reds of the winter Dull orange 01 brownish yellows hyacinths and blues moss greens cerise and various shades of violet are the favor ite relieving colors for the new black and white costumes Jet and steel are enjoying renewed favor and bead trimmings of unusual merit are to be seen on some of the late importationsMany taffetas are being made fcc general utility wear The short white skirt of this season is not the plaited model of last summer although that style is not entirely out of dateThose who made a specialty of tailored linens recommeud a plain many gored skirt with very wide flare at the bottom and closely fitting around the hips The bolero and pony skirt share the honors in the pique and linen suits Lace and embroidery are lavished upon the more pretentious type of linen frocks Ostrich tips are playing a conspicuous part in decorating spring and summer lats Light blue appears frequently in the new millinery and the big black with ight blue taffeta or velvet ribbon trim iiing is much in vogue Heliotrope trimming in its varied shad ing is charming Dark burnt shades of Leghorn and similar strains are especially liked for street hats Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made MICHAEL DAVITT BETTER Michael Davittnhe celebrated Irish leader was operated on for blood poison tig in Dublin on Tuesday His condition iIP greatly improved and the attend lug physicians consider him out of angerBobalensCubana Cigar 6c Beet made FORTY HOURS DEVOTION Forty hours devotion began in St Malioftbe Knobs church ia Floyd runty lad on Tuesday morning and onclnded on Thursday The Rev conIregatioa bad the a Fran- scan priest during the devotions MAMMOTH EUCHRE Mackla CeuciAwill Rive one of its moue euchre Vt tae elubhpuaeoai ibe l When You Want GOOD SERVICE USE THE HOME TELEPHONE BEST FOR BOTH Local I Long Distance Talks THE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone CoOPE- RATING 1 IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE Independent Long Distance Telephone and Telegraph CoI+1111 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IH 1 01 1 I 1 11 MIIIHH1 1 I 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 I 1 11tTHE NORTON COFFEE CO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main frHIIHM1 1 1 loH 1 1 1 H 1 1 H 11 H 11 101101 Ii 1 IyI1 HI1 1 1 Ii2H11 1 1 1 1 I 1 The above is a photograph of a section of a business building showing con dition of the joists when the Sackett Plaster Boards were torn down by firemen after the fire Manufactured for KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO INCORPORATED Phone 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 MACAVLEYSFriday and Saturday Evenings and Saturdai Mati- neeVIOLA ALLENI- n The Toast of the Tows 0 APARRTH8 PARK BBAUTIFUI Catering to women and children especially Week of April 22 Season of Vaudeville Opens in HOPKINS PAVILION A List of AII Star Entertainers Joe Welch In a quaint Hebrew specialty Pay Coley and Fay singing comedians Mildred Flora comedienne and wire artist Martlnetti and Syivesler clever comedy acroiwts Fields and Johnson comedians New polyscope with rare animated views EXTRA One More Week EXTRA I 2 Free Concerts Dally KRYL AND HIS BAND ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PRINCESS SKATING RINK Oaly ground floor rlak la city Old Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon 3 te 5 Nights 730 to 1080 SatUrdays extra 10 a ro AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS 16 CTS SKATING 16 CTS PHOENIX HILL PM Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOutings TbU beautiful park has heeD greatly improved this season and ie furnished with new equipments Par tiN or societies should coat the mans ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts evening of Thursday Aprilr 9ft The prizes will be both numiroua and panda tome BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY APRIL 22 KERNAN RIFES Baltimore Beauties BIG EXTRA ACTI Luba de Serena introducing her wonderful and sensational act Sports From The Et including a highly trained mountain bull two midget larva ponies and a troupe of performing dOlls OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as wo advertise All work guaranteed DR Hr JaJ COUCHMAN Dentist MI FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Cot NEW- WALL PAPER LATEST STYLES LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES We have everything tbit will melee pretty the parlor dining or steeping room and kitchen Only experienced work men employed Call and s eour priCK and you will save moaey tM HMM Pease 2735II Wm P5 SheridanJ lt 8UW MARKET ST 1 I 1t- V 4e 2 R4 J I t l 1WlPlc 1 ii NTUCKY IUSH AlIERICr i j t SURE YOURiLIPE NOW IN THE tholic Knights ofAmericahi- e j Iis the safest and cheapest Insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man bould protect his wife and chi dren by carrying a policy in this old Ind established life insurance organization In examination of Its rates will convince you of its superiority over all others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Insure now while you can and protect your loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de sired information will be furnished by officersand members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President HARRY A VEENEMAN Secretary 1 I 1 I 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I rII 1 i1 i i i11I 111l + t TRACY I H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBe i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS erriagOPurnilbed snort Notke on 1531 W MARKET STREET + + t + + + + t + + + + tt+ 4 + e9 + t + + t + + t + 4 + + 4tt ran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor 4 Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 i q iI ++ tit+ HI I t t t t J and Phones 2998 Carriages All Occasions All Calls par or Night W Market + ++tt + HHHH t AS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls attended to day or night Car riages for all occasion 1226 W MARKET ST PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Ju BARRETT i AND l 838 OKST 7UIHIN STREET 1 With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking Du of my late under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street J MRS J BARRETTS J T Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND Celled For sad OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10171009 W BROADWAY III It I ++ I I I I I I I IIII I IIII II tIltI I I 4II + E8 OKAiePAQXBB KO3UBWest Green Street CIOARB AijRANT CH COUNTER iV AND NKIH- Tttersoti Strutr ENT QUORS CIGARS DOM 3TEA Prop j I DANIEL DOUGHERTY Funeral Director Embalmer Both Furnished Answered Promptly 1231 SL 13th UJi I promptly furnished HOME FUNERAL DIRECTOR EMBALMER husband JOHN DR CHA WK PRACTICALHORSESHO Horses Delivered ue345 TAN ProprietorCumbiiSo LS Give you boys as education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky bytheXaverlanBrotherscIaefatlSdentiacand EquipptGymnasium KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing aad drewngladies arld chil dren specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable price All cane answered promptly day or night Home plt6ue1877 ic 24041 Payee t1 0ricrc The hefrt of Patrick Hanraliin whowa of rchandrealdnttacky about the year 1880al the he ru of Nora Kyanrdeceaiied who was a aster of said Patrick I undertied1adminlalratorof I hal late KanimoulltL H J SNYb Give US YOUR ORDER Irish OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET xxxxx HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- New Notes Division 6 of Minneapolis held a ball Wednesday night to raise funds to equip its baseball team The resumption of social sessions will be considered at the next meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary- Be on hand for the initiation Tuesday night A baud has been engaged to play popular Irish airs during the evening Every member of the order should be present at the meeting of Division 1 next Tuesday night to witness the initiation Division 4 will meet on Wednesday night and now that Lent is past the attendance at all the meetings will be greaterOwing to the unavoidable absence of Miss Mary Sheridan Miss Elizabeth King presided at the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary on Wednesday even ingDivision 4 should have a record break ing meeting Wednesday night Several important questions will be decided and plans arranged for awakening new life in this big division At Minneapolis a ball banquet and card social was held under the auspices of Division 3 and Division 2 Ladies Auxiliary on Easter Monday night trhe affair was well attended Members of the order in Dubuque have begun an agitation for the teaching of Irish history in the parochial schools if the plans go through the order will bear half the expense of the text books Capt Tom Riley Mike Tynan and William M Higgins who will have charge of Division 1s social session Tuesday have prepared another surprise and have arranged for ample refresh ments The Ladies Auxiliary has arranged a kitchen utiower in honor of Mrs Joseph Farrell The members will assem ble at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Keenan 1229 West Market street at 8 oclock Monday evening The Boston Board of Aldermen in concurrence with the Council has pasted an order requesting the school committee to include Irish history as an active course in the grammar high and Latin caml I Division 3 of St Louis held its annual aster Monday ball and the attendance as larger than ever Miss Margaret BMalley was elected Queen Miss Mary KRpach was elected maid of honor and EC chose as her assistants Misses Lucy BridgetIneye Hon Swagar Sherley Congress from this district in response to a Ittee from local members of the Shas promised to do all in his power ct the passage of a bill to erect a ilI monument to Commodore JohnI j This is setting the pace If jpunty in the various States were Ire a similar pledge the Barry lent is a certainty hs Cubans Cigar 6c Best madeI SUIT GENERAL DEAD Father Martin the yip Very Reverend General of the Jesuit order died in Rome on Wednesday The illustrious head of this Rreatgorder succumbed to cancer of tbe chest but his death hadI not been unexpected A year ago Father Martin submitted to the amputation of his arm as a result of cancer It was thought for a while that he would recover After several months a can cerous growth developed in bis cbeatI Since that time he continued to linkI steadily It is probable that an American will be elected to succeed him as head ofI the Jesuit order BISHOP SCALDING BETTER io-The Right Rev Bishop Spalding has BO fat recovered from the effects of the paralytic stroke of last year as to be able Isatillicommiwioniadded But I am far from a well man and I lopetstmYHrvlc will not be needed WELCOMeVISITORJ The Rev Father Edward Lynch of HendersonqpentMonday in Louisville While here he was the guest of iiisf t QOOD WORK PrintingvlFAIR Kentucky America II PETER M NnRml 8 8018 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREPN S- TCBTHOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 WJtflirsonSt Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention end satisfaction guaranteed C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Filth and Green Streets GEORGE TEBEAUS Third Rate Team In Third Rate League Makes Annual Start The Louisville base ball season opened here Wednesday afternoon with the same old annual glare of trumpets the same old promises by Manager George Tebeau but nevertheless the same old third rate ball team which will do a whole lot to counteract the booming of this city by the Commercial Club and other local organizations It seems a pity that the lovers of the great national game of base ball in this city will have to go through another season of poor exhibitions of the game while we read with envy of the great games and great players in towns like Cincinnati Clevelandand Detroit which are drawing no larger crowds than this town would if supplied with a team like those in the National or American leagues It has been rumored that Col J H Haager and other local ijentlenica are dickering for a big league for next season We earnestly hope this to be true as we fee assured that these gentlemen will not hesitate to spend a few dollars in the interest of the sport and do not like the present management put down fifty cents worth of cinders and then expect a vote of thanks from the city With practically the same team last year as the present one Louisville barely finished fourth and the fact that the other teams have strengthed greatly will probably push them down to sixth or seventh place this season Quite an hqnor for a great big town like Louisville isnt itj The Kentucky Irish American suggests to the managers of home coming week that they request Manager Tebeau to send his team on a trip before the visitors begin to arrive sad thus we can doa whole lot to hide our shame In that respect and not die prove our atatemeuts that Louisville is a growing tows in every way Bobzieas Cubana Cigar 6c Best made CHARITY LECTURE Archbishop Glennoa of St Louis will deliver the annual charity lecture for the benefit of the St Vincent de Paul Society of New York in Carnegie Hall in that dietingaleedyoungi an orator and his effort tomorow night will doubtless bring hundreds of dollars to the worthy poor C K of AEvery salaried agent of Jregular insurance companies talks Oft advantagesI of bis company but heIwho secure a Benefit Certificate withi I JIUablcfnI IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events gulled From Exchanges The Irish Society has granted 55000 for the relief of distress in Londonderry The Capuchin parish in Dublin con tains 1593 men who are total abstainers from intoxicants- It is stated that a large number of boys and girls are preparing to go to America from Kilglass and Slievebawn County RoscommonAt of the Propaganda it was decided to propose to the Holy Father the appointment of Monsignur Laurence Gaughran as Bishop of Meath Resolutions urging the Government expedite were adopted by the Limerick associa tionLord Fermoy has sold his Kilcullane estate in County Limerick at twentvthree years purchase with sporting rights to the tenants who have been forgiven all arrearsAt recent meeting of the Derry Port end Harbor Commissioners a proposition to erect a large dry dock for the port at an expense of 300000 was favorably consideredThe police station in County Loutb which hitherto had a district inspector head constable a sergeant and ten men has been reduced to a sergeant and four men John J Quirke a son of E Quirke of Tipperary has obtained eighth place in the United Kingdom at a recent exam ination held in Dublin for the position of Surveyor of Taxes Miss Ellen Murphy in religion Sister M Malachy Joseph daughter of Terence Murphy of Clogheen County Tipperary was received in the Convent of Mercy at 1sirenThe death is announced of the Rev T C Buckley of Mourne Abbey after a lingering illness He was one of the old est priests In the Cloyne diocese having been born seventyfive years ago in the parish of Banteer The Boyle Town Commissioners at the expressing been issued by the Estates Commissioners against tenants on the King Harmaa purchaseinstallmentsinstallmentsNews been received at Borrisokane County Cork that 15000 has been left to that town by the late Miss Clarke of Macclesfield England to erect a memo rial hall to the memory bf her late father who was the owner of large properties in and around Borrisokane The tenants on the Kilbree estate near Cappoquin have come to terms with the representatives of the owners Messrti French and Beamish of Cork and a few days ago the property was visited to ascertain the areas of the different hold ings and to mark off the boundaries By the will of the late Christopher Kearney of Dalkey stocks to the value ArchbishopWa1sh ing of a bourse or free place in Clonliffe College in Dublin and 3000 to various Catholic charities in the city and county John Sheehan borough poor rate col lector son of Thomas Sheehan of Clon mel was killed on the railway at Powers town about a mile outside the station Deceased bad been visiting some friends at Powerstown and was returning to Tannersrath by the railway line when the accident occurred At the meeting of the South Roscom mon Executive of the United Irish League John Fitzgibbon stated that the most effective way of bringing about the roe popultios nomic holdings ranging in size front fifteen to thirty acne The greatest public regret was mani tested at the untimely and unexpected death of Cornelius C Reidy of CordalII- County Kerry Deceased was a clerical student and was within a few years of his ordination to the priesthood lie had been il for only a short time and his demise came with a painful shock to his family and friends Hli college course was a dikiinguished one and gave every II omi FRflNKfEfltI i INUORAI Brewers and B LOUISVILLE K- YDRINK brau PilseneiI f BREWED B- YSmN ACKER BREVING COlDXNOORPORATEDTB- LRPHONR 4LOUXMVXLLe PABST BEE ALWAYS PURE Brewed carefully jsele hops permitt brewery until properly A TeLePHONe Louisville BranchFourteenth Haiti 1913 THIS WIEDEMA r BREWING COMPAN Celebrated Draught and Bottle Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for strength Gruber Deuser Managers Louisvih ASK FOE DIERSEN FINE DARI BEERTelephone 1137 j ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MAD onT i r WAITERS 1 Clay=Street CLAY Brewery I Telephone 2093 from and never 1ot3O and Cumb Phone purity 812 and 814 JOHN F OERTEj BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY I CREAM COMMON 14001404 Story Avenue 891 LOUISVILLE JCY HENRY HUNOLD DBAIBR IK Staple and Fancy 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PBANNON M L BANNOW P BANNON JR V President Vice Pres A Gen Mgr Treasurer Kentucky Vitiflo4 INCORPORATED Brick CDo 1 lWEtriu4aOn1rer of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STRE19 AND ROADWAYSI 9S St Wak uagaont Are 9th d IOt- hLfPH tOO OOI Special Sale of Bibles Rosaries StatlonerY1iin black red and Iso a choice oo of celluloid ba se books contain all the prayed to be recitedon first coinnmf Prices from I9c to I 225 j pr EpisdJ Bpooks Common Prayer with M IJKached come in red black andather Prices from 98c too Z with black Morocco covers gilt ges good readable print Prices 5c to 350 ew Testaments With or without alms covered in blqck and white our rices range from 25c to 85c RosariesIn pearl white garnet blue and lavender our prices are attractively low they range from lOc to 450 il BET THIRD AMD MOVING ALONG Trinity Council Has Several Enterprises Under Way Trinity Council held a splendid busti ness meeting on Monday night Frejl dent Martin was unavoidably absent so John L Cuniff was elected President pro tempore Four applications for men ber hip were received and the foliowln members were obligated Charles Elllng George Kleier Frank E Hertel Williao P McGovern William Otte Sr and William Otte Jr Henry B Strube and Thomas Camfield were reported on tbe sick list while William Gast and John Ludwig were reported improving Job Volt Is entirely recovered- A communication from William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American was read inviting the men bers of Trinity Council and their friend to attend the lecture to be given at Micauleys Theater Sunday night by Dr Felix Gaudin Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America On motion of Thomas Garvey the Invitation was accepted and as many of the mem bers of Trinity Council as possible wil be present tomorrow evening It was announced that the eighth annual ban quet of the council would be held at the Galt House on the evening of Thursday May 3 The menu will be fastidious enough to satisfy din epicure and the coal will be 1 a plate No invitations will be issued outside the council save to the Supreme officers but the members will i have the privilege of bringing them wives or sweethearts It was also announced that Trinity would hold its annual outing at Fontaine Ferry Park on Tuesday May 22 Trinity Council now has more than 400 members and steps were taken to increase it to 475 prior to the end of June Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Best made DIED AWAY FROM HOME Bernard J McCloskey well known commercial traveler whose home is in Indianapolis was taken ill in this city last week He was sent to St Anthpnys Hospital where he died Sunday night At his bedside when he passed away were his loving wife and two sisters Mrs Tealy and Miss McCloskey Charles J OConnor and Dan Kane representing the Louisville Knigbts of Columbus accompanied the remains to Indianapolis where Grand Knight Christopher OCon nor took charge of the body Deceased stood very high in the Itidlanapolli coun cil and the Knights turned out in a body to attend the funeral Mrs McCloskey was formerly Miss Margaret Kane and she bus many friends in Louisville who sympathize with her In her grief The family of the deceased praised highly the attentions they received from our ocal Knights Bobziens Cubana Cigar Si Best FONTAINE FERRY PARK The warm and beautiful days of the past week brought additional crowds to ontaine Ferry Park and if the weathers propitious the second week of the season will open with a greatly increased ttendance Hopkins Pavilion will open oday for the season of summer vaude llle There will be two performances tally and the bookings that rare entertainment is In store for the patrons of the resort New scenery has been provided and the pavilion will be newer and brighter than ever The company ngaged for the opening of the season is one of the best aggreatlons of entertain ers In the country All the park devices and the resortare now in operation lever looked prettier than now The new devices have proven popular 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Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1011 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick I DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month 1PresidentPatrlck J Welsh Hennessy Dennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler Sergeant atArotsThomas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month MurphyViceRecording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly Sergeant at ArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbrb DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJobn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y JWC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street RaldyFirst J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat ton Recording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not ulip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co oUouiavil1e Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third sad Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KJIPTOK INVI8IBIB BIFOCAL for Kentucky BLESSED BY POPE His Holiness Pope Plus X sent his apostolic benediction to the American Federation of Catholic Societies for Easter gunday The communication was AnthonyMitremunicated it to the subordinate branches of the Federation all over the tfttlted States FpUr Tplephbjnaa twelve gons anJi tarsesthisJ rliT MILITARY CARNIVAL Secures the Best Attractions of Their Kind in This Country Public interest in the coming carniva andworlds fair that will be given for the benefit of the new armory by the Firs Regiment K S G from April 30 to May 12 has been thoroughly awakened and the event promises to be one of the biggest affairs of its kind in the history of Louisville amusement enterprises The first day will be devoted to the military and the entire regiment will be out in full uniform Governors day will be celebrated on May 5 and on this occa sion Gov Beckham and his staff will attend in a body IrishAmerican day will be celebrated on May 8 when thi Hibernians and smaller kindred societies will turn out in torte to help make thi day one of the biggest on the programme The entertainment features will consist of a number of free shows Hecks indoor circus a sensational loop the gap a higl wire act by three famous aerialists and twenty big Pike shows Many of thf turns that will be seen with Hecks indooi circus were at one time features of the Hippodrome in New York City All are said to be big carnival shows and among the best attractions of their kind In the country Officers and men are working with might and main and the carnival III already an assured success Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Best made AMUSEMENTS The Princess Rink still continues popu lar despite the fact that the weathtr grows warmer The management prom- Ises several new features for next week Kernan and Rifes Baltimore Beauties are booked as the attractiou at the Buck ingham Theater next week In addition to two laughable comedies the aggrega tion will present an olio of unrivaled merit and an extra European novelty act Viola Allen will appear at Macauley Theater on Friday and Saturday nighJj and Saturday matinee in Clyde Fitcl new play The Toast of the Town usual this popular actress will be suppo by a company of competent players TRINITYS BOWLERS Trinity Councils team of bounder the leadership of Capt Alb Martin will contest against a j team from Mackin Council at G alleys tonight President Chad Raidy will bowl with Mackin1 Trinity has also scheduledjthe fc games Casino team CasinoJClu Friday April 27 Y M I teal Haven April 28 Mackins team tonight will bjf from the followers James T Will CassinAVill Daly Henr wald Henry Gottbrath Geor ner Virgil Bobh William Shaugh nessy John Harlow Frank Burke and Charles S Raldy Trinitys bowlers will be Capt Albert F Martin Ben gcbalk Emil Monier Edward IColematj Paul Coleman Gus WampeAlbert Zirnheld B M Bigley and John J Barry Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made CRUSHED TO DEATH John D Grady au engineer in the mploy of the L N railroad was killed by the overturning of his engine tear Zion Ky last Monday afternoon The deceased was twentynine 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