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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y I 4 l44- I t i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN41 I IVOLUllE XVINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 28 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS I TRIPLE s Demonstration of the Catholic Knights of America Oc curred Suuday b r l Muss In Morning Followed by Procession and Vespers iu Afternoon I Outpouring of Catholic LadlesI and Gentlemen Heard r Dr Gaudin w ENTERTAINMENT WAS FIRST GLASS The Catholic Knights of America of the Falls Cities have good reason to feel1 proud of the three splendid demonstrations made by their order In Louisville onSnnday Beginning with the attend ance at mass and reception of holy com munion in the morning the street parade and solemn vespers at St Martins in the afternoon and the entertainment at Macauleys at night the whole affair was a successThe parade in the afternoon was feature of the celebration that attracted 4athousands and Catholics from every parish were in the throngs that cheered the marching Knights The marchers assembled at St Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets at 115 and shortly before 2 oclock began the procession to St Martins The full battalion of the Knights of St John turned out under command of Col Theodore Poppe As a matter of courtesy they were given the post of honor at the head of the proces sion following the military band Next I in order came the members of the newly organized uniform rank in their new and attractive fatigue uniforms These were headed by Adjt Gen Michael Reichert Col Joseph P McGinn and Capt Gus Kane The uniformed members made a splendid showing drilling like veterans After the military the various branches fell into line The route of the parade was varied a little in order to reach St Martins chnrch in time The Rev Father Ohle officiated at- solemn vespers while the Knights filled the majorpart of the vast edifice After vespers Father Oble spoke feelingly to those assembled He said It was a grand spectacle to see so many Catholic men beginning tbe day by adoring God and to follow that act by making a public demonstration of theirfaith You Catho lic Knights he said are not afraid to show what you are The reverend speaker explained the meaning of knighthood The original Knight was a man of valor in the middle ages who undertook to defend the weak against the strong and wicked to protect and aid the widows and orphans They even p swore to sacrifice their lives in defense of their principles You Catholics must be true Knights Be firm in your faith and not merely professing to be Catho lics Approach the confessional and holy communion at least every three mouths Go on scattering your roses of virtue to those things that will lead to good wherever you can Benediction of the most blessed sacra ment followed and thr celebration closed with the singing of the Te Deum by all assembledMacauleys Theater was filled when the entertainment began at 815 oclock The Concordia Singing Society rendered a beautiful Spring Song and was compelled to repsond to an encore William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American was Chairman of the evening a andwelcomed all present in behalf of the seventeen branches of the Catholic Knights of America of the Falls Cities He complimented the Knights on the showing made in the parade Our pur pose tonight said Mr HIggins is to tell those who are not members who the Catholic Knights are and to let the Knights know whet the order is doing all over the country He concluded by introducing Henry Homer State President of the order in Kentucky Mr Homer said he was glad to see so t many members of the order and their friends present and expressed bis pleasure at being allowed to preside over the I thirtytwo branches in this State He pledged himself to promote the welfare- s of the order as far as lay in his power and insured the delegates to the State convention which meets in Covington next September a good time Mr Higgins next introduced Supreme Trustee Peter Wallratb of Evansvllle Mr Wallrath was humorous yet earnest and forcible in his remarks He explained that he had been a member of the order E for twentyfive years He carried other insurance policies but he considered th CathollcKnights of America the cheapest 0 safest and best He also explained that in twentyfive years the order had paid out 14000000 to 8000 widows and esti prating four children to a family 400 widows and children had been supported by this beneficent organization He also deuonstrated that the order bad show fAn increase of funds of 60000 in ten months Major General Kadeski of St Louis I Com 1anderil1 Chitf of the Uniform lank was the next speaker He gave figMCM to show that the increase in mm bftnbip iin the order had beta greater during thelast ninety days than during lhre rats previous ThtsincEe he erL- U attributed in a great measure to the Uniform Rank He wanted to see a regiment in Louisville within sixty days Mr Higgins introduced Dr Felix Gaudin Supreme President of the Catbo 3lic Knights of America who was to deliver the principal address of the even ing Dr Gaudin is large and of striking appearance His lecture was somewhat out of the usual order since it was replete with illustrations from a stereopticon To attempt to report the lecture without reproducing the views would be futile and when it is known that he showed series of 118 pictures one can readily understand that this would be an impossi ble task The audience was appreciative and never failed to applaud a picture Dr Gaudin thanked the audience for their attendance and commented favor ably on the morning and afternoon cele brations Then he told how the order had gained 349 new members in January 474 in February 339 in March and 332 from April 1 to 14a total of 1495 fo the first three and a half mouths of this year In this same period he has signedI tbe charters forclghtecu new branches Dr Gaudin then began to show hisI pictures State President Henry Homer of Kentucky was followed by Newton G Rogers Chairman of Louisvilles Central Committee Next came F X Alten berger State President of Ohio the Joseph P McGinn of this city formerly a Supreme Trustee Archbishop Blenk of New Orleans a member and promoter of the society was next in order Dr Gaudin told briefly what each of these men had done and was doing in its interestsA that attracted more than the usual applause was that of the late James J McLoughlin of Nashville the founder and first Supreme President of the Catho lic Knights The society was formed with a nucleus of seventeen men but now carries insurance to the amount of 125000000 A picture of the late Archbishop Fee ban of Chicago was next shown It was he wbo while a priest at Nashville preached the sermon that gave Mr Mc Loughlin the idea upon which the order was based and who suggested the name Catholic Knights of America Briefly he detailed how the order had its founda tion on April 23 1877 held its first Supreme convention in Louisville on July 17 1878 when the late W C Smith presided as Chairman Pictures repre senting the growth of the order its Supreme officers and depositories in St Louis the present Supreme officers etc followed The lecturer showed where the 760000 sinking fund was kept and tibw impossible it was to molest or embezzle any funds of the order Incidentally he referred to the duty of the Catholic husband and father to pro tect his dear ones in case of death Pictures of the home illustrated this part of the lecture rind When he showed a log cabin Miss Francis Kleuber feelingly rendered My Old Kentucky Home In conclusion he begged all to work for the interest and unity of the order During Dr Gaudins lecture it became uecessary to change the carbon in the spot light so while that was being done F X Altenberger State President of Ohio gave a practical talk on insurance and proved by charts that the Catholic Knights of America was cheaper than any other organization He also pleaded for unity and federation among Catholic fraternal societies SURPRISE SERENADE I Morbachs Orchestra and Paw ishioners Visit Father Logan The Very Rev Father Bernard F Logan the new Prior of St Louis Ber trands convent was surprised with a serenade on Monday night Prof Mor bach and his entire orchestra visited the convent a little after 11 Oclock Many of the principal members of the parish had been apprised of toe coming serenade and were close at hand when Prof Morbach and his musicians appeared Tbe men of tbe parish provided bicycle lamps and candles for the musicians to read by When the orchestra struck up none was more surprised than Father Logan He showed himself at a window and those assembled cheered him lustily The good Prior came down stairs and invited all inside Musicians and all walked into tbe parlors where the sur prised and gratified priest mile a brief address of thanks for the honor shown him Among other things be said I am glad to be back in Louisville andat St Louis Bertrands and I hope I will be allowed to spend the rest of my life here After this he passed cigars and musicians and parishioners left delighted with their reception FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours devotion which Namee last Sunday closed on Tuesday morning The Rev Father OConnor was much gratified by the large attendance of his congregation 00NOTEG NUN DEAD Sister Stella Mother Superior of St ent that institution on Saturday Pretdou- to I entering the religious life she wasI Miss Mary Stella Boye She was born Worcester Mass fortyfive years ago but spent a great part of her life in Los Angeles Cal where she became e Sister of Charity era founded hospital Prom apoliWbereabeJol1nded PROGRESS The Ooruldlna Dramatic Club Getting Ready to Pro tduca Play Adjunct of the Ladies Auxil ItsaValve New Romantic Irish Drama Will Be Presented at M- acaulcja Theater RA1SErR giveIits first public performance at Macauleys Theater on Monday May 14 While this organization is an adjunct to the Ladies Auxiliary A O H it is still semiinde bothnladies and gentlemen are members of the club Ever since the Ladies Auxiliary was organized its members have been seeking some means of bringing the society into prominence Several months ago the plan of organizing a dramatic club was conceived and work on the project was begun at once The ladies enlisted the support of the Hibernians and between the two enough histrionic talent has been found to produce a play The next thing was to get a drama Inter esting Irish but not too heavy Sbaun Aroon was finally selected as the most suitable play and rehearsals began at once Henry W Newman a veteran in the amateur theatrical business was asked to coach the young players He courteously accepted the invitation and for the past three weeks has been putting the little company through two rehear sals a week AS the time for the per formance approaches the number of rehearsals will be increased The mem bets are letter perfect in their parts andI are now being trained in stage business As a curtainraiser Messrs Thomas D Clines and Michael McGuIre will present a sketch entitled ForgetMeNots Both Messrs Clines and McGuire are well known in local amateur theatrical circles and they will be seen to advantage in this sketch Shaun Aroon is an Irish play of the present time The plot is original the humor abundant and the characters are drawn true to life Moreoverit is entirely out of the rut of socalled Irish plays It has no redcoats no drunkards and no tiresome prison scenes Every char acter has an opportunity for strong indi vidual work There are eleven characters in the play three ladles and eight gen tlemen The action deals with the per fidy of Fergus Riordan a rascally agent and his subsequent undoing by his employer Lord Fermoy Incidentally there is a love story woven into the playI that adds interest to the action Patrick G King as Shaun Aroon the real hero of the drama will have an opportunity to display great versatility James J Carroll as Fergus Riordan willI have a very strong character to portray Tbe part of Lord Fermoy tbe landlord in disguise will be capably handled brI David J Maloney David OConnell will enact the part of Dan OGrady a sturdy Irish farmer Miss Ella OConnell will have the heroines part as Molly GGrady with whom Lord Fermoy is in love Miss Elizabeth King as Mrs OGrady will portray the character of a warmhearted Irish matron Miss Mag gie Hourigan will have a soubrette part as Maggie a maid servant Thomas Keenan Jr will play the part of Tom OGrady a son of Dan who returns from America in time to help foil the villian Raymond J Barrett will portray Hen nlngs an aged money lender and Austin E Walsh will bd seen in the roleof Nip per a detective Emmet Mallon will take the part of Patrick a quickwitted Irish servant All in all the characters are well balanced and those who have witnessed the rehearsals say that the young actors are exhibiting a great deal of talent WITH A RUSH MackIn Council Disposed of Many Matters In a Hurry Owing to President Raldya call to consider the California disaster the attendance at Mackin Council Tuesday night was unusually large and an enormous amount of business was trans acted Two applications were received two members were elected and favorable reports were received on two candidates- A communication was received from the B P O Elks asking the council to send delegates to the AntiTuberculosis Society next Tuesday night The mat ter was favorably considered and Messrs Samuel Robertson and Robert T Burke were appointed delegates The report of the Joint Committee was received and propositionsto hold a series of moonlight excursions A communication was read from Supreme President Fogarty asking the council to aid in the relief of the San Francisco where there are fifteen coun rile of the order The council at once voted 26 of its general fund and Presi dent RaidTappointed a committee of t fifteen to solicit subscriptions from the individual members This committee met immediately after the council1 adjourned and perfected an organization It is expected that 300 will be raised before Sunday Chairman Kieffer of the Fontaine Ferry Park outing reported what his committee had done A communication was received from the Military Carnival inviting the members to attend that affair A favorable reply was sent to the communication Clarence Zook answered the question What do we mean by the infallibility of the Pope P and Samuel Robertson explained the meaning of Ascension day Both subjects were handled Intelligently and the feature proved such a hit that President Raldy announced two questions for the next meeting They are What Are the Precepts of th Church P What does the Church require of persons at confirmation 1 There was so much business to be transacted that the addresses to be deliv ered by Louis Kieffer and John Kinney were deferred until next Tuesday night President Raidy also appointed Clarence Zook and George Lautz to deliver addresses on bjstorical and Catbol l subjects at the next meeting BOWLING CONTEST Between the Trinity and Ne Haven Teams Comes Off Tonight Trinity Councils bowling team will try issues with the New Haven Y M I team in the latter city this evening On the last visit to New Haven the Trinity team lost New Havens team came here and played a return jgame at Haagers alleys and the Louisville bowlers were victorious The game tonight will be to decide which is the ealvictor Capt Albert F Martin and his men will leave Louisville at 5 oclock this evening Not the least please t feature of these little excursions are the social entertainments arranged by tie rival bowling teams Tomorrow mprnlng the New Haven bowlers will convey their Louis ville guests to Getbsemane abbey By special permission the visitors will be shown through that magnificent Trappist institution Many members of Trinity and Mackin Councils not members ofI the bowling teams have signified their Intention of going to Gethsemane tomor row morning to view the historic abbey The train will leave the Tenthstreet sta tion at 8 oclock tompjtpw morning and the returning train will arrive in Louis ville at 6 oclock Sunday evening STONE FOUND Meyer H HHpp May Haet Gem With Very Strange History Meyer H Hilpp the dealer in scrap iron at 513 East Market street has in hisI possession what he believes to be a val uable diamond with a strange record It was found by one of the workmen engaged in tearing down the old jail who promptly carded his find to Mr Hilpp who had bought the old iron and steel in the building that was being razed There has been a tradition among turnkeys for years that a noted criminal once secreted a diamond in the old jail After he regained his liberty he failed to return for tbe hidden gem The men employed in tearing down the building learned of this and all were on the look out On Wednesday one of the work men found a little black bag beneath the floor of a steel cell He carried it to his employer and told him he believed be had the diamond Mr Hilpp is having the stone exam ined by experts It welgsh about two karats If the stone is genuine he will have it properly mounted Meanwhile be is more pleased with the splendid condition of the iron and steel that he is removing than with the diamond He wants county authorities who are con templating new jails to communicate with him before buying their iron and steel work ANNUAL BANQUET Trinity Council Y M I will hold Its eighth annual banquet at the Galt House I on Thursday evening Only the mem hers and their lady friends have been invited An elegant menu has been arranged and all are connting on a happy celebration James B Kelly will be the toastmaster John J Sullivan Sr will deliver the address of welcome President Albert F Martin will respond to the toast Our Council Its Future Pos sibilities The Popewill he the theme for the Rev J A OGradys address and Edward J Kelty will respond to Tbe Ladies All present will join in singing My Old Kentucky Home after which Dr Frank S Clark will speak on the New Club House The set speeches will close when J P Sweeney will tell the members WhatsI the Matter During the past year Trinity has enjoyed unusual prosperity and has increased its membership until it is at present the largest council In the Ken tucky jurisdiction Work on the newr club house is progressing and it is hoped that the building will be completed before autumn The Rev Father Patrick Walsh is pre paring a large class of boys and girls to make their first holy communion and to receive cotnfirmaUou at Sacred Heart chnrch on Sunday lay 13 r o ENCOURAGING Many New Applications For Membership in the Catholic Knights Grand Meeting of Central Corn mtttee Has Interesting Features Sympathy For San Franciscan- will Be Followed bye Material Aid REPORTS FROM VARIOUS BRANCHES The Central Committee of the Catholic meetc ing in many months at St Mars Hall Eighth and Grayson streets on Friday evening of last week President Newton G Rogers complimented the committee on the fact that many delegates who had inwattendance John J Score reported that Branch 4 popularly known as the Cathe dral branch and Branches 5 and 6 will remit the dues of all members who desire to affliate with the uniformed rank Mr Score also reported several applications from Branch 4 and announced that that body bad appropriated a handsome sum for the Central Committee Patrick Holley representing St Pat ricks branch or No 21 as it is officially called reported two applications and spoke with enthusiasm of the strides the order was making Charles J Desse of St Johns parish reported that Branch 25 had two new applications John Schalda of St Vincent de Paul parish and Charles Hill of St Marys parish reported thatBranches 32 and 45 had made nice donations to the Central Committee J J Mueller reported that it would not be long until St Bonifaces branch will again send delegates to the Central Committee Harry Veeneman reported that Branch 642 in St Michaels parish bad two new members William M Higgins Chair man of the Entertainment Committee reported the arrangements that had been made for the parade on Sunday and for the reception of Supreme President Gaudin and the other distinguished visitors Communications were alSo read from State President F X Altenburger of Ohio Supreme Treasurer JC Carroll of St Louis Judge M T Shine of NewI port L J Kadeski Commander ln Chief of the uniformed rank Supreme Secre tary Anthony Matre of St Louis Peter Wallrath of Evansville State President Henry Homer of Kentucky and Joseph Berning of Cincinnati Nearly all tbeseI distinguished Knights promised to attend the Louisville celebration Former Supreme Trustee Joseph P McGinn presented his credentials as a delegate from Branch 642 and was warmly welcomed Thomas Feely of Branch 4 introduced the subject of home coming week and was supported in his argument by John B Stickler They advocated that during the home coming period tbe Catholic Knights of America establish a head quarters and bureau Their addresses met with popular approval and Messrs John B Stickler William T Meehan an1 J J Mueller were appointed to make arrangements for tbe bureau Patrick Holley trequested the commit tee to ask the Supreme Board to forward 5000 to the relief of the San Francisco sufferers at once Owing to the fact that the funds of the order were so handled that this request could not be complied with the committee decided to ask Supreme President Gaudin to express the sympathy of the entire order to the panicstricken people of San Francisco and also to issue an appeal to all the branches of the order to send individual aid to the striken city A special meeting of the Central Com mittee has been called for next Friday night at St Marys Hall for which post als will be sent urging the attendance of all delegates PROMPT RESPONSE Trinity Council Contributes to Fund For Western Sufferers Trinity Council Y M I held a well attended meeting on Monday night Henry B Struby Thomas Cornfield and Joe Ludwig Jr who have been ill were reported improving but William Gast is still very ill The picnic and banquet committees reported progress Messrs Edward P Wolff John L Cnnniff L P Kemp William Hillerich and Al Zirn held were added to the picnic committee It was announced that an Outside Senti I nel would be elected at the next meeting When President Martin called atten tion to the San Francisco horror the members promptly voted 25 from the councils funds It was also decided to solicit donations from Individual memo bers and this work was entrusted to Trinitys delegates to the Joint Commit tee I JOHN DELANEY DEAD John Delaney a well knows young Iri liAnaerlcfln died athiaborne inCon- vetseIndearly Wednesday morning He had been ill several weeks and his death was not unexpected The deceased was born in St Louis Bertrands parish this city forty years ago and was the respectefamily d d the trade of glassblower and became a expert at the business About elghtee- years n ago he went to Muncie Ind where he followed his trade and soon became prominent in affairs there Sev eral years ago he removed to Converse Ind where he accepted the agency fo the Marion Brewing Company which position he held at the time of his death He is survived by awidow and three small children Mrs Ella Delaney off sisterinlawsThe funeral services were held at Con verse LINEN SHOWER The Rev Father White Pleas antly Surprised by Ladles The Rev Father Thomas W White pastor ef the Church of St Frances of Rome was pleasantly surprised by the ladies of his Altar Society on Easter Monday In order to get him away from his rectory he Was sent for to visit Father John Sheridan at Thirtysecond and Broadway While there he was tele phoned to return home immediately When be reached his rectory he found thirty of the ladies of the Altar Society assembled and the dining room table piled high with linens The ladies explained that they had taken the initial move toward making the silver jubilee of the church a success They thought the best way to begin was to supply the rectory with linens Father White expressed his appreciation of what had been done and then discovered linens enough he believes to keep his house furnished for ten years The silver jubilee of St Frances of Rome church will be celebrated in June It is more than probable that the men will strive to outdo the ladies In adorning the church and rectory prior to tbe celebration LOST LAURELS Mackins Bowlers Were No Match For Trinity Team TrinltyCouncUa bbwlfijg teanTdefeat d a picked team from Mackin Council on Grotes alleys in a series of three games on Saturday evening Both teams had an abundance of rooters on hand to encourage them and a wealth of human energy and vocal effort was wasted on tbe desert air- Mackins team was made up of Capt Charles S Raidy Shelley Bohn Deuser Cassln Recktenwald Keortner Burke and Harlow Trinity lined up with Capt Albert F Martin Schalk Zirnheld Coleman Big ley and Barry The contest was to be for the highest plnnage In three games Trinity not only won by SCO pins but carried off three individual games Capt Raidy spurred his men to grealer efforts continually but they did not appear to be in form He is very anxious for revenge and has arranged return game to be played on Barney Flynns West End alleys where he hopes to see Mackin redeem its laurels Capt Raidy causes his team to practice four times a week BIG EUCHRE For Relief of San Francisco Sufferers Arranged In Hurry At the meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday night Messrs Frank Adams George J Lautz and Edward Wenzel were appointed committee of three to arrange a euchre for the San Francisco sufferers The committee thought that the sooner the euchre took place the bet ter It would be and decided to give It at the club house next Thursday night The members have secured a number of costly prizes and the euchre promises to rank with all of Mackins enterprises in point of financial and social success Tickets well be sold only at the door and every Y M I member in the city is urged to assist in this work of charity San Francisco is the cradle of the order It has sixteen councils in that city and nearly all of these have been deprived of their halls and property Thus far it is not known how many of the members have lost their lives- SERENO t CLUBS DANCE The Sereno Club will give Its seventh select dance at Masonic Hall on Thurs day evening The club is made upof well known young men and its dances are always popular CELEBRATED BIRTHDAY His Grace the Most Rev John M Farley Archbishop of New York entered upon the sixtyrfifth year of his life last Saturday This distinguished prelate was born in Ireland In 1842 but came to I the United States shortly before the civil war After his ordination he labored in the rcbdocese of New York until 1892 when he wad made Coadjutor to the late Archbishop Ccrrlgan and on the tatters death became head of the diocese Arch bishop Farley received many congratula lions from both Jay and churchmen on hisi birthday IL R 0 I AUSPICIOUS Hibernian Degree Team Gave a nSplendid Exemplification of the Ritual therFour Degrees of the Order Social Session Proved Very Enjoyable Affair in Many Respects DIVISION 4 MET ON WEDNESDAY The first of the initiations under the new regime was held under the auspices ot Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians en Tuesday night The attend degreeteamand refreshments were delightful All persons enjoyed the evening and the result of the work will certainly benefit the order at large Although the meet ing was held under the auspices of Divis ion 1 every one of the local divisions meetingbegandilates initiated were William L Bax Thomas McGoff Al S Smith James Delaney and Dan J Kane all of Division JohnMartinwas made up of Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan James Barry Thomas Dolan William Connelly Austin Walsh and James Coleman Every man knew his part perfectly and the manner in which the ritual profoundroutine matters had been attended to President Mulloy called on Capt Tom Riley to preside over the social session It was his first experience as a presiding officer but he proved equal to the occa sion Messrs Bar McGoff Kane Car roll and Delaney the newly initiated givIngritualThomaspleased all with a parody of his own improvising StatePresidentKeenau tnlSjjpAj JBlhdff on Hibernlanlsm William Bar sang the Irish Jubilee and John Morris rendered The Harp That Once Thro Taros hail in fine style Magistrate Sullivan made an excellent address on the order and what every Irishman should try to do Joseph X Leniban delivered brief talk on calamityWhile in prog CaptRileygins of the Entertainment Committee had been brought in and all were invited to helpthemselves The luncheon was a delightful one and every member had enough and to spate William T Meehan urged the reorgani zation of the Hibernian Knights and told what a uniform rank of the order would do for the society He also spoke on the proposed national monument to Commo dore John Barry One of the hits of the evening was made by James Kilkelly and his two little sons William and Grant Kilkelly who rendered popular airs on the guitar and violins Little Miss Lettie Lee Kilkelly added to the entertainment with several pretty dances A rising vote of thanks was tendered Mr Kilkelly and his family for their splendidwork State President Keenan made an ear nest appeal to all Hibernians to aid the Rev Father Fitzgerald In building his church at Highland Park The feasting and speechmaking did not cease until nearly midnight A feature of the evening that caused favorable comment was the work of the choir while theinitiation was in progress The voices were clear and melodious and blended harmon iously The attendance at the meeting of Divis onlyiairbut ers President John A Murphy kept things moving In fine style R J Griffin was reported ill The division accepted an invitation to attend the Military Car nival on IrishAmerican night May 8 A communication from the Commercial Club was read The members were ofabsentpossiblllltentheThe applications of john Grim Patrick Connelly were received behalf of the Employment Commi Stephen J McElliott reported favbrab membersCeraldine iam J Connelly reported that the County plcnlcduringthesocial session for members and thtlrr tastmeetiagiuMaYjlndJohn L Lenihan were appointed to make the necessary arrangements 1 RENEW VOWS fotaAbstinencerenew their obligations at Holy Ttinifj church on the first Sunday inlay Im society was organized bV thr ate i athl John B Kelly many y Jnow one of the atrouj pr u porous temperance oj tli State of Indiana r np 4- t rv- t ro t r TON UOKY IRISH AlMERIO KENTUCKY IRISH flMERHHW IINL1111LN1IMI111 rSYeted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all IrlsH America t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS I 5cUuSCt1 catered attho totlerlllel PostoKlce 81 SecondClass Matter Ultli toniranlctlonitnlhc KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Orecn Sited 11LOUISVILLR KY SATURDAY APRIL 28 1906 WORTH CONSIDERING Archbishop John J Glennon of St Louis delivered an address fort the benefit of the poor and unfortunate of New York City underl t1auspices of the St Vincent de Paul Society last Sunday night He told the people of the national metropolis many truths things tbatS they themselves knew but whirl they bad not looked at in the Ugh thrown upon them by the Western prelate His subject was An Apology for Charity and many t things that be said should be readt and reread and indelibly fixed in I the minds of our people Archbishop Glennon contrasted charity and philanthropy The former he haracterized as a work of God while the latter was a mere human ndertaking The latter is work ins for the good of the nation hid in making strong men and irtuous women the former is work ing for the individual in pointing his way to heaven Philanthropy would take a man to the grave and there leave him Charity goes with him not only to the grave but to the resurrection and finally lead him to the side of his elder brother Christ On the subject of New York poor Archbishop Glennon said And you have to deal not only with the thousands of poor that are always with you but with the poor of other countries that are coming t the rate ofj two every minute i frIftleh6iries they have beard of the land of freedom and gold They come and they find neither freedom nor gold Down in the tenements into whirl their circumstances drive them they lose their happiness and health For the good of the nation d3 for the happiness of those whom the name of America lures from their homesacross the seas I would u fiiyeyou tell those that come by the thousands You shall not settle J is New York nor in Chicago nor r Jn St Iouis1 Go on your way far l out West There are thousands of acres of land There you can buildup again homes such as you have known There you can know again the grass and the growing vines and the broad bending skies there yov can come close to God This should not only be told the immigrants who arrive but the Irish the German the Italian and other Catholics in America ought to send the message to their friends acroSs the water The majority of 1 our immigrants possibly 90 per cent of them have been engaged in agricultural pursuits in Europe If they followed the same calling in America they would prosper It is time that the Catholics of America would act upon Archbishop T Glennons idea Would it not give a real live occupation to the National Federation of Catholic Societies Let their motto be ttTelp the poor tohelp themselves I the industrious man and his ily to Western and Southern rms Those who have had the opportunity have succeeded and others will succeed again LESSONS TO BB LEARNED The preachers who are wont to address our separated brethren on Sundays have found a brand new object on which to expatiate the San Francisco horror One arises to announce that the earthquake and subsequent fire was the direc- tunshmentof God upon a wicked pleY This gives another minis r aC to say that the first reataken So they go n each other and ch others short comings But there are real lesson to be learned from that awful catastrophe It shows us that God really exists ifwe had not known that It shows us that He iis mightier than the powers of men but we have no right to judge that the earthquake was a punishmen upon that city San Francisco according to all accounts is no more wicked than many other cities in the United States or in the whol world There were and still arc many good Godfearing people iin that stricken town The just and the unjust have suffered temporally We know that God permitte this calamity to befall the city and its people and we know too the the good people of that city are unafraid Bishop Montgomery ex Mayor Phelan and the other mem bers of the relief committee set to work while the fires were still ablaze to rebuild the city These men have taught the whole world lessons of prudence and fortitude The living active inhabitants are caring for the sick clothing the naked feeding the hungry harbor ing the homeless burying the dead cautioning temperance and in fac performing all the corporal and spiritual works of mercy But tbe greatest lesson of all is charity the charity shown by our Americas people The giving has been spon taneous Several of our million aires have given of their stores wha might be termed liberal amounts but it is the poor of the Unitedl States who have been most gener ous in their gifts The millionaire gives 100000 because he can afford it The servant girl in the kitchen of these same millionaires gives 5 when she really can not afford toI give twentyfive cents The mer chants give 500 or 100 while the laborers in their employ give thei days wages All are giving butt after all the poor and needy have been most generous Rest assuresi that the people of San Frauciscc will not forget such generosity She will rise again from the ashes and the charity sent her people wiUI be returned an hundred fold No Catholic man or woman who witnessed either the street parade of the Catholic Knights of America on Sunday afternoon or the entertainment at Macauleys Theater onI Sunday night could fail to be impressed The men who compose that order are knights in the strict sense of the word They are bandedl together in a common cause the alleviation of the sufferings of widows and orphans The knight whoI Failed to parade on Sunday if he were able failed to do his duty Hats off to Cot Theodore Poppe and the gallant Knights of St John They made a splendid showing Sunday and the Catholic Knightsi ippreciate the courtesy One goodl urn deserves another When the nights of St John have a cele ration the theC K of A Uniform Rank will go to the forefrontt pith half an invitation They are tfl brothers in a common cause Our Catholic pastors referredl eelingly to the San Francisco horror in their sermons last Sunday Vhile no direct appeal was made to tbe people for aid the addresses hadI a good effect Local members of the A O H Y M I and C K of A are arranging to do their share for the relief off the San Francisco sufferers andl hey have made no noiAAaout it ither Democrats of the Third Indiana strict would find an admirable ongresaman inEdFitzpatrick r a FAREWELL PARTING The time has come when we must sayCI Goodbye to all so trueeAnd to lifes field of action go For we have here a work to do With our lifes purpose eVer in view May we with cheerful heart And patient willing hand Ever do well our part- CHORUS is Godbye goodbye and God bless you We say it in a cheerful tone For sVfelv in the Fathers keeping We surely can trust his own Let us go onward that by us Some little good be wrought And teach the good and beautiful That we have here been taught Let us in all our future years Always faithful be i And aid each good and noble work That we in life may see May we each moment welt employ The rich seed daily low Of truth joy and happiness- As J on through life we go J When we the victory have won When all lifes tasks are oer Well meet with those we hold so true J To say goodbye no more 4 M DONEIION iI SOG1ETY J B Scully has removed to his newI home at Pewee Valley Dr and Mrs Bernard Asraan areI spending a few days with relatives iIn Indiana County Clerk Semonin and family wil remove to their country home at Jeffer sontown about May 1 John Rees and family have returne from North Vernon Ind where they were the guests of John Davis and family Patrick J Hanlon manager of the American Tobacco Company has just returned from a business trip to New York Mr and Mrs John J Sullivan celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage at their home 1405 Rube avenue last night Miss Mary Tyler Brooks who has beetl attending school at Nazareth Academy spent several days with her parents Mr and Mrs Neil Brooks at Okolona this weekMartin Dooley whose leg was broker while at work at the L N shops last week is resting as comfortably posse ble at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pitalAmong the Louisville people sojourning at West Baden Springs this week were L W Hugelmeyer Joseph Sayer Ben J Gerst and Mr and Mrs Edward G Hill Miss Virgie Bowman and George O Tong prominent young people of Lebanon will be united in matrimony at St Augustines church in that city on Tues day May 1 Miss Elizabeth Murphy and Joseph Warren prominent in West End Catholic circles were united in matrimony at Sacred Heart church on Wednesday the Rev Father Walsh officiating Thomas BurRs chief engineer of the Edison electric light plant of Cincinnati who came here to attend the funeral ol his sister ln law Mrs Mary Burns of 226 Eighteenth street returned home on Sunday IMisses Nora Hanraban and Margaret Donellon have returned from Washington D C where they attended the Florence Crittenden training school for nurses Both yonng ladies graduated with high honors John Crotty entertained the members of Satolli Council Y M I in his rooms at Sixth and Breckinridge streets on Monday evening The guests enjoyed themselves with vocal and instrumental music Refreshments helped to make the evening pleasant Rineylwere Borromeo church at noon Tuesday the Rev Father Raffo officiating The attendants were Miss Lydia Strickler and James Ryan The bride and groom are popular in West End society circles Messrs Reynold and Carl Haug will give a private skating party at Phoenix lill Rink on Tuesday night Special invitations have been sent to their numerous friends The hours will be from 1030 until 1 oclock An excellent band has been secured and plenty of efreshments will be served Mal J Shanghnessy a popular young nan in the employ of the J fI Robinson Norton Company left Sunday night for Salem mad from which point he starts on a tour of Indiana in the interest of his inn His many friends are pleased to hear of his promotion He will be absent from Louisville about sixty days lWednesday was a busy day for the Very Rev Father Cronin In addition to his many duties as Vicar General of the diocese he was called upon to perform several marriage ceremonies At 130 oclock in the morning Miss Anna Cummings and Joseph Koenig were united In the afternoon Miss Clara Smith became Mrs Thomas Grimes and in the evening at 7 oclock Miss Agnes Vetter changed her name to Mrs Hugh Cosgrove All of the young people are well known members of St atricks parish Miss Catherine Martel and Henry Wey nann popular young people of New Albany will be united in matrimony by the Rev Father Bowies at St munch on Tuesday morning Mia Mar Karet Weyutaun wilt be the maid of onor and John OU will be the best man The happy young couple will begin housekeeping at once at a home on Vin street Mr Weymann is an of the New Albany table factory His prospective bride is a sister of John- S Martel of the New Albany Ledge force tMrs Albert Klnberger who recently submitted to a painful surgical operation slowly recovering at St Josephs Infirmary Mrs Ella Delaney who weht to Converse Ind to attend the funeral of her brother in law John Delaney will return to her home 1709 High street tomorrow eveningJohn Frederick Keuline Jr and bride who were married in Bowling Green on Tuesday are spending their honeymoon in this city The bride was Miss Mary Catherine Nugent- Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Prof John MI Cooney of St Marys College and MissI Margaret Mattingly of St Marys Marion county The ceremony will fbe solemnized about the middle of June The prospective bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben F Mattingly and is ia charming young lady Mr Cooney iis professor of English literature at St Marys College and was formerly editor of the Nelson County Record at Bards town He is a native of Louisville and has many friends in this city The members of the Ladies Auxiliar A O H assembled at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keenan 1229 West Market street on Monday night and showered Mr and Mrs Joseph Farrell with granite kitchen utensils The gifts were numerous and costly Vocal solos were rendered by David Maloney Thorns Keenan Jr and Miss Julia Kelly while Miss Mary Clines entertained all with instrumental solos Refreshments and dancing followed Mr and Mrs Farrell invited their visitors to their new and cosy home at 2215 Floyd street I The ceremony that made Miss Elle Joyce Mrs William A Hennessy was sol emnized at St Louis Bertrands churc at 6 oclock Wednesday morning Tbe attendants were Miss Mary Joyce a sls ter of the bride and Edward Toome Despite the early hour the church was well filled with friends of the contracting parties After the nuptial mass Mr and Mrs Hennessy held a recption at their home 711 Oldbam street During tbe morning the bride and groom left on a bridal trip which will include Dayton Hamilton and other cities in Ohio Their many friends remaind making merry ut til late in the evening The ceremony that made man find wire of Charles Edwin Cooney of Syracuse N Y and Miss Josephine Marie WathenI of this citwas solemnized at St Louis Bertrands church at noon on Wednes day11rs Matt ODoherty was the matron of honor and Misses Eleanor and Margaret Watheny sisters of the bride were the bridesmaids Dr W A Curtis of Syracuse was the best man and the groomsmen were Messrs Robert J Pow ers of Binghamton N Y i MJ Larkin of Rome N Y David Costello of Syro cuse J C Higgins of Buffalo and Richard E Watben Quite a number of out oftown guests attended the wedding Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made DIED DURING FIRE Brother Gregory a member of the community at St Francis Seraphs Pro tectory near Cincinnati died suddgnl on Saturday while fighting the fire that destroyed the domitory of that institu Lion When the flames attacked the building 200 boys thirty four brotherI and one priest were engaged in figbtinj the conflagration previous to the arrive l of the fire department Assistant Fire Chief Hurley sustained injuries that an considered fatal and two other firemei sustained minor injuries The loss entailed by the destruction of the dormitory will amount to 10000 Fortunately the building was fully covered by insurance Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made QUARTERLY MEETING The quartenly meeting of all the con ferences of the St Vincent da Paul Society will take place at St Francis Hall iu the basement of the Cathedral at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon Matters of great interest to the order are to be dis cussed and James T Campbell Presiden of the Particular Council desires a fnl attendanceARCHBISHOP IRELAND HONORED Ambassador White the American rep resentative to Italy gave a dinner It Rome Wednesday night in honor o Archbishop Ireland now sojourning iu the Eternal City Among those who graced the banquet board were Cardinals Vincenzo Vannutelli SatolU Mathieu and Martinelli CELEBRATION DEFERRED Today is the feast of the founder of the Passionist congregation St Paul of the Cross The annual celebration of be day has been postponed until the new home of the Passionist Fathers on the Newburg road is completed WILL LOCATE HERE George Gar an a native of Kentucky but who has been all over the world dur ing the past fifty years will make his home in Louisville in the near future He has been engaged in mining industries all his life and his fqrtune is esti rated at 75000000 DREW BIO CROWDS The Pure Food Show which has beenI in progress at the Horse Show building luring the put two weeks drew large rowdy day and night Secretary Jarvis who was ila active charge deserves the SthaDks of exhibitors and of the general public BobzitnsCnbautt Cigar fie Best Wades Ji 61e Fi aa iIIIIi MILITARY CARNIVAL nil j 1 I IandWORLDS FAIR PIE III IIIAt the New Armory April 30 to May 12III- I II- J1 f BAND CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND NIGHT i f J1 20= =SENSATIONAL SHOWS ==20 IB H I III tt t SEE Princess Chauncey Jal 1 llfiIRISHAMERICAN kMAY 8 = 1 1NEW- WALL PAPER LATEST STYLES LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES We have everything that will make pretty the parlordining or sleeping room and kitchen Only experienced work men employed Call and see our prices and you will save money Home Phone 2735 Wm P Sheridan 811 W MARKET ST OFFICE HOURS STO6 SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co I THOUGHTFUL Members of the Joint Com mlttee Aid California Sufferers The Joint Council Y M I met at Satollis headquarters on Saturday night and herd on important session It was decided to give a series of moonllgb excursions under the auspices of the three local councils either in June or July A telegram was sent to Suprem President Fogarty requesting that he make an assessment against all member of tile order in behalf of the sixteen councils which suffered in the San Francisco cataclysm The Joint Committee also decided to call upon the three local councils Individually to raise funds for the sam charitable purpose and headed the goodl work by donating 25 from its funds RECENT DEATHS Mrs Hattie May Riedling died at her home 1019 East Main street on Satur day afternoon She is survived by her husband George W Riedllng a whole sale and retail feed dealer and two small children Prior to her marriage she was a Miss Carpenter and was a sister of Dr E L Carpenter The funeral took place from St Bonifaces church on Tuesday morning Mrs PLilomena Nadorff the belovedl wife of Henry Nadorff Sr died at the family residence 1552 Portland avenue on Wednesday morning The deceasedlll was in her fiftythird year and had passesl the greater part of her life in this city lI Her funeral will take place from St Anthonys church this morning Mrs Nodorfl was a devout Christian lady andI her family have the sympaty of the entire community I The funeral of Mrs Mary OConnor who died at the home of her grandson Mr James OConnor 1412 Twentysec ond street on Saturday took place place from St Charles Borromeo church on Monday morning The deceased was born in Ireland eightyseven years ago but had spent the greater part of her life in Louisville patrick OConnor of this city andJames OConnor of Indianap olis her two surviving children were at her bedside for two weeks previous to her demise Mrs OConnor was a type of the good old Irish mother so many of- us knew When her children or grand children were in distress she went to them from city to city despite her advanced age The large attendance at her funeral testified to the high esteem in which she washeldB- RAND FLORAL DISPLAY Jacob Schulz the florist at 644 Fourth avenue has a beautiful display in his establishment He invites all who are contemplating flower gardens this summer to visit tile place at their earliest convenience He ban the largest and most complete stock of roses in the city j as well as a great variety of other plant and vines Mr Schulz assures you in advance that his price are reasonable Patronise qur advertiser When You Want GOOD SERVICE I USE TruceMHOME TELEPHONE BEST FOR BOTH Local Long Distance Talks ITHE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone CoOPE- 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NEXTIPIFF PAFF POUF rThJPFERRYATPARR THE PARK BBAUTIFUI WEEK OF APRIL 20 Hlgh Class Vaudeville at HOPKINS PAVILION SIDNEY DEANE COIIn a delightful comedy sketch Swor Drothera former comic opera stars Tshootenparsweetvoiced girl New Polyscope rare animated picturesBXTRAI One Moro Week EXTRA KRYL AND HIS BAND ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY APE1L 29 I KERNAN RIFES High School Girls Musical Extravaganza Company pre senting the twoact come- dyWHIRLIGIGGLE Arranged by Mr Sol Field j PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings This beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Pat UM or societie should consult the manss gar of Phoenix Hill Park before closing gofttritctt I f3- ii t t- 1TUCIX1I LSH RIO AIir INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW IN THE Catholic Knights of America tIItt This isI the safest and cheapest insurance society in tbe United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man should protect his wife and children by carrying policy in this old and established life insurance organization An examination of its rates will convince you of its superiority over all others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Isure now while you can and protect your loved ones and applications or any de There are many branches in Louisville sired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the 4 1 CENTRAL COMMITTEEt NEWTON G ROGERS President I HARRY A VEENEMAN Secretary Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer r Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 i II I I I II I I I tf t t DANIEL J1 DOUGHERTY 1 and Both Phones Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Day or 1231 Wr Market StaBet +++I ++It I I t I I I I I I I n HMIH1 1 H 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral 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COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT S04 WJefferson Street OTTO E VENT Proprietor Hoffle Phone 4718 Cumbn3o WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAt UESTEH Prp J1etLullch every morning from 930 to 1890 oclock 44S1 w RBB 36T- C cfl r Funeral Director 2998 Calls Night and I I I 1225 t I r I prepareIthem for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Classica- lSdenti4candflusineuCoursesPreparatory Department IBrge Swimming Pool Well EqulPtp Gymnasium Terms Moderate BroJame Dir KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EH BALM ER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 240B Payne St NOTIOEThe heir of Patrick Ilanrahan who was of Irish descent a member of the Catholic Church I and said to be a tinner by trade and died a resi dent of either Louisville or Lexington Ken tucky about the year 1SS6j also theheirs of Nora Ryan deceased who was a nirter of said Patrick I Uanrahan are requested to write to the under kilned administrator of the estate of William FG rniuan latent Jackson County Kau den used The amount involved Iis s usi- tHJ SNYDHH Delta Jackson County Kanou OherJp rs are requested to kindly copy N 1 I GIVE US YOUR ORDER Ii i Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET = j XiX fc 3KS 3 SMgK I NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Spring Twenty = Four Days Racing Beginning Derby Day May 2 and Ending May 29 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M Steeplechases through the center field six fences and water jump every other day PLEASING ECHOES VlsltlnS Catholic Knights De lighted With Our Cel ebration Messrs Henry Bosquet Henry Hunold and L D Bax did much to make pleas ant the stay of the Supreme officers of the Catholic Knights and the visitors Dinners suppers and luncheons followed in rapid succession All were delighted with their reception as will be found from the expressions that follow Dr Felix Gaudin said to a representa tive of the Kentucky Irish American I think the audience one of the largest and most appreciative I ever saw The triple demonstration of the day was very encour aging to me II State President F X Altenburger of Ohio said Monday It was a fine affair I am certainly pleased with the treatment I received here If yon want me to come back only ask me J J Veld of Florence Ala President of Branch 842 says I was never better pleased anywhere nor ever saw a more imposing parade or enthusiastic audi ence The Knightp of Louisville are all rightIt is too bad that President Altenbur ger did not have more time allotted to him lIe understands the insn ranee bus iness and knows how to make figures interesting Make him come again Supreme Trustee Peter Wallrath will attend a big celebration of tbe order at Cincinnati tomorrow The Very Rev Doan William Seiberts of Tell City Ind Is working hard to build up that branch It has gained thirtytwo members since January 1 Supreme President Gaudin is busy these flays He will speak at St Louis on May 17 Evansville May 20 i Jasper May 21 and at Cannelton Tell City and Vinceunes on dates to follow Supreme Trustee Peter Wallrath of Evansville left Louisville Monday to officiate at a celebration of the Catholic Knights at Henderson The branch at Jasper Ind which was organized by Henry Bosquet twentyfive years ago will initiate a large class Sun dayBobzienaCubanaCigar 8c Best made GOOD START MADE Mackin Councils committee to arrange for its annual outing which will be held at Fontaine Ferry Park this year met at the club house and organized on Sunday afternoon Louis Kieffer was elected Chairman Frank Lanahan Secretary and J Boland Treasurer The following com mittee on advertising was appointed Charles S Raidy Ben Sand R W Gal way James T Shelley and Mel Shaugh nessy It was decided to turn the dancing hall over to Mackins Social Club god President D Oliver Patton accepted the trust Subcommittees on tickets and other minordetails were considered Bobziena Cubana Cigar 5c Best made FIRST COMMUNICANTS The Rev Thomas A York pastor of St Pauls church at Jackson and Kentucky streets is preparing a class of sixty children for their first holy communion According to his plans the children will approach the holy sacrament for the first time on Sunday May 27 Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Best made BAZAR WAS SUCCESS The bazar held in New Albany for the benefit of Unity Council during Easter week was a magnificent success socially and financially A handsome sum was realized and Unity Council is now laa position to begin the construction of its club home which will be erected at East Ninth and Market tretf Many hand poste ptitei were disposed of In the popularity oooUti Mbu Minnie Fels- n n 1 1 WALL PAPER Will furnish good paper neat sidesterns and paper 15f out rooms and ceilings for 3 50 smaller rooms in proportion selection from 35 patterns all colors 9 and 18inch borders Will furnish and put up rail in 15foot rooms complete for 2 50 to 3 Have picture rail all kinds R M CULLEY Seventh and OaK Home Phone 0225 Cum south 2383z PETER M ANDRWI SONS8 WAGONN MAN fACIURR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST C B THOMPSON 1 FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jtfliraon St Both Telephones IOSO All orders receive prompt attentionam satisfaction guaranteed S15O ROUND TRIi TO Evansville Henderson Owensboro VIA TH- EHENDERSON ROUTE Sunday May 6th Train leaves Union Station I0th and Broadway 735 a m For full informs Lion ask the agent won tbe piano while Michael Steinert Jr secured the pony Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Best made PAINFUL ACCIDENT Miss Hallie Pryor who operates tbe private telephone exchange at J Bacon Sons sustained a severe electric shock on Wednesday In some unknown man ner the wires became crossed causing her to receive the full force of the cur rent MIss Pryor toppled over and it was feared for a while that she had expired Fortunately she recovered con Ecfouanesa In a few minutes but was so worlijforC K of AA Catholic insurance which for over twentyeight years has lent a helping hand to the widows and orphans of 8000 deceased members has worthylofCatholic Knights of America Write to President Felix Gaudin Neao Orleans Lai or to Secretary Anthony Matte MennodJaccard Building Sc ILOU MIo- t r r Meeting SPRING MEET The Classic Kentucky Derby Will Be Run Next Week Wednesday will be Derby day an event celebrated throughout Kentucky and an occasion that draws thousands off visitors to Louisville This year the New I Louisville Jockey Club has determined to make the spring race meeting more attractive than ever and as a consequence handsome purses have been hung up for the various races and eleven stake dates have been arranged President Charles F Grainger Vice President and Manager M J Winn Secretary Lyman H Davis and Treasurer H C Applegate are very busy men this week and all arrangements for the big meeting are practically perfected When the meeting begins on Wednes day the grand stand will be filled withI the elite of Kentucky belles and beaux and the scene will be one of unrivaledi splendor the Kentucky Derby will be the main feature of the day The value of the stake is J6000 The Clark handi cap will be run on Saturday and will inspire almost as much interest as the Derby Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made NATURES MASTERPIECE Sliver Hills on the Interurban Line In Indiana Are Prov ing a Pleasure Mecca Silver Hills just west of New Albany have always been popular as a resort where city people can go for a days outing but of recent years the crowds attracted have been almost innumerable Scores of picnic parties are held every week and the Holiness camp meeting which usually lasts six weeks every summer attracts thousands from many State From indications this year it seems that the old hills will afford peace and rest to more people than ra any previous sea son The largest crowds usually visit the hills on Saturday and Sunday but this year hundreds are going through the week in order to escape tbe rush There is not a bright sunshiny day that the hills are not thronged with merrymakers and pleasureseekers Since the completion of the electric road up the hills by the Louisville Southern Indiana Traction Company the delightful retreat has proved a mecca for pleasure seekers and sight seers Hand some cars leaving Third avenue and Mar ket street every fifteen minutes land the traveler on the summit of the hills an hour later after au exhilarating ride across the Ohio and through Jefferson ville New Albany and the fertile valleys of Southern Indiana Notwithstanding the unusually large amount of travel during the pretty weather ample car service is furnished and the pleasures of a trip to Silver Hills can not be ade quately described in mere words Every convenience for the comfort of the traveler is furnished during the trip and while at Silver Hills Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Best made SKATINO SOCIETY I Prominent members of the Nonpareil have organized a new skating club and will hold their first party at the Audito rium Rink on Third street from 10 to 130 oclock on the night of Thursday May 3 BROKE HIS ARM i Elliott Sheehan the ama l son of Mrs Delia Sheehan of 531 West Sreckinridge street broke his arm while playing on Wednesday The fracture was promptly net and the child iis renting comfortably under the circuin Uncs I FRflNK FEHRl BREWING INOORPORATJCJD Brewers and BottleLOUISVILLE XV DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Bee BREWED BY SENN ACKERMA1 BREVVING C01trPANYrNOORPORArED TELEPHONE 4b2 LOUJ VJLLBK PABST BEE ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barl and hops never permitted to leave th brewery until properly aged TELEP ONE 1380 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts ICumb Phone plain 1913 tpirixzcWIEDE MAN BREWING COMPANY Celebrated Draught and Bottled J Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength a Gruber Deuser Managers Loulsvlll sa rore 0 DIERSEFINE 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LeuI ille Ky C All the new spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices HENRY AAIJI1 J PPULLU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparil WORK GUARANTEED jPhone a6M 528 Firth Old and Rare Whiskies a Spe BLUEGRASSl I IEXGHAN LOUIS WABNITZ CO k Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREE- HERRMANN BRi i IMFORTERSa FINE WINES AND Distillers and Wholesale era in Finest Brands of tricky Whiskies especially PEARL OF IELSi BOTTLED JNB0NDSixth Tel ae 1 46 ri I L eTTLTCxCY xit lH AlIIE flu HE BIG STORE Special Sale on Boys Fine All Wool Fancy Cheviot DoubleBreasted Knee Pants Suits 250I1 Something new and special to enable mothers to buy or their Boys something extra good in value and quality- n Frtdav sale only one week beginning today and ending nextI HE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE ds CO 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII IliMIHHHMI I I IMIH Hi InI i IMHI Hl+1 IIHI I IIII III111 1 I IIII 1 III I 1 1 11 BEDDINGPLANTSe tGeraniums Cannas Vines in the city Our prices are Order at a few of our idTOMATO PLANTS JACOB SCHULZBoth Phones 223 044 FOURTH AVENUE GREENHOUSES 1325 CHEROKEE RD Both Phones 9- 84p4rr IInH I I I H 1 I 1 I I 1 H H I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I tt I I 1 I I I 1 II I 1 1 t +4 IM m M H H M M t M M SPRING CARPETSSTOCKS AT THEIR BEST ROOM SIZE RUGSENORMOUS LINE Our buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You share these advantages by buying from us 7 fi j HUBBUCH BROS 524 528 West Market St iVISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT I t I I t I I I I t t I t 111 It I u 88 sS81-h W fl ROQ6r BOOK GO 1 RAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES L TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Ifrusacal and inspect our line of goods They are the dtyI ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION w Joffoxsora Street 5 8SSS THE CECILIAPIANO PLAYERI- s really what you should have if you own a Piano and no one to play it With its aid you can any time you wish entertain any number of people and to do this you need not know a note of music Call and try the Cecilian yours- elfPRICE = = 25000 Payments if desired Music on the basis of lOc per roll MONTENEGRO= RIEHM MUSIC CO a saao FnURTH AVENUE foot T T T T hT t t I I I 111 H me Phoftl1323 11 I I I 1 I I I 1+1001t H MTODLOYS COFFEES TEAS Coffee Special 3 lbs for 50cbest for the price you ver tasted fresulvroasted every day and delivered- to your kitchen with none of the strength or flavor lost by evaporation Phone for trial package Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c per lb Rebate Tickets worth tic hi trade free with every dollars worth P MULLOY 21lt1REIDr1I1i11 + 11 I I 1 t I 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY I We have Jewelry and other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell form US FIRST tp BRUNN JaBANNON J14ellt and MJ BANNON Vice Pres III Genl Mgr JEWELER 530 WEST MARKET H M WOLTRING Secretary COFFEE ROASTER I I NO SEE R 11TreASurerS 11 U EannoB Sower Pipe Co ti It Glued Sewer and Culvert Pipe I J CeRrIltsWall1 Iricktt flag Flue P ipeTlae Lining ire IricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground FIre clay I Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE B085I2 W JEFFERSON a TBIEPHON8S73 ORKS latband Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pUi and lotliT- BLBPHOH8 2833e A4a AAA- i i e e 1oee e e e te ei Our Greatest Sale of I LEATHER SHOPPING BAGS I have anticipated this sale for a long time and have succeeded gathering exceptional values which we will revert to our cus IIWe Every style is newevery article fresh The qualities 0firstclass and the makes dependable Remember that choice always goes to first comers Mail orders carefully filled I Genuine Morocco Shopping BagsSolid snap frame with leather handle faucy mercerized lining fitted with J Morocco coin purse colors black and brown regu I tar 59c value this aale Extra Size Shopping Bags Made of Morocco heavy I I9i fancy lining fitted with coin purse riveted frame leather I RoldIFine Morocco Shopping BagsSolid catch frameI or riveted leather strap handle fancy mercerized lining fitted with coin purse colors black brown and 12 green gold and gunmetal frame regular 1 values MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH 00 0 0 Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Ancient Order of Hibernians ia getting to bea very numerous body at Ballytrnin Dr McHugh of Emyvale who was critically ill for several weeks is fully restored to health There now appears to be sufficient information to hand to prove that this years exodus from Ireland will fall far short of that of any past years average Destructive fires have been occurring in the mountains of East Kerry between Brosna Knocknagoshel and Castleisland In the country surrounding Dundalk the farmers are rejoicing in a very for ward spiing Oats were nearly all sown and the planting of potatoes advanced a week before Easter The membership of the Hibernian division organized at Castleblaney is rap idly increasing and the influence of the order ia being made manifest Arthur Mohan a pronounced Nation alist died recently at his home in Drum cargy The deceased had passed the pro verbial threescore and ten years The MunsterConnaugbt exhibition will be opened at Limerick on July 9 and it is expected that the display of articles manufactured in the two provinces will be very large The parishioners of Timoleague and Clogagh are rejoicing over the princely gift of 10000 from John B Manning of New York towards the erecting a new church in Timoieague A memorial window has been recently put up in St Patrickss church at Per moy to the memory of Miss M M Mag nier daughter of Thomas ilagnier mem ber of the local Urban Council The death occurred recently at Meinga valne County Kerry of Mrs Maggie Barrett at the advanced age of 101 years She possessed her faculties up to the last and was never known to be unwell The Limerick Free Library Committee has decided that a knowledge of the first three books of OGrowney and of Irish history are necessary qualifications for any person in future employed by that committeeFather Kavanaugh O F M the dis tinguished historian of 98 has been transferred from Wexford to Carrickon Snlr His kindly nature and love of country have endeared him to Irishmen has not been introduced into Tullamore Union as yet it would seem In a letter received from the Secretary of the Arlgna Mining Company he stated that he had never received any commu nication from the Clerk on the matter Thirteen persens who had taken part in an Orange parade at DonemanaCounty Tyrone when revolver shots were fired and property injured are chargedwith unlawful assembly In the interest of the peace of the district they were dis charged on giving ball to appear when called on for I The Big Military Carnival Will Have Many The military carnival and worlds fair pike one of the biggest shows of its kind held in this city will open its doors in a blaze of glory at the new armory next Monday This will be First Regi ment day and the entire local militia will attend during the evening The object of the show is to raise enough money to fit the new armory up in appro priate style and from present indications the show will be a great successIIn addition to the free shows which include the thrilling loopthegap by Prof Myers on a bicycle the high wire act by the Nichols family known as the human tro11eithe aerial flight of t Mlle Le Bone the comedy acrobatic I turn by the Koehler trio the dancing pavilion and the Japanese tea garden there willbe HiCk inngulflcent Indoor outt 39C 76 Q9I- IIIIIString Shopping Bags Made very strong leather 6these bags equal to the best 25c value you ever bought come lu and see them our specially low II price for this sale is only Bags Made of very fine Morocco leather II with card case and coin of Morocco II ImportedIIII IIFine Carriage BagsGreat variety of the latest shapes all the new and desirable colors are repre sented Very pretty designs In this sale we II have special values at j JgAcox soN I 00000000 IRELAND everywhereIrish judgme- ntINTEREST INCREASES AttractIve- Features IISbopplnK SOCIETY DIRECTOR Y A O H I IDIViN 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Bach Month Mu11oyVice Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdword Craddic- DIVISIONI 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran TLyneFinancial DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday I MonthI J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough erty Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmsThomal Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month MurphyViceRecording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSullii van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at i Pfans Hall KenneyPresidentRobert VicePresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney MurphyDoorkeeperEugene Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Honse 530 Twentysixth Street RaidyFirstJ Kieffer PationRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams I 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Janice L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella Have Your PrMCrlptloi Pilled In TORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose I Southern Optical Co of koulsvllte Ky InC Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets j Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBLE DIFOCAI for Kentucky Circus the Ferris Wheel and the twenty brilliant surprises on the Pike tI Some of the attractions that are out of the usual line of carnival shows are the Princess Lula the smallest mother in the world Miss Cleve Gill the Canadian giantess who is eight feet one inch tall Mlle La Rene the famous Parisian fire dancer the Palace of Living Art where shapely maids will pose in imitation of famous groups of statuary and the mys tifying and novel La Auto Girl one of the most puzzling personage ever exhib tact in public- Congreaamen Sherley will vote for the I Berry monument I r- II OC 00 500 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Wcekacneral- News Notes The Bobzcin cigars smoked all right Tuesday night Still another new division of the order has ben established in Boston eightkmeeting J A Kennedy has been elected Presi dent of the Jeffersonville division to sue ceed Robert Gleason resigned On retiring from office President Glea son of Jeffersonville presentod his sue cessor with a handsome birdseye maple gavelEvery division should now strive to quarterlyinitlatlQn on an extensive scale Division 3 meets Monday night and all should attend The Literary Committee will report the programme for the social session that will occur at the succeeding meetingWest Duluth Hibernians have taken up the study of Gaelic and a class has been organized in the division Irish history has also enlisted the attention of this tame division Division 1 of Jeffersonville has accepted the resignation of President Robert Glea son whose employment at Frankfort has necessitated his withdrawal from the office at least temporarily There should be a rousing attendance at the meeting of Division 2 next Friday night President Ford WiI Meeban and John Keaney have propositions to submit that will have bearing on the work of the division for the next three months New Albany Hibernians are preparing- or a big meeting upon the occasion of the visit of National Director George J Butler next month Several Kentucky State officers and a number of prominent Louisville Hibernians will accompany himInterest in the dramatic club continues to grow As much depends upon the success of the first performance every Hibernian in the city should lend his aid toward bringing out a big audience to encourage the young Geraldines in their laudable undertaking The Hibernians are always first in good works As soon as the news of the Gal veston flood was flashed over the wires 5000 was sent the sufferers and the day following the destruction of San Francisco like action was taken by the National Board for the relief of the unfor tunate of that city Next Wednesday night the Ladies Auxiliary will transact business of the greatest importance and for this reason Miss Mary Sheridan requests the pres ence of every member Among the ques tions to be discussed will be the recep tion proposed for their friends and members of the four divisions Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Best made MACAULEV5 It is said that the scenery which wlllI be seen at Macauleys next week in Coming Thro the Rye is on a scale of grandeur that has been equaled by few musical productions in recent seasons The settings are massive and form a beautiful background for the gorgeously attired girls The blending of colors acd the beauty of the designs ue revelations in stage pictures The electrical effects are particularly striking and present the most advanced ideas in stage lighting BUCKINGHAM Kernan and Pipes High School1 Girls musical extravangaza company present this two act comedy WblrliGiggle at the Buckingham Theater nextweek In the olio will be found SolaudlNat Fields comedians Billy Hart and Emma Weston Hughes and Hazelton intheir travesty Damon and Pythias theFlying Ban vars and other good vaudevlllejlurus The Princess Skating Rink clotei tonight Daring the months that it fine been open fits rink waswellrmanaged j and enjoyed a very successful season 11II H I t It t GREAT SAtEOF IRON BEDSfA- TGREENES Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to X25 JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET I I I I I I It 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