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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r b t h t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANj u I VOLUME XVINO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 5 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS III CENTENARY Grand Celebration atBaltimore Marks Epoch In Church History MaeuIIIcent Pageant Presented by the Assembled Hler j Arcby Principal Events During the Solemn Festival at Old Cathedral BRAINS OF THE AMERICAN CHURCH The celebration of the centenary of the Baltimore Cathedral last Sunday brought together the greatest assemblage of men that ever gathered under one roof in the United States Great national conven tions where every State is represented by its ablest politicians and most eloquent orators pale into insignificance beside this assemblage of prelates and priests It was a great day for the church a great day for Baltimore a great day for America and as Archbishop Glennon expressed itIIThis magnificent celebra tion marks an epoch in the church life of AmericaBriefly summed up the chief events of the days celebration were The proces slon of the Cardinal Archbishops Bish ops Mitred Abbots and other church dig nitaries from Calvert Hall to the Cathe dral the celebration of Pontifical mass by Archbishop Farley of New York the morning sermon by Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia solemn vespers and a ser mon in the afternoon by Archbishop Glennon of St Louis the reading of a congratulatory letter from his Holiness Pope Pius X and a dinner given the visiting members of the hierarchy and those in their respective trains by his Eminence Cardinal Gibbons The procession from Calvert Hall to the Cathedral started at 1030 oclock A brilliant scene was presented as the long line of eminent men in the striking garbs of their positions and orders with their crosses and chains of gold gleaming and their jewels of authority scintillating in the sunlight slowly wound its way out of the hall across Cathedral street and Into the main entrance of the historic old church The high altar was ablaze with lighted candelabra which shed a softened golden light that seemed to spread throughout the church The fragrance of spring flowers filled the air and the large sanc tuary was filled with palms and potted plants The contrast between the scarlet of the full Pontifical robes of Cardinal Gibbons the violet purple of the Apos tolic Delegate the gold cloth vestments of the prelates who officiated at the mass the deep purple of the Archbishops and Bishops and the white surplices of the seminarians and acolytes formed a combination of light and color of wonderful richness f The music of the mass was rendered by the Cahedrnl choir under the direction of r the Rev Father Charles Marcetteau professor of plain chant at St Charles College At the offertory Handels cele brated Hallelujah Chorus was ren dered with splendid effect The sermon preached by Archbishop Ryan was delivered after the first gospel Extracts from it will be found in another column After Archbishop Farley pronounced the final benediction Cardinal Gibbons arose from his throne and briefly addressed the assembled prelates He spoke of the glories of the old Cathedral and the greatness of the Catholic religion The Cardinal told of conditions in the United States 100 years ago when Bishop Carroll laid the cornerstone and drew a striking contrast between that day and the present Then there was but one Bishop and less than 70000 Catholics Now there are 105 Bishops and Arch bishops and more than 12000000 Catho lics In conclusion he thanked the mem bers of the hierarchy forhaving come to honor the occasion The morning services closed with the treading of a letter of congratulation from the Pope The letter concluded with his apostolic benediction for the Cardi nal hierarchy clergy and the whole American people The letter was pre acntert by Monsignor Falcopio the Apos tolic Delegate sad was read by the Very Rev Father Fletcher rector of the CathedralThe service In the eventng was preceded by a procession much the same as in the morning Archbishop Mess mer officiated and Archbishop Glennon preached the sermon After benediction of the most blessed sacrament Cardinal Gibbons intoned thecere Deura Lauda mus A quartette of seminarians intoned the alternate verses and the choir responded Thus the religious celebration was brought to a close Taking part In the celebration besides the Cardinal and Apostolic Delegate were twelve Archbishops eightysix Bishops seventeen Mitred Abbots more than 150 Monalguors and 500 priests of lean dig nity m HAPPILY CHRISTENED o 1 auriceQI1Ulentertail1ed a number oft able friends at his home Twentysixth and christennhI ilnj of his baby daughter All partook of aa ttertteHt wpp rwidthenenHyened 7 C it R ri IJ it- e 3c the evening with mirth and music Frank dutesIcould only agree with the remarks of his friend Adams Louis Kieffer dwelt on the BeautIes of a Home after which solos and duets were rendered by Messrs James Mullarkey William Quill and Adolph Andrlot The proud father declined to make an address but said he would have something to say when he- met Messrs Raidy Adams and Murphy at the next meeting bf Mackius Bache for cisb BOSQUETFANGMAN Wedding Bells Will Ring for June Bride and Bride groom A local June wedding which will attract more than ordinary interest will occur at St Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets when Miss Bertha Bosquet becomes the bride of Clement Fangman The exact date of the wedding will be announced later Tbe Rev Father Westerman who has known the bride since childhood will tie the knot and will celebrate the nuptial mass that fol lows Miss Henrietta Gathof will be the maid of honor and Albert Gnau will ap pear in the role of best man The ushers will be Messrs Henry Gottbrath John Hubbuch and John Jutt The bride who is a daughter of Henry Bosquet and well known for her beauty and accomplishments will be gowned in white with the customary bridal wreath and veil Mr Fangiaan who is receiving congratulations on winning such a charm ing bride holds a responsible position with the Big Store After the ceremonies at church the bridal party will be tendered a wedding breakfast at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Henry Bosquet 2028 Floyd street Mr and Mrs Fangmau will take a honeymoon trip of two weeks through the principal cities of the East While these two people have been recog nized as sweethearts for some time the news of their rapidly approaching nuptials will be a pleasant surprise to their many friends MAY DEVOTIONS This Month Is Dedicated to Mary the Mother of God May is in a special manner devoted to Mary the mother of God It is the most beautiful season of the year and all over the world her faithful children delight to do her honor In all the Catholic churches of Louisville some devotions are practiced daily in her honor during this present month In many churches the faithful attend mass in the morning and then the devotions in the evening which usually consist of the recitation of the rosary a brief Instruction and benediction of the most blessedsacrament The church teaches that Mary appears as the model and type of Christian woman A daughter a wife a mother and a widow she passes through all the states of womanhood During May her altars are adorned with flowers and her statues crowned with garlands On the first of May processions of little girls clad in white are held while the children sing the litany of the Blessed Virgin and hymns to the mother of God Tomorrow is the first Sunday of the month and the procession rt St Louis Bertrands church at 3 oclock in the afternoon will be unusually elaborate The usual rosary sermon will be preached and 200 children will take part in the celebration DECISIVE VICTORY Mackins Bowlers Take Two Out of Three Games From Trinity Mackiu Councils team defeated Trin itys bowlers at Flynna West End alleys on Wednesday night The victorious team was made up of Capt Raidy and Messrs Denser Bohn Burke Cassin Koertner Harlow and Flynn Trinitys men were Capt Martin and Messrs Lego Coleman Zirnheld Wempe and Barry Mackin won two of the three gamesCapt Raidy was not in time for the first game and Barney Flynn acted as captain and rolled in his stead Frank G Adams was chosen umpire He was also chief rooter for Mackins members The victory was decisive and showed that Mackins bowlers have improved wonderfully Now that each team has won one series the rival teams will roll the decid ing contest on Flynns alleys at an early date NEARINQ ORDINATION The Rev Desire D Miner who is now finishing lira studies at Kenrick Seminary St Louis will be ordained there during the latter part of this month He will celebrate his first mass at St Williams church this city on Sunday June 3TbC ynupg clergyman is a native of Lebanon and made his early studies at St Marys College After spending a brief vacation In this city Father Miller will assume duties as a missionary priest in ape of the Waiters 4iiU nUnaCI n to Ch CONVENTION Catholic Knights and Ladles Will Meet In the City of Detroit Louisville Was Oradlo of Order That Has Accomplished Much Late Gruu W Smith Was the Founder of Excellent Society ORDER HAS GROWN AND PROSPERED The biennial national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will meet at Detroit on Tuesday May 15 and twenty delegates representing as many branches from the Falls Cities will leave Louisville via L N the latter part of next week These delegates have chartered a Pullman car for the trip to Detroit and return The local delegates are D J Heffernan Thomas Keenan Mrs Mary Weisenber ger Miss Mollie Burke John Carr John Wallace Miss Mayme Hannon George Schlaefer John B Murphy Henry Gude Thomas Claire Miss Katie Mooney Thomas Camfield Father John OConnor A J Huckenbeck Mrs Andrew Kast William Dries Michael Lyons William Woodamall John Tobin and Mrs Cora Richards Several of these delegates are members of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians or Ladies Auxiliary as well as of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of AmericaLouisville was the cradle of this grand insurance order It was organized in this city sixteen years ago a few months after the disastrous cyclone of March 27 1890 It was founded by the late Gran W Smith who saw the necessity for a Catholic insurance organization that would include women as well as men The first branch was established in St Charles Borromeo parish In Nuvember of the same year Branch 2 was organized in St Patricks parish with a charter membership of eight This branch now has 900 and is one QLthe JargeotU the order From such an humble beginning the society has grown and prospered until it now has 223 branches in fourteen States Its aggregate membership is 10000The late Gran W Smith lived to see the order he founded prosper beyond his expectations but since his death the membership has greatly increasedand there are thousands of members who bless the name of the great and good manThe first national convention was held in Louisville and Thomas Henley of this city was the First Supreme President The second convention was held at Cairo and the third at Memphis William Higgins of Memphis succeeded Mr Henley as Supreme President and be in turn was succeeded by John McGoff of Michigan who died during his term of office At that time Miss Mary Sheridan of this city who was Supreme Vice Presi dent filled out Mr McGoffa unexpired term Then in order came Charles ODonnell of Chicago James H Crumley of Detroit and last but by no means least the present incumbent Dennis E Kelley of Memphis During his term the order has increased 2000 members There are twenty branches in Louisville and one each in New Albany and Jeffersonville The other Supreme officers are- Spiritual DirectorRev Father C P Raffo Louisville Supreme Vice PresidentJohn J Dor ian Paducah Supreme SecretaryHenry F Hayes ChicagoSupreme TreasurerMiss Mary E Sheridan Louisville Supreme Medical DirectorDr D D OGorman St Louis Supreme Trustees P J Reagan St Louis Mrs Julia OKeefe St Louis and Mrs Mary Lynch Chicago The Law Committee Is made up of Thomas Keenan Sr of Louisville Attor ney Phelan of Memphis and Charles ODonnell of Chicago It is probable that the amendments to the constitution offered at the coming convention will be of minor importance since the order has grown so rapidly and everything has worked so satisfactorily that any radical change would not be advisable During the sixteen years of their existence the Catholic Knights and Ladies have never missed paying a death claim After conversing with a number of the delegates it is the opinion of the Kentucky Irish American that there will be no changes in the Supreme officers as all appear to have given thorough satisfaction p 5 POSTPONED The euchre which was to have been given under the auspices of Mackin Coun cil Y M Ion Thursday evening of this week has been postponed until next Thursday night INSPECTION The annual Inspection and drill of the First District Commandery ofthe Knights of stol uvill take place at Phoenix hecomlptludrilla continue about an hour On behalf of the Knights Cot Theodore Poppe and the officers invite all tbslr friends to attend Dancing will follow the drills and refreshments of all kinds will be served Admission will be only ten cents children under twelve years of age being admitted fres TWO BRIGHT BOYS These are Joseph and Harry Dlersen the bright young sons of Henry Diersen the well known brewer They took prom inent parts in the annual musicale given by the pupils of Our Lady of Mercy oa East Broadway on Wednesday afternoon Harry Diersen appeared in costume as a character in a little drama entitled The School Festival Joseph Diersen acquitted himself admirably in a violin duet Both are progressing nicely at schooland their father is proud of his boys MIGHTS OP COLUMBUS iLate News That Will Interest Members Elsehere- A council may soon be established on the Isthmus of Panama Cincinnati Council sent 500 to Arch bishop Riordan for the earthquake suf ferersA of the order will be Instituted at WaihingtonMo on Sun day May13 B l Members of the Los Angeles Council contributed 10000 to aid unfortunate San Francisco The members of Hennepin Council Minn contributed J63860 to the San Francisco sufferers Louisville will next Sunday confer the degrees on eighty candidates the largest class ever initiated here Several hundred St Louis Knights went to Cape Girardeau Sunday to wit ness the initiation of a new council- A team from Bishop Carrell Council of Covington will confer the first degree on the Louisville class on Sunday May 13 Edward L Hearu Supreme Knight wired every council of the order request- Ing aid for the distressed in San Francisco No council was appealed to In vainThe St Cloud Council initiated a class of fiftythree at its last meeting Several hundred Knights from St Paul and Minneapolis attended the initiation and were royally entertained Members of the two councils in Mil waukee are still discussing the advisa bllity of forming a corporation to erect or secure a permanent ball and club quarters The style of building they desire would cost 50000 The latest plan devised is to have the building cor poration issue 1000 shares of stock at 50 each No definite conclusion has been reached The Rhode Island Knights held their annual State banquet in Providence on Tuesday of last week More than 300 Knights and their guests including many State officials sat down to the repast National Secretary Daniel L Colwell announced that the National Board of Directors had contributed 10000 to the San Francisco sufferers and that in addition appeals for aid had been made to the Individual councils This not only brought forth applause but was the subject for a congratulatory address from Gov George II Utter chief executive of the State The toasts responded to were numerous and full of food for thought U U ORPHANS DAY Children From St Josephs Asylum Will Celebrate- at St Martins The children of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will have their annual celebra tion tomorrow afternoon This year the celebration will be at St Martins church and the Knights of St John and Uni formed Rank C K of A will act as military escorts to the orphans from St Josephs to St Martins church Each succeeding year the orphans are taken to one of the local German churches on a Sunday afternoon where after attending vespers the little ones sing recite and drill for the entertain ment of their benefactors This is fol lowed by a bounteous supply of refreshments for the children The people of the various congregations do all in their power to bring a little sunshine into tile cuetftfu o Q n SPIRITUAL As Well As Temporal Welfare Qnred For by thQ Yin= r coutians Lat + d Attendance at Quarterly Mooting Applauds the Reports Excellent Addresses Delivered by the Clergy and the Officers GAVE AID TO FRENCH MINERS The regular quarterly meeting ofall the conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society was held at St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral on Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock The attendance was unusually large perhaps the largest ever held The clergy present were the Rev Father Rock Spiritual Director the Very Rev Father Deppen and the Rev Fathers OSullivan Murphy and Hill President James T Campbell of the Particular Council presided The Sacred Heart conference with eight new members showed the largest gain for the last quarter St Patricks was next with five St Charles three St Brigids and St Philips two each and St Anthonys and St Vincent de Paul one eachFather Rock opened the meeting with prayer after which the two new con ferences the Blessed Sacrament and St Williams were aggregated to the general society President Campbell addressed the large class of new Vincentians in feeling words He told them that they were now to participate in all the bless ings and benefits in store for members of the order It was their duty to visit the poor and make them feel that they were good men and women despite their poverty They must also look after the spiritual welfare of these poor people Secretary Doyle read a communication from the New York Superior Council accompanied by one from the Counci General of Pwis calling on Vincentians everywhedinrelieylngtltedis tress of the families of the 1000 miners who met death in a recent French col liery disaster A collection was taken up and quite a nice sum was realized for the worthy charity The reports of the various conferences were read and each successive report brought forth applause Secretary Doyle told what one branch of the organization was doing in its visits to the School of Reform Members from each conference go there every Sunday and instruct the children in catechism He announced that next Sunday May 0 a class of twelve boys would receive their first holy communion Mr Doyle also told the good he hoped the new juenile court would accomplish President Campbell expressed satisfac tion at the reports read and over the results shown by the work done by the Particular Council He then introduced the Spiritual Director Father Rock who had been ill and unable to talk to the Vincentians for eight weeks Father Rock was happy in his remarks and kept all in a good humor He told what the true Vincentian was and the broad spirit of Catholicity that should extend over all He made pleasing references to the Rev Fathers Murphy and OSulllvab pastors who had brought their flocks into the Vincentian fold He said he knew that blessings on these priests and their people would increase and fructify Father Rock bade the members of the order to be solicitous concerning boys and girls who had strayed away from the church Speaking of Christ the Good Shepherd he compared the Vincentians to the shepherds who went about seeking stray lambs Even men and women who had fallen away from the faith were to be looked after and brought back What ever yon do for the poor he said you do ChristThe Rev Father Deppen was called upon and said he was pleasantly surprised to see such a large attendance It showed that the Catholic men of our city were imbued with a solid foundation of spirituality There are many societies of Catholics he said but the majority of them dealt largely with earthly matters The St Vincent de Paul Society was highly spiritual and he hoped to ste it grow more and more in spirituality and in temporal usefulness OFFICERS APPEAL Supreme President Pogarty of the Y M I Issued a call to all the councils to aid in relieving the distressed people of San Francisco Almost simultaneously Dr Joseph A Reardon Grand President of the Kentucky jurisdiction issued a similar appeal Before either reached Louisville Trinity and Mackin Councils and the Joint Committee had contributed 25 each Trinity and Mackin also took immediate steps to secure individual donations from their respective members DR GRIFFITHS LOSS Dr George W Griffiths has the sym pathy of the entire community over the Iocs of his daughter Miss Bessie who died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on diyHI illness had been crit lent for several days and theend was not unexpected Her father mother slater and fiancee Thomas Spencer of Buffalo were at her bedside when she passed away The deceased was twentyfive years old and was to have been married I in May fttI funeral took place from avenueIonand was te4f0f btf be84I8 f PF95 andcharacter CLASS OF TWELVE Boys at School of Reform Will Receive Communion Tomorrow A class of twelve boys inmates of the Louisville Industrial School of Reform will receive their first holy communion at that institution tomorrow morning The chaplain the Rev Father Michael Melody will celebrate the mass at 9 oclock Superintendent Caldwell will have tbealtars in the little chapel appro priately decorated with flowers and lights in honor of the occasion- In order that the boys may be physi cally content as well as spiritually happy the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society have arranged to give the first communicants a nice breakfast In fact everything possible will be done to make the occasion a memorable one for the boysThere are at present fifty Catholic boys in the School of Reform rouging in age from seven to sixteen years The twelve who are to receive the Holy Eucharist for the first time tomorrow are between the ages of twelve and fifteen Their instructors in catechism feel that these children are as well prepared for the great event as any class of children in the city The gentlemen who have been engaged in teaching catechism and the entire membership of the St Vincent de Paul Society are very thankful to Super intendent Calwell for his thoughtfulness On every occasion he has aided the teachers and has by every means in his power striven to induce the Catholic boys to live up to the teachings of their religion HOMEWARD BOUND Young Irish Invalid Starts On His Way to Dear Old Erin Maurice Wolfe who is well known in local Irish circles left Thursday for New York and sailed for Ireland yesterday He expects to remain in his native county Limerick until his health is fully restoredMr came to America less than a year ago and at once settled in Louis ville He was in robust health when he reached here but after several months he had to relinquish work Ills health failed so rapidly that his physician advised his return to Ireland as the only remedy The young man was without funds though he was not without friends John E Browne the popular grocer at Twelfth and Zane streets full of sym pathy for the invalid arranged draw ing for him He also enlisted other friends in the cause and went all over the city disposing of the tickets By this weans several hundred dollars were raised so that Mr Wolfe will have enough to live on until his health is restored after paying his passage money home The sick man left Louisville showering blessings on his benefactors SILVER JUBILEES Four Priests of This Diocese- to Celebrate In June Next The Rev Thomas W White pastor of the Church St Frances of Rome in Clif ton will celebrate his silver sacerdotal jubilee on June 26 instead of the twenty fifth anniversary of his church as was inadvertently stated last week Of the class of six priests ordained on June 26 1881 four are ministering to the spiritual wants of the people in this dio cese They are Father Thomas J Hayes of Bowling Green Father Richard Davis of Nazareth Father Lawrence Ford of St Patricks and Father Thomas White both of this city Father Joseph Cnn nelly is now in the diocese of Newark N J The sixth member of the class Father William McCarthy died about twelve years ago Each of the five living priests will have his own celebration of the anniversary MONTHS MIND The office and months mind for the repose Of the soul of the the lsteFatherl J J McLougblin will be held at St Williams church at 0 oclock Monday morning Father McLouglin died at St Anthoneys Hospitial in this city a month ago and was buried at his home in Pennsylvania He was a great friend of the Rev Fathar Denis Murphy whose assistant he was at St Williams for a brief period AH the local clergy have been invited to take part in the reo qaietn ceremonies and many have signified their intention to be present HEALTH IMPROVES SecretarjiBonapartepof the United Statue navy was attacked by acute indi gnation early in the week and was quite illfor a fee days Fortunately hellsi now on tb adoeompletcJeeonrnDD a VANQUISHED Felt erHavedfIaljlo Apts f 1 Trinitys Bowlers Shown Royal Time In Nelson County Last Saturday Visit to Gothsolimuo Abbey Was drowning Feature of the Day ANXIOUS FOR A RETURN GAME Trinity Councils bowling team went to New Haven Saturday afternoon was defeated there by a picked team of St Catherines Council but returned home Sunday evening chanting a litany of praises in honor of the victors and their hospitable fellowtownsmen All bowl Ing rivalry was forgotten in detailing the tUeirNelsonman among the Louisville visitors who does not want to go back to New Haven at some future time neither is there a man who will not welcome any resident of New Haven to Louisville whenever the occasion offers Trinitys bowlers were Capt Albert F j Martin Edward Wulf Paul Coleman BarryThe cil were Judge Robert Greenwell Prof Edward Coomes William Bowling Ed Nally and Jasper Johnson The New Haven team defeated the visitors 175 pins in three games This makes the second victory for the New Haven team on its own alleys Several weeks ago when the Nelson county visitors came to Louisville they were defeated by Trin itys team at Haagers alleys The Louisville people are not yet done and have invited New Havens team to play a return game in this city Following the game the visitors were escorted to St Catherine Councils hall where an elegant banquet was served After the tired bowlers and their friends had done justice JMbe ample Prof Edward Cooms ST3QJpr5ster CaptAlbertthe head of the bowling team iis also President of Trinity Council and likewise Kentuckyjurisdiction particularlyhappytribute to the Kentucky Irish American for its endeavors in behalf of the Y M I in the Kenducky jurisdiction Among others who delivered addresses were JosephIChief of Police Coyle of New Haven John X Kinberger Paul Coleman Pierre Dawson Edward and Robert Wulf and Adam Schneider all of Louisville Joe Barry of New Haven and the two John J Barrys one of the New Haven Irls11AmericanspeakersindorsedPresident of the Y M I and others indorsed Edwin Dawson for reelection as Grand Secretary Nearly all of the JBarrysHaven girl for a wife and drop bachelor hoodIt was late in the night when the feast was ended but visitors and hosts were morningTheCatherines church where the choir reproduced the special musical pro ISnndayThechoirs good work thelDawsonHousethe hosts escorted them to waiting surreys r and wagonettes and thejwhole party were driven to the historic Abbey of Gethsemane The scenery along the route though wild and rugged is most picturesque especially at thisseasou of theyear No guests are ordinarily allowed tto enter Gethsemane on Sundays but by special permission the Very Rev Prior Father Frederick Dunn escorted the entire party through the main parts of the abbey As he went from place t place he explained the differentpofiru of interest and the rigors of monastic life as TrappeThoseJ Daw son Judge Robert Greenwell Prof Edwin Coomes Will Plunkett Jasper JohnBarryCaptAlbertLammersiWilliamThomas Ford Joseph L Lenihan Paul Coleman Pierre Dawson Bernard Morth J9rBarryXjSopleased with their trip to the abbey thsf at least one member of the party hJ expressed his intention of returnirij probably for good After a two houJ trip through the monastery the visitr railroadstionLouisville tired but fall of New Havd hospitality 1 When the New Hayeu bowlers cl protoways tbanoneIJ 1 0 4y JTk IU NTUOKY IRI8 A1IIERIO 1 t i WKENTUCKY IRISH ftMERlGflN IIINIINN111NIININM1 fitted ta the Moral and Social Advancoatest of all Irl H Amerloaas KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY fie 8atrd at the LontarIU Potofflce all SecoBdCUss Htttar tictiilt Conmnalcalloaitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 West Orecn Strut OISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 5 1906 AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS j othertt The Louisville Elks and good citizens are making a great fight to exterminate tuberculosis from our city For this purpose they have formed an AntiTuber culosis 1 Association and a plan of campaign against the dread disease bas been formulated Statistics from the local health office show that this white plague carried off more people in Louisville last year t fevertthan were stricken by yellow 1 in New Orleans Thisi9 is a sad t state of affairs and the AntirTuJjer 1 culQsj Association deserves the Support of all people who have the I health of our people at heart TALKED RIGHT OUT- s Murayan Krishna a Hindoo Brahmin was invited to fill tbeI pulpit in a Kansas City Episcopal church last Sunday and surprised the natives After tellinffthe over theirkenousl I missionaries at faBrnfi he said Sbbw die a country where mis sion aries have been that is prosper ous It does not exist There were no famines no plagues in India before the English invasion I am herein the interests of India for India not India for England That sounds like bis name might be Chris Moran instead of Maryan Krishna SYMPATHY FROM IRELAND If the people of Ireland are too jLlcoffer malarial assistance to the peoP of iBan Francisco they are at least not wanting in grati tude The sentiments of the whole Irish nation are voiced by the editor of the Dundalk Democrat when he saysIIFrom its Irish Archbishop and former Mayor Phelan down it was to all intents an Irish city Beneath its smoking ruins there lies the mortal clay of many a brightfaced boy and girl the darling of Irish parent hearts And of those Irish in the West who will be heard of no mere when jhe sad tale of ruin is all told their Fiiends may have this solace that thy died no cowards death in that frightful scene of havoc and deso lation There will be many of the u breed and type of Fire Chief Sulli van who will die the death of heroes helping the helpless And for such one may reverently hope there is prepared the martyrs crownTHE CATHOLIC PRESS James I Conway editor of our tiwesteemed contemporary the Provi dence Visitor in responding to a toast at the State banquet of Rhode Island Knights of Columbus last week said in partliThe press is the index of our civilization For even from the purely mechanical dt point of view it is indeed an art and no human endeavor has pro duced greater perfection of macbin rYeThe intelleCtuul branch of r newspaper work is also marvelous and the best thing that can be said tof it is that newspaper men in spite of the fact that they are as a rule poorly paid are unwilling to leave a vocation which they learn to love T for its own sake The press is also khe index of our liberty for it keeps Wet before our minds the consoling assurance that we live under a rep lsentatlye government The best brts of the newspaper are seen the religious press which is pays laboring for the betterment the nations and is destined to fc on in spite of opposition from tout and the indifference of warm Catholics within the foldr is to be the instrument his hands for saving the nations t o C from the lawless forces which are threatening society What Editor Conway said is true and to the point- PHELANS ABILITY The editor of the Milwauke Citizen pays this deserved tribute to James D Phelan exMayor c- San Francisco and hero of the hour liAs an individual contributor to the San Francisco relief fund one notices an Irish name leading all the restfar and above in amoun the generosity of the Rockefellers the Astors and the VanderbiltS The name is that of James D Phe Ian who subscribed 1000000 And this notwitshanding that he himself lost 15000000 by the fire These great catastrophes always evoke largehearted acts and assure us that neither magnanimity public spirit nor courage have yet vanished from the fface of the earth Mfr Pheiahs cOhduct proclaim him a man worthy of his Wealth Ve learn further ttlttt he is a Cath olic a graduate ofa Jesuit collegi e and that he was Mayor of San Francisco from 1896 to 1902 Abe is only fortyfive years of age ve shall hope to hear more of hit hereafter The Kentucky Irish American desires to add that President Roose velt recognized Mr Phelans abil ity and has recommended that h- be made the chief agent throng which relief is to be disbursed The editor of the Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo saysliThe Catholic who can not afford to take the paper always sends in the mos gushing marriage notice and hope for the most elaborate obituary The Kentucky Irish American has found this often the case but not always Good of the Order a new loco journal to be published ever month in the interest of the Knights of Columbus made its first appearance this week It is5 ably edited by John J Flynn and its columns are filled with brigh things from several of the loca knights While it will be years before San Francisco will be rebuilt in all its splendor the people have gotten over their panic and normal con itions are said to be returning However many are in need of food clothing and money The Associated Press informer us on Tuesday that the victors in the hop step and jump were three Englishmen and it gives their names OConnor Leahy and Cro nino Very Irish English were they to be sure TRINITV COUNCIL Trinity Council met Monday nigh but transacted only routine business Next Monday night the members and the candidates elected will meet with Jackln Council when a grand initIation will be held with Mackins degree team officiating President Martin desires r fun attendance of the council at this eetiag FONTAINE FERRY Ponntaine Ferry Park will give Ira patrons two exceptional attractions during the coming week One will be the new andeville bill in the Hopkins Pavilion and the other will be a series of free concerts by the First Regiment Band o Mexico under the leadership of Capt ayes a noted musician and cornet solo atBobzienaCubanaCigar bc Best made FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours devotion began a- tHolr Rosary Academy on Sunday ana dosed Tuesday morning Monday wa he feaet of St Catherine of Sienna i8 Dominican nun and the services at Hoi lowry were more than usually elaborate Only the nuns their pupils and a few atlmcte friends attendee the devotions a SOCIETY I J1 u Mrs James Winn of Portland is visit- Ing relatives In Owensboro Mrs Kannie McKenna of Portland is visiting her son at Knoxville John P Dolan of Portland is spend- Ing several weeks at Eureka Springs Ark Miss Nora Keating of South Louis ville is the guest of friends in Shelby county James Mellet and his estimable wife have ben enjoying themselves at West Baden Springs Mr and Mrs Edward White have c removed from 3840 Grand Boulevard to 705 Florence place A pretty baby girl arrived at 1422 Payne street this week and Papa Jerry Sheehan is all smiles William Colgon has gone to New Orleans on business He will be away from the city several months James and John Butler of Covington ire guests of Michael J Walsh of 728 ildham street during the races t James Martin and bride have returned rom their wedding tour and have begun lousekeeping in the Highlands Mrs Disney Ryan and children haveI eturned to Lebanon Junction after a pleasant visit to relatives in this city On Tuesday evening Miss Nora Mc Donough entertained the Young Ladies uchre Club at her home 505 Twenty sixth street Mrs Paul Higgins entertained her ard club at the home of her mother Mrs Minnie V Boscbe in Portland on Monday afternoon Miss Anita Muldoon and her guest Miss Lou Hopkins of St Louis left Wednesday to attend the May music estival at Cincinnati Miss Mottle Mackey of South Louis Ille Accompanied Miss Annie Donahue to her home in Cincinnati and will emain there several weeks Miss Catherine Drus and Miss Jewel OBrien have returned from Corydon End where they spent a week as guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Martin Dr Patrick Langan of Kankakee Ill has purchased a residence on Twenty sixth street near Portland avenue and wi11 remove his family to this city Attorney William OConnor who spent hree weeks at Pass Christian Miss convalescing from typhoid fever has returned home in the best of health William A Hennessy and bride formerly Miss Ellen Joyce have returned from their honeymoon tour and are at home to their friends at 711 Oldham street George Winges the popular grocer at 2400 Rowan street has returned from Martlnsville Ind where he went to be treated for rheumatism His health is much Improved Miss Clara BIr a favorite in New Albany Catholic society circles and a leading member of Holy Trinity cbmcb will be the guest of friends at Peru Ind during the next three weeks Miss Anna Weber and Arthur Day promiuent young people of New Albany were united in matrimony at St Marys church in that city Tuesday morning the Rev Father Borries officiating Miss Mary Klarer and William J Ram lacker were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Charles Borromeo hurch onJMonday afternoon the Rev Father Raffo offichtirg Both bride and room are popular in West End society circles The ceremony that made Miss Kather ride Martell Mrs Henry Weinmann was solemnized at St Marys church in New Albany at 10 oclock Tuesday morning Both bride and groom are popular in New Albany Catholic circles and their many friends crowded the church to wit less the ceremony Mr and Mrs John J Broderlck who were united in matrimony at St Pat icks church last week have begun housekeeping in a cozily furnished home at 1907 Lytle street The bride was Miss De1la T Purtill daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Purtill of County Kerry Ireland Mr Broderlck holds a responsl ble position with the Pennsylvania rail oad He is a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and a charter mem- Ber of the Criterion Club Quite a jolly party from Bowling Green came here to witness the Derby Vhile in Louisville they were the guests of Curran Bros 418 West Green street In the party were Mayor George Wilson Sheriff Charles Jenkins City Attorney C P Thomas City Clerk Rush McGee George Massie of the Board of Public Works Dr Farnsworth Daniel ORegan James Whittlngill and Joseph Shugnorty The last named gentleman is en route to Europe for a stay of several months Miss Florence J Lynch gave her rlends quite a surprise Thursday night by becoming the wife of Marcus W Phillips of Springfield 111 Members off the family were invited to her fathers esidence 2443 West Chestnut street ostensibly to play euchre When the guests had all arrived the Rev E L Powell also put in an appearance and in less time than It takes to tell it Miss yuch became Mrs Phillips The brides a daughter ot Raymond Lynch the veteran proofreader Her husband has- been for several years manager of a hotel at Springfield Iii The happy couple rill make their home in Louisville Bobzienf Cubans Cigat5c Best made n STILL PUSHING tJ tackln Councils Members Have Very Many Il Afoot nsII President Raidy occupied the be meeting of Mackin Council Y M I Bn Tuesday night Four applications were received and the new members were lected The San Francisco Relief Com ilttee reported that it had coLlected note than 2100 and had sent a check for 100 immediately to Supreme Director comJ11nnlcaItiou vatic Club Inviting the members 9f ilackin to attend that body s perform I II once on Monday May 14 Several memo hers made brief remarks urging the coun ell to attend the presentation of the drama Louis Kieffer on behalf of the Fount Line Ferry Park outing committee eported that 10000 tickets had been irdered and that the necessary advertise ng matter was ready for distribution It was also announced that each member ilsposing of fifty tickets would receive a Y M I button Thomas Bachman on behalf of the committee that bad charge of the last uchre reported that a nice sum bad been accumulated and handed over to the council treasury IJt was announced hat Mackins degree team would initiate ai class for Trinity CouncU On Monday light but this will not interfere with he meeting on Tuesday Bobziens Cuban Cigar Cc Best made DISTINGUISHED CONVERT Prof Edward Smith of Columbia Uni erslty Portland Ore was received into the Catholic church in that city very ecently He is a Greek and Hebrew cholar and was formerly a Methodist c ainistsr in the Eastern States The Rev Father Jerome Phelan C S C eceived him into the church and gave him conditional baptism FIRST COMMUNION CLASS The Rev Father Denis Murphy pastor of St Williams church is preparing a large class of boys and girls to receive heir first holy communion on Sunday stay 20 Solemn high mass will be cele brated on that occasion at 7 oclock The sacrament of confirmation will be administered at 330 oclock in the afternoon KOLBS CAFE Al Kolbs cafe at 345 West Green treet has been repainted and renovated within and without and in its bright new dress presents a more attractive appearance than ever It is a resort for the ilgheit class of trade both local and ransient REORGANIZED The members of Defraine Council Y M I of Lebanon have reorganized heir dramatic society and will give a public performance within the next two weeks Joe the Waif is the title of he drama and its action is said to be jrimfnil of interest BLESSING OF STATUE The beautiful new statue of St Patrick presented to St Williams church will be blessed at 730 oclock on the even- Ing of Sunday May 27 The Rev Father VM J Rock will preach the panegyric of Erins patron saint NOT THE MAN Edward H Kassenbroclt of 2545 West Walnut street is not the man who was implicated iu a row at South Louisville as was erroneously stated in certain of the daily papers ODOR Of RELIGION The rose upon opening its leaves begins to throw out fragrance and so long as it is alive it continues to exhale send out the most grateful odor Place isingle rose in your room and in a short Ime that tiny flower will have filled he the entire apartment with its invisible presence And so with vital religion When the soul expanded blossoms forth under the the quickening breath of the Sun of Righteousness it pours out a ragrance upon all who in its path have ai blest fellowship making pleasant and delightful the place of its habitation OUR BURDENS If we feel that we must relieve our sot row or distress burdened hearts by con ding in another let us carefully choose our subject time and circumstance To thus parade our mental burdens in the sight of our fellow men that all may see and pity will but add to their grevious ness by making manifest the poverty of human sympathy and rendering ourselves repugnant to all with whom we come in contact There is but one being who will never weary of our loving plaints It isalways safenever amiss to appeal for sympathy and solace to the infinitely loving God of our hearts LESSON IN FIGURES An Irishman was walking along a road beside a golf link when he was suddenly stuck between the shoulders by a golf baHtThe force of the blow almost cnocked him down When he recovered he observed a golfer running toward him Are you hurt 1 asked the player Why didnryou get out of the way 2 Andwhy should I get out of the way 1 asked Pat I didnt know there were any assassins around here But I called fore that is a sign for you to get out of the way Oh it is Is m said Pat Well thin whiti I say foive it is a sign that you are goiu to get hit on the nose Foive n After cleaning white kid glov1It with asoline lay them on the register for anI hour or so You will find that the dry heat has baked out all the odor of the glOlll i u 1 MILITARY CARNIVAL and WORLDS FAIR PIKE II IIAtt the New Armory April 30 to May 12 BAND CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND NIGHT 1 20SENSATIONAL SHOWS20 I i III i SEE Princess Lull the Smallest Midget in the Country is married and poundsChauncey basIIII and fattest man in the IRISHAMERICAN NIGHT MAY 8 GRAND SUCCESS rlshAmcrlcan Night at Mill Itary Carnival Will Break Record Tbe Military Carnival and Worlds Pair Pike now in progress at the arm ry has proven an unqualified success the attendance has been large both dnr ng the afternoon and evening and the ttractions satisfactory Tonight will be Governors night and the record break- Ing crowd of the week is promised Great interest centers in the outcome Df next Tuesday night or as it is pop ilarly called Irish Ameriean night ilembera of the Ancient Order of Hiber liaus Y M I and similar organization lave signified their intention of being resent The displays by the local merchants and manufacturers are interesting rand the various pike attractions are of he thrilling variety THEY LOST The Robinson Norton bowling team went to Corydon Saturday night under the leadership of Capt Dennis J Glee son The Louisville team was no match for the Hoosier bowlers Capt Gleeson attributes his fll luck to the fact that he ook no rooters along He has challenged earns at Vevay and Utica and expects to play in both towns in the near future BobzlensCubana Cigar 5c Best made MERELY ROUTINE The Ladies Auxiliary A O H beld its regular meeting Wednesday night and considering the weather the attendance was good Miss Mary Sheridan was unavoidably absent and Miss Elizabeth King presided in her stead while Miss Ella OConnell acted Secretary iu the absence of Mrs Rose Kelly Miss Rose Nalty was balloted for and electec Outside of this cnly routine business was transacted BISHOP APPEALS His Lordship tbe Right Rev Bishop McCloskey has issued a pastoral to the clergy nnd laity of the diocese of Louisville asking for aid for the San Francisco sufferers He orders a collection Jo betaken up for their benefit at all the masses in nil the churches tomorrow morning The Bishop also forbids all other morning collections Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made BISHOP IS BUSY The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey administered the sacrament of confirma ion to a class at St Thomas Orphan Asylum in Bardstown on Wednesday Tomorrow morning he will administer onfirmation to a class at St Joseph hurch Washington street near Webster at 630 oclock At 330 oclock in the afternoon he will confirm another arge class at St Patricks church CATHOLIC STUDENTS Two Catholics have distinguished hemselves at English universities this year Jerome Farrel has won a classical fellowship at Cambridge worth 1000 for six years with board and residence At Oxford Valentine OConnell Miley has gained a mathematical scholarship worth 400 a year MrFarrell is the first atholic fellow of Cambridge since the eformatioM THOMAS CAREY DEAD Thomas Carey died at his home 1717 Lytle street on Tuesday after an illness of typhoid fever He was fortysix year old and is survived by three children For several years he had been in the employ of the Illinois Central railroad and vas respected by his neighbors and fellow workmen The funeral took place rom St Patricks church on Thursday norning MACAULEYS IIPiff Paff Pouf which has been tyled a musical cocktatl will play a eturu engagement at Macauleys Theater 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Cumbn3o FAREWELL AUDIENCE life Grace the Most Rev John Ireland Archbishop of St Paul was received by his Holiness Pope Plus X in farewell audience on Monday The Pope expressed himself as well pleased with the visit of Archbishop Ireland and said he wpuld follow with affectionate interest the build ing of bis new Cathedral L T MACAULEVSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and ednesday Matinee PIFF PAFF POUF FONTAINEFERRY TUB PARK DEACTIFUV WEEK OF MAY O High Class Vaudeville at HOPKINS PAVILION One of the big comedy hits of the season v ROSAIRE DORETO In The Captain and the Drunken Sailor CoillusionitsextraordinaryJletville the great king of the magicians Cull and John son singers and dancers The Kinedrome new animated views Encasement Extraordinary NATIONAL BAND OF OLD MEXICO CO musicians S free concerts daily ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAY 6 Heres Another Good Big OnefaWILLIAMS Ai BURNS Imperial BurlesquersI- n a 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HILL MOpen For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOI Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful park has been great improved this season and is furnish with new equipments throughout Pal ties or societies should consult the man ger of Phoenix Hill Park before clash contracts I WINES UatJUftSCSAR VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 9 to 1230 oclock x42 t GRE NJ 1 u 0C d s GIVE US YOUR ORDERJ 1 Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET 1 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY MB Spring Twenty= Four Days Racing Day May 2 and Ending MeetingSERMONS Clark Handicap This Afternoon Debutante Stakes May 10 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY P M Steeplechases through the center field six fences and day PATRIOTICmJJ Venerable Bishop of Rochester Praises the American Republic I Divorce Threatens Its Foundations and Evil Must Be Fought Splendid Address Delivered Be fore Cathedral School Alumni THEIR DUTY TO GOD AND MEN The Right Rev Bishop McQuaid always an interesting talker delivered a stirring and patriotic address in Roches ter last week before the alumni of the Cathedral school When he arose the venerable prelate was greeted with the applause of 400 former pupils En masse they rose to their feet and cheered him till they were well nigh exhausted After the applause had subsided Bishop Mc Quaid said in part At my age I take this greeting as the vocal testimony of your hearts I wish I were all you ascribe to me Of all the institutlous in the Rochester diocese none comes nearer to my heart than the Cathedral school and its graduates Tonight I have been likened to a great General leading his forces to victory I have never known a General who was able to do much without brave and devoted soldiers following his leadership If I have had success in my work I owe it to the soldiers who have formed my army to the priests who have stood by me to the people who have upheld my hands and to the rank and file of the various parochial schools of the diocese It will depend on you to come up to the full requirements and then the war will go on in the bloodless struggle of strongmen and women for the cause that is ours and at the same time is the cause of the citizens of the United States Many do not understand the aim we have in view We are often commended I for the work we are doing Many give us praises for our wonderful school work but they know not what z is beyond that school work the end in view which is that life immortal yet to come The second of I our objects Is still less known We are for God and for Christs holy religion for morality and the teaching of Christian civilization but we have something mor R in view We are children of God but we are also members of this organization the civil organization of citizens Df this great republic There are many republics in this world but none which gives liberty to all aud protection to all classes except the republic of the United States Y of America The point to which we look is the preservation of this republic It I can have no security in the future no g guarantee of stability except in moral life based upon Gods creed and expressed = will There must be law order and S justice right and freedom for me and right and freedom for every citizen in the land Thiscan never be brought about except through the instrumentality of men and women who believe in God and Christ It is only through conscience that successfuljwork can be obtained When our leaders are guilty of crimes when the family is shattered by divorce the republic begins to stagger for the founds 80 tion of the republic is in the family life When that is destroyed the structure will r fall Our cause has In the put brought n f 0 G- 00Printing WORK FAIR DONT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST I 1IR M ANDRWi 8ijN8 WAGONN MANUFC1URERSR Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST bloqny and misrepresentation upon us mild the holding back of the encouragement we were entitled to For man years our schools holding God within them were criticised unfavorably But re are encouraged now to go on and spread our sound morality and gain the victory for the government of free men mud women Our object is to do our luty first to God and then to our fellow citizens Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made CROWDS INCREASE Many Take Advantage of the Pleasure Trip to Sliver Hills Lovers of nature are taking advantag of the pleasant weather to visit Silve Hilts just west of New Albany Tb Louisville Southern Indiana Tractio Company whose cars carry patrons t these charming hills from Louisville effersonville and New Albany is doin everything possible to accommodate th public The traffic managers report show that the majority of those wh visit Silver Hills make the trip on Tuesday Wednesday or Thursday on wee lays and on Sundays the number of cat have to be increased for the comfort 0 the passengers Silver Hilla is an ideal place for prival outings Sunday school picnics etc There is ample shade plenty of health i water and sylvan scenes galore K charge Is made for those who occupy tt grounds for picnics and outings Ca that will carry you direct to the hit leave the corner of Third and Markc streets every fifteen minutes The rid to the terminus of the line and backis pleasant one for those who care tQ con manewith nature Bobzlena Cubana Cigar 6c Beet mad Vermin of all kinds can be destroy by applying 0 very strong solution alum and hot water to furniture all crevices in the wallIi rJ nr Do 0- a Ir u o- rl Thunderbolts LaunchedAgain Certain Tendencies In America Archbishops Ryan and Glen no Give Timely Warning to the People Magnificent Efforts of Orators of the American Hierarchy SUICIDE DIVORCE COMMUNISM The centenary celebration of the Bat timore Cathedral last Sunday was not only remarkable for Its grand pagean but it was also made memorable by the utterances of Archbishops Ryan and Glennon both of whom launched thunderbolts against some tendencies IIn American life of the present day Botb showed that the Catholic church Is unalterably opposed to socialism and the undue aggregation of wealth Amon the salient points made by Archbishop Ryan were these There are three great and Increasing evils in our day one affecting the individual the second the family and the third the State I mean suicide divorce and communism leading to anarchy Now the doctrines of the Catholic churc teach the folly and sinfulness of these and declare that those guilty of then shall be punished for oil eternity I COt not believe the love of money is the predominant fault of the American peopl They are too noble and generous a peop to be a nation of misers No I belies that ambition pride inordinate indi pendence and selfreliance are our mo dangerous foes We need as vital to OUI permanence as a nation more respect fo the distinct doctrinal teachings of Jest Christ Of course we can not expect te find in our public men suet asceti humility as the new Pontiff exhibit but a deep sense of responsibility to Gc and to the people a humble estimate 0 our own powers and reliance on God power to help us are to be sought Equally strong was the sermo preached by Archbishop Glennon at thl vesper service Here are a few of thl truths be told The social fabric appears today to bin imminent danger because old print pies are ignored and old foundation I attacked What was held as law isno regarded as injustice what was heldia government Is now deemed tyranny I were folly to deny that the shadow c socialism Is hanging over the land an while learned men are busy pointing 01 its unreasonableness its lack of feasibl ity the shadow deepens And yet w fear not We are convinced that tt Church has a message for these comic e yearsStanding by that cross the Churc would teach an equality that mere fort of poverty and wealth could not affec From the darkness and the gloom as 0 Good Friday will come forth again tt victorious 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MkNa Are Bit o1h ad 10th- n TELEflHONK1ZIZ JJ 0 r teeee e TT A T BVPT TOTO I DRESS SKIRT SALEW- ebought an overproduction of stylish and well made Dress Skirts at 56 cents on the dollar We are selling them at the same rate and those the alert for great values will find this a great opportunity In this of Dress Skirts are no less than 35 different styles to select from 11on one is topnotch and the making highclass The materials are Cheviots Serges Voiles Checks and Fancy Mixtures All and sizes in the Ii Skirts worth followinpIi300 for 198IiIi Skirts worth 450 for IiSkrts worth 750 for 398 worth 850 for fe p 498 I Skirts worth 1100 for z 698 i Skirts worth 1500 fors 998 i MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH os 0 o o X000000 O OO HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- New5 Notes The Pittsburg divisions will hold their second annual reunion and picnic on June 28 A new division of the Ladies Auxiliary has been organized in St Basils parish ChicagoA A meeting of Division 3 wil be held Monday night and a full attend- anceI is desired I P C Clarke formely of this city now of Greenwood Miss writes to say Tel I the boys of division 1 I am yet with them in heart- Divisions II- 3 and 4 of Syracuse hay arranged a Pedro contest The firs games were played on Thursday night IDivision 3 of Minneapolis has arranged a delightful entertainment in honor of its new members It will take place tomor rowOn Wednesday night Division 4 will hold a business meeting aud the members will hear a report from the Entertainment Committe Division 75 of Boston opens and closes each meeting with prayer in the Gaelic language During the session a chapter of Irish history is also read In less than a month members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Allegheny county Penn have subscribed 1000 for the new Pittburg Cathedral National President Jsines E Dolan will talk on the Story of Hibernianism at the approaching celebration of the seventieth anniversary of the order in PhiladelphiaDivision will hold a buisness meeting on Tuesday night The Literary Com mittee will announce its programme for Ladies Night which will be held later in the month At Erie both divisions attended com munion inva body on Sunday morning The next day they opened their new headquarters with a reception and ball The Ladies Auxiliary were active in assisting the members of the order Division 1 of Wilmington Del has adopted resolutions asking the United States Navy Department to name the new big battleship The Delaware The members have also appealed to their representative in Congress to urge that the vessel be to named Division 3 of Minneapolis and Division 4 of St Paul engaged in a membership contest which was brought to a close last week Minneapolis landed 101 new members as against eightysix for St Paul As a result the latter division will have to pay for an oyster supper Division 15 of Meriden Conn is one of the most progressive in the State It was organized eight years ago with a charter membership of 282 and now has 515 on its rolls It has a balance of 3000 in the treasury despite the fact that it has paid out on an average 1000 a year in sick benefits Bobzlena Cubana Cigar 5c Best made SPRING MEETING Or the Louisville Jockey Club Opens Under Favorable Auspices The thlrtysecond annual spring meet- Ing of the Louisville Jocky Club opened at Churchill Downs on Wednesday after soon and in the presence of crowd of at least 30000 people Sir Huon a horse owned by George J Long a Louisville man galloped home with the Derby prize It was a great race well run but easily wonThe racingthis week has been of supe rior excellence and the meeting opened under the most favorable auspices The princpal event carded for today is the Clark handicap Next week the princi pal events will be the Debutante stakes pa Tuesday the Bluegrass etches Thur day and the Nursery etakee on Saturday On Monday and Wednesday the steeplechases will add interest to the programme Bobzleni Cabana CJJAr6Ci hIt suede 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 1- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cnsick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Kelra- nRecordingSlcretaryosepb T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Coleman Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorltE J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month- PresidentJohn A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary Emmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArms Robert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney Sergeantat DoorkeeperEugene arms Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y 2VI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raldy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber ItfullarkeyInside Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella GETTING CLOSES Geraldlne Dramatic Clubs Performance Is Not Very Par Off One week from Monday night the itsIteur dramatic organization is composed of several young IrishAmerican ladies and gentlemen exceptional ability and the performance promises to be a treat to their many friends The principal effort will be the production of Shaun Aroon IIa romantic Irish drama All the parts are acceptably filled and the performers coutiuue to rehearse twice a weekThomas D Clines and Michael McGuIre will appear in a curtainraiser entitled Forgetmenots From start to finish the entertainment promises tore very enjoyable since all the charac ters are in competent hands C Kr of AMoat States have Com missioners of Insurance whose duty it is- o protect the people agaihst irresponsi ble companies Tae Catholic Knights of America enjoy the unconditional approbation of every State Insurance Department I Write to President Felix Gaudia New Orleans LaiOC to Secretary Anthony fatre1MermodJaccard Building St Louie MoPu 0 IQ- I r 0 i c S IRELAND Record of the Most Important 01 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Judge Brady was presented with whit gloves at Dungannon quarter sessions ai there was no criminal business Patrick Whelan a carpenter fell off I scaffold at the MunsterConnacht Exh bition in Limerick and was killed The Rev Father OFlynn a practical Gaelic Leaguer and a popular soggartl was the recipient of a suitable present tion from his flock on his departure tIe Annascaul from Duagb County Kerry Cardinal Logue performed the ceremony of opening of the new Carnegi Library at Drogheda His Eminenc delivered an important address in whic he dealt at length with the education bill The United Irishman has suspend publication A weekly paper on tfc same lines and to take its place entitle Sinn Fein made its appearance last wee1 under the editorship of Arthur Griffith who was the founder and editor of the formerRev Daniel Foley of Tarbert Count Kerry and Rev Father McTernau 01 Manorhamilton two of the oldest priest in Ireland died the first week of thi month Both were ordained prior to the famine and were idolized by their parishioners besides possessing the friendshi of members of other denominations Emigration is on the down grade iat present especially in Munster and Cor naught Last year there were nearl 10000 fewer emigrants than in the preceding year So far this year there is a decrease of nearly 2000 on last year figures One cause appears to be the falling off in the number of passages paid on the other side of the Atlantic The Irish artloving public will regret to learn of the death of R T Moynan after a prolonged period of illhealth After abandoning a medical l career fOl that of art he studied in Dublin and afterwardon the continent Early in hi studies at the Antwerp Royal Academy he had the unique distinction of being the first Irishman to get the award 01 first place against nearly a hundred com petitors of all nationalities- A tenant named James Carroll his wife and four children were evicted for non payment of rent from his small holding at Falduff near Westport at the suit of Justice ODowd Prior to the eviction the holding was sold to Martin Geraty who summoned Carroll before the Louis berg magistrates for taking repossession Owing to an informality in the summons the charge was dismissed without preju diceThe undoubted mineral wealth of Derry has at last been tapped After the usual prospecting operations a deep shaft has been sunk at Ballymorglin about four miles from LImavady in a picturesque situation on the rugged face of Beneve nue mountain overlooking the fertilt valley of the Roe with the silver streal of Lough Foyle and the Donegal moun tamps in the distance An extensive bed of hematite ore has been discovered not far from the surface of a very rich qual ity equal to any oxide found in the United Kingdom A pumping plant is being placed in position to enable operations on a large scale A report of the Department of Agriculture shows that in the year 1005 migra tory laborers to the approximate number 25000 went to Scotland and 20000 to England The exodus is stated to be the greatest in the month of June but the umber has been steadily decreasing in recent years there being a falling off last year of 2000 as compared with 1904 Roughly estimated threefourths of them Deere natives of Connaught and of that number twothirds camfrom Mayo The largest numbers migrate from Swin ford Westport Castlebar Claremorris Balllna and Belmullet a considerably number from Roscommon and some from Galway and Sligo Bobdeua Cubans Cigar 6c Best made By rolling tightly or folding quilts after washing and then beating with a rolling pin or potato masher the cotton will be lightened up and the quilts made soft and newIUS U 7 n 1 1sl1 i v ttttt Jttt1tttttt GREAT SALEOF IRON BEDS A- 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 25 JAMES GREENE Y b 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + + t + t + t t I Sunlight f 350FOR Ask for these two and be the best shoes for the tyou ever saw All and for 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