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I t I p KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XVINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 12 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS DOUBLE EVENT L Local Hibernians Preparing for Annual Outing Nexty Mouth- ThirtySecond Anniversary to Be Celebrated at Fon taine Ferry Lark Friendly Rivalry Between Di visions Over Advance Sale of Tickets GENEROUS CONTRIBUTION TO FRISCO The four divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will uuite in holding their annual outing this year andwhile the members their families and friends are enjoying their day they will be at the same time celebrating Ute thirtysecond anniversary of the establishment of the first division of the otder in this city The county Board has selected Fontaine Ferry Park for the scene of the outing and the date has been fixed for Thursday June 28 An equitable arrangement has been made with the park management 1andin the event of good weather Fon tame Ferry Park ought to have the record breaking crowd of the season Tickets will be distributed among the members at once and a friendly rivalry wilt be indulged in by the four divisions The moneyaccruing from the sale of tickets will go to the respective divisions and it is probable that each will offer a prize for the person who sells the greatest number The County Board held a special meet ing on Tuesday night and made prellml nary arrangements for the picnic or out ing President Thomas Quinn occupied the chair and stated that the meeting had been called to hear a report from the Executive Committee appointed to make arrangements for the outing Alderman George J Butler reported the proposition offered by the management of Fontaine Ferry Park and that June 28 was open The board unanimously voted to accept the proposition President Quinn imme diately appointed the following commit tees to perfect the necessary arrange ments Advertising Messrs Peter J Cusick Thomas D Clines and Joseph L Lenihan Music aud DancingMessrs Thomas D Clines Joseph Dougherty and William J Contfclly t FinanceThomas Quinn George J Butler and John A Murphy Executive George J Butler John M Mnlloy William T Meeton and William J Connelly The County Board will meet again on Thursday night when the various com mittees will report the progress made in arrangemeutstmet Tuesday night prior to the meeting of the County Board In the absence of President John M Mulloy Thomas Dolan presided Communica tions were read from the Elks and the Military Carnival In response to the appeal made by National President Dolan 50 was donated to the San Frau Cisco sufferers Timothy Lyonj and James Cusick were reported still on the sick list- James Rogers a veteran member of Division 1 called attention to the fact that the order was established in Louis ville thirtytwo years ago The first division was organized temporarily in May 1874 In the following month the permanent organization was effected and the late Matthew Curran was chosen the first President J Mr Rogers remarks were received with applause and it was at once deter mined to make the outing serve also as a celebration of the thirtysecond anni versary of the order in this city President John A Murphy presided over the meeting of Division 4 Wednes day night and put the work through in a businesslike manner Stephen J McEI liott of the Employment Committee reported that several positions were open and asked members out of employment to confer with him Austin Walsh urged a full attendance tiofthe division at the Geraldine Dramatic Clubs performance at Macauleya Mon day night Secretary William J Con nelly on behalf of the County Board reported that the joint divisions would 1holdthe annual outing at Fontaine Ferry Park on June 28 In response to the appeal from the National Board 25 was donated to the San Francisco relief fund c It was decided to elect delegates to the State convention at the first meeting in June Messrs John J Barry and David Reilly stated that the Literary Commit tee was arranging a programme of supe rior excellence for the social session to be held at the next meeting Wednesday night May 23 The committee has provided for good music and a bountiful t supply of refreshments REWARD OP MERIT The Hon Emmet Slattery has beet given a handsome diamond watch fob by the local members of the Credit Mens Association as a slight token of their regard for his work in pre entinj and pushing toa successful conclusion their bill through the last Legislature It was known u the fictitious name bill a nd is designed to protect creditor from firms whose officers are unknown poa whom co t paper can not be- n r served without the greatest difficulty Mr Slattery is slowly recovering from a series of painful surgical operations which kept him confined at St Josephs Infir mary for a period of five weeks MACKIN COUNCIL Progress Reported by Com mlttee In Charge of An nual Outing The attendance at the meeting of Mackin Council on Tuesday night was large and the members enthusiastic Five new members were elected and two appli cations were received Chairman Kief fer of the committee arranging for the outing at Fontaine Ferry Park reported that advertising matter was ready for distribution and tickets were being placed on sale A communication was received from Supreme President Fogarty thanking the council for its donation of 100 to the San Francisco sufferers The epistle also contained the information that Supreme Vice President Samuel Haskins had lost everything but his life in the earthquake and subsequent fire President Raidy appointed Messrs Clarence Zook Samuel Robertson and f Louis Kieffer on a special committee tot secure books for the library bearing ont Catholic subjects Louis Kieffer answered t the question propounded at the last meet t lug on the colors worn by priests in theff celebration of mass aud Clarence Zook told what was required of persons receiv ing the sacrament of confirmation Geo J Lautz delivered an address on the First Degree of the Order Clarence Zook chose for his subject the Intellect ual Feature of the Y M I and Inci dentally read a letter from Rev Brother Celestine formerly James Cassin com plimenting Mackin Council on taking up the intellectual feature The President announced that the questions to be answered next week were What are the significance of lights on an altar and What are the seven cor poral works of mercy William OToole tad William Deely were selected to make the addresses on May 22 Announce ment was also made that a large class would be initiated on Tuesday evening May 29 LARGE CLASS nights of Columbus Will Hold Big Initiation on To morrow Louisville Council Knights of Colum bus has a class of eighty candidates tore initiated tomorrow The initiation wi11 be held In the Scottish Rite Cathedral at Sixth and Walnut streets and the exercises will begin at 1 oclock The first degree will be conferred by a team from the Owensboro Council Cov ngton Council will confer the second and a team from Chicago will confer the third degree Louisville Council was organized on December 11 1898 with a comparatively mall membership The membership ncreased rapidly and with the addition of tomorrows class the local council sill number about 500 This was the parent council of Kentucky and since Its organization councils have been organized at Lexington Owensboro tovington Somerset Morganfield and Paducah Frankfort has a Knights of lolumbus Club whose members affiliate with Louisville and Lexington Councils- A banquet at the Galt House will follow the initiatory services tomorrow evening when the tired Knights will do justice to the men- uCLEAN SPORT Louisville Jockey Club Is En tertalnlnA the Public In rood Style J The Louisville Nursery stakes wilt be the main feature of the races at Churchill Downs today The purse is valued at 0000 of which 4000 goes to the win neroThe main events for next weekI will be the Louisville steeplechase on Wednesday and the Bashford Manor stakes on Saturday Good cards are announced for all the intervening days Thus far the attendance at the track has been good the racing excellent and both the public and the bookmakers appear to be satisfied with the progress of things The sport has been clean and fair and reflects credit on the executive ability of President Charles F Grainger General Manager Winn and Secretary Davis BOWL AT BELLEVUE Under the leadership of Capt Albert F Martin Trinity Council bowling team will roll against a team from Phil Sheridan Council at Bellevue tomorrow after noon The Loulville bowlers will leave thlsjcity via the L N at 820 oclock tomorrow morning On arriving at New port they will be met by a committee from Phil Sheridan Council and escorted to Bellevue Members of all the Louis vilCj councils are invited to make the trip and root for the home team HAPPY CHILDREN The Dominican fathers are preparing a close of about eighty children to receive I their first communion at fit Louis Bar I traads church on Peatacott Sunday JuneS r n u VESTMENTS 1 Ornaments Worn by the Priest During the Celebration of Mass Their OrigluClmngos aud What Each Garment Sig nifies Each Has a Particular Meanln as Well as Special Use I VARIOUS COLORS THAT ARE WORN Many people even some Catholics do not know the names of the vestments worn by the priests in the celebration of tbe divine mysteries There are others who do know their names but are not amiliar with their origin the changes hat time has made in them the intention of the church in ordering her ministers to wear them and the reason why hey are of different colors according to festivalsThe is the white veil which the priest places over his head and then low erR over his neck and shoulders It is astened with two strings which cross ach other on his breast Amice means to cover and it is used by the priest as a overing for his neck and shoulders which were formerly left bare during the holy sacrifice of the mass The length of the offices in the large and cold basilicas of the middle ages required this precaution Its natural object is to preserve he voice of the priest and to remind him Df the modesty with which he should ise his voice and the care he should take to retrench during the sacrifice every word foreign to this divine action The mice is also a symbol of Jesus Christ vho having come down from heaven to ave the world concealed his divinity mder his humanity Placed on his head he amice figures the helmet of a warrior and reminds the priest that he is a soldier Df the Lord The alb is the long white garment that be priest clothes himself with Jt is always made of linen and is an emblem Df innocence and fanctity The alb is ike the old Roman toga and is a badge Df nobility By wearing it the priest is emiuded on account of its length and whiteness of the necessity of persever ng in good works of the gravity that hould accompany his functions and bove all of the great purity that he hould bring to the celebration of the livine mysteries The cincture or girdle Is the third gar tent that the priest puts on It serves to hold up the alb which otherwise tight prove inconvenient and it reminds the priest that he is like the warrior making ready for the fray It Iso warns him that his virtue should be trong and energetic and that it is his luty to renounce the least sentiment of a worldly or sensual life This girdle or ord is symbolical of the bonds with which our Saviour was bound in the Garden of Olives The maniple which the priest wears on his left arm was formerly a kind of handkerchief intended to wipe the face dur ng the holy offices In the tenth century it became customary to beautify these handkerchiefs with fringes and gold so that it became an ornament whose mysterious meaning was both a history of our mysteries and a consolation amid them The maniple Is to remind us that we must earn the bread off immortality in the sweat of our brow lao that the day of eternity will soon lawn when the Lord will wipe away all ears from our eyes The stole which goes around the priests neck and falls to his knees is an ornament of dignity and authority It is used in the administration of the sacra cents and us often as there is any func ton having for its immediate object the adorable body of our Lord It was riginally used to wipe the face and was a very fine clean linen cloth which persons of distinction wore around their leeks When the priest puts it oa he says Restore to me 0 Lord the garment of immortality which I lost by the prevarication of my first father and though unworthy I approach thy sacred mysteries grant that I may arrive at eternal felicity The chasuble is the last vestment put on by the priest who is going to cele brate mass Originally it was a very large round cloak without any opening on the sides It was common to both lay and ecclesiastics Eleven hundred years ago the laymen ceased to wear it The Greek priests have preserved the chasuble without any change but within the last three centuries the Latins have gradually removed from it whatever interfered with the freedom of the arms When a priest Is given the chasuble at ordination the Bishop reminds him that it is a sign of that charity with which br should be wholly clothed It is also a figure of the crow or the yoke of out Lord A large cross is drawn oa the chasuble that we may ever have the symbol of religion before our eyes White vestments are worn on great feetivala like Christmas Easter Sunday and similar occasions to signify that w ought to attend the holy sacrifice with putt hearts Red ia symbolical of blood and coal o C n- I age Hence on the feasts of martyrs red vestments are worn Purple is the penitential color therefore the vestments used during Lent and Advent are purple Black is worn by the priest in requiei masses and on Good Friday since black is a badge of mourning Green is the color used on those day when no special feast is to be celebrated PLEASED PARENTS Younger Pupils of Presents tlon Acadcrrfy Gave Pleasant i Programme The younger pupils of the Presentation Academy regaled their parents and beir friends with a pleasing little musical andi literary entertainment on Friday morn ing of last week The programme was skillfully rendered by the children and the talent displayed won the admiration of all present The boys in their Soul of the Stars and Stripes exhibited the patriotism which stirred their young soulsParticularly pleating was the little girls cantata The Moon Queen In this Miss Benita Murphy acquitted her self admirably as an accompanist Each little girl acted her character remarkably well and the Patter Patter Patter of the Raindrops iwon quite as much applause as the Nonsense Song of the little boys In the action of the cantata Miss Dorothy Norton representing the sun invited all the Fhildren to Get Up She called the attention of the audience to the wonderful night when all the laws of nature were to be suspendedmoon tars sun sunshine sunbeams clouds md breezes were to be out at once in order that they might elect a Queen of the Universe Little Miss Maude DBrien as the Moon Quern acquitted herself admirably As a closing chorus the children sang Regina Angelorum and Mary Queen of May and showed the true sentiments ictuating their fervent little hearts The losing feature of the programme was an interesting address delivered by Attorney ames J Fitzgerald RECENT DEATHS Paul Lyons the tenyearold son of Capt John J Lyons proprietor of the Vest End Hotel view Albany died at he home of his parents on Wednesday evening The child had long been a ufferer from curvature of the spine The uneral took place from Holy Trinity church yesterday morning The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Tighe vho died very suddenly Saturday morn- Ing at the family residence 1529 Lytle treet took place from St Patricks church on Monday morning The deceased had suffered from asthma for everal years but her condition was not onsidered dangerous A fit of coughing aused the breaking of a bloodvessel md her death ensued in a few minutes She is survived by her husband Daniel ighe a daughter and two sons Daniel Jr and Thomas Tighe Valentine Lester Sr died at bis home 715 Lytle street on Monday evening Death resulted from the infirmities ttendant upon old age The deceased was born in Germany more than eighty ears ago but had resided in this city Lace 1847 Since coming to Louisville he had always been a devout member oft Marys church and his funeral took place from that edifice on Wednesday For several years be had made his home with his daughter Mrs C C Birch vho with several sons survive him Val Lester Jr who conducts a cafe on Green street near Fifth is his eldest son Augustine J Ross n highly respected oung business man died at his home 522 Garvin Place on Tuesday afternoon The deceased Is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Alfonso Ross and his rife who was the daughter of Hilary tell of Fairfield and three small chil dren Mr Ross was born in Louisville thirty five years ago He was a graduate of St Xaviers College and during sev cal years past he was cashier of the toss Seed Company The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Thursday Mr Ross was an active nember of the Knights of Columbus and the members of that society attended the equiem services in a body Michael OConnell aged seventythree years died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Tuesday morning The deceased was a native of Ireland but came to America when quite a youth He was one of the pioneer Fortyniners and made several rich strikes in Calm fornia In 1853 he returned to Louis rifle but had lost his fortune He then obtained a position with the Louisville Frankfort Lexington railroad and remaiued in their employ several years Later he engaged in the grocery business in Louisville and maintained a splendid trade for twentythree years He is survived by his wife who reside at 1914 Twelfth street and two nephews the Rev Father OConnell of Bards town and David OConnell of this city The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Thursday morning PRINCESS FOLLOWS DAUGHTER A cablegram from London announce that Princess Henry of Battenberg the mother of Princess Baa betrothed wife of the King of Spain has followed he daughter into the Catholic church It iI many years since suchan importta member of the royalty became a conger to the church r I eitiB a READY Geraldine Dramatic Club Will Give Initial Performance Monday Night Prominent Local Young Folks Will Present Pleasing Little Drama Amateur Thespians Are Letter Perfect in Respective Roles SKETCH FORA CURTAIN RAISER Everything is in readiness for the initial performance of the Geraldine Dramatic Club which will take place at Macauleys Theater on Mondey evening Thanks to the effective coaching of JAMES J CARROLL Will Take Prominent Part in Geraldine Dramatic Entertainment Henry W Newman the amateur Thes piaus are not only letter perfect in their respective parts but they are likewise well up in stage business It is safe to say that all who witness the performance will be amply rewarded by the talent displayed The Geraldine Dramatic Club is an adjunct of the Ladies Auxiliary A O H and as a consequence every Irish American man and woman in Louis ville knows that the members of thin club are engaged in a worthy work The performance of a clean drama is not only an aid to the young people in the way of literary endeavor but it likewise teaches selfconfidence to the young performers and affords their friends a pleasant amusement The drama to be performed is entitled Shaun Aroon a play of the present day Unlike many of the socalled Irish dramas Shaun Aroon will not offend the taste of the most fastidious No drunkenness no redcoated soldiers and no evictions take this play out of the ordinary channels Instead there is a landlord with the good of his tenants at heart who balko the evil deeds of his wicked agent plenty of rollicking humor and two pretty little love stories On the whole Shaun Aroon is a drama full of human interest and will have to be seen to be appreciated The cast of characters is made up as follows Shaun AroonRobert G King Lord PermoyDavid J Maloney Fergus Riordan James J Carroll Dan OGradyDavid OConnell Tom dGrady Thomas J Keenan Jr Old Hennings Raymond Bar- rettNipperAustin E Walsh Patrick Emmet Mallon Mrs OGrady Miss Elizabeth S Ki-ngMollyMiss Ella A OConn- ellMaggieMiss Maggie Hourigan During the progress of the play David Maloney will sing a bass solo and between the second and third acts Michael F McGuire will recite While the three act drama will be the main feature pf the entertainment the curtainraiser ForgetMeNots prom ises to come in for its share of applause In this sketch Thomas D Clines well and favorably known in local amateur theatrical circles will essay the character of Henry Seymour a young man of dis sipated habits and Michael F McGuire will appear in the role of Morgan his faithful servant Both Messrs Clines and McGuire are old favorites with Irish American audiences Admission will be only twentyfive cents and reserved seats will be only twentyfive cents extra Tickets have been placed on sale at Montenegro Riehm Music Company 628 Fourth avenue The advance sale indicates that the Geraldine Dramatic Club will play to crowded houses FATHER OCONNOR IMPROVED I The Rev Fatber John OConnor who has been confined to his room at 3425 Fourth avenue for several days is very much improved and will soon be able to resume his duties He was not suffering from blood poison as was announced in the daily press I RIPE OLD AGE Peter Schaub an old and respected res Ident of New Albany died at his home I in that city on Friday night of last week The deceased was a native of Germaity hut had lived in New Albany since he was quite a young man For nearly halfr a century he carried on the mannfactnr of willow baskets A widow and severalI children survive Two of his eons nowr deceased were priests and another iou will be ordained at St Meinrads next month The funeral took placeAbbeyII St Marys church on Monday solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev Father Borries assisted by the Rev Fathers Curran and Griffin as deacon and subdeaco- nINSPECTION II DRILL Knights of St John Won Great Praise For Their Good Work The annual inspection and drill of the six commanderies forming the First DisI trict Battalion of the Knights of St John wasbeldat Phoenix Hill Park last Mon day night and witnessed by a big crowd Col Theodore Poppe was in command of the battalion and put his forces through intricate company and battalion vers The showing made by maneuII mandery was excellent the work of St Michaels being particularly notable Henry Felhoelter the first Colonel of the Knights of St John in Louisville was the inspecting officer and expressed him self as well pleased with the splendid appearance of the commauderiestt Not the least interesting feature of the evening was the drill put up by Company A of the Uniform Rank C K of A c whose members were present out of courJJ tesy to the Knights of St John Capt Gus Kane put his men through a severe t test but they won the applause of all The families and friends of the Knights were present and the great gathering showered the tacticians with compli ments A dance and social evening closed the programme c PRETTY PRESENT t A Benevolent Lady Gives II Mackin Council HandIIsome Rug rt 1 Tbe most unique present ever made toII Mackin Council is the gift of Mrs John Simonis of 2510 Portland avenue It Ista large size homemade rug and is constructed c of cloth in the colors emblematic c of the order The rug was presented to President Charles S Raidy for the ouncil on Friday night and tbe presenta tion speech was made by Louis Kieffer t After the President had recovered from c its surprise he expressed his thanks in behalf of the council and asked that they r be conveyed to Mrs SimoniseThe border of the rug is black with a green center Worked in the top of tbetblack border in white letters is thefinscription Organized 1893 and in thec bottom Presented 1900 In the very c enter of the rug is a facslmilie of the VII IL I button in green gold and red Onc ither side of the botton are the letters and figures in white and blue Y M Itand 205sINDIAN GRAVEYARD ii- Traces ie of Red Men Discerni ble Among Bluffs on the 1 Silver Hills cf Traces ofan Indian burying ground 1 have been found by laborers among a hick clump of underbrush on Silver t Sills just west of New Albany and after a thorough search of the grounds II lattleaxes pieces of tomahawks flints reads and other weapons and decorations s ned by the red skins were unearthed The find has caused wide excitement among residents of the highlands and t hundreds have made the journey to the t tills searching for trophies c After the terrible Pigeon Roost massa cre the Indians fled to their strongholdI in the knobs and It is supposed made their camp near the spot where the bury I ing ground was discovered The place c will be fenced in and the traces of the radian cemetery that are left will be carefully preserved Travel to Silver Hills increases eachI day and afternoon and night finds scores of private picnic parties loungingamong the flowered hills and shaded bungalows of the knobs The Louisville Southern Indiana Traction Company has received a consignment of new trailers to add to their equipment The cars are of hand some design and fitted with every modern improvement for tbe comfort of travelers Cars leave Third and Market streets for Silver Hills every fifteen minutes MONTHS MIND A solemn requiem mass for tbe repose of the soul of the Rev Father John J McLougblin who died in this city one month ago was celebrated at St Will tams church on Monday morning The church was filled with friends of the late priest and thirteen priests of the diocese occupied seats in the sanctuary The Rev Father Denis Murphy was celebrant of the mass Father Thomas W White of Clifton was deacon and the Rev Father John J Fitzgerald of Highland Park was subdeacon The Rev Father George Scbubmann officiated as master of ceremonies SILVER JUBILEE The Very Rev Father Charles P Cur ran pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination on Monday June 11 The nature of the celebration has not been determined but his parish loners will aid in making it a success Father Curran was born ia Western New York and was ordained at St Meinrads L Benedictine AbbeYlzsl881 u PLAIN TALK Icon John E7 Itedtnoud Say Government Violated Its Promise- sChtofSecretaryllrreohas Made Several Very Serious Blunders Cites Instances of Bad Faith On tbo Part of the Leaders PLEADS FOR UNITED IRISH PARTY Prof James H Bryce the new Chief Secretary for Ireland has proven somewhat of a disappointment In the admini ration of Irish affairs although he seen only a few months in office A pf his first mistakes so the H ledmond and other Irish maim was the reappoi lorace Plunkett as head of the Dep sent of Agriculture Countyrfmerickrish party in Parliament had agreed to raft for a moderate and reasonable time or the production of the Government Mans upon two conditions The first ondition was that there should be Intro uced immediately as the first Irish usiness of the Government a satisfac ory laborers bill The second condition vas that the pledge in the Kings speech IS to sympathetic administration of Irish flairs should be carried out to the letter Ir Redmond repudiated the charge that be Irish Parliamentary party was neg acting the cause of the Irish laborers IUd declared that before the Government vas in office one week he had in the ame of the party put before the headsN f the Government their demand on the uestion and he had also seen Mr Bryce n the matter He expressed his disap ointment that the pledge of the Gov rnment as to sympathetic adminlstra ion had not been satisfactorily carried- ut 4Mrmarks that there wgs in office at rnment made up otmerMrre a born at one time or onpUier for u wenty years had declared himself in ivor of home rule for Ireland He harged that while Secretary Bryce was stensibly friendly to Ireland he had vio ited his promise in the reappointment of ir Horace Plunkett Another mistaker a violation of promise was the reap ointment of twentyone of the twenty lix subLand Commissioners under the md act These subCommissioners were pointed by the Tory Government dur jg the last twenty years They were Ither landlords land agents or broken own military officers They were all odes and Unionists and not 1 per cent exceptivef The third disappointment of the Irish ationalists referred to by Mr Redmond vas the refusal of the Treasury to furnish he necessary funds to enable the Estates ommissioners to reinstate evicted ten its No one had expected settlement ff the university question at the first sea lion of the new Parliament but neither Ud any one dream that the Government would take a retrograde step in the matter The Irish Government had put in the Irish estimates 25000 as a furtber- endowment of the Presbyterian Qb s oljege at Belfast This college was admirable institution and was doing good 0 work It was iniquitous however that a single farthing was refused to the Cath oppositionf s t four and Wyndham On taking this step belrish Government hadviolatedpledge and had also violated promises to admin ster Irish affairs in accordance with Irish leas In conclusion Mr Redmond declared Never In my opinion wasjthere a situation which depends so completely upon the unity and discipline of the Irish Par byltyremain united and they will remain supportedbyIntegrity and have confidence in out 7 political judgment then I am convince we will reap in the near future gteri esults from the present political situa tlanj but if on the other hand they flow the power and prestige of the Irish party to be undermined to allow sections off Nationalists to be separated from other sections we will get neither home rule quesIonLaving settled If thaqhappens the blam will be our own ENTER NOVITIATE =Misses Anna Walter and Annie ZapPI of New Albany have entered the novit iate of the Franciscan Sisters at Olden burg Ind Both young ladies were very popular and whilethey have had thft matter under consideration for severe months their friends were not aware oj the fact until afterjtheir departure MUl Walter is a daughter of Mr and Mi John J Walter of 219 West Main free New Albany MlssJZapp and her broths John have been conducting an exUasiv grocery business at Vinetanes and MIII ret strata for several yearsU t rfii KJ3 TUOKY IRISH Alt C3AIri I f u KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN t nn n 1flruuuu voted te the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KXNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc- 8atered at the toals llle Postofflce as SecondClass Matter i ctlicn1iCMfliMleiltonitlhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West Green Slmt I UNION COUNCILTRADES LABEL O ISVILLR KYSATURDAV MAY it 1906 KNOWNOTHING VIEW The Boston Citizen a journal of Knownothing tendencies iis alarmed over the recent decision cof the United States Supreme Court on the divorce question The edits sees a terrible Popish plot He SbYSliThe two Papal Judges on the Supreme Court bench McKenna and White favored tbe decsion which was written and delivered by the latter Justice Holmes and Brown attack tbe lecision As McKenna and Whit Romanists andC very bigoted bie doted servants of their hich is continually attack Jfcd Protestant marriages nd making the claim that tbe Papal Church alone has the righ to perform the ceremony the new i decision will be regarded with merited suspicion It sounds more like the decree of the Vatican than it does like the honest opinion of an American court The editor of the Boston Citize makes several misstatements but it is only necessary to call attention to one the claim that the Catholic Church insists that it has the sole right to perform the marriage ceremony The Church makes no such cluim True the Churc claims that matrimony is a sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ and that his successors alone have the right to administer the sacrament Ut it has never held that mares perforigfld by ministers of TJfeg faith were invalid save in such cases where one or both of the contracting parties had not been baptized This Boston edits affects to see a plot where none exists ry COAL STRIKE SETTLED Thanks to the earnest endeavor of John Mitchell the coal miner and operators have signed an agreement which obviates any seriou trouble in the anthracite coal region for a period of three years The negotiations leading to the agreement have been in progress during the last three months and on sev eral occasions it appeared that the miners and operators would fail to agree John Mitchell the leade of the miners has a wonderful fund of patience For ninety days he kept at the work pleading one day with the miners and the next day r appealing to the integrity of the operators The miners agree to return to work under the scale of E 1903 and those who were on strike are to be reinstated While the miners did not get all the concessions they asked they feel that they have taken a long step in the right direction since this is the first general agreement signed by both miners and operators The 1 agreement means much to the gen cral public It averts the threat ened coal famine and allows the continuance of business in all the industrial lines If all the labor unions had men of Mitchells cali ber at their head there would be many less strikes- aERMANYS ENTERPRISE Germany is making great com ercial efforts those days No untry seems too remote for her iploitations and she is now not only vicing with Great Britain but u has defeated her for commercial sltprwacyinseveral instances Statistics show that during 1905 Germanys trade had increased 66 L r ef cent over the previous year and ths fact that the Berlin Gov ernment lbeenabteto insisti upon the Morocco question being discussed by an internationallctm rence proveS thatin all fnture questions affecting the trade of the great powers in neutral countries Germany intends to have her say One of the latest enterprises is the building of a German railway ff- the in State of Santa Catarina Brazil for which a company has beet former with a capital stock of 3oooooo la Egypt the import of German goods has trebled within the past three years and 130 natives of Germany are conducting profitable businesses in Cairo End Alexandria During the ten years ending 1904 Great Britains share in the shipbuilding of the whol world decreased from 79 to 61 percent while Germanys share while still small increased 10 per cent It is a curious fact that on the African continent twothirds of the commerce with Germany is fur nished by countries under the British flag Study the commercial statistics of any country and you will see that Great Britains business is decreasing and that Ger- manys is just as steadily increasing ENGLAND AROUSED On y a short time ago Cardin Logue Primate of Ireland raise his voice in protest against the education bill introduced in Parliament and now the English hierarchy is protesting against the proposed measure The bill provide for a godless system of education and worse than that requires no religious tests of the teachers In other words atheists socialists anarchists and agnostics will be permitted to teach in the schools provided they have the educations ability required Archbishop Bourne who is recognized as the highest Catholic authority in England declares that the bill is a disgrace to a Christian country The Duke of Norfolk who is recognizes as the leader of the church in England has rallied his fortes to the Archbishops side and mass meet ings will be held all over the country to protest against the passage of the bill Meanwhile the leaders af the Established Church are not idle Like the Catholics they consider the education bill a pernicious one and they will unite their force with the Catholics in an endeavor to bring about the defeat of the abhorred measure The collection taken up in the latholic churches of this diocese ast Sunday for the benefit of the San Francisco sufferers amounted to quite a tidy sum and all the parishes have not been heard from From what we have heard we telieve it will be very gratifying to the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey who has never doubted the generosity of Kentuckians With the generosity characteristic of the Irish race Dr Douglas lyde forwarded 5000 to the sufferers in San Francisco The Irish ini that illfated city were generous to Dr Hyde and the cause he represents and he took the first opportunity of returning the courtesies received while in and around the olden Gate MONEY COMING The members of Mackin Council are still tending in donations for the relief of San Francisco people The council rwarded 100 last week and in all probability another 100 will be forwarded this evening DOUBLE WEDDING The Rev Father Edward J Lynch pastor of Holy Name church at Render ou officiated at a double wedding Miss irgjnia Thompeon became Mrs Virgil Mahan and MlaaEmma Thompson beeewethe bride of Dr J E Graves The brides are sisters and all the con Sting parties are prominent in WwlerH iutiekynn UIr I P E Henchey and family have eturned to Pewee Valley for the sum nero Capt and Mrs F M Dougherty have one to Piilsdelphla for an Indefinite isitIMr and Mrs Eugene Henchey have emoved to Pewee Valley to spend the ummer Miss Mayme Hagan of South Louisville is the guest of Miss Ida Kistner iiIn be IliKhlandsIOwen Sullivan of New Albany hs gone to Indianapolis to accept a respont ble position Mrs Sophia ODonnell of Eminent Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Edward Doyle of South Louisville Miss Nora McAuliffe has returned hon from Central City where she went to attend the RyauHugg wedding Misses Eva and Mae Wathen who pent several days with relatives in Louisville have returned to Fairfield Miss Mollle Riley who spent a pleasant week here visiting friends has eturned to her home at London After a pleasant sojourn in this city Irs J M Lynch and daughter MtggU lave returned to West Point Ky The friends of Steve Toomey will 1be glad to learn that he has almost entirely ecovered from his recent illness 1 Mr and Mrs Wyble Mapother and laughter Miss Helen will remove to Anchorage for the summer months Messrs and Mesdames Barney Gilliga and W P McAtee left for Memphis Wednesday night for a visit to friends Mrs J K Leahy of Crescent Hill is spending a few weeks with her daughte SpringfieldIMrs Neil McDevitt has gone to West laden Springs for a fortnight She is accompanied by her son Bernard McDe itt Mesdames F Boone Rapier and Richard Edelin have returned to Bardstow titer a pleasant visit to friends in tbis city Miss Etta Charlton of Portland bu eturned home from Nashville where she pent a pleasant week as the guest iof riendsMiss Dadonicou Blanford of Sout Louisville has returned from St Cath fines convent where she went to see her ister take the veil in the Dominica order Mrs Henry G Hoemer and daugntei of Newport who came to this city 1 to attend the funeral of Mrs Carolin Schaefer on Thursday will return horn odayJohn and Jeremiah Bacon who hay pent several months in California hay eturned to Louisville and are making weir home with their sister Mrs Margaret Conway William Tinney a well known Irish American has returned to New Alban after several years of wandering throng other cities of the United States He declares he is home to stay J Bruce Kremer formerly of Louis idle now practicing law at Butte Mont has returned to the West after a brief visit to his mother Mrs Charles Cremer and his brothers in this eiiy Miss Alice Manq of Indianapolis and Miss Mayme Johnson of Bardstown who spent several days with friends in this city have gone to Miss Johnson home for a week Miss Johnson wil company Miss Mann on her return to Indianapolis Sylvester Grove the well known baritone is back in the city after a successful season as stage manager for Julian Mitch ells Alice in Wonderland Mr Grov also sang several solo parts in the produc tlon and his voice has improved wonderfully during the past year Mr and Mrs Walter Klarer entertained the members of the Kentucky Irish American bowling team at their home Thirteenth and Oak streets New Ibany on Wednesday night Those present were Messrs and Mesdames Walter Klarer and John F Oetken Mrs Knapp Messrs J Fay Orr Robert outhard Albert D Gregg and John X linberger Mr Oetken entertained with slectious on the piano and several members of the party rendered vocal selections A June wedding of more than ordinary interest to Kentucky people will be that wbicb unites Miss Mary Mildred Osborne of Lebanon and James Arthur Dant of- Dant The marriage will be solemnized by the Very Rev Joseph A Hogarty at St Augustines church on June 12 The pspective bride is the charming daugh ter of Thomas F Osborne of Lebanon and her promised husband is the son of- Sid Dant one of Marion countys most prominent men After a bridal tour Mr and Mrs Dant will reside at the grooms home Cards are out announcing the ap caching wedding of Miss Emma Nowak and James J Burns prominent young people of South Louisville Tl e wedding will be solemnized by the Rev FatherJohn OConnor at the Holy Name church at 8 oclock Tuesday morning May 22 A nuptial mase will follow the c remony Miss Amelia Scaliy will be the- maid of honor and Robert Holborn will hI the but man The prospective bride groomis a fireman in the employ of the mUville k Nashville Railroad om- patlyA reception wiUbe held at the bom of the bride Third street near P aflter the nuptial ceremonies CALLED HOME Death of Charitable Lady Who Spent Many Years Here Mrs Anne M Kitzero one of the oldest and most respected ladles in the city lied at her home 509 West Chestnut treet on Wednesday evening Born in snabruck Germany eightythree years ago she came with her parents to America when only eight yens old The deceased spent seventyfive years of her life in the Cathedral parish andwas always an active worker in charitable affairs Her husband George Kitzero tied many years ago leaving a comfortable fortune While Mrs Kitzero lived quietly she gave largely of her fortune In aiding others on the road to success She is survived by three daughters Mrs Fannie K Wessel and Mrs Addie B Vohlgemuth of Louisville and Mrs W D Wilkerson of Memphis and one son Villiom Kitzero of this city The funeral which was largely attended took place from the Cathedral of the Assump Lion yesterday morning CORPORAL KENEALEYII Officer Patrick Kenealey has been promoted to Corporal to succeed Charle Osborne who left the force to engage iIn business Corporal Kenealey is one of the largest men on the force and his heart Iid commensurate with his big frame He has been a member of the Louisville police force for many year and has always been noted for his strict attention to duty His many friend hope that his new promotion will only be a stepping stone to something better in the near future CLOSES TONIOHT The Military Carnival and World Fair Pike will be brought to a sticcesfu close at the armory tonight The crowd have been large every night of the two weeks since the carnival opened and ia nice sum will be realized after expense are paid Tuesday was IrishAmerica night and a large number of Hibernian and members of similar societies swelled the attendance to great proportions Capt Harry Freking is to be compli mented on his able management of affairs WORTHY CAUSE The Casino Dramatic Club an organ zation of young people in St Martin parish will present Reunited ia modern drama on the evening of Sun day May 20 The proceeds will be devoted to raising a school fund for the poor children of the parish The performance will be given at St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray streets FIRST COMMUNION A class of twentyseven buys and girl will tomorrow receive their first boly communion at St Marys of the Kaob church near New Albany The Rev Father Hillebrand will officiate at tbe mass He is very well pleased with the admirable manner in which the children have acquitted themselves in the study of catechism ACCEPTS THE HONOR The Hon Edward J McDermott bas accepted the Chairmanship of the Committee on Greater Kentucky day for home coming week This committee will be in charge of a very prominent feature a reception in honor of all visiting Kentuckians to meet the most distinguished ex Kentuckians present NEW TOWER Work oti the west tower of St Josephs lurch at Washington and Webster treets will begin soon and will be hurried to completion The east tower was inisbed a few months ago The west ower like the other will be 175 feet high and will be surmounted by a copper cross The erection of this tower will complete St Josephs church which is one of the handsomest houses of worship in the city- TREAT SACHEM RUSSELL Daniel Hyland Russell bas been bon ored by the Improved Order of Red- Mn a fraternal insurance organization by being chosen Great Sachem or head of the order in Kentucky Mr Russell h one of Louisvilles most energetic young business men and the affairs of tbe Red Men are safe in his bands DEATH AT LEXINGTON Thomas W White an oldand respected citizen of Lexington died on Tuesday as a result of the infirmities of old age His funeral took place from St auls church in that city on Thursday and was attended by the most prominent men of the Bluegrass region MAY FESTIVAL The May procession at St Patricks church last Sunday was very imposing and 325 little girls and boys took part in- the exercises Hymns in honor of the lessed Virgin were sung by the little ones The Very Rev Father Cronin was plleased with the showing made by the children ST PATRICKS CLASS The Very Rev Father J P Cronin ministered first holy communion to a- class of eightyfive boys and girl at St atricks church last Sunday morning In the afternoon the same class received the sacrament of confirmation from the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey BUCKINOHAM The Avenue Girls will present two brilliant burlesques at the Buckingham Thieater next week Several of the latest vaudeville novelties will be seen latbe- olio and the costumes are all new and up- dateto Use crumbs of bred for thickening routed meat gravies It browns atoaee- and 1Is most palatable mnumwmm imnmimmn mmimmmmnm mmnrowii mnm mmtmmmwmmite WILL YOU MISS IT1= = I HAAGER I MENS SHOESI Iri riSaturday 25OSaturday i 3 E OUR LAST SALE AT THIS PRICEii Y 3 SAVE A DOLLAR == tTHIRD AND JEFFERSON = COME IN THE MORNING IF YOU CAN 3- uuuiimmmmuu uiiiiuummiuiiiu immmiwuimmmmi iiuiuiiummim IWIUIUIIK I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere A council has been organized at Port land Maine A class of forty was initiated by Moberly Mo Council last Sunday Titusville Council will confer the sec ond and third degrees on a class of fifty candidates on May 30 Members of Kenrick and De Sme Councils of St Louis approached holy communion last Sunday Memphis Council has been invited to confer the three degrees on a class of forty candidates at Jackson Miss on Sunday May 20 At the last meeting of the Nationa Board of Directors it was decided to create Wisconsin a Fourth degree district Hereafter it will be independent of Illinois WiscousintKnights held their anuua State convention at Racine on Tuesday Reports showed that three new council had been established during the year and that the membership of all the council have increased The aggregate member ship in the State is 3500 The New York State Council met in annual convention at Poughkeepsie on Tuesday The Right Rev Monsignor M J Lavelle of St Patricks Cathedral New York City officiated at the solemn high mass The local Knights arranged several social functions for the visiting Knights and their ladies The Nashville Knights bad a gala day last Sunday when the fourth degree was conferred upon a class of 170 candidates hailing from Arkansas Kentucky Ala bama New York Louisiana Mississippi Ohio and Tennessee Hosts and visitors attended high mass at the Cathedral it the morning and after the initiation sat down to a banquet Mayor Martin Behr man of New Orleans in behalf of the visiting Knights responded to the address ofwelcome delivered by Thomas J Tync of Nashville Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made ANNUAL OUTING Trinity Council Will Hold Pic nic at Fontaine Ferry Park Trinity Council Y M L will hold its annual outing at Fontaine Ferry Park on Tuesday May 22 This is the largest ouncil in Louisville and its members make it a point to treat their friends royally on all occasions This year the entertainment will be better than ever with the skating rink Ferris wheel erial swing scenic railway dancing hall Hopkins Pavilion and all the other AttractionsThe committee is made up of the following energetic members T J 5arvey Chairman H C Carr Secretary James B Kelly Treasurer and John JJ Sullivan Sr A M Kieffer Chril Leahy Peter Mullen John Berge mann A H Veeneman Henry Beck man 11 Garrity Louis Kempf John L Cunniff William Hillerich and Edward P Wulf The fact that the admission tickets are only ten cents will doubtless add to the size of the crowd It is expected that the members of other councils in the three Falls cities will unite with Trinity In making the picnic a success Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Best made FESTIVAL FOR ST MICHAELS The first strawberry festival of the sea aon will be held for the benefit of St lichaels church on the church lawn next Tuesday afternoon andevening room 3 until 10 oclock The festival has been arranged by the members of- tbe Young Ladies Sodality who have the hearty support and cooperation of- alll the other members of the congrega Hon in this charitable cause The Rev Father Martin OConnor who was raently installed as pastor iis- very grateCto his parishioners for the iterest theyV aretaking in the affairs of ie church J Bobziens Cbana Cigar 6c Be tmade I Geraldine Dramatic Club PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL IRISH P- LAYSHAUNAROON Under Auspices Ladies Auxiliary A 0 H at I Macauleys Theater Monday Eve May 14 PERFORMANCE AT 815 OCLOCK SHARP ADMISSION 25 CENTS 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 HIHHHIHIH1 1 11 I I 1 I I H1 IMHMIMHMKI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I THE NORTON COFFEE CO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 11+ I I I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 111 = 1 I 1 I I 1 I FONTAINEFERR PARR THE PARK BUAUTIPUI WEEK OF MAY 13 New Vaudeville at HOPKINS PAVILION Unique Novel and artistic THREE SISTERS MACARTED- irect from London Hippodrome Steele y Doty tc Coe comedy musicians Boot blacks uartett comedians singers and dan cers John Birch the man with the half Pro sing wizard of the accordion KInedrome new animated pictures ONE 1r0Rg WEEK National Band of Old MexicoCaptain payen- Jeader Free concerts daily Open tomorrow New Roller Skating Rink largest and finest rink in America ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAY 13 CAMPBELL DREW CO PRRSENTS The Avenue Girls INTRODUCING TWO BRILLIANT BURLESQUESA- nd a dazzling bevy of pretty girls When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand At all good Bars Groceries sad Stands MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StrutOTTO EVENT Proprietor lome Phone 4713 Cumbu3o Some day when you have a whole lot ofE mending and not much time pull out t he sewing machine and Me how much ofII it can be donecn it J o- U u n 15 O r Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSESMo- unted twith Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the note Southern Optical Co- of Jouisvillc Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Tblrd and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBJK BIFOCAI for Kentucky NEW WALL PAPER LATEST STYLES LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES We have everything that will makeItpretty the parlor 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HMDWAY 0 + t TINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AJU KOKBI 345 West Green StreetI LIQUORS CIGARS eoIt I I I I I I U money by buying the BEST Wan Plaster at the lowest cost That will be the re suit of a transaction here Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Ltiulsville Kv IlfR M ANDR1OT3ON3 WAGijH M N fA IURR8 Cirrlicll iRIIcaMRd IlYWKTkis o 2MJ n7 WesT OReeNST- o1 I 1W WALL PAPERW- ill furnish good paper neat pat terns and paper 15foot rooms sides and ceilings for J350 smaller roomsin proportion selection from 35 patternc all colors 9 and 18inch borders Will furnish and put up rail in 15 foot rooms complete for 2 50 to g3 Have picture rail all kinds R M CULLEY Seventh and OaK Home Phone 6225 Cum south 283z PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FM Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts VINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONJ VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every mondcg from 93 tol2 0od ek VV OBBR ar rlTr J l 1 GIVE US YOUR ORDER Kentucky Irish AmericanifAX OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET ss- I sa 3x 3 J 5 jKgKgS 3 S aS 8 Sx S SxS 3KS S S Sx INEWY LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Spring TwentyFour Days Racing Beginning Derby Day May 2 and Ending May 29 Nursery Stakes This Afternoon Louisville Steeplechase Next Wednesday SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P 11 Steeplechases through the center field six fences and water jump every other day NOMINATIONS for Delegates and Alternates- to I State Convention Made Division 3 A O IL held a well attended meeting and transacted con siderable routine business on Monday night Communications were read from National President Dolan Secretary Car roll end P J Haltigan editor of the National Hibernian In response to the National Presidents appeal the division donated 250 to the relief of the stricken people of San Francisco- It was decided to hold a social session at the next meeting Monday May 21 A letter of sympathy was directed to be sent to Dennis Tighe whose mother died last Saturday Alderman George J But ler reported that arrangements for the joint picnic at Fountaine Ferry Park were progressing favorably An invita tion to attend the performance to be given by the Geraldine Dramatic Club was accepted with thanks The follow ing nominations were made for the State convention which will be held at Paris inSeptemberDelegatesPatrick J Welsh John Hennessy D J Coleman Dan Dougherty and George T Butler Alternates Magistrate Patrick T Gull van John Hession Roger Nohalty Mat tin Sheehan and Martin J Ford DEVOTED NURSE Sister HilarIa Fell Victim to Attack of Heart Failure Sister Hilaria of the Sisters of Charity died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital early Sunday morning tier death was very sudden and entirely unex pected Although she bad been subject to attacks of heart disease foi some time past no one imagined that the end was so near The deceased nun was a native of Virginia and was sixtythree years old The greater part of her life had been spent in ministering to the wants of the sick and distressed During the past thirty years Sister Kilaria bad been sta tioned at Sts Maryland Elizabeth Hos pital aud she waslknown and honored all over the city and State Requiem mass was cerebrated for the repose of her soul in tie hospital chapel on Monday and the remains were sent to Nazareth forjinterment the community burial ground Bobziens Cubana Cigar 6c Bestmade FONTAINE PERRY PARK The new skating rink at iFontalne Ferry Park will be thrown open to the public tomorrow It is claimed that it is the largest skating arena in the South or West since it includes a floor space eighty feetiwide by 220 feet long The building ia airy and brilliantly lighted and the sport which took such a firm hold on Louisville may now be enjoyed throughout the Summer with every pos sible couifortll The National Bend of Mexico haalbeente engaged for another week and a splendid bill is announced for the HopkinsSPavilion Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made KEPT BUSY Albert F Martin Grand First Vice President of the Y M L fcentuck y JurUdiction and President of Trinity Council will attend the joint initiatio n at tlewport on Sunday Mayl20 and will otken 0lion as Grand First Vice President Mr Martin bat visited nearly every ooqnci1 btKeotuckyjurisdlcllon r eP DONTLET BLACKBERRYWINTER WINTERKEEP YOU FROM BUYING A SUMMERlf SUITAT LEVYSNOW WHILE STOCKS AREFULL Lateron when youre bound to have one the very thing you wanted may be gone DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city Win F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST GOOD SHOWING Branch 26 C K ofr4 Has Five New Applica tlons Branch 25 C K of A held an unus ually well attended meeting on Monday night A communication was received from Supreme Secretary Anthony Matre enclosing u certificate of honor far L J Lewellyn as a testimonial for his work in behalf of the order A report from the new company of the uniformed rank was read showing that it now has twentyfive members A charter has been applied for and Price F Archer has been elected Captain The members drill on every Wednesday night Five applications for benefit certificates were received and it was announced that four more applications would be filed at the next meeting Members were urged to approach holy communion in a body on Pentecost Sunday June 3 their annual communion day FORTY HOURS Forty Hours devotion began at St Augustines church in Jeffersonville on Supday morning and clod Tuesday The services were well attended to the great grttificat Joii of the pastor the Rev ratiJerOConnel1 0 n Meeting ETERNAL REST Is the Portion of Aged Lady of St Boniface Con are atlon Local German Catholics deeply regret the death of Mrs Carolina Schaefer who died at the family residence 422 Jackson street on Tuesday This aged lady was born in Germany eightyone years ago but bad spent the greater part of her life in Louisville In her early youth she became the bride of William Schaefer who died several years ago Two daugh ters survive her Mrs Henry G Hoemer of Newport and Mrs William Cooper of this city The former is the wife of Henry G Hoemer State President of the Catholic Knights of America and proprietor of the Hotel Hoemer of Cincin natl Mr Hoemer his wife and daughter came to Louisville to attend the funeral which took place from St Bonifaces church on Thursday morning The floral designs sent by Cincinnati friends were numerous and handsome COMING NOME eVen Catholic Priests Want to Participate In Ken tuckys Hospitality The Rev Father Harry B Tierney of Brookfield Mo who has many friends throughout the State bas written to Mayor Paul C Borth that he will reach Louisville in time for the coming cele bration of all the loyal eons of the stur diest State in the Union Father Tier ney is known as the Poet priest cUbe West and has relatives in Louisville and other sections of the State The Rev Father John J Higgins of Skaneatelas N Y has written to Sec retary Robert Emmet Hughes of the Commercial Club that he will certainly be on hand for Home Coming WerktI Father Higgins is a brother of William M Higgtas editor of the Kentucky Irish American and has many friends and admirers in this city Bobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made PRIEST SIXTV YEARS A meeting of the men of St Marys parish New Albany was held on Thurs day night to make preliminaryarrange ment for the celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the ordination of the Very Rev Father Faller the venerable rector Father Faller who is now Dean of the Indianapolis diocese in Southern Indiana was ordained on July 5 J846 He is still mentally and physically vigorous despite his advancing years His devoted par ishioners are determined to make his diamond sacerdotal jubilee an affair to be remembered RECEIVED DEGREES Mackin Councils team conferred the three degrees on a large class from Trinity Council Y M I on Monday night The initiation was held at Mackina club house and many of the older members I both councils were on hand to see the new comers take their degrees The exemplification of the ritual was superb It was almost midnight when the work was completed John Kehoe of Brook lyn who is n member of the order and also a District Deputy in the Knights of Columbus was present and made a brief but interesting address- PASSIONIST MISSION The Rey Fathers Erasmus andGreg ory of the Paseionfet order began atwQ weekslataeion at Holy Rosary churc- hinStLouis last Sunday Father Eras + rani until a year ago was connected with Isacred HMrt jttroat IB this city 1 s FRANK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE 8- YDRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BJIEWED BY SENN ACKERMAN 31 EwINQ CO ANYXNOORPORALED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVXLLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery 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try the Cecilian yours- elfPRICE = = 25000 Payments if desired Music on the basis of lOc per roll = RIEUM MUSIC CO 6Q1S6 LLLLLLLLLLLLLLL O n- L FOURTH AVENUE f tHome 111111111111 Phone 1333 BEST COFFEEe I Its my great special freshly roasted every day Phone 1323 Home for a trial package delivered quickBlack Green or piled Tea 4Sc per lb Rebate Tickets worth 6c in trade free with every dollars worth MULLOY IIMarket SPRING IMarket THE PLAYER- s MONTENEGRO 50cot COFFEE tI ROASTER t 14 V IYIAY2KIDx eTrzEJBJT 4 I 11 I H I I I I+H I HH I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HJo p NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY We have Jewelry and other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell for SEE US FIRST J BRUNN JEWELER 530 WEST MARKET P BANNON MJJ BANNON1 P BANNON JR Prudent VlcaPres AI Gen Mgr Treasurer Kentucky Vitrifiem Brick Ca K INCORPORATED 1 JUQ21URaoturer s oY VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS ORfei 561512 Wet1Iftt1Sf Irks ftUpefe AH M 9th art Mtiu TELEPHONE 57a TELEPHONE 1282 L AL o t O 1 oo e o eOO HALFPRICE DRESS SKIRT SALEW- ebought an overproduction of stylish and well made Dress Skirts at 50 cents on the dollar We are selling them at the same rate and those on the alert for great values will find this a great opportunity In this lot of Dress Skirts are no less than 35 different styles to select from I Everyone is topnotch and the making highclass The materials Panamas Cheviots Serges Voiles Checks and Fancy Mixtures areilengths and sizes in the following i I 198I1 Skirts worth 850 for 3981 01 Skirts worth 1100 for = 698 Skirts worth 1500 for = = 998 J2 5 JiMARKerSTREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekaeneralN- eW6 Notes New Yorks County Board contributed 500 to the San Francisco relief fund Members of the order at Columbus Ohio donated f2000 to theSan Francisco relief fund Thirty candidates will receive the four decrees from Divisions 3 of Syracuse next Thursday night The Ladies Auxiliary will meet next Wednesday night A feature will be the report of the Geraldine Dramatic Club The order is flourishing at Youngs town Ohio At a recent meeting of Division 2 twenty applications were receivedThe I at Elmira N Y gave a euchre party for the benefit of the San Francisco earthquake sufferers Quite a nice sum was realized There were twenty divisions of the order in San Francisco Many of them I lost all their possessions and a majority of the members are homeless The Rev Edward Fenlon pastor of St Bridgets church St Louis made the Hibernian retreat at St Patricks church last week with the other members of the orderDivision 4 has invited all Hibernians oi the Falls cities to attend their social session on the evening of Wednesday May 23 Music and refreshments will help make the evening a pleasant one Division 3 of Minneapolis gave an entertainment last Sunday in honor of the 101 new members There was plenty of vocal and instrumental music and several talks on the benefits of the order Prof J C Monaghan who is chief of the United States Bureau of Labor and Commerce Washington D C will deliver a lecture at Syracuse N Y tomorrow night under the auspices of the order The proceeds will be given to St Marys Infant and Maternity Hospital Division 2 will hold a meeting Friday night and as questions of vital Importance are to be discussed every members urged to be present This meeting will determine to a great extent the future policy of this division which has withstood many adversities Every member of the order should show his loyalty to the Ladies Auxiliary by attending the performance of the Ger ildine Dramatic Club at Macauleys next Monday night It would also set a good example for them to bring their friends and families with them and thus encourage the young people in the company Saratogas Convention Committee is naking elaborate preparations for the rational gathering of the order and ladles Auxiliary Quite a large sum has been raised for the entertainment ofl the visitors Archbishop Farley the rational Chaplain will deliver the open ng address and will officiate at the solemn high mass MRS HALYS REATH Mrn Jane Haly one of the best known adies in the State died at her home in Frankfort on Sunday morning She was the widow of the late Dennis Haly for zany years proprietor of the Old Domin c ion Inn at Frankfort and is survived by the following children Percy Haly formerly State Adjutant General and at present Chairman of the State Board of Control of Charity Institutions Mrs larry B ODonnell Mrs James Noonan Mrs T G Newman Mrs Joseph foonan all of Frankfort and Miss Ella laly of Lexington The deceased was ixtyfive years of age and had been in ailing beatlh for several months The nneral took place from the Church of 1 FatherlbomasI J ceremonies 1 c Bobziena Cnbana Cigar 5c Beat made I1 RETURN GAME Mackin and Trinity Councils bowling i J I Y1Flynnivening Trinity wOI OM Mriei sad the fforthcoming con J tut will i probity Mttlc the rtvaly l I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Kelra- nRecordlngSecretaryoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeotge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street- TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus HattiCounty PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VlcePresldentMichael Breen Treasurer Louts Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJohn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat onRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber MarshalJames L Mnllarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella live your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 13 W D roadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical SdentUic and DUllness Courses Preparalory Department IarKe Swlmmlug Pool Well tqulppep ymnailum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr CONFIRMATION The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey onfirmed a large class of children at St osephs church llast Sunday morning Before administering the sacrament his Ordihlp preached a beautiful sermon ppropriate to the occasion On Sunday girlsillBobziens Cubana Cigar 5c Best made CELEBRATION AT COVINQTON The Catholic societies of Covington wiJJ hold their anuual celebration at St loysius church tomorrow afternoon revloua to the church celebration there wiJJ be a great street parade and Chief f Police Henry Schuler has been chosen to act as Grand Marshal Bobziena Cabana Cigar 5c Beat made C K of AYour Benefit Certificate with the Catholic Knights of America is- just as secure as in a regular life incur ice and costs fully onefourth leee Write to President Felix Gaudln New rhesus La or to Secretary Anthony atre MernrodJsesxrd Building It- ouito Ho I IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled I From Exchanges Mayor Kealy has written the Kilkenny Council resigning his office Branches of the Irish Drapers Assistants Association have been established in Derry and Sligo James Taylor exPostmaster of Tippe rary died at his home on Bridge street after a brief illness of pneumonia The Pope has appointed the Very Rev Canon Powderly of Togher County Louth to the office of domestic prelate at the Papal roust- Constable Naughton of Ballybay just promoted to the rank of Acting Sergeant now possesses the distinction of being the youngest Sergeant on the force Rev Mother Frances of Fermoy Pre sentation Convent celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of her profession aud received the good wishes of her many friends Tenants around Athenry are not flour ishing They are discovering that they agreed to give too much for their holdings and processes are coming thick and fastSince the Shannon season for salmon fishing commenced in February the quan tity of fish captured Is the worst on rec ord and the best of the spring fishing is now over Mary Keeuan relict of the late Terence Keenan died April 22 at her home in Ardee She was an old and respected resident of the town and her funeral was very largely attended Twelve legacies from America were received during April in the country around Ballybay It is worthy of uote that the last four received were from the now ruined city of San Francisco The Most Rev Dr Owens Bishop of Clogher has appointed the Very Rev Canon OConnor of Newtowubutler County Fermanagh parish priest of Don aghmoyne County Mouagban rendered vacant through the death of the late Rev Terence Conlan The death is announced of the Right Rev Monsignor OLaverty at Holywood County Down Deceased was a well known member of the Royal Irish Acad emy and was the historian of the Diocese of Down and Connor He had been in failing health for some time Michael Davitt who has been confined to his house in Dalkey suffering from neuralgia is on the speedy way to recov cry The complaint was followed by a sharp attack of influenza which culmi nated in blood poisoning An operation was performed and the serious symptoms have passed away Bernard Gallogley of Cregganduff was the victim of a painful accident While harnessing his horse he accidentally received kick from the animal in the face which smashed his nose Inquiries at the Louth hospital show that he is making satisfactory progress towards recovery tint it is feared he will be perma nently disfigured Messrs Joseph Mulligan Thomas J Smyth Chairman of the Cavan Rural Council and Terence Fitzpatrick who were sentenced by Justice Ross to indefi nite periods of imprisonment for con tempt of court on March 0 were released Monday morning from Dundalk jail It will not be forgotten that since the com mittal took place the whole question of contempt was debated in Parliament The judgment of Justice Ross was subjected to severe criticism the Attorney General stating that his lordship had gone very far Bobziens Cubans Cigar 5c Best made ASSIGNED TO RICHMOND The Rev Father Bocklage of Newport has been assigned to Richmond to take the place of Father Merschman recently leceased Father Bocklage is not an mire stranger in his new parish WINCHESTER CATHOLICS The Catholics of Winchester have tided to the exterior appearance of St osepui church by laying a concrete pavem est In front 0fit Father William Cyan is proud of his church and people 1 GREAT SALEOF IRON BEDStAT GREENESBeing 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 tJAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + 0 t t t t H I I II I t Sunlight 350FOR Ask for these two and youll be shown the best shoes for the prices you ever saw All styles and leathers for dress or other wear Pingree made shoes sold direct from maker to wearer the middle mans profit cut out I 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