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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i7A- H TrwLis1 AMERICA r VOLUME XVINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 19 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS T SACRED Vessels That Are Used in Solemn Ceremonies of the Catho lic Church t Ancient History of the Chalice Paten and the C1 boriutu the Con The Monstrance Holds serrated Host On Certain p Occasions t ALTAR AND WHAT IT REPRESENTS To the devout Catholic the altar repre sents a tomb because the tombs of the altars of Christenmartyrs were the first dom For this reason also the relics of are inclosed in thesaints and martyrs altars of Catholic churches As far back as the time of St Augustine it had been altars with flow customary to adorn the ers and as time rolled on the decoration of altars beceme more elaborate Three cloths are laid on the altar The uppermost one is enriched with lace and 4embroidery and must descend to the ground The church prescribes the use of these three linen cloths easily washed to guard against the serious Inconven ience that might result from a fall of the chalice The altar must be consecrated by a Bishop before it can be used for the holy sacrifice of the mass There are three cards called canons placed on the altar They help to direct the priest by his eyes the prayers that be could not read with so much ease in the missal The largest of the canons is i placed in the center of the altar before the tabernacle the second to the left and the third to the right The tabernacle where the Holy Euchar ist is kept is a receptacle in the center of the altar It is furnished inside with white silk and covered outside with a veil The tabernacle is surmounted by a large cross in order to remind us that the sacrifice of the altar is a continuation of the sacrifice of Calvary During the holy sacrifice at least one candle burns on A each side of the altar to remind us that Christ wan the light of the world and also to remind us of the days when the early Christians had to practice their devotions in the dim light ot the catacombs The principal sacred vessels are the chalice paten cibotium and monstrance The chalice is as old as Christianity It represents the cup in which our Divine Saviour consecrated his blood and gave it to his apostles to drink The chalice was a vessel used by the Jews at their meals and was passed from one to another as a mark of friendship In the early days owing to the churches andJprogressed in piety they gave freely ofI their gold and silver from which to fashion the sacred vessels In the year 203 A D Pope Zephyrinus forbade the use of any other material save gold and silver Out of respect for the body and blood of Christ these vessels are always consecrated before being put to theirI proper uses In olden times all the peo pIe communicated under the species of wine as well as bread and history tell us that a chalice given by Charlemagne to S the Church of AislaChappelle weighed eighteen pounds In those days tbeI chalices were equipped with two handles The Christians in early days offered the wine and water that were to be conse crated in private chalices In these days cruets are used instead of the private chalicesThe is a covered chalice and must be of silver with the inside lined with gold It recalls to our minds the ark of the covenant which contained the manna a figure of the Eucharist Iu it are kept the hosts which the priest ten ders to communicants during the mass The monstrance sometimes called the k tostensoriurn is kept in the tabernacle r It is shaped to represent glory or the A sun and reminds us of the True Sun whose glory enlightened the world It is not as old as the other sacred vessels to since its origin is traced to the time when impiety and error attacked the funds mental dogma of the real presence In order to combat these evils the church 1established the solemn festivals of the blessed sacrament and thus furnished to the pious people an opportunity for adoring their Redeemer The monstrance should be of gold or at least of silver I with inner lining of gilt During benediction and feasts of the blessed sacrament the host is inclosed In the mon strance u SAD DEATH Fireman James Cusick Con tracted Cold While Fighting Fire James Cusick one of the most popular members of the fire department died atl his home 1911 Bank street on Saturday Slight after an illness of four months His death was due to heart disease super r iaduced by catching cold while working at the Court House fire four months ago I 0a that occasioH he came in contact with e a atreaia froara hose end hIs clothingr tMcanic Mtnrattd Neverthelew he con fD IJ tinued at his post for several hours in th1e bitter winds The next day he fell i1 1 and while his ailment was not considere- serious at first rheumatism developed and gradually extended to his heart Louisvilire thirtyfour years ago He joined the fire department in 1899 and spent the greater part of the last seven years as driver for the No 1 engine company He was deservedly popular among his fellows and his death iis generally regretted His mother Mrs Catherine Cusick with whom he made his home and the following brothers and sisters survive him Martin aud Peter Cusick and Mrs Thomas Pretty of Cincinnati and Miss Katie Cusick The deceased was a member of Division Ii A O H The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Tuesday morning and was largely attended The pall bearers were chosen from his associates in the fire department and A O H LARGE FIELD The Rev Father J P Hille brand Transferred lEvansvllle The Rev Father J F Hillebrand pas tor of St Marys of the Knobs church near New Albany has been transferred to the rectorship of St Bonifaces church at Evansville Father Hillebrand was transferred from Rockport to St Marys of tbe Knobs eight years ago and in that time did a great work among the people he was set to guide He has endeared himself to every member of the congre gation and while they hate to see him leave they are rejoicing that he has merited promotion Not only was he a friend of the Catholics but all the people of Floyd county irrespective of religion admired and honored him Father Hillebrands success in building up the membership of the was marvelous He has also raised a large sum to be applied to the erection of a larger church Had Father Hille brand remained he would have begun the work in a short time His new charge is the second largest parish in the diocese and numbers more than 400 families This worthy priest has many friends in Louisville who wish him success in his new field NEW MEMBERS Macklns Men Never Tire Of Bringing In Re cruits Jj Three new nppllcat6ns two reported upon favorably and three candidates elected was the record of Macklu Coun cil Y M I Tuesday night Chairman Louis J Kieffer in behalf of the Outing Committee reported that matters were progressing favorably and the council decided to award watch charms emI blematic of the order to all members who disposed of 200 or more tickets This will be an additional incentive to dispose of tickets since many of the members are already possessed of but tons for the sale of fifty tickets The San Francisco Relief Committee reported that donations were still coming in and an additional sum will probably be forwarded this week The special committee of which Louis J Kieffer is Chairman recommended the purchase of several works on Christian doctrine and church history The council approved the suggestions and the works will be added to Mackins library at an early date Letters of congratulation were directed to be sent to the following who have recently become fathers of prospec tive members of the Y M I Louis Born traeger Frank Schmidt and Maurice Quill It was decided to celebrate the thir teenth anniversary of the council in ap propriate style next September and the following committee will make the neces say arrangements Charles S Raidy Chairman George J Lautz Dan Cun niff James T Shelley Vincent Smith Frank Murphy and William Kerberg LADIES AUXILIARY Gratified Over Outcome of the Dramatic Clubs Venture The Ladles Auxiliary A O H held a splendid meeting Wednesday night In the absence of Miss Mary Sheridan who is in attendance at the Catholic Knights and Ladies convention in De troit Miss Elizabeth King presided Two new members were proposed and one was initiated The members were in great glee over the success of the dra matic clubs first performance and they expressed their thanks to all who bad in any way assisted them Miss Nellie Downing was awarded the prize for sell i ing the largest number of tickets State President Mary Corcoran an nounced that she was organizing a branch of the auxiliary at CovIngton and expects to establish it with fifty charter members Miss Corcoran is beipg ably assisted in this workhy Miss Ada Conk ling the State Vice President aud Miss Hannah Murphy County President It was determined to hold an open meeting and social session at the 1 lat meeting in June The auxiliary will give a reception in honor of the members of the dramatic club at the home off Thomas Hanley 537 Twentysixth street on Monday evening n Jt J CLEVERa Performance of GeraldineI Dra atolls Jlnb Won Goucr ousApplause- Amateur Actors Gave Credit able Production of Irish Drama Splendid Audience Saw Good Work of the Young Thespians INVITED TO REPRODUCE SHOW A splendid audience attended the per formance of the Geraldine Dramatic Club at Macauleys Theater Monday night and by the generous applause and multi plicity of floral offerings testified that the efforts of the young Thespians were appreciated Every lady and gentleman in the cast had friends in the audience so that all came in for a share of the applause and none no matter how insig nificant his or her part was slighted The curtain raiser ForgetBIeNots was given by Thomas D Clines and Michael F McGuire both well known amateur actors In this sketch Mr Clines appeared as a dissipated youth who had been reproached by his father for some youthful misdeed Sorry for his conduct he had sought forgiveness and had been refused When the curtain rises the room of the dissolute youth is shown Morgan the faithful servant played by Mr McGuire is bewailing the quiteoAt this juncture HenrySeymour the youth enacted by Mr Clines appears on the scene Intoxicated and worried Morgan lovingly pleads with his master to mend his ways and not to bring his father and mother to the grave with sorrow Seymour declares that his father refused him forgiveness and cares nothing for him He sobers sufficiently to moralize and then determines to end his own life His one regret is in leaving his mother and he recalls to mind the time he as a child weaved her a wreath of forget me nots As the clock begins to strike 9 Seymour raises his revolver to end ftls life Just as he is about to fire the faithful Morgan enters with two letters Quickly concealing the revolver the youth opens one of the letters It is from his father forgiving his past transgressions and begging him to return home Too latel foo late he moans He undertakes a second time to commit self murder and once more the picture of his mother arises in his mind He seizes the second letter and finds in it a little bunch of forgetmenots They are from lira mother and the curtain descends with Seymour reformed Both Messrs Clines and McGuire acquitted themselves ad mirablyYShaun Aroon the main feature of the evening is a drama in three acts and its action is of the present day In brief it tells the story of Lord Fermoy an Englishman who is likewise an Irish landlord Fermoy who was imperson ated by David J Maloney fell in love with Miss Molly OGrady while she was perfecting her education in London He learns that she is the daughter of one of his tenants Dan OGrady and follows her to Ireland He learns that his resident agent Fergus Riordan is oppress ing his tenants and in the disguise of Bad Andy halftramp and half villain visits his estate When the play opens Dan OGrady a respectable farmer impersonated by David OConnell is engaged in an argu ment with the villain Fergus Riordan enacted by James J Carroll Riordan endeavors to make OGrady drunk in ors der to extort t200 which he claims he wants to send to Fermoy The servant at the tavern Patrick impersonated by Emmet Mallon scents villainy and keeps a watchful eye on the pair The scene changes and Molly OGrady played by Miss Ella OConnell appears accompanied by Miss Maggie Hourigan who essayed the role of Maggie a maid While they are engaged in talking of their late visit to England Shaun Aroon the central figureof the drama appears on the scene Shaun is a rollicking Irish youth ready to sing dance or fight and moreover is in love with Maggie The role of Shaun Aroon fell to Patrick G King whose exuberant spirits got all there was out of the part Shaun wel comes Maggie home and carries her off for a love feast but Molly is not long alone for the disguised Lord Fermoy appears The heroine recognizes him as the Capt Waters she had met in London despite his disguise He begs her to maintain silence and convinces her that Lord Fermoy isl not as bad as painted Meanwhile Dan OGrady has been placed in the toils of Old Hennings a money lender which part fell to Raymond Barrett An interval of six months elapses between the first and second acts and in that time the OGrady home has ben changed from joy to sorrow Between the machinations of Riordan and the threat of Hennings Dan leat his wits end Then Thomas Keenan Jr who mprsonatestheson Tom OGrady who 1bad fled to America five years be fqre arrives only to find that his return Jflee been discovered and that the police areeu route to arraat him Riordan visitI the OGrady home and J offers his bandand heart to Molly through her father The girl disdains the offer and the father applauds her action This is quickly followed by the arrest of Tom OGrady who is placed in Irons Austin E Walsh In the role oj comparativelylittle In the thirdact Shaun Aroon and Bad Andy are arrested by order of RIordan but at the opportune moment Bad Andy appears in hisjtrue role of Lord Fermoy MISS UZABETH KING One of the Moving Spirits of the Geral dine Dramatic Club The rascally agent begs forgiveness but Is sent to prison Molly OGrady is be trothed to Lore Fermoy and Shaun wins the heart and band of Maggie while Dan OGrady his wife and Tom are all made JToJ any particular person and credit him ors her with the best work would only discredit the rest For ama teurs all The repeat the pegormance in Jeffersonville at an early date They may also repro duce the show at Covington or Lexing ton Incidentall to the action of the play David J Maloney sang Molly Bawn in such excellent style that he was com pelled to respond to an encore Miss Hourigan was also encored for her splen did solo Jennie the Flower of Kildare Michael F McGuire recited a pathetic story between July second and third acts His work was appreciated TRINrfis MEMBERS Will Give Annual Outing at Fontaine Ferry Park On Tuesday Everything is in readiness for Trinity Councils annual outing which will be held at Fontaine Ferry Park on Tuesday With propitious weather 1e crowd ought to be of record breaking proportions T J GARVEY Chairman Committee of Arrangements The committee in charge has made spe cial arrangements for dancing and those who care to trip the light fantastic will find both the music and the floor all that can be desired The aerial swing the Ferris wheel scenic and miniature railway laughing mirrors bnmpthebumps etc will fur nlsh amusement for old and young Special arrangements have been made whereby the Louisville Railway Company will furnish ample street car accommoda tions both to and from the park The Committee on Arrangements is made up of Thomas J Garvey Chair man H C Kleier Secretary James B Kelly Treasurer and John J Sullivan Sr A M Kiefer Chris Leahy Peter Mallon John Briggman A H Veene man Henry Beckman John L Cunniff William Hillerich and Edward P Wulf BATESHAAS A June wedding that will absorb the attention of a large circle will be that which unites Miss Lula A Bates and Frank Maas The brideelect is a West End girl of many charming graces whose many friends wish her success Mr Maas holds a responsible position at Gathofs The date will be announced in the near future 1L WORTUVCOMPLIMENT Supreme Secretary James OBrien of the Y M I has written to Mackin Council asking for suggeftlons concerning the exemplification ofthtf new ritual His council intends WInitiate a clue of twenty on Sunda JuneS Mr OBrien also cpmpHmesftd Mackihoa being the first council wthebrder to iend relief to San Fr nc1 J JLI DISSENSIONS Our Separated Brethren Are Suffering From Lack of Unity Every Protestant Construes the Scriptures to Suit His Own Ideas Catholic Church Maintains Its Unity Sanctity Univers ality Apostolicity INSTITUTED BY MANKINDS REDEEMER Our separated brethren appear to have agreed to disagree on many points of their respective creeds if they can really be called creeds Creed comes from the Latin credo and means I believe But it seems that the members of these creeds are in many cases anything but believers Each man construes the Scrip tures according to his own idea and many of these ideas are very queer To Catholics the cause of these various dissensions seems strange enough in many instances to border on the ridiculous For instance the Presbyterians are at present stirring up trouble among them selves over the publication of a book of common worship Many of the leaders of that church recognize that without unity the church must be a failure hence they sought to publish a book that would have one common form for services communion marriages funerals bap tisms etc Three years ago the General GvllsiKtheto arrange the book of common worship This committee has completed its work only to find that many members of the church look upon the new work as savoring of Episcopalianism or Roman Catholicism The committee has made this concession it announces on the title page For Voluntary Use in Churches One of the innovations is that the word obey is omitted from the marriage service Then one notices that the Unitarians tlYofGhost the third person of the Blessed Trinity declaring that the old view of the Bible is untrue and that the books of theOld Testament are legend and myth instead of history At the same time these scoffers insist on the authenticity of the New Testament but foil to see that many polnts f the Old Testament are corroborated by the New A tribunal of the Protestant Episcopal church has tried one of its ministers the Rev Algernon S Crapsey on the charge of heresy It is announced that the court agreed by a vote of four to one that the charge was sustained but a formalstatement from the tribunal is awaited Mr Crapsey denied the divinity and the virgin birth of our Redeemer and yet he insists on remaining a min ister of a creed that teaches the Godshlp of the second person of the Blessed TrinityThese are only a few less than one hundredth part of 1 per cent of the dis sensions among the nonCatholics who profess Christianity Catholics would be tempted to laugh at their disagreements were they not to be pitied Our Divine Redeemer came upon earth to save us all Protestants as well as Catholics Jews and Gentiles heretics and agnostics He and He atone instituted the Christian or the Catholic church the Romanist church as sonic of our separated brethren call it That church has maintained IItf unity its sanctity its apostolicity and its uni versality for more than 1900 years Why Because Christ established the church and declared that the gates of hell should not prevail against it Luther a rene gade Catholic founded the Lutheran church Calvin Wesley Knox Camp hell and a host of others constructed creeds aud established churches to their own liking Henry VIII the uxorclde king of England after being honored with the title of Defender of the Faith departed from the true church and estab lished his own or Episcopalian church These men were all known It was to St Peter and his successors that our Lord committed the teachings offtbe truths of that church and it holds the same beliefs today it held in its infancy It was of the Catholic church that Lord Macauley not a Catholic wrote these words She saw the commence ment of all the governments and of all the ecclesiastical establishments that now exist in the world and we feel no assur ance that she is not destined to see the end of them all She was great and respected before the Saxon had set foot on Britain before the Frank had passed the Rhine when Grecian eloquence still flourished in Antioch when idols were still worshiped in the Temple of Mecca And she may still exist in undiminished vigor when some traveler from New Zealand shall in the midst of vast soli tnde take his stand on a broken arch of London Bridge to sketch the ruins of St Pauls PAINFUL INJURIES Mrs Mary Mulloy the veaerable hafullytarared1 f She WM tWtioR her stater L tlnnie Graham and the two aged ladies were taking a walk when a workman pruning trees allowed a heavy branch to fall upon their heads The heavy part of the branch felled Mrs Mulloy to the ground Mrs Graham was only slightly injured The two ladies were removed to Mrs Grahams home and medical aid sum moned It was found that no bones were broken and that unless unforeseen complication set in Mrs Mulloy will soon be able to return hom- eUNIQUE DINNER Lady Aberdeens GuestsMusf Wear Clothes of Irish Make Lady Aberdeen wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland has announced a unique dinner and garden party for the early summer and lies thereby endeared herself to patriotic Irishmen and women She proposes to dress herself from top to toe in Irishmade clothing and she has stipulated that all her guests men as well as women shall wear none but clothing made in Ireland and by Irish hands The food to be provided for the dinner will be the produce of Irish soil from soup to dessert It is expected that Lady Aberdeens enterprise in this manner will give a wonderful impetus to Irish trade It will teach the people that Ire land has wonderful resources that only need developing to make her a strictly commercial natio- nEASTERN r VISITOR Vice President Croghan of C K of A Entertained Here Hubert F Crogban of Providence R I Supreme Vice President of the Catho hts of America weekuandlareet early part of the quite a number of the local Knights dur ing his brief stay Mr Croghan arrived Wednesday night and was immediately escorted to Macauleys Theater where be witnessed the performance of the Ger aldine Dramatl Club Tuesday morning he was the guest of Messrs Joseph P McGinn and Michael Reichert who showed him many of the points of interest in the city In the afternoon he accompanied Henry Bosquet to the Jockey Club meeting It was bis first view of running races and he at once became an atdent admirer afnw sport of kings He was lucky enough to hit a winning long shot which put him in a better humor than ever In the evening he attended a meeting of the Entertainment Committee of the Central body and at its close the delegates escorted him to his train Mr Croghan was en route to attend a meeting of the supreme officers and trustees at St Louis In conversation with a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Mr Croghan said This is my first visit to Kentucky and I must say I am favorably impressed with all I have seen and heard The dramatic performance last night was the best I ever saw for amateurs and I have seen many amateur shows in the East I am pleased with the hospitality shown me by my brother Knights in this city and I want to say that Louisville is a beautiful place The Catholic Knights are coming to the front rapidly in the East one branch alone receiving twentyfour new mem bers at a recent meeting I want to say also that members of the order every where are indebted to Michael Reichert and Joseph P McGinn in reference to the rerating They stood between the order and inevitable destruction THREE DEGREES Conferred Upon Large Class of Knights of Columbus Candidates Seventyfour candidates became mem bers of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus last Sunday afternoon The initiation was held at the Scottish Rite Cathedral on Sixth street near Walnut A team from Owensboro Council con ferred the first degree Covington the second and Chicago the third It was nearly 9 oclock when the initiatory exercises closed The new and old Knights then adjourned to the Gait House where more than 300 sat down to an elaborate banquet The Entestain went Committee which arranged the spread was made up ot Thomas W Tarpey Chairman J M Ryan H C Neehan P H Callahan and Louis E HodappAfter the cigars had been lighted J M Ryan who presided as toastmaster introduced the speakers who responded to the following toasts Our Newly Made Brother j Harry M SwaunGreater Louisville Dr Irvin Abell The Past of Our Order Frank A GeherThe Future of Our Order Newton G RogersHome Coming Week Hon Edward J McDermottLouisville now numbers about 650 membere and the aggregate membership of all the councils numbers 160090 distributed among 900 councils The present officers of Louisville Council are DeputyIGrand Knight Bauer Secretary John J Flynn Treasurer Henry Paslick Chancellor John A Doyle Warden WI11lamJClapekeTruateew MJDuffy Henry Thiemiintt and John jC ffrey OUR DUTY Archbishop Glennon DrawpLc SODS From Life of St Joseph ShouldLaborers D Work For a Days Hire False Presentation of Just Causes the Undoing of Many WHY LABOR IS HONORIS Archbishop Glennon the eloqi young prelate who presides over archdiocese of St Louis always something interesting to say In a readdress in his Cathedral chapel on St Joseph the Just Man these days of strife between ca labor his ideas are worth heed siderationIt be well for us he said take that attribute repsduceour neighbors and our God St Joseol was a carpenter and a just man 9Joseph was a laborer and a just mm We have many philosophers today al economics political and social to set the labor troubles It might be well put into labor the two characteristics tfl distinguish St Joseph namely thatij wasa laborer and honored by AlmifJ God and that he was a just man ma thereby labor honorable and ti h make pformers duty To do less means that he unjust and justice has to have a guard there If you have in the heart of t laborer conscience expressing itself iij just days work you would not need J watchingkeeping ll dl and does pot do You would have o of the phases of the labor problem solve And ifwe could carry this whole thl back beyond the laborer into the comni tee meeting room whether of the dirj ors or of the employers or of theJiil ciers orofttte busfftesjphjH there the figure of ju tice a e Jug officer of their deliberation spirit of which would rule out that is wrong would guide them to do which is right then you would hi condition where it would not be access to have so many laws made to catch th when they are doing wrong In ot words if this cold forbiddinglooki virtue of simple justice were In the bed of all people we would reach a more r found solution of all these problems tl we dID otherwise attempt JusticeIt is God that is infiui just Justice is the form of divln justice is the form of right justice is perpetual inclining of the mind to what is right It means that all sho be governed by honest relations t honors should go by merit that honest man should not be set aside f the dishonest Justice is necessary f everydlifeyou may build others If today tl figure of justice were to move throu the whole world it would find unf tunately that many have forgotten name and that almost all are deficient its practice I fear in the marts of tn that figure would have a similar posit to Christ in the temple as he lashed buyers and traders there In the ma of trade today juntlce would have to IId many and drive them out because tl ShyloIwho demanded his pound of 6cda es though the flesh should bring the hear blood You remember that justice car only when Shylock was pleading nu loudly that justice and not mercy sbf prevail His false presentation of was his own undoing This sermon of the Archbishop i honor of the feast of the patronage i Joseph After dwelling upon the va aspects of St Josephs character Archbishopsummed them up thus Josephwas the just man a model fo fathers the guardians of the home Joseph the just man a model for laborers St Joseph the protector i all guarding the church the faro God as he guarded the home l9 reth St Joseph our helper an- dPREPARATION For Father rallcrsSI- Annlversay Are In Progress The members of St Marys co tlon New Albany are making aj progress in the work of co defray the expenses attached bration of the sixtieth sacerd versary of the Very Rev Path Marie Falter The celebratio held on Thursday July 6 Father Faller has been past Marya since 1886 and is greatly by his people He will celebrat solemn high mae at 9 oclock mx Very Rev Father Roell beau oft 1 mond will preach the sermon A quet will follow later in the day Bishops Chatard and ODfliiUKil several other cln Y I QNTUCKY IRISH AMERJC Ne Y IRISH flMERIGflN i the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS I aSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Watered St the Louisville Postofflce as SecoudCtusMatter lUmisll CoTannl llontolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 Wet Orecn Slf tt 1 LTTRADES ugEUNCIL IUISVULR KVSATURDAY MAY 19 19061 PEACEFUL SOUTH itiot only Kentucky but the tire South will be benefited by e Home Coming Week We that formerve every evidence sidents of this State are coming ld the additional evidence that air frie ids are coming in large tubers Men who never set foot the State before will be here to jj what we have to offer They 11 be welcomed with Kentucky ispitality entranced by the anty of Kentucky women ithused over our stock farms and to nded when they see our unlim mrces of mineral wealth L visitors from the North Id West will then investigate there They will find that the outh is not a land of crime that she has no socialists and anarchistI odeal with that she is not suffer ng from any serious labor troubles hat she has no Chinese labor prob m nor is she suffering from at flux of foreign paupers Our sitors will also learn that the groproblem has been minimized That the entire Southern people re working for the betterment off heir respective States and of the hole Union Why then shouldI ur visitorsnot decide to locate it Le of the Southern States Ken pcky does not want them all hough she will welcome all who house to cast their fortunes within er limits The South is now the nd of peace and plenty She has ne ff mideveloped resource r a lyvaiting for industri hands No one who comes to atucky will depart with a bad nidn ol the South NEEDS ATTENTION Our esteemed contemporary the atholic Citizen of Rochester N makes very pertinent remark lent American journalism in this iseIuIt is a lamentable fact that ou raericau press is largely controller 7 antagonists to Catholic prin pies Why this should be so iii ccounted for by the fact that well odo Catholics seldom if ever in est in daily newspaper securities bus leaving the field of journalist Imost entirely in the hands of their pponents from a religious stand oint This seems to have been the edition of affairs also in jrench republic which little by lit le so instilled animosity to Catholic eats into the public mind that the resent agnostic wave has wroughi avoc throughout the once greatest Atholic country in ChristendomI would astound many were they- re of the herculean efforts made ertain fortes to maintain con of the influential daily news ers of the large cities in Amer as it is essential that they be in diness when called upon to fur er the interests of a certain move nt That they can be relied QH to act in unison for or against fftain question of moment pIe has only too often proven If the agitation is beneficial bolic interests the influential jlspf the country either ig the question entirely or misi esent the facts thus endeavor to bring the movement into- r with the masses Some y wealthy Catholics in thig could do no better than little of their surplus in sm and put a stop to the ger who Is ever on the qui for a thrust at the Catholic t bfere are thSeofn- iewbo will eventually gain itrol of dally newspapers in our ions cities but as they are usu 1 alone it is slow progress as nearly every one fis aware of the fact that it takes a smallsized mint to conduct a large modern daily newspaper success fully Every word of this is true but it would also be tonn advantageous purpose were the wealthy Catholic f to help support and encourage the weekly Catholic press The averII age weekly Catholic journal doestt not draw i per cent of its support from the millionaire Instead its editors and publishers are depend I ent on the support of the middle class and the poor- GREATER LOUISVILLE Louisville is growing every min ute Capitalists have at last seer its advantages as a gateway to the South and money is being invested The chain of electric rail ways with Louisville as a center will soon encircle the State Las week the Louisville and Easters made arrangements to enter Shelby ville and this week they have It right of way through Frankfort thus putting Louisville in touch with the entire Bluegrass section Thursday is Ascension day and is solemnly celebrated by the Catho lie Church in honor of our Blesses Lords ascension into heaven forty days after Easter It is a holiday of obligation and every good Catholic is bound under penalty of mortal sin to attend mass even iif he is not permitted to refrain iron servile work Divide and Conquer has eve been the motto of England At present we see William OBrien on one side and Tim Healy on the other attacking Redmond and Dil Ion Take care gentlemen Tak care Adopt English tactics unit yourselves and divide the other fel lows Members of the Louisville baser ball team must have known tha the prize of 500 offered by Man ager George Tebeau was stages money as they have slumped awfully since the tender was made iThis is the country of equality 11If Andrew Carnegie can furnisl 1000000 as the modus vivend for a federation of fine arts wha right bus any one to oppose thee right of workingmen to federate HAPPY DAY Children In Several Parishes itReceived Important Sacrament yMany Louisville children received their first holy communion and confirms tion last Sunday At the Sacred Heart church a class of seventy boys and girls were confirmed by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey just before the 730 oclock mass at which time they received their first communion Bishop McCloskey not only instructed the children upon the nature of the sacrament but admon ished the parents on their duties toward their children The Rev Father Walsh administered the holy eucharist to the- o happy children- A class of fiftysix boys and girls re celved first holy communion at St An thonys church the Rev Father Leo officiating The Rev Father Weiss ad ministered the same sacrament to a class of forty children at St Georges church The Rev Father Louis C Ohle gaVe first holy communion to a class of 123 boys and girls at St Martins church at 8 oclock The same children were con firmed by the Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey at 330 6clock in the afternoon VISIT TO OETHSEMANB Messrs Michael J and F Joseph Herr mann escorted W L Mapotber Vice President of the L N and COB CoHjpton Traffic Manager pf the same road Louis Seelbach and Theodore Ettel to Getbsemane abbey on Saturday The Louisville visitors were guests of the Trappist monks Saturday night and Sun day The Messrs Herrmann are old friends of the TrappUts but the abbey was a revelation to the other visitors All were delighted with the trip v iSOGIEfY I Miss Anna Bannon is convalescent after a serious illness of typhoid fever Andrew J Meagher of the L NJtraffic department is enjoying a merited vacation Mrs Thomas Malone and Miss Maggie McLaughlin are at Dawson Springs for ia short sojourn Eugene Ford has returned from Madison I Ind where he was the guest of his brother C A Ford Miss Mollie Mackey of South Louisville will return next week from a pleas ant visit to Cincinnati John Carr of Portland is in Detroit attending the convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Harry Thorpe wife and child of 2401 Slevin street are enjoying a sojourn oft ten days at West Baden Springs Miss Daisy McGinnis has returned I 1 of from Bardstown where she was the guest her sister Mrs James Reardon I Thomas Keaney who has been sojourn I login Nevada and New Mexico has gone I to Los Angeles Cal to spend a monthII Mrs Disney Ryan who spent last 1 week with Mrs Emanuel Kirk in this city has returned to Lebanon Junction John OBryau and wife have returned to their home at Georgetown after a pleasant visit to Mrs John Clifford in Portland Roger Nob ally is the happiest man on Portland avenue and all because he has a new boy More sonligbt iu the home as it were Col Michael Muldoon and daughter Miss Anita left Wednesday for French Lick Springs for a stay of ten days 01 two weeks Miss Katherine Cunningham who spent a pleasant fortnight at St Louis asI the guest of Miss Lucille Clark has re turned home Stephen Mooney of Jeffersonville has5 returned from Bloomington where he went to attend the funeral of his brother William Mooney Mrs Katherine Morgan who was seriously ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital has returned to her home in Port land much improved in health John Goodwin who recently retiree from the grocery business left Monday on an extended trip to Washington Bal timore Philadelphia and New York Mrs Peter Richards of New Albany is iu attendance at the National convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladie of America as the delegate from Brand 110 John Stnmler of New Albany ant Miss Lizzie Kiefer of Clark county Ind are to be united in marriage at St Josephs church north of New Albany June 1- Miss Eva Rail entertained her euchre club at her home 2538 West Main street on Monday afternoon Miss Mary Riege acd Mrs Paul Higgins were the prizewinners Miss Janie Page of 418 Twentysixtb street has gone to Denver for a protracted visit She will be the guest of her sister Mrs Wyman wife of Lieut Wyman US A Mrs F Ben Horstman of 922 Fifth street her sisters Mrs J W Horstman and Miss Anna Schultheis went to Jasper Indon Monday to spend teu days with relatives Mr and Mrs Martin J Carroll left Monday for Memphis to attend the conventions of the Brotherhood of Locomo Live Engineers and the Grand International Auxiliary Albert D Gregg and Frank P Burke are organizing a party of Louisville people to make a Northern trip duridg the sweltering days of July The objective point will be Russel Island Mich Miss Mary Reid of West Broadway has gone to Memphis with her father John Reid of the L N who is in attendance at the convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Henry F Cassin and wife have arrived home from Memphis where they spent several pleasant days While there they were joined by their son Henry who connected with the Illinois Central engi leering corps Miles McDonogh a former resident of Portland who recently married Miss Pauline Graustark of Mansfield Ohio is spending his honeymoon with his mother in this city The young will probably locate here Miss Margaret Coleman will the bride of Walter Symington Clark on Thursday June 12 The ceremony will be performed at noon at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Cole man 1100 Fourth avenue Louis Borntraeger is rejoicing over the arrival of another young letter carrier at his home 824 Twentyfourth street The youngster weighs tn pounds lIe will be baptized at St Anthonys church to morrow and will be called Louis after the proud father Mr and Mrs John A OConnor 1725 wentysixtb street last Sunday quietly elebrated the thirtythird anniversary of their marriage which wen solemnized at- St Patricks church by the late Father awlcr on May 13 1873 Tim has dealt lightly with both husband and wife and iotb are as young in spritas they were utheir wedding morn Many of their lends called during the afternoon and reoingto wish them many hippy Jtihedaj Miss Mayme Glanville of New Albany entertained Sunday evening in honor of Mrs P Fanning and her son John of East St Louis Those present were Messrs and Mesdames John Kell Ralph McDaniels James Quinlan Edward Die ler Misses Anna Richards Mabel Quln lan Georgia Smith and Mary Richard Miss Ethel Young of Louisville Mesas Richard Will Freilan Ott Ringen berg John Kell Carl Holmes John Panning and Raymond Lewi- sBREAKERS AHEAD Irish Parliamentary Party Is Tired of Promises and Sympathy Members of the Irish Parliamentar party have begun to show signs that they are tired of sympathy and promises When the Land Commission appointments was brought up in Parliament the Irish members stood united in opposition and there was a note of battle ini their speeches Then too the Liberals with their big majority have begun to boast and to taunt the Irish members because they dare to oppose the education bill One oftbe proposedII gans says The Catholic priests of Ire land can not be suffered by a Liberal government to block the path of prog ressSince tbe new Government went into power the Queens College of Belfast has been granted 100000 for educational purposes That is a Presbyterian instl tution The Catholics have been refused even a farthing although the country iis overtaxed 75000000 annually Again we find both the Lord Lieuten ant and Chief Secretary Bryce promising to restore evicted families but when the time came it was announced that there was no money in the treasury available for such a purpose The Irish members are looking askance at all these breaches of faith and trouble may start for the Liberals at any moment FINE CARDS Splendid Features of Joclee Club Offered Next Week The spring meeting of the new Louisville Jockey Club continues to draw great crowds daily and everything points to the fact that the present is the most profitable season the club has ever en joyed There hay been hlgh class racing every day and the sport has been of the highest order in every particular The Bashford Manor Stakes will be run this afternoonThere will be two more features next week the Juvenile Stakes on Wednesday and a double event on Saturday the Frank Fehr Stakes and the Gentlemen Cup All three of these events hay grown to be classics art attract the at tentlon of horsemen all over the coun 1try On the intervening days good card will be furnished and tae public is as sured of clean sport Will Shelley has been promoted fron Starting Judge to Associate Judge and the promotion meets with popular ap proyalVICTORY WELL WON Trinity Team Defeats Mackti Bowlers in Third Series Trinity Councils bowling team nov claims the championship of the Y M I bowlers of Louisville They played the third series of games against Mackiui team 4t Barney Flynns West End alley on Wednesday night winning two out of three games and also winning on total pinnage for the three games by the smal margin of sixteen pins Mackins team was made up of Capt Charles S Raidy Frank Burke Al K Koertner Charles Cassin John Harlow and Frank Deuser Trinitys men were CaptAlbert P Mar tiu Syl Lega Adolph MaierBen Schuci filer Ben Schall and John JJ Barry Both games were hotly contested and each bowler rolled as if his life depended on the Issue Prominent among thi rooters for Mackin Council were Deputy Sheriff Val Kast John J Dignan Barney Flynn George J LauU and chief rooter as well as umpire Frank G Adams who endeavored to spur his favorites to vie tory by supplying them with refreshments SOCIAL AFFAIR IsThe West End Surprise Club will be entertained at the residence of Mrs George J Butler 1963 Portland avenue Friday afternoon Mrs Butler will be assisted in receiving by her two interesting daughters CORPORAL COLLINS IeOfficer James Collins has beeu pro moted to the position of Corporal and iehis friends are busy congratulating him He has been on the police force ten years and has proven a capable and attentive officer CHICKASAW COUNCIL Chickasaw Council Y M I will receive a large class on Sunday June 10 Grand Director Fred Arnold and the team from Sarto Council of Owensboro will exemplify the degrees Grand First Vfce President Albert F Martin will wit ness the initiation DR DOIIERTY TO SPEAK Division 3 A O H will hold an open session and smoker Monday night and the members of all the other divisions ere invited to attend During the even ing Dr William B Doherty will deliver an address lie is always an Interesting talker and will ipeak on subject that wil command the attention ofall Besides an entertaining musical pro sgrammewlU be renderad during the evening n n immmmnm mntmimmn mmmwimmmn mimmwwimim mniminwimiimmfes 154Vt A DOLLARiMM i H- A1MGER M M MENS SHOES I MN w w w Saturday II- www + = COME IN THE IF YOU CAN Catholic Knights of America Will Entertain nt Fontaine Ferry Park Central Committed Held Well Attended Meeting Fri day Evening Thanks to AH Who Made the Annual Celebration a Success MANY WERE REPORTS The Central Committee of the Catholi Knights of America met in regular ses sion on Friday night President Newtc G Rogers occupied the chair and com plimented the members that all of the officers had answered Secretary Harr Veenemans roll call The members also commented upon the accuracy and com prebensive character of Secretary Veene mans minutes A chief feature of inter est during the evening was the decision to give a Catholic Knights of America day at Fontaine Eerry Park the proceed to be divided betweeu the Central Com mittee and the uniformed rank com panics This will enable the two companies to fully equip themselves The announcement that Edward G Hill was seriously ill at his home 2218 West Jefferson street was received with sinter T Meehan announced tha during home coming week headquarters will be established for the Knight nt the Catholic Womans Club The use of these rooms were tendered to the com mittie free of charge and the generou offer was accepted Visiting Knights can get excellent meals at reasonable price and the library and reading rooms toil be generously supplied with good read ing matter Joseph P McGinn reported progress for the degree team whose members are familiarizing themselves with the nev ritual Thomas Feeley reported tha Branch 4 would initiate seven candidate at the next meeting Patrick Holle aunounced one initiation from St Pat ricks Branch while Charles J Desse Sr in behalf of St Johns Branch announced one initiation five applications pending and more coming Ot behalf of Branch G Col Michael Reichert stated that a number of applications were pending andthat the candidates were all young men- President Rogers and Secretary Veene man were authorized to write letters of thanks to all those who aided the Knights in making the annual street procession and celebration a success The list includes the Rev Father Ohle who officiated at vespers and the following funeral directors who furnished carriages for the distinguished guests Al Smith John Ratterman L D Bax Thomas Keenan Sr Daniel Dougherty and Henry Bosse It Son The matter of giving an outing was discussed and the concensus of opinion favored Fontaine Ferry Park The day selected was July 26 in the very heart of midsummer when sweltering humanity will enjoy the cool breezes from the Ohio river The Entertainment Committee whose members arranged and carried touch a successful conclusion the recep ion to Supreme President Gaudin was reappoicted to complete arrangements for the outing The Entertainment Committee met Tuesday night and completed prelimi nary arrangements for the affair Every plan was outlined and it is now necessary only to fill in the details The Central Committee will hold a special meeting next Friday night when the tickets will be distributed At the same timearrange rents will be made for holding a mass aeetiugof the seventeen branches affil ding with the Central Committee and the two companies of the Uniform Rank President Roosevelt gave a luncheon hi honor of Archbishop Messmer and Hsuop Horstman this week a 5250 Saturday d THIRD AND JEFFERSON MORNING 2i- iummmmiiumi aiimaimiatmu 111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111 mimmai OUTING APPLICATIONS regretWilliam 1 1 1 I 1 I I H IaI 1 IH 1 I H I 1 1 HI I 1 I 1 HH H 1 111tIItFI111- 4THE 1 1 I 1 1 1 NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OP HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS I Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main- 111tH1IMI 1 1t It 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 H+t I 1 1 1 I 1 IIIHlHHHHHH1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I t 1 I Stationers Printers Binders Booksellers n OUICKMEAL STEELRAHGE5 211IiIAKE WELLrLOOK WELL LAST WELL Market Brables Mlbert t 1 of the I almond typewriter for Kentucky typewriter Supplies Ribbons for all machines cm s Lior Green St0 o Xouieville 1t FONTAINEFERRJARH TUB PARK 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Representatives etc the flank Book and Paper Box- Inanufatturtrs abtrb anti Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Louisville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third sad Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOIC INVISIBLE BIFOCAI for KentuckykNEW- WALL PAPER LATEST STYLES LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES We have everything that will make pretty the parlor dining or sleeping room and kitchen Only experienced work men employed Call and see our prices and you will save moneytHome Phone 2735 Wm Pa Sheridan 811 W MARKET ST CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNSI682 Fourth Avenus261 W JiflirionSt Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention arid satisfaction guaranteed C JSCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE- r Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc j I STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and OreM Streets t r 1 rp = t i Nr7C7CIir 1IUSH A1IERIqAN 365 All 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15foot rooms complete for f2 50 to 13 Have picture rail all kinds R Me CULLEY Seventh and OaK Home Phone 6225 Cum south 2333z PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings This beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the moue ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closin contracts VINES LIQUORS CI6ARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning froM 930 to 1230 oclock 4 GSiP v GRBBN ITT E IJ 7 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Spring TwentyFour Days Racing Beginning Derby Day May 2 and Ending May 29 Bashford Manor StaKes This Afternoon Juvenile Stakes Next Wednesday SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M Steeplechases through the center field six fences and water jump every other day IRELAND I Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges In tbe last week of April 200 emigrants left the Hast Kerry district for America- A new department has been opened at the Cork butter market for centrifugal creamery butter The cooption of a County Councillor for Cootehill resulted in the defeat of former Councillor Hannigau An industrial exhibition open to the diocese of Ossory Ferns and Leighlln will be held in Kilkenny in July Francis Reilly Chairman of the Gra nard Urban Council has been sworn in as a Magistrate for the town of Granard An agitation is on foot to revive the project for the erection of a very elabor ate abbatoir or public slaughter house for Dnndalk The weekly half holiday movement has taken definite shape and now that the assistants have taken the matter vigor ously in hand the Dundalk Democrat anticipates no great difficulty in carrying it throughThomas Ryan aged eighteen while engaged removing loose material in a barrow at the slate quarries near Nenagb toppledover a ledge and falling nearly 200 feet was shockingly mutilated death being instantaneous While ome workmen were engaged making drains at Carricklane near Mid dletown County Armagh theyunearthed- a number of old coins It is said they are of the thirteenth century and in a goodstate of preservation We much regret to announce the death of Miss Catherine Malone of Carrickma cross whose remains were interred last week The funeral was largely attended and the coffin was reverently borne to the cemetery by the girls of the town JohnvOBrieu one of the most popular incubi Castjeblaney was married to Miss BrTgid Hughes eldest daughter of Pat rick Hughes boot merchant of Armagh i The marriage took place in the Cathe dral the Rev Father Dunne officiating- At the different masses in Nenagh on Sunday week special prayers were offered for the repose of the souls of the victims in thegreat catastrophe of San Francisco Referring to the calamity Father Hogan said it should inspire the whole world with religious awe DrxCJ Sullivan who lately resigned themedical officesbjp of Corduff dispen sary takes with him volumes of praise fromthe good people of Corduff His heart andsoul wasin his profession while laboring among the poor of this rugged and thoroughly Irish district Owen Cranny popular Dundalk town staffiand on his return from the hon eymoon omeof his special friends arranged for a bonfire display at the Rocks which was enthusiastically carried out New Ross county Wexford has scored a record says the Jeinster leader Not a single case ofdrunkenness has occurred during the past six weeks at least not a single case has come before the Magistrates This Is something to boast of in a town enjoying 0000 Inhabitants and furnished with ninetyfive pub lie houses The death of the Rev Patrick Magee parish priest of Upper Badoney County Derry has rem jgfl from the diocese of Derry one of its o dent and most esteemed priests For a period of forty years Father Mageehas hap spiritual charge of the parish in which he died and in which he has left behind him many monuments of his earnest piety and tireless zeal in the cause of religion and education Wherever the Franciscan Capuchin Fathers to whom the temperance cru sade has been entrusted by the Irish hierarchy have opened missions the result has been amazing Hundreds of thousands have taken the pledge of total abstinence all over the country and bet ter again very few have fallen away from the pledge made under such solemn circumstances and holy surroundings VOICE FROM WEST L E Mahan of Eureka Cal has ac knowledged with thanks Mackin Council check for 100 sent to their dis tressed brethren in California Mr Mahan is one of the Supreme Directors of the order and he has named three members to look after the distressed and onlygsixty strong contributed 500 He three fourths of the members in San Francisco were in need of relief Outside of that city the order did not suffer in the calamity HONORED BY CARDINAL His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons hasI accepted an invitation to officiate at the dedication of the national headquarters of the Knights of Columbus In June Asa consequence all the Catholics of New Haven Cotta as weltse Supreme Knight ltdward L Hears and his fellow members ofthe Supreme Board of Direct pnaievlatcd n DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST RECENT DEATHS Mrs Jennie Milby aged eightysix years died at the home of her son Hugh Gorman 2034 Floyd street on Wednes day The funeral took plare from St Mary Magdalens church yesterday morningJohn Horan died at his home 2115 High street early Sunday morning after an attack of pneumonia A wife and two sons John and William Horan sur vive him The funeraltook place from St Cecilias church of which he was a devout member on Monday afternoon Deceased was fiftyfour years old and had a wide circlof friends who join with the fancily in mourning his death Mrs Bridget Shaugbnessy an old and respected lady of tbe East End diedat her home JOB East IBreckinddge street on Monday afternoon She was fifty years old andwas the widow of Michael Gleason Eight children seven sons and onedaughter survive her The sons are Michael a street supervisor John a con tractor Robert Thomas James Will iam and Martin Shaughnessy The daughter is Miss LIllie Sbaughnessy The funeral took place from St Johns church on Wednesday tHinning Thomas JE Kennedy aged nineteen years died at St Josephs Infirmary early Sunday morning He fell ill of appendicitis one week before and sub matted to an operation on Thursday Ills weakened condition could not withstand the shock and his death followed The deceased was the second son of Mr and Mrs vWtlliam iR Kenhedy and was a young man of exemplary habits His remains were removed to the family residence 2008 Twentyseventh street on Monday and the funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church on Tues day Father iRaffo who conducted the requiem services paid high tribute to his worth PERSONAL Miss Kate Gleeson has returned home after a two months visit among relatives inChicagoMrs J Leonard of Chicago is visiting her brothers Dennis and John Gleeson of 11215 First street THEIR fiRST The Rev Father Felten pastor of St Augustines church willadminister first communion to a class of twenty colored people at the 7 o clock mass tomorrow Of these seven are boys eleven are girls and two are adult converts FILLED VACANCIES Unity Council V M rtof New Albany elected Jacob A Reno First Vicc President Tuesday night to succeed Francis OBrien who resigned on account of ill bealth and the pressure of other duties Philip Welsbach was elected Inside Sentinel The new officers were immediately installed FATHER PUNCH HONORED The Right Rev Bishop Maes of Cov ington has appointed the Rev Father William Punch pastor of the congrega tion at Richmond and has also honored him by making him Superior of the Dio cesan Missionary Band Father Punch has done a great deal toward spreading the gospel in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky during the past two years SOCIAL CLUB DANCE Mackiu Council will entertain its social club at the club house Monday evening The affair will be in charge of Dan Weber Walter Adams Frank J Deuser 1T Kinney and Charles Smith Mem bers of tbe social club worked hard dur ing the past six months in aid of the councils enterprises and the council desires to show its appreciation by giving them a dance Every member of Mackin is invited to come and bring his lady friends FISHING PARTY Henry C Diersen headed a fishing party that left for Codes creek for a short outing on Wednesday On their return trip the members of the party enjoyed a fishfry and swapped fishing wereJosephFrankand t Bauer Henry Nobbe and George and Will Bode I We do fine job printing at reaeoieabl- prices Give pa a trial Meeting HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 will obligate two new mem hers Wednesday night The County Board will leave nothing undone to make this years outing a rec ord breaker Division 2 of Utica gave the closing lecture of a succeasful spring course on Monday evening Division 1 of Duluth Minn has outlined A plan to give a little time at each meeting to practical instruction in Irish historyThe quarterly report of the State Sec retary of the Minnesota Ladies Auxiliary Insurance Fund shows a balance of about 28000 with all death claims paid but oneDivision 3 of Syracuse initiated a class of forty on Thursday After the first and second degrees had been conferred a musical and literary entertainment was givenState President Lahan of California has notified National President Dolan that 1500 members of the order and their families have been rendered homeless by the recent earthquake Prof J c Monaghan of Washington lectured at Syracuse on Sunday under the auspices of the Ancient Order The proceeds were turned over to St Marys Foundling Asylum and Hospital Divisions 3 1 and 4 meet Monday Tuesday and Wednesday respectively All members are urged to attend as tickets will be distributed for the annual outing at Fontaine Ferry Park A movement is on foot tp establish a national memorial day for deceased mem bers It has not been decided whether to ask the various State Boards or the National Board to fix the date Members of the order in Buffalo gave an admirable entertainment recently The work of the choir under the leadership of Mrs Bowers was exceptionally fine A leading member presented the order with a picture of the flag given to the Hibernians of Buffalo thirty years agoThe County Board met Thursday night and decided to bear all the expenses of the outing thus giving each division the gross proceeds of their sale of tickets The reports showed great deal of work already done and all the delegates are now elated over the outlook for this years celebration Aside from the applause won by Pat rick G King who had the title role in Shaun Aroon Monday night both the Ladies Auxiliary and the Geraldine Dra matic Club compliment him for the effi cient work he did in soliciting for the programme and his other efforts in behalf of the entertainment The largest gathering of citizens eVIl held at Eveleth Minn occurred when the Rev Father R J Mooney of Duluth lectured under the auspices of Division 2 Protestants as well as Catholics want to hear him again so he has set Tuesday May 29 an the date for a return lecture His subject will be Ireland Division 1 will hold a regular meeting instead of a social session Tuesday night The postponement was made out of respect to the memory of James Cusick who died Saturday night Several mat ters of specie interest must be considered at this meeting notices for which have been sent out urgibg the attendance of all members PRIEST SUFFERS LOSS The prayers of St Louis Bertrands congregation were offered up at the several masses last Sunday for the repose of the soul of the venerable mother of the Rev Father Eugene Flood O P She was eightyseven vears old and had many years in Brookly where she died Death resulted from a stroke of paralysis but Father Flood reached her bedside shortly before the end came Ills return to Louisville is expected very soon and he will have the sympathy of the entire parish in his bereavement LARGER QUARTERS J Davin has removed his upholstering establishment from Market street to more commodious quarters at 1825 Port land avenue He is prepared to varnish and recover parlor suits lounges mat tresses and all kinds of furniture Mr Davin makes to order all sorts of box mattresses He is one of the best known young IrishAmericans in the West End and all his work is guaranteed Call on him if you want good work- TRANSFERRED The Rev Father A J Roell pastprbf St Patricks church at Carlisle in the Covington diocese has been transferred to Port Thomas He is an able and elo quent young priest and his parishioners successorbaanotlxen IMPROVING Lieut Tom Fitzgil wont one of the most popular officers In the police depart sent who his suffer i id from an attack of Hisei to leave Grayetrwt InSnnerj r within a few days to 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as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co HENRY MOLD DBAIBR IK Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone 4330 540 Wr WALNUT iniDortantChange LOUISVILLE HENDERSON i ST LOUIS Iff HENDERSON ROUTE On and after April 11O118r all trains of this Company will arrive at and depart foorn 10th Street Station Tenth and Broadway instead of from Seventh Street Depot formerly Union Depot Louis Ville SyL J IRWIN G R- Louisville A JCy All the new spring styles and shapes caq be found here at reasonable prices HEIHY ftAIJJ PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone a6Je 528 Fifth Street e Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEf LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET- HERRMANNBROS IU7OKTBRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal XenMtucky PEARL OFNELSOlBO- TTLKD IN MND tebrtett INI 2USblSittt6 5 r tiw 1 i a a II NTUCKY IRISH AlIIETQftsN THE BIG STORE Is now showing the most complete line of STRAW HATS Ever shown All the new Shapes at the ever popular Big Store Prices i i 50c 98e148I 248 3 and 4 I 5r 1ITHE BIG STORE 424 to West Market St between 15Fourth and Filth I MILTON M MARBLESTONE COCC I I I H1II III I M H PLANTSFare C JACOB SCHULZBoth Phones 223 644 FOURTH AVENUE I GREENHOUSES 1325 CHEROKEE RD Both1 Phones 984 +1I nIMII I IMI I IIHII 1 II 1 I lIII I I1 SPRING CARPETSri STOCKS AT THEIR BEST L I RUGSIII i HUBBUCH BROS 524 528 West Market Sttit 1VISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT tI I t t t + 4 I I I I I 0 SSSS + + + me Gna iRogers BOOK GO his L PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES tTO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Jc finest of their kind in the city OS BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IO- P EVERY DESCRIPTION of I W Jefferson Street THE CECILIAN PIANO PLAYERI- s really what you should have if you own a Piano and no one to play it With its aid you can time you wish entertain any number of people and to do this you need not know a note of music Call andoJ try the Cecllian yours- elfPRICE = = 25000 if desired Music on the basis of lOc per roll Payments MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COe i It ID6f21S6ID Prtsldint H I I I I I 11 I 1 Ill T I I HI I I I I I I I H BEST COFFEE You ever tasted 3 Lbs 50c- at the price Its my great special roasted every day Phone 1323 Home for a trial package delivered quick Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c per lb Rebate Tickets wClortb 6c In trade free with every dollars worth MULLOY COFFEE ticj V lfARICET STREETHome Phone 1333 14 fH I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I d1d I I I I 1 I I I I 11111 I I I ll NOLIKEGOOD JEWELRYo 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 L je BRUNN TIP BANNON freshly rvs sA A M1 BANNON Vice Pres I Genl Mgr JEWELER WEST MARKET AAAAAT4 H M WOLTRING Secretary 434 any ROASTER 530 R B BANNON Treasurer r p ipoiPP Co B Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits J Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pavi j Brick Pipe Floe Lining Fire Brick IIIBatsaons Ioiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick 508512 W JEFFERSON ICkhBae T IPHONB173u I to and Mac noIIB AveBet9tk Bad sloth LL TBLBPHONB 2833 o Va1ef In d I oo Cooe ee eee e- jHALFPRIDE I + t 1 DRESS SKIRT SALE i 1 1We have held a succession of Skirt sales within the past few months and of them to be compared in point of value giving with this sale now in 1 1enthusiasm The overproduction of four Eastern skirt manufacturers of DoneJJ I comprise the Skirts on sale The tailoring cutting and finishing are of a character as will be instantly recognized All the latest most desirable and ser 0p viceable materials are represented in a great diversity of the seasons preferred styles Come now and make your selections We are positive that i we can interest you for better valuesUlan we offer at the 0 following prices are yet to be created Mail orders filled 0 ra a 6Mi Skirts now IIiI D j KUW Skirls nw o 398 J r STREET BETITO1RD AND FOURTH ij SOCIAL SESSION I Division 4 Plans a BlgiTlirno I andi iI Fore Mcmbers Friends Division 4f Ancient Order of Hiber ans expects a record breaking crowd at its social session next Wednesday evening Only those routine matters that lequire immediate nttjntlon will be disposed of prior to the festivities after which President Murphy will turn the social session over to Jobn jjJ Harry Chairman of the Literary Committee and colleagues Dave Reillyand Jseph Leniban The Literary Committeeisproving ta boon to the division since it lightens the dull monotony and gives the members something to consider and discuss aside from sick benefits and death claims Messrs Barry Retlly and Lenihan have not announced their programme other wise than to say that there will be plenty music vocal and instrumental and au abundance of refreshments and a total absence of those speeches which lack terminal facilities Every member of the order is invited to attend this meetingand isalso urged to bring his male friends It ia believed that these open meetings will acquaint other Irish American5 with the aims and ambitions of the order thus leading to an increased membership NEW LUSTRE 1 Discussion of Educational Tropics BcarsFrnuJfcat Mackin Talks on educational topics are getting jtobe quite a feature inMaakfa Councils Each succeeding week ap Ipears to add new interest and to bring out unlookedfor abilities in the mete bens On Tuesday night lames Mullar key told what the seven corporal works of mercy were and explained why Catho lie young men should practice them Robert Osborn md Dr Michael Casper answered the question regarding the significance thealtarii of Hghtwm i Dr Casper also delivered an address J and while he had not Announced BUyJ particular subjecti it might be termK1a eulogium of Abraham Lincoln In his introduction ha spoke of the I hpnij comingand then toldof Kentnc3laq t who had become Illustrious in othe fields not the least of them theEi ht Rev John Lancaster Spalding Bishop of Peoria In his peroration he bade the Y M I of Louisville to help welcome the homecomers Ben Sand followed with a splendid ad dress on The Christian Home Owing to the fact that an initiation will take place on May 29 no literary exercises will be held but Messrs Clar ence 2ooc Will Daly and Wm OToole will speak on the first Tuesday night in JunePresident Raldy propounded the fol lowing questions to be answered next Tuesday What are the eight beatitudes and What is the feast of Corpus Christ and when is it celebrated CHAWKSENDS GREETING Albert F Martin Grand First Viet President of the Y M I met WilllamJ Chawk Jr on his recent trip to Memphis Mr Chawk is a Louisville boy who went to the Tennessee metropolis recently to become managing representa tive of the Globe Tannerys establishment there His lovely wife and attractive children are also installed in Mem phis but still have a longing for their old Kentucky home Mr Chawk sends thrqugh Mr Martin his best regards to all btLouisvtl1e friends FQNTAINE FERRY PARK Crowds cpntinue to flock to Fontaine Ferry Park andof course the new skating rink is coming In for a large share of patronage It has ben placed ini charge of Sdtoin B Barnes a veteran rink manager who has introduced many innovations Alberto Rosatla Royal Italianf Concert Bjsnd baa bum engaged to furnUh the cotkwt music lit the parka 598 750 Skirts nov 1200Skirtsnow boooooooooo0 00000oo soc1JllYD1k1iOrRYI A O H iDIviSWN 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PfesidetrtTJibn M Mullby Vice President ThomasD Gttnes Recording SecretaryThomas Keetc nan Jt iC1cIS19111BTreasurerThomas WalslJ- jSergeanfattArms Edward Saddle1 I ISMeetsIS Eveningsof Each Month PresidenfCbn Ji Hfcrdl VfcfrFfe identWUH nitfVMeb m I Treasurerowen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph IX liynchi Financial i SecretaryJbhn IX Keaney DIVISIONS 1 Meets on the First and TbirdMonda r 1 evenings of Each Months PresWeni Patrick Ji Welsh VicePresidentJpbnHennasey Recording Secretary Dknni Jl Cole manPimmncfalSeOretaryDanietJt Doughi ertyTreasurerGeorge Ji Butler Sergeaut at Arms Thomas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4c1 Meets onthe Second and FouxiihWedtre day Evenings of Each Month- PresidentJpbn A Murphy i1 Vice President Jpseph L Itanibna Recording SecretaryFrank Pi Burke Financial Secretary Emmet OSullt 1620Stventh stree- tTreasurerWilliam van I Jl onnsnyIJ Sergeant at Arms Robert Mitchell SenllnelVil1iamlnsbroJ J I DIVISION JEBFERSONVIiWiE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaus Hall- County President Midiael Kenney President Rpbert GJeason VlcePtesidenb Michaeli Bree- nTreasurerLoulsConstantine LRecording Secretary J BL Murphy FHinanciI1ISearetaryJohni Murphy Sergeaotntarnis bn Eo Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney holJiUa A Ke1LDedyI Y M JIMACKIN COUNCIL 5IMeets Tuesday Evenings at Clnb House 639 Twentysizth Street President Cbarles S Raidy Ursb Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat two Recording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2U1 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Jartes L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Loud Kinsella Wn year boys as education Ihet will prepare them for life ST XAVIpRS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky conducted by the Xaverla1I nrotb rs CLassIcal Sd ntlic and nuln SII CQW Preparatory De artment Large IWlmmlnif Pool NeltEquippep lymnailum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr Iand will give two concerts daily Signor Losati is declared to be the youngest band director in Europe Not the least attractive feature at the park is Hopkins Pavilion where a new and excellent line of vaudeville attractions will be offered The topliners will be the marvelous toward brothers adepts in mind reading and oriental mysticism All the other performers are stars of first magnitude WELCOME VISITOR The Rev Father Charles OConnell pastor of St Josephs historic churchat Bardstown paid a visit to Louisville the first part of the week Despite his oner ous duties Father OCounell is showing no signs of age and greets bis friends with as hearty a handclasp as of yore CK of AThe Catholics of Amer ica can boast of 8 Catholic order that offers safe life insurance at a cost that is reMQn1thehdsomanyprelatesWrite New OrlMrii Lai or to Secretary Anthony Matre MermodJacc rd Bniwinj at LouiaMo o n u 458t I 6e 9811 1 GREAT VICTORY Trinitys Bowlers Take THrls Games From Phil ShferlI dan Team it Trinity Councils bowling teaniwen Belkvne Ky Sunday morning and returned with the scalps of the Phil Councils bowlers dangling a 3i Celts In the Louisville pattywr leapt Albeit F Martin and his son IFrank and Messrs George Reiling Adam IScbnCi er Thomas Barry and JjXKin On arriving at Newport tbe via Mora were met by the following delcgs tlon from Phil Sheridan Council Alesssa Joseph A Cassidy Frank WUtClarenc ondIAnguests to Bellevue where an elegan lunchooo had been prepared After thinner man had been satisfiedv aU adjourned to the alleys where tbcttllre games were decided on total pinuage Trinhy s men won all three gameoani rolled up a grand total of 22Spfnsaior than their rivals I After the games the visitors were regaled with a handsome spread at Beuchters dining room Alter that they were escorted to Phil Sheridan Council I rooms where after inspecting th handsome quarters they were onca nor served with refreshments The hosts die I not leave the Louisville delegation until they got aboard the train at Ciacinnat on the returu trip to Lquifiville The Bellevue team will come to tulacity fOI revenge on June 3 and the local Vo DI I boys will treat them royally CJr Kinberger remained in Cincinnati lofil a social engagement SILVER HILLS Continues tol3ethc Cynosure of LoutsvJlleNaiun Lovers thejji Passenger traffic to Stiver Hills on Louisville andiSouthern IndianaTractic Company is increasing every day Many who made the trip from iouisvill are so impressed by tbe beautiful scenes and health to1 surroundings that they are contemplating building homes there sac joining the Kentucjcy colony already in stalled The trip has overal things to reoom mend itthe delightful ride acrsstli Ohio the constant change of scetfejy be tween Jeffersonville and New Albany andiabove all the pure and exbilaratinj aipof Silver sills From many point of vantage these Floyd County Knobs give the tourist a birdseye view of Louis vine whila the urood Ohio winds between Kentucky gad Indiana like a gigantic ribbon The schools will soon close for the summer and already the managers of various educational institutions are arranging for excursions to the hUts No charge is made for picnic parties andl there is ample room for all to enjoy nature in her most beneficent mood the time when flowers are in bloom and the giants of the forest are in full leaf Cary leave Third and Market streets for Silver Hills every fifteen minutes INSPECTION TRIP Fire Chief Filmore Tyson left Monday for San Francisco where he will speed several weeks looking into the present condition of affairs in that lll fated city He will try to draw lessons from the extraction wrought there to prevent any possibility of a wholesale conflagration in Louisville Before returning Chief Tyson will visit Seattle Portland and other cites in the Northwest Upon life return he my have potent Improvement to recommend for the benefit of this city POPE PIUS OFFICIATES His Holiness Pope Pius X conducted the services in St Peters church Rome Sunday in honor of the memory of the blessed Julie Bllliert who assisted the wounded in the battle of Waterloo and founded In France the Congregation of Our Blessed Lady Steps are under way forthe canonization of this faintly per KM Thousands of person including many Americans witnessed thbceremony of beatification on Sunday I I t + t1ttt GREAT SALE R E1xMATTRESSES Pat Sept 1 lOOStOct Ilr004 uREXiMATTRESS Guarantee Tfitymaterial nt this rrmerTuftecl VZattrcv is secured in position by 352 stttdiesj ancf witH retain its symnnetrical loran Ittis positively guaranteed not to tccomt lumpy Rbne gfcnuinc wUout our registered trademark Coke A Fisher Gf This mattress is marie in Ihycrsof Elhatic Cotton Felt Smooth SUP raeOJno tufts visible Ticking is not punched fall of holes Noxmtsidej tufts to collect dirt mid vermin Eveidy elastic over entire surface Gonltuctcdioniscientirm priittuplesliFiiaEm- aesimethodJAMES GREENEI i 425i 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET I I I I I tit t t t t t I tt t ++++++++a I Sunlight I i I FOR MErt v i Walkeasy 300v FOR Ask for these two andfyoaMli lbe sbc ai tbe best shoes for the prices youever saw AW styles and leathers for dress or other wear Pingreemade shoes sold direct from maker to twearer the middle mans profit cut out BOSTON SHOE CO IMENS 534 43JUoVE LADIES asaIAtE iuY Z Mis II DAYa- NEXT TUESDAY MAY 22 e TrinityS i l Councils Outing FONTAINE FERRY PARK The dancing hall will be in sole charge of council and plenty attractions for old young ADMISSION 10 CENTS IH BE SURE TO CALL FOR II McKENNA j i IS ALWAYS WHISKY PUREIIII t tH McKenna Distiller =ii i FOLLOW THE owLA- nd you DONT RUN no RISK by giving LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY Ii GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 188493732 TN SHEPARD President OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN BNOS SPENCER President nil Exptrt Accountant 8Lmi AND MAIN AlRi4Ti LADIES STOKE the and IT YOUR MAIN UMlIIMIMIJ hgl- jSSYLLEKY Educates Young People ForBusiness Good Employment and Success Jl QALL on wnrrs roe rua iHronuATMH Business College D- IJ