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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tn r Ty KENTUCKY IRISH r i 4i VOLUME XVINO 2l LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 26190 PRICE FIVE CENl PENTECOST S Great Festival of the Church ami Lessons That It Imparts Descent of tin Holy Ghosttho Crowning Work of Mans Kotleiupliou t Confusion That Resulted FromI the Tower of Babel Is Recalled tFAITHFUL CATHOLICS On Spnday J une 3 the Catholic churchI will celebrate the solemn feast oi Pente costtth e time set for reminding the faith ful of the occasion when the Holy Ghost came down from heaven in the form off fiery tongues and endowed the apostles with that wisdom that sent them forth to teach all nations the things revealed by our Blessed Saviour during his sojourn among them- Pentecost is a movable feast and always occurs fifty days after Easter ten after t Ascension day Eusebius one of the early doctors of the church tells us J We prepare for the festival of Easter by forty days of fasting and we dispose our ro selves for Pentecost by fifty days of a holy gladness The same historian tells t us At Easter baptism is received at Pentecost the Holy Ghost is received and this is the perfection of baptism The resurrection of Christ strengthened the apostles It was Pentecost that per fected their charity and made them invincible On this day the Holy Ghost was given to the apostles and to the church with all the fulness needed to subjugate the whole world Vherefore I regard Pentecost as the greatest of festivalsAfter the ascension the apostles pre pared themselves for the coming of the Holy Ghost Together with the Blessed Virgin they shut themselees in an upper r chamber and gave themselves to prayer and meditation The church asks Chris tians to make a like preparation for this solemn feast v Church history tells us that on Sunday the day of Pentecost about 9 oclock in the morning as the disciples were all together they suddenly heard a voice like that of a mighty wind coming fromI heaven It filled the whole house This signal of the arrival of the Holy Ghost is intended to rouse their attention It is full of mystery The wind coming from on high the harbinger of holy inspirnnnns is the breath of grace which maintains our spiritual life as the air maintains our p tysical life Its impetu osity shows the power of grace in changing and vivifying our hearts If it fills the whole house it is because the Holy Ghost offers his gifts to people of every tic and he transforms us into new beings penetrating all our faculties The first prodigy is followed by another There came down from heaven tongues of fire which part and rest on the beads of all the members of the happy assem bly It is the Holy Ghost himself who is pleased to take outward forms emblematic of the amazing effects that be pro duces in our souls Fire enlightens tends upward transforms into itself whatever it seizes Similar effects are produced by the Holy Ghost in our souls The coming of the Holy Ghost announces that the Saviour is repairing the last effect of sin The descendants of Noah having resolved on building thee Tower of Babel were scattered by means of a confusion of their language The punishment of pride this confusion language brought about a confusion in ideas and a orgetfulness of holy tradi tions On Vie other hand the descent of the Holy Ghost caused the disciples those fishermen of Galilee to speak in 1 divers tongues so that whatever nation they addressed understood them Monsignor Gaume a famous French theologian of our own day says Juda ism and Paganism fell to the ground and Christianity arises on their ruins We repeat and be sure not to forget it Pentecost is the date of that moral revolution the most amazing of which history preserves a record This fact is always living always speaking consoling the faith of some grieving the infidelity of others preaching to all the love of a religion that has changed the face of the world CITY OF COLLEGES American IEcclesiastical Stu dents Always Attract Attentlon Rome is a city of colleges and of e ecclesiastical students Almost every civilized country in the world maimtaius its own university or college there The American College has 110 students this year the largest registration since Its founding Fortyfive of the 100 dioceses in the United States are represented among the students and an average of fifteen young men are ordained annually Chicago heads the lift this year with seventeen and New York has twelvet students The American College is almost on the OTMt of the Qulrinal and fsolieOf the t u healthiest spots in the Eternal City Th students wear black cassocks trimme- with aa blue piping and buttons and a re sash American tourists recognize them as they are taking their daily walks and often whistle the Star Spangled Ban ner for the benefit of the young clerics It will be remembered that the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey of this city was the first rector of the American College and the Right Rev Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis was his immediate successor The course extends over a period of six years two for philosophy and fou- fo theology Besides an extra course iin Italian and music is taught and in the spring Prof Maruchbl the celebrated archaeologist gives a course of instruc tiontSTRICTLY BUSINESS indorsesN I as Usual IDivision 1 A O H held a strictly business meeting Monday night The attendance was large and President Mulloy occupied the chair Short talks were made by Peter M OReilly Will lam J Norton and Capt Tom Riley The announcement that Lieut Thomas Fitzgibbons was still ill at Graystreet Infirmary was received with general regret Tim Lyons was present for the first time after a long illness and was greeted warmly by his old friends Tickets for the anuual outing at Fon tame Ferry Park were distributed and talks on the affair evoked great entbus ism President Mulloy announced the recent death of James J Cusick andI appointed Capt Thomas J Riley Joseph Dougherty and William M Higglns to draft appropriate resolutions The com mittee reported as follows Whereas The angel of death has visitedour division and taken from our midst our beloved brother James JII Cusick and- Whereas I By the death of Brother J Cusick Division 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians loses one of its most loalI members the church one of its most I obedient children his family a lloving I son and brother and the city a faithful servant therefore be it Resolved That Division 1 A O H deeply deplores its loss and in affection ate remembrance of him we call to mind his high moral character his boundless charity and his steadfastness to principle and therefore drape our charter in mourn ing and Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on our minutes a copy sent to the family of the deceased and a copy to the Kentucky Irish American THOMAS J RHHY JOSEPH DOUGHERTY WILLIAM M HIGGINS Committee ELECTED OFFICERS Thomas D Clines Is Chosen President of Geraldlne Dramatic Club i The Geraldine Dramatic Club whose successful performance at Macauleys Theater was announced last week met j at the residence of Miss Elizabeth King j last Friday evening and elected the following officers Thomas D Clines President Emmet Mallon Financial Secretary I Miss Elizabeth King Recording Sec retaryMiss I Julia Kelly Treasurer It was unanimously decided that the Geraldine Dtamatlc Club would continues the work of producing Irish dramas A communication was read inviting the club to present Shaun Aroon under I the auspices of the A O H at Coy ington The matter was held in abeyance until the next meeting The com I mittee in charge of the financial affairs reported that the proceeds of the enter tainment at Macauleys would exceed the hopes of the most sanguine The final report will be made at the next session oftthe club A committee was appointed totpurchase a gold watch for Miss Downing who way awarded a prize for selling the I largest uumber of tickets The members are all loyal to the A OA and to the 1 Ladies Auxiliary jI i GRAND RECORD I I First Communion Adminis tered to Children and I Adults I t Last Sunday was another recordbreak ing day for first communicants The Rev Father Thomas A York administered the holy eucharist to a class of fiftytwo boys and girls at St Pauls church at 8 oclock and at St Peters I the Rev Father Jerome Preisaer O M c gave first holy communion to a class of thirtythree children at the same hour A class of sixteen children approached the holy sacrament of the altar for the first time at St Philip Nerio church the Rev Ackerman being celebrantof the high mass A class of ninety received first communion at St Williams at the 0 oclock mass the Rev Father Denis Murphy officiating Of this large class forty were adults and many of them were converts to the faith The Rev Father Francis Helton pastor of St Augustines church gave first communion to a class 08 twenty two of whom wccc adulta tU I r n aFRESHAIRI Dr Doherty Talks Entertain ontLife God Gave It and He Alon I ItrAway Programme ofEojoy ableNatureI Given by Division 4s Committee A WEEK OF SOCIAL SESSIONS This has been a great week for the local Hibernians from a social standpoint Divisions 3 and 4 left the beaten track and gave novel entertainments and both were enjoyed by many members of all the other divisions It is entertainments like these where the members get moral and mental benefits that increase the membership of the order Division 3 held its meeting Monday night and quite a large crowd was pres ent President Patrick J Welsh pre sided and dispatched the routine business as quickly as possible Applications for membership were made by James Car roll Thomas Malone P J Langan Murt Gallagher William Mullarkey and James OConnellPresident Welsh yielded the gavel to John Hcssion Chairman of the Entertainment Committee who In a few well chosen words introduced Dr William B Doherty who was to deliver the address of the evening There are few men in any walk of life better known in Louisville particularly to the Irish peo ple than Dr Doherty His subject What Is Life was entertaining and instructively handled The speaker talked informally as he moved about the floor and not one word was lost on his audi ence The Irish people Dr Doherty said were noted in the realms of poetry and romance as well as for picturesqueness of expression They have succeeded in every walk of life and iu every country They have made admirable physicians arid surgeons and next to the subject of saving immortal souls the most important is the saviug of life It is the greatest problem of the day now It has been so from the beginning and will so continue till time shall be no more He referred to the invention of the telescope the vast knowledge acquired of astronomy the microscope and the minute details it gave to scientists regarding bacteriology and other sciences yet mant knows little of life Life is only a little speckThe speaksr referred to Prof Burke 8 the noted scientist of London but a native of Galway Ireland who in his investigations with radium has made the most important discoveries of the past 100 years Some of these discoveries aided in prolonging life but only God can create life There is no education like that which teaches men how to live He told of the doctrines of Darwin and Spencer relative to mans descent from the lower order of animals and proved their theories were without foundation iufactLife is not material it is something Infinite No one can tell how much life there is in man Ten men apparently in the best of health of the same age height weight might lie down in good condition one rIght and each would awake with a different pain or ache in the morn ing Physicians do not cure said Dr Doherty but they aid in caring for life Heredity had much to do morally and physically with life said the speaker and he cited several instances to illus trate his statement The Irish people are the hardiest race on the globe because so much of their time in Ireland is spent out of doors in the sunshine and fresh air The ozone is apparent fifty miles from the shore The inhabitants eat fresh eggs fresh butter and pure milk That is why they are healthy in Ireland On coming to Amer ica their children adopt a method of liv- Ing diametrically opposed to the lives of their parents They work in dark and illventilated shops and offices eat canned goods and adulterated foods and wonder why they are not healthy The dread of fresh air is the curse of civilization J The doctor paid his respects to patent medicines and selfdoctors in no uncer 1 lain terms Whisky and opium be said were the chief ingredients of many orII these nostrums dear at any price Their i use led to hysteria and unrest Turning to Dr Osier and his theory of liwthanasia or putting people in pain to death painlessly he denounced it as the most diabolical of doctrines We dare not shorten life one minute God gave it and only He has the right to take it away High thinking and plain living are the requisites that will make all better 08 The church teaches all how to live morally socially intellectually and physically She admonishes us to know ourselves and to overcome our weak nesees The lecture was listened to with atten tion and was generously applauded During the evening cigars were passed and the members enjoyed a smoker Irfvfeioa 4 did itself proud with theta eat displayed at the social session oa WMfeMfey night eehlit the other r t L divisions had a fair quota of representa tines present and besides there were many in attendance who are not memo bers of the order The regular business was dispensed with for the evening and the gavel was handed over to John J Barry Chairman of the Literary Commit tee With his colleagues David Rcilly and Joseph L Lenihan the ChairmanI had arranged a most admirable pro gramme and all went like clockwork In waes the man behind the gun as it were He carried the ice up stairs and broke it arranged the sandwiches dispensed the refreshments and saw that everybody was served then he goodnaturedly yielded to the good wishes of the crowd aud sang The Irish Jubilee and other selections The social session was entirely free from that feature which mars so many affairs o a similar nature there were no longwinded harangues Only one speech was made during the evening and it was made by Joseph P McGinn His talk was brief and to the point He simply called on the Irish to get together If they do this they can accomplish won ders After this Chairman Barry un folded his programme and reeled off star after star each of equal magnitude yet no two moved ever the same course Sylvester Grove the favorite of all Louis yule audiences fresh from his operatic triumphs in the East was compelled to singsong after song James Gogan theJ possessor of a powerful and profound bass voice not ouly sang several solos but gave his celebrated imitation of the calling of the JeffrfesCorbett prize fight John Holland local manager of the Pos tal Telegraph Company left his key long enough to charm with a tenor solo and it is rare indeed that a Louisville audi ence has a chanceto hear solos like those rendered by Tom Camfield Jr and James Kenealey The most versatile artist of the evening was Tom Fitzgerald who was at home both with the guitar and piano In addition to his instru mental solos he accompanied each of the vocalists and his duet with Nathan Bier man was particularly appreciated Mr Bierman also exhibited his powers as a raconteur He will be welcomed by Di vision 4 whenever another social session is held Edward ballon John Winn of the Health Office and several others ex pressed their uppgreciatlon of the even ings entertainment As the evening progressed refreshments were dispensed and none present were allowed to be either hungry or thirsty As a fitting finale all joined in the song My Old Kentucky Home led by Sylvester Grove w YOUNG LAWYERS Six Young Men Will Receive Degrees From Jeffer son School The first commencement exercises of Jefferson School of Law will be held at Macauleys Theater Tuesday night at oclock Six young men will graduate t with the degree of Bachelor of Laws They had pursued their legal studies at other schools previous to entering the Jefferson school lest October The Hon Henry S Barker Judge of the Court of Appeals will deliver the principal address of the evening and will confer the degrees Jack Logan Richardson will represent the senior class and has selected Corporations as the subject for his address Eugene J Cooney a former President of Trinity Council Y M L will represent I WILLIAM P MDONOGH President of Jefferson Debating Society the junior class His subject will be The Development of the Legal Rights of Married Women Arthur Wallace Dorsey who will represent the Jefferson Debating Society will take for his theme The Awakening Quite a number of Catholic young men are pursuing their startles at the Jefferson School of Law Among the ST M I members are Eldredge T Hayden of Mackln Council who was elected Secre tary of the Junior Class William P Mc Dcnogb of SatolU Council who had the honor of being chosen President of the Jefferson Debating Society and William T McNally also of Satolll who holds the importment office of Critic of the Je1ier Debating Society This society will entertain the faculty and students of the law school at a banqwet at the Gait Howe Thursday evening Charley to Graves will presides toastmaster Williams T McIbsllyand Humphrey Marshall Jr wtllaelethe toast and 8p4NI 1fuoI Iol i I IMPORTANT 1 Chancellor Aoiiulth Replies to Hon John E Redmond in Parliament AdmitsThatSystentofTaxationFor Unjust I Irish Hierarchy Takes a Stand Against the Hated Education Bill SIR HORACE PLUHKBTTS RETENTION Henry Asquith during the course of a debate in Parliament has made the most important statement on Irish financial relations that has ever been elicited from an English Chancellor of the Exchequer The Hon John E Redmond tired of mere sympathy and promises arose to call attention to the unfairness of taxa tion as it exists between England and Ireland He complained that while the population of Ireland was constantly decreasing taxation was increasing He also charged that 75 per cent of the taxa tion in Ireland was indirect taxation and fell1 upon the very poorest people Red mend also said that if all the transactions that had taken place between theTreas- ury Department and Ireland were known it would be found that the treasury bad made money in every one of them Chancellor Asquith arose and answered that it would be his special care to see j that in the matter of education particu larly iin connection with which Ireland had a real grievance Irish funds were not unduly encroached upon and that the trearury should contribute all it possi bly could The Chief Secretary he said had framed a scheme for teaching Irish to which he hoped to be able to give full assent He felt and admitted that the financial relations existing between Eng land and Ireland were unsatisfactory and inequitable and that he hoped in the course of the next few months to con sider the whole subject and do something to adjust these relations on a fairer basis The Irish party listened to these very definite pledges with evident satisfaction and they were applauded also by the Ministerialists The Hon John Dillon then took a hand in the debate and drew from him a repetition of the pledges in an even more precise form Another feature of the fight that is being made by the people of Erin is evi denced in the stand taken by the stand ing committee of the Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland iu opposition to the education bill The committee declares If the Ministry persists with the educa ion bill there is nothing for it but resist ance to the utmost limit of constitutional action We shall rally to our own in their fight for what is dearest to them and to us Our representatives in Parliament will not fall short of what their countrymen in Ireland as well as In l England expect of them While Asquith promises Redmond protests and the Irish hierarchy threat i ens constitutional trouble Sir Horace Plunkett has been retained in the Irish Land Office He has not only been a Tory but he has proven thoroughly incapable administering his depart ment Sir Horace is also inimical to the policy of selfgovernment which Chief Secretary Bryce and his colleagues have so strongly advocated His retention in office is anything but satisfactory to the Irish people Peer and peasant are anxious for some thing more than promises from the Gov ernment They want a definite announce ment of policy Mere sympathy for the Irish is out of date unless accompanied by tangible relief measur- esOCONNELLS HEART I Reposes In an Urn In the Irish College at Rome Italy Before Maynooth became a national center of ecclesiastical learning in Ire land the Irish College in Rome was known as the Seminary of Bishops I The college was established in the six teenth century and the venerable Arch bishop Plunkett whose canonization is under way was one of its first students The statue of St Patrick above the door tells a visitor he has arrived at the right place and if he follows on a bit he will enter the church of St Agatha affiliatedwith the college where lies the heart of OConnell A handsome marble monument with has relief marks the Celtic treasure On the top section is au angel comforting Rein whO sits near a harp holding in her hands the precious urn The lower section depicts the Lib erator at the English bar when he refused tO take the oath The inscription between the sections is in gold lettering and is as follows This monument contains tire heart of OConnell who dying at Genoa on his way to the Eternal City bequeathed his soul to God his body to Ireland and his heart to Rome RECEPTION TO OERALWNES Thomas Henley entertained the mew lienvof the Gerald a Dramatic dub a- tjhtrhontojT tyetxthetrejMou evening Refreshments were served 1day later in the evening the guests an informal dance Amon those present were Mrs Rose Kelly t Misses Julia Kelly Elizabeth King Mag gie and Annie Hourigan Ella OConnell Bertha King Eileen McDouougb Mary Crowley Ruth Hitt Angela Katie an Rose Henley and Messrs Thomas Hen Icy Henry W Newman Leo Schmltt Thomas J Nolan Will Holleran Thoma Keenan Jr Raymond Barrett David OConnell Austin E Walsh Emmet G Mallon Patrick King Robert Wiley James J Carroll and J F Henley ROGATION DAYS Origin of Their Celebration and Observance at Present Monday Tuesday and Wednesday were Rogation days that is they are the days annually set apart by the church for ask- Ing blessings on the harvest and that all evils threatening the people be averted The observance of these days runs back to the fifth century For half a century prior to 469 A D the provinces of Savoy and Dauphine in France had been visited annually by earthquakes pestilences and other calamities On Easter Sunday night 4G9 while the peo pIe of VIenue in the Province of Dau- phine were assembled in the Cathedral with their Bishop St Mamertus the City Hall a grand structure took fire The flames spread furiously and all feared for their own homes The divine service was abandoned and the Bishopalone remained before the altar He offered up his prayers and tears to appease the divine wrath He besought God to put an end to the evils which hindered the people from serving their divine Lord with due affection and fidel ity Day was beginning to dawn when the great conflagration ceased as rapidly as it had begun After celebrating mass the good Bishop returned thanks to God for so evident a favor and then told his flock that prayer and penance were the true remedies for the evils with which the city and provinceI were afflicted and that during the general fright he had vowed rogations for this purpose WitbI the general consent of the clergy andI people the three days preceding Ascen sion day were chosen for the fulfillment of the vow From that time and place the celebra I tion spread all over the Catholic world Processions were held and the priests blessed the fields and vineyards in our country the celebration is confined toII prayers in the churchesII ROUTINE MATTERS I 1 l J And the Outing Occupied the Time of Trinitys Mem 1 berstt c In the absence of President Albert F I Martin First Vice President Mark Morris presided at Trinity Councils meeting I on Monday night and John J Barry was chosen to occupy the Vice Presidents chair As it was on the eve of the out- Ing at Fontaine Ferry Park the greater part of the time was taken up with the reports of the various committees arrang- Ing for that affair Mackin Council sent a communication announcing that its members would attend Trinitys outing in a body The announcement was received with thanks Fred Hinkle who has been on the sick list as the result of an operation for appendicitis was reported as convales ding at the Graystreet Infirmary- A communication was read from the Grand Secretary of the Pacific jurisdic tion stating that the Y M I members in San Francisco would need material aid for a long time to come The meet ing adjourned early in order that the members might prepare for a strenuous I day on the morrow I SAD SUMMONSII Catherine Cusicks Demise Follows Past That of Her SonII Twice within eleven days has the angel of death visited the Cusick home at 1911I Bank street Friday night May 11I James Cusick was removed from hisII earthly cares and Wednesday night hisI venerable mother Mrs Catherine Cusick was called to her eternal reward Grief over the death of her youngest son aggra vated the ailments of old age Vet hers was not a presumptions grief She did not yield her boy to God jealously but wanted him to live to serve his Creator longer and more thoroughly Mrs Cusick was a typical Irish mother of the old school She loved her children and her grandchildren and the whole world be BidesrHer funeral will take place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock this morning The deceased is survived by four children Martin J and Peter Cusick and Miss Katie Cusick all of Louisville and Mrs Thomas Ptetty of Cincinnati DIED IN BROOKLYN Word was received here this week of the death in Brooklyn of Mrs Robert Fisher She was the wife of Robert j Fisher a West End boy who arose toj prominenoeon the dramatic stage through his impersonations In Shore Acres Mrs Fisher was not a tofitisvJHeJady but the many friends pf her basband regret trrhearot l ioeeP- s l r FEW CHANGES Catholic Knights and Ladle adConvention President Koiloy and Miss Mary Sheridan Among the Reelected Outlook For tho Order Is Still Bettor Than Evor Before SESSIONS WERE VERY EXCITING The Louisville delegates to the national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America have returned from Detroit all loud in praise of the hospi talityshown them and lavish in extolling the merits of the delegates from other States President Dennis Kelley of Memphis Treasurer Miss Mary Sheridan 6f Louisville Financial Secretary Hayes and all the other Supreme officers were reelectedsave the Vice President The local delegates say that the outlook for the order is better than ever andthat the convention was the largest ever held All of its sessions were exciting some of them were tempestuous but every dele gate had his or her voice and after all was over no sore spots were left behind Many of the delegates from other States inquired for Dr William B Doherty of this city It was upon his suggestion that the order was founded sixteen years ago The Louisville representa tives were glad to proclaim that the genial physician was still ministering to the care of the sick and distressed and also that be was still a loyal Knight The delegates assembled at Duffys Hall on Tuesday morning of last week They went to the Cathedral in a body for the celebration of high mass at 10 oclock After the holy sacrifice all retired to the hall where the convention was formally opened after which all adjourned for dinner On reassembling at 2 oclock President Kelley announced committees on credentials A recess was taken to give the committee an opportunity to formulate Itss tests were made and the ceeded The committees on ml cage grievances and resolutions were appointed and went into separate sessions allowing the convention to adjourn until the following morning Tuesday evening the Louisville delegates and many others attended a theater party The orchestra played My Old Kentucky Home and the Louisville contingent got the homecoming fever right away The Detroit people knew that Kentuckyjwas repre sented in the audience On Wednesday morning it developed that Chicago had the greatest number of delegates and controlled the organiza tion At the same time the minority held its own and fought every step of the way Several branches had to be cau tioned about taking in members and promised to be more careful in future Loyalty to the order was expressed on all sides and the reports of supreme officers showed a gain of 2114 since the previ ous convention while the reserve fund had increased 7000 and the general fund 2000 Only minor changes were made in the laws but owing to the accumulation of new duties the salaries of President Kelly and Miss Mary Sheridan the Treasurer were slightly increased Thursday was devoted to the discussion of the report of the Law Committee Eventually all the recommendations were concurred in The most important changes related to the nature of policies Hereafter if a policyholder dies within the first year after becoming a member he or she will receive only half the face value if death occurs within eighteen months the policy will draw threefourths of its face value After eighteen months thejbeneficlaries will be entitled to the full face value Several social features were arranged j during the session one of the mosten joyable was the ball on Wednesday night After the convention adjourned many of the delegates visited Niagara Palls and Canada It was a great convention and the delegates from the South acquitted themselves in excellent style SHORT SESSION Mackin Council Adjourns to Attend Trinity Councils Outing Mackin Council held a very brief business session Monday night Three new members were elected and two applications were received Reports of the various committees on picnic were received Mackins social club also pr sented its report The San Frandj relief committee reported that It wo forward another 100 to Eureka Cal d Wednesday It was announced tha William Pfanmiller oner of the council active members was confined to hi home as the result of his hand coming in contact with a circular saw Aa the result of a motion supported by a majority of those present President Charles Raldy dispensed with the lIntel lect tel features in order that the council Might attend Trinity CouvcilroutiBg io1 a body I- llLYF 1 Y1t Al EIYJC 1 iCPAI 1- Yt9 9 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN nunnnnx vetto tke Moral aad Social Advaacemeut of an lrlak Amerlcs KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bettered at the Louisville Postofllee as SecoHdClass MaUor leiiall ConjmanlcatloH l to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Green Street OOISVHLB KYSATURDAY MAY 2619061 HOME SWEET HONE Home should be the dearest place ji on earth to us It should be the place for us to entertain our friends to instruct our children to practice all the virtues and a place from which we should banish all hatred and vice As the family is tbe foundation of society so is tbe home the cornerstone of the State Where homes are bright and cheer ful and the people that occur them contented there is a success ful and an industrial community Money alone can not buy happi ness It is only a contribute toward its purchase Often it happens that when wealth enter the door happiness departs through the window The Right Rev jpshop Colton of Buffalo aptly describes home thus Tis to the ear as music sweet tits to the bean a joy In this word all pleasures meete Which time nor change alloy Qt heaven bore of heaven twill be llOugh ages go and come And home ought now a heaven be For heaven will be home WHY ARE WE PROUD Every American has a right to feel proud of his country Its peo L pie are not only tolerant of each others religious beliefs but in times of great calamity the nation rises en masse to the relief of the stricken Take Russia on the other hand The Government is despotic All power is placed in the hands of the Czar yet be has not lifted 1a- te persecuted Jews in i ns In Prance the Government is oppressing the Cath olics Has the English Govern ment ever given a farthing to the faminestricken people of Ireland She has never voted a shilling to save the lives of the famine stricken people of India Instead she taxes her Indian subjects to maintain a standing army of 300 ooo menmakes them pay for holding themselves in subjection Where is English charity 1 Was it t shown when her Parliament voted 1250000000 to destroy two little republics in South Africa A few Weeks ago an earthquake and a devastating fire destroyed many lives in San Francisco and left 300 ooo people homeless Before the rumbling of the earthquake had died away the American Govern ment was voting millions for relies of the sufferers Not only that but Protestant Catholic Jew and Gentile gave of their stores and according to their means to relieve the distress Can any one ask then Are you proud of being an Amer lean 1 ABOUT VACATIONS Vacation time is at hand Busy men and women are stricken with what they are pleased to call spring fever Ordinarily studi ous boys and girls catch the disease and drop their books in disgust Uhatis it Men like Russell Sage D Rockefeller and others of thatilk will tell you it is pure lazi ness tis nothing of the kind Instead it is the inherent quality plantedl in every human bosom to getaway from the ordinary turmoil and vicissitudes of life and to worship the God of all good in nature It is then that nature is- herit best Trees are in full leaf to are abloom plant life is grthe birds of the air the tsof the field and the fishes in streams are seen at their best mnteous God is showering his tfogi on nan whom He made terhiiowa imaRe and likeness Irorrw1anTh he1 tight know Him serve HIiu and lore Him In this world in Otdero be happy D a n t with Him in the next No thinking person can roam the greet fields or wander through the forests at this period of the year without asking the question Whenc come all these things and where fore are they 1 The more one repeats the question the oftener is it answered Everything was created by God and each for a specific purpose It is not given us tcI know the specific reason for the creation of many things but as time goes on the mind of man becomes more and more illumined and each year we become better acquainted with the designs of the Great Creator The greatest scientist must however pause in wisdom to remark that with all his learning be is infinitely the Inferior of an allwise God this may not be the way the world looks at vacation time but it ought to be the view to take Man fia ever a serial ireatlife Me does not like his pleasures alone He wants company in his joys even niore than sympathy in his sorrows In our great American republic vacation time means almost con vention time for the two are con temporaneous and from now on until the autumn months there will be conventions which will be more or less vacations for the delegates Teachers editors doctors lawyers bankers railway men politicians farmers mechanics and all will assemble in either local sectional national or international conventions It means getting out of the ordinary rut seeing how other people live noticing the advantages that others enjoy and the disadvantages under which they labor Above all it means getting back to our home sweet home and thank ing God for the many blessings He bus bestowed upon us For the children it ought to mean a dropping of books and a plentitude of healthful outdoor exercise for the next sixty to ninety days Many grasping parents insist that their children spend the time in foul welling factories and worshops They are selling their childrens lives as Iscariot sold our Redeemer and get copper instead of silver Vacation should not mean idleness Every child should be given health ful outdoor occupation during part of the day They will be all the better for it when school reopens George Tebeau thinks be is improving his club by getting rid of his best players This week he sold Howard Murphy a splendid outfielder with a high batting aver age to Decatur The Colonels continue to move rapidly toward last place The outcome of the Sunday closing movement in Louisville will be awaited with interest and each development is being anxiously watched by the general public There are those who see in it a game of politics rather than a move toward righteousness The heads of houses excursion through the Bluegrass region Is only the sowing The harvest wi11 be reaped when the country erchants come to Louisville to lay in their fall supplies Keep the ood workup This has been a great social week or the Hibernians Both Divisions 3nd 4 well entertained their Mends and laid foundations for Increased membership The Kentucky Irish American battens to offer its sympathy to the teemed editors of the Irish Stand ardlor MinneapolisI whose plant ubr1tyctamacedby fire rind t 7 n water last week Wit air acct tamed enterprise the Messrs OBrien secured a temporary abld ing place and published an excellent paper just as usual L 22EjN IMrs Sam J Boldrick and children are guests of relatives at Lebanon beenII Mrs Thomas Malone who has resting at Dawson Springs has returned homeMiss I Josephine Kelly is the guest of her sister Mrs Eugene Hencbty at I Pewee Valley I Mrs Maggie Collier of Jeffersonville Is the guest of her sister Miss Daisy Byrne of Chicago Miss Mattie Rainey of Lebanon bas returned home after a pleasant visit toI Mrs Harry A TblemanII Louis J Kieffer prominent member of Mackin Council is spending his vac tion at Martinsville Ind Miss Alice Hillerich who was recently operated on for appendicitis is rapidly convalescing at the Norton Infirmary Mrs Neal1 McDcvitt and Mr and Mrs Bernard M McDevitt and little daughter have returned from West Baden Springs Miss Mollie Mackie of South Louis rule has returned home after a week visit to friends in Covington and Cincinnati Mrs Charles F Callahan and little daughter Dorothy of New Albany are spending a month at Zanesville Ohio as the guest of relatives Mrs John Martin of Rochester will visit her sxter iu law Mrs William M Higgins 1630 West Madison during home coming week Mrs James Clary bt 739 tfourt I venue ling entirely recovered froglli yphold fever after having been confined to the house for thtee months Mrs rk j Mcbermott slid Miss Nelli ewan oI Cincinnati visited Mrs W BI Adam a ol feast Washington street turing the early part of the week Miss Ethel Wathen who spent severs days with her parents Mr and Mrs awes A Wathen on Cherokee road has returned to Nazareth Academy Patrick Tracey President of the Jeffer onville Board of Public Works is spending the week at Whiting Ind the guest off his daughter Mrs Stowell A Beach Officer Tom Campion is enjoying hi ten days vacation He prefers to renew tbe acquaintance of old friends rather Lion to wander away to summer resorts William B Jenka and Miss Lillian E Ucke both of New Albany were united in marriage by the Rev Father Charles lurran at Holy Trinity church on Tuesday morning Martin J Gathof senior member of the firm of Gathof Bros who has been onfined to his home by an injured foo luring the past fortnight hopes to be out next week Miss Mary Reardon and Daniel Burke ipular young people of New Albany were united in marriage by the Rev Father Charles Curran at Holy Trinity church on Tuesday morning Col Michael Muldoan who is enjoying his annual visit to French Lid Springs is one of the most popnla guests there He has not missed a yearl visit since the watering placed was dis lowered Charles Herp the well known saloon eeper of the West End and a popula member of Mackin Council and Edward Jrieb of the Charles T Dearing Printing Company left Tuesday for a recreation off ten days at French tick Springs Mrs William M Higgins gave a cud party to the members of her euchre clul Wednesday afternoon at her home on West Madison street at which prize were won by Mrs Richard Whitty Mrs Villlam Cunningham and Mrs Will T ileeban The wedding of Charles Duane and Miss Florence Tompkins will be solem lized at St Charles Borromeos church on June 21 The groomtobe is a pop ilar member of St Louis Bertrands ongregatlon and the prospective bride is noted for her many graces Cards are out announcing the engagement of Miss Ivy Dealer and Clark Roberts The wedding will be solemnized onr Wednesday June 6 The bridetobe isi the daughter of Mr and Mrs George abler of East Broadway Mr Roberts is a prominent young business man aMisses Margaret and Mamie Brennan md Annie Meagber little Nellie Meagher and Frank Meagher drove to Mount Vashlngton Bullitt county on Sunday where they dined at Settles Hotel They were happy but tired when they returned aud lave decided to drive an automobile instead of a horse when they make the text trip It is with pleasure we announce the approaching nuptials of Miss Roaanna iilhooley of Jeffersonville and William hymanskl of this city The ceremony will be solemnized during the first week orlWi11lamin the clothing business in this city TJCodyof the prank Fehr Brew- Ing Company received a cablegram from bis wife Wedueedayannouncing her safe rrivalin Bremen Germany Mrs Cody i t accompanied by her parents Mr and Its Philipi Ackerman They sailed on Ube steamer BarbarocMUror New York War 101Jieprty will visit ROOM aarlj IIn other points of interest during their ssix months tour of the European continent CHAMPION ATHLETES Honors are to be showered thick and fast on Martin Sheridan the worlds champion and his comrades of the Irish American Athletic Club of New York when they reach our shores Tbelr splendid showing in the Olympic games at Athens has enthused the entire East Steamers will greet them down the band banquets will be given at wblch their achievements abroad will be blazoned in proper oratorical periods- A committee of fifty members of the IrishAmerican Athletic Club has been appointed to make the necessary arrangements The banquet will be held in tbe arge dining room of the Hotel Astor and 500 guests will be seated Sheridan colleagues on the New York police force have also arranged to give a dinner in his honor BISHOP AT ST MARYS The Most Rev P J Muldoon Aux lliary Bishop of Chicago was the guest of St Marys College part of this week On Thursday the students gave an enter talnment in his honor The worthy pi- late is a distinguished alumnus of St Marys and always receives a warm wel come when he visits his alma mater MACKINS OUTINQ Mackin Council will hold its annual outing at Fontaine Ferry Park on June 21 This organization of wheel horsss iIs sure to have a crowd becaue it is i8 society where every man works as one and for the good of the whole body From the way in which tickets are being distributed success is already assured NEW VENTURE Miss Katie Heinzman formerly with Miss Katie Blatz has gone into bnsinei as a modiste on her own account at 419 M street She in sites tier old acquaintances to call upon her in her new estab ishment ANNIVERSARY The Right Rev Bsh6p McCloske elebrattd the thirtyeight anniversary tit his consecration on Wednesday As uSual the celebration wartamodest one since his lordship is never found of un necessary display THE GOOD WOMAN The good woman who is a good wife and a good mother is a blessing to a home Her relatives often do not realiz her worth until she is gone They see her spend herself unselfishly working lard the day long at her householi affairsand often late into the night Her tongue slanders no one and she envies none She hears stories from her eighbors she cant help hearing then but she ia never the medium through which they go further She violates no onfidences She is a power an influenc for virtue sobriety submission to thrill of God charity ate l peace Her hildren derive strength from her and ber husband courage in his work Neigh ors come to her for wise counsel She isI frequently at the sick bed of som Mend and often is found comforting the yang She makes us feel that God live hrough our friends Usually she is not appreciated until after she dies Bu some day her children will rise up and bless her and all who knew her wil peak her name HOT SAND BAG Many people appreciate the value of a- hot water bag to relieve pain or improv the circulation It is said that a hot sandbag is still better for this purpose A byslcian gives the following directions Get soms clean line sand and dry IIt thoroughly in a kettle on the stove Make a bag about eight inches square of lannel fill it with the dry sand sew the opening carefully together and cover the bag with cotton or linen cloth This will prevent the sand from sifting out and li1so enable you to heat the bag quickly by placing it in the oven or on the top of the stove After once using this you wil never again attempts to warm the feet or hands of a sick person withia rattle or a brick The sand holds the heat for a long time and the bag cat be tucked up to the back without hurting the invalid TAKE YOUR SHARE Perhaps the most miserable kind of a nan is the old man who has worked hard ill1 his days accumulated an independence and retires to spend his declining years in ease As soou as he quits work he becomes miserable for work has become a habit with him He works industriously year after year and gradually draws nearer the goal His goal ii to have wealth to enable JIm to quit work But when he attains the coveted ndependevce he can not enjoy it It b- factthata the man who works for a lollar can not enjoy Ithis pleasure is- in earning it Pleasure is streaked all long through life and the fellow who loesnt tike his share as he passes on the way will have his abilityto enjoy dead cued and when he gets old he will find with regret that the pleasures are all in the past GARB Of TEETH All decay of the teeth begins from without Consequently if the teeths surfaces be kept scrupulously clean they CaB not decay Lei the child early acquire the habit of twlng a small tooth iruah dipped in chalk flavored with ome aromatic drug and let it understand that the places most needing the brush are those between the teeth That III the place where decay almost invari bly appears Mucous secretions and secretions of food are always found between the teeth after a meal They maybe removed with a toothpick It is float an art to use s toothpick One must beware of injBring the fleshy parts and leaving splinters which in some ca fee may cause the low of a tooth Metal toothpicks sfcould be altogether voided Those of dull arid hard wood illrcbW 1 ajmnmimmn mimmmmn tmmmmmmnm mmnmmw iimm mnimnmmimmniK isAVIA DOLLARI E HAAGER r MENS SHOES I w Pt w Saturday I AND = COME IN THE MORNING IF YOU Tniiammumuiuiii uummiuimuum iwmmmimmmiuim iimmuiiuuuui IMIUIIUIK KNIGHTS OF 80L1IB1IS1 I e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere I t The rpecial train from California bas been abandoned vf Dayton Council conferred the thre degrees on a class of fiftyseven Tuesday nigbtIMembers of Cincinnati council wil approach holy communion ina Cody at St Peters Cathedral tomorrow- A class of fifty was initiated at Jackson Miss Sunday Memphis councils degrer team conferred the three degrees Grand Knight John D Kearney was presented with a diamond stud by men bars of Bishop Carrell Council Covington New Orleans council numbers 800 and arrangements are being made for a mammoth exemplification of the fourth degree during the fall The Rev Father Clement Chaplain of 9rgauizedTwentyfive talented vocalists took part in the initial rehearsal One hundred Knights representing the councils at Buffalo Rochester Itoc port Niagara Falls Tonawanda Batavia and Olean took the fourth degree at a recent meeting held in Buffalo Memphis council gave a smoker las week in honor of the visiting members who are also delegates to the convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers The guests hailed from every part of the country and each man gave a brief outline of what the order was doing in his section of the Union All were pleases with the reception The Iowa convention brought out the fact that the order in that State had increased 1151 in membership durit tg the past year and during that time five new councils have been formed Before the summer is over new councils will be establishedat two other points in the State At present Sioux City with 4U members is the largest council HEROIC WORK The Rev Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of the church in course of erection at Highland Park moved into his rectory last week and on Sunday celebrated mass in a temporary chapel arranged there This worthy priest is making a heroic struggle to erect his church and the peo pie of every parish should assist him in his good work He Is now engaged in distributing combination books and the fortunate holders will receive handsome and useful awards Father Fitzgerald hopes to have his church finished before the summer is over- FRANK IS LUCKY Frank Dacher who has for several years served as clerk of the Criminal division of the Jefferson Circuit Court has fallen heir to a rich plum Judge Thanes Wilson of the County Court has appointed him clerk of the Quarterly Court at a salary of 2000 per annum The Kentucky Irish American offers cO- ngratulations in behalf of his many Irish American friends TRANSFERRED The Rev Thomas McCaffrey of the ithedral parish Covington has been ransferred to the pastorate at Mt Sterling Before leaving to assume his new ibarge he was tendered a banquet by the Covington Total Abstinence Society of which he was Spiritual Director PROMOTED The dally preY upon what appears toe authoritative information aimburicta that the Very Rev Patrick J McHale of New Orleans has been appointed Bishop off Porto Rico He will succeed Arch bishop Blenk who has been chosen to presiqover the archdiocese of New rleans NEW PASTOR The Rev Father Sermereheim who i has been made pastor of Su Marys of the Cnoba church gear New Albany a J aadtook charge of his new rrivedII Wednesday He succeeds the Very I other J H Hlllebrand who baabeea promoted toSt Bonifacea0parfab IB ivsasville c 250JEFFERSON CANr Some 1250 15 and 18 Twopiece Suits on Special Sale at About 500 Outing Suits brought over from last seasonH S M make all kinds of patterns Just as good as they ever wereand they sold last season at 1250 toi8 Choice now for 750 LEVYBROSTHIRD AND MARKET oj TAINEFERRW rug PARR DEAUTIFUI WEEK OF MAY 27 An Attractive Programme of r HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE Marco Twins Flo Adler Lew Hawkins Hathaway and Siegel Fredericks Family and tbe Kinedrome ROSATIS ITALIAN BAND Two Freq Concerts Dally NEW ROLLER RINK Finest Skating Surface in America JOIN TUB CROWDS TONIGHT ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of Coca= Cola Then youll- understand At all good Bars Groceries sad Stands u MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJefterson5treelOTTO Hone Phone 4713 Cumbji3 KATIE AGUES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit dren specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All Call answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 240ft Payne St rdive your boys an education that will prepare them Ion life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LontaviHe Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brother Classical Scientific and Businesa Course Preparatory De partment I rge Swimming Pool Well Equippep Gymnasium Term Moderate llro James Dlr INITIATION Mackin Council will confer the three degrees on a class of twenty candidates on Tuesday night President Raldy de sires a full attendance of the members and members of other councils are invited because tbe larger the crowd pres eat the more impressive become tbe ceremonies We would not take ourselves so seri ously if we consider that whir are trcge dle today will on1c CoHiedies when we remember them I i 1 M w M Saturday M THIRD 750 1 I DONT WAIT IIb- ut come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITUREof Wm P Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled la TOKIC LENSES glossdamp t Southern Optical Co of Louisville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBLE BIFOCAl for Kentucky NEW- WALL e J PAPER LATEST STYLES LAKGbST SlOCIC LOWEST PRICES We have everything that will make pretty the parlor dining or sleeping room and kitchen Only experienced work men emploted Call and see our prices and you will save money Home Phone 2735 Win P 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PrN Sot tvach 916to12411 Jax11 GIVE US YOUR ORDER PrintingFAIR i Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET MMM MMS NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUBi Spring Twenty= Four Days Racing Beginning Derby Day May 2 arid Ending May 29 Gentlemens Race This Afternoon Kentucky OaKs Next Tuesday SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH FIRST RACE AT 230 P M Steeplechases through the center field sixpences and water jump every other day TRAFFIC INCREASES Tired People Seek Relief Amid the Delightful Sliver Hills The passenger traffic to Silver Hills en the Indiana knobs is inexact ratio with the temperature of the atmosphere Tired merchants clerks mechanics and their families seek relief from the hot dusty streets amid the delightful scenes of nature on the Indiana knobs The people of the three Fall cities owe the Louisville 8c Southern Indiana Traction Company a vote of hQ 1L for making ntbis jrlppossible JlaU1JAJJI dl1epeiplehv either pur chased homes or rented cottages on the knobs for the summer i The fare is reasonable and the trip from Louisville to Silver Hills is made in excellent time The ride up the hills is delightful and an excellent view of Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville Is spread out in front of the traveler as if it were a gigantic panorama Traction cars bound for Silver Hills leave Third and Market streets every fifteen minutes and no more delightful place can he found for a days outin- gCALLED HOME Widow of Gen Phil Kearney Died at an Advanced Age The remains of Mrs Diana Kearney who died at her home in Cape flay N J on Sunday were buried there on Tuesday The deceased was prior to her oOtexklcanand a native of Kentucky She was also a niece of Gen George Rogers Clark frontiersman soldier anti discoverer During the past forty years she has made her home in the East Her surviving childrehjare John Watts Kearney of Washington but formerly of this city who gave the main altar to St kouis Bertrandajchnrch the Countess de Ker meland Miss Elizabeth Kearney The venerable lady was eightyseven years of age MILITARY MEMORIAL MASS The fourth annual military field mass will be on the campus at the Brooklyn navy yard on Sunday May 27 Itwill be a requiem for the repose of the nations honored dead of the civil and Spanish WarsB The Rev Father WII r Reaney Chaplain of the navy yard and ChaplaininChlef the United Spanish warfveterans will officiate at the impressive rvices He will be assisted by the ReV Father John P Chidwfck formerly Chaplain of he battleship Maine the ReV Father Olmstead Brigs diet General of the US A Volunteers and the Rev John Nash of the Sacred Heart church Brooklyn REACHES VENERABLE AOe The venerable Baroness BurdettrCoutts baa entered upon her ninetythird year This lady enormously wealthy and has dispensed vast sums in charity and upon philanthropic subjects Years ago she became interested in the fisher folk of Southwestern Ireland and gave them the money necessary to buy modern boats and rqnipmentsCSfie continues to reside is ondollJLAUGHED AT REPORTS J Hls holiness Pope Pius X who has been suffering from an aggravated ease VedjOnTlelda belD GOOD WORK Cup DAY increasing celebrated RECENT DEATHS +The funeral of James Casey who died at his home 203 Twelfth street on Mon day took place from S1+ Patricks church on Wednesday afternoon The deceased was seveutyone years old and was well known in the West Gnuid The funeral of Mrs Abbie White who died at her home 1008 West Oak street last Saturday took place from St Williams church on Moodily The deceased was the widow of Patrick White who died several years agoHer bereaved children have the sympathy of many friends Mrs Annie W IFotiting died at the residence of het jristerJMis3Rose Wick stead 030J4Fourtlt Avenue early Sun lay afternoon Her iuneral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption Tuesday morning She Is survived by two daughters almost grown who have received many expressions of condolence over their mothers untimely demise Mrs Catherine Fogerty widow of James Fogerty died at her home 2702 West Madison street Sunday afternoon She was seventfour years old and death resulted from the infirmities attendant upon old age The deceased had spent nearly all het life in Louisville and was highly respected The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church on WednesdayJmorninR qm Patrick Kelly died at his home 1641 Portland avenue cm Wednesday Death was the result of paralysis and was not unexpected The deceased was a native of Ireland but bad lived in Louisville many years HU wife and sir children survive The children are John Thomas Bessie Mamie Maggie and Katie May Kelly The funerall took place from St Patricks church Friday morning The sympathy of a wide circle of friends goes out tto Mr and Mrs Martin Doolan whose son yilliam Doplan died on Saturday The deceased was twenty eight years old and thoughi be bad not been entirely well for several years his condition did nut take a serious turn until a fewjdays before his death which Occurred at the family residence 77 West St Catherine street The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Monday mornimg Mrs Julia Callahan aged seventy years died at her home 933 Seventh street on Tuesday morning She was a native of Ireland but bad spent the greater part of her life in this city One daughter Miss Julia Callahan survives her Several years ago the mother became blind and since then the daughter devoted her entire time to the caieof her venerable parent She has the sympathy of many friends in the great grief that has come to her The funeral took place from the Cathedral on Thursday after noon ADDRESS TO INMATES By the speciali i invitation of Supt W H Wbittaker tbe Rev Father Gavich of Indianapolis addressed the inmates of the Jefferson ville Reformatory Sunday afternoon His subject was Good Citi eensbip Father Gavich has been noted for his work among penal and correctional Institutions During Jiis stay in Jeffer wnville be was the guest of the Rev Father OConnell SUBSTITUTE PRAYER Substitute offerings for masses for the soul of the departed instead oflowers at funerals A nicely prepared memoriam card recording the number of masses offered and the name of the donor may be eftontthe casket la the house of mourning Such a card would be tress as a beautiful Hururafrend it jiiatfl does Meeting FOUND DROWNED Body of Artist Mulvaney Is Picked Up In East River I The body of John Mulvaney the noted artist was found in East river near the New York shore on Wednesday It is not known whether be met death by ac cadent suicide or murder He had been in destitute circumstances and it is hinted took his own life Mulvaney was a native of Ireland and a man of superior intelligence Thirty years ago there were few men better known in Louisville or in the whole State than he At that time he was en gaged in portrait painting in this city While here he was commissioned by the State Legislature to paint the portrait of John C Breckinridge Later he painted Custers Last Rally undoubtedly the most noted picture of an American his torical subject ever seen It was painted in Louisville and was first exhibited here Since then it has been exhibited in many other cities and copied by many artistsJohn Mulvaney was Irish to the core His faults were those of the head and not of the heart Men like Col Mike Mul doon Charles White Col John Whallen John Kelly Timothy OSulllvan Jere miah Kavanagh Judge ODoherty and others of that class of Irish Nationalists will regret to learn of his miserable fate DOUBLE EVENT Two Great Races at Churchill Downs This Afternoon The Frank S Fehr stakes and the Gen I tlemens Cup race will constitute a double event at Churchill Downs this afternoon The New Louisville Jockey Club has furnished excellent sport during the present spring season and there are many who are sorry to witness its close The racing has been of high class the attend ance has been large and followers of the sport have been favorably impressed The meeting will close on Tuesday when the best threeyearold fillies in America will contest for the Kentucky Oaks FLOWER FESTIVAL The members of St Bonifaces congre gatlon have arranged to give a flower festival for the purpose of raising funds for the uew parochial school building The festival will be held in the school ball Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday evenings St Anns Society composed of married women St Fbilomenas Sodality an organization for young ladles and the young men of St Aloy sins have the affair in charge Booths will be arranged in a tasteful manner and refreshments will be served during the afternoon and evening DOING GOOD WORK State President Henry G Hoemer of the Catholic Knights of America is partofthe Hamilton County Central Committee the central botjr of Cincinnati t6 Dayton Ky where a new branch was instituted and fourteen members initiated A short while before heL officiated at the institution of a branchit Bellevue when thirty two more raembWa were added to the 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sTUB Gtias fl Rogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO SUIT EVERY TASTE S Give us a cal and line of goods They are the finest oftheir kind in the city R BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434 W Jeffersoxi Street+ + f 6S 0+ + + + + + + + E CECILIA N 1 PIANO PLA YER playitpeople and to do this you need not know a note of music Call and try the Ceclllau yourself IIPRICES = = 25000 Payments if desired Music on the basis of lOcper roll MONTENEGRO= RIL3UM MUSIC CO OS2SOOO FOURTH AVENUE Ideate H I I Ii I I III III I III IiiJ I I +1 I BEST COFFEE1 You ever tasted l Bt the price and 528 Lbs 50c II dayiPhone MULLOYcoFFEE K ROASTER = HmPhon333 l5t W MARKET STREETk 111 I t t 1 H+I+I I 1 + MIHH HIII H 1111 I 11 1 1 H 11 1 1 JIfo t PRESENTAN- OGOOD PRESENT LIKE 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 FIR- STRPIINN JEWELER I 1V 630 WEST MARKET W A U8V NNON r M1 BANNON VlctPrw 1 CM Mgr T f 873 3 P Treasurer JR 1 1untucy VitrifieiBrickCaooll INCORPORATED MoDdao tatrerisr ot JTRIFIED PAVING BRICK i FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 WJitfttHSt LEPtfpttM i BANNON M+4s4a An 1st h a4 10- thTHONE1 0 j I t 11iDRESS SKIRT SALEWe have held a succession of Skirt sales within the past few months andnone of them are to be compared in point of value giving with this sale now in height of enthusiasm The overproduction of four Eastern skirt manufacturers of repute comprise the Skirts on sale The tailoring cutting and finishing are ofa superior I character as will be instantly recognized All the latest most desirable and ser viceable materials are represented in a great diversity of the seasons preferred styles Come now and make your selections We are positive that ovecan interest you for better values than we offer at the 0following prices are yet to be created Mail orders filled 0 600 Skirts now f2I 1000 Skirls now 0 OO O o 0 Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Steamships between Dublin and Derry now call regularly at Dundalk and Wex fordThe Irish hierarchy have called upon the English Bishops to resist the education bill to the last extremity Recent statistics show beyond ques tion that the temperance movenient is bearing splendid fruit all over Ireland The death has occurred at Incbegeea County Cork of John Barry for whom iii It- ii i claimed that he was in his 120th year During the last few months new conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Soci ety liavt been formed at Dublin Nenagh Ennis and Castlebar The latest reports are that a decided change for the better has taken place in the condition of Michael Davitt and his speedy recovery is looked for The herring fishing off Lough Swilly Is much improved The fish are of splendid quality and have reached the record price of 60s per cran From Dowuings it is reported that over 200 crans were landed by forty boats The South Armagh Divisional Execu tive of the United Irish League is arrang ing a great public demonstration to be held atCroismaglen on Whit Sunday June 3 John Dillon M P stated that it would give him great pleasure to be present and address the meeting A most extraordinary affair has been reported to the Fermanagh constabulary Three members of the farming class named Carroll residing at Derrygonnelly suddenly became insane and at a court of petty sessions the mother son and daughter were committed to the Omagh asylumThe tenants of the townlands of Beg lIeve and Kilcross have been offered terms of sale by the trustees of the estate the rent of which goes to the support of grammar schools in Elphin Roscommon The tenants oflered a very high price but it would not be accepted and the aale falls through The committee in charge of the bazar in aid of the new Catholic Hall at Car rlckmacross have reason to brproud of the result of the undertaking The work of putting the final touches to the ball is proceeding along right merrily and when finished it will undoubtedly be a great credit to the town Close to Clontibrets famed battle ground where Hugh ONeills and Bag nails armies met in a field adjoining the ruins of Ardgonnell Castle John Hughes of Feyduff recently unearthed an ancient sword three feet five inches long evidently a cavalry weapon Several finds of a similar character have been made in the vicinity- It is proposed to enclose with an orna mental railing the historic tower or steeple of the Dominican order in Drogheda The structure was erected in 1224 by Archbishop Netberville of Armagh whose remains were interred there some twentythree years later The remains were also laid to rest there of his successor Archbishop OScanlon Much regret Is felt over the death of P Gargan which took place at his residence at Dunleer He was a native of Clogher head parish was trained in St Patricks College and had a most successful career Twelve months ago the symptoms of a fatal disease appeared and in spite of the best medical skill the end came all too soon Deceased was thirtysix years of age and is survived by his wife and parentsA meeting of the Innlskeen branch of the United Irish League was held last Sunday presided over by Rev Father Maguire Strong addresses were delivered by TM Kettle John McKean M P and Organfeer Denis Johnston Important resolutions embodying the wishes of tenant farmerson compulsory land purchase and kindred matters and on the general work of the league in the district A shocking case of buleidewas that of a farther named Patrick Martin residing iuastck- a 3r 398 598 750 Skirts now 1200 Skirts now A O II- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President John M Mulloy Vice President Thomas D Cliues Recording Secretary Thomas Kee nan Jr- Financiall SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank Walsh Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh I Recording J Cole I manFinancial J Dough J Butler Sergeant at ArntsLThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheeban DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice L Lenihan Recording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County presidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney Ser eant at arms Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentCharles S Raldy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat ton I Recording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella and for some time past his mind bad been affected and he seemed to be suffering from delusions The rash deed was com mitted about midnight with a table knife which Martin secreted before going to bed An inquest was held Thursday by Coroner Dignan and a verdict of suicide while temporarily insane was returned FONTAINE PERRY PARK Signor Albert G Rosatis concert band provedsuch a strong attraction at Fon taine Ferry Park that it has been engaged for another week One of the bands best features are the solos of Mica Nellie Turnwall a soprano of unusually strong voice and pleasing personality She will sing every evening during the com ing week and the concerts are free to all patrons of the park Several picnics and outings are booked for the coming week and the advance sale of tickets is indicative of success Improvements are constantly being made in the Illumination effects and the grounds ure well nigh perfedt Several old favorites will be seen and heard in the Hopkins Pavilion and the list of artists iis headed by the Marco twins MADE FIREMAN Lawrence P Peril is receiving con gratulationson his appointment as a- substitute in the fire department He assumed his ntW duties on Tuesday hefcppointinent ii agoodone and efwmtpo larrrpprovaL + I 1 o 498 t2 ffi 698 i- m I 10 J0PM2tt12NMARKET I 00000 000000th IRELAND were8111Jmlttectandapproved 1t6lxsedaheaniortatCarrlck manMifvedwfakriedsieie SOCIETY DIRECTORY stree- tTreasurerThomas SergeantatArmsEdward HennessysSecretaryDennis SecretaryDaniel ertyTreasurerGeorge PresidentJoseph SergeantatArmsRoblrt JEFFERSONVILLE VicePresldentMichael BaunerCarrierTimothy hanFinancial HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doingf I the Past WeekGeneral- NewtI Notes A Division 2 will be the only local body to meet next week Milwaukee Hibernians gave their annual May party on Tuesday Division 50 of Boston had twentyoia- pplications for membership at the lust meetingDivison 1 of Minneapolis is to confer the first and second degrees o a large class- National Secretary Carroll is very anx ious for State officers to forward their annual reports Division 1 of Buffalo held an entertainment Monday night for the benefit of St Patricks church Famous Irish Schools was the sub ject of an address delivered by the Rev Father Dwyer under the auspices of Division 3 of Syracuse The Ladies Auxiliary of Illinois will hold their State convention in Chicago August 2123 A grand reception will be held on the evening of the last day During the past few months Division 4 of Syracuse has practically doubled its membership At the last meeting another large class was Initiated and a social ses sion followed In the pedro contest Division 3 of Syracuse defeated Division 4 The losers will pay for a photograph of the two teams which will be hung In the head quarters of the visitors Many delegates to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers convention at Memphis are also Hibernians On Thurs day night Division 1 of Memphis gave a reception in honor of the visitors The Right Rev Bishop Ludden of Syracuse administered the sacrament of confirmation to a large class at Oneida last Sunday week Hibernians and Knights of Columbus acted as his official escortThe First Hibernian Regiment of Boston will attend the State convention at Fall River In August While there the members will be the guests of the Second Regiment and both will take part In a street parade New Albany Hibernians closed their spring reason of socialentertainments with a euchre party at Holy Trinity Hall Tuesday afternoon and night These entertainments have bten uniformly successful and quite a nice sum of money has been added to the treasury Divisions 1 2 3 and 4 have distributed tickets for the outing at Fontaine Perry Park among their members There are Hibernians in every section of the city from Cresent Hill to Marydale and from Portland to Goss avenue With this ad vantage there should be no doubt about about the picnic being well advertised TRINITYS OUTING abilityofmanship of T J Garvey was responsible for the attendance of 6000 people at Fontaine Ferry Park on the occasion of Trinity Council Y M I outing on Tues day night The members and their friends enjoyed a pleasant afternoon and evening and all of the attractions were well patronized Quite a nice sum was realized as a result of the outing and the members feel much encouraged WILL VISIT SARTO First Grand Vice President Albert F Martin has accepted an Invitation to wit ness the initiation of a class bv Sarto Council Y M I of Owensboro on Sunday June 3 He has also asked Grand Director Fred Arnold to organize a bowling team in Sarto to try issues with Trinitys team C Kof AAn excuse no longer exists for Catholics to join an insurance society that is not of our church as the 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