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TCTL TT i y Jd a 10 KENTUCKY IRISH AMuRIcA 1- tf VOLUME XVIINO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY lIAY 251907 PRICE FIVE CEN7 REPEALED it Two Term Law Affecting om eers of Catholic Knights of America j Transfer of Sinking Fund VIII Increase Former Rate For Old Men e The Next Nation al1 O av ilol f at Nashville Three Yearst t fioHence LEGISLATION FOR UHIFORI BAlK r 5 The national convention of the Catholic Knights of America whlc was in session nil last week at Cincinnati held its final sesslon and adjourned Saturday morning with the best of feeling prevailing Much time was devoted to the discussion of the many proposed changes in the law governing the body but few of which were adopted The election of officers resulted In the inanlmou choice of Dr Felix Gaudin of Ne Orleans for President Hubert J1 Croghan of Providence for Vice President and Anthony Metre of St Louis for Secretary Charlc Hannauer of St Louis was chosen to succeed Joseph Carroll as Treas urer and Adam Jaeger of Chicago was reelected Supreme Trustee The constitution was changed map ing4henati6rial conventions anoc- currencoeytrythrce years Instead of biennial as Heretofore and Nash villa was chosen as the city for the nex national meeting The Catholic Knights will continue their reprc sentation In the American Federa lion of Catholic Societies and Edward Feeney and Joseph Bernini were chosen as delegates A change in the laws that will af feet to quite an extent the assess ment rate paid by the old men sins the last reratlng will be caused bi the transfer of nearly 500000 iron the sinking fund to the widow ant orphan fund The Interest from tht fund was being used to meet the increased rate for those who create the fund but will hereafter have to bear the added burden It was contended however that thlstep must be taken else the order would bt barred from doing business In u nun licr of States wher there is a large membership The Kentucky delegates Messrs Thomas Olecaun anr Michael Relchcrt made every effort to have the changed law not go Into effect until next January but with theletterwishes of the Kentucky State Coun cil but were in the minorityupon the more important and far reaching changesFavorable legislation was enacted regarding the Uniform Bank which will hereafter stand as an auxiliary to the Catholic Knights Hereafter the Uniform Rank will be a self governing body but at any semiannual meeting the Executive Board shall receive and act upon the reports sub mitted to the Supreme President by the Major General It was also de tided that any supreme officer hold ing any office position or appoint lhnent other than the one lie was elected for by the Supreme Council rtfall not bj entitled to receive any compensation for tiny service ren tiered the order other than the sal n y attached to the office to whlcn he Was elected For the extension of the ord v vS increase of membership the follov ing provision was made On and after July 11007 the territory of the United States shall be divided rr purpose of organization into dis trlcts whose area shall bn as nearly equal as possible in reference to the Catholic population and each such p district shall be placed under the sole charge of a Deputy Supreme Or ganizer who shall btlnppolntc1 by the Supremo Trustees or n majority thereof nnd whose duty it shall be to visit every branch of the order In his respective district to organize new branches wherever possible as sist all established branches to strengthen their membership and to perform all the duties usually de volving upon an official organizer Each such organizer shall be subject at all times to the direction of the Supreme Trustees The compensa tion of each such organizer so appointed shall be 1200 per annum with an allowance for expenses of not exceeding 150 per month Before adjourning the convention adopted resolutions of condolence for- E the Shrlners who lost their lives re turning from California and resolu flops of thanks to Archbishop Mod ler Mayor Dempsey and the local Knights were also Adopted r While much of the business was b transacted in executive session the convention seemed satisfied with the work done and jt is thought the continuance in office of the last admin iistration will result In great benefit The officers have shown good ju 1p ment and have piloted the organiza c ibm through a most threatening crisis which was largely responsible j JOt theirI reelectioni SnORT SESSION The County Board met at Lieder kranz Hall In Division 4s meeting room and being desirous of giving them early 1pOMMalon Prewtdenl Me Ginn ordered thatonlyimportantbtisi wasln r p administered the obligation of the order and the Visiting Committee reported that there was no one on the sick list Short talks full of encouragement and advice were mnde by State President Butler County President Murphy State Treasurer Coleman Peter Cusick and Oen Kelran after which the meeting as resolved into a session of the County Board + CHURCH WAS FILLED When Funeral of Judgcdlohi McCann Took Place- Wednesday J v i With all tho solemnity and Impressiveness of the Catholic church the funeral of Judge John McCan took place Wednesday morning for St Louis Bertranda Rev Fathe Logan was the celebrant of the high masjoof requiem assisted by Rev Father Flood and Rev Father Clarke while within the sanctuary were the Rev Fathers Patrick Walsh and Charles P Raffo and a number of Dominican priests Seldom if eve was there witnessed as large a funeral in this city the large edifice be Ing filled to overflowing with person from all stations of life who came to pay the last tribute of respect to ra just and honored citizen The actlv pallbearers were Messrs Joseph TobCi Sol Cain Frank Dugan Frank McGratb Edward Nlchter Mike Ty nan and William Smith those acting honorary being Charles F Grain ger John H Whallen James P Edwards James P Whallen Anroi Kohn Harry Brennan Scott Newman badjbeentended from tho house to the church i and when the casket was placed be fore the altar it rested amid a verltII able bower of flowers Floral de- sIgns of all sizes and descriptions oc cupled all the available space about the sanctuary presenting a striking sight After tho solemn services end ed Rev Father Logan said Judge Mc Cann had requested that no sermon be preached over his remains and I that the sorrowing family shared li I the request but he did not feel he could do his full duty without say Ing a few words concerning the sin cere and earnest preparation tht Judge had made for the journey Into eternity Deceased had realized some time ago that his end was nearing and therefore sought and received the sacraments of his holy religion I Thus fortified he passed away leav ing legions of friends who will mourn his loss for many years to come SPLENDID WELCOME Ladles DellghtedWith4Enter talnment Given Them by Division 3 The entertainment and reception given on Thursday night of last week In honor of the Ladles Auxiliary by DIvIsion 3 A O II was a most delightful affair and was highly appre elated by the large audience present President James Coleman welcomed the guests in a most happy talk after which followed an interesting series of moving pictures under the direction of Tom Dolan in which appeared those of Miss Mary Sheridan and others prominent in the order Pleasing solos were rendered by Misses Julia Kelly Elizabeth King rod Maggie Hourigan who each re iclvcd a hearty encore ExPresident Patrick T Sullivan said it was always a pleasure to welcome and address visitors at a meeting of Divis- Ion 3 but before so many ladles he vas almost overcome and at a loss vhat to say Attorney Tom Walsh I made one of his characteristic talks and made a number of allusions that evoked much laughter Miss Mary I Sheridan responded for the Ladies Auxiliary and expressed thanks for the great courtesy shown them by heir hosts She said Division 3 always furnished a goon time for visitors and in conclusion said that while the ladies were not securing as many uembers as they desired they would louble their membership before the convention State President Butler spoke for the order saying these pleasant neetings were to be held regularly mel frequently for the ladles He urged all to a united effort for the coming State and national conventions hoping that Louisville would nake an especially good showing After Thomas Keenan and William M llgglns had spoken an abundance of light refreshments were served READY FOR ALL COMERS The Kentucky Irish Americans are the latest addition to the ranks of the amateur ball players and thus far this season have been very sue esful not having lost a game They will play a double header tomorrow fternoon with the Louisville Juniors nd the Dloemers The 1C I As present a very formidable line up andbe- fore the season is over will make all of the local amateurs hustle They will play any team whose players are under eighteen years of age Games may be arranged by telephoning CaVt Joe Higgins Home phone 5602 PROUD OF PRIZE Little Nellie McHhenny is the roudest child in the Cathedral par Ish The bright little miss is the laughter of James Mcllhenny and tier happiness was caused by her iftlng awarded the first prize offered- he eowrannioa and eonflrjaatleB leeeat the Cathedrall J o Y REJECTED Ireland Against tho Blrrell Bill and Still For Homo Rule Three Thousand Daleeatea A j semhle In Harmonious Con t ventlon In Dublin The Proposed Irish Council Bill Declared to Be Utterly Inadequate JOHI REDMOND OCCUPIED THE CHAI The largest most representative and most harmonious conventlo that ever assembled in Ireland on Tuesday repudiated the plan for a limited Irish Council which was all the Liberal Government had to offer In fulfillment of its campaign prom- Ises This action killed the hope e- any home rule legislation by t1e present Parliament created a seriou split in the Governments forces ancI may have farreaching results The temper of the convention was plain from the beginning Xo one had ia word to offer in behalf of the bll Home rule or nothing was the unanl mous sentiment and the resolution rejecting the measure proposed b John E Itedmond commanded ever vote The Irish Parliamentarian had been deluged with resolution from town councils and all sorts of official and unofficial bodies sine they arrived in Dublin all denounce Ing the bIn The country spoke in an unmistakable yoke and the Irish members of Parliament cheerfully acquiesced in its will Three thousand delegates came to Dublin to attend the convention and soon after the doors of the Mansion Rouse were opened it was Impossible to get into the building which watt packed most uncomfortably The gathering was quieter than mos Irish Parliament meetings It lacked the spirit of the old home rule gath wrings when Davltt Dillon Healy and other fiery orators had the cen ter of the stage The speeches were temperate there was little denuncia ion of the Government and every thing went smoothly The Americas delegates were greeted enthusIas- tically The keynote of the speeehe md of several resolutions Introduced was thai the bill was an Insult to IrelandJohn Redmond who presided was greeted with great cheering when he rose to spenk Ills first words were The heart of every Irishman in the world goes out to John Dillon in the hour of his great affliction A res Hutton of sympathy with Dillon In the loss of his wife was adopted ai vas another for the widow of MIchael Davitt who died since the last convention and recalling Davltti Imprisonment for Irelands sake and the part he bore In raising the IrIsh peasant from a serf to a free man Telegrams of greeting from many Irish societies In America and elsewhere were read after which Red nond reminded the delegates that rebinds fitness for self governmeni vould be judged by their conduct al this convention Redmond then read the resolution on the Irlsh bill which was clamorously cheered as follows Resolved That this convention epresentative of Irish national opin- Ion especially places on record Its ound conviction that nothing can satisfy the National Association of rebind or bring peace and contentment to our people but u measure of safe government which will give the Irish people complete control of their omestic affairs That while we have never wavered In our belief that It is Impossible to produce any logical or workable cheme for responsibility in Ireland short of the concession of home rule In accordance with resolution of the national directors of February 5 1907 nnd with the published declarations made from time to time on our behalf we have been wiling to give fair consideration to any scheme pre ared by the British Ministers which intbelr opinion would be consistent with and lead up to the larger policy to which they were pledged That having considered the Irish Council bill introduced by the Govern lent we declare that it is utterly inadequate in its scope and unsatis actory in its details and should be ejected by the Irish nation and we regard the production of such o measure by a British Government pledged ic home rule as a confirmation of the position that we have ale ways taken that any attempt to settle the Irish problems by half measures would be entirely unsuccessful and we call upon the Irish party to ppose the bill in the House of Commons and press upon the Government with all their strength and power to Introduce a measure for the estab slwnent of a native Parliament with a responsible executive power over all purely Irish affairs and at this crisis in the fortunes ot Ireland we ivite all the Nationalist forces of the country to unite in support of our representatives in Parliament and enable them effectively to press for the speedy and genuine settler neat of the Irish question Continuing Mr Red 1ond first de Jiied the claim that he and his col issues were committed to the bill On the contrary he declared the ramers of the measure had refused blli advice as to the only safe basis 011 which the proposed council could ofeu 1fI fL fJ Ii Parliament were not committed hII any part of the bill or to the Gor eminent They had voted for its 1In troductlon In order to fulfill theIr promises and so that the Govern meats proposals might be submitted to a convention Summarizing his views Itedmond asserted that the Birrell bill was not workable and therefore would end in disgrace ami disaster its fallurc would be usJ as an argument against Ireland capacity for elf gorernment and ltoil operation would result in the de moralization of the Nationalist pnrty and the existing unity which WI1S Irelands strongest weapon After Mr Redmond hail conclude his remarks speeches seconding the resolution were made A J Kettl a veteran home ruler was the first speaker after which John OCallag han of the American Branch of he Irish Leaguo IiriTiJ enthusiast of the delegates 3 VDo you think he asked th3t the task of Mr Bryce In America Is going to be made any easier becaus Ills colleagues have thrown in the face of the Irish people this mea ure which you today will throw 1In the faces of his colleagues with con tempt Continuing Mr OCallag han amid great applause assured the delegates that so long as England gives the Boers who fought her cries of and beat hera more home rule than the Irish the Irish Americans will prevent the alliance with the United States which England so greatly desires During the delivery of the last fev clamorIIngfinally Redmond put the question There was a tremendous chorus of ayes and when he asked for those who were opposed to its passage there was no response Then the convention rose cheered heartily and the delegates streamed from the han i AMERICANCOLLEGE May De Placed In a Bulldln That Will r ItsiRivals A project attributed to Mgr Thomas Kennedy of Philadelphia the Rector of the American College ir Rome is to build a new establishment for this American Institution which shall surpass all its rivals ol other nationalities and collect over 125 students yearly Mgr Kennedy would like to choose one of the most healthful spots In Rome fur the CM lege building tad to provide It with all the comforts and modern requirements such as baths heating playgrounds gymnasiums etc which im so lacking in similar institutions in the Eternal City As the college could not possibly begirt the center oi the town special conveyances would have to be provided to take the students to it but for this special permission would have to be asked from the Vatican which it is be lieved would be granted without dif ficulty considering the popularity Mgr Kennedy enjoys at the Apostolic Palace RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary A Tully took place yesterday morning from st Patricks church at 9 oclock with 0 requiem mass for the repose of her soul Deceased was the widow of Patrick Tully a former well known Irish resident Mrs Mary Ellen Piper widow of the late James L Piper a well known member of the printing fraternity lied Tdesday at noon after a long suffering illness Deceased leaves me daughter Miss Carrie Piper one Brother John J Score and one sis ter Mrs Martha Furlong The fu feral took place from Mr Scores res deuce 1413 Seventh street Thursday afternoon and the Interment vas In Cave Hill cemetery John F Beatty thirtysix years old and well and favorably known fell a victim to heart disease on Mon lay at the home of his mother Mrs Mary Beatty 318y East College street The blow falls heavily upon he aged mother following so close upon the death of her husband the ate Patrick Beatty Funeral serv yes were held Wednesday morning at St Mary Magdalens Iev Father lausepohl being the celebrant of the mass of requiem John Kcenehan for ten years a aithful member of the fire department died Tuesday afternoon at the some of his parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Keenehan COO West Broad- Way For eighteen months the deceased had been complaining but tuck to his post until six weeks ago The news of his death was received wIth expression of sincere regrets no man in the department was more widely known or better liked The uneral took place Thursday morning rom the Cathedral firemen from his own company and the department sting as pallbearers and escorting the body to the grave CLOSING OF MISSION The mission conducted by the JesuIt fathers Boarman and Leary of Chicago at St Mary Magdalena hunch on Brook street and largely ttended at all the services during the week will close with the services to be held Sunday night at 7i30 clock when the Papal blessing will- ie bestowed This mission has been one of the most successful ever held hen the results being most gratify- Ing to the pious and zealous pastor lev Father William Gausepohl Fath raBbarman and Leary are eloquent raters and convincing lastructors ad the iragrewlons left on their icarers will doubtless be lasting d r uQ 1 ii ff MUCH GOOD I Will Result From Visit of Supreme President Dennis Kelley Brings Words of Enceurag ment to the Catholic Knighti and Ladles Hearty Greeting For the Su promo Officers Last Sun day Night ORDER HAS MOST HIGH HOTIY The past week has been a most important one for the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America af the three SupremPresidenttary Henry Hayes Is certain to 1 be productive of good results as they brought words of encouragement and Inspired confidence and enthusiast wherever they appeared The meet- Ing at St Martins Hall on Sunda night was much larger then the Ad- vIsory Board had looked for man being unable to gain admission to the auditorium Rev Father Ohle pastor of St Martins church in the opening address expressed himself pleased with the assembly which he welcomed as i Catholic priest The Holy Father lie said appreciated the necessity for and the great good Catholic societies like the Catholic Knights and Ladle are doing This society was not only assisting in the material welfare iiIn sickness and death providing forth widow and orphan but looked after in a measurq their spiritual welfare Many are saved from falling by the constitutional requirement wide gave the order the highest motive the saving of souls It was with regret that he announced the Inability of Rev Father ltaffo to be present The musical and literary pro jrammo was a long one but each number was well rendered Thoma D Clines created much lauirhter by his splendid recitation and wns varmly applauded as was also Mis Katie Carr The violin and piano solo of Misses Mary and Margare Dalton was well received and the 0- cal solos of David Maloney Mrs Al Barrett and HiomasKeenan Jr evoked hearty applause A splendid set of stereopticon views were pre sented which included pictures of resident Kelley Father Ratio Thomas Keenan and other workers In he orderHon Edward J McDermott In ntroducing President Kelley said iIt was always a pleasure to be with the nights and Ladies of which he had been a member for sixteen your Ie referred In complimentary terms to Miss teary Sheridan and the other offIcers who were actuated by the most lofty purposes and should bl Iven respect and support When resident Kelley stepped forward hi vas greeted with long continued applause Ills delivery was easy and graceful and no better address oi the subject of Catholic fraternal Insurance was ever heard in this city resident Kelley spoke on the prln Ipal and necessity of insurance and there is no doubt but that the impression made on many will bring new life into the order Though loulsville was the birthplace of the Catholic Knights and Ladles the audience was more than he antic ated The fact that the local ranches have the approval of the lergy speaks well for the members who were urged to always be a sure and safe church working society He was proud to be able to say that vcrywhero the clergy were taking o sincere and earnest interest in the rder and giving it encouragement The speaker pointed out the duty of parents and young men and women for whom great sacrifices had been made making a strong plea to them to realize the responsibilities resting upon them During the past two ears Catholic Knights and Ladies had made wonderful progress their ssets increasing over 300 per cent a record that no other financial In- stItution can approach In conclud- Ing he offered timely advice to the oulsvllle branches and then issued forty explication for membership The Mooney twins captivated the udlence with their song and dance and were made to respond to the encore Other numbers that pleased were rendered by Misses Margaret ibbons Mary Ernst Rosa and Mario toehr Nellie Joeman Frances lever and the Rosebud Trio MIss Mary Sheridans appearance was the signal for another outburst of pplause but as the hour was late she only bowed her acknowledgment which with the moving pictures closed a most satisfactory entertain icntMonday night President Kelley and ecretary Hayes addressed a big meeting in Frankfort and another in effersonville on Tuesday night when they were accompanied by Mss Mary Sheridan and Tom Keenan goodIdeath rate New Albany was visited Wednesday night and here another big time had been arranged for The Supreme officers i were welcomed fcv Father Grlf fIn and Mrs Richards at a Urge leetlng and after a number of ad resaea refrcwhments were served lhi was the last meeting held and waBu BueeoMf ul as any of the series President Kelley and Secretary 7 n Hayes made many friends among Jo I cal anytimeCatholics who will be glad fI THEY MADE GOOD Macktn Council Choral Club Scores Musical Hit of Season The most interesting memento connected with the many musical ente tainments this city lies witnessed was the artistic and highly succcssfi presentation of Aulyn Kanston twoact comic opera The Dreamers by the Mackin Council Choral Club to audiences that filled the Mary Anderson Theater on Monda nnd Tuesday nights Certain it i Is gentlemeuscored the hit of the season and the compliments bestowed on every sideI were well deserved The verdict of the dally press was that while the organization purported to be an amateur company they could easll have been mistaken for professional making a reputation that ought to entitle some of the members at leas to adopt the stage permanently rhe music was tuneful and was well 11 rested by ith composer Prof Vincent Falls Each and every one in the big cast had a true conception of their part and where all did so well it would be unjust to particularize The large handsomely costumed and well trained chorus consisting of Misses Jeanette Dannenhold Rose Cans Lillian Gles Mary Clements Anna Diehl Ella Qiltnane Maui Herbst Bertha Heuser Lela Maurer Irene Moeler Louise Sigman Blanch Kerr Mae McClure Mattie Sayer Mllda Schwclters and Messrs Ton Duddy Tom Fllburn John Kenney James Mullarkey Tom OConnellWll OToole Leslie Qulnker Bernan Recktenwald and Fred Zahn was ex ceptlonably fine Little Leota Whitten Blerach os the messenger boy made a tremen dous hit as did also Misses Eugeni Cunningham Esther Whedon Ilattli Hoffman and Bertha Heuser am Messrs Kanston Thomas Clines George Welsh Tom Shlrcllff Lour Kleffer Patrick King and Adolphu Andrlot who assumed the leading roles and were compelled to respond to encore after encore The plot was a pleasing one and abounded with original and laughproducing hits and situations that gave all opportu nity for the display of talent The performance reflects credit upon all who had any part and won the heart commendation of the large audIences who were unanimous in saying tha what Mackin docs she does wel- lSTATE COtJftCILT Knights of Columbus Hold Meeting Here and Elect Officer The State Council of the Knights of Columbus was held In this city leaf week at Elks Hall with a full repre sentation from all of the councils In Kentucky present The council was presided over by James J FItz gerald State Deputy In his report he stated that the general member ship of the order now consisted of 58000 insurance members and 131401 associate members that each of the councils in the State had held initiations during the past year increas Ing their respective membership very substantially and that five cities In the State were about organizing councils among them Maysville Bowling Green and Paris showing that the order was largely on the Increase in this State as well as all over the United States A resolution was introduced and unanimously passed requesting the delegates to the next National Coun oil to use all means in their power to procure such new laws as would afford the associate membership different basis of representation than that which now prevails Under the head of election of officers Tames J Fitzgerald the well known attorney of this city was reelected as State Deputy George A Burkely as State Secretary and L B Clements an attorney of Owensboro was elected State Advocate and George Weikel of Covington ns War den J Donovan of Paducah was ileoted as first alternate and J S Rogers of Lexington as second alternate The mectlngwasnddreesedby the State Chaplain and by others of hc delegates present and adjourned- to meet In Louisville Ky May 14 1008 James J Fitzgerald and R A Watson will represent Kentucky at ho next national convention KNIGHTS NIGHT Branch 6 of the Catholic Knights of America is arranging for a big night for its members the Central Committee and the other branches of the city at St Martins Hall on Wednesday June 5 Charles Falk and a committee have the affair in barge and promise a smoker social 388lon and entertainment that will alight everybody Supreme Delegate Roichert will report the proceedings of the National convention and all Knights are extended a cordial invitation to attend and partied pate In the festivities ST PHILIP NERJS The church event for tomorrow wJll be in honor of St Philip Nerl ervedlatbIDe street of which Rev Father eksrman is the pastor V 0 a t A READY I IIC- atholic Knights Will Visit St Anthonyd Church on June 2 Tho Roman Knights and Uniform Rank Will Act as Escort a Father Leo to Celebrate Solemn Vespers and Father Rock Preach ALL BRANCHES WILL TORN OOT al The ofCatholic the have forthevisita Han SundayafternoonmeetingheMpresidedoverall busi ness excepting that relating to the ThomasFeely LeoGreulichas welcometo alltheatSton Sunday June 2 Escorted by the Roman Knights the column will move at 2 oclock proceeding In Eighth street to Market and thence down to Twentythird and Market to St Anthonys where all will attend solemn vespers The Roman Knights will have their band and the Catholic knights band recently organized will accompany the Central Committee and branches Messrs Joe McGinn Louis Stein crt and Charles Hill were Instructed- to visit Col Poppe and the Roman Knights and extend them a special invitation to participate as they did last year when their showing was so creditable In this connection an Invitation to the twentyfifth anniversary celebration and prize drill of St George Commandery to be held In Jeffersonville on Sunday acceptedThe to furnish postal cards to the Secretaries of the branches whd will send them out to their members and the clergy will b6 requested to an nounce the vespers and parade in their respective churches Special in Stations were also ordered sent Rev Father Bax the State Spiritual Director and the pastors of the city Committees were named to secure an escort of police and carriages and also to arrange for refreshments in the evening when the Central Com mittee will entertain all who unite In the parade Stirring remarks here made by Tories Hill John Fackler Thomas Dignan and John Schalda who prom- Ised that their respective branches vould be out this year in full force During the past week the officers oft Anthonys branch were seen and hey will aid the Central Committee In every way possible Charles Falk stated that he had teen Instructed to ask the Central Committee to attend the meeting of 3ranch 0 at St Martins Hall on Yednesday June 05 when a compll nentnry smoker nnd reception will be given the Catholic Knights of Oulsvllle The committee voted to be present and then adjourned for mother week when the various com reportThishould endeavor to make as good a iiiblic showing as possible and at east 1000 men ought to be in line It is in this manner they will make known their membership and inspire confidence In the order which is now doing so much good and striving to brIng the young Catholic men and vomen within their ranks Every number should feet it his duty to urn out on this occasion The sere non will be preached by the Rev P 1If J Rock of the Cathedral who was the first priest to join the Catholic Knights of America and is looked upon as one of the founders LOUISVILLE HANDICAP The Feature on Todays Fine Cardat Churchill Downs U The at contlnues J ome of the best thoroughbreds that Kentucky can boast of are carded to I tart in the Louisville Handicap to clay Inclement weather has had no noticeable effect upon the attend ance and the management feels that their efforts to provide clean first class and truetoform racing for the ubllc has been appreciated For the D stakesLouisville a tens Cup races present a card that liould attract thousands to the old theLouisvilleolc1s and upard will be the feature and should bring out one of the best fields that has yet faced the starter fiiledtRdpromIteaJ U is a F b NTUOKY IRISH RXC KENTUCKY J IRISH Mlfiftiff Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered it the LouUvllle Poilofllce si SecondClass Hatter Addres ill CotBMUilcitloii the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren st fTRADES =ICDUNCILJt LOUISVILLEi KVSATURDAY MAY 25 1907 ALL KNOCItED OUT The Kentucky Court of Appeals inn sweeping decision rendered Wednesday declares tha no cjectlot MBS held In this city two years ago thereby throwing out amost everj Democratic officeholder in Louis yUle Because of the vacancies thm created the court holds that the Gov ernor has the appointing power am must therefore name the Mayor City Judge Pr ecutor Aldermen Doard of Council and County Judge It places the appointment of the Sheriff Jailer County Clerki Assessor Coroner Surveyor and Attorney Iin the hands of the County Judge named by the Governor It places the appointment of the City Auditor City Attorney Boards of Public Safety and Public Works Bailiff and other city offices in contest In the hands of the Mayor following his appointment by the Governor It places the appointment of the Clerk of the City Court In the hands of the Judge of the Police Court Tn concluding a lengthy review of the contest the court says If these undisputed facts do not establish the conspiracy charged then we are at a loss to know how such a chart could be established The conspiracy to steal the election in ques tion is as plain as was the conspirac charged in the Declaration of Independence against King and Councl to rob the Colonies of their liberty After setting forth the reasons against a people changing their forms of government for light and transient causes It Is said in that noble instru mentBut when a long train of abuses and usurpations pursuing invariably the same object evinces n design to reduce them under absolute despotism It is their right it is their duty to throw off such government and to provide new guards for theIr future securUy As there so here A long train of abuses and usurpa- tions pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to deprive the people of Louisville of their right to elect their own officers and It is noW our duty to overthrow this design and to declare the safeguards necessary forthe future security of tht wxlghl3 of the people MUST BE SIIOWN Now that the local Democratic party is compelled to again nominate a ticket for the November election on account of the decision of the Court of Appeals declaring that the last municipal election was fraudulent II- is ii certainly up to the party here tc place a ticket before the voters that is a clean one from top to bottom There can be no denial of the fact that several officeholders under the present regime arc certainly a handi cap to any ticket and along this line we also want to say that there are deputies and appointees under this administration who if their appointment depended upon the choice of the people would never have the ghost of a show but they have always been smooth and diplomatic enough to attach themselves to some popular candidate who has the selection of several deputies At present the entire matter of selecting candidates Is In a chaotic state but we hope that the local Democratic committee In selecting their candidates will also compel them to submit their lists of deputies anti assistants thereby giving tho committee a chance to weed out some of the class who by their actions have made themselves obnoxious to not only the entire public but to the party voters that devoted their best energies in placing them there If this is done there can be no doubt ofa clean victory and big majority for the entire ticKet IT IS TO LAUGH Once nVatIme ri rr l3arnum the showman said that the American people love to be humbugged and the Associated Press continually uses that expression for its motto This past week they sent broadcast through the country a column dis patch purporting to come from France tclllag how 3600 priests of tile Catholic church in that country had united in a petitlo to the Pope requesting that they be permitted to take unto themselves a better half and the story went oh to say that there were over 60000 more wanting to be married Oa the whole tsto laugh but it is past our under standing that OUI leadtsg daily- jourual4 should be willing to print uch traeh WILIi DROP hILL The lIWut new m tquiion relat lag tp aHibySecretaryby thti National ioiiM Dublin III that the GoiV1itI1 irop It for iei u c== this session at least and proceed with the other reforms which its Liberal supporters are urging and with which the sessional programme fs crowded It Is thus seen that tbe predictions that England would not keep her promise are about to he verified DOWNFALL Predicted For Clemenceai and the Enemies of the Church The words spoken by the Pope Ito the Bishop of Wilmington Del reveal the exact position of the Vatican re garding the trouble with France The Pope said- I believe that Clemenceau th French Premier is already sorry for what he has done against the Vatican and that sooner or later we shall so his downfall Plus X is of a deeply religious na ture and can not believe that the Almighty will permit any one fighting the Church to carry on his work for more than a limited period of time This persuasion of the Pope explains the present situation theI most extraordinary in church history It aceounts for the inactivity of the Vatican authorities In the faceol the dangers threatening the Church In France and also for the success of the French Government In carrying out the laws separating Church ond StateNobody In Vatican circles bcllevei those laws are lasting Tradition I is against them A treaty signed ovei n century ago by representatives of the Holy See and the French Government seemed to prove a sufficient hindrance to the carrying out of the new law and because of this tin Vatican authorities only made 0 weak opposition to the anticlerical schemes of the French officials As a matter of fact the separation law was passed before the Vatican authorities realized its import and ther tho astounding claim was made that the Pope would refuse to accept it Then came the Inventories of the churches In France The seizure of prsbyterlesmunicipalities KNIGHT WHO IS ALSO MUSICIAN tI- The well knownl organization known as Chevalier Enrico Garglulo Concert Band will give two weeks concqrsatthe White City commencing tomorrow aftqrnoon This will be a delightful period for the music lovers of our city as Chevalier posl1l0ninthehaving been knighted at an early ItalylorGarglulo does not attempt any of the contortions that have become char acteristic among his fellow bond leaders on the contrary he is opposed to the sensational methods being a true musician In every respect and having complete control over his musicians which is not always witnessed under the baton of the practitioners that high art The band numbers fortyfive musicians including ten soloists and two sing ers whose voices are powerful with an abundance of quality and tone which is pleasing to the musical car- Anyone having an ear for music Is sure to appreciate the efforts of Qargiulos Band and should not fail attend time concerts of this superb organization while they remain in oiilsv411e It should also be remem bered that another such organization will not be heard here again this season CONFIRMATIONS Tomorrow morning at 8 oclock our night Rev Bishop McCloskey will confirm a class at St Michaels church on Brook street The class Is n good one for that parish and Is a credit to the pastor Rev Father fartin OConnor who has been zeal our and ssfulsince assuming harge of that parish Bishop McCloskey will also admin Isler the sacrament of confirmation toI many young people at St Pat rlicks church at 330 oclock In the afternoon Since the fIrst of the year Vicar General Croniu and the Sisters of St Patricks parochial chool have been preparing an un sually large class Of children and the lay is looked forward to with great interest In that great parish MAOKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council did not meet Tues d ay night the meeting having been djourned to Friday night on account ot the opera The reports submitted last night indicated that the coun cll would realize nearly 1000 from Us operatic production at the Mary nderson Theater CIGAR IAl RS At a specUl meeting of the Cigar makera Union Held Wednesday night raendment was made to the new ltCaj tof p lces whereby an agreeMent- leeitan reached wIth the target iknufkcturer jn fheiiltyiaBd it ii loujtht ill tine bthfrs yrlll Bbw iign rtfr tt tl4rmefi wiit trtll return to lrkiet W ekit lii iJ 0 n a I l I rS0GiE ie Misses Amy and Jean McConn of effersonvllle have gone to Chlcag for the summer Miss Eleanor Wathen id IstUng ler sister Mrs Charles Coouey Iin Syracuse N Y Charles F Mahoney has returned from New Haven rwhcrejfievlsUe lis cousIn Charles Mahoney Mr and Mrs P J Bush who were ill at their home In Portland are re l 6rted as IImproved since week dChtI la8II Miss Vena Connelly of Danville has been the charming guest of Misses Jennie and Nellie Clifford in Portland i MM Robert Leezer is 411 of typholc fever at the home of her mother Mrs George Cunningham 1721 West Broadway Miss Gertie Dawson who arrlvcc astwcek to visit relatives hitbis city has returned to her home ot few Haven Frank Senn and a party of friendI arc home from a pleasant season or rest and recreation at Sweet Sulphu SprIngs Ind Miss Fannie Thornbury who waS the guest of her brother John hornbury has returned to her home it New Haven Miss Edith Malone who Is pursuln her studies In New York will retun to her home in the Highlands about the middle of June Mrs Peter VaJlrath a leader Ihi Evansville Catholic society circle has been spending the week hero as the guest of Mrs Henry Bosquet Mrs David Hicks of Chicago hall 3cen spending the week as the guest jf Mrs Dennis Murphy In Jefferson due Col John F Kellner Horace Mc 3rocklin and James Bellly were imoug those from this city who were this week seeking rest and recreation it West Baden Springs Henry Hoemer exState President of the Catholic Knlkhts of America md family will arrive next wee rom Cincinnati for an extended visit with friends in this city Miss Lillian Dehler and her mother Era Charlos P Dehler returnei home this week from Chevy Chase College where Miss Dehler graduated last Monday with high honors John J Grogan one of the truste and most popular employes of the loblnsonNorton Dry Goods Company enjoying a well deserved vacation that will last two weeks Mrs T J Leonard and her llttl son Arthur and daughter Wilma of iheriden Park Chicago are here vis ting Mrs Leonards sister Mrs rate Gleeson of 1215 First street A pretty little dinner was give last week at the home of Mr and Irs Joseph A Cassidy in Bellevue In honor of their daughter Miss Marl Cassidy one of the most talented girls in that section of Kentucky Mrs Mary Barrett left Thursday for Chicago where sine will visit her laughter Mrs James Hannon whoa husband holds a fine position with OM of the big railroads in that city Mrs Hannon will be remembered at Miss Virginia Barrett Mrs Lawrence Gatto entertalnei with euchre Tuesday afternoon at- her residence 361 West Jefferson treet First and second prizes were won by Mrs James P Langan am Irs M Belss and the oonsolatlo prize by Mrs John C Graves Mrs John McAuliffe of 531 West ircckinridge underwent a delicate operation at St Josephs Infirmary this week und her many friends and relatives will be rejoiced to learn that she is resting easy and making favorable progress toward recovery Dr M Casey the leading dentist of arrollton was here this week attending the State Dental Association meeting which opened Monday morn- Ing and continued until Wednesday nIght He was a welcome visitor to- the Kentucky Irish American on Thursday before leaving for home Miss Evelyn MoeUer of 2013 Rowan street entertained the Good Will So cial Club at euchre Thursday evening A very enjoyable evening was spent Bnd prizes were awarded Misses Irene Lucas Anna Doyle and Nona Nevils and Messrs Lawrence Meany Albert Musselman and William Noon Mrs Janice McKenna of Fairfield and her daughter Miss Margaret returned home this week after a visit- here as the guests 61 Mrs McKennas father Mr Charles J White of 1Q21 West Jefferson street During their stay Mrs McKenna and her daughter were accorded much social attention Louis Carraro formerly of this city b it now the owner of one of the most popular and successful cafes In Cincinnati and leader of a champion bowling team there spent the tirst part of the week visitIng his brolher Eugene Carraro Third and- Oreen street and from here went to- West Baden for a season of rest and creation The engagement of William Sulll van McCarney and Mine Phoebe Vir IIIl1ia Scott prominent residents of Winchester and well known throughout 1 a large section Of the State has- lust I been announced Their marriage wIUI take place at St Joseph church I In Winchester on Wednesday June 5 and will be the most brilliant nf- fair of the season I A wedding of nmcfi Interest to1 tb elrI wide circle of friends wlUbe l at el Miss Lllle Tforrls aid Dennis tG1takplaee1 lcrGenerr rj l1ed Ii tPatr4cks Cronin hurchwltliJ J lIoth yousg people are Very popular J njthe Vest EndAvhere they hav largegoffer congratulations rAQuitereal ninny Louisville and NeV1 bany people will talce place next Wednesday morning when Miss Carrie Kchmann of New Albany and Coleman Weiss of this city will be united in marriage hfc St Mary church In New Albany Rev PathWeiss of this city an uncle of thc groom performing the ceremony After a short bridal tour the happy young couple Avlll be at home to their friends at 1200 Eighteenth street iIn this city POPE PLANS COUP May Form Party Modeled After That In the German Reichstag Press reports from Rome say the rope has taken another bold step iin Italian political matters a step which rvill perhaps result In the forming of ai Catholic Center party in the Italian Parliament modelled after the one in the German Beichstag Many Italian representatives in Parliament who are known to be In sympathy with Catholic ideals have been semi officIally notified that the Pope would receive them at the Vatican for 0 private conference beforc the end tf the present month and nearly all those that were told of the fact although much surprised gave their promise to be present- It is considered that such action IIs- of tremendous importance to Italy In that it will increase the number of Catholic representatives in the Italian Parliament even if some Ol them have been elc t don issues other than religious Since the election of Plus X five members of 11r liamcnt have been elected on purely religious issues and tho action taken by the Pope forecast thn tlqiC whci a Catholic majority will rule tbe Italian Legislative Assembly and there will be no longer any danger that laws objected to by the Churo authorities shall veven be subinitte to the consideration ttf tha chambers FONTAINE FERRY POPULAR Fontaine1 Forry PaVks attraction are proving strong drawing cards In spite of the fact that much of the time since tho opening of the sedso the wedther has not been of l1 character to make pepplq peek relief under shade trees The devices are so numerous and the entire park so inviting that it is not difficult to find ntertainment regardless of the temperature The Royal Hawaiian Sere iiadcrs who have scored such ia ihlt in the free band concerts this week have been reengaged and Har ry Cook and his excellent band uf thirty pieces continue to grow in favor with the park patrons Probably as strong a vaudevilli jlll as has ever been presented at ia local theater will be the attraction ffered by Hopkins Pavilion for the week commencing tomorrow afternoon Not less than four of the nets ooked would be worthy of featuring on any programme and plenty of hings to excite laughter will b- undr in the bill- ENJOYABLE EVENING An entertainment that gives much rpmise will be given Monday even Jng at St Anthonys Hall Twenty third and Market by the pupils of- StI Georges school for which a very Interesting programme of exercise has been hrrringcd The schobj year has been a very successful one both as to attendance and in the progress nado by the children and reflect much credit on Father Weiss and the Sisters who have been their teachers A most enjoyable evening IIs assured those who attend AGED PRIEST DEAD Rev Walter Hill the noted Jesuit scholar and author and for OTer thirty years a teacher la tit Louis University is dead at the og ofr eightyfive His funeral tool place Monday and was attended bI clergymen from all parts of the West and South Father Hill had a number of relatives in this city among them Jobn Hill and Mrs Columbus Mat tingly brother and sister and Rev John Hill of the Cathedral- REPRESENTED LOUISVILLE Thomas J Scally the well known musIcian und band leader has been spending the weeek in Cleveland where ho Is tho Louisville delegate to tbe twelfth annual convention of the Ame can FederatIon of Musicians Tom has had his honor three times and Is one of the most influential legates in the convention having bl1en placed on the most important commi ttees QLUR BUILDING FUND Miss Blanche Mitchell and her pupils will give hat promises to be a most enjoyable dancing entertainment for the benefit of the Catholic omans building fund at Macauleys Theater on Friday night May 31- 1is8 Mitchell has a large and well trained class and the entertainments ghen under liar direction have been- the best seen in tWs city NUMBER 258 WINNER At the drawing held Wednesday for the handsome watch offered by- the Catholic Womans Club 258 was- the lucky number The watch was Jtfered in connection with the recent performance of the Chesterfield mln- strols and the person holding the lye numbered coupon can secure lheprize by applying at the club l1QQH HAS BERN VERY ILL Yr W J KinwlU of 731 Third stieet and well known Jn fiatholle u d business elfel Is at Sti Mary dBllMbeth Hospital where he hag QD seriously ill For many years lm- IaI vas manifer of the Nugent dry I roodlstoieon rtirlli strwt I o IKNIGnT8rOF IJQLfi1Bll IJ Late News That Will Int rest Members Here and Else IXs where Royal Gorge Council with sixty members was recently instituted iat Canon City Col Five Boston councils have beer conductinga bazar since Monday at the club house in Dorchesterf DughtersIsabella of at I the Masonic Temple in Trenton N J The Hibernians at Boston are g1T4 Ing substantial support to the coun ella that have established the splen did club house at Dorchester The Knights of Superior Wis an organizing a base ball team with the Intention of cleaning up their brethren on the other side of the bay aii t the annual game Reports from the different council read at the Minnesota State Council at St Paul last week showed tho organization to be growing with marked rapidity Two hundred Knights from Minne apolls and St Paul went by specia train to Green Isle where a new council was instituted that bids fair to reflect credit on the order Iin general Last Sunday Texas Knights organized and chartered a council at Taylor with about fifty members Tin initiatory work was conducted by District Organizer Joseph ORelllj and team from Austin over 200 visit ors participating Thomas St John Gaffney United States Consul at Dresden was tbe recipient of an enthusiastic reception last week at the new club house of Amsterdam Council New York City Over 200 members and all past and present officers gathered to greet their distinguished brother member With his wife he will sail June 11 for his post at Dresden Creighton Neb initiated and Instituted Count Crelghton Council with a class of seventyfive candidates Delegations were present from the ONeill Columbus Sioux City Har rlngton and Omaha councils also from the towns on the Bonesteel and Bloomfield lines An elaborate banquet was given the members and guests In the Grand Army of the Republic Hall immediately after tbe degree work The formation of a State lecture bureau to be made up of the State and district deputies and the assessment of a per capita tax of fifty cents on the members of the order inI Wisconsin to bear the expense of the same was the most Important bust ness transacted at the State Council which convened at Janesville The per capita tax will raise a fund of about 2200 for the puirpose New York Instituted five new coun cils and increased the total membership to 38649 during the past year HINTS ON STYLE Brown in some of the lighter shades is a conspicuous favorite Halfsleeves of Valenciennes lace with plain or ruched tops are convenient Little foulard silk handkerchiefs tc knot into the turndown collar as a tie are new The thin muslins in Peking effects are used for shirtwaist frocks and for dressier frocks as well Checks are still modish but stripes have unquestionably come into their own and in all materials stripes are favored Striped linens are worked into very smart coat and skirt tailor costumes and into the popular jumper or guimpe models Mercerized linens or combinations of cotton and linen are really hand some this season and make most at tractive dresses for little girls Lace blouses are less popular than they have been In the past the very handsome lingerie blouse having usurped many of their functions New linens are checked in various ways dud make exceedingly practical se well as altogether charming and attractive dresses for the younger girlsTan or natural colored pongee with lines of green forming a check IB beIng greatly used this season and makes exceedingly attractive cos tumesThe lingerie blouse is to have an other triumphant season and wher ever thre is a blouse department there women throng in jostling rowd MUSICALE FOR WEDNESDAY Instead of the regular business meeting of the Louisville Council knights of Columbus next Wednes lay a muslcalo will be given under the auspices of the Entertainment Committee Members are requested to bring their wives sisters or lady friends as the committee promise an Interesting and pleasing programme TO VISIT nIRTnPI ACE Frank Senn of the rirm of Senn A ckerman will sail for Germany next Monday from New York to spend the summer in his old birthplace from hence he came when but a poor young lad Mr Senn has lived in this city over fifty years and is one of our leading and most prosperous German Catholic citizens- GRAIUATING EXERCISES The Brothers andl pupils of St ovlers College are arranging for- the annual commencement exercises which will take place the latter part of June This year twentythree young men will receive their diplomas from this fine educational Instltu IOHJ where over 400 pupils are now being taught vrrn OOMMERCIAI CLUB TJioinas M OConnall a vrcll known and popular young man of the pmlriican1 chureh pariihihas aecept r td litpoaitioa with this office force Ithe Cbmmercial Club la the office r IJ sj onnvlAMER AND FREE HIS TWO BAND IGREENWOODI FONTAINEFErJ TUB PARK BEAUTIFUL A Utahdas Family Resort Equipped With UptoDato Device of Amusement Catering to Women and Children Especially WEEK OF MAY 26 HIOHCLASS VAUDEVILLE Six Juggling Mowatt Marco Twins Snyder S Buckley Jack Wilson Co Burns Bauer and the Kinodrome- CVTDAf One more week Hawaiian Sere LA I tin i naderi accompanied by Cooks Mil Itary Dand 2 Free Concerts Dally 2 IDEAL ROLLER RINK Dally Sessions 890 andS pm ADMISSION TO PARK FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts CB THOMPSONxoIIL ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirson SI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed LOUISVILLE STF1UStrictly FlrstCliis Both Plant Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and recep tionsROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 0T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons for the Ialtmony- Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H JJ1 COUCHMAN Dentist 651 FOURTH VENUE oppJao C Lewis Co All the new Spring styles and shapes can he found barest reRKOnable prices of Secretary R E Hughes Tom Is a capable and energetic young man and his many friends will be glad to hear of his good fortune PASTIME DRILL COMPANY The popularity contest being waged between members of the Pastime Drill Company will end Thursday night at Nadorffs Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky streets when the votes will be counted Following the an nouncement of the result the company will entertain its friends with a select dance- EVERYBODY DELIGHTED iSo pleased were the people of New Haven and Nelson county with the play Dora Fortune presented at Kaplers Hall by St Catherines Council dramatic club that it was repeated on Friday night of last week before a full house All the parts were well taken and the drama was thoroughly enjoyed r t COldwateradded Allow the water to come U L u QUIRK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years theQnlck Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will keep itIIn the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND JtCumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST I I I I + I I I 4 + I I I I t Is I I I 4 t4 FOR Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Gobto WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET f PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jefferson vi lie hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and femaleSpatients are admitted Rates very yeas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHhR MARY REQINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersoovllle led j 1 JUNEIs WEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERiCAN 335337 West Green Street Home Phone 946 PfifR M A NDRIOTSON88 WAGGONH MMANUFACTURERSC- arriage N Repairing and RirTire 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET Blbyirly to a btil when the burnt jkir tlon of the Ini may be Bcrapedrclsn A handful of wood lieo if added to the water will aid the Cleansing U j GCIilOTL Y3jOkKY ImSat ERTDAN I WALKEASY 3 SHOESF- OR AND All leathers all direct ranker wearer the middle profit all the quality a r BOSTON SHOE CO Store 534 Fourth Ave Ladies Store Fourth 1 V nVvnn OvnVV v v vvv- t MJBANNON PBANNONJR H M WOLTRING RBBANNON PrtsMgr VlciPri Sicrilary Triaiur- irFF Bannon Sewer Pipe Co1 Glazed Sewer Culvert Pipe Bannoni Patent Lidded for Steam CondalU I hWall coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Flue Pipe Flue Lining Ire Brick Grate Boller Ground Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSONT- BL3PHONB873 WORKS 13th Lexington Magnolia Bet ptlrand TELEPHONE oswa uees vu aron Gran 1AL I 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished Occasion on 0e JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O 10 arac a x ittips I1 I Ii 14 1vSTRAUBJBOTH PHONES i TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crlS IJLi den 1531 W MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND Ja J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 3 East k14r et- D I ++ ++ ++ 1 I H H t tt H H + + + I I t J DOUGHERTY I s j MCELUOTTt iIJ t 1n i- ti in DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and Irebalmiiv Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES ALL fVaAll Calls Answer d promptlY or NIght 301 y WEST MARKET STREET M M M M M M M M n MI M + 4 M t M Hft M M t t + THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furaUbed for all occasions 1225 MARKET ST Independent fcf All PnderUters KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles Bad Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phone Old Rare WhUklcs a Specialty BLUEGRASSl R EXCHANGEL- OUIS I WABHITZ CO Proprie- tors339FIFTHSTREET r t S rr 11Ut MEN WOMEN styles and sizes and widths Sold from to with mans put Into Try pair Mens 55355 Ave Salt and Proofing aad Tile Fire and and Ave loth 2833 for AH ShortNotlcc III 383 rf 123 FURNISHED FOR OCCASIONS Day 1231 m W aad 86 Give your boys an education that will prtpart them lor life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Loulavllle Ky Conducted by thexaverlanBrotherClarialS- clentccandBudneuCouraea Preparatory De partment Jarie Swlmmlull Pool Well Bqulppd Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir flEHRY fiUHOLDDE- AIKR IK Staple andiFancy Groceriis A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WhUklfs a Specialty Nome Phnae mi 540 Wi WALNUT T HENRY AIJIPULSIft J DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Appan WORK GUARANTEED 041011 duo 528 Fifth Strait WINES LIQUORS CI5ARS VALS SALOONVAL I iI 1 Hot Lunch every morntagifroM 98il to 1230 oclock t4 VV GREEN TC NEWN OUISYlll JOCKEY CLUB Spring Meeting I r r 30 DAYS RACINGMAY 6 TO JUNE 8 I Louisville Handicap Today Juvenile Stakes Next Wednesday- SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 PMr IRELAND Record of the Host Important iof the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Ballymote tenantry are negotiating for the sale of the town wit It their landlord Sir Josslyn Oore BoothJ R Lardner of Monaghan and J T Donovan of Belfast are mentioned as successors for Patrick OHare who has resigned as member Of Parliament Terms of sale have been arranged on the Mnllon estate in County Ieath andalso for Lord Louths estate where arrangements are being made for reinstatement of the evicted The handsome new St Marys church at Drumllsh Was solemnly opened on Ascension Thursday Bishop Hoare presided and the Very Rev Father Skclly O 1tofS1Igo preached the sermon Rev Father Glynn Carrlgaholt County Clare declined at the meeting of the West Clare Executive of tlw United Irish League to act longer as President to which his reelection was proposed as he sold outside of a few old campaigners nobody bothered about the league A report from Killarney states that three head of cattle impounded at Fines and which had been seized for rent on the JCenmare estate were forcibly rescued It Is stated that a man called on the pound keeper with an order signed by the agent for the release of a rove and when the pound keeper opened the gate to release this animal some persons are said to have jumpiJ over the will and drove out the others and BO fur they have not p M traced For having assaulted Isaac Jones a member of the Bray Urban Dis trict Council a woman named Murphy was fined three shillings Jones case was that he went to collect rent from the woman who was his tenant She abused him threw him out Into the lane and threatened she would knock his brains out Mrs Murphy asserted that Jones remained about the house till she had to fling him out Then he challenged her out Into the lane to box him She had also thrown him out before A very melancholy fatal accident occurred at Laharnn South about five miles from Cahlrciveen by which a farmer named Shea lost hiss life The poor fellow conveyed young men and women from his neighbor hood who emigrated to America He remained in town until evening vften he left for home having his horse and cart in charge iWIUiIn a short distance of his house his horse and cart got capsized He was thrown under the cart and killed The de ceased leaves a wife and three young children and an aged father 1o mourn his loss The body of James Cullen a tar mer residing in Monallna near New townkennedy County Wicklow who has been missing for over a month was found in a pond at Kiltlmbn About five weeks ago Cullen came Into Wicklow to pay his rent having in his possession a sum of over 150 It is stated that In consequence of a misunderstanding with tIle agent Frank Kennedy Cullen left the office without paying the rent and sometime afterward left Wicklow for home There was suspicion of foul play but this was removed when his money was found intact Four of Lord Kenmares bailiffs proceeded to Kllnariare some eight miles from Killarney and distrained two cows the property of Patrick Riordan for rent It was stated that after the bailiffs had traveled about a mile they were attacked During the fracas It is alleged Bailiff Qulrko received a stroke of a pitchfork on tIle head knocking him Insensible for some minutes while Bailiff Doyle was stabbed with a pike In the left arm One of the bailiffs took out a revolver and fired several shots in the air The bailiffs abandoned the seizure and reported the matter to the police The question of the breaking up of arge grazing ranches has spread to Ings county and there was a sen sational development Iin connection with an extensive tract at Roscom roe situated on the western slopes of the SlIeve Bloom mountains about twelve miles from Birr and eleven from Roscrea It has been in the occupation of Nathaniel Luttrell a prominent merchant in Roscrea for the past sixteen years and is it in stated a yearly tenancy as distinct from an eleven months take nee cently a large crowd cleared the farm of over 300 sheep about thirty head of cattle and several horses that were driven to Luttrells establish vent at Roscrea Police and people of Roscommon came Into conflict over the removal of stock off grass farms held under the eleven months system Early in the morning an immense crowd with I Lands assembled at Knoqkcroghery and cleared a farm belonging to a grazier named dBrlen at Cloones kert and another Jicld by a man tamed Mealy of all stock Police were present in force and made a baton charge on the crowd but hatter were too numerous and succeeded in driving oft the cattle in iplte of them For some time past Senants have been negotiating for those farms but the terms could notre arranged satisfactorily to the pc euplersjA number of names were taken by the police and prosecutions p 1 are likely to follow There is great excitement in the district n band visited another farm in the neigh borhood when it Is reported the oc iupler fired on them- VATICAN SMILES At the Attpempt io Make i Capital of the Moniaflnlnl 1Papers1 Every one In Vatican circles is assuming a broad smile owing to f the fact that the revelations so solemnly promised by M ClcmenccaU the French Premier based on papers seized at the palace ofthe Nunciature In Paris wnen Mgr Mbntagnlni was expelled turned out to have been a fizzle It was emlofflcially an nounced that ir Clemcnceau held iin his desk very compromising documents written by Mgr Montagnlni and by the Papal Secretary of State The Parisian papers which all of a sudden found enough enterprise to publish some of the supposed documents have now suddenly become silent A Parliamentary commission was appointed to examine the documents and its President M Pelletan a former French Minister gave out that the revelations would be astounding Nothing however has come of it so far excepting the fact that some of the documents published by the Parisian papers were clever inventions It has become apparent that Clemenceau and Orient with nil the hatred they are nursing ngalnst the Church authorities are unable to make any capital out of the seized documents FIBER FOR LINEN Linens of tomorrow will be Brazil ian linens The Brazilian linen plant Is expected to exert an Important Influence upon the textile world in the near future It Is a common weed which reaches a height of elgh teen feet In twelve months When carefully cultivated It matures within three months and can yeald three crops in a year The fiber has all the qualities necessary for high class use strength fineness flexibility and adaptability for bleaching dying etc Every part of this plant can be used for some Industrial purpose more especially for the manufactur ing of writing paper The cultivation was commenced by the State Government and now Is said to have emerged from the experimental state successfully Its influence will be felt at once The productions of the plantations have been contracted for by British interests at a highly remunerative rate The production has been patented In the United States GIRL AVE LIKE She comes into the room like a sca breeze laughing nodding right and left with a happy impartiality The blues fly out of the window when she comes in They simply cant stand her sunny presence She Is ready for everything She never throws cold water on your plans She laps her hands and says they are splendid and suggests a way to make hem even more splendid so sweetly and modestly that you think It la your own suggestioni Wherever she foest she sees the funny side of things And she has such a funny wholehearted way of describing them that it is as good tQ hear her as to have been there yourself TIm CATHOLIC HOME Chrlslan women when your husbands and sons return to you In the evening after buffeting the waves of the world let them find In your homes a haven of rest Do not pour Into the bleeding wounds of their hearts the gall of bitter words but rather the oils of gladness and con solation Bolondof your homes Bo attached to your homes Slake them comfortable Let peace and order and tranquility and temperate words aound there POISONS When poison has been accidentally swallowed no emetic is better than mustard Mix three teaspoonfuls with a cupful of warm water and swallow At once the stimulative action upon the stomach causes that organ to reject all Its contents the poisonous Ingredients with the rest The emetic of mustard leavees no 111 effect behind It but Instead a feeling of pleasant warmth and stimulus It Is one of the quickest of all emet- Ics and the most harmless PROVOKING John said Mrs Stubb after supper I wish you would put this pic ture in a good position on the wall Oh hang ItI blurted Sttibb who was reading up the base ball prospects for 1007 Mrs Stubb smiled sweetly How did you guess jtt dear That is just what I should have said in the first placebang it- GALLANTRY Lady In a crowded carThanlt- u l sir butI dpnt like tpdeprlye yoUOf a icomfortable seat j jjrIrishman whohad risen to offers seatrrlt WitS comfortable no longer when I saw you standing HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenef81 News Notes H Middlesex county Mass will soon hare a dozen divisions of the young cadets Now all will bend their energies lo make the annual celebration on July 20 a fine success f- A1 fine division has just been organ ized at White River Junction N Ut with forty names on tho charter lilt Division 37 of Charlestown Mass is arranging for a bazar to be hold In the new home recently purchase d Division 4 of St Paul last week initiated eighteen young men and received about as many 1 applications State President Kenny who is visiting all the Minnesota divisions lost week attended large meetings In iSt Paul Miss Maggie Hourlgons rendition of Jennie the Pride of Klldare at the social of Division 3 pleased everybody Division 4 did a courteous act Wednesday night when It adjourned Its meeting In favor of the County BoardDivision 1 of Duluth has reports on BO many candidates that a special meeting will be arranged for their initiation Seven hnudred members of the four Divisions at East Cambridge Mass received holy communion In a body at the Sacred Heart church In the Boston Common Council forty of the seventyfive members belong to our order Seven of the thirteen Aldermen are also members The Ladles Auxiliary of New Hen Conn will hold a rose party June 4 This auxiliary has promised 100 to St Raphaels Hospital ambulance fund The Boston Highlands Hibernian Building Association have In view the magnificent building of the Cath olic Sisters on Massachusetts avenue which will be soon vacated None of the divisions meet next week The first to meet will be the Ladles Auxiliary on June 6 when they will tender a reception to the candidates to be initiated that night The ladles are yet talking about the nice time they had last week at the meeting of Division 3 Miss Mary Sheridan spoke for them all and her words were received with hearty ap probation National President CummIngs will be tendered a great reception by St Paul Hibernians at the Auditorium on evening oil Juno 2 following the laying of the cornerstone of the st Paul Cathedral Division 3 Is setting an example that others might well follow The program e of exercises arranged each month proves not only Interest- Ing but instructive and serves to Increase the attendance Minneapolis Hibernians are making extensive preparations for the coming nf their National President Matthew Cummings of Boston who will bo their guest on the evening of June 3 and deliver an address in the Elks Hall One of the largest class initiation to be held for some time will be given in Congress Hall South Dos ton on the afternoon and evening of Tune 0 The several divisions in the peninsula district are cooperating for this monster occasion Thomas Walsh the attorney always a favorite at Hibernian meet- Ings made his best hit last week when addressing the ladles at the meeting of Division 3 They were kept laughing from the beginning to the end yet he offered some very timely suggestions- An exchange asks wily is it that the members of the A O H are not showing more interest In the success of the Ladles Auxiliary Why dont they try to get their wives daughters and sisters to join If the matter was investigated it would be found that a large number of the members of the auxiliary are those who have no male relatives In the ranks of the A O jrl On the other hand many ladles Have been instrumental In hav- Ing their male relatives become members of the A O H Why can note members of the Ancient Order do their share in aiding the exulUary to succeed It Is noticeable that when a division Is hoiain a fair or an entertainment they want the ladles as sistance to maKe the event a success Such being the case what kind of men are Hibernians who will not ns PIRt in the success of the auxiliary Show us where there is a flourishing auxiliary and there you will find a successful division if governed by thn proper spirit of Hibernlonlsm unity friendship and true Christian charity HELPING HIM ALONG EdythYoung Hugglns called on me last evening and what do you suppose he had the nerve to say ilayme Really f dart know Put wiseEdythWhy ho said he Intended tq kiss me when lie left MaymeAnd did you call hut wnEdythYou bet 1 did I told him the sooner he left the letter Id like It 1 t You had better not go boating t 1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky FRANK FEHR BREWING C- txcoaxroixnTan Brewers LOUISVILLE and BottlersII 1 PABST BEER LI ALWAYS PURE Brewed from arefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leavethe brewery until properly aged TGLuPUONl 286 1 ErLouisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNAi BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent savor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky t tDIRINKz Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANvBREWING COMPANY INOORPORATED M TELEPHONE 452 OUXSVlrL KY JOHN Iii FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 81and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FO DI SENSFINE DARKB RYRTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO e YENT Proprietor HEERMANN BRO IMPORTERS FINE WJNBS AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era In Finest Brands of Zen tacky Whiskies eepeclaltri PEARL OF NELSOB BO TDIN 110ND 11 Teli1tNeJ4SJm SIxTh slteoai rwith Bister SaKnToraiiJ ruarnI terns beaurani IrITonfn y- Caws IIIKeirt1 1her1 say she intended to throw you overboard before long f- J ueyforthe bcst quality that IUall buy Thereisu much difference In wallplaster as there Is iIn anything else Any dealer will tell you that DiamOnd Wall Plaster IIstbe klml you ought to use 1It 1 BOTH PHONES 2267 U1nk a llftY 1 IJYIHeII K y Also operating the Hcosfer V1l1 PlaT I ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 I w iiiii NTUO IRISH AMERIOAN i J THE BIG STORE SPECIAL SUMMER SUITS FOR MEN On Sale This Week at I 750 10 12II I Special Sale on Mens Balbriggan Underwear 25c THE BIG STOREmST t I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I t I A Piano That Has Been on the Market For 83 Years I THE CHICKERING MONTENEGRO=RIEHM MUSIC CO euseao Incorporated FOURTH AVE TITR I uuuuuuuu A O ICED TEA DAYS are now at hand and this delightful beverage requires the best grade of tea Thats what Mulloy sellsBlack Green or Mixed at 4Sc poundA quality Coffeeone of our big gest sellersat 3 Ibs for SOc Black Green and Mixed Tea at 45o lb PHONE ME A TRIAL OR- OERMULLOY COFFER f ROASTER tttmt Pboai I jaj Ql14W ZVZARBCBI laTRISJST 00 Je CJ 841 me Gftas fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPT- ION43r VT Jefferson Street F esSct8S yy LARGEST AND BESTI- N THE CITY UNITEDLAUNDRYIncorporated CO HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T N SHEPARD Prsidni MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN S 8 H 8 Sx 4M Shorthand and TypewritingMaUlried Reliable System as taught at this institution is a valuable stoneto3 Spencerian graduates are always indemand I SCHOOLENPresident StreetsfaraulfarrLaStatu HOUSE = CLEANERS DELIGHT Home and office cleaning made a pleasure and satisfaction when MAGIC VENEER GLOSS Is used on fixtures furniture woodwork leather couches painted walls metals etc It cleans polishes dUiafcct and veneers at the same time No need for water soap stains or varntih Magic Veneer Gloss is Transparent And can be used on the lightest or darkest woods without changing its original coterie the least If your dealer cant supply you write call or nome Phone 6348 MONEY BACK IF NOT AS REPRESENTED SUPERIOR FILTER AND SPECIALTY WKS lYltza THIRD e9TR1nIcr ASK FOR BRrrI ON SALE EVERYWHERE MIME rNME 7111 CUIH MiNi WELT U We Serve the Best SodaWatein at 5c per Glass pure and- toothsome Prices I SAMPLE SALE DRESS SKIRTS HALF PRICE 298 for Skirts Worth 400 and 500 398 for Skirts Worth 6 and 750 When you can buy a wellmade stylish skirt for half price is a bargain opportunity that comes but seldom Are you going to be wise and act accordingly Think it over carc fully All of the skirts are plaited models in various style e plaitings The materials are allwool Panamas and Sicil ians in black navy and brown also some neat check or stripe lightweight tropical suitings Skirts that were made to sell at 409 500 600 and 750divided for quick selling into two bargain lots The 4 and 5 Skirts for 293 The 6 and 750 Skirts for 398 Il oo 0 COUNTY BOARD Meets and Selects Day Poi Hlbernlan Annual Out In9 The County Board met Wednesday night at 4he halt of Division 4 and after much deliberation decided IIn favor of a semifield day and picni for the Ancient Order of Hibernian on Saturday July 20 at which ther would be an oldfashioned pro gramme of Irish music and field sports The committee In charge iis Messrs Joe Lenihan Peter Cusick Joseph Lynch and D J Coleman The outing will be held at Summers Park at the end of the Fourthstreet car- line and a speaker of prominent will be secured for the occasion Features will be a ball game and iu tug of war The committee will vist all the divisions as soon as possible and enlist their assistance As thi proceeds will go to the fund for en tertaining the State convention that meets In this city next year the committee will tryand make the celebration the largest and most suc cessful In the history of the order John A Murphy tendered his resIg- nation as County President his business necessitating his absence Iron the city a great part of the time but at the request of all present he wiu induced to withdraw it for the pres entThe reports of the various Score taries showed the divisions in the city to be flourishing and because of the many candidates wRIting the degrees it was determined to soon hold another initiation the date tc be set by the degree team The board adjourned to meet next witli Division 3 on June 0 CHANCE FOR CHARITY Catholics May Aid Woman Club and St Anthonys- Hospital The Catholic women of the city ar iffercd an excellent opportunity U isslst the building fund of the Cath slit Womans Club and St Anthony Hospital These two have secured three days June 3 4 and tfc for r cloffce at ten cents a plate and be sides this generous and free offer Irs Haffner who is giving free lessons in baking at tins New York Itore purposes to pay for all orders aken and also to donate 50 In gold to the church or society securing the argest number of orders Mrs llaff ler has a national reputation and invites the Catholic ladies of Louis Ille and vicinity 1o visit her any tfternoon at 3 oclock on the Sixth floor of the New York Store where he will remain until June 5 The fWends of the Romans Club and St Anthonys Hospital are urged a take ihls matter in hand at once as they nay thus be placed so they cuii quickly earn a handsome sum of money for both institutions Every lay there will be free lessons in bak- Ing and preparing fine salads etc lad we are asked to say that all who can will be welcome FAVORS UNIONS Bishop Horstmann Speaks Plain to Cleveland Build ers Exchange Bishop Horatman who has frequently shown himself the ardent riend of labor in a notable address before the Cleveland Builders Ex hang had this to say of Rocke tiller and his kind The system tha squeezes immense profits from the blood of labor is wrong The condition which forces a man to accept nine dollars a week on which to rear and educate a family aye and to accept the fiances of accident with that pit tance cries tp heaven for vengeance And If employers respVnsible for uch things expect any happiness ther than what they can get on artk I am afraid they will be dis- appoInted The BIsh9p declared that we are standing on the edge ofa- v ilcaso andhat we may see the d ay when it will break forth and be working men long deprived of SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice PresidentJames J Kllkelly Recording Secretary ThomaeI Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan Sergeantotarma James Doran w DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentDan McKenna Treasurer Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaiv ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth ant MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording SecretlLryJohn 1ITorrls Financial Secretary JoLn Hesslo 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergeantatarmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl llott Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial rcretary It E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenihan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County presidentLouis Constan tinePresldentJobn Kennedy Vice PresidentB Coyle Recording Secret iry T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney Marshall M Garrlty Banner Bearer J G Cole Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank Q Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside t1nelAdolphrl Andrlot Outside Sentinel O rge Bartsch their rights may rise as they have done before and demand them Employers and employes must some tack to a recognition of the principle of the brotherhood of man said fhe Bishop The principle of the golden rule is the only driftedsociety The two classes have far apart The employer does not know his men He does not care to The Bishop spoke of The evolution in industrial methods which have made workmen little more than animated machines Unionism he said could not be put down and he declared it would be a misfortune if it would be He indorsed the right of men to organize under the banner of trade unionism which should be tinder the control of good men The address of the Bishop was followed with marked nttentlon and at its conclusion his hearers expressed their appreciation of It BOOKS ALL RIGHT The Auditing Committee of the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary met Monday night at the residence of Mrs Daniel Dougherty on West Market street and audited the books of the organization which were found correct and well kept and showed the auxiliary in a splendid financial condition After the work of the evening the committee was entertained by Mrs Dougherty with a Dutch luncheon that vas ohArm ugly served and greatly enjoyed o eelsOur Candies are Popular OF AT JEFFERSONVILLE I OWENSBORO Sarto Members Making Prep arations For Coming Grand Council Sarto yerJImeeting last week re celving one application and electing one candidate The Central Commit tee to handle the Grand Council wa appointed and Is composed ol Messrs Fred W Arnold Charles Dorn A B Oberst Charles Borboui and August Graf delegates to past councils This committee will appoint as many subcommittees as needed to handle the details of the convention work They have the entertainment outlined and will make the stay of the Grand officers and delegates something to be remembered as long as they live Sarto will formally open their new quarters with a reception pro gramme by the Ladles Auxiliary and a dance on Wednesday evening May 20 The Y M I will have a home second to exceptIng a few years will have a home that winningballa constantly Increasing membership are all helping 4to push No 214 for ward Its a hustling organization whentheyHONORS FOR PRIEST Baccalaureate Sermon at Rockport Delivered by Father Jockum Last Sunday evening the Rev Father William A Jochum pastor of St Bernards church delivered the graduatIng pupils of Rockport Ind being the first priest to be thus honored in that State it being unusual to invite Catholic priests to deliver sermons on occasions of this kind The honor is also marked from the fact that there is but one Catholic In the class Miss Jennie Zita flullivnn but the other members all cast their votes for her candidate Father Jochum is one of the most popular as well as one of the most learned men in tills prosperous little city and his address was much appreciated by Catholics and nonCatholics Tomorrow evening the commence ment exercises will be held in the Armory Hall to which we have re ceived an invitation but regret Inabil- Ity to be present Miss Sullivan who is one of the brightest members of her class will have for her subject The Dignity of Labor which will be well cared for In her hands JAMES Cl ROACH Wrltes New Irish Drama With Neither Red Coats Nor Burlesque One of the most interesting evolu tions of the revival movement among the children of the Gael nil over the world is the completion of an Irish drama by James Connor Roach Mr Roach in his new play The OGor man has very little use for old time material but nevertheless has evolved a play that Is Irish in every line of it that bristles with epi grams and abounds In a crop of wit and humor fragrant as the heather of Maglllcuddyfl Reeks in Kerry where the stirring scenes of the play are laid There are no redcoats in sight at netsofsituations in which the presence ot the soldiers would be highly gratifying to eome of the the play There are no ragspThere are no funny men There are no drinking drooling hags There is no informer Mr Roach starred for years in Irish productions and wrote ser of his own plays the last of raI was Rory of the 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