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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tr KENTUCKY IRISH MThRICAN r CLNIhVOLUME ISUCCESSOR Of St Patrick Itcvclved Royal- Welcome In New York i Harbor Week of Solemn Pageantry liH Brought to Close Tills Afternoone Armagh Men Gave the Irish I Primate a Grand Reception GREATJIME FOR THE CATHOLICS I Today will close the greatest eight l days Intme history of Jfcv York The festivities of the old Knicker bockers the stirring times of aboli tion tie return of her troop lh the civil and SpanishAmerican wars all pale into insignificance beside the festal ceremonies that have attended the diocesan centenary of the fore most see in the United States Be ginning with the reception of Cur dinal Logne last Saturday and eon tinning through the entire weep until the street procession of laymen concludes this afternoon the city of New York has been the scene of Catholic splendor that makes pageants of the Old World seem small Archblsfiop Farley as head of the archdiocese of New Yorrf was as a matter of course the cell tral figure but to many there was one who took part in the celebration who held greater interest than the Archbishop Cardinal Gibbons or the Papal Delegate and that one was Cardinal Michael Logue Archbishop of Armagh Primate of All Ireland and one hundred and fourteenth sue cesfor of St Patrick To the hundreds of thousands of Irish Catholics not only In the archdiocese of Now York but in the whole United States lila coming was like the advent of St Patrick to the shores o a land a that dins become a newer and u greater Ireland Cardinal logne is sixtyseven years old but is as active as a man of twenty years younger This is his first visit to America He left Queenstmvn on Ute steamer Lucania on Kawter Sunday accom panted by his private secretary the Right llcv Dr Browne Bishop of Cloyiie and the letters secretary The Lucania arrived off Sandy b Hook about midnight Friday but on account of the dense fog at was al most 3 oclock In the afternoon be fore the steamer approached quar antine From early in the morning oJ Archbishop Farleyandl a party of Sew Yorkers were aboard the steamer Isabel awaiting uu oppor tunity of meeting and greeting the Primate of Ireland and his com panions Then tin fog lifted but tho salt did not appear and Cardinal1 Log eS first glimpse of America tens through a cold gray mist If the land appeared cold and blenU the people made up for it When the Isabel and ithe Lueania touched sides the Irish Cardinal saw the Archbishop of New York and more than 100 of sew Yorks clergymen nnl more than SOO Jlrishinerieans na tives of his own County Armagh lie saw hundreds of Irish and American flags on the steamer Isabel wiring Mini a welcome he heard American bands playing Irish airs and he mais I have said with the Apostles Lord it is good for iw to be here Cardinal Logue and Isis party were transferred to the IsabelI and brought to New York anti escorted to the archepiscopal residence of Archbishop Farley lie was much fatigued Uti the result of his ocean voyage but a good nights rest worked wonder for him Monslgnor Lavelli1 Vicar General of the diocese celebrated the solemn high mass of thanksgiving at St Pttrlcks Cathedral on Sun day Archbishop Farley preached tin sermon nnd Cardinal Loguc win oc cupled the throne during the muss delivered the final benediction Then were solemn high masses in every church In the archdiocese tint morn- Ing and In many cases the sermon were preached by visiting prelates On Monday a mass for the chi fret t was celebrated in every burnt am on Tuesday the grand religious eele bratlon of the centenary was held ute StPatrlcks Cathedral Cardinal Login Ptrleks Cathedral Cardinal Logo wag celebrant of the muss while Cat dinal Gibbons of Baltimore deliv ered the sermon Nearly every Arch bishop in the United States assistc at this mass and each Archblsho ovsashonor while each Bishop was accom panted by his chaplain Thtf mag nlficcnt pageant will never bo for gotten by those who had the priv ilege to witness it On Wednesday o nolemn PontiMca mass was celebrated for the chlldre of the pnrochial schools and a choru of 4000 children filled tie Cathedra choir nUll sang the music 01 th mass Bishop Burke of Albany wu celebrant On the same evening tli laity held n grand demonstration n Carnegie Hall Former Justlc Morgan J OBrien presided nod m1 dresses were delivered by lion Jolt r J Delaney Dr James J Walsh Pat Fuller Cardinal Logue Archblsho Tarley and Hon Bourke Cochran Thursday was the day sot apai fora solemn muss of requiem for tli dead prelates of New York TJiun day evening the visiting prelate were entertained by the Catholic Club Friday the Cathedral was tr scene 6f the solemn Pontiflqal votU mas to thlA Sacred ileart Tli afternoon the festivities dose wit III ti the laymens street parade when 40000 men will be in line I QUEEN OF MAY Will Be Duly Honored by Devout Members of Church The Catholic church honors Mary the mother of God in a particular manner during this beautiful month of May lt is the month of flowers und In every church and chapel the devout children of Mary Immaculate lay their votive offerings at her shrine In anany churches pro cessions arc held in her honor and as far as ds convenient some special prayers or service are offered up each day The May day procession at St Johns church was held nt 730 oclock Thursday evening The members of the Young1 Ladles Sodality carried the statue of the Blessed Virgin through the aisles A brief instruc lion and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament followed Between 150 and 200 boys and girls will tike pant in ifche May procession at Sacred Heart church ut 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon The rotary serna and dE5Mai tfil fv low The Very J Cronin vafay celebr church nt 1 Slyn evening Nearly MOO children wcill take part At St Louis Bertrands the regular Rosary procession will toke place and the fifteen banners will be carried by members of the Young Ladies Sodality The recita lion of the rosary a brief instruction md benediction or the Blessed Sac nincnt will follow The statue of the Blessed Virgin will be crowned by Mary Algnes OConncll the crown Will be carried by Mary Agnes Doherty and Mary E Ring and Margaret Hammond will rend the net of consecration COMING STRONG Division 4 Held Another Meeting and Got New Members Since aJivflsion 4 moved back to its old hone in Limerick each suc ceeding meeting seems to bring it new members n better attendance and moro enthusiasm President Julia If Hennessy occupied the chair Monday night find was proud of the showing made by lea division Joseph and Thomas Nnughton were elected to Mucby1ldoon were obligttedr Jo1itrTotnan and James Monroe were reported on the sick list while Robert Mitchell was eieeted to fill the vacancy on the Visiting Committee caused by tie resignation of Thomas Lynch County President John A Murpli made an address urging all ihat could conveniently do so to join the Marciing lobvso itjlipt Louisville Hibernians would make Ia handsome lulyUndershort addressees were made by At torneys William A Perry J H Will iams and William P McDonogh and Dr E L Kearns and James McKer nan To add to the entertainment of the evening one of Division Knew members Frank Sweeney and Michael Welsh one of the old guard sang ballads in admirable style WIDE PUBLICITY A Mile rrom Town Is Many Advertis IIGiven AdvantagesI IIngs Louis J Kieffer Chairman of Mncklns Councils Opera Committee IH a busy man these days In midi lion to thp rehearsals jn which he lies to take part he bus to attend pllbliclt work been done that there are few people in Louisville who lire not russ are that A Mile Front Town is to be produced at Mncnuleys Theater on thu evenings of Monday Tuesday Dud Wednesday May 18 10 and 20 Mr l offer mill his confreres oa thexfirst night A Mile Front Town will advertise itself Aiv excellent cast 1 1a large chorus of superior merit HMirkling nuisto and catchy rtiyithmlo songH an orchestra espe cially trained for tile purpose and I suitable scenery will nil tend toward milking u production nH nnnr perfect as possible Aulyn ICanston the composer of tie opera will take one II of the leading parts and will also Al1f given strictly under the composers concep tion of what it ought to toe VINCENTIAN CONFERENCEI l SolwhichsI programmeIproposed includes religiouso sermons by distinguished divines and s the trading of original papers ant d e discussion thereon by members of the societyo l j IROYALLY RECEIVED n i11 Iron La Vega Clements of Owens P boro State President of the Younjg Mens Institute delivered a lecture a t Frankfort last Monday night nnde e tiio auspices of Lambert Young Coups ell The hull was crowded and Presl s dent Clements held ths attention o ie his audience throughout He wa e introduced bytllc Rev Fathe c Thomas Major After the lecture 3- Ix Clements was entertained lit a ban it queijj at the Trankfort Hotel L1r I DISGRACEFUL 1 Thnt I Is U Very Mild Term For j the Latest Kepuhltcan Primary Cries of Fraud Heard Front Every Ward anil From County Pollee Were Willing Tools In Hands of the Alleged Reformers AffIDAVITS ARE INTERESTING An alleged Republican primary was leld in Louisville last Saturday afternoon The object was to select del egates to the State convention to bo held in this city next Wednesday and t rtfti lAttiat the personnel old indicate the ty of Republican btertwTWSW identfalnomina lon and for Congress from this dls rlct Some of the dally papers re ferred to what actually happene ns a farce Instead it was a tragedy Not since Bloody Monday was the will of the people of Louisville BO trampled upon and throttled Thero were cries of force and fraud In every vnrd and louder than all was the howl front the County convention The latter was held In the basement i oC the Court House beneath the marble statue of Henry Clay nnd In1 the shadow of the City Hall The tame the halt the blind the deaCr even men without legs were brought front the Alms House seven miles away and dumped at the Court House to vote at the behest of the I alleged reformers now In control of the citys eleemosynary institutions and leaders of the Taft bureau- It I was not a row that con-cernedmocratsiD e polut but It was a lesson to the Democratic voters just the same It gave them a forecast of what will happen In November when elections are held under the law It showed to what baso uses the police can be put and how the erstwhile Democratic police jffieers became sycophants fawning ut the feet of the Republican members of the Board of Public Safety The Democrats do not care a rap Tom a political standpoint about last Saturdays primary but they are concerned about What Is to come Even Mayor Grinstencl refused to stop the rape of the ballot after ho was milled to time by the Hon 15 L jwjithmey of Anchorage who repre sented Jefferson county In the lust legislature Mr Gwathmey is n Re publican tried mid true None of his Democratic opponents ever ac cused him of crooked work but have ever found him a foeman worthy of heir steel When Mr Gwathmey raw hint was going on ut the county onvention in the Court House he hurried to Mayor Grlnstends ofllco anti told the citys Chief Executive what was happening 1 want you to go and witness It with your own eyes appealed Mr Ciwathniey to the Executive I decline to go replied the May nr for I do not care to witness my partys disgrace Mr Gwathmey quoted the Mayor io this effect to a number of prominent Republicans Later Mr Gwath mey was asked If he had been quoted correctly Absolutely he replied Have you any objection to the use of your namu in the matter Not the slightest ho replied Those were the words used by tho Mayor I have not hesitated to quote liini and have no hesitancy in doing so nowSo for the count but there were knockdown and dragout fights In a majority of the wards Tho primary was held under no law Strode or national The motto seemed to be Do It to the other fellow you cant be punished The police were everywhere In evidence and more shame for Louisville It was erstwhile Democratic timber that did the fighting for the disreputable end of the Republican forces Dont say that fares a olicu officer and he whines Do you want to take my name away Do you want to rob my children of bread and meat Why not1These beggars on horseback will ride to the devil fIt the political wisp of lay is held In I front of their eye- sGREAT THRONGS At Sacred Heart Retreat iinI Honor of Patron Saint Immense crowds visited the Sacret 1 Heart Retreat Tuesday to witnes S the celebration of the feast of St t Paul of the Cross the patron of th e thmorninge chapel was all too small and man e heard mass and attended vesper s from tile doors and windows I The solemn high mass at 10 oclocl was celebrated by time Rev Fathei Rotheut of St Francis church wit tt the Rev Father Hartig of New Or r leans as deacon and Rev Fathe Augustine of Sacred Heart Rdtreat as subdeacon The sermon Val t preached by the Very Rev Fathe S Henry Miller C P director of tit r monasteirItlvns an able effortl ntrbriefly of St Bar of the Crossgrtrayed the history of the order from its foundation until the present time Solemn vespers were sung at 330 oclock and were followed by benediction of tIC most Blessed Sacra ment Tile relic of St Paul was exposed for the veneration of the faithful all day So many were un able to attend the services Tuesday that It has been determined to give a special blessing with the relic of St Paul at the services beginning at 330 oclock tomorrow aftern- oonQPNING Of the Catholic Womans Club 4 Will Be a Joyous Occasion Splendid Quarters Provided and 4 Everything Is Clean and New Central Location Gives Busy J Men Chance For Noon Luncheon VERY WORTHY IS THE ENTERPRISE IJ llright clean wholesome and we11I ienliljiUcd is a good way to describe the new quarters of the Catholic t Womans Club on the north side of Walnut street ibXtvytCI1 Sixth and 1 Seventh Although tiiurviiew clubhouse which was formerly the old IVnverley Hotel was lunch tic boarders anti for noon h u week ago the formal opening will take place next Monday Tuesday and 1 Wednesday All friends of the insti t- tutlOI1 are invited to pny it a visit on one of the days The now club house is not an or s unto structure but it Is comfortable ipaeious and convenient It hilts three floors above ithe basement and every part of it is fresh neat and tleIII In parts of it ifrhe carpet t nun and upholsters lave been at work elsewhere can be noted the nilllIl visitation of the painter and nlcimincr 11111 again the handicraft j tiC the trained plumber is visible It hils forty separate and distinct be t Founts and if pushed the club can provide slenping quarters fur lTi young women Each tad every room I is neatly furnished hind the corridors ure carpeted tastefully r On Ithe ground floor Jire the admin istrationi o v coimnittcfiyj oQmjia hirgo amid airy parlor the library 111111I three commodious dining rooms in J the basement Is the laundry sloIii room and kitchen with space enough left to provide for ninny mire faei 1 i ties The sleei ding rooms fur tthe eirls are located on the hecond aiu third floors with six bath rooms on each floor The lavmtorlcs and baths ore IHW and according titt the latest sanitary design The dining rooms are neatlyuudI attractively furnished The unpery nlone is eondnclve to good appetite The Hoard of Lady Managers are making a special effort to secure the patronage of busy men who of neces silt have to take a hurried luncheon II1tl1l1 noon hour Tim bill of fare is changed every day dud on Fridays special care is given so that those who do not eat meat will find same thing ithat will supply its plaee The Catholic Womans Club was founded about six years ago The good women who were behind it en listed tthe sympathy of the lute Father Bouehet That saintly soul saw and appreciated what those good women were trying to do lIt hulpivj them bymoil deed and example Miss Maggie ludge Mrs Matt ODohcrty Mrs Chiirles Smith Mrs B D Muttingly Mrs William T Meehnn Miss Rose Ann Qulnn and n score of others have never filtered in their purpose to secure pernianeui quarters for the club Its aim and object is to provide u hone for Cnth olio girls who are without parents strangers 111 the city It also affords a home to girls who are not strang ers but are homeless to ill Intents and purposes The new Nub nouso entailed an ex pense of 10000 Of this T000 was jmirt III cash An additional ex penditure of 1000 was made necis nary to secure the needed sanitary improvomeivtst A debt of 9000 still hangs over the establishment but tit ladles most Interested hope to raise nt least 1000 of this through the work of the young people who are preparing Ito give The Mikado early in June I IFOnmn UKSIDKXT DEAD Intelligence of the death of Martini Garvey a former citizen of Louisville at East St Louis last Sunday wan received In this city on Monday The deceased is survived by a brother James Gnrvey of St Xavier street and a sister Mrs Martin OMeara ofr Mono Ind He was also a brother of the late Michael and Joseph Our 1fey and nn uncle of Tom and Dave Garvey and Judge Patrick T ant John J Sullivan Sr Mr Gnrvey was eat one time nn active member of St Michaels parish but removed to East St Louis more than thirty years ago CARDINAL TO OFFICIATE Cardinal Gibbons iwill pronounce thc invocation nt the laying of the car- r nerstone of the new 1000000 horn9 of the Bureau of American Republic at Washington on May 11 A commit tee composed of John Barrett s Director of the Bureau Senor Calvei r Minister of Costa Rica Senor Cm a e Minister of Chile and Senor Godoy Charge dAffalres of the Mexican r Embassy waited upon the Caul- l11l at Baltimore last week and invited y him to officiate 0- a I TALL FIGURES 11I Parochial Schools Make Big Saving For XonCiithollc Taxpayers nitncilsu Contract of Catholic- KduiutorH in Greater New York Grades and Courses Must Keep Pace With the Citys Schools STATISTICS ARE INTERESTING j I There are hundreds of thousands of American people who do not op predate thalt the Catholic parochial schools of this country arc saving the nonCatholic taxpayers millions of dollars The figures sound big but they are none the less true The figures and they are authentic have not been compiled by Catholics but by special writers on the New York moil other Eastern dully papers in Greater New York there are 101000 children attending tile Cath ollc parochial schools at an annual cost of 1500000 The mud is notI contributed In the way of fees for tuition ns Ls done by parents or guardians of children who are in tins private schools but it is a general charge upon the church revenue in parishMoreover system of edit satlon is maintained in the Catholic archdiocese of New York A child hunter a kindergarten and pass ilirougircOinplete elementary sec I ondary and collegiate courses to the degree of Bachelor o AJand tape ncdichupecialor for the priesthood in Cutback in stitutions Tliero ore within rfre archdiocese 132 elementary schools with a total registration of 65152 In these schools are 0il religious teach specialinstructorsi teachers or one for each group of fortyfour children on the basis of registration A large proportion of the teachers are women very few of those connected with the schools III tilt parishes outside of the iinetro politnn urea of tile diocese which includes Yonkers Manhattan the Itronx crud Richmond being men Not allof tit parishes have schools In Manhattan for instance parishesher0systemingrowIlIgu year The value of the parochial school buildings average 00000 each and a few are valued at from 180000 to 200000 1 Every effort is iniulu tn have them fireproof and fire drills lire port of theI school life of the children The value of tilt Catholic parochial schoolI property Oil tIlt island of Manhattan is 00IOO Some of the schools rank in size with urnnyof the public schools The Sacred Heart school of which MOD signer Moouey Viear General of the diocese Is director has an enrollment- ofi VOO The school connected with thin old St Patricks church In the Italian suction of till Kant Side hits the names of more than 2000 chi circa on its registers III all of the parochial schools the course of stuclJ1s divided Into grades nod subgrndes to correspond exactly to ithe grading and course of study In the public schools TJii permits n child Ito change front one school lo another without Toss o I tine A minimum of manual train lug Js taught there being no shop work for boys for instance TJiren of the parishes St Patricks Cathe deal Our Lady of Lourdes and St Gabriel have high schools Incorpor meted by time Regent tit till State or New York with full fouryear courses for both A oys and girls Two of these leave special courses in sub beets such as music drawing Irencb Latin elocution and physical culture- If these 100000 Catholic school children were attending the citys public schools it would entail an additions expense of 5000000 n year to pay for their tuition If tilt Catholic schools were abandoned mid the pupils thrust upon the cltyn educational system ninnynew build lags would have to bo erected be cause there Is not room now to ne commodate the 000000 children Ill pupils19at v said of New York Is alike true though time figures arc smaller in proportion of Boston Philadelphia hail iniOre St Louis St Paul Cincinnati Cleveland Louis vllle and hundreds of other cities nnd towns in the United States I i iALL IS READY Mackin Members Waiting for Opportunity to I IHonor Trinity I The meeting of Mnckin Council Tuesday night wus devoted almost entirely to the transaction of neces sari business One application wais received Louis J Kieffer Chairman of the Mile From Town Committee reported that the outlook for a sue cessful production of the opera wac bright that each succeeding clay brought now encouragement to thi committee and that evcrytiiln augured success Mr Kieffer alsi distributed among Mackina member a number of attractive postal curd These cards carry the photograph 01 Miss Leota Blerach as she will in iher character of Snooks dot operad tll Il Kieffer also told the mem to advise their friends to secure apt CI 1 is is soon as possible otter the sale jpens on May 14 The committee i ranging for tile joint meeting bet and Trinity Councils announced that Tuesday night of next week Trinitys members would lie the guests of Mackin und that they would be properly entertained President Robert T Burke commended the work of the committee and stated that it was the desire of the officers of Mackin to hold these joint meetings more regularly and more frequently FORTY YEARS Bishop of Louisville to Cel AnniversaryQuietly Sunday May 24 will be the fortieth anniversary of the consecration of the Right Rev William George Me loskey as Bishop of Louisville and the event will be quietIand re igiously celebratol cat the Cathedral of the Assumption on May 24 25 and 26 Advanced nigc and multitudinous arcs have told heavily on our Bishop recently and while ha is mentally astt sound as ever he is constrained to iiislband Ms strength Instead of nn elaborate celebration of Bishop McCloskey consecration anniversary the faithful of the diocese will visit1 the Cathedral on one of the thro days of the triduum to offer thanks for Ills long life and to ask the Almighty ithat ho nay be spared- to us a while longer On each of the three days the sacrament of confirmation will be administered 1o those children ihnd adults who have not yet received it It is estimated that not less than 1000 will receive the sacrament that makes us soldiers of Christ within the three days The Right rev John B Morris Hlllltol of Little tock will administer the sacrament m each of the three days No social Celebration of the anniversary Is con templated SOLEMN KITES Grand Pageant When Mon + signor OConnell Isv Consecrated The Right or Denis OConncll who rceonized Bishop several in M5tii1 wlto is President of thefjfw o e Jnlversity at Washington L vlll be consecrated at tliBu of Baltimore tomorrow Plic rersiiy faculty presented the thofdHand t lio lay students his crozier J The ceremonies will begin uifMti clock Cardinal Uibons wil1 lip t ionsecrntor with rchbishopc- of Dubnqne and rcitbishupt foc lf tlr ineiiinutt as assistants The lies Father 1 A McCallan S S of St ilnryn Seminary will be muster of cremonics assisted by the Rev icorge Dougherty secretary to the tishopelett The sermon will be preached by the Rev Dr T S Slut Jhuh jirofessor of church history lit the Catholic University Pie niisiu will be on a grand scale and twill Ins rendered by the Oathedral md seminary choirs The numbers tiC the faculty of the university in their academic robes will occupy seats in the sanctuary during the ceremonies also the faculties of th affiliated colleges CKOW1 ENJOYED Concert Under Auspices of Advisory Board of the C K and L of A Between 600 and 700 people crowd ell St Ixjiiis Iiertr lid s Hall Plan tiny night of last week to attend the concert given under the auspices of the Advisory Board of the Catholic Ivniglits and Ladies of America In teresting uddrcwses on timely topics were mude by the ery11evFather T R Clark 0 P amt Newton G Rogers Between the various vocal and literary numbers Scnllys Bund played popular airs Dr P S Gun was compelled to re spond to an encore for his admirable performance on the piano Miss Mary 1Msher charmed all with lice omlc vocal selections anti Miss Mabel Ray In u recitation Tho Progress of Madness won loud applause Thomas D Clines made a hit with u comSc recitation Others on time pro gramme were Miss Florence Knst in vocal selections Mist Gertrude C Brill piano and Misses Frances KlueheiH and Nellie Jnhnnn vocal duct John Score presided and intro duced the speakers CARDINAL DIES SUDDENLY I Cardinal Gennaro Portanova Arch bishop of Reggio was stricken with paralysis while preparing to celebratet mass last Saturday and died almost immediately Cardinal Portanova svlt I born In Naples in 1845 and was ap pointed Archbishop of Reggio ill1 Calabria in 1899 GENERAL CHAPTER rTho priests of the order of St Pau- ltof II the Cross will hold a Genera1I Chapter In Rome next month These I General Chapters are held every slxtl year and are of great importance I The order In the United States willI be represented by the Very Rev Francis Fldells C P Provincia1 r with leadquarters at West Hoboken t N J Rev Father Justin Carey C 3 Pot and Rev George Basel C P al1 of the Eastern Province The West- ernfr Province with headquarters a1t r St Louis will be reprasented by Very e Rev Charles Lang C P Rev Phllij iDlrkC P anti Rev Dents Carlegee s iC P The delegation sailed from NOT 9 York yesterday r 0- a WONDERFUL 1 Achievements of tho Founder of Third Order of St Francis rn Humble German Peasant Girl Who Never Faltered in Her Worko Her Community Built Convents and Hospitals Throughout the Land s WAS BURIED EASTER MONDAY r A fact not noticed in the Louisville daily papers last week was the death of Mother Mary Bernsidlne the r rencrablo founder ol the Third Order of St Francis which occurred at HolyTJlurlJdllwas seventyfour years of age and y although she began life in America an untutored girl her achievements are not only remarkable but little short of miraculous Her funeral 11 took jjiuw from St Luajiuij vent Syracuse on Easter Mondayymorning with the Very Rev IJr Louis Miller formerly pastor of St i celebrontjofiJIUlghtgave the final benediction Anna Morn the tobefounder of J the Third Order of St Francis was t born in a little country village in Germany She was one of six children four girls and two boys Their parents were devout Catholics and time only legacy they had to leave their children was the gift of faith When a mere child Anna announced leer intention of going to America and founding an order for the care of the sick and infirm In her four teenth year she went into the service of some of her rich neighbors as is girlsAlthoughgreater part of her earnings Anna put away a few marks each month mid in her seventeenth year ski finally accumulated enough moueJjto pay her passage to the United States and to sustain her until she workIl In Phila Hijijgd soon afterward obtaine1 fMiop as ellllstrlefiSiu Jf 1tk 1tcr did lII r eiytmt ltR the went to the saintly III andCached his permission e the enttr1re oO dear 1It r The Bi did not ii- remlllJ here ghteinsus nn ei old German peasant girl askii ijimission to institute a new order of Sisters with two girl friends whom p she laid infected with her own zeal and wino were anxious to follow In her footsteps He informed Miss Porn that the matter was one whlca needed very careful consideration and that he saw little hope of grant- Ing her request In some time If nt nil So the girl went back to her vork only to return again and again to time Bishop asking him if the time bud not come yet And she always met the same reply At last the Unit came when the Bishop was ap roached by different workers and tiin a different manner There was talk of the establishment of the Third Order of St DomInIc in tho diocese and Bishop Neumann who approved the plan went to Rome to ask the consent of Pope Plus IX to theenterpriseBut Third Order of St DominIe asked Ills holiness Whynot the Third Order of St Francis Bishop Neumann thought of time little German girl and her en thusiasm and he decided that he had received a sign from heaven So lie Voturned to Philadelphia sent for Miss Dorn and sanctioned time found- Ing of the order On April 0 1835 Sister Bernadino was invested and on May 20 1850 site ttt S professed From that time until her death her labors never ceased She went from city to city from town to town She established hospitals founded or phan asylums herself taking charge and making plans with a generalship that was the wonder of all who knew her The order which she had found ed Increased rapidly until now It is one of the largest in the country- In 1809 she went to Syracuse and founded St Jtosephs Hoslpital of which she was Sister Superior for seventeen yearn and which will stand as an enduring monument to her memorj On August 12 1900 abe- celebrated her olden jubilee there nit St Anthonys convent and was honored by pore than n hundred Sisters of the order from all parts of the country The Rev Dominic ttRomoxto be present at the ceremonies Since then she has divided her time between St Clares convent in Utica and St Anthonys convent at Syra cuss She is survived by three sisters Sister Annie of St Josephs Hospital at Syracuse and Sister Dalorosa or St Elizabeths Hospital Utica and Mrs Barbara PaulI of Syracuse anU bv two brothers Edward Dorn oft Utica and John Dorn of Germany MARRIED AT COVINGTON Miss Nora Matilda halter and John James Harrlgan prominent yoimj people of Covington were married at the Church of the Immaculate Con ception In Unit city on Saturday7 ot list week The Rev Father James i McNerney performed the nuptial rite After a trip through the East Mr v and Mrs llarriffan will begin housekeeping in Chicago a pIiIir yr xa T TKNIUO y IRISH AMII2ICA1 T l1li KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememcnof Irish Americans ad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 entered at the Louisville Poitolllce as Second Claas Hatter n h Addis all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West D roes St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY t MAY 2 1908 i NO CATHOLICS NEED AlIIA Andrew Carnegie gave Louisville quarter of u million dollars to estab lisle a fre library but the taxpayer of Louisville contribute upward 01 30000 a year for its maintenance It was to be a library for all the people not for any one scot or class lire Catholics of Louisville and theycon stttutc a very considerable portion of the population have no repre sentation on tIle Library Hoard Tax nation wtitliout representation throughout the Colonies caused vexation and led io the Revolution of 177C During the present week the terms of three members of the Library Boatel expired The retiring members were Col Robert W Brown who had been its Secretary since its Inciplency Col Bennett IF Young for more than thirty years identified with Louisville 1braries and Dr Chester Mayer who succeeded the lade Dr John A Ouchterlony ns a member of the board Mayor Grin stead lies appointed to succeed them Frank P Straus nn attorney Dr Charles E Hcmphlll a Presbyterian minister and Alfred H Pintle an li Kurnnce agent A number of energetic Catholic business and professional men asked Mayor Qrdnstead to name at least one Cattiolic on the board They submitted a list of names of men who are scholars and who have ithe interest of the city at heart His Honor failed to show his appreciation of his Catholic constituents by nam ing one of them as member of the board of which lie is exofficio the head I NEEDS THE NEGROES I The city administration is making heroic efforts to troll the negroes In line for ithu Republican party It would never do to give them places in the police and fire departments so the negro workers had to be content with places in the street cleaning department That was all very JfftU for a while but it develops t there are more negro votgfi n places f t o eqt clean s- As a te tsltr110 tnt to ut 1ipt9 iI up0nto ra T tll2 A9 borers Sr t4ie 125 u day The avliite meei ar a elling and threaten to gtd t S ose they do tistys the ParlrBoptlriit wall only make places for sglo laborers in their stead It is currently rumored that after a1 the white laborers retire and negroes are installed that the wages of tlu1 men will be restored io 173 Watch and see- OATIIOIdCS SHOULD APPRECIATE Away off here in Kentucky it 1 Is almost mile to speculate on the growth of the Catholic church in New York and upon the influence the church has had in the upbuilding of the great metropolis of the New World Had we not better take instead the editorial comment of titNew York Times a nonsectarian nnd an unbiased daily journal The editor tubttribute to the church last Sundays The growth of the Catholiu church in the United States coincides with the growth of the country It hnq not been proportionately remarkable considering the enormous vitality and influence of the Church of Rome all over the world Therefore it is not strange that New York is th largest Catholic city in the world not strange if it is true The state f meat means merely that a third ol the inhabitants of the greater city are communicants of that branch of the Christian church which has the largest membership The celebration of the centenary of the foundation of the Catholic diocese in New York dsof course an incident of great ImportanceThe thus grown in 100 years from the smallest and poorest beginnings jnst as the city has grown from a small poor town with a few outlying villages to be n metropolis now nearly approaching London dn size and exerting an iIndi viiual influence throughout the world The manner of the growth of the diocese however has been more satisfactory the Catholic than that of tile growth of the metropolis to the citizen The diocese has grown harmoniously and consistently fore sJ8htpat4 lIce economy and wisdom liaye been exerted in its development lowl it stands today as a representa x tdve of the unity and impregnable strength of the Roman church The city has grown uninterruptedly in size and wealth but it Is today a niM8 of unrelated parts as lacking In unity of design as in harmony of t fcpirit If the same kind of well tregulated loyalty and zeal that lies i bees devoted to the upbuilding 6t eu the Catholic church hereabout had uplbuiJdlngbe not merely the second city of 1ho world in population and nvealtli butII perhaps the grcaltcst city the has ever known a municipality of realized Ideals We heartily congratulate our Catholic brethren on the occasion of their celebration on I their prosperity on the good work they have accomplished for humanity find an the beneficial influence their church exerts in this neighborhood THE lON LEAVY MAGAZINE The initial number of the Don eavy Magazine has made its appear once Miss Kathleen Don Leavy who spent several years in Louisville but who as now making her home in pr1prlotorher announcement Miss Don Leavy tates that the magazine will find lIi thanes in religion science biography Fiction poetry art and music From a literary and typographical stand point the new magazine is apparently without a flaw It will ale published very month rind ought to be wort the price one dollar n year IiII WHO KNOWS THE ANSWEHV I While Catholicity continues tc thrive In New York the creeds of out I separated brethren are falling into nnocuous desuetude us Grover Cleveland would say Only 1a few days ago the Protestant ministers in few York who found their congregation dwindling away formed n new or janizatlon the Church Socialisms and tic Bev John D Long of the Park Side Preaby iHi ohnrch iit Brooklyn cxpiaiwenuhtollows liSI TIIr jmio have affiliate wltl organiznti0n have cone epelusion that Christianity N tvork under a competilthc fe+ mercial system and that the tiaugurattion of Socialism is neces Imar o the needs of civilized lutmm sponsc ito this confession tin etat4C the Now York World eery aptly comments Some will take thh to mean that Christianity is insuffi cleat is playedout and Socialism therefore is to be substituted for it That is what the real Socialists mean Socialism that means anything thai is not a mere bland foolish drearily benevolence is the foe of all religion the foe of the home of the tmarriogi tic of society as now organized But these parlor or filigree Socialists some of whom describe themselves as Church or Christian Socialists profess to believe that Socialism am religion can get along together Therefore it may be that Mr Long means that after the competitive commercial system has been laid flat Oiirlslianity will then be able to do its work But the Rev Mr Tong ought to say which of these meanings is his meaning AH he puts it nobody else can tell Many people arc disposed to lool askance upon the auun who squeals about abuses utter he has been rc moved Last week the dally papers teemed with sensational stories ut alleged mistreatment of convicts ot the Frankfort penitentiary Tin statements were etude by Georgi Ohinn who had been removed from iiis position as Waixlen by the state Prison Commissioners Although hide statement was somewhat delayed ii transmission It will stand inveutlga tion and Gov Willson will see that the investigation is thorough I IIhe Evening Times has been vig orous Iin showing up the perfidies of the bogus reformers in the recent Republican primary and deserves I commendation for its generous offer to donate the proceeds of the city printing for ithe next year toward music for the parks and ice for the poor The Journal of Labor of last week has been complimented by those deI votees of labor who perused its columns It is ritrlctly speaking a working mans journal thatLouisvillc has long needed OUTLOOK IS ENCOURAGING The United States Secretary of optdmisUovlewf prevailIj This is one of the most promising yearsjWeeathe1randguess upon The late frosts were not damageItheren and the crops all over jU41tsp1endid r Our WorK s- TALK The OF THE TOWN QUALITY I It5 OUR US MOTTO A TRIAL I SOGIETY i ssssesssessssa Mr and Mrs Richard Brady of Portland spent the week in Loretta as the guests of friends IIrs Mark Harbin of Shelbyville Kit Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Thomas ONell of Jeffcrsonville IWHUam D Chester of Pope street spent several days this week with friends in Cincinnati and Covington IIrs Louis Gerardln will entertain the Enterprise Club at her home 2516 Rowan street next Monda night Misses Eva Lntkemeier and Ros Salcnder have returned to Frankfon after a weeks visit to relatives ir this city Miss Genevieve Ollara has re turned to her home in Frankfort after spending n pleasant week ithII her friends here Mrs M E Kearns and son Martin and Miss Jennie Kearns all of South ouisvlllc arc spending the week with relatives in Nashville Miss Annie Fitzgibbons has re turned from a most enjoyable visit ot Central Citywhere she was the guest of Mr and Mrs George Gordon Henry F Donigan Miss Donignn IhursldaDonigan has taken a cottage for the sunuuer John B Newman who has been very ill at his home in Frankfort vas able to Vie out this week and iJ now on the rapid road to complete recovery rhe stork paid a recent visit to 2120 Portland avenue and left a pretty baby girl to Papa and Mamma William Loyal The parents arc proud of the new arrival Miss Anna Elizabeth Walls and John W Munster popular younEJpetr plo of New Albany were JVaTKed at Holy Trinity cliurcJiJfonday the Rev Father mrnn officiating S Mjvtian Lyons of this city who i1101 a traveling supervisor of telegraph operators for Indiana wits home on a visit this past week to his parents Mr aril Mrs Dan Lyons of 1502 Pope street ICoJ and Mrs Robert M Cunningham of the Highlands have an nounced the engagement of their daughter Miss Kathleen to Matthew L McCabe The wedding will take place early in June I Miss Rose Conroy of 528 Twenty sixth street who has been seriously HI of typhoid fever at Sts Mary and I Elizabeth Hospital for several weeks past is improving rapidly nnd wil soon be able to return home I Dr Ohnrles A Arid and bride wh1IJ was Miss Charlotte Mattingly of Owensboro stopped in Louisville sev eral days en route home from tin East mill were the guests of Dr duds sister Mrs T L Hablch I Ir John T Chawk the well known veterinary spent several days In Lex- Ington tills week partlyon profesl slonal business and partly on pleas ure He made many warm friends during his sojourn In the bluegrass region Miss Liy Hays Simmons anti Edward Wilcox Huber were married li the rectory of the Cathedral of the Assumption at 7 oclock Tuesday evening Miss Courtney Slmmom old Miss Louise Huber were tht brides attendants while the groom wits attended by William Wilcox airl John E Bell Miss Nellie Holburn one of the most charming girls In South Louis ville has succeeded Miss Mninli Higgins who was married this week as a saleslady at Carsons Dry Goods Company Fourth and 0 streets where she will be glad to met and show her friends the latest in tIll dry goods line Miss Mamie huller and Charles F Ratteramtn were united in marriage at St Cecilias church ut 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father A J Brady officiating rIll bride is the accomplished daughter of Joseph Euller of 1078 Portland avenue and the fortunate groom is ti deputy under Sheriff Charles Scholl I William D Chester returned home Thursday after a weeks visit to Cincinnati Bellevue and Lawrence burg During his stay at Bellevue he was the guest of Miss Margaret Fitz gerald and at Lawrenccburg he wari the guest of Miss Julia C Burns both of these young ladies being well known here having been frequent visitors I Miss Eva Rnidy entertained her euchre club at her home 2538 West Main street Wednesday afternoon The prize winners were Misses Eva Raidy Lillie Michaels and Rose Hohmann After the game a delight ful luncheon was served and the hostess was assisted by her mother Mrs Pauline Raidy and her sister Miss Ida Raidy Miss Josie Godfrey of 1201 Eighth Street who sustained a fractured ankle and other injuries a week ago is resting as comfortably as possible nt her home and her many friends from the Catholic Womans Club are making daily visits to her bedside Miss Godfrey has been one of the most enthusiastic workers for the club and her efforts are not without appreciation I iMr and Mrs George A Huber en t retained a few friends at their home 11 teeath near Lexington street Sun dQ i evening Jn honor of the aproachlngmalrioge of their daugh ervMlss Anna 8 Huber and George- A Ifrestagc Aside from the bridal r 9th SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS Q17 xtozrTI AVIt INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON THEATER patty only the immediate member of the families of the contracting pastes were present An elegan supper was served Miss Elizabeth Ahern and Willie O Untiedt were united in the hoi of at St Lout mornIingformed the ceremony The bride waNI ciriclescount of her sweet disposition Tin groom is a rising young business manMrs Thomas Hrennan submitted tin serious surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary on Wednesday but rallied almost immediately ami is now believed to be on the highroad to permanent health Her dill dren Miss Beulah Brennan of thisI city nits AVL Vashlnjgtion of New York Cal Harry Brennmi and Dr Thomas Brennan were at her bedside until after she rallied from the shock of the operation Miss Mary Agnes Mattinglyant James W Spalding both of Nelsor county were married by the Rev Father Charles J OConnell at St Josephs church Bardstown on Tues lay morning and started East or their bridal tour They spent part of the day in Louisville and were tin guests of Mr nnd Mrs Slick Mat tingly at a reception nt SceVbach Hotel Tire bride is a favorite in Nelson countys social circles and tin groom is a sell todo farmer and stock trader Mr and Mrs John J Barry enter tamed Tuesday evening with a Dutch supper in honor of the Kentucky Irish American bowling club Those present were Misses Nellie Finegan Katherine limes Abbie Chester Margie Relihan Mamie ami Margaret Hennessy Messrs D 1 Gleeson Frank J Burke Albert D Gregg IJr John T Chawk Harry S Hcnnessy Jerry J Driscoll and Mr and Mrs John F Oetken ofew Albany Mr and Mrs GjiyEbstermnni and Mr and Mrs Tiiomas M Barry IrMnymc Higgins mill Tamer 11lins popular To y g people ol Oakdale were married nt Holy Nami church Wednesday the Rev Father John OConnor officiating After breakfast with the brides parents Mr and Mrs Michael Higgins 383 Grand Boulevard Mr anti Mrs Jenkins left for Cincinnati on a11 bridal tour They will the at home at the residence of the parents of tit bride after May 10 A large number of their friends witnessed the cere irony and showered the young coupl with congratulations- MissI Katherine Elizabeth Burckc and Joseph Schoncmann Jr wert united in marriage at St Peters church at 10 oclock Wednesday morning the Rev Father Jerome Prcisser officiating Nuptial high mass followed tire wedding ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mrs Margaret Bunched 1847 Maple street and the fortunate groom is the son of Joseph Schonemnnn Sr tire black- smithI at Seventh and Hill streets Mr and Mrs Sclionemann have begun keeping house in South Louisville- St I Anthonys church was crowded Wednesday morning to witness tin ceremony that made Miss Alice Hub buck Mrs Val Dahlem Jr The Rev Father Bonaverture Cicek performei the marriage rite and celebrated tit nuptial aright mass that followed Tin bridal party was tendered a break fast at the home of the bride mother Mrs Sebastian Hubbucli During the afternoon Mr and Mrs Dahlem left for a honeymoon tout through the East On their return they will be wt home to their friend at 2330 West Jefferson street DAY FOR CHILDRENI IGJAD The children of Sacred Heart parish will receive their first holy corn amnion Sunday May 24 curd the sue rnment of confirmation will be ad ministered by Bishop Morris of Llttli Rock about the same time Rev Father Walsh has been training nm instrucMivg his llttla ones for severn months I IASSUAIJ INSPECTIONI I Tliel local commanderies of the Knights of St John will meet at Phoenix Hill Park for annual inspec tOIl at 8 oclock Monday night Col Theodore Poppe will be in command and the inspection will be made lij Col Henry Felhoelter a vcterai Knight and one of tire orders oldest anti most favored officers I IOUASI EUCHRE ry of the A 0 H will hold a grand euchre at Rpbiu sorts Hall Seventeenth and Mali streets next Wednesday evening Thi game will be called at 8 oclocl sharp anti quite a number of hand some prizes will be disposed of Be fore tire euchre several committee urn expected to make interesting reports ATHLETIC CLUB FESTIVAL The Columbian Athletic Club an or ganization of energetic young Catholic men will give its second annual brat uvurst fest and ice cream festival of Zieglers Park Shelby and Ormsbj venue Monday evening A good union band will furnish iterpsichoreai music and there will be no charge for dancing Tire club has arranged for a postponement i ntil Thursday night May S in ease of bad weather DOUBLE WEDDING St Patricks church at StiUitoi was he scene of a double wedding Tuesday the Uev Father John Henry performing both ceremonies TIle contracting parties were Miss Ozett i Buckman and J CRay and Miss Hallie Yates and Gerald Ray I IASQUITH A LAWYER I Iillon Herbert Asquith the new British Premier is the first In 100 fears who has been a practicing member of the bar Twenty years I e Fine FittinG- SprinG Siiirt SPECIALI1 3ffor 275 Values Good Reliable Makes In a large variety of pretty patterns in eluding the new Corn Colors and Blues with wide stripes all made in plaited or negligee coat shirt style with cuffs at tached also white plaited and white negligees decidedly the best values In town 131 for 275 SprinNeckwearto serve you anytime Come and See Us M18MOSESffl ij 1 INCORPORATED MHS AND BOYS COMPLEtE OUTFIIURtS 534 W M8ffl ARTHUR J KIN taut ffjfJeqpGreen FLOWERI FOR CONFIRMATION Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer FLORIST oJ MASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chesinu BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders ago Mr Asquith was associated with Sir Charles Russell in defense of the late Charles Stewart Parnell Through their work the infamous Piggott letters were proven to be I forgeries and the exposure caused ia great revulsion in England in favor of the cause of Ireland KNIGHTS i OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Newport Council expects to send 100 or more nights tothe Initiation at Lexington tomorrow Memphis Council expects to make its Initiation the latter part of this month the best yet witnessed In Ten nessee Charles Carroll Council of ONeill Neb has a splendid new club house I that cost 20000 and is practically paid for- Initiations will be conducted to morrow by the Lexington and Padu calm councils both of which are mak ing splendid progress Since the last general assembly the order has made rapid strides in Mas gachusetts where the mernbershli now numbers over 20000 National Secretary Daniel Colwel will Journey from New Haven Conn to Des Moines for the exempllflcatloi of the fourth degree May 30 Forty councils will be represented at the Kansas State Council to behelc i at Wichita on May 13 Wichita Council expects to Initiate fifty can I dldates on the Sunday preceding the State meeting I The matter of making October 12 u national holiday will come up fog action at the many State councils that meet this month That date is the I anniversary of the discovery of this country by Christopher Columbus ZEALOUS PRIEST DEAD Rev Father John Glllig seventy four years old died at St Edwardt Hospital New Albany last Saturday afternoon He lied been in ill health for a long itime and his death was nut unexpected Ho had labored in South ern and Central Indiana for nearly half a century and is death is deeply regretted Father GilUgs last pus torate was at Mlllheuser Ind and lib body was sent there for burial LYONS IS CHAIRMAN The Floyd County Democratic Ceu tral Committee met and reorganized in New Albany mst Saturday by elect tag the following officers John JJ Lyons Chairman John H McQuiddy Secretary and Frank Green Trea urer All of the new officers are thoroughly capable and popular anl the meeting was thoroughly harmon ious GRACIOUS MADAME NAVARRO Madame Navarro more familiarly known in the United States as Mary Anderson or Our Mary is again in England after nearly a month sojourn in Rome While in nome Madame Navarro gave several read ings from Shakespeare to the students at the Servites College and Miss Mignon Nevada the young Amprican prima donna delighted the collegians with a number of songs rJ a- r 0 We Keep Your Garments They Left OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES ETC iN+04N MWNO +OMNNNs9ON+NNN I 20IA I A RURAL OPERETTAii BETTER THAN THE DREAMERS Macauleys TheatreDIRECTION OF FIR AULYN KANSTON IIAUSPi2 I ClUbIi o NONtON N iNN O d itlWiN Oea MK8K8K8SSX8CeaMS IJ FRANKLIN BANK CAPITAL 10000000 SURPLUS 1000000 IN S1dN S Pnlldn1 DR J C WILLIS Vlei Pres LOREN B WILLIAMSON Vice Pris R C HEAD Cashier We Pay 4 Per Cent InterestrON TIME DEPOSITS SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P HI i 240 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE KY I PIANOS AT A SAVING You can come to this store where the largest Piano stock in the pricehighestWe buy in large quantities which enables us to get a lower price and our experience gives us expert knowledge to select the best from the other kind There are other advantages in buying here but this one point BEST FOR LESSIs the point we know you are most interested in if you are contemplating the purchase of a Piano Save 10800 Write for book about the Armstrong Club This is something you should know about Write today Dont delay Music Jubilee at the Coliseum May 1 and 2 YIONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated a saao FOURTH AVENUE I f116 MS ft Rogers BOOK GO + PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + w o + Give us a call and line of goods They are the W oftheir kind In the city TO ifinost+ BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES f+ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 43 We JefierS011 Street IS Your Dinner Bread WILL BE DELICIOUS IE JMADE VVITH I ICKII WATCH iOR TBtlS I RI JVtIUIVI 4444t4HOUSECLEANING I 11 MADE LIGHT AND EASY BY THE USE OF MAGIC RENEW GLOSS noSI destroy Its original finish and usedIt Is transparent and can be on any color woods It cleans polishes nod veneers and puts new life in your old furniture etc and makes them look like new and last many years longer Looking As the Store iCLEANERiCleans and Renews Carpets Rags Portieres Woolens Clothes Dresses Etc o It removes the dirt as if by magic and reo J J stores the original bright colors No rubbing no work no trouble no peed J i of taking up carpets to clean iAJcntsi NNNNi Oi+N- a o U- n r J4 i w KENTUOKY RISfI AMERIOAN 41 FTHE BIG STORE I +1 OFFERS THIS WJ3JHJH HIGH CLASS SPRING SUITS FOR MEN 1O+ g They are handsome Suits of elegance in the most popular styles and colorings on sale one week from today sipITHE 424 SIIIBetween M MARBLESTONE CO Ii iMILTONq I JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend tints Brooches Rosaries Silverwate etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts I BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West flarket Street to GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH EACH PURCHASE uuuh U Fresh and Pure As the spring airalways the same Mulloys Coffees and Teas never vary in quality Phone a trial order SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcellent MULLOY COFFEE ROASTBR f IrtmPbont IJJJ Q14 V MAIrC3ffiT STKBIBT t t kG00t888UNION ICE CREAM CO lJot1axfaoturorr of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429 y- ONMNNNNNNNN04NNNNNOONNON JOHN A PIAZZA I WALL PAPERING i AND FRESCOING ESTIIf AVENUEu+ NONNNNNNONNNNNINNN i oNo GO FISHING I Bass are biting now and if you cant catch them with live minnows you can with some one of our artificial bait The K K Animated Minnow Shakespeare Wood Minnows Tan dem Spinners Bass Flies Etc Wide Spool Louisville Casting Reel 300 t Imperial Steel Rod 200K THE SUTCLIFFE CO 22- ncF itSt t w00 QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick 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 i easily cleaned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will keep it in 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 t Albert TICol ESTATEfj IN ALL ITS BRANCHES N1XON E yFro LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y ROm I f Law Dldg1 Center and Green rx IVY rY-M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Pres 8 Mgr VkiPrts Tress Sicnlary i F1 BannoQ SSewer Pipe Co 01 Sat PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paying prick Fir ProoflngFlue Pipe Flue Lining Fite Brlcli Grate and Boller Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtBPUON8B73 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Betthand tothT- BLEPHOhB 2933 AaeV1bV AAAlatlt lAUOmG + IY l- n r a ACTIVE WORK Division 1 Gets Busy and Is Preparing For an Early Initiation As announced in thb previous cdl itlon of the Kentucky Irish American the dedication of Division 1s hall did not take place last Tuesday night because It would conflict with a church entertainment The meeting on Tuesday rtherefore owns only a business one and the matter was referred to the Entertainment Committee to arrange a future and con Jvcnlent date President John M Mulloy presided and the attendance wins largeIt nvtas decided to hold an Initiation at the next meeting May 1- 21cter J Cusick who has accepted n position as night clerk resigned as Financial Secretary rand his suc cessor will be chosen at the next meeting Secretary Cusick has served Division 1 faithfully and well for a quarter of a century and his com rades hope lie will soon be restored to active duty among them For years lie has been a factor in the County Board where his presence will be greatly missed During the meeting It was de termined that at least one chapter of Irish history should be read at each meeting mid the now rule will go into effect when Division 1 meets next It is presumed that the original programme for the dedication of Falls City hall will be carried out next month at which time nil the other divisions will be invited and the Ladles Auxiliary will be guests of honor GOOD CHEER Columbia Athletic Clubs Splendid Feast on Wednesday The Columbia Athletic Club met in its hall all Shelby and Oak street Wednesday night with a splendid ut tendance It was the first social meeting since the beginning of the Lenten season nut nil the members were full of enthusiasm and good nature Messrs Ed Kclss Joseph Blumers John 13redeman George Heitkemper and Fred Schalda constituted a reception committee and saw that members and guests were properly entertained President lien Dodt called the meeting to order after several selections by Lochners Band Only urgent business was possibleto social affairs It was decided to add an intellectual feature to these social sessions and hereafter two members will make addresses on Interesting and timely topics at each monthly meeting President Ben Dodl and Ben Beckman the founder of the club were chosen to make these talks nest month William M Hlggins of the Ken tucky Irish American and William T Median were guests of honor and each of these gentlemen made brief speeches of a congratulatory nature President Dodt John Schalda and other members of the club also made good humored addresses While all this was going on the members were thingsdosional air from Lochners band helped to keep the fun going until after 10 oclock During the evening it was an nounced that ithe Columbia Athletic arrangementsfortival and ibrntwurst feat to he held at ZJeglers Park Shelby nnd Burnett streets on the evening of Mondby May 4 A good union band will be In attendance and dancing will be free In case of rain the event will be post poned until Thursday May 8 TRINITY HUSTLERS Expect to Take Possession of Club House Ere Long Trinity Council Y M r held a big meeting Easter Monday night wIth President James 15 Kelly In the chair Four new members were initiated and two applications were received It was decided to donate 10 to time Anti CuptHarryonly irian on the sick list but It was Improving torecoverThe arranging for the outing in July made a favorable report as tlO the progress attained as did the committee arranging for rrinltys next two dances It was also announced that work on ithe new club house Ins pnXgressing rapidly and that it would be opened with a mammoth enteiitnlnmeivt President Kelly anid others made brief addresses on timely topics during thr evening nnd nil the members seemed overjoyed at the prospect of an early possession of the new iome It WUI decided to pay fackin Council n re turn visit on the evening of May 5 MOURNED BY MANY Mrs Carrie A linker one of the most lovelyof Christian characters denoted wives and affectionate moth ers died at the home of her daughter Mrs Herman Emrich 1000 West Broadway last Saturday evening She was seventy years of nge and fell a vIctIm to Bright disease Previous to her marriage she was Miss Carrie Boss Her husband Charles A Baker Sr for nearly fifty years a clerk in time Auditors department of the oulsvlllo Nashville Railroad Company six sons and two daughters iiirvlvo her The children are John Charles A Harry Joseph William Louis Mrs Herman Bmrlch and Miss plncefrommorning and was largely attended by sorrowing friends and relatives FOR CHARITYS SAKE Time Excelsior Club composed of the young ladles of St Marys par pleasinglit St Josephs Hall that city on the evenings of May 13 and 14 Those who have witnessed the rehearsals Ray the show is calculated to make- a decided hit The clubs perform Races of last year were of an exceptionally W rh class nature and were veil ante hided The proceeds will bci cr- v 00 FSCO t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurercharles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J O Ilession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelTomas Noon SergeantrBitArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantnatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chos Robards KenneyMarshalWilliam SergeantatArms Bernard Coyle Y OMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Duesdal Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana banSecond Vice PresidentSamuel RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretaryThomasBaellman Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrIck Duddy M7tCAULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even tags and Wednesday matinee HENRIETTA CROSSMAN As Peggy the Country Girl WHERE THE CROWDS G- OlOcHOPKINSIOc Largest Moving Picture Theatre lla the World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCEF- rom 1230 to 1030 P M Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Chauge of Program Sunday and Thurady PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts Maryshmmrch performances DEUSEUS PENNANT WINNERS The season of Ithe Louisville Bowl lag League has ended with time ex ception IOf a few postponed games and bas resulted in a walkover for the Wledeman bowling team who no only won first place but won team prize offered consisting of high score thigh three games land high pinnoge The team was ably handled by Capt Frank J Denser who deserves great credit for IQs team of pennant winners Following is the official rttanxWng Teams Games W L PC Wiedeonaw 81 03 18 777 Louisville Qro Co75 52 23 003 JehilcoLaurellit 56 25 691 Melhvood 81 42 39 5- 18Postoffiee78 36 42 462 ft A J Pttis75 28 47 373 Old Taylor60 16 44 200 iVhrens 8w Ott 09 7 62 101 PASSIONISTS TO CELEBRATE Tuesday will be the feast of St Paul of the Cross and will be duly celebrated at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the NewJnirg road The first mass at 630 oclock will be a low mass At 10 oclock there will be IIi solemn high mass followed by the wnegyric of St Paul preached by the Very Rev Father henry Miller Director of tIle mionlastery There will be solemn services again at 330 oclock in the afternoon The relic of St Paul will be exposed for the veneration of the faithful all day nndat any time during ithe day the asslonlst fathers will bless such or tides as maybe desired The Sacred Heart Retreat Is about twenty minutes walk from the end of the tarretit avenue and Est Broadway car lines m NARROW ESCAPE One Life BoatWrecked and Man Hurt in the Rescue I IAllieI Baker and William Gurney aged sixteen and seventeen years respectively ventured on the treach erous Ohio river last Sunday With tho URsetandRyan George Dalton and Edward McDonogli Mias dispatched from the United States life saving station to old the venturesome youths The current was so strong that the life boat was dashed against the pier at Ninth ritreet tile boat smashed to pietas and the three life savers pre Williamevents through his glass ordered out the second lifeboat manned bv Lieut Jack Ollhooly William Drazel and Atitliony Leopold Meanwhile the two boys and three men were being swept down time Ohio Life Saver McDonogh hind been in jured on time right shoulder nnd sus tained an uglyl posh across the right cheek While Ryan went to McDon Oglis rescue Dalton Bvram to the overturned flatboat and encouraged time boys to hold on until help would reach them Lieut Gillmoley and Hie second boat finally overtook the boat at Eighteenth street and all were finally landed in safety Me Donoghis injuries are not considered seriousAlthough this is the first run time life savers have had during time pres ent spring it will not be the last in nIl probability Boys anti men who know little or nothing about rowing venture on the treacherous Ohio and Sunday Is always time United States life savers busy da- yBIG MEETING New Louisville Jockey Club Promises Great Sport at Downs The ithlrtyrfouiith annual spring meeting of the New Louisville Jockey Club will begin at Churchill Downs on Tuesday May 5 and will continue twentythree days ending Saturday May 30 There will be six races on each of time twentythree days and some of the best horseflesh In ithe United States if not in the world will be on exhibition every day while the meet lasts President Charles F Grainger Vice President and General Manager Matt J Winn and Secretary Lyman II Davis are busy men these days attending to details and assign lng horses to their proper quarters The programme calls for eleven stake daites and as usual time Ken tucky Derby May 5 the Clark handicap May 9 and the Gentlemens cup May 23 will be the principal feature events The other stake events will be time Debutnnlte stakes Buttgrass stakes Bashford Manor stakes Louisville handicap Louisville steeplechase Frank Fehr stakes Juvenile stakes and the Kentucky Oaks Every other day there will be steeplechases through time center field with six fences to each mile Including n water juillll The first race on each day will- be alt 230 oclock Jfo bookmakers will J e allowed to operate at the truck ithls your and betting will be carried on through the ParlMutuels system which has long since found favor in Europe and at a number of time taster tracks Great Interest centers in ithe Derby and there promises to be larger crowds at time meeting this year than ever before BRIEF SESSION Sacredness of Day Inter feres With Meeting of Division 2 Because time meeting night fell on Good Friday Division 2 A 0 IL got a late start Friday night and in the absence of President Con Ford William T Meelinn was chosen Presi dent pro tempore while Edward Kelran was made itemporarv Seure tory in time absence of losiiph Lynch Paul Flynn was elected to member ship nnd Obligated The condition of John Burke who has been suffering from rheumatism at his home 2518 Beech street was reported unchanged Owen Keiran who has been 111 a month was reported improving During the brief session acting President Meelinn made Ill address on masters of general Importance told what time Marching Club was dot ing and announced that the next gent eral meeting of the Marohlnir Club twill be held with Division 2 on the evening of Friday May 1 Now that Lent Is over the members of Division 2 will begin to attend meetings more regularly and active work on plans for the summer cam paign will be put actively on foot wt the next meeting FAITHFUL SEUVAXT DEAD Mrs Russell McCoy the aged col oretf nurse in the family of Mr and Mrs Michael T Hogan died at their residence 1225 Christy avenue on Monday Us the result of time grip After requiem mass at St Brlgld churcli Wednesday morning time remains of the faithful servant were laid to rest in St Johns cemetery Sins McCoy was about sixty years old and a type of time faithful black mammy now rapidly disappearing She was a convert to the Catholic church and died n devout member of that faith She hind been a nurse iii Mr Hbgan8 family nearly sixteen years and was noted everywhere for her devotion to the Hogan little ones wtoo will long mourn her loss RAPID RECOVERY EXPECTED Andrew Biggs the popular head usher at Macauleys Theater whose mlllng countenance has been missed at that popular place of amusement for six weeks is on the road to re covert and will soon be out again Mr Biggs suffered an acute attack of pneumonia and during time greater part of the time was confined to his room nit the residence of Mr and Mrs D B Musselman 1110 Second street Latterly he was removed to St Jo phs Infirmary for an operation and the attending physicians believe It will be a inaitter of a short time before he will be able to meet and greet his old friends a S a fREFR GERATciitsl Get ready for summer while you can get Refrigerators cheap We have just received a car load of Refrigerators that will be offered for sale as Jow as 550 This is a great chance Take advantage of it OUR LEADER Handsome well finished Oak Refrigerator galvanized lining double lid to save the ice easily cleaned 75pound capacity 550 i iTHEfinish white enamel COLUMBIA lined mineral wool filler remov IIOak chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices 1250 to according to size i THE OPALITE iWe are agents for the celebrated Opalite Refrigerators the highest type of modern sanitary icepreserving refriger H tors Highly polished Oak ease sanitary shelves Neptune hair insulator 2500 to 5000 YOU CAN PAY CASH OR IN CONVENIENT PAYMENTS JAlVIESGREENE 452729 E Market Street 1 NNNON BEST TERMS NNW LOWEST PRICES 1 NN +++ 4 NN+NN e + +4I4+ N NNN LARGEST AND BESTI- N i THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO I INCORPORATED HAND WORK A SPECIALTYss iDELIVEREDit MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH NEAR GREEN- ef NNNNeNNeeNeoe4 + oe PIANOS AT A SAVING I You can come to this store where the largest Piano stock in the pricehighestWe buy in large quantities which enables us to get a lower price and our experience gives us expert knowledge to select the best from the other kind There are other advantages in buying here but this one pointBEST FOR LESSIs the point we know you are most interested in if you are contemplating the purchase of a Piano Save 10800 Write for book about the Armstrong Club This is something you should know about Write today Dont delay Music Jubilee at the Coliseum May 1 and 2 WONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated eSlJSeaO FOURTH AVENUE Shorthand and TypewritinI Established Reliable System PItS SPENCER Presides IasI ICOMMERCIALI Ir i HOUSBO JEANIN1JJ MADE LIGHT AND 1 MAGIC RENEW GLOSS With this wonderful formula there Is no 4 need to stain or varnish your Furniture4 Hardwoods Plano Carriages etc andi 4 destroy Its original finish and beauty 4 It iIs transparent and can be used on any 4 color woods 4 It clean polishes and veneers and puts 5 new life in your old furniture etc and make them look like new and last many t years longer Cleans and Renews Carpets Rugs Portieres Woolens Clothes Dresses Etc It removes the dirt as if by magic and reo i JNoI of taking up carpets to clean Samples free on application or mailed on receipt of luc for cost of tube and t Agents wanted in cities and towns Ask your dealer or write or Phone postagei i SUPERIOR FILTER AND SPECIALTY CO 518 THIRD ST iNNNANNINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN Natural Gas For Cooking CONNECTIONS FREE We have enlarged our Gas Works to meet the WINTER demand and we MUST find a market for the gas in the SPRING SUMMER and FALL We are offering to make a limited number of gas connections without render- Ing any bill for same until gas has been used for THREE FULL MONTHS We will then credit the cost of gas used against the cost of connections and collect only the small balance remaining if there should be one IF YOUR HOUSE IS ON A STREET REACHED BY OUR PIPES WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR DETAILS KENTUCKY HEATING COMPANY GAS OOKJB AND COAL TAR FOR SArI FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARTERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcltrWe also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY t I HH FINS WINES CHAMPAGNES f AU KOLJB i345 West Green Street LIQUORS OIGAKB JflU 0 y r +N tKEP71i70SY IRISH AMERIOAIT to G NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT- s NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS + Improved and beautified and with every modern attraction including restaurant theater dancing pavllllon roller coaster merry go round laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PARK ELECTRICALLY ILLUIINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYMERCHANT TAILOR 426 West Walnut Street Between 4th and 5th CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING of Ladles and Gentlemens Garments 1 I Take Out the Grease and Put in the Crease DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH 87 =BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNAWHISKY i IT IS ALWAYS PURE i H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky E O ++44 fMMf r Gran W Smiths Song 1 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O NOONNNNOONI NNNNONNNIONOONONNIN0001 a t J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 36- 3I i I TRACY STRAUB I I FUNERAL DIRECTORS e iiAND EMBALMERS i iCarrl STREETShort i slNONNlNlOOOONOOOONN NOONlNNlNNNOOON000 F+ + + t t + + + t + + t D J DOUGHERTY S J MeELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1 fAllCalls Answered Promptly Day or Night t 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I+1F+1+ 41++++ 4 + I r I ii HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS j7EMBALMERSS3S East Malta Street i Yon can stand pat on quality and rest at sured that you are getting your moneys worth when you use our Diamond Wall Plaster It 1 is not affected by zero weather if kept from freezing wo ions Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 amok and River Liuisviili Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Pins ter Plant Jeffersonville lad Phone 555 u CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1090 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed I SummerStylest at reasonable prices n o r d we HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 2 will meet next Friday and will entertain the Marching Club During the past year the member ship in Vermont has increased 23 percent With thirtyfive on the charter list n now division has been instituted at Ludlow Mass- Division 37 of Oharlestown Mass teas added thirty names to Its roll since January 1 Division 4 will hold a regular meet ing Monday night and a number of applications are expected Division 24 of Worcester Mass is organlzdng The Ladles Auxiliary of Sow Lon don Conan at the first meeting this month initiated twentyfive new membersDivision 1 will have Oil interesting meetlllJlresldent bers present When the Ladies Auxiliary recently organized ut Sharpsburig Va was instituted flMyitwo candidates rev ceived the degrees- Arrangements for Division 4s amateur vaudeville how are moving on npttec mid two rehearsals are be- Ing meld each week Divisions 5 and 18 of Quincy Mass have been consolidated and it is ex petted they will now soon free the Hibernian building from debt From oil reports the divisions in New Albany and Teffersonville are making splendid progress They pro pose to show up well at Indianapolis Great preixtrutions have been made for a joint class initiation tomorrow at South Fraiiiingtiin Mass The four degrees will be conferred on 130 candidates The Ancient Order will lead the big parade next Saturday in celebration of the centenary of the Xew York diocese and it is eXpeeted will make rtho best showing in its history Fifteen hundred were present at the meeting held grader the allspices of Division 1 of Wlshin ton to ratify and indorse tinet nllianci between the Auelent Order tiiid the leminii American Alliance Tin degree train of Division 2 of Springfield tluv will confer the four degrees on a class of Hero nt vfivc candidates for Division 8 of that city The hall mid handsome furnishings of Division 10 of Chelsea Mass were iintirely wiped out by the terrible fire that visited that city A number of members lot their homes and household goods The County Hoard will take notion for their relief DISTIXC3UISHKI VISITOR iron W M OHryaii Mayor of Owensboro was a welcome visitor at the office of the Kentucky Irish American this week Mayor OMryan LoyalArcanaumsurnnce organiation that met In State convention here His Honor liSPImlli of Owensboro Council to the State convent mu and 1V1 Lossie of Owensboro Hie mnd Chaplnin The Dwenslmro delegation was nude tip of good poHticians andmt every ttliiirg they went after Mayor OMlrynn prosperityhas andhappyCXIGIITS mnllmnAJR The proposition to raise a fund of 500000 for time Catholic University at Washington discussed at the last national convention of the Knights of Columbus will soon be submitted to the particular councils of the or der for their consideration Under the terms of the resolution adopted by the convention the Committee on the Catholic University will request nil councils of the owlet to vote on the question of an assessment for the proposed fund Should fourfifths ofthc councils agree to submit to such nn assessment it will be levied by the boardIWILT REPRESENT DIOCKSTC The Right llev Kdmund M Obrceht Abbot of fiethspiinane Albey has gone to Sew York OdtyIto assist in time centennial celebration of that diocese which will begin tomorrow and continue throughout next week During his stay in New York Father Obrecht will he the guest of Arch bishop Fancy So far ns has been an nounced the Trappist dignitary will be the only representative from this diocese at the big centennial celebra tion OFFICER CLAIRE ILL Officer Tvdiward Clare is seriously ill at his home 2431 West Broadway and Ws many friends are apprehen sire ns to consequences Tn arresting two tough negroes three years ago Mr Claire strained the muscles of his heart While he has been on duty almost continuously since then his heart nttacks have erraduallv grown worse Tt is hoped that absolute rest and gimlet will soon restore him to normal health REAR IRISH NAMES Men with distinctively Irish names won first and second places in the great Marathon road race at Boston lost Monday T P Morrissey of the Yonkers Athletic Club made the twentymiles in 2 hours 25 minutes and 43 15 seconds or less than five minutes for each mile Tames haves of the Irish American Athletic Club was a close second finishing in 22042 TENTH ANNIVERSARY The St Josephs Afcylnm Union at ta11el1lto St Vincent de Pauls church Is preparing to celebrate its tenth anniversary on Mar 10 Time complete programme had not been arranged STILL AT HOME Little+ Catherine Covle daughter of Mr and Mrs William Coyle Sixth and Indiana avenue Tefferwmvllle who fell last week and sustained fl broken arm while returning with school J AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Rugs Best qualities and low prices olrenngsWe WALL PAPER i and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price Hubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET FOR Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices GO tO WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 484y HENRY FUGtiS FLORIST Funeral Designs and Flowers for all occasions GREENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building HENRY HUNOLD DHAI8R IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnne 4330 540 W WALNUT EREMANN BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands c r Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSO BOTTLED IN BOND telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street AcademtyiSt injured invinber Is mending nicely amid Ltf 1 is thought that before long the little sufferer still again have its use IIKIGIIKIIT KLKCTKIl At the ineetiiif1 of linuich ft C K of A meld Thursday1 night at St fnrt Ills Hull Major Gen Michael Rclcherfc vas elected delegate to tin State convention tad Charles Full xvtis uained for alternate There was ii large attendance and the fart that mother application was flied ono new member received his benefit cer tificate and itwo were reinstated eausc1l much good feeling Branch Ii will celebrate Its anniversary on Sunday morning May 3 by receiving holy commiinrtu In a body nt the 7 oclock mass at St Martins when the tiwo conipaifies of time Uniform llnnk will net ns escort SKVKItKI AUTKItV Mary Everin the nineyearold laughter of Michael II Kverln the well knonni L and N engineer while playing in the Holy Name parochial school yard last Tuesday tell and came in conitact wjith ti price of broken glass An artery in her right wrist was severed and tome difficulty was experienced In staunching the flow of blood At last account time little sufferer was on the road to recovery uA NOBLE OUTCAST text Wednesday and Thursday evonlings the St Leo DramUtiu Society will present a fournet drama A Noble Outcast in St Leon parochial school hall Highland Park The procceds will go to the church building fund The drama will be put on bysome of the best amateur dramatic talent in time city YOUNG NUN DIES Sister Chrusto Linda a member of the Franciscan community ht St Anthonys Hospital died a victim of typhoid fever nt that institution last Monday Her funeral took place from tlip hospital on Tuesday The de ceased was a native of Germany and wasonly twentyeight years old Site had been nursing at St Anthonys since last May mid was noted for her piety and wttention to duty WORTHY CAUSE Brnnfch 10 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America has arranged to give a euchre and dance at Schaefers Hnll Twentyseventh street between ontland avenue and Montgomery next Tuesday evening vIle proceeds will be used to pay the assessments ot those who ilirough illness or lack of employaneni have been unable to meet their obllgaltlons Rub a little naptha over white marble wash basins and it will re move stains and dirt as if by magic This also applies to white enameled bath tuba and sinks i1r 1 A- iifr IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The weather throughout the coun try has been exceedingly fine since the first and farmers are busily en gaged putting in their crops Hon Charles Donelnn member ot Parliament from Cork has been rev elected resident of the MSddletoi Agricultural Show for the current yearIn County Longford the lentil of Francis Jlejlly J P who was for seventeen years Chairman of the Gnanard Urban Council is much re gretted Cardinal Loguc has appointed the Rev Michael Mcllduff Arboe to be parish priest of Pomepoy rendered vacant toy the death of the late Ilcv Peter Slevtn The Sligo Board o Guardians have elected Dr P M Quln as medical offi cer of the workhouse a position which he formerly held but resigned owing to ill health Large numbers attended time United Irish League meeting nt Lntton when fightlugism and its attendant evils are still thereWhile 1 Carmody the Town Clerk of Knnis was shooting rabbits time trigger of his fowling piece caught In a bush und one of time barrels was discharged the contents shattering the right arm which had to be amputated Last Sunday week His Knilneneo Cardinal Logue conferred the sacrament of confirmation nn TOIIUI 45 boys and girls nt St Patricks churui in Dundalk The Cardinal also ad dressed thee children and presided ntt the evening devotions Estates Commissioners who visited the Shirley property near llallytrain have divided one farm which has lain derelict for over twenty five years unman relatives of time owner and his wife both of whom long since joined time silent majority Time long struggle on the Coolroe state In County Wexford which he gnu nearly twenty years ago Is hap- pIly ended mill time evicted tenants have been put back upon the lauds Some of the most exciting incidents recorded during the land iwar were provided by tIll siege of Jvmiers Port The suffering entailed by the victlon was great and severalI ten nuts did not live to see the happy ierminution of strife- Conuueuoratingtime fiftieth anni versary of time toss of the Mary Stud dart ln Dimdalk bay In the attempt to succor the crow of which the brave lupt Kelly iwith his companrons iarretit Hughes Janmxi Crosby aiil Tames Murphy lost their lives time TMahony Hand turned out on April 12 unit played opposite the Kelly uouuiiient in lloclen Place erected to icrpotuute the memory of a gallant deed and those who gave their lives tor their fellowmen A sad drowning accident occurred about n quarter of n mile from Annoy bytvltioh a farmer named James Kinney lost his life Deeeaserl mil his daughter were returning In the evening to their liomv in Hit ownlnnil of Shcans and while crosi ng a ford on the Hush river their horse willed and threw Kinney tutu the deep water The laughter made IL heroic attempt to save her fathei nnd a double tragedy vas only pre vented by Alexander Forsythe who topped the distracted girl front plunging into time river after her rather This Is the third drowning nt this point Where time river is tutu reruns EASTER AT NEW HAVEN St Catherines church at New Haven was crowded to the doors at the late mhs u Kaster Sunday The llev Father W M1 Hiiekmnn pastor of St Catherines celebrated the high mass ntt 10 oclock The sermon was reached by the llev Father Augustine of itthe Sacred Heart Ke treat LouisvilleI TlieI eloquent Ilissionlst prt adied a splendid set rum on the the tiny In addition to time ordinary congregation nearly 400 Protestants attended the services nnd were impressed by the sermon ESCAPED INSTANT DEATH John Tooiney nn L and N brake mall fell from n box car of a moving train near South Louisville hist Friday and sustained severe injuries Fortunntely he escaped being crushed to death y the train lie was re moved to his home 721 St Catherine street where Dr E Ynndell Hoberts attended him It Is believed that Mr Toomey will recover FORTY HOURS The beautiful and Impressive devo tions known ns the Forty Hours prayer will be observed here next nt St Leos church Highland Park ooginning at ithe Inuit mwss tomorrow morning and contlhnlivg until Tues day Rev Father Fitzgerald and members of the parish have beauti fied the church for this occasion an11 visiting priests and people are expected to throng the edifice LOSES LEFT FOOT Patrick Flaherty nn old and respected citizen of Henderson was run down by a trait at that place Tuesday Ills left foot was cut off and he was seriously Injured about time head Mr Flaherty Is a native of Ireland and well liked The last rev port was that his physicians are very doubtful about his recovery KEENAN HIMSELF AGAIN Thomas Keenan Sr the popular Hibernian and former State IrLIIIi dent has fully recovered rind is actively engaged in his business Mr Keenan led a miraculous escape from death or serious and permanent Injury and his family and friends are rejoicing over his speedy re covery SEE TIlE DRILL Both companies of the Uniform lank C K of A will hold their reg nlardrlll at Phoenix Rill Hall next Tuesday evening Tile Centml Com nlttee will meet with the companies and members of all other branches affiliated nHth the central body are Invited to be present and encourage the young Knights G r 0iyh a FRANK FEHR XKGOKPORAXXSO BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone flaln 1913 1913Tm WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor n Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR tFALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS h Clay=Street Brewery e 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO I+ INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenuew KYICHOICE Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jtfleraonville led own and manage a private hospital or the care and treatment of insane and plleptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply o MOTHhR MARY REGINt nERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle lad OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8106 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work doni for the least money I Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 TIIOSIJIKflNY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra pricesSeeHousehold cleaning preparations at cu prices I I SIXTH Aisrx OAK n Office Hours dome Phone 9 to i 6127 DR J fFRANK SULLiVA- NDENTIST t 739 FOURTH AVENUE Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST YAVIERrS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky 9IenttacandflthualneesCouruPrepartor Der partmentLarge Swlmmln P JOt Well Jtquip d- Gymnulum eY Term Moderate Bro lame Di- rPETERMJNDRIOTA 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERSf c Carriage Repairing and Rubter Tires vi1 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET REIRY A i JJI PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED hon eta52S Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIBARS VALS SALOONVAL l rn Hot Lunch every morning from 830 oclock4J1 tiir- h P1