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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 7r c V w 1 I V I KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN VOLUME XXNO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 9 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS FAITHFUL I Servant of the Church of Got Has Achieved Much Ills Time InII Forty Years of Work by Our Bishop Has Left His Impress Found a hew But Will Leave Many Churches as a Monument A SIMPLE ANNIVERSARY SERVICE Longer that St Peter was Bishop of Rome longer than Pius IX and Leo XIII reigned nt the See of St Peter has the Right Rev William George McCloskey presided as Bishop of the diocese of Louisville St Peter guided the church twenty five years two months and seven days Plus IX was Iope for thirty two years and his successor Leo XIIL reigned from 1B78 until 1903 a period of twentyfive years Bishop McCloskey was consecrated Bishop of Louisville on May 24 18G8 and will the Lord willing celebrate his fortieth anniversary as head of the diocese in n short time Possibly it might be more proper to say that the Catholic people of the diocese will celebrate Bishop McCloskeys fortieth anniversary because he is not a man given to display or out ward show but at the sumac time he is the personification of dignity when he time and the occasion re quires A eulogy of his Lordship he would not appreciate When he has passed into heaven his proper panegyric will be preached lIe has fought a good fight and has kept his own counsels He has asked none to share his worries if he had any with him Bishop McCloskey was born in Brooklyn X Y November 10 1823 Eightyfive years ago the Indian and the buffalo were rampant in Amer lea and there are comparatively few men or women now living who can imagine what conditions were in the United States in those early days Isis people were devout Catholics and the future Bishop of Louisville re ceived his early training at Catholic colleges Early in life he studied law but gave that up to become a priest He was a student always he was in the early days and he is now On October 6 1852 lie was ordained a priest A few years later he was made the first rector of the Ameri can College at tome On St Pat ricks day 1808 he was precognized Bishop of Louisville and was conse crated on May 24 of the same year Although he was an American by birth and education he came to a people to whom he was unknown He found his sheep scattered over an immense territory but never in forty years has he faltered in proving him self the good shephera When the new Bishop arrived he found that Louisville was a city scattered over a great deal of territory The inhabitants numbered about 40000 and there were thirteen Catholic churches Now after fortyfive years of labor on the part of Bishop McCloskey there are thirtysix churches in the city and five in Jef ferson county outside the city limits and the town has a population of about 250000 The first Catholic church erected in Louisville was built by the Rev Father Badln at what is now Tenth and Main streets The priests who officiated there came from Bards town as often as the opportunity of fered In 1821 Louisville had its first resident pastor in the person of Rev Father Hasten Two years later he was succeeded by the illustrious Father Abell who built St Louis church on Fifth street where the Cathedral of the Assumption now standsIn same year 1832 the Church of Our Lady in Portland was first erected and in those days Louisville and Portland were separate civic corporations The See of Bardstown was transferred to Louisville in 1841 and the new Cathedral was built on the site of old St Louis church In those early days there were many German and Irish immigrants coming to Kentucky They inherited the true faith and they must needs have churches In 1833 St Bonifaces church was erected Time new church of Our Lady was built in 1811 St Marys or the church of the Immaculate Conception was built in 1847 St Patricks in 1853 St Martins In the same year A year later the original St Johns church was established by Father Elder but in 1855 the corner stone of the new St Johns wa blessed In 1855 also the original St Peters was erected In 1866 St Louis Bertrnnds St Anthonys and St Michaels churches were established and in 1867 St Augustines church for colored Catholics was built These were the churches that Bishop McCloskey found in Louisville when he arrived In 1808 Since tiicn therSacred Heart St Josephs Brigids Church of the Blessed Sacra meat St Vincent de Paul St Frances of Rome St Charles St Francis of Assisi St Mary Manila lens Holy Name St Pauls St Aloy sins Holy Cross St Georges St Philip Neris St Williams St Eliza beths St Leos St Columbas St James St Peter Clavers St Franei Xaviers and Holy Trinity church Three of these are for colored Catholics and each one has its oyn liar ochial school In addition to the schools oui Bishop has encouraged and fostered asylums the little SUicr of the I s 1 Poor the Good Shepherds and numerous colleges and academlliesII for boys and girls man of few words but of great achievement Ills fortieths anniversary will be celebrated by a trlduuax of confirmation ceremonies at the Cathedral The aged prelate Is nut in the best of health but will prooaMy be nble to occupy the throne in tho Cathedral part of the time on each of the three days May 24 25 and 20 when Bishop Morris of Little Rock will administer confirmation to ap proximately 1000 childr- enIEATIIS HAND Suddenly Summoned Be loved Member of Fran ciscan Order The entire Catholic community of this city was shocked at the sudden death of the Rev Father Pius Nie haus O S F assistant pastor of St Boniface church Tuesday evening Rev Father Pius Nielmus who died suddenly this week Heart disease was the cause of his sudden death Father Pius was ex traordinarily heavy and to his corpulence is ascribed the indirect cause of his demise He had been in ordinarily good health for several months and on Tuesday attended to his duties as usual He was seated at the supper table about 6 oclock and was in a jocular mood Suddenly he fell forward on his face Physicians were summoned but the priest died before they arrived Father Pius was born In Cincinnati in 1853 and was ordained a priest as a member of the Franciscan order in 1870 He was successively at convents o the Franciscan order at Detro Peoria Oldenburg and Cincinnati Seven years ago he came to Louis ville as assistant to the late Very Rev Father Paul Alf and two years later he was transferred to St Stephens church at Hamilton Ohio After two years of hard work he was transferred to the Home for the Aged and Infirm at Lafayette Ind In February last he was sent back to Louisville and since that time was engaged in active work at St font faces church Father Pius is survived by his mother two sisters and one brother nil living in Cincinnati The funeral ceremonies were held yesterday morning and St Boniface church was crowded with faithful cityInmembers of all the order of priests and secular clergy The office of the dead was chanted at 830 oclock and at 9 oclock the solemn mass of requiem was celebrated by the Very I1lodnclalchurch was draped with black and white bunting The remains of the StMichaelsPLEDGES RENEWED New Albany Temperance Body Takes Its Solemn Obligations Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society of New Albany one of the oldest temperance organizations about Sunday ceremonywas CharlesCurranRev Father Michael F Halpin More than 200 men and at least half as sellOolhallpriortoTime society was organized bv the lute and lamented Father John B URDuringHoly Trinity church he kept tho organization intact and his successor Is following on the same lines The members are quietly and tinob trueely following the bylaws of the society and their work has been u power for good NEW RELIGIOUS ORDER The Nuns of the Reparation have established their first chapter house in America It is in New York City and was dedicated last Saturday bj Monsignor Lavelle rector of St Pat ricks Cathedral Six of the nuns came from Italy but four more are expected in the near future They are In the world but not of it From dawn until sunset each day at least t two members of the order pray be fore the Blessed Sacrament to atone for the offenses offered to our Lort i in the Eucharist Countess Leary who has given her time and money to the church bought the house andiI I established the llunslnthelrnew r home 71- M a SHADOWII Of Evils That Threaten Our Great std Glorious e bll eII Cardinal Logue Sees Dangers as Well as Benefits in America Patriotism and Religion Went Hand in Hand at the Centenary WELL MEANT AND KINDLY ADVICE While the Catholic centenary cele bration in New York last weeK was of a religious character there was none the less a dominant note of patriotism through each of the grand series of festivities The Stars and Stripes were the only decoration used on St Patricks Cathedral or on any of the other churches The business houses Protestant Jew and Catholicif they decorated at all displayed the American flag The bands played patriotic airs the chimes of St Patricks Cathedral rang out the Star Spangled Ban ner and Columbia the Gem of the Ocean and other American airs each and every sermon preached by Cardinals Archbishops or priests breathed a spirit of American pa triotism It mattered not whether they were talking to the laity on the opening day at the Cathedral or at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday night whether they spoke to the children whose 7000 voices sounded the Gregorian chant at the requiem mass for priests and prelates or at the banquets that followed each of these occasions no speaker overlooked the American republic and its freedom no matter how much they spoke of the church But there is another side to all this Do the Catholics mean to live and die Catholics Do they mean to rear their children in the faith It is a consummation devoutly to be wished Sometimes it is well for us to see ourselves as others see us Cardinal Logue arrived in America on April 25 He had never been in this country before but he seemed quick to grasp the situation and to hold the mirror up to nature He not only saw things that our church men have seen but he saw them in a more glaring light lIe saw the good and the bad Not to one but to a score or more of newspapermen did he talk after the mammoth procession last Saturday He said in part I have watched the divorce prob lem with great attention and inter est I have read the papers and the cable reports to the newspapers on the other side and I believe that the time has come in America for all religious bodies to get together to Bee that the ministers of various sects are united in preaching against It Your people will die out if it is not stopped I nm interested apart from the religious view It is neces sary for the welfare of the State to put a check to divorce I am glad ito see that your President is inter ested in the matter I have been told and I dont know whether it is a factthat in one State a divorce can be obtained without either party to the suit being present There are other States I have been told where the presence of one party only is required for tlie securing of a divorce What do you think Is the remedy he was asked That is a matter for a statesman the Cardinal replied but I think there should be a Federal llaw The divorce evil means the degeneration of the American race The reason is evident The family is the foundation of the State and the wel fare of the family is the welfare of the State Divorce means that the little children are neglected It is one of the blessing of Christianity that Christianity has contributed to the dignity Of the woman I maybe wrong about these things but these thoughts have come to me while here I believe that if the American people wish to make their future secure they must successfully combat the divorce evil There is another evil which we can seldom discuss publicly but which your President has referred torace suicide The families here are not as large as they should be There seems to be no excuse for it This is not a poor country Your Presi dent has pointed out this fact He is most popular among our people in Ireland and among the poor peo ple in other countries Race Suicide is directly opposed to the welfare and glory of your country Your President does not content himself with handling the political affairs of the country He works for moral results as well It is because of this that he is so highly thought of in other countries Your President appears to us a man of good sturdy Christian honest principles Have you studied the advance of Socialism was asked Not in this countrysaid the Cardinal I am afraid that Socialism Is making great advance in England There is Socialism and Socialism I go in freely for helping the poor ant the working man to better them selves to become educated and have thedSocialism that would throw every timing into the keeping of the State T would not gpln for It would end in Communism The contrast be tween misery and luxury in the big N f cities is the strength of Socialism How can this unequal division be ended It can be done by Chris tlanity by charity and by legisla tion The distress can be relieved by the care of the employes The community idea has teen tried and found successful There are employers who give comfortable homes the advantages of education to their employes and yet do not suffer the loss of their material advantages That is what 1 call Onristian Social ism You have many wealthy men In America Mr Carnegie spends his money freelyI in the way he thinks is for the welftre of the people Your Mr Rockefeller has also done much good by establishing a great university But there is another kind of Socialism the kind which has a theory against nil religion When that comes in Christianity goes out- Meeting a group of reporters In the hall of the Archbishops res Idence as Mgr Hayes Chancellor of the diocese was escorting nim to his suite on the floor above the Cardinal paused and said The press is a great instrument for good Perhaps it is greatest except the church a MANY PRELATES Witnessed Consecration of Right Rev Monsignor OConnell Time Cathedral at Baltimore was the scene of a grand pageant of church dignitaries last Sunday when Cardinal Gibbons consecrated Monsignor Denis J F OConnell titular Bishop of Sebastei The rite took lnce during the Pontifical mass of which Cardinal Gibbons was time cele brunt lIe was assisted by Archbishops Keane of Dubuque and Joeller of Cincinnati Bishop JConnell is President of the Cath olic University at AVashington D C Thai faculty of the university and the faculties ot the various colleges affiliated with the university attended the ceremonies in caps and gowns while the music of the mass was rendered by the students from St rarys Seminary Eijimitsburg In the sanctuary were Archbishops Ilenk of New Orleans and Joseph L versa of Cuba Bishops F S Imturd of Indianapolis C P Maes of Covington Leo Haid of Belmont X C A Van de Vyver of Richmond 1 J Donohue of Wheeling E P Men of Mobile B J Keiheyof Savannah and W J Kenny of St lugustineII I I KECEXT HEATHS Jacob Stober a native of Louisville fortythree years old and a brick layer died of pnralyvis at his home 035 East Oak street Saturday afternoon lIe is survived by his wife and two sons Robert ama Charles The funeral took place from St Pauls cHurch TacKson and Kentucky streets Monday morning Mr Stober was popular with his employers and ellowworkmen anti a large number of friends attended the obsequies The funeral of Richard Dunn Me rory took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon The deceased was tblrt four years old and was a son of John McCrory the veteran engineer in the Louisville fire depart ment Richard was a machinist and lived with his parents at 710 East Main street Death resulted from a heavy cold contracted on Wednesday Quite a large concourse of friends at tended the funeral Patrick Sheehan well nnd fa orably known in the West End died at fate home 310 Seventeenth street last Friday ann Ins funeral took place from St Patricks church Sunday afternoon The deceased was wentyseven years old and conducted a grocery store at Seventeenth and Duncan Three brothers Jerry Martin and Michael Sheehan mad two sisters Mrs John Connors and Mrs John Kelly survive him A long cortege followed the remains to their interment in St Louis cemetery Officer Hugh McGinley of the Louisville police force died at the home of his sister Mrs P J Liston 030 Diimesnil street Tuesday even- Ing Death resulted from tubercu losis Mr McGinley hind been a member of the police deportment for seven years and was regarded as an efficient member of the force Two sisters survive him The funeral took place from St Williams church yesterday morning His attention to duty and genial manner endeared hint to all and none knew that Hugh McGinley had an enemy IEdw11 H Breslin a well known contractor died at the residence of leis brother Romeo Breslin Thirtieth street anti the Cane Run road Monday afternoon His death was the result of a complication of diseases Mr Breslin hind been in ill health for some time and only recently returned from Colorado where he had gone for recuperation The deceased was thirtynine years old and a native of Ohio His wife died several years ago One daughter Miss Hazel and three brothers with whom he was engaged in business survive They are Thomas Frank J and Romeo Jreslln The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning IMPORTANT MEETINGII Next Wednesday evening the Home Committee of the Knights of Columbus Louisville Council wUl make its report providing for a bond issue and a full attendance of the members iii desired Time committee is made u1- of the following nosiness and pro es tonal men John P Cassllly Fran A Geher James J Gaffney John J Caffrey and J William Klaphefcs r r BLESSING j I Of Cornerstone of time New St Marys of the Knobs Church Crowds Expected From This City und From New Albany Parish Is at Least Seventy Years Old and Has Had Many Pastors BISHOP ODONAGHUE OffiCIATES Tomorrow the cornerstone of the new St MarysoftheKnobs church will be formally blessed and laid bj the Right Rev Denis ODonoghuc auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis Tin site of the new church is on the highest part of the Indiana knobs and about six miles north of New Albany Not only will te people of the parish turn out en masse but New Albany and Louisville Catholics will be present in large numbers St Michaels Commandery of Louisville timid St Edwards Commandery of New Albany will take part in the procession that precedes the bless ing of the cornerstone The new church is to be built of brick with stone trimmings The bricks to be used were made and burned in a kiln beside the church site and when completed the new St Marys will be one of the hand somest church edifices in Southern Indiana Time people of Lafayette township are anxious for a crowd from Louisville and New Aloany and will have vehicles to carry visitors to and from the knobs These vehicles will leave Spring and State streets at 815 oclock a in and 1230 p m Returning the last vehicle will leave St Marys at 9 oclock in the evening The ladies of the parish will serve dinner and refreshments on the groups The fare from New Albany to the church site and return will be only twentyfive cents Louis ville people who Contemplate making the trip would do well to get into communication with Capt Joseph Breen 1034 Rowan street who will arrange to have time necessary carriages on liana The people of the parish have been preparing for this event for several weeks past and with good wealier to help them the visitors will not lie disappointed tomorrow The new church is to be erected in the rear of the present church and cemetery overlooking a fertile valley and a township filled with happy thrifty and contented people The usual masses for time people of the parish will be celebrated at 7 and 9 oclock tomorrow morning and a solemn high mass for the visitors will be celebrate nt 1115 oclock Time blessing of the cornerstone will take place at 3 oclock in the afternoon Time sermon will be preached by the- Re Father August bprigler of Mitchell Ind a native of the parish The Rev Father Josepa Sermer sheim pastor of St Marysofthe Knobs will be the general master of ceremoniesIt known at what date the holy sacrifice of the mass was of fered up for the first time in the neighborhood of St Marys but it is a matter of Catholic church his tory that when the saintly Bishop Flaget visited Indiana in 1829 ho fauna eleven Catnouc families at Floyds Knob and that they had erected a log church The Rev Father Badin the first priest or dained for Indiana also visited this locality The first resment pastor was Father L Neyron during whose administration the present church was built JJe remained in charge until 1854 Ills successor was the Rev Father Bessonies who re mained three years and was succeed ed by the Rev Father William Doyle who remained until 1839 Then come in succession the Rev Fathers Gulgelen and Ginnisz The latter re mained until 1873 For seventeen years the Rev James Stlemler was in charge From 1890 to 1897 the pastor was the Rev Father Charles Stricker who was in turn succeeded by time Rev Father J H HillebramL Two years ago gather Hillebrand was transferred to Evansville and was succeeded by Father Sermer sheim time present pastor NOTED JESUIT DEAn The Rev Father laugh J Magevney S J died at the home of an old and intimate friend Frank Leurek M A Auburn n auburn of Cincinnati last Saturday Before becoming a priest Father Mngevney was an officer in the Confederate army He was born at Jackson Tenn in 1845 One brother the Rev Father Eugene Magevney is President of Creighton University at Omaha and another brother is in business at Jackson Tenn One sister is a member of the Snored Heart convent at Omaha Father Magevney had been in 111 health dur ing the past three years He was a noted educator and writer HEARTY GOOD WILT At the conclusion of the New York diocesan centenary celebration last Saturday President Roosevelt sent Archbishop Farley a second con+ gratulatory telegram as a supple ment to the one sent earlier in the week It reads as follows The White House May t 19M My Dear Archbishop Now that the I celebration of the anniversary IIs J Im over I want in the first place to successupon general impulse to higher patriotism given by the way in which the cele bration was conducted and finally what is much the least important I want to thank you personally for your kind and courteous allusion to myself on last Thursday With all good wishes believe me faithfully yours THEODORE ROOSEVELT STRONG CAST And Well Framed Chorus Waiting For Opening Day Rehearsals for A Mile From Town to be proueed by Mackin Councils Opera Club at Macauleys Theater May 18 19 and 20 are being held several times a week and the prin cipals and members of the cast are now word perfect in their respective =Miss Leota Whitton Bierach who will appear as Snooks parts Time principals in the cast mi- reVirginiaLsther WheUon Sla- terTrixie1attie E hloffm- anSnooksLeota Vnitton Bierneli Aunt TreasyPatrick ling Senator Voce of Utah L J Kieff- erSchunidtieCnarles 1arsm- msGoggles1omas D Clines Percy lengmieAulyn K Kanston In the girls chorus will be the fol lowing auto girls Anna and Rosina Diehl Rose Cans Mayme Gies Maud Herbst Gertrude Howe Julia Kalehet and Milda Schwieters Time Derby diinscis WIll be Abbie nester Clara Dannenhold Lillian Gies Edna lIar old May ICaleher Lillian Ryan Louise Sigmun and Marie Wieland The dairy maids are to be Jeanette Dannen hold Anna Doyle Marguerite Gavin May Honrigan Eva Lentsch Ger trude Oswald Gertrude Lentsch and Virginia Taylor- In the young mens chorus the city lads will be represented by Tom Duddy Gus Grass John Kenney Russell Moelier James Mullarkey Den Reed George Welsh and Fred Zahn Farmer boys will be Tom Curley Pat Duddy Joe and George Kieffer Martin McCue John Seibert Bob Wieland and Allen Wobben The plot deals with the adventures- f a party of men and maidens who in an automobile ride catch sight of each other and all fall in love The men meet with an accident that calls for pity and attention from the maid ens and two acts are required to straighten out the tangled web The sequence of music is as follows Overture orchestra Opening chorus A Mile From Town dairy maids farmer boys and Derby damsels Not Like Other Boys Snooks Jolly Little Jelly Fish Virginia and chorus Im A Fox Goggles and chorus If Heavens Like Tnat Im Willing to Die Percy and chorus Come and Whisper Virginia Percy and chorus Finale of first act ensemble of principals and chorus Opening chorus second act Where Roses Bloom The Maid With the Dainty Duds Trixie and chorus Wont You Come Into My Garden Virginia Percy and chorus Every Worm is Bound to Turp SchmidtieFarewell Sweetheart Forever PercyWhen Im a Man Snooks prin cipals and chorus Finale ensemble of principals and chorus LEPER COLON Y Subject of Interesting Talk by a Well Beloved Priest The Very Rev Father Louis M Miller Provincial of the Order oif Minor Conventuals delivered a lecture on The Leper Colony o1f Molakal1 at St Anthpnys school hal Thursday night A large and appre dative audience heard the this tingtiished priest who was formerly pastor of St Anthonys church in this city The lecture Thursday nigh was in tho German language It will be repeated in the English language at the same hall next Tuesday night Several priests of the Order o1f Minor Conventuals are residents oft the leper colony and as Provincial Father Miller recently paid them a visit Ills lecture is copiously illustrated with photographs of scenes IT the leper colony All who heard tin lecture Thursday night were loud iit praise of Father Miller whose tall was both interesting and insrrnellve It is expected that the hall will be taxed to its caclton Tuesdaj night J ttat mjk STUPENDOUS el Cardinal Loguo Impressed by Centenary Celebration in New York A Childrens Voices at the HolySacrifice ofMass Was Aftectlng1I Archbishop Fancy Butte Irish Primate a Welcome 4 in Irish J GREAT WEEK FOR THE GHURGHJ Stupendous That is the word Cardinal Michael Logue uses to de scribe the New York diocesan centenary celebration And it was I perimpsreligiousweek For New York and Now York ers it was a week of festivity with religious patriotic civic and social 1 elements in its make up But it was more than thatIt was a demon stration on the part of the church all over the United States Each and everyone had some share how makingthewas There was no hitch no discordant note nothing to mar the perfect mosaic of splendor that had been planned by the magnetic and FarleyThere of the weeks jubilee It was the senti Loguebyneyed from all the Eastern and Mid dle States and from many of the Southern and Western States to look upon and to kneel in reverence when the Primate Of Ireland and one hun dredth and fourteenth successor of St Patrick extended his hand in benediction Certain it is that Car dinal Logue will carry back to his Bishops and clergy and laity wonder ful impressions of the Catholic church in America splendid tales of American Catholicity and patriotism and above all a greater faith in the unswerving fidelity of the Irish pjjo ple to Holy Mother Church W The jubilee mass on TuesdayOPP grand and the pageant imposing but graiuhr stud more imposing still was the childrens mass nt St ratricks Cathedral on Wednesday There are 65000 children attending the parochial schools of New York A little more than 10 per cent or 7000 spaceInThomas M A Burke Bishop of Al bany oftlciated at the solemn high mass while Cardinal Logue gave the final benediction The sermon was RaymondMeagnarSuffer little children to come unto me His sermon was an eloquent one but what pleased them more was the later address made by Arch bishop Fancy who voiced the thanks of Cardinal Logue Time 7000 children sang the music of the mass plain Gregorian chtfnt They had been carefully trained for months and tneir childish voices blended beautifully in the solemnly grand melodies of the church Their bright faces neat costumes and wrapt attention went straight to the heart of the Irish Primate and from time to time he had to use his handkerchief to brush away thq tears that trickled down his cheeks Of course they were tears of joy but one can not help fancying that the Car dinal might not have regretted that such a celebration with such lovely well fed well dressed children had not been held in his own dear Iro landArchbishop Farley said to tl M children I can not let you go children I without telling you happy you made us all today Cardinal has asked me to say time sight of your bright faces ti the music of your songs going up iu praise to Almighty God will be the sweetest memory he will take back with him to dear old Ireland The picture of today will never pass from his mind You were called hither toy day because your children and grand children will be the celebrators of our second centenary having learrfed from your life the story of today For your achievements praises will be offered up at that second com tenary May you look down upon that scene from heaven having stood firm against the temptations of money and power ana place Again at the social celebration Wednesday night Archbishop Farley showed his Irish spirit in introduc ing Cardinal Logue at Carnegie Hall He said in part In the name of 900 priests of the diocese the suffragans of time province of New York and the 1200000 Catholics here I want to thank the Cardinal for his visit and his participation in time celebration of our centennial In the language that was rich in literature before Chaucer and Shakespeare wrote I thousandewelcomes MAY BE CARDINAL x It is rumored in Eastern eccle siastical circles that Monsignor Diomede Palconio the Papal D legate to the United States will probably be created Cardinal at time consistory to be held in June Jton signor Talconio had made hints quite popular in the United Stat and his elevation would not conic o A surprise U n iI r f 7lKENTUOKY IT ISH AMERICANtIRISH MERlGflN Advancememcnt of Irish Americans aid Catholics Order of Hibernians Young rKLNTUGKY Catholic Knights of America MensII PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 PoitoHlce as Second ClasS Hatter KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Users St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 9 1908 snoWs BROAD SlJIUT Even though we do not live in New f York there arc few Kentucky Cath olics who have not token a pride In the New York centenary We feel that as Catholics we are part of that celebration that our parents or grandparents helped to make it possible We are doubly proud when the editor of a daily and non Cath olic paper like the New York Times says The influence of the celebra tion will be beneficial and lasting not only to the church but to the whole community The broadness of mind exhibited in the speech making has shown the American branch of the Church of Rome in its true light while the display of sin ideal and whole cere devotion to nn some enthusiasm has been inspiring CURSE OP AMERICA Fond mothers and lax if not licentiate fathers are prone to give their children too many privileges in the United States The Catholic papers have marked this and from time to time have called attention to it but the San Francisco Chron t icle puts it all in a nutshell The curse of America is its lock of dis cipline In the family the school and the college youngsters grow up to do as they please There Is a mawkish sentiment which is evidence of degeneracy and which prevents the oldfashioned wholesome en forcement of authority among chil dren and youth It is not good for society and not good for the individuals In every family and is every school it is desirable to have some stringent regulations if for no other reason than having them com plied with The best foundation for character is the habit of submission to authority and the time to acquire that habit is in childhood and youth Notre can ever become so competent to wisely direct as those who have fir t learned to obey The looseness and Instability in American character its beginning in the looseness- an j i2t Wllty of family discipline and in the iinsistence of silly and in efficient parents that the same looseness of discipline shall be car ried into the schools from which it easily extends into the colleges The fledgeling in college will turn out a much more useful member of society If he is made to behave himself or clear out REPUBLICAN DELEGATES Louisville was the scene of history making for the State and nation this week rt was the site of the Repub lican State convention when good and true men from the mountains the Bluegrass Pehnyrile Benrgrass and Purchase met to select repre sentatives to the national convention to be held in Chicago where their party will nominate a candidate for the greatest political office on earth the Presidency of the United States No greater honor can come to any man from a political source than to be elected President of this great glorious and free republic The President of the United States is more potent than any monarch of the old world but he has not the despotic owers assumed by the Czar of Bus h nor the emoluments that come tog Edward or any of the ruling ntates To even receive the t nomination is a splendid honor- c United States every men is a reign and a majority of these ereigns delegate their powers to one individual It was to properly delegate these powers that Kentucky Republicans assembled in Louisville this week They differed from the Kentucky Irish American in political faith but they were Americans Ken ttuckians good people and had a right to talk and vote according to their cpnvictlons It is not against the Republican party national or State that the Kentucky Irish American has any great grievance though it is opposed to the alleged reform Republicans who atc trying to run Louisville into the ground or worse The Republican delegates came to Louisville several thousand strong They attended the convention some of them visited the race track and theaters patronized hotels shook hands with Democrats and returned homo io tell folks that tfiey always knew Kentucky was the best State in the Union but they never realized before that Louisville was the best If not the largest city in the Union Republican delegates came to do what they expected to do They were hospitably received and appre ciated aU favors shown them They were gentlemen and acted in such an extremely gentlemanly manner that nisville people are very anxious to H the State Democratic convention eldi here with the hope that the Democratic delegates can eclipse their Republican brethren Murder suicide race suicide di vorce and graft formerly called by the less euphonious name of juicy cry are among the perils that threaten the country The daily press parades stories of crime in sen sational style in every issue the worse the crime the greater the pub licity The teachings of the Catholic church are the only weapons that con be used to combat tliese evils but everybody does not hear the Catholic priest or bishop Some persons who would ignore both will rend a Catholic paper It will not hurt you to lend n Catholic paper magazine or book to a friend Members of the Socialist clergy mens secret organization gave out last Saturday that their efforts will be directed to convert 7000000 Protestant and 3000000 Catholic voters Even if their efforts were so directed they would be mis directed These alleged clergymen are out for gold that they make n show of despising No Catholic and no Protestant who believes in his particular creed will be converted to Socialism which means communism in the end- Cardinal Logue expected to stay two weeks in the United States when he left Irclanil but his first week so impressed him that he has decided trt remain six weeks Incidentally he has expressed a desire to meet President Roosevelt and to see Niagara Falls It may be that he will want to visit Mammoth Cave and Louisville before ho returns home What a re ception the Irish Primate would get if he came to Kentucky Members of the Louisville Ministerial Association were unusually vociferous in pleading for reform and civic righteousness prior to the No umber election Since the primary of April 25 they have been strangely silent To some of the reformers Louisville is like a banquet hall de serted Occasionally there Is a differ ence when one knows whose ox is gored The Board of Public Safety like former Lieut Hobson believes in be ing prepared for trouble Less than a score of policemen averted a row in the famous Gobel convention eight years ago but there were thirty bluecoated charges of Col Hanger on duty at Phoenix mil Park while the Republican convention was in ses sion there this week OXE PRIVILEGED SOX The Very Rev Father James P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese of Louisville had the pleasure on Thursday of celebrating mass at Lex ington in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of his par ents James and Nora Cronin They were married in the City of Cork Ireland in 1858 and came to Frank fort where they resided many years and where Father Cronin was born A few years ago they removed to Lexington where two of their sons John and Michael are in business A daughter Miss Mory Cronin rev sides with her parents CHAMPION YOUNG ATHLETE Clarence A Beutel of the Highlands has been elected Captain TraininghighYoung Beutel Is just sixteen years old and is the youngest Captain ever elected by Manual During the press ent season he has won elgh medals and four cups and holds the juvenile seventyfirewon the fiftyyard championship at Cincinnati on April 14 and the seven tyfive yards at Louisville on April 28 lIe won his M at the age of fif teen the youngest boy that ever achieved such an honor- BECKMANNS STUDIO Dcclmann the uptodate Fourth avenue photographer has made spe cial arrangements for taking pictures of the children who are to make their first communion and be confirmed during the present month He in vites parents and children to visit his studio at 544 Fourth avenue and will guarantee satisfaction His advertise ment will be found in another column Special church scenes have been secured for the sittings of the young folks who have their world done by him GOOD ROAD SnOWING The Louisville baseball team has surprised the fans here by the exceedingly good showing it has made on the road and bids fair to exceed Capt Jimmy Burkes prediction that tripAfterCity and a trip to Milwaukee Toledo uphereTuesdayMay homelluntil U Our WorK Is The TALK OF THE TOWN QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO I OIVB US A TRIAL SOGIETV J IICnrds are out announcing the engagement of Miss Rosalie B Keel and M J Carey Allen Long and Miss Willie Long of South Louisville are visiting rela tives at Skillman Miss Lillian Dehler of the HIgh- lands is visiting friends in Washington and New York City Mr and Mrs Mahoney and children of Crescent Hill have gone to the country to spend the summer Miss Adele Torpey has returned from Shelbyvllle where she was tin guest of Mrs William II Hayes Mr and Mrs R A Brady of Portland have returned home from a pleasant visit to relatives at Loretto Mr and Mrs William Hlggins have returned from Bardstown where they were guests of Mrs Kate Mat tingly The engagement is announced of Miss Annie Whitty and Samuel J Schang the marriage ceremony to take place June =Mrs George Melkle of South Louis vine is spending several weeks with her sisters Mrs A Laurenson and Mrs C J ONcIl at Memphis Mrs Oscar Coldewey of Cincinnati and her little daughter are visiting her father Thomas Shelley and other Louisville relatives and friends Col James L Hackett President of the Greenbrier Distillery Company has gone to Boston on business connected with his mining interests Mackin Councils officers have pur chased a box for the performance of the Mikado by the Catholic Womans Club Choral Aid Society Mrs Amantha Jungbluth has re turned from Oklahoma where she spent a pleasant week with Mrs Rob ert Dulaney and her sister Miss Lily McAfee Cary B Osterman has returned from Chattanooga where he had been representing Humler C Nolan at the Hotel Patten for the past two months Clyde Spear of Syracuse and a well known young traveling man who was here for several days in the interest of some large manufacturing concerns left Tuesday for the East Little Miss Leota Bierach who sprained her ankle last Sunday is recovering rapidly and will be in splendid condition for her part in the coming production of A Mile From TownMiss Frances Schreichcr and Marion Brian well known young people m Hardin county were married at St Clams church at Colesburg on Tuesday the Rev Father Gastoldi offi elating Henry Bruhn of Milwaukee who has made Louisville his home for several years returned home Monday Henrys many local friends wished him Godspeed and hope that ho will locate here again I Thomas Burkholder formerlyof Louisville now holding an important post with a big Chicago house spent Louisville nnEasternMrs Frank Zettel of East St Cath erne street Is at St Anthonys Hos oftyphoiding two of her children who were suffering from the same disease Her speedy recovery is hoped for Misses Annie and Minnie Reichert mvebeenMrsMichaelavenueduring leavefortoday tionally good musicians and were the nttcntlondurIng AMUSESIENTS Derby week caused no falling off at the Hopkins Theater Instead the crowds that came to attend the races playhousetooffered by Manager Dustin Next week there will be the usual double change of bills and the new pictures preceding While several hundred people vis ited Fontaine Ferry Park last Sunday duringtheopening row However those who visited the park this week were loud in their praises of nil they saw and heard and the park promises to eclipse nil former records this year as an amusement recort free concerts will eveningbyPartridge as vocal soloist Another strong vaudeville bill with Carlta and her four dancing dolls as the head liner is advertised Others on the bil include the pearl and Violet Allen Company in The Traveling Man a comedy farce Four other good features will fill out the programme All of last years attractions outside the theater are in full blast and the Tickler and other new devices fo excite human enjoyment ore being properly appreciated With its natural FontaineFerry sondetiesspecial days if picnics and outings are contemplated PICNIC AND EUCHRE St Edwards Commandcry Knights otSt John of New Albany will r SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS 717 FOURTH AVE INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON THEATER give its annual picnic and euchre at TwentyIPOPULAR VICTORY Jockey Clubs Success Applauded I by Pair Mind ed Citizens Today with the running of the his toric old Clark stakes wil end the first week of the thirtyfourth sea son of the New Jockey Club and will also be remembered for the dif ficulties encountered from some little petty politicians who opposed the race meeting under the guise of re form Derby day In spite of the weather and the above chicanery drew a big attendance n representa tive Kentucky crown that enjoyed themselves Immensely in watching time sport of the kings The public has token kindly to the Parimutuel betting machines which are considered by all authorities ns eminently fair and gives a knockout blow to the old cry about bookmakers carrying money away from the city as the winnings now are di vided among the local bettors Un der this system we predict a long and successful career for the Jockey Club and the elevation of the racing game to the highest plane With fair weather the present meeting will prove the most successful and satisfactory in the history of Churchill Downs GOOD RESULTS From Trinity Councils New Campaign Por More Members I splendidIyear last Monday night Three applica lions were received as the first fruits I membershipbPresident Kelly and the other offi cers expect a large increase in mem campaignThe ed that the next dance would be given on the evening of Thursday May 14 Only members and those who have participateII re ported that it would at once begin preparations for the opening of the II new club house Tuesday night Trin itys members paid u visit to Mackin Council and were warmly welcomed i Trinitysmemberstheir hospitable entertainment and nil agreed that the dual assembly would be productive of much good CARDINAL WAS PLEASED ofCntholleCitylasterectedingatherIng witness again such a profession of loyalty to the Catholic faith I have seen processions in various Catholic countries In Rome and elsewhere but nothing to equal this It speaks well for the country to have such a body of men and it must indeed make your Archbishop proud to be I loyaltyIyour country will hardly ever again see such a spectacle GOOn IRISH NAMES New York Citys large police force is to be increased by nearly 1000 men or to be more exact 037 men Of these 125 reported for duty last Monday and the remainder will be placed as soon as they complete their course in the school of instruction dutyMondayhighest examinations both physically nml mentally were James W McKitt rick Peter McGulrk and John E Slattery McKlttrick passed a physical examination of 100 He is a former hero of baseball and foot ball fields DISTINGUISHED COMPANY On Wednesday President Roosevelt was host at a luncheon at the White House and his guests were Cardinal Logue of Ireland Cardinal Gibbons of the United States Monsignor FaV Archbishop lSllOPOConnellversity of Washington D C and the Rev Father Russell pastor of St Patricks church Washington Such distinguished company rarely meet at the table of any monarch or in any city outside of Rome NEW JESUIT COLLEGE The Jesuit Fathers Have purchased blocksInway magnificent new college The prepar atory department will be opened in September and will accommodate 500 students There will also be a college high school and church in the group of buildings The Rev Father J F X OConnor will be President of the new educational institution He has been professor of literature and philosophy at Georgetown Uni versity Boston College and St Jo sephs College Philadelphia HOSPITAL FOR CANTON The home of the late President McKinley at Canton Ohio has been purchased from the estate and trans DishoplIorstmanused as a hospital and will be con ducted by the Sisters of Charity of St Augustines convent at Glenwood It will be known as Mercy Hospital and will be opened as soon as it can be slightly remodeled and furnished for the work it is proposed to carry on there NEW BUILDING FIRM J W Warren and WECoombs r iJ MilO fittiDoI spring sumsI OUR SPECIAL 1 3 for 275 Values Good Reliable Makes In a large variety of pretty patterns in cluding 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 1 3 for 275 Spring Hat Spring Low Cuts Spring Neckwear Spring Underwear etc Glad to serve you anytime Come and See U- sMISSMOSE8M M GOij INCORPORATED lENS AND BOYS COMPLETE OUIFIIIER8 534 W MARKET ST ARTHUR J KINSELLA Manager Green Trading Stamps With Purc- hasesFLOWERS FOR CONFIRMATION Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer ot FLORIST IMASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut DOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders CUT THIS OUT This Coupon Will Entitle You to a Cut Rate PriceO- N ConfirmationAND BECKMANNS POPULAR PRICE STUDIO 544 FOURTH AVE Rome Phone 5050 Avenue Theatre Bldg JUNEIs WEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERICAN 335337 West Green Street Home Phone 946 a new building contracting firm have opened up quarters at 2007 Maple street Both members of the firm are experienced carpenters and builders and have lots of friends i SUDDEN AND SAD John F Sullivan the local manager of the Louisville PacKing Companys meat market received the sad intelli gence this week that his nephew Thomas Sullivan twentythree years old had been drowned in the Wabash river near Lafayette last Sunday Me Sullivan had been an employe of the Lafayette Engineering Company for several months and on Saturday night went to Lafayette to spend Sunday with his mother He is sur vived by his mother and the following brothers and sisters Frank A Sullivan of Louisville John L of Chi ago Edward Oot Hamilton Charles E of New York City Michael- A James J Nona C and Mrs Charles Powell Jr of Lafayette Jnd The funeral was held from St Marys church In Lafayette on Tuesday morning I e We Keep Your Garments As They Left the Store OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES ETC = 10100NN00NN1001N101m11001001NNN1111111N01 j I A 3 Mile NIGHTS from MAY 1TII OPERETTAiiI IARURAL DREAMERSiiif BETTER THAN THE iMacauIeysY Theatre0t UNDER DIRECTION OF FIR AULYN KANSTON i Auspices Mackin Council Choral Club PRICES 25 50 75 100 o Seats on Sale at Macauleys 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Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Pho- nesCBTHOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed n MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO B VENT Proprietor All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can bo found here at reasonable pric- esHERRNIANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tilephent 1948 234 SIXTH STREET An innomtion is 4be wearing of tan I fAlk glovee to roatoh than stockings 0 IJ S1 0 y HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- Newa Notes Next Tuesday night will be the first meeting in May for the Jeffer sonville division The Marching Club met moth Dl vision 2 last night mid the members were royally entertained Division 1 will elect a new Financial Secretary at their next meeting Tuesday evening preceding the init otlon Members of the order must not forget that the Ladles Auxiliary will hold their euchre next Wednesday evening A rousing meeting of Division 3 at its hall Seventeenth and Main streets is promised for next flairs day evening The Ladies Auxiliary meet Wednesday evening arid several hr teresting committee reports ore ex pccted The otter is making Steady progress in MinncROtnt Xot a week passe In Minneapolis or St Paul without something doing and additions to the membership Portland Ore watts the next nil tional convention and committee have been appointed by the order anti Ladies Auxiliary to take steps toward securing it The Manchester Emerald notes the fact that the Ladles Auxiliary in the little town of Milford X H make a fine showing having nearly a hundred members and all in good standing Division 1 will meet in regular session at Pulls City Hall next Tues tiny nfght and President Joint Vl Mulloy is anxious for n dull attendance as mutters of general Interest are to be discussed The Ladies Auxiliary of Anokn Minn celebrated their nineteenth an nlvetfsary with n dancing party lit the armory when several hundrci people sat at the supper utah had m evening of rare enjoyment Kentucky line the opportunity or making the ibest showinig of any State except Indiana at the national convention at Indianapolis and iit will not be the fault of our State anti county officers if we do not take first place The quarterly report of the Minnesota Ladles Auxiliary insurance fund reveals a state of continued pros perity With ull but one claim paid there was a total fund on hand of 44300 of which 35000 IIs invested in Government bonds bearing interest The Catholic ladies of Irish birth and descent of Mepiphis arc organ zing an auxiliary to the divisions there They recognize that in other cities such organizations are very popular and are the means of doing much good in a charitable and social way GOLDEX JUBILEE Catholics of Fort Wayne Ind on SundayIbegan a tridutim service in honor of the golden jubilee of St Llatricks church of that city Pontifical mass was celebrated by the Right Rev Bishop Alerdlng of Fort Wayne assisted by the Very Rev Father Cavanaugh of Notre Dame and the Very Itev Father Andrew orrissGW rovlncla1of the order of the Holy Cross in the United States Wie Ilev Father John DeGrotte pastor of St Patricks was master of ceremonies Monday there was n social gatherlng at one of the leading hotels and Tuesday was children day MAY UK TRUE An alleged cablegram that is very much lacking in authentication states that young German athletes In Berlin will attempt to popularize tJio Ameri can game of liaseiball In Germany this summer The same cablegram says tIle Kaiser and Crown Prince favor the innovation Experlend has proven however that baseball is too fast and strenuous to Interest Uti per cent of European college nth ictes SISTER SKKKS HKAhTII Sisters Mary Patricia and Maij Bernard have gone to Xow York to spend several months in the hope of aenefrttinfe1 the health of time former Both are well known teachers at tin Academy of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy on East Broadway Stele Patricia thus endeared herself to tin people of Louisville and they hope that her health will be speedily restored AHLE SI EX CHOSE Patrick Holley a veteran member- of Branch 21 C K of A find one of the hardest workers in tine ranks of that order has been elected delegate to the State convention John T Lyons another fatinful and veteran member of Branch 21 has been elected alternate With two such good men Branch 21 ought lobe well rep resented at the State gathering in the fall XEARIY THREE CEXTURIES The Chapel of the Conception iin ho City of Mexico is time oldest house of worship on the North American continent By this it is meant tha it was used longer for that purpose than any other Building It was erected in 1541 ananas served almos continuously since that date as ia place where daily devotions were held DIASIOXJ JUBILEE Chicago Catholics will celebrate thi oventyfiftli anniversary of tale founding of the Catholic church iI- that In city on Sunday June 14 Arch bishop Quigley his clergyand hun reda of prominent laymen are nov at work on plans for the dmmonc jubilee Judge Edward E Brown John P McGortyi Dr John Guerli and former Mayor Edward F Dunne are among the laymen selected tJ secure the presence of ecclesiastical I and lay orators for the occasion Cat litrel Gibbons Attorney Genera Bonperte and Hon Bourke Cockrai a are among those invited d al- ff r r c AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Rugs Best qualities and low prices offeringsWe WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price Hubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET l FOn Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET 0 Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 484y flENRYFUGfSFLORIST 7u =Funeral Designs nnd Flower for all occasions GREENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sis STOREHopkins Theatre Building MILITARY EUCHRE Drill and Dance Under the Auspices of Uniform Rank llhe two companies o the Uniform Rank C Kof A held their regular drill at Iliounbc 11111 Hull Tuesday night The incmlburs went through the evolution and sword manual in splendid style The mcmbcrs of time Central Committee were interested spectators und after the drill coma plimented the officers mid men on the progress made The Uniform flunk has decided to give a military euchre dance nnd drill ut Phoenix Hill Nark on the evening of Tuesday June 0 The euchre will be on the beautiful es plenade while dancing will be in progress on the lower floor Prior IIto the cuohre und dance the two companies will give an exhibition I drillThe Uniform Hank is growing in popularity all the time tint their drill euchre and dance promises to attract u large crowd RECENT DKATIIS The funeral of John Dicbold who died at oils residence 1415 Sixteenth street Friday night of lust week took place from 9t Peters church tit 9 oclock Monday morning The de ceased was seventyfour years old and is survived by his wife lIe was well known und cleaned among the GermanAmericans of Louisville and his funeral was largely uttcndedII IA devoted family lost u 1 laimlamid indulgent husband and father the world of labgr lost a faithful son and the Bradley Gilbert Company lost u html working employe when Charles A Coering disd at Ills home 1215 Goss avenue FrILy afternoon TJie deceased was fiftynjne years old and for years had been stationary engineer for the Bradley Giben Company A wife and several chi drew survive Ills funeral took place from St Pauls church Monday morning The syanpathy of ninny friends tins guile out to Mr and Mrs John JUdge oj Cloverport whose littleson died in thattown Friday of last week The little fellow was three yeprs old and the idol of his fond parents In their grief hey are consoled by the thought that the baby will await them in heaven Tho remains were brought to Louisville Friday evening and after reposing all night at the residence of William U Holsclaw 225y West Main street were interred in St Louis cemetery Saturday I afternoonThomas Welsh one of the oldest in Louisville died nt hisElaaterens West Oak street Monday morning and was buried from St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning The deceased is survived by live children James a well known plumber John Michael Dr Thomas Welsh the dentist and Mrs Katie Allison Michael Welsh a brother and Mrs Mary Flanigan a sister The deceased was born in Ireland but Stud been in America more than thirty years A wide circle of friends mourn his death and sympathize watJi the bereaved family Jk LEPIINGS NEIV CAFE II Lopping Co have opened n new and attractive cafe at the north wet corner of Center and Green anelegtntdMr Lopping head ot the firm has been associated with others in bust ness for several years past and un derstands the trade thoroughly Ins friends feel sure that he will be successful in this new venture I Ill average pig yields 112 pounds porka 0- r Lt C J IRELAND Record of the non Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges DnllJtrnlnCountyof 107 years The poor box at St Marys church at Aughaucloy meta broken open and the contents stolen Pupils of the Sisters of Mercy of mnkingIrishin London On the Sunday before leaving for America Cardinal Loguo adininb tered the sacrament of confirmation to 500 children nt Dundalk John Mooney a respected farmer of Xewtownliumllton rns mice dentally drowned while crossing u ditch near his home Ills body wits found by Constable Qernin The Kev Father M Leahy parish priest at Saintfield County Down was thrown from his buggy when his horse stumbled Lund received In juries which resulted in his death A destructive fire broke out on the premises occupied by Peter Corrigan Castleblaueydoing15000 While the fire was at its worst tin explosion occurred out many had miraculous escapes A long watchedfor chapter in the history of the land war in Fnrne was time restoration of KitIrani Boyle to his farm on the Shirley estate ItCarrickmacross This makes thirty evicted tenants that have secured their farms not as graziers but as owners It is reported that Hugh McKee of the firm of McKee Jlroa New townhainllton tad brother of the Jlev P A McKee of Middletown has been Invited to allow himself to be nominated as the Nationalist candJ trots for New tow nlmamiltoa division on the Armagh County Council The ninny friends of Ilev Father Oogapty In Xewtownhamllton an glad to Iwirn that he has recovered from his recent accident which oc stirred sonic time ago and has re sinned duty again Jt will be remembered that wliile he and rather ICerley were driving one morning in December last to a funeral the hors shied throwing the occupants severely to the ground Fortunately enough Father JCerley escaped him jury but Father Gogarty sustained It nasty fracture of the leg GOOnIPOPES lEBAIni IS Early in the present week it was Announced that our Holy Father Pius X wan seriously ill but later advice showed that toe was only sufferIng from a slight cold The Pope rend with great satisfaction time account of the centenary diocesan celebration In New York City TJUNITYS ENTERTAINMENT Trinity Councils euchre and dance vhleli was to have been held last Wednesday night was abandoned on account of bad weather The next euchre and dance will be held at tin club house 718 East Orey street on the night of May 14 Only members and invited guests will be admitted AMATKUIt THKSPfAXS Tune Francis Dramatic Club will give entertainments in the mall tit Seventeenth and Southgate streets on the evenings of Monday and Tuesday May 25 and 20 Quito a novel and amusing programme is promised rickets of admission are only twen yflve cents with reserved seats ten cents extra FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Time I5ev Dr PJillip O Ackermai vlll administer holy communion for the first time to n class of eight boys and three girls at St Philip Xeri church Floyd and Woodbine streets at 845 oclock tomorrow morning VvthcriTum Ackeiynan will officiate at time solemn thigh mass Solemn ves llers will be sung at 3 oclock in tin afternoon ATTOHXKV HULSKAMP John T Hulskamp who has been associated with his brother Albert B lulskaiiin at Sixth and Kentueky- Htrects is now a Lull fledged disciple- of Blackstone and at the graduating xercises of the Jefferson Law choolon Thursday of last week re reived the title of Bachelor of taw Us friends predict success for him In JIIII new profession IJiPORTAXT TO V SI I The Su r1eCncll Entertnln meat Committee will meet at Trinity Hall at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon Chairman James Shelley desires n full attendance to hear the reports or the various subcommittee One of these subcommittees wily hat- the White City has been June 16 and that dj known and advertised aj HEKEXAS NEW Cr The new Sacred II- at Helena Mont wil magnificent church ell- St Paul The Right Carroll has announced that tract for the construction haJ warded to a New York firm work will begin May 15 and it estimated that toe edifice will be oompleted in two years and the cost vlll be 1000000 DELEGATES ELECTED Branch C42 C K o A met in Its haUnt Campbell and Broadway Tuesday night and in addition to trans acting the regular routine elected Harry A Veeneman and Charles Folk as its delegates to the approaching State convention This branch IB sometimes called St Michael t The delegates are tried and true members lof the order tnd will be able to hold ownj in any company NEW CONTRACTORS Joseph Staebler and William Me Farland under the firm name of itaeblcr McFarlandd have gone into the general contracting business pracUj81eq1erleneein trove satisfaction Their office is in the Urban Building Fourth avenue tear Main t n RANK F hotWINGCO 1 Brewers and Bottlers 11 LOUISVILLE KY 9 Cumb Phone slain 1913 Home Phone 1913 TUB WIEDEMANNI BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and PilsenerBeerBR- EWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452eLOIIIt3 VILLIL KY r ASK EO FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST 9 JOHN E FRANK w q WALTERS 1 Clay=Street Brewery i 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED a BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY 1 OHOICE Cut BloornsPlants 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 Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and femule patients reasonable urtherdparticulars npply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeflert onvllle lad 2ICB HOURS SUNDAYS TO 6 q TO 12 OU WANT york done for only lease You I We are rest- advertise A DRliJt OFFICE B4 Nome Phone 19- 42TflQSJR CUT RATE DRUG Prescriptions called for in any part of the city v charges Patent medicines See our complete line of Household cleaning prepara prices I I2CTH AND O n tsy Office flours Home Phone Yc 9 to 4 6127 DR JI fFRANK SULLIVAN1 DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGEt 112 W Broadway LonlsvtIleKy Conducted by theX verUn Brothers Cluslcil Scientific and jjunineu Cour ftepaittoiy De partment targe Swimmln P 101l Well Equipped tymnitlam Terms Moderate Bro James Wr PETER Ills ANDRmI A SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rakttr Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET FRY Ar J1PULSI LAND GLEANER Is Wearing Aonarel i r IJ I S KENTUCKY ISH AltI RIOAN+I THE SIGH STORE t HATSEor Men Young Men and Boys are Hats of Style arid Quality 98c 148 198 248 3 All the new shapes and colors in Soft and Stiff Hats and have the Union Label THE BIG STORE414WeatMerketSt FMILTON M MARBLESTONE der CO JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pendants Brooches Rosaries Silverware etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts I BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West flarket Street I GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH BACH PURCHASE i AY AND JUNEJuly August September October Novem ber December January February March and April are the months to use MULLOYS Teas and Coffees Their quality flavor and purity never vary and the prices are lowest SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50CGreen Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for YlULLOY 45c COFFEE ROASTER HmPbontijij Olaf W MARKET STRBI5T f UNION ICE CREAM CO Mcintxfcaoturer of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en competitorsHomeeeNNNNeNNN eNNNe4eeN NNe eNeNeNe JOHN A PIAZZA 0 jANDj FRESCOINGii i AVENUEJURNISUUD ia tlNNNeecNeNNON t444 + e NN9e NNNNe + O GO FISHING Bass are biting now and If you cant catch them with live minnows you can with sope 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 Imperial Steel Rod 200 1PrIncorporatedCO 225 Fourth St 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 easily cleaned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Haying made our 1907 contractbefore the advance in prices of all Iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND j I Albert Te Schranz REAL ESTAr IN ALL ITS BRANC MONETGUMPH- ONEMAIN 27y Rm INEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB III Spring I 23 DAYS RACING MAY 5 TO MAY 30 Derby Day Next Tuesday May 5 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M r GLAD HE CAME r Cardinal Logue Has Little Hope for Home Rule Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland who came to America to preside 1itt the solemn rites attendant upon New Yorks diocesan centenary readied New York City last Saturday aboard the steamier Imcanla The steamer was meet nt quarantine by Archbishop Farley and w score of leading prominent army of newspaper correspondents and reporters Archbishop Farley was the first o greet the Irish Cardinal but as soon as possible the American Archbishop turned his distinguished visitor over to the tender mercies of the newspaper fraternity To the newspaper men Cardinal Logiies first greeting was I nm glad to be with you and to greet my fellow countrymen in your beautiful land What can I say Im glad to be here with Archbishop Parley on this solemn occasion and to join with him and his people in solemn thanksgiving for the faith that is in us and the progress that faith hay made in your country I shall prob ably remain hero iv month and expect to visit your principle cities I IAsked about conditions in his country he replied that the south of Ireland was very poor and that it grieved him deeply to see so many women mill children seeking employment in Dublin and being unable to get it I I really believe that you in this country could help us by a revision of your tariff The present prospects of the Irish people governing them altogetherimprobable country governing itself us a nation separate and independent Mind you I do not say that home rule will no come I only tell you that I do not think it will soon come I hope so we all hope Why man weve been hoping these many many years ParZ The representatives of Ireland in time English Commons are doing nobly he saldt They have secured by hard fighting certain measures that have been beneficial They de servo suppor and I trust the Irish in America will continue to support them It is better to fight and gain n little than to stand idly byand get nothing RIVAL TEAMS f t Will Strive to Increase the Membership of Trinity t Council I f Trinity Council held another large mid cntJmsiustlo meeting Monday KellyinputthreoThese will be known HS the Ked White and Blue The respective cnptnins will be Eugene jLooncy George Kirchdorfer and frank Brig man TIle three teams expect to in crease Trinitys membership byat least 100 i The Building Committee reported that work on the second ntory of the new club house was now in progress and unless pi signs fall thc new home will be ready for occupancy early in onlyImemberbers to be on lUnd next Tuesday when Trinity will pay a returnI visit to Mnckm Counci- lSUCCESSlUI START The Louisville baseball cut has bytheleadership of CapU Jimmy Burke their fielding being first rate and it improvetheyfor the wnant The corps of pIt- chersrformed exceedingly well 1t their own with any club ition Now if President anager Chlvlngton want It successful feature to opening they should week for the fair sex a little encouargement- t rooters and boosters I JUT HEHB FOR BURIAL e body of Mrs Alice Fisher who od at Hamilton Ohio Friday morp JUg was brought to tills city Satur day and taken to the home of her daughter Mrs James P Shelley 2040 I Alford avenue where it reposed un til ttie funeral Sunday afternoon The t deceased was fiftynine years oldjj and was the widow of Frank Fisher who was formerly a member of the stove monufaoturing firm of Fisher Bros of this city Three years ago her hustHind died and Mrs Fisher went to Hamilton to make her home with her sons John and Willlain Fisher She Is also survived by ifcwo daughters Mrs Ida Lloyd of Iong mont and Mrs James P Shelley jI IJIBHOLDS ON James J Cusick the genial and successful President of Chickasaw Council V M I of Memphis because of pressure of business has resigned the office of President to the great i regret Of tIle council but he etlll holds on to his membfjrshlpt He will Ifs remembered walone oft emovc 1 aav SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First an Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thoma Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kclran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames Sentinel William Nash DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursda Evenings Each Month Scvcnteentl and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan MackeyFinancialTreasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon Sergeji ntatArm s Pat rick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand President John H Henneasy LynchFinancial JTonnelly Recording Secretary Frank I1 DurkefreasurerIIarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEIISONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording SecretaryT OHcrn Financial Secretary Chall Robardi Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL SOS Meets Tuesday Evenings at Clul House C30 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice PresidentSamuel RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin K Walsh SecretaryThomasBachmnn Financial SecretaryFrank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy WHERE THE CROWDS G- OIOCHOPKINSIOOe Largest Moving Picture Theatre la the World PERFORMANCEFrom FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Chauge of Program Sunday and Thursady FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Opens Sunday May 3 HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE Other popular and new features vDlWTSSTON FREE PHOENIX HILl PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GENUINE BOTTLED youfindbeing deceived For picnics out ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 10081110W Main St Both Phones at the Kentucky Grand1 Council set Owenaboro end the dele fates will ibe muoh pleased to learn if his business success 0 Meeting DERBY DAY Past Approaching and AHI Eyes Turn Towards 1Kentucky I Tuesday will be Derby day at Churchill Downs a classic on the American turf and the thirtyfourth successive event under the auspices of the Louisville Jockey Club As usual the classic Derby will be the fourth race on the days curd and from present indications the sporting clement will have a field of nine from which to pick the winner The crack thoroughbreds eligible to enter time Derby will be entered in the nice and speculation is rife as to what the outcome will be Although several horses may drop out before the race it is believed that when the flog falls the field will be larger than in several years The entries as they now stand are Mllfonl and K T Shlpp both owned r by W H Fizer Sir Cleges andL llulbiiK the George 1 long entries Dr Mathews Kd Alverys horse Duimtfiin oAvnod by t7 N Camden Jr Hill llerron Barney Dreyfus horse Simon Weil owned by J Welch Co and llainridge consid eyed by iJ Schreiber us the star of his racing stable Unlike former years there will be no bookmakers at Churchill Downs this season Instead the Parimutuels have been installed and every man will have a chance to back Ills Jude meat on each and every race while the season lasts The Parimutuels is considered the fairest system of betting known and under this form of betting every man is given a run for Ids money The officials at Churchill Downs this year include Charles F Price presiding judge Charles F Grainger and William Shelley associate judges Lyman H Davis Secretary and handicapper and J J Holtman starter YOUJSG MEN Are Being Urged to Become Leaders in Democrat ic Ranks gettllIA enemy time Republican party the rank and file are casting about for candidates for Ithe various oiccs to j forlornireghneconeciistiH of opinion that the young mien oii nit to take the front rank- in the line of1 battle this time and nn effort will be made wherever possible to put young capable and en engt+ tic men on the ticket During time past month the friends urgingstintcratic nomination for County Attorney Mr KJavanagh is n bright young lawyer and during the past j three years has been one of the AsslHtnnt City Attorneys He has made quite a reputation us a speaker at the bar and on1 the hustings Ills friends bejjprc that lie can be elected if nOJI lIMed Mr Kavanngh will atinoiincu at an early date whether IiOwlll make the race COUNTY HOAUI MKKTJXfi The Jefferson County Hoard A O H met in Bentrnnd HuH on Wednes day evening but owing to the extreme inclemency of the weather time attendance was very small County President John A Murphy presided and D J Coleman acted Secretary of tho meeting The matter of giving a donation to the AntiTuberculoslH Hospital fund was taken up and dis cussed but owing to the paucity of delegates present no definite nation was taken The showing to the made by Louisville Hibernians at Indian apolis during time national convention and the Marching Club were also dis j cussed Irtformnlly The board adjourned to meet at the call of the Chairman County President Murphy has Is I sued a call for n meeting on May 8 i to take up tIle annual field day propo sition I AMUSKMKXTS Hopkins Theater enjoyed another Ifood week on account of the stiperl ority of its motion pictures As usual the films were clanged on Thursday and the last half of the week proved to be as attractive as the first The majority of the pictures are of a humorous nature with enough pa thos to act as toll for the side split ting Incidents depicted In those of a lighter vein Manager E W Dustin Is so favorably impressed with the attendance that he still adheres to his intention of keeping the Hopkins Theater open all summer The pro gramme for next week Is an excep tionally flue one and certain to please everybody FONTAINK FERRY OPENING Summer amusement 4s scheduled for tomorrow at Fontbipe Ferry Park Tho beautiful resort on the banks of the Ohio will be thrown open for Its fourth season tomorrow afternoon No admission fee 1111J be charged ihls year The elimination of the gate last year proved both popular with publicItattractions have been added and alt of time old favorites including HopV kins vaudeville have been retained Q A- tr a o + eeNeeaNe NeeeeNe e eeeeNdeeNeeso REFRIGERATORS r 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 low as 550 This is a great chance Take advantage of it OUR LEADER galvanizedlining75poundZ550t THE COLUMBIA Oak nish white enamel tined mineral wool filler remov able ice chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices 1250 to 2500 according to size i THE OPALITE i Refrigeratorsthe NeptunehairYOU CAN PAY CASH OR IN CONVENIENT PAY- MENTSJA1VIESGREENE 4 52729 E Market Street BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES +N NN1eNN NNeeNNee N OeeNetl eeeN eeeNN i5 t BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I NNeeceeeeececoeceNNeeeeeNNeeeeceNNNe LARGEST AND BEST II- IN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO INCORPORATED HAND WORK A SPECIALTY n GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 MAIN OFFICE504 SIXTII NEAR GREEN e eeeoNeeeoN ee eee N+ eeoeeeeeeNNeeNNeeeeeee TypewritingII CWS SPENCM Presldtat rn1ue Bottled In Bond t i J Spencerian graduates are alwtys in demand InrntrHuraiSptDCtr COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING EPAR11Uft1 rNcORPORATED SCHOOLeJJ vNNeOerrvNeeeeeeee Smiths Crony SMITH DISTILLING COMPANYr iIHCORPORATEq Jprompt stoneto eeoeoeeeoeeeeeee Being the Distiller I Can Give You Pure Whiskey at Low Prices 4Year Old at 225 per gallon 6 250 8U h 300U 10n o n 400 14 500II rr W L SMITH327 W Market St Louisville If good not as represented Kyffmoney will be refunded NNNMe1NeNeN1NII 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 some 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 COKES AX COAL TAR FOR SALE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager IiEADQiCTAItTIDRI FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprinlLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all first class market producta LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY t t t t t + ++ t t t t t t t ti FINE WINES CHAMPAGina I AJU 31345 West Green r XIQUORB 0101 J tlN1 t+ UU4 n e- i