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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- r k KENTUCKY IRISH AMERiCA tt w L VOUAIE XXNO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 161908 PRICE FIVE CENTS POPE PIUS X Appeals For All in Behalf of tho Indian Catholic Schools Ins Zeal and Benignity Arc Blended in Autograph Letter Epistle Addressed Cardinal Is h Transmitted Press to the ALL ONE FAMILY IN CHRIST His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons has paid the Kentucky Irish American the compliment of writing an autograph letter commending to ourselves and readers a subject dear to his heart dear to the heart of our Holy Father Pius X dear to the whole church it is the commendation of the Society for the Preservation of the Faith among Indian children With it Cardinal Gibons transmits through Car dinal Merry del Val Papal Secretary of State an autograph letter from Pope Plus on the same subject It will be remembered that Cardinal Gibbons Is President of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions The Popes autograph letter is addressed to the Cardinal Archbishop of Balti more but is intended to be perused and heeded by Catholic Bishops priests and laymen It reads Dearly Beloved Son and Venerable Brethren Health and Apostolic Bene diction Among the chief glories of the Catholics of America must be enumerated their achievements in spreading the Catholic faith among the people of their own nation and the example they have set the rest promotingbycause of religion and the welfare of souls The knowledge of this inspires us with consoling assurance at this particular time when in our mIle itude to protect as effectively as pos sible and in the most practical man ner the interests of Catholicity V among the American Indians we have come to realize the necessity of arousing our Catholic people in Amer ica to activity and of stimulating their zeal in behalf of these their brethren in the faith We realize the many and grave dif providing dren in Catholic schools and we are aware how active in the prosecution Societyforamong Indian chlldrcn established by you a society which spares no effort to protect the faith of the Indians against every peril and to propagate the faith among the Indians In every way This society is adapted to the end for which it has been instituted as it endeavors to arouse the people to the importance 01 taking an active interest in the souls of the Indians ns it likewise collects a fee from each of its members and thus besides combining their efforts it unites their resources and so by defraying the expenses necessitated by the Catholic Indian schools makes it pos sible to keep up these institutions- In consideration of what with due encouragement this society can ac complish for the development of cit particularly Indians deprived of Catholic schools will without doubt suffer injury to say nothing of the loss of fjouls we are convinced that it is incumbent upon us as a duty of our apostolic office to commend this society to the Bishops to the clergy and to the faithful of the United States of Amer ica to theend that it shall be estab parishffeel assured namely that the Indians will not be deprived of the blessings of salva tion nor yet of the advantages of Christian education if the other faithful children of the church in America regarding them ns their brethrenall Christians and members of one family of Christand manifesting their devotion to them make it a point one and all to enroll their names and contribute their fees as societyAs graces and a token of our benign interest with imparttoand to your work the apostolic bene dictionGiven at Rome at St Peters the yearfnOPE FOR RECOVERY ofkY M and asso ciated with his father in the under taking business is at the hour of going to press critically 111of x neuralgia of the heart Mr Keenan Is one of the best known nnd most active workers In Catholic church4 and Catholic society circles in Louts stile Thousands of his friends join with his parents In praying for his speedy recovery The young man re celved the last rites of the church Thursday morning GRAND OFFICERS CHOSE ofColumbusi oniin the State were represented Mat ters of importance to the order were S discussed andrthee following officers eButye 4 State Treasurer William Kelly Lex v Q- CJ I ington State Secretary George Buckley Louisville State Warden Andrew Weikel Paducah State Advocate John Drury Morganfield It i was decided to meet in Owensboro next yearI REMEMBERED Children railed to Forget- a Loving Mothers Birthday Now and then the tired mother who has been sewing cooking and keeping the house in order when she is not soothing the children or en couraging the father gets a glimpse of that place where all is happiness a place where all is serenityand love a haven of rest for the mother and wife Mrs William M Illggins had an experience of this kind Wednesday The children planned the affair tool their father into their confidence and surprised their I motherMrs Higgins was sent on an imag inary visit to the home of her daugh ter Mrs Thomas D Clines She was ito keep house and mind the baby for the evening She had only settled I comfortably when the door opened and a number of guests her old friends her husband soninlaw and children walked in and congratulated her on a birthday she had forgotten about TJiosa who greeted her were Messrs and Mesdames John A OConnor William T Meehan John W Gray and Will Whltty Mrs James Noonnn Misses Mary Clines Mary Noonnn Mamie Cunningham her delighted husband William M lug gins her soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Thomas D Clines and her other children Misses Hattie and Margaret Walter Joe and Frank Higgins After the surprise was over there were music card games a light colla tion and wishes for ninny happy returns of the da- ySUDDEN SUMMONS Came to Two Well Beloved Kindly and Christian Ladles Two nobly Christian women women who believed that charity was the greatest of virtues passed Into eternity Sunday morning The elder lady Mrs Maria Sanders Norton died soon after midnight The younger Mrs Meyer Hllpp expired very sud denly at 1030 oclock The charities of these two ladles were boundless yet unostentatious They were both workers in the world and set an ex ample for Catholic wives and mothers Home and family were their king doms Both will long be remembered by the faithful Catholics of Louisville Mrs Norton was seventytwo years old and while she had been suffering from a complication of ailments at tendant upon old age for several months her death was rather unex pected Saturday evening she be came very ill and death ensued with in a few hours at the home of her son Dr F B Norton 1214 West Broadway She was the widow of William Norton who died five years ago and the mother of eight chil dren The children are James Norton one of the School Trustees from the Ninth ward J J William Tr Dr Frank B nil of Louisville and An thony J Norton of Pittsburg and Misses Kate and Mary Norton of I Louisville and Mrs J J Howley of Pittsburg Her funeral took place Assumption I formerlyissNelilefavorably known in Catholic circles She had been suffering from rheuma tism for several weeks and was pre paring to go to Mount Clemens Mich next week She attempted to walk across tIle floor Sunday morn ing but the exertion proved too much and she fell forward and expired in her husbands arms She Is survived by her husband Meyer Hilpp and a sister Miss Maggie Burke Her funeral took place from St Johns church at Clay and Walnut streets Tuesday morning Both funerals were largely attended NEW HONORS For the Right Rev Peter J Muldoon of Chicago Diocese The latest und it is relieved an authentic report Is to the effect that the Right Rev Peter J Muldoon auxiliary Bishop of Chicago has been named Bishop of the new diocese of Rockford ill Bishop Mul doon is eminently fitted for the place He was born In Columbia Cain 1863 und received part of his edu cation at St Marys College Ky In 1886 he was ordained priest in Brook lyn and in the same year became assistant priest at St Pius church in j Chicago Two years later he was I made Chancellor of the diocese and Secretary to Archbishop Feehan auxiliaryDishopin 1902 Bishop Muldoon became its first Incumbent He Is zealous en ergetic thoroughly American and believes that next to Illinois Ken lucky is the greatest State In the Union RESPECTED MAN DEAD David Driscoll for fiftysix year a respected citizen of Jeffersonville passed to his eternal reward atBl Edwards Hospital Nqw Albany last Wednesday The deceased was born JaydhiJ j I A MILE FROM TOWN Mackins Choral Club Will Give Three Splendid Performances ol Pretty Rural Operetta Composed and Directed by Leading Young Music Master Pretty Girls Jolly Boys Charming Costumes Sparkling Humor Catchy Songs Excellent Talent and Grand Chorus Will Make Striking Production THOMAS D CLINES Next Monday Tuesday and Wednes day nights between seventy and one hundred of the best young people in Louisville will appear in a new and sparkling opera at Macauleys Thea ter A Mile From Town is the title of the production The lines arc bright the music is catchy and the Vords and airs are the composition of a Louisville musician Mr Aulyn Kanston who was the composer of The Dreamers an operetta which made a hit last year is also the father of the new composition But the authors work is only the instru ment to be used by many people and amateur opera singers have a hard row to hoe before they are ready to present a show in entertaining and artistic shape Behind the enterprise is Mackin Council Y M I The Commercial Club the Board of Trade nor any other business organization possesses more talent gets better results does wnysthanmade up of young Catholic gentlemen and enthusiasm bubbles out all over them when you mention Mackin or the Y M I They can not help it system ever it is that gives Mackin members the measure of men hustling ability and perseverance is a secret known to Tames T Shelley Charles S Jlaidy William Kerberg Jack Me Queese Vincent Smith Frank Adams Frank Murphy Ben Sand and others of the Old Guard They work they read they advertise and are always organizationhasa A Mile From Town and it is need performelbeforeThe story of the opera is about as follows A number of jolly girls leave town in a touring car with their friend Virginia Miss Esther Whedon Slater as guide Half a mile from the city they meet two handsome young men in a roadster and on the spur of the moment a race is instituted in which the girls win and the poor fel lows meet with an accident which almost puts them out of commis- sionTrixieHattie E Hoffman America and for a while resided in Connecticut but removed to Jeffer sonville in 1852 Since then he had been a continuous resident of that city For more than fifty years he had been an active worker for the Democratic party but never held of flee Ills widow and four children survive The children are John D Driscoll Assistant Cashier of the Citizens National Bank Jefferson ville Eamund Driscojl prominent in railroad circles at Vicksburg Miss Nora Driscoll of Jeffersonville and Sister Mary de Sales of Henderson Ky The funeral took place from St Augustines church Jeffersonville yesterday morning TRINITVS BRIGHT PROSPECTS President James B Kelly presided over Trinity Council Monday night The ktttendance was fair and the members transacted a great deal of Important routine business Two new applications being presented bythecontinues to show results The offi verybrightgreat progress to be made with the new club house Only one member of the council is on the sick list THEIR HAPPIEST DAY Ten girls and fifteen boys will re ceive their first holy communion at Bt Mary Magdalens church Brook street between College and Brcckln ridge at 7 oclock tomorrow morn bythepastor It will be a low mass but the school children will sing the cus tomary hymns while the mass is being celebrated These twentyfive children wilt be confirmed by the DlslopofLittleAssumption Tuesday May 20 u OHAiRLES S RAIDY Snooks Leota Whitton Blerach Virginia and the other auto girls ar rive at Aunt Treasys home Aunt Treasy is one of the several funds of byPatrickdaysIncidentnlly Hoffman and Snooks little Miss Leota Whltton Bicrach appear on the scene Schmldtie played by Charles Parsons is a German farmer who boardinghouseTreasys home He finds the two young men who had been injured in the automobile accident and removes them to Aunt Treasys back yard in order that she mayhavc the trouble of caring for them It develops that the young men are not badly hurt inveiglethemcatches him in the act and chases him from the place Aulyn Kanston as Percy Pemple and Thomas D Clines as Goggles are the young fel lows Incidental to the action there are a number of love scenes choruses persuadesAuntparty In her rose garden At the opening of the second act Virginia has returned from town with costumes for the girls Comic scenes ensue Trixie attempts to put on four or five dresses at once and one of the automobile youths offers finallytellsthe lowers ensue and the party is al most abandoned when Schmldtie and Aunt Treasy appear on the scene Aunt Treasy sings a ballad that tlleybecomeSenator Voyce who will be imperson ated by Louis J Kleffer falls in love with Virginia but his attentions are rejected and he returns to Utah with a sore heart In the end each of tin young men gets the right girl rnl the opera closes with a grnart ensemble of cast and chorus The principals in the cast ar- eVirginiaEsther Whiedon Slater I Aunt Treasy Patrick King TROUBLE This Reform Government of Ours Refuses to Stny Reformed Mayor Grinstcnd Is Hedged in by Many Blundering Friends The Kentucky Irish American Was First to Unearth the Rottenness A WEEK OF GREAT TRIBULATION The Louisville city administration headed by Fanner Grlnstead has A SomeIbodybeds while the Mayor and his guards I the members of the Board of Safety were slumbering Some day Ills I Honor may wake up to find that there arc other departments of the city government where petty offi dials consider a public office a private graft Taft and Graft is the slogan of the civic righteousness machine that is now rolling likenJuggernaut over time Tights of Louis vine people The people can block the way if they will They have the poWer and thij leaders but there must be union among the leaders to atop this Infernal machine before it has gone further J tI t I t LOUIS J KIEFFER I Senator Voyce of Utah L J Kieff- erSchmtdtieCnarles Parsons Go gIesThease D Clines Percy PempleAulyn E Kanston In the girls chorus will be the fol j lowing auto girls Anna nnd Rosinajj Diehl Rose Gans Mayme Gies Maud Herbst Gertrude Howe Julia Kaleher and Milda Schwleters The Derby I damsels will be Abbie nester Clara Dannenhold Lillian Gies Edna Harlr old May Kaleher Lillian Ryan Louise Sigman and Marie Wieland The dairy maids are to be Jeanette Dannen hold Anna Doyle Marguerite Gavin I May Honrigan Eva Lentsch Gertrude Oswald Gertrude Lentsch and Virginia Taylor I In the young mens chorus the city lads will be represented byTom Duddy Gus Grass John Kenney Rus sell Mocker James Mullarkey Ben Reed George Welsh and Fred Zahn Farmer boys will be Tom Curley Pat Duddy Joe and George Kieffcr Martin McCue John Seibert Bob Wieland and Allen Wobben Following are the musical numbers Overture orchestra Opening chorus A Mile From Town dairy maids farmer boys and Derby damsels i j Not Like Other Boys Snooks I Jolly Little Jelly Fish Virginia and chorus Im A Fox Goggles and chorus I If Heavens Like That Im Willing to Die Percy and chorus Come and Whisper Virginia Percy and chorus Finale of first net ensemble of principals and chorus Opening chorus second act Where Roses Bloom Tine Maid With the Dainty Duds Trixie and chorus Wont You Come Into My Garden Virginia Percy and chorus Every Worm is Bound to Turn Schmid tieII Farewell Sweetheart Forever PercyWhen I Im a Man Snooks principals and chorus Finale ensemble of principals and chorus Judge Kirby has enjoined the city from selling the famous Fetter franchise Judge Field has set today for hearing the motion for a temporary injunction to prevent the Gen eral Council from awarding the city printing without a look at the circulation figures of the dally papers the Chief of Police nnd the Board of Safety are in the throes of agony about alleged grafting by members of the police force There are other matters too held In abeyance matters that mayhap have not fully developed but when they are made public will make a sensation worse than that of the alleged grafting of the police Right here it is well to remind the general public that the Kentucky Irish American was the first paper daily or weekly to call attention to the fact that certain police officers were permitting crap games and other gambling games within their respective districts The rumors were thick but no daily paper cared enough to Investigate The facts could have been attained with surety if due circumspection were used Mayor Grlnsteada personal friends according to Chief of Police Hanger did the investigating and told the Mayor what they found It has developed that Col Hanger has filed charges of conduct unbe coming a police officer and neglect of duty against Capt Pope Speed CoptSpeedup by the Louisville Evening Post In its fight for civic righteousness Ministers of the gospel preached against graft and lauded Speed They built an elongated halo of everlasting glory around his head Now ho has sent his resignation to the Mayor because he has been accused of pro tecting dive keepers and pf accepting from saloon keeperlSinrthe Red Light a Captain badge studded with hiaioflrotectlngl onlyWillof preachers say a word about devel opments from their pulpits tomor rowThe Board of Public Safety did not allow either Capt Speed or Lieut DeMarsh to resign Both were canned and with the full approvalof Mayor Grinstead Detective Robert J Foster has been before the Board of Public Safety on several occasions during the past fortnight as the result of charges preferred by Councilman Otto Cohen Mr Cohen heard that Foster circulated a report that he Cohen had promised to stand be tween a saloon keeper and the city authorities if he kept his place open on Sunday Louis Dugan the saloon keeper In question Judge T Wheeler McGee and James Fnhey Secretary of the Detective Bureau united In w1111rtheSpeedThe there someone more responsible than Kentucky Irish American will give a handsome prize to any Democrat who voted the Reform ticket last November who Is stubborn I enough not to admit he was grievously mistaken MORE MEMBERS Each Meeting of Division 4 Shows An IncreasedII InterestII There was no falling off In at tendance or enthusiasm at the meet Ing of Division 4 A O II Monday night President John II Hennessy occupied the chair The application of Michael Wolfe was received and John Burke John Lawless and William Linsky were obligated John hadlbeenI Will McDonough William J Con nelly and Stephen J McEllIott were appointed to draft appropriate resol arlolNorton whoseII efforts to pay for their new home is exemplary and inspiring The enter amateurltalent Secr retary was instructed to invite the other divisions and the Ladies Aux eveningIKNIGHTS AND LADIES Strong Louisville Delega tion to the Kansas City Meeting The Supreme convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of Amer- Ica will meet in Kansas City next week and It is expected that each of the 231 branches will be represented The convention will be one of the theiplan of rating will be debated and the contest for each of the supreme offices will bo spirited The delegates that will go from Louisville are William Quinn Ed ward Sheridan Mrs Mary Weisen I berg Michael McDermott Miss Rena C Weisenberg John P Wallace Miss Mamie Hannon J H Klein Martin Stocker Miss Alice A Morris Mrs Catherine D Mooney Thomas M Camfield Theodore Schneider Anton Kast Miss Mary B Bohn Michael Lyons Miss Katie Smith John DI Murphy of Jeffersonville and Miss AlbanyI Kansas prepnraI ment of the delegates FULL OF RUSTLE Central Committee ofCath- olic Knights Held Busl nesss Session The Central Committee C K of A held a splendid session at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson streets Friday night of last week All of the Louisville branches affili ated with the central body were rep resented by one or more delegates presll1edPreparations reception and entertainment of the conventionIthat it had made arrangements for a military drill euchro and dance to be held at Phoenix Hill Park on the DuringtheUniform Rank will drill between the dances The euchre tables will be esplanadeHarry a splendid MembershipCommittee more branches were about to affiliate with the central body Capt Gus Kane made an interesting address on the military branch of the order and told what the two local companies were doing John Schalda presented three and Harry Veeneman two applications Several members have of fered prizes for the coming euchre and the list now promises to be a large one BEATIFICATION Tomorrow the Venerable Margaret Postel Is to be beatified with Kiilnnn ceremonies in the Vatican A week hence the Venerable Magdalen Sophia Barat foundress of the American Sisters of Charity will be beatified beatIflcaHonof l dell Addbloreta of tlie assioul9t iplaceik EDIFYING Light That Greeted the Eye I IofLouisvillo Citizens On I r i German Catholic Men Escorted i Orphans to Annual Celebration f Bounteous Repast Furnished to Children and Marchers aa by Ladies s FATHER BONAYENTURES SERMON It has been a long time since theipeople of Louisville witnessed the edi fying1 sight of last Sunday when sevceral hundred members of the St Josephs Orphan Asylum Society and t five commanderies of the Knights of St John escorted the inmates of the 1 orphan asylum to St Vincent de Pauls church Shelby nnd Oak l streets where the annual celebration e was held True enough these celo brations have been held annually but it has been several years since the i day was so bright and enjoyable as last Sunday There are 140 orphans In the asylum nnd of these ninetysix occupied five large open vans in the procession The remaining children f were infants in arms or too small to take part in the celebration The vans containing the children left St Josephs Asylum Crescent mil at 130 oclock and proceeded to St Bonifaces church Jackson and Green streets where the St Josephs Orphan Society and the five com manderles were awaiting them The children were neatly attired the little girls in blue gingham dresses and aprons with jaunty straw hats the boys in black suits and straw hats The joy bells at St Boniface pealed out a salute until the procession was In order and never left off until the last van disappeared around the corne-rof Clay street A band of twenty pieces led the procession Following came the Knights of St John in full panoply The several hundred men our leading Catholic German business and professional men men to be proud of anywhere who compose the St Josephs Asylum Society brought up the rear The officers were J J Schrecker Marshal Henry Kupper President Joseph Hubbuch Vice President William Block and Edward G Hill Secretaries Henry Michael TreasurerThe of the procession was east on Green to Clay street south to Walnut past St Johns whose hell rang a salute east to Shelby and south to Broadway while St Martins bells pealed joyouslyeast on Broad way to Logan street south to Oak and then wfst to St Vincent de Pads church where the marchers opened ranks and allowed the omni buses carrying the orphans to pass through The streets along the route were crowded with women and childrenThe little orphans entered the church first and lined up In front of the sanctuary In two rows The 5 members of the St Josephs Society I followed and filled up one aisle k while the Knights of St John prac tically filled another The remainder of the church was filled by members of the congregation and Catholics from all parts of the city rherejwere fifteen priests in the sanctuary when solemn vespers began withJFather Richard Wurth O F Mof- St Boniface celebrant assisted by Father Jerome Preisser O M C of St Peters church Father P J Berreshelm of St Elizabeths and Father Reuff master of ceremonies The sermon was in the German Ian guage and was preached by the Rev Father Bonaventure Cicek O M C of St Anthonys church The speaker paid a glowing tribute to time work done by the men of St Joi sephs Society and told of its history during the past fiftynine years Some of the society members haveIbeen in the organization more than half a century In conclusion he ex horted the young men to take up the good work begun by their fathers and grandfathers and by word and example inculcate the same spirit of charity and love for the parentless little ones in their children nnd chil drens children The handsome church with its har electrislightschildrens voices and the solemn bene diction of the most Blessed Sacra ment was something long to be re memberedAfter religious ceremonies the orphans were escorted to the school hall where the married ladles of St Elizabeths Society and the single ladies pf St Cecilias Sodality served them a bountiful repast The officers of these societies are St Elizabeths Society Mesdames P Burckhart President II Brumlevey Vice Presi dent Joseph Twlcklcr Secretary J Neff Treasurer Joseph Deb Secretary of the Poor Souls Society St Cecilias Sodality Misses Tillie Zabel President Sophia Miller Vice President Anna Wernert Secretary Maria Wachenthaler Treasutety Theresa Hutmacher Secretary of the Poor Souls Society Cot J H Blumors presided over the dinner for the men- RisIlOl N HENNESSY nEST BUM W k The Right Rev John J HenneBayS for twenty years Bishop of Wichita Kas Is spending a fortnight at West linden f yhas made fjjenoXji with iffdenonilnatfons a the Inc jog dace i Iir t w 2T i rKENTUOKY IRISH AlMORIOAN tF KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememen of Irlsh Americans a d CatholIcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Liens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers wy wySUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered it the Louisville PoiloHlce as SecondClass flatter Addrea all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West drew St N LOUISVILLE KVSATURDAY MAY 16 1908 t TOO MUCH PLAY Where is our School Board running Ito Somebody must be digging ditches to divert the money appropriated by the citizens of Louisville the County of Jefferson and State of Kentucky into arid plains What with the Boys High School opera company the Girls High School op cretin and the Manual Training High Schools debate on political topics there Is little left for the stUdy of reading writing and arith metic People who have to pay the taxes wonder whether the School Trustees or the Superintendent Is to blameII Present indications lead the United States Immigration Bureau to be lieve dint the number of immigrants from Ireland tIlls year will not p reach half of last year One reason assigned Is that many former immigrants t had their passage prepali by l relatives in the United States In one respect nt least Americas loss Is Irelands gain WHAT RESEARCH REVEALS Occasionally a benighted enemy of the Catholic church insists that she is unprogressive that she hinders and actually prevents education Our clergy are continually on the alert to combat and refute these fallacies Once In a while they find a fair minded man of dissenting faith who If intelligent enough tells what he has discovered and paves the way for others to investigate Onlya few days ago Dr Hiram Brigham of Yale University a man of pro found learning and with a peculiar faculty for delving at the founda tion off things told his Yale students 7One does not always remember i that the first Spanish settlements in South America antedated the first English settlements in North Amer ica by nearly a hundred years and t that when the Pilgrims landed at fljmouth there were already cities In South America that could boast of a longer history that Chicago can today When Harvard our oldest university was only an idea in the minds of a few English colonists the University of San Marcos in Peru ivns a well established institution 3already older than Cornell is today Mthen Cornell celebrates her hun dredth anniversary the University of San Marcos still flourishing will be getting ready to celebrate her fourth hundredth When Yale was founded this ancient university of Lima was already 131 years old or about the same nge that Columbia is today THE AFTEREFFECTS The wave of prohibition local option or whatever you may choose to call the movement that has for Its end the curtailment of personal lib erty is having its after effect and this effect is not only showing in the South where several States have gone dry but right here in Ken tucky and in Louisville Men and women have taken to the use of cocaine morphine opium and drugs that have similar effects Just now cocaine seems most in demand and the demand is increasing Cocaine is slow but it always brings death r Morphine has a soothing effect to cnlno grips the very soul and dead ens the voice of conscience At first its victims arc ashamed to admit that they use it Later they buy it openly and without resorting to subterfuge Sociological statisticians tell us that twothirds of the petty 4 criminals of the United States are victims of the cocaine habit they will steal anything tq get the drug they never have time ambition to do- d big job of thievery and their only desire is to secure the drug Victims of the morphine uud r whisky habits often evince a desire to refprm and plead to be cared for the cocaine victim evinces no such desire Kentucky has laws pro hibiting the sale of this and other drugs without the presentation of a physicians certificate yet the drug is sold in many pharmacies In LIlts vllle and elsewhere in the Ruts in open violation of the law It lit tmi the authorities were taking neas ures to stop the evil that will eventually bring more disgrace upon ridingIThe race of Kelly Burke ad Siieav1llbe in evidence nt the Denver Democratic convention which meets on July 7 William Jennings Bryan a remote d- elend nt of Brian Boru will be the iiPresidentoDunn 01 Omaha will place him In nomination and Jerry B Sullivan of Dee Moines Iowa will second the mlnatlon Thouwradpf Irishmen In every State will help to elect the Democratic nominee Gov and Mrs Augustus E Will son have been the recipients of much attention in Washington this week Both have represented Kentucky in every way The Governor and his wife ore proud of the State time peo of Kentucky are proud of their Chief Executive and his lady and the nations representatives in Washington honored Kentucky in honoring Gov and Mrs Willson Good Lord deliver us The Episcopalians established a confessional a few years ago and now we rend that a Methodist minister of Laport e Ind received a few communications In the confessional and hastened to put the police and county authori ties next Think of it a Methodist minister receiving information under the seal of the confessional What will happen next The cornerstone of the proposed home for the International Union of American Republics was laid at Washington The American Government gave the ground Andrew Car negie gave the money for the proposed building and Cardinal Gibbons invoked the blessing A Philadelphia telegram states that fifty ministers of the Episcopal creed have decided upon a date when they would embrace the Churchof Home Only fifty Why not make It unanimous gentlemen ELECTED DELEGATE Col Henry Bosquet a pIoneer member of Branch 45 C K of A has been honored by his branch in being chosen delegate to the State convention of tne order He has served before is familiar with all the societys workings and will make an able representative PRIESTS MOURN SISTER The light Rev Monsignor Murray and the Her Father J A Murray of AlbanyTuesdaytheir sister Mrs Mary A Bolnnd Other priests who attended the fu neral were Fathers P II Griffin of Washington Ind and James P Byrne of Indianapolis RECEXT DEATHS Miss Ellen Haverty a well known young ladyof Jeffersonville died last Friday at the home of her sister Mrs Dennis OHern 219 Indiana ave nue Two sisters Mrs OHern and Miss Mary Haverty survive her The funeral took place from St Augustines church Sunday afternoon and was attended by a large con course of friends Peter Burke a faithful employe of the Galt House died at the home of his brotherinlaw Patrick J Ryan nightDeathof diseases The deceased is sur NaryBurkeand John Burke The funeral took place from St Cecilias church Wednesday morning A paralytic stroKe sustained a few days before caused the death of Mrs Mary A Boland 509 Ekin avenue Xew Albany on Sunday Her hus band Michael dtolnnd an old resident of New Albany died a year ago and since then his wife had been in fail ing health Two daughters and four sons survive her The funeral tool Tuesday morning from Holy Trinity church of which she was a devout member Mrs Anna V Bruce Brennan wife ladyheldnt St Joseph Infirmary Wednesday afternoon In addition to her hus band slue is survived by eight chil dren Col Harry M Brennan Dr J A 0 Brennan N Bruce Brennan Miss Beulah Brennan allof Louis WashingtonDrof New York City and Thomas Bren nan Jr of Minneapolis Mrs Sarah Carr a well beloved lady of the West End died at her home 3112 Bank street Sunday morn dropsyShe andICarr was a native of Indiana and was fortySeven years old but time greater LouisIJames JCnrr an art glass manu fattturer and one daughter Miss Mabel Carr The funeral took place AssumpiSad as well as sudden was the death of Alfred Schweitzer the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Schweitzer 1539 Pope street on Tuesday morn ing He had been suffering from malaria for several weeks but the immediate cause of death was a congestive chill The deceased was twen tytwo years old and was very popular in the East End Besides his parents he is survived by two sister Misses Mamie and Stella Schweitzer and four brothers Louis John Blilcri and Frank Schweitzer Bis funeral took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacramejit Thursday morn ing Atl Our WorK Is The TALK OF THE TOWN I QUALITY I s 9a4s9w w frwy9 w iowl9ads SOG1ETY r4 On June 1 hiss Marcie Vtglini will leave for Connecticut to VisIt rela tives Mrs Hugh OBrien of Pleasure Ridge Park is convalescent after a long nnd serious illness Miss Honora Murphy has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Hiram Hughes at Charlestown Ind Mrs Charles Heincs of Portland spent this week in Cincinnati as the guest of her sister Mrs M Sexton Mr and Mrs William Mahoney and family of Crescent Hill have gone to Pleasureville to spend the summer Miss Mary Kelly has removed from Columbus Ind to VTef fersonvllle and will In future make that city her home Mrs J II Hayes has returned glom Springfield where she was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs George Edelen Thomas J Batman the well known distiller who has been seriously ill is convalescing nnd will soon be able to be out Miss Nannie Francke one of the most attractive young ladles in the Highlands is improving after n serious indisposition Miss Mildred Murphy of Marengo Ind was the guest of her aunt Mrs Charles Fitzgerald 503 Spring street Jeffersonville this week Miss Margaret McKenna has re turned to her home nt Fairfield after n pleasant visit to her grand father Charles J White Val Dahlen Jr and bride have returned from their honeymoon trip and are at home to their friends at 2015 West Jefferson street Master John Owens a popular Parkland boy who submitted to an operation at St Josephs Infirmary a fortnight ago Is now convalescent Mrs 7 F OBrien who submitted to n serious surgical operation nt St Josephs Infirmary three weeks ago has been removed to her home Mr and Mrs A B Hart and chil dreii Melvin nnd Olga of St Marys Ky spent last Sunday as the guests of the Misses Kenney Sixth and Oak streets Eugene IT Baumgarten one of Louisvilles brightest and most am bitious students is suffering from a series of bolls He expects to be rid of the pests within a short time Misses Farrer and Jane OConnell of illickman have returned home after n pleasant visit to Miss Alice Walker of Crescent lull Miss Walker accompanied them and will be their guests for several weeks Mr and Mrs Nick Wnrrisse and children will spend the summer in Continental Europe They will sail for Paris early in June Before they return they will visit Rome Venice Berlin nnd many other large and in teresting cities Mrs James P Hannon who has been visiting her mother nnd other relatives In Louisville since Easter Sunday has returned to her home In Chicago She was accompanied home by her brother Anthony Bnrrett of 838 East Main street Mrs Rose Ansbach was called to Chicago two weeks ago by the Illness of her sister Mrs Charles Kriel Word received in Louisville this week was to the effect that Mrs Erie was much improved and hud excellent I chances to recover Cupt Thomas 1Innloliof Floyd county lad has returned from Cln cinnati where he went Monday to attend the funeral of W J Murphy Vice President of the Queen Cres cent Railroad Company an old and dear friend John McGrody a locomotive fire man in the employ of the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company fell from the engine tender at Jeffersonville lust Saturday Ho sustained serious Injuries to his head and hack He was removed to his home at 811 Watt street Jeffersonville and at last ac counts was improving Miss Agnes Catherine Brogan of Paducah and John M Ryan of Cen tral City were united in matrimony at St Francis de Sales church Paducah last Tuesday the Rev Father Herman Jansen officiating After a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Ryan went East on a bridal tour Miss Annette E Tcrstegge am Fred C Fenger prominent in Cath olic circles in New Albany were married at Holy Trinity church in that city at 6 oclock Tuesday morn ing A nuptial mass followed the wedding rite The bride is a daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Terstegge and the groom is a well Known young business man Mr and Mrs James lighe and daughter Miss Loretto Catherine 1321 West Broadway left Monday to spend three weeks in Columbus Ohio attending the national convention of the B L E nnd G I A Mrs Tighe being the representative of Louisville Division 239 Before returning they will visit relatives in Cincinnati and Indianapolis eoA number of West End young folks will give a box partyat the per formance of A Mile From Town at Macauleys Theater next Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Walter Gillette will chaperone the party and the other young people will be Misses Lula Schreiber Pearl Schaefer Lillian Schreiber Raymond Wright and Dan Schreiber Miss Eva Fox and Douglas Greea well popular young people of the n Y i SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS TUUATaRiscxtayax 1C DONT MISS THEI mBIG 8LEl 10000000 Stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Fine Clothing and Odd Trousers Bought by Us at 35c ON THE DOLLAR from two of Louisvilles largest Factories goes on sal- eSaturday May 16at 930 Sharp BIGGEST BARGAINS BIGGEST VALUES Ever Offered in Louisville BETTER GET YOURS Mens Suits 198 and up Mens Pants 63c and up Boys Suits 65c and up Childrens Pants I3c and up BE ON HAND EARLY a M S MOSES CO and Boys 2ARTHURj IIMeps Q3 00 West End will be united In the holy bonds of matrimony at St Anthony church Twentythird nnd Market streets at 3 oclock Thursday after noon May 28 Miss Fox is a daugh ter of Mr and Mrs D F Fox and was formerly head saleslady at Oat hofs department store Mr Green well Is a United States Government employe They will be at home to their friends at 2420 Rowan street Miss Anna May Willett and Samuel J Schang will be united In the bonds of matrimony nt the Cathedral of the Assumption at 9 oclock on the morning of Tuesday June 2 The Rev Father George Schuhmann will perform the ceremony Miss Willett isi a charming young woman and came here from Wnverly Ky about five years nroMr Schang holds a responsible position with the Louis ville A Nashville Railroad Company nt South Louisville and is also con neat d with the Swiss dyers and cleaners on Fourth avenue near Chestnut and is well known in bowllnp circles Mr and Mrs Schang wll reside in South Louisville SQUARE DEAL Guaranteed Jockey Club Patrons Under New System The weather during the past week has been ideal racing weather which has been attested by time good nt JockeyClubsbetting with the Parimutuel ma chines is becoming more and more popular the public now being thor oughly familiar with this mode of betting In addition there can not he the slightest doubt of the fairness of the races as each horse is placed upon his mettle and there can bo- no question of this horse being pulled or that horse not doing his best The plan adopted by the club of illustrating the results on the blackboards after each race is in deed a good one and can leave no doubt ns to the fairness of the sys tem This afternoon will witness the handicapforwill bring together some of the best horses at the track as the value of the purse will be 1250 Time Louisville steeplechase handicap will be run next Wednesday and some of the best jumpers in the country are steepleshavens they have been entirely devoid of accidents TRY TIIESE Two Articles That Every Housekeeper Should Have While the house cleaning season is on nnd while you are waiting for the engineers of the Louisville Water Company to find out why the much touted filter will not filter it is worth your while to visit the Su perior Filter and Specialty Com panys plant at 618 Third street In superiorfiltersmanufacturesICarpet Cleaner and the Magic Re new Gloss Both of these are need ed by housekeepers and especially are they necessary at this season of yearThe Magic Gloss is a formula prepared for restoring the original polish to furniture pianos hard wood floors carriages etc It is transparent and can be used on any color wood It not only cleans and polishes but preserves your furniture in the event of dampness The Magic Carpet Cleaner removes the dirt nnd restores color to carpets pulltllemEveryhousekeeperwith the use of these articles The advertisement of the Superior Fitter and Specialty Company appears else where in these columns In millinery the two most Insistent pomegranate 1 i Incorporated 534 W Market St FLOWERS FOR CONFIRMATIONi Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer Ir FLORISTMASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders CUT THIS OUT This Coupon Will Entitle You to a Cut Rate Price ON ConfirmationtI AND OTHER PHOTOS A- TBECKMANNS POPULAR PRICE STUDIO 544 FOURTH AVE Home Phone 5050 Avenue Theatre Bldg KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Binghamton made a strong bid for the New York convention of 1009 I Delegates to the Illinois State Council witnessed the exemplification of the third degree on a large class Monday night I Illinois Knights held their annual State Council at Chicago Tuesday representing The council lilt Cortland N Y last week initiated ten members A com mittee is looking for a new home the council having outgrown its present quarters givenbuytwentyfifthdiocese presented him with a purse of 28000 The Wisconsin State convention openedTuesdllYa high mass at St Johns Cathedral attended by seventy delegates and members of time two local councils The annual reception and ball nt Auburn N Y was the most enjoy able function given in that city for a number of years The hall decorations and Illumination and 500 people presented a sight whose bril liancy and beauty were never sur passed Supreme Knight Uearn has ap pointed Hon Lawrence Pagan of Pittsburg Hon George Young of New Orleans and Judge M E Duck ley of San Aantonlo a commission to inquire into and on the matter of affiliation withthe Amer ican Federation of Catholic Societies FONTAINE FERRY PAnIC Real summer weather caused Fon bythousandsenjoy the sunshine and fresh pure largelasttions were well patronized No scheme of amusement was without its share of attention An excellent vaudeville Ia promised for the pavilion next week The park is beautiful and each day looks like a family plonio grounds U a I t n We Keep Your Garments1Looking As They Left OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES ETC JIll l+N++++++++N++++++N+++1 NN+1++IN1INO N+N+++ 3 NIGHTS MAY 181920 A Mile from Town- Ati i RURAL OPERETTA I BETTER THAN THE DREAMERS iMacauleys Theatreo UNDER DIRECTION OP HR AULYN KANSTON j Auspices Mackin Council Choral Club PRICES 25 50 75 100 t Seats on sale at Macauleys box offiice Thursday May 14 0+++++N++NNNNNNN +++NN++N++N+++NNNNN h a08 C IiDelmont Club Excursions I NIGHTS MAY 14 AND 21 IPIANOS AT A SAVING You can come to this 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 There are othtr 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 ClubThisdelay Music Jubilee at the Coliseum May 1 and 2 V1ONTENEORO =RIEtiM MUSIC CO Incorporated t3sm96to FOURTH AVENUE i a TIG M ft ROGerS BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + +Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the VT of their kind in the city 09 iifinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434 W Jefferson Street+ + + + a + + + + + OCtO C + + + + QQS8 Your Dinner Bread WILL BE DELICIOUS Iir lVIADE WITH I VATOix FOR xIIIC PREMIUM ICKILTe3 II- 1N NN- NHOTJSEOLEANING II MADE LIGHT AND EASY BY THE USE OF MAGIC RENEW GLOSS With this wonderful formula there fG no need to stain or varnish your Furniture hardwoods Plana Cllrrlaru etc and destroy itt original finlh and beauty It is transparent and can be used on any color woods It cleans polishes and veneers and put new life in your old furniture etc and makes them look like new and last many years longer the Store 1 store kind yi MAGIC CARPET CLEANER Cleans and Renews Carpets Rags Portieres Woolens Clothes Dresses Etc It removes the dirt as If by magic andre I stores the original bright colors No rubbing no work no trouble no seed of taking up carpets to clean Samples free on application or mailed on lOc for cost of tube and pottage Agents wanted in cities and towns Ask your dealer or write or Phone Home Bft8 SUPERIOR FILTER AND SPECIALTY CO 518 THIRD ST N+ a+a o i rc- r t S t KgNTUOKY IRISH A1 IFiRIOA1 IININAWEB modern SOCIETY PARK pavllllon RESORT attraction roller PICNICS and many other will find this the ideal Summers 1305 First Street I DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered AND 913915 SEVENTH STBoth Phones 2399 OFFICE FORGE Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AU Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J E TRACY NNiNeeleeN01e1NN010e00NN9e L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 r TRACY STRAUB 1 iiFUNERAL DIRECTORSII iiiANDiiCarrl STREETShort it +4 +++ + + + NeeeNNNeeNONCNNeN tt D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETtt t t t 0 t t t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East ltIain Street THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST winner for ArchitectDiamondnuilders indorse Plaster Itas being the finest grade on the market Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas I IterPlant JefferaonTJlle Ind Phone 665 LftNRY MOLD uD2A m- Stipli and Fancy G racer as- A TIRSTCUSS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WhiiklM a Specialty atone PilHemt 540 Wt WALNUT u Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITHI LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and i I SpecialtyI Phones CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E YENT Proprietor All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found hero at reasonable pric- esIHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tulipheni 1948 234 SIXTH STREET I Stripes Will be muck used In the quarter near and In the hair line 1 U u HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WeekUeneral- News Notes Division 4s meeting Monday night will be the only meeting next week During the past year Connecticut has Increased its membership over 600 A fine new division and an auxiliary have been instituted at St Peter Minn Many members hope the County Board will repent the field day this summerDivision 3 of Auburn N1 has or ganized a Ladles Auxiliary with thirty charter members The division Initiation under the new ritual is proving very pleasing and satisfactory to the members The euchre of the Ladies Auxiliary wns well attended and very enjoyable All were delighted with the prizes they received It is reported that the uniforms of the Hibernian Rifles of Baltimore are the handsomest of any military or ganization in Maryland The time Is growing short for the elate of the national convention and it behooves the marching clubs to keep up their good work Division 1 is making rapid progress since moving to Falls City Hall New members are being enrolled and the treasury substantially enriched National State and county officers will be present at the dedication of the handsome new Hibernian build ing just erected at Salem Mass Every Hibernian in the city should attend the next meeting of Division 1 to hear Thomas Shelley relate the story of Fenian Invasion of Canada National President Cummins for CountyPresidentthe Chelsea fire victims who are members of the order Reports from thirtytwo States mid provinces show a net Increase in membership for the past year of 4500 The seventeen States not yet uptoDivision 10 of Clinton Mass is well fixed having a treasury of over 10000 in cold hard cash The mem bership Is 350 Division 19 of Waltham can count 8000 and Divis ion 3 of Randolph 0000 Six thousand members of the order were In the monster centenary parade that was reviewed by Cardinal Logue last Saturday In Xew York City The order made a fine showing and was complimented by the Irish PrimateFor erection of the Hibernian Temple at dloxbury Mass a snug sum of money Is already In the treas grandbazara monster parade of nil the divisions in that district At a recent meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary to Division 1 at Milwaukee the evening was devoted to a review of Father Supples memorial sermon Wednesday night the members of Ladies Auxiliary to Division 1 ol Milwaukee gave a leap year party MILITAUYESCOUT Will Convey Orphans to Church of St Vincent de Paul Tomorrow will be held the nnnunl celebration of the children of St Jo sephs Orphan Asylum and the happy little ones will be conveyed from the asylum to St Bonifaces church at Jackson and Green streets were they will be met by the Uniform Hank Catholic Knights of America and tit several coinmnmlerics of the Knights of St Jolin With the military escort the vans containing lhe orphans will proceed to Shelby and Oak Streets where solemn vespers will be sung by the Rev Father Thome The officers JosephsAsylummilitary on its march to St Vincent de Pauls With the orphans the military and the members of the asylum society the church will be well filled What room is left will be alotted 1o the members of the parish and their friends An appropriate sermon will be preached before bene diction of the Blessed Sacrament For many years the orphans have made these annual pilgrimages to one of he German Catholic churches galafeastfriends and benefactors are welcomed and entertained The parade will form at 130 oclock and will pass St Johns St Martins and other churches on the route of march YOUNG DEMOCRATIC WORKERS The Louisville Tammany Club com posed of some of the best known young Democrats in the city effected a temporary organization at Sixth and Brecklnridge streets last Satur day night William P McDonogh was elected temporary President and William J Connelly temporary Secre tary The club has a membership of toIncreasea few weeps MILITARY EUCHRE A military euchre dance and drill will be held at Phoenix Hill Park on underthethe Uniform Rank C K of A An musIcLeafy uniforms privateswl11young and maids out in large numbers UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES The Board of Trustees of the Cath olio University held their annua meeting In Washington Wednesday Among those present were Cardinal NewYorkBishopbusesportance to the university were dis ensued by the assembled prelates 1 a U 3- n MENS 15 and 18 SpringSuits Suitsor t 10 SPECIAL FOR TODAY They are suits brought over from last season Light and medium patterns all sizes Regular 15 and 18 goods last season Special today at 10 LEVYS 9 THIRD AND MARKET II AS GREAT AS EVERI- S 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 ca FOR Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WMI F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET N N N N N N N xN NJ N a N N o N N Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 484y HENRY FUGHS FLORIST Funeral Designs and Flowers for all occasions GREENHOUSES Charles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building KNIGHTS OF COLI1BUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where- At the latest meeting of Utica Council eight applications for taco bership were filed A new council has been organized at Longmont Col with a charter membership of seventysix The fourth will be conferred at Des Moines on May 31 Candidates will be present from Iowa South Dakota and NebraskaLouisana has another council that gives much promise It was insti tuted at Crowley when the three de grees were conferred upon thirty candidates The Indiana State Council will be TuesdayGreatfor the entertainment of delegates and the lecture of Rev Father Vaughan at the Opera House Bunker Hill Council of Boston real ized a substantial sum from a sacred concert given for the relief of their Chelsea brethren morn than 160 of whom lost their possessions in the disastrous fire that almost wiped out that city JOINS ANGELIC BAND daughter died Thursday evening at the family residence 1126 Hepburn avenue and widespread sympathy Is felt for the bereaved parents The little child contracted a cold two weeks ago and the complications that followed tookplacebody was tenderly laid to rest In St Louts Cemetery 1 prevaltiIigoolorJ r 1 1 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A branch of the Town Tenants League has teen established at Car rlckonShannon Judge Barry received white gloves at the Carlow quarter sessions there being no criminal cases Michael J Moran of Birr has been appointed to the Commission of the Pence for Kings county Carrickmacross had a pliirnonicnul heavyfallJohn OBrien has consented to rep resent the Ballytrain electoral divis ion again and will have no opposi tion net James Quigley of Enriscor thy has been appointed to Castle bridge in succession of the late Canon Cloney Ardee mourns the death of Bernard Duffy former head of the loyal Irish Constabulary lIe was sixty seven years old The damage done by the fire that broke out in Fermoy and almost wiped out Queens Square is es timated at 125000 Much regret is felt on all sides in time Ballytrain district at the retire ment of Thomas Mohan from the County and District Councils Justice Patrick McQuaid was the unanimous choice for time County Council of the convention held to select a candidate for time Shercock districtThe branch railway from Stra bane to Letterkenny running through a busy and prosperous sec tion of County Donegal is now com pleted and ready for truffle It was with feelings of deep regret that news was received throughout the county of the death of Thomas Comiskey leader of the Irish League brass band at Bailleborough after a brief illness Rose Henry aged fifty and the wife of a respectable farm laborer While engaged in doing some work in the garden where she was cur ployed at Magheracloone took sud denly ill and expired before her presence was missed The death of Patrick ONeill of Mooncoin County Kilkenny is widely regretted For forty years he wab the village schoolmaster and many of the priests and professional men of Ossory received the rudiments of their education in his school While returning from the Cavnn fair to Llsnaslmnna two farmers Joseph21u11lganscuffle that ensued the latter had some ribs broken For a time Mulli gans lite was thought to be in great dupger James McEntaggart a well known resident of Dundalk was among those who passed away the latter part of April leaving many sorrow ing friends and relatives Bev Father McDonnell officiated at the funeral and interment at Castletown cemeteryA accident occurred at the Oreenore golf links by which a popular y try merchant George Alderdiel received serious injury to one of his eyes Time eye was completely burst and the victim rendered unconscious After the e chad been dressed the unfortunate man was removed to Belfast for treatment GOOD FIELD- Typographers Union Name Able Men For Their- Candidates Louisville Typographical Union No 10 wil hold its annual election May 20 Nominations were made last Sun day and the members have an ex cellent field from which to choose officers and representatives W II Stanley and Byron L Butler are the opposing candidates for the Presi dency Mr Stanley has been President several years and has previously been elected without opposition and has always made a good officer J P Stack is the only nominee for Vice PresidentOther candidates nominated aref Recording Secretary J G Kestler Secretary and Treasurer Max Traut and II II Griffin SergeantatArms J E Roberts The five delegates to the Louisville Federation of Labor will be elected from the following nominations HI A Meckback E L Cronk J H Watson J O Ames W R Hickman S V Hinltlo and W J Jcnner George D Frisho was nominated for the Auditing Committee without opposition Three delegates to the Allied Trades Printing Council will be elect ed from the following Max Traut D D Herrington H R Coleman A F McCarthay Lee Hulett and Robot Irick J G Kestler and J II Watson were nominated as delegates to this Womans International Labor League W R Hlckman W H Dierkes and Thomas P Watson were nominated for delegates to the International Typographical Union two to lhp elected John A OConnor Robjrt Jrick and John Hall were nominated as alternates At the electljn to be held May 20 a vote will alto bi taken for the election of the offers of the International Union It is a foregone conclusion that No 10 will give its indorsements to President Lynch and Secretary Brainwood 3M5IET SLATTERYS CHANGE formerlyRepresentative FortyeighthLegislative young attorney has associated him self with Bert Finck in the practice- of his profession They have offices and rooms at 347 Fifth street AFTER RAIN When the feathers on your nat have lost weir curl after a rain or through dampness hold the hat feathers down over a hooted radiator or near a stove arid trio curl will soon return u j oJc f1 FRANK FEHR tWING CO 1IIMCO I r O I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE ITY Cumb Phone Plain 1913 1913TUE 1 WIEDEMANNBREWING 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 Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVULEKV ASK FO FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street BreweryJJ 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNPOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATI1DBUTCHERTOWN BREWERYsCELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICEfr- Cut Blooms Plantsa- nd I Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage n private hospital for the care nnd treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville Ind OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT hood Dental York Done For the Least Money 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 TfiOSJKEflNEy CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered In any part of the city without extra prlcesSeeonrHousehold cleaning preparations at cut prices SIXTH AND OAK Cl 4 Olflce flours home Phone 9 to 4 6127 DR J fFRANK SULLIVA- NDENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Ulve your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST YAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LOJllnlll Ky Conducted by tile Xaverlan nrothers C1ua1cal- eSentUic and Bulne Cour Prtparatory De partmentLargeswlmminProLavellEqu1pped9vmnaiom PETER M AANDRIOT X 83018 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and lubber Tires 206 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJI1 J1 PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparsl WORK GUARANTEED oho uu 528 Fifth Street VINES UQUOftSC1SA1S VALS SALOONVAL Hot Itmch every morning Iro1n fill nto 1290 oclock w qRBJOW 0t- i a u itt S i ENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN THE BIGI ST0RE- F lY HSaturdayH only All Mens the Pearl Fur Cl all shapes and 250 and 2 F valuesSEE DISPLAY IN VESTIBULE WINDOW ITHE BIG STORE 4U West Market Fourth Between end StII I MILTON M MARBLESTONE eft CO JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverwaie etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts BRUNN530 flarket I WITH EACH PURCHASE n t i r i t FURNISHHD THE West Street GREEN TRADING STAMPS KSTIAIATKS CHHBRFUIIY NOW FOR THE RACES Mulloys Teas and Coffees are many times winners Never been beaten in fact and for quality flavor and general excellence never will be The prices are right SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45excellentC- COFFEE XTLLO Y ROASTER flmPhoniijjj U14 VV loIARKET FJ 1 Tg OO y 0I FRANKLIN BANK I CAPITAL 10000000 SURPLUS 1000000 JOHN S WOODS President DR J C WILLIS Vice Pres 8 gvI We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest 1 ON TIME DEPOSITSn SAVINOSDEPARTMENT OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 1 P M I 240 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE KY 1 yyQ I UNION ICE CREAM CO lJonu1poturerllll of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en competitorsHomeON1NONONNNNNONON0INONOON JOHN A PIAZZA WALL PAPERING AND FRESCOING la f NNNNNNNN + JEWELER 519 FOURTH AVENUE I 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 Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER Q SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND J Albert Te Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANC- HESltIONEY TO LOANiyCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room I law Bldg Center and Groan a M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Pns Mgr VlciPru Trite Stcrttary e- PF Barn Seer Pipe Coa salt PipeBasaeas for Steam Coadalts Wall Cowing Drain Tileto Vitrified Street Paving Brickr lire Proofing Five Lining Fire Brick Grate andholler Tile Grea aft Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn VasesVltriSed Sidewalk Erick OFFICE B085I2 W JEFFERSON TELEPHON8V73 WORKSr3tkaudLexirgtoaandMagnolia Ave list oth and loth WLRPHOM8 p 2633qt aaA U LAV- a a I a NNSW LOUISVILLE JOCKEYY ClUD Spring Meeting 23 DAYS RACING MAY 5 TO MAY 30 Bluegrass Stakes Tuesday Bashford Manor Stakes Thursday SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P 11 NEW RITUAL Put On By Division 1 Is Improvement Over Former Division 1 of the A O II tried the new ritual for the firsti time at Falls City Hall Tuesday night and all agreed tint it was an Improvement on the old order of things Presi diint John 31 Mulloy presided and the meeting was opened with the ode God Save Ireland A comunlcation from Mackln Councils Choral Club inviting the members to attend one of the three performances of A Mile From Town was received and ac cepted with thanks The members will probably attend on Fraternal1 nightJohn Shaughnessy apd Patrolman Thomas ONeill were reported on the sick list Treasurer Charles Finegan presented two candidates for initia tion John CXFcXnlly and Frank Ma Hale Both received the division de grees according to the new ritual and the new character of work pleased all present By unanimous vote Thomas Dolan was elected Financial Secretary The members voted to attend the euchre to be given by the Ladies Auxiliary on the following nightThe literary feature and one of the most interesting features of the evening was the rending of a chapter of Irish history with the life and works of St Columba the Dove of the Church It toldof the schools he established the churches he found ed and the saintly men who follows in ins wake thlrtJfourththe next meeting Thomas Shelley the veteran policeman wiTl tell the story of the Fenian invasion of Canada in l807 Before the meeting adjourned the Secretary was instructed to wire congratulatory message to the venerable parents of Fattier James P Cronin V O on their golden wedding anniversary ANNUAL DRILL And Inspection of Knights of St John Was Well Attended The six commandcries of the KnightH of St John held their annual inspection and drill at Phoenix lull Hall last Monday niglft The evolutions were witnessed by an immense crowd made up largely of ladies and the evening closed with an enjoyable dance The commanaerles that took part were St Edwards of New Albany St Michaels of St Peters parish St Martins of St Martins parish St Georges of St Bonifaces parish St Josephs of St Vincent do Pauls parish and St Anthonys of St parishThe erils formed in ColTheodoreAfter being pat through the evolu tions and sword manual Col Henry inspectionlie ner in which the Knights kept their uniforms and accoutrements Quto a number of the Knights are absent from the city which accounted for the falling off in attendance In the comnmndery drills St Edwards of Sew Aloany nnd St Michaels pre sented a splendid appearance In their new fatigue uniforms St Edwards coinmandery is made up of young men and their knightly bearing elicit ed great applause from the spec tators St Michaels Commnndery put up a splendid drill umlir the commandof Cnpt Joseph tlrcen as did also the Knights fron St MartinsAfter the drill the Knights held n reception and received maim con gratulations A little later the orches tra struck up a terpsichorean iiioas trippedtheGALA DAY FOR ST PATRICKS Beginning Sunday May 24 and dur ing the remainder of the spring and summer the Sunday masses at St Patricks church will begin at 0 oclock 730 0 and 1030 oclock The children of the parish who are prop erly prepared will receive their first holy communion at the 730 oclock mass on May 24 and the sane after noon will receive the sacrament of confirmation from tlie Right Rev Bishop John B Morris of Little Rock A large class of boys and girls will receive both sacraments The Very llev Father James P Cronin VG will celebrate the mass at which first holy communion will be received FATHER IIUOKMAX IMPROVES pastor Haven was too ill to celebrate moss Sunday and the Hey Father W P ilogarty of Lebanon officiated in Ills stead Father Buckman has al most completely recovered from his indisposition FEDERATION The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will meet Thursday evening at Bertrand hall in regular slollThe President desires a full representation of the various so cieties affiliated r There are flues U Q T crr 1 f SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording SecThos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T lynchFinancial KeaneySergenntatArms Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdllYEvenings and Main Streets PresidentPatrIck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan MackeyFlnanclal DoughertySentlnelTJlomas Sergeanttut Arm a Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand President John II Hennessy LynchPIooncial JConnelly Recording Secretary Frank P BurleTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle i Y JMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 r Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice PresidentFrank Lana hanSecond Vice PresidentSamuel RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin 33 Walsh SecretaryThomasBachmanBachmanFinancial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy WHERE THE CROWDS G- OlOcHOPKINSIOc Largest Moving Picture Theatre la the World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCEF- rom 1230 to 1030 P M Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Change or Program Sunday and Thursady FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE Other popular and new features DUISS ON FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwjth new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GENUINE BOTTItED Bears this trade mark Unlg s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For outorderings and home use from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Both Phoni tiona to be considered in which all are intereiUcL U r HORSE ON JOE Col McGinn Finds New Use For Ordinary Dinner Bell Col Joseph P McGinn head of the Bureau of Engineers Uniform Hank C K of A has been taking lessosns in the selection care nnd handling oi horses this week o he did nol attend the Derby he has been trying to secure nil animal for his laundry wagon Monday he sought his rlem nnd fellowHibernian Dr John T Chawk and told him he wanted tc buy n horse I need an animal Doc that is not too slow not too spirited one that wont scare at a Republican primary In fact a horse that will stand after he is tied to a telegraph pole I wanl to drive him in n laundry wagon Perhaps you would prefer ti clotheshorse then suggested Dr Chawk Quit kiddin I want a flesh ani blood animal one that can deliver tin goods rejoined Col McGinn Tuesday morning Dr Chawk want ed to attend the races und had nr time to choose a horse foe his frienc McGinn but sent him an annual tc be used temporarily The horse was led to the stable of Col McGinn am placed in a stall When it came tinu to hitch up the horse refused tc budge Coaxing and yanking availed naught The Colonel of Engineers se cured a board and used it as a jimmy in trying to pry the stubborn animal out of the stall but all to no avail Col McGinn then Intel recourse to the telephone but Dr Chawk had gone to the track Christy Schley who presides over Dr Clmwks veter inary sanitarium told Col McGinn that his steed had been a fire depart ment animal Joe knew what to do at once Securing the dinner bell liE attempted to make a noise like a fire company joker The ruse succeeded and the horse came out and submit ted to being hitched Col McGinn ih now afraid that if a sure enough alarm sounds his horse will forget about his laundry duties and follow the crowd to the fire GOOn FELLOWSHIP Shown at Joint Meeting of Trinity and Mackin Councils JfuckIn Council held an enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night Not only were the members out in force but they were supplemented by a large crowd from Trinity who wished to pay a return visit President Burke occupied the chair and welcomed the visitors During the transaction of routine business it developed that John Curran and Theodore Weber who have been ill were improving while the condition of Virgil Bohn was unchanged The report of Grand Secretary Owen Canty was read and showed that the various councils are making good progress Treasurer Weber created much good feeling strongboxceipt of over 200 After the visitors from Trinity had been duly welcomed by President Burke hearttoheart talks were made by President James B Kelly of Trin Ity William Kerberg John J Sulli van Sr a veteran member of Trinity nnd his brother Judge Patrick T Sullivan of Mackln Thomas J Gar vej Supreme Director James T Shelley Eugene Cgoney Louis J Kieffer Andrew Ktetfer Charles S Raidy Robert Kaltenbacher Frank G Adams Chairman of the Boardof Grand Directors Dr Philip J Beutel Jr Louis Borntrneger anti Dr Ben J Lammers Each speaker compli mented the characteristics of thr rival council and the joint meeting cemented more closely the friendtilii of the two organizations DELMONTS EXCURSION The Delmont Club one of the most popular as well as the largest social organizations in Louisville will in augurate its annual series of moon eveningMayticket will be entitled to a chance on one or inore handsome diamond rings which the club will present at each excursion These rings are on exhibi tion at the stores of Vie Lorch tllCharlesconclusion that the excursions will be well attended The secondexcur sion will be given on May 21 HELD BUSINESS SESSION ReceptionCommittee Trinity Council club house last Sun day afternoon with a splendid at tendance Subcommittees were ap pointed to attend to various details for the big convention to be hold this fall and time subcomnutteo on ways arid means repotted that arrange ments for Y M I day on June 16 were being perfected WORTHY CAUSE The Catholic Womans Club will give n euchre in the afternoon and willbequarters tween Sixth and Seventh The 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