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Ei7 wr V izKENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcANA VOLUME XXNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 23 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS TRIDUUM Oi Thanksgiving in IIonor ofICt Rev Bishop ficCloskeys- Anniversary Thlrt SCutilClnsscs Confirmation Bishop John B Morris Will Administer Sacrament to Instructed WHAT THE CHURCH TEACHES Louisville Catholics will join with the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey next week in celebrating the fortieth anniversary of his consecration as head of the See of Louisville To ninny it will be a season of silent prayers of thanksgiving but to 1000 young Catholics it will mean to become real soldiers of our Lord and Saviour The children of each of the parishes in Louisville will visit the Cathedral on tomorrow Monday or Tuesday at appointed hours and will there receive the sacrament of confirmation from the Right Rev John B Morris Bishop of Little IndispositionDlshopcuperate and will not be here for the triduum The church teaches us that con firmation is a sacrament by which grace is conferred on baptized persons which strengthens them for the profession of the Christian faith It is conferred by a Bishop who lays his hands on the recipients making the sign of the cross with chrism on their foreheads while he pronounces the words I sign thee with the sign of tho cross and confirm thee with the chrism of salvation in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost gracetoseal of character on the soul so that I this sacrament can not be reiterated without sacrilege Some ofourseparated brethren deny that con firmation is a sacrament but the church refers in her teachings to Acts VIII that when Philip the Evangelist had baptized the Samarian converts St Peter and St John going down from Jerusalem laid their hands upon them and ecelved the Holy Ghost St n his epistle to the Hebrews i those sealed with the Holy- promise n the Xarly lays of the Christian alth it wts Customary to confirm children in their infancy and par eats were advised to have their chil dren confirmed within one year after baptism Later the church de ferred the rite until children reached the age of reason Very t ften children receive their first Moly communion and confirmation on the same day but this is not always convenient for Bishops and pastors It is also customary for each of those confirmed to take the addi tional name of a patron saint The pastor of each parish appoints a lady and gentleman of the congrega tion as sponsors for the children to be confirmed The sponsors are in the sanctuary and stand beside the Bishop when he administers the sac rament No less than thirtyseven parishes will present classes for confirmation at the Cathedral during the next three days Of course the children of the Cathedral parish will take precedence The ceremonies will be gin at 230 oclock St Bonifaces and St Patricks classes will follow in the order named Monday morn ing the children from the following parishes will go to the Cathedral in consecutive order Church of the Immaculate Conception St Martins St Johns Our Lady St Peters Monday afternoon St Michaels St Augustines St Louis BertramVs St Anthonys St Josephs Church of the Sacred Heart Tuesday morning the order will be St Cecilias St Brigids St Charles St Mary Magdalena St Frances of Rome Church of the Blessed Sacrament St Vincent dc Pauls Church of the Holy Name St Francis of Asslsl Tuesday afternoon St Pauls St Aloysius St Georges St Philip Neris St Williams St Elizabeths HelensStSt Peter Clavers St Francis and Holy Trinity Adults who will be unable to be present at the time the children Of their parish are con firmed may receive the sacrament by presenting themselves at the Cathedral tomorrow afternoon LEXINGTON GETS CONVENTION The Democratic State convention will be held at Lexington on June 0 This was definitely decided upon at a meeting of the Democratic State Executive Committee at Frankfort last Tuesday Col William B Hnjde man made a strong plea for Louisville but Seven of the thirteen mem bers seemed to fear police interfere once if the Democrats met in a city where a Republican administration was in control The loss of the con vention means thousands upon thou sends of dollars lost to Louisville o merchants and hostelries but there were many business men in Louisville who voted for a change in November last OFFICER CLAIRE DEAD 1 N tJ Officeri Edward Claire one of the most popular young policemen in the department succumbed Jo heart fall of other ailment ure and a complication s at his home 2431 W st Bpd vas Monday evening His death was nUreet1y the result of injuries re t ceived in a battle with two negroes he was attempting to arrest four I withIribs was broken and he received sev eral heavy blows over the heart Al though he remained on duty until a few weeks ago Mr Claire never fully regained his health His wife and one child survive him The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church Wednesday morning and was largely attended GREAT TIMES Are in Store For Visitors- to Hibernian National Convention Indianapolis Hibernians have ar ranged a programme for the na tional convention that is to meet in the Hoosler capital in July oi course the programme is liable to change to suit the convenience of the delegates As arranged at pres eat it provides for a reception to the delegates and visitors by the La dies Auxiliary of Indiana at the K of P Auditorium at 8 oclock Monday evening July 20 Tuesday July 21All the dele gates will attend high mass at 9 oclock the national convention will assemble at noon at K of P Hall at 3 oclock p m there will be a grand street parade with local and visiting divisions and other societies in fine at 8 oclock pm mass meeting at Tomlinson Hall with chorus of 100 voices from the Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday Convention will as semble at 9 oclock a m Outing and open air concert at Fairbanks Park at 8 oclock p m Thursday tI oclock a m convention will assemble 8p m banquet to seat 1000 guests at Tomlinson Hall Friday 9 oclock a m convention will meet for its final session MGR BOUGAHDE Beloved Archbishop rails Victim to Overzealous Work Last week the papers chronicled the sudden death of the Right Rev Bishop Ignatius F Horstman ofI Cleveland and before his funeral ar rangements were made the Catholic community of the whole United States were startled by the death of the Most Rev Peter Bour the venerable Archbishop of Santa Fe sixtythreeUnited States in 18C9 with an ardent zeal to take up missionary work In the same year he was ordained at Santa Fe and his first charge was Territoryhewas consecrated Vicar Apostolic of Arizona with the titular rank offf Bishop of Taumaco He resided atITuscon until he wqs promoted to the rank of Archbishop of Santa Fe January 7 1899 Heart disease and a nervous col lapse brought on by overwork is be- lIeved f to be responsible for the death of Archbishop Bougarde just as in tho case of Bishop Horstman He hadI been in ill health for more than a month and spent several weeks at lot Springs Ark but went to Chi cago on May 4 He took short drives every day until Saturday when he was compelled to take to his bed Early Sunday morning he suffered a complete collapse and died soon after TRINITY COUNCIL Because so many members of Trinity paid their respects to Mackin Council by attending the perform ance of A Mile From Town the at tendance at the former councils meeting Monday night was unusually small However there were enough present to conduct with due eclat the Initiation of four new members One application was received and to the joy of all the members there was none reported ill After a great amount of routine business had been disposed of President James B Kelly called for reports from the various committees The Picnic Com mittee reported that plans for the picnic to be given July 14 were progressing favorably As an Incentive- to encourage the sale of tickets a contest has been arranged between six well known young ladies The prizes will be a gold watch and a diamond ring GRAND MAY FESTIVAL The congregation of Jloly Trinity grandMayWednesdayMayJ P A Berresheim has a splendid new church at Kentucky and Dupuy streets and his parishioners are straining every nerve to aid him in his good work THe festivities ivlll be held on each afternoon and evening during the three days Tickets of admission are only ten cents Monday there will be a euchre Tuesday n coffee social Wednesday childrens day If the weather is fojr the festivities will be held on the lawn In case or rain the celebration will beheld In the basement LOSES FATHER Not lentil the present week were the members of the Louisville Typographical Union aware moat President James M Lynch pf the International Union had suffered a great bereavement in the death of his father James Lynch a week previous Fortunately President Lynch was at his fathers bedside in Syra cuse N Y jvhen the end came jBej shf s President Lyncli ills wife rNl onedaughtervive The heartfelt sympathy of the LoSisvllle typos has gone out to President lynch Jn his grief GOOD fRUITS Show Character of Societies as Well as In the Individual Great Celtic Scholar Pays a Deserved Tribute to the Hibernians Work of the Ancient Order Has Aroused a World of Interest PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS SAY Societies like men are known by their fruits and when a man is urged to join one of these organizations or it is discussed in his pres ence the almost invariable question is asked What good has it done Such is the case with the Ancient Order of Hibernians The prospective candidates and even some of those who have decried the organization In days past ask the question What good has it done Aside from the good the AO II has done in holding men and women of the race true to principles of re ligion and patriotism it has given much in benevolence to widows and orphans to sick and suffering mem bers and has done a great work along educational lines It has fostered the study of Celtic litera ture and Is preparing to show fur ther munificence along the sane lines One of 1e foremost magazines of the United States quotes Dr Joseph Dunn professor of Gaelic and Romance languages at the Catholic University of Washington in part as follows The Catholic University through the munificence of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is soon to be endowed with scholar ships for students of Celtic in addi tion to the 50000 previously donated jy the order to endow a chair of Gaelic or Celtic at the University But Dr Dunn goes further and shows tfie general interest that the study of Gaelic is arousing all over tIle world lIe shows that the study of the language and literature has been taken up at Harvard and Yale In America at the universities at Berlin Freiberg and Leipsic in Ger ninny at Oxford in England and at 2diriburg In Scotland Dr Dunn in his magazine article declares that no individual American has done so much to arouse interest in ancient Irish literature as President Roosevelt He quotes from a recent article of President Roosevelt as follow We Americans take a just pride in the development of our great universities and more and more we are seeking to provide for creative and original work in these universities- I hope that an effort will be made to endow chairs in American univer sities for the study of Celtic literature It is only in recent years that the extraordinary wealth and beauties of the old Celtic sagas have been appreciated and we of America who have so large a Celtic strain in our blood can not afford to be behind hand in the work of adding to modern scholarship by bringing within its ken the great Celtic literature of the past Before the President made this announcement the Ancient Order of libernians had endowed the chair of the Catholic University at Washington and has fostered the study of the literature and history of Ireland- In many Catholic parochial schools and colleges QUITE KNIGHTLY Was Appearance of Two Catholic Bodies In the Parade Doth the Knights of St John and the Uniform Rank C K of A made a splendid showing in the military parade through Louisvilles prominent streets Friday afternoon of last week In proportion to their numbers the Uniform Rank showed up better than any other organization both in alignment and accoutrement Major Gen Michael Reichert Col Joseph P McGinn and Capt Kane have received many congratulations- on the fine showing made lhv their KnightsMajor tDloemer and Capt Breen have also been complimented on the excellent appearance of the Knights of St John Both of these Catholic bodies maneuvered and saluted in passing the Cathedral St Xavlers College and St Josephs Infirmary- It was the first occasion on which nnny of Louisvilles citizens saw these two Catholic organizations and all were pleased with their knightly appearance GALLANT AS EVER Gallantry has always been the watchword with officers and men of the Louisville Legion and though it Is now styled the First regiment Kentucky State Guard it Is still in the hearts of the people the Louisville Legion Nor has it lost any of Its gallantry At the close of the military exercises at the Armory Sat urday night Col William B Holde man his daughter Miss Lizzie Tinkle man Gen trnnulln Bell and several other guests were summoned to the administration office where they found all the bffIcers of the regiment Without further preliminaries Lieut Col James Pi Gregory In be half of the officers of the regiment u nHHRHV stepped toward Miss lIaldeman thanked her for her courtesies to themselves and subordinates and con cluded by presenting her with a handsome seal ring vylth crossed guns I Daughter made a neat little speech of thanks UegimentIsis pleasing both to her and her parents to know that her admiration for Kentucky chivalry is properly appreci ntedISCORED SUCCESS Mackin Councils Choral Club Played to Big Houses Had Julius Caesar Visited Louisville and witnessed a performance of A Mile From Town he would undoubtedly have sent back this message to PAT KING Made a Hit in the Mile From Town Rome I came saw and was con quered He could not have sent any other message The performances of the Mackin Council Choral Club were well nigh perfect Fejv professional companies and no amateurs could give a performance in a manner at once so smooth so harmonious so picturesque and so wholesomely hu morous In the first place Mackin Council deserves the credit for the great success It backed the enter prise and spent money liberally in ad vertising NOJIkur4 in Louisville ever spent as much money in adver tising as was spent on A Mile From Town The result wds that Macau leys Theater was packed Monday Tuesday and Wednesday night After Mackin Council the credit is due to the choral clubas a whole from stars to chorus These young ladies gave their time and talent and paIn for costumes 1he time and talent was given not only on the three nights of public performances but through long hard nights of prac tice during the winter and spring Mackin Council however is under a debt of gratitude to Aulyn Kanston the young author and composer whose effusion made it possible to reap a harvest of shekels It was no wonder that he was compelled to re spond to a curtain call on each of the three nights On each occasion lie made a happy response to the audienceA Mile From Town is a clean wholesome musical comedy three hours of fun with catchy music ex cellent character actors taking the parts of the principals and a superb chorus of pretty winsome girls and handsome graceful boys Esther Whedon Slater as Virginia and Aulyn E Knnston as Percy Pemple were the bright particular stars and filled their respective parts with ease and grace Hattie E Hoffman as Trixie a Sis Hopkins study as it were Charles Parsons as Schmid tie a Ger man comedian and little Miss Leota Whitton Blernch as Snooks a boy waif injected life and vigor into their respective parts and if continued applause counts for anything divided the honors with the stars Yet re member It was a whole galaxy a whole firmament of stars Thomas D Clines as Goggles had a more repose ful part than either Messrs Kanston or Parsons but played the part in a quiet comedy vein and sang and danced well Ills stage presence is easy and graceful Patrick King as Aunty Treasy had an inimitable makeup and was the center of attrac tion whenever he apeared His antics frequently convulsed the audience and he lost no effort to please Louis J Kieffer as the pompous Senator Voyce had little to do but made the most of his part And the chorus well It was good The costumes were bright new and harmonious in color To give each individual his or her due would fill an entire issue of this paperA innovation followed Vir ginia and Percys invitation Wont You Walk Into My Garden when Miss Cordelia Hangar Miss Nellie Ilhlllnnn and Messrs Norman Sweets and Jacob Zinsmelster accepted the invitation left their seats in the audience mounted the stage and danced a cakewalk to the delight of the audience Tim demand for an additional per formance was so great and persistent that Mackin Council had to yield and the performance will be repeated at Macauleys Theater tonight CHILIAN PRELATE DEAD The Most Tier Mariano Casanova Archbishop of Santiago Chill died In that city pn Saturday last The Archbishop was a zealous and active worker H bad been ill several weeks and his death was not unexpected 1 U J J i Jt NEW TIARA To Grace head of Sovereign Pontiff Is Irish in Coloring Many Pilgrims From Divers Lands Wend Way to Rome I Next Consistory May Not Take Place Until Early in Fall CROWDS VISIT ETERNAL CITY Green and gold will dominate the beIngwhich he is to wear for the first time when he celebrates mass on the occa sion of his golden sacerdotal jubilee next fall Tse gems principally em eralds and topaz have been sent from Brazil and other South American countries in honor of the occasion and Tanfani the Papal jeweler Iis already at work on the tiara or triple crown It will be under orders from His Holiness as light in weight as possible says a cablegram from Rome There are seven tiaras in the Vati can and all of them are valuable but ill are too heavy for Pope Pius Leo XIII on the occasion of his jubilee was presented with a triple crown worth 10000 lIe wore it once and then put it aside as too heavy At all Papal functions his official jeweler carries one of these tiaras but the Pope only wears the headgear on State occasions and as soon as he reaches the altar to celebrate mass it is removed from his head and Is only replaced at the endof the mass when he gives the solemn blessing Pilgrimages to Rome continue to reach the Eternal City from all coun tries Several from the United States and South America are expected next week Last week His Holiness re ceived a delegation of the Bavarian clergy who presented him with a valuable purse in the nature of Peters pence Every pilgrimage that arrives brings some offering for the Pope His Holiness has ordered that every Bishop that visits Rome this year shall deposit his diocesan offer- Ing at the Vatican Instead of turning- It over to the Central Committee in charge of the jubilee celebratio- nIt I is said that because of extraordinary expenses incurred within the last two years that the Vatican Is in great need of money The con tributions from pilgrims are expected to make up the deficit to a great ex tent In the event it is not all made up the Vatican authorities can draw on the contingent fund now deposited- In the Bank of England since Italian investments were found unstable and insecure WIllIe no official announcement has been made it Is authentically rumored that the next consistory ivlll be held In September Instead of June The same rumor has It that three new Cardinals for Italy ono for Ftance and possibly one for the United States will be named Besides there are many episcopal and arch episcopal sees to be filled Several beatifications are taking place this month The first was that of the Venerable Mother Barat foundress of the American Sisters of Charity Many Americans visited Rome to do honor to the occasion The Fathers of the Passionlst order hold a conclave in Rome this month and will witness the beatification of one of their brethren MANY MOURN Untimely Death of Veteran Member of Catholic Societies What appeared to be at the time a trivial accident caused the George A Gathof a well and favor ably known member of St Marys church Tuesday afternoon Mr Gathof fell from a stepladder at his home 1510 West Madison street several weeks ago Ho alighteu upon his head and tmstalnea injuries which resulted In spinal meningitis and eventually in his death The deceased was born in Louisville fiftytwo years ago and was the son of the late Nicholas Gathof a pioneer merchant of Louisville He nad been foreman for the National Casket Company for several years and was associated with his brothers thedryMarket streets He was a member- of the Catholic Knignts of America and of Mackin Council Y M I Besides his wife who was Miss Mamie Kallis he is survived by one daughter Miss Florence one sister Mrs Charles Cotton and the aforenamed brothers The funeral took place from St Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets yesterday morning and was one of the largest from there in recent years PRESIDENT LYNCH SUSTAINED Typographical Union No 10 held Its annual election Wednesday and by the overwhelming vote of 100 to- tRentyeightthe members sustained James M Lynch President of the In ternational Union J II Bramvvood wasalso indorsed for Secretary of the International Union W H Stanleywas reelected President of Xsitlonhaul was elected SecretaryTreas urer VIe H Dlerkea and Thomas rI r tthewill assemble in Boston this RobertIrickprise for labor circles was the over whelming defeat of E L Cronk who fordelegate OAmes160JamesMeekbachJYennerflftJeightelected Mr Cronk received fewer votes than new comers to the city ROGATION WEEK Ascension Day Preceded by Innovation of Bless IngonCrops Ascensionday Monday Rogation days The feast of the Ascension commemorates the occa ascendedIntoglorious resurrection The Roga bytheon the land the fruits of the field humanityAscension has been orserved from the time of the Apostles The Rogation days were first observed in the kingdom of Burgundy and made BishopAfamertuswhen the province suffered from troublesiof Clovis where the Council of Or leans 511 A D required the faith ful to rest from servile work and to fast or abstain from meat on each of the three days before Ascension Later abstinence and fast on these days were abandoned but in Catholic countries the priests and people march in procession to the fields chanting the Litany of the Saints and a blessing is invoked on the growing crop- sWILL TAKE VOWS Three Young Men to Join Congregation of the Passionlsts Three young men will make their religious vows as members of the Passionist order at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road at 330 oclock tomorrow afternoon The young men are Martin Gobi of Louis vine formerly a salesman for the CompanyGabrielCharles Echinger of Lockport 111 An prenchedbAvery C P master of novices The ceremonies will close with benedic tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament The Rev Father Benedict Manly C P will begin a retreat for the young people of St Stephens con gregation at Owensboro tomorrow The Very Rev Father Henry Miller C1 Rector of the Sacred lIeart Re treat returned Wednesday from Owensboro after conducting the Forty Hours Adoration at St Stephens church Tomorrow the Rev Father Charles Cassidy C P will begin a retreat at Paris Ky It will continue one week Next Thursday Friday and Saturday the Rev Father Benedict Hanly will conduct a retreat for the children of St Patricks parish who are preparing for first communiom and confirmation DEATH OF PATRICK BANNON Patrick Bannon for more than forty years a resident of Jefferson ville died at Seattle Wash last Sunday A telegram to other members of the family announced the death Sunday afternoon Death resulted from heart disease Mr Bannon went to Seattle last September to reside with his son John Bannon who is agent for the Pacific SteamshipCom pany at that point born in County Cavan Ireland sixty three years ago The body was sent to Jeffersonville for burial Surviv ing members of the family are John Bannon of Seattle James Bannon of Los Angeles Mrs William Willis Mrs James McGlnty and Thomas Bannon all of Jeffersonville WAITING FOR TIlE DAY Rehearsals for The Mikado which is to be given at Macauleys Theater for the benefit of the Cath olic Womans Club on the night of June 1 are progressing favorably and each rehearsal finds the work going smoother While the actors are all amateurs they have had the training of professionals and when the public is admitted to witness the performance it will gaze upon a full fledged comic opera company The Mikado is one of Gilbert and Sullivans brightest and most tuneful composi tions Though old its music its sparkling wit and satire are ever the delight of the people All of the prin have good voices and the chorus is exceptionally fine EVENLY BALANCED The American Association race this season is proving to be a very hotly contested one and the clubs are more evenly balanced than they have been for the last several seasons making it very hard for anyone to predict with any certainty as to who will comprise the first division teams The Louisville team will close its awayfromhome trip at Columbus on Monday and the fans here can justly be proud of the showing made on the road They have proven great drawing cards on the road as the games they lost w re only by narrow margins giving the crowds a run for their money Keeping this gait up at home they Ire sure to batn the first division Fa 0HH CHAOTIC Conditions in Connection With the City Printing Contract Kentucky Irish American Was First to Call Attention to Abuses Reform Ministers Mum on the Dismissal of Reform Police CHANCE FOR COMMONWEALTH Chaotic conditions contain food for thought regarding the award of the Louisville city printing contract The Times the Post and the Herald wanted it Each paper thought it had a chance and since the November election these three papers waged an incessant warfare of a posedascirculation freelanceand zephyrs like an Oklahoma win mill the Herald claimed that be cause the Times and Post did not is sue a paper on Sunday it was the only dally in the field and backed it up with its record as an advocate of Republican doctrine Aside from these newspapers and the members of the General Council the great majority of Louisvilles reading public paid little or no at squabblePeoplethe news not the exploitation of petty jealousies of newspapers Occasionally the subscribers get the news always they get the story of mayhap Tuesday night the General Council met to make the award It was divided into a minority and majority camp One side claims that the Evening Post was awarded the city printing the other side claims that the proceedings were irregular and reignsWChairman of the Board of Public Safety has been too busy with the Parr will case this week to attempt to straighten out the tangle At the present writing the situation is as chaotic as ever But thieve nave been developments this week and there will be more The police force including the detective bureau received a severe shak ing up The Kentucky Irish American has no word of opprobrium for tany of the police or detectives who have been subject to change traps fer promotion or reduction but it printed the way to correcting the Abuses three months ago Seven of the eight detectives re duced to the ranks of patrolmen have signified their intention of quitting the service None complain of over work but cry out that they have been discriminated against by su perior officers If any of the seven had worked half as hard to hold his job after he got it as he did to get It there would be fewer new faces In the present detective bureau The preachers who talked loud and long for reform last fall are now strangely and most submissively silent One of them did say a few words against betting at the race track last Sunday but he said not a word about Capt Speed and Lieut DeMarsh the archangels of reform But it is not all over yet The shifting of police and reduction of detectives will not deter Common wealths Attorney Joseph Huffaker in the discharge of his duties Less than a year ago some of those now under the lash threatened to run Joe Huffaker out of town Mf Huffaker bides his time he makes no threats he does his duty keeps an eye open to the main chance and it may be that some of the erstwhile reformers may have to not only leave town but to spend their vacations ia the State penitentiary- AT DEATHS DOOR Joseph Gottbrath who was for sev eral years a well known bank clerktiin this city and who later was em ployed in several big banking institu tions in Memphis and San Francisco 11- Is suffering from an aggravated case of lung trouble and may have passed away ere this reaches our readers i He was brought home from San Francisco this week and removed to the home of his mother Mrs Adam G Gottbrath on First street He be longs to one of Louisvilles most prominent German Catholic families and his illness is a source of profound regret EARNS PROMOTION Leo Forst a Louisville boy has been given a nice promotion in the Government service at WIIshlngt omiofA advanced from 1400 to 1600 a yeah 0 The young man is tho talented son u of Hon Isadore Forst President of the Lower Board of the General tCouncil He graduated from Columbia University with honors several years poadtionCOMBIENGEMENT SEASON Sacred Heart Crescent Hfllwfllhold its annum commencement exercises on Wednesday June areproudtthiss year n r C i it I 5 1 TISOKY IRISH A1IJERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememeot Irish Americans ad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Louisville Poitotllce a SecondClass natter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreea St I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 23 1908 a CONGRATULATIONS Mackin Council is to be con gratulated on the o aJtyof its friends No other organization Iin Louisville could fill Macauleys rhea ter in Louisville four nights in one week and still have the people crying for more A Mile From Town was a success Mnckins members worked hard for it the young people iin Macklns Choral Club worked hnrd for it and the general public encou aged both the council and the club by giving the performance a splendid show of appreciation Mackin Council is once more on record as a bod of young men who do things SOCIALISTS LACK STABILITY That the Socialists lack stability was never more clearly shown than on last Sundaywhen at their national convention they adopted resolutions declaring in favor of pro hibition and then immediate rescinded the action The platform was written in the Finnish language and was quite lengthy The delegate were so impatient that they ndoptc the resolutions without reading them Then they began to sing the Alarsellaise and indulged in mnny wild capers One of the delegates knew the propensity of the Finns for prohibition and glanced at the reso lutions lie stopped the singing called attention to the oversight and the objectionable plank was at one eliminated BRYAN IS THE MAX If anything more was needed to settle the question the way Alabama turned out for William Jenning Bryan for the Democratic nomina tion for President on Monday mad it appear that Gov John Johnson of Minnesota was never in the hunt The Democrats of the United State want Bryan for their standard bears and if he is nominated there is no doubt about his election The workingmen do not favor Secretary Taft they remember his injunction decis ions and no sophistries can explain their result away The majority of the American people want a squarer deal and a prompt revision of the tariff This they feel that theyoil get with William Jennings Bryan as President It is a foregone con elusion too that the present bilker dollar Congress has disgusted people with its extravagance As a result there will be a Democratic majority in the next House of Representatives Now let Louisville and all other Kentucky Democrats get together It is time to stop bickering and avoid all factional fighting Let the Repub- licansf do the fighting they are up to their necks in it now both in tIle 1 cityand State- PATRIOT AND PRELATE 4 The Right Rev Bishop Conaty was one of the principal speakers at thc Fleet banquet at Los Angeles and no patriotic American will disagre with his sentiments so plainly and succlntly expressed Bishop Conat said in part+ The presence in our Pacific watery of the mighty ships of our Atlantl x fleet is not for us merely an occasion of joy and pride but it very strongly localizes our attention upon the re sponsibility of our navy to preserve peace develop our trade and defend t our rights before the world It seems to me more than a mere holiday parade and the idle boast or foolish joy will fail to meet the responsl biiity of the occasion The fleet r stands for a principle the principle both of honorable defense against any enemy of our country and of manly protection toward all our in terests upon the seas The demon stration of our fleet on the Pacific is not an invitation to quarrel nor is ita vain exhibition of national pride It rather brings to us a sense t of our national dignity of which we have reason to be justly proud It also gives familiarity with the ports t of the world and gains for our men knowledge and experience which must prove valuable in their train ing Our fleet is thoroughly American its ships its officers and its men and in it is represented every Motion of the country Jfc may seem strange that in this day of international peace agitation there should be a disposition toward lie larger and stronger development W army and navy Yet we know J1at The IIague with all Its peace Disposition did not succed in dimin ihing the armament of nations limay seem strange too that I should peak in favor of a larger and stronger navy for my mission is one i of peace and not of war I Would Liliat all nations would live in pace anal Realty that all wars would cease that all disputes be settled by peace fulr artiJHriUpBjk We rights of all a tl- u would be in the keeping of one another Yet while advocating and working toward the great peace of nations we can not fail to recognize as citizens that when the defend arm of a nation is strong and iIts sense of justice is well developed iIts peace Is guaranteed HANDSOME TRIBUTE Fifty years ago the spirit of reo ligious intolerance was abroad in the land New York was one of the storm centers and one of the founders of Harpers Weekly was engaged in controversies with the sate Archbishop Hughes Harper was an cx ponent of the Knownothing theor and Archbishop Hughes was the leader of the church lmilitant in the whole United States Things havc changed since then In dilating on the Catholic centenary of New York nst week Harpers Weekly declares it was A triumph of the Irish church Not onlywere the entral figures all either Irish born or Irish descent but the multitudes who thronged the Cathedral were large of the Irish race while the Cathcdri itself is dedicated to the Apostle of Ireland And while it is true in genera that the Roman Catholic churc in the United States is predominant Irish especially as regards the nblcst and most influential men in its hierarchy it is in a special sense true that the metropolitan see of New York peculiarly represents the life and tradition the spiritual and moral activity of the Irish church Later on in his comments the writer pays a high tribute to the Irish spirit of toleration He sayi8 in part While the pagans were 1 in power in Ireland they were toleron of the Christians and when Ule Christians found themselves in majority they were not less friendly to the pagans Anti it was the greatest of all Irishmen Saint Columba who preserved for Ireland the order of the bards with their cycles of his tonic poems which laid the foundn tion of modern European literature Therefore the first heritage of the Catholics in America is the spirit of perfect toleration as in the Marylani law of 1649 and the New York lav of 1083 Surely this is famed recognition for the Irish Catholics The Southern Baptists held their annual convention at Hot Springs Ark this week and from the tone of resolutions adopted it would seem that the ministers paid more atten tion to the liquor interests and the 1prohibition movement than they did to religion or religious topics TIlE ANGELUS In these days of tawdry poetry am worse verse it is a relief to the tired traveler through realms of allege literature reeking with filth ant nakebeUeve mythology to reach ni oasis a breathing spot a place where one can inhale pure fresh air am enjoy Gods sunshine If you are pm of these tired travelers pick up Tin Angelus the latest from the pen of- Leo Gregory of Elgin 111 Not everybody will appreciate it If the render is a Catholic he will be apt to take cognizance of its Catholic spirit from ho mere scanning of its pages Jf ho reads a little more carefully hi will find that the author is an optim ist no man who sees not some thingg but many things good in the world Were he to read it again he would find still newer and more wondrous Beauties In these days of commer ialism we find too often the expression Every man has his price and almost all of us hear the best of vomen reviled but the real honest nan of today must join with the tuthor of The Angelus when he ays Point not thy finger at the mire of sinus but a puddle not the whole earth Tis only pimple on the skin not man He is mental suicide or moral wreck Thinks no man honest and no woman pureThe is on sale bytt the W J Feels Co 6 and 8 Monroe treet g- PERMANENT o Its ORGANIZATION The Louisville Tammany Club met ini its hall at Sixth and Breeklnrldg streets Tuesday night and formed a lermanent organization by electing the following officers President Vllliam P McDonoph First Vice resident John H Hennessy Second Vice President Dr W Barnes Secretary Joseph L Leninan Treasurer John J Barry Marshal William lorders The club is composed of he most energetic young workers in expectoion in every precinct in the city POSTPONED Because Thursday will be Ascension day Division 4 Ancient Order of libernians has postponed Hi enter ainment until the following week but the exact date bas not been deter ine4 upon The Ladles Aux liary and members of other divis- ens have been given speciall inyita Ions to attend 4hiaentertainraent by resiieati John Jlate ely u a Ii r Over WorK Is The TALK OF THE TOWN I QUALITYISI OUR MOTTO I US A TRIAL SOCIETY i Judge Emmet Field is enjoying a fortnight fishing on Lake Erie Miss Margaret Flnnegan will ante taro her euchre club next Tuesday evening Mrs P J Grogan has as her guest her daughter Mrs H J McMullln of Chicago Mrs John Quigley of 2010 Row street left Saturday to visit friends at Frankfort Misses Ltda and Lucy McClarty are hostesses this week to Miss Adee Harding of Pleasureville Mrs John Denk of Avondale Cin cinnati was the guest of Mrs Pai ine Rally for several days this week Judge Joseph T ONeal and his family have returned to Pewee Vn ley for the spring and summer sen sonsMrs Nannie Moore had as hcr guests this week Mrs C W Kcnn and Miss Nannie Moore both of Owenton Trinity Council will give another tits pleasant dances at the club house 718 Etist Gray street next Wedne day evening- Mrs W E McCnnn and Miss Dessle McCnnn of Lexington have returned home after a pleasant visit to fricni in this city Mrs Albert F Martin of 035 Eas Gray street has been suffering fron a severe attack of neuralgia for several days past Miss Bessie Clarke who was tIlO charming guest of Miss Margar Fitzgibbon has returned to her home nt Central City Miss Irene McCabe of Crescci Hill is a member of a house part given by Miss Lillie May Pryor int Eastwood this week Misses Mary and Ruth May of Cer trnl City are here for an extende visit and are the guests of Misses Annie and Mary Fitzgibbon Miss Lena Rcedcr entertained the West End Jolly Club with a Dutc supper last night All her guest passed an enjoyable evening Miss Eva Raidy entertained ller Five Hundred dub this week The prizes were won byss Mar Rleger and Mrs Charles Rieger Mrs Laura Twymnn and daugl ters of Covington have been the guests of Mr and Mrs John F Chester 1575 Pope street this week Miss Evelyn Moeller was hostes to the Good Will Social Club las Thursday night and entertained in a most charming and hospitable man nerMiss Eva Rafdy gave a box part tt the performance of A Mile From Town Tuesday night lien guest of honor was Miss Marie Crotty of Minneapolis John A OConnor has returned from Indianapolis where lIe paid a flyingVIsit to James M Lynch President of the International Typographical Union John Coyle a well known resfden of New Albany who has been ill with typhoid fever is now out of danger and rapidly improving at his home on East Eighth street Miss Katherine Fitzpatrick of Nebraska arrived last week to visit ller brother James Fitzpatrick at Flor Heights The fair visitor has been the honor guest at a number of social gatheringsa James Mellctt one of Mackin Coun ells popular members sustained ia sprained hack and a sprained ankle In an accident last Sunday At last accounts he was resting as comfortably as possible Thomas Keenan Jr who was very seriously ill a week ago is able U- be up and out Though far from strong he is able to visit his physicians office and his friends fee that he is well on the road to re covery Mn and Mrs Logan D Spurrier of Sew Albany have begun housekeeping at East Tenth street and Culbert ion avenue They were married at poly Trinity church in February Mrs Spurrier was formerly Miss Agnes Fleming Edward J Mackey Private Secre ary to Congressman Swagar Sherley rill leave Washington D C when longress adjourns today for a trip tu New York and the East He will eturn to Louisville next week and xpects to engage in the practice of awMiss Marie Crotty of Minneapolis is the guest of her aunt Mrs Frank urckle 2540 West Main street She Is the winsome daughter of Joe irotty a member of the Louisville base ball team of twenty years ago She is making many friends among louisville people Charles L Halbach the genial representative of the Grocers Biscuit Company and the Grocers Baking Company is rejoicing over the arrival of a little girl at his home 2635 Wet etferson street on Tluesday of this weel Mr Halbach now has a boy and a girl and is proud of both Miss Anna McElvogue and Ernest nti Trice will be united in marriage by the Her Father George Schuh = mann at the rectory of the Cathedral t the Assumption on June 2 The 1ride is the daughter of Mrs Mary J MoElvogue and tie groom is a prominent young business man Joins Feattierstone Generalf SpTor= M 4oJ SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS 717 FOURTH AVID INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON THEATER Intendent of Construction for the Cumberland Telephone and Tee graph Company 1 inLouisville days with his family this week Superintendent Fentherstoi is very much pleased with his new position and is making many friends in his enlarged territory Mr and Mrs Henry Richard Brlnl have issued cards announcing the ap1 preaching marriage of their sister Miss Anna May Willctt to Samu Joseph Schang The wedding will be solemnized at the Cathedral of the Assumption at 0 oclock Tuesdt morning June 2 The young people are receiving many congratulatioi on their approaching wedding Nick McGrath arrived this week ito visit his mother Mrs Catherine Mc Grath 1714 Twelfth street and his brother Thomas McGrath the Loui s0etyardmastermotive engineer and is well IIn livein1removedIC has since made his home REAL FAN New York Priest Tells Why He Likes National Game That baseball is the great nation American game was again fully den onstratcd recently when the Vfv Father Thomas Murphyof New York City gave utterance to his pin- Ions at the opening game of the sea sonThere is no mystery about tIle love of priests for base ball sold he You see our colleges Hoy Cross Georgetown Fordham find St Charles whence I graduated invarii bly have good ball teams We are not so much on foot ball but the national game is second nature to us I was a first basemen myself and if I hadnt gone into the priesthood perhaps like my brother I would now be a professional Most of the priest here were crack players on their college teams and that alone would Jure them to the game But besides that we imbibe health Ah theres a point few cranks reflect upon Just look at these people coming out red checked blood throbbing muscle working and happy A prominent physician has described technically the exact consequences of an after noons activity on the bleachers uml he knows what he is talking about Every time you yell the umphrngi contracts and that stirs the sola plexus the seat of all human emotions First thing yoU know the whole body is in a glow action of the sudorific organs is increased the liver is prodded and oh whats the use of details Base ball convert pessimism into optimism works n moral regeneration and last but not appetiteNoregen ration put In one of the others A friend of mine who has a parish on Long Island attended a game in Chicago He is a silent but earnest rooter and inwardly prayed that Nev tohimappearance also rooting for New York who during the game annexed MeGrawsnintlinningimmediatelysomethinghenJpocketTake voiceIYorfansThus we how conducesUNITY COUNCIL MEETS NewbanyAI VicPresidenttheellQlrPresidersitingenberg refUpon favorably After the transaction of routine busness members of the council dis cussed the subject of making an addi wUJbeInstaUnIOU80 theExecutiveImprovements Thelebateplacehasj lw vjJWMtw Jamesishabrannerside BIDS FOR POPULARITY- Mrs Edna R Breaux the talented composerhnsnd twostep Kentucky dedicated KentuckyState onlytbelace will be whistling the new march Mrs Breaux has remarkable musical talent and has composed several numbers that have proven quite opular She is the wife of Gustave A Breaux who is justly proud of his dfes accomplishments Kentucky was played for the first time at the Armory last Saturday night and went with a dash In response to ncpres it had to be repeated five times FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Tomorrow morning large classes of illdren will receive their first holy communion at the Catnedral St P tricks St Louis Bertrande Sacred eart and St Charles churches All of the children will be confirmed within the next three days COUNTY BOARDS INNING r The Bounty Board A O H held a meeting Thursday night and wh11- ethe details were received too late for- this issue it is known that the Hiber nians have made a tenstrike for Fnurtb of July in securing the White City for its annual outing r U D- a Dont Miss It Big Sale Now Going On 10000000 BoysClothing 35c on the Dollar Entire largeFactories SALE NOW GOING ON DONT MISS IIT Mens Suits 198 and up Young Mens Suits 148 and up1 Mens Pants 63c and up Boys Pants 13c and up MS8MOSESM M CO INCORPORATED MENS AND BOYS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS 534 W MARKET ST ARTHUR J KINSELLA Manager Green Trading Stamps With Purchass CUT THIS OUT This Coupon Will Entitle You to a Cut Rate Price ON Confirmation AND OTHER PHOTOS A- TBECKMANNS POPULAR PRICE STUDIO 544 FOURTH AVE Home Phone 5050 Avenue Theatre B- ldgFLOWERS FO- RCONFIRMATION V Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer ot FLORIST It MASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnu BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders KN1GBTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Wisconsin State Council oil not affiliate with the Catholic Federation Dan OLeary the veteran pedestrian has been enrolled and now walks under the Knights banner During the past year Wisconsin Increased Its membership 683the total in the State now being 5007 Minnesota Knights held their annual State convention at Duluth last week Forty delegates were In at endanceTopeka Knights are to build a home at a cost of 25000 a corpora ion known as the Knights of Columbus Building Association having been organized within the council Indianapolis Council will on June 7 litiate the largest class ever en oiled in Indiana It is expected that the work will bring to the Hoosier apital more Knights than have ever been assembled in the Middle West The Knights of Arizona are plan Ing a great three days celebration that will close with the exemplifica ion of the three degrees for a large lass on Sunday July 5 It will be- In honor of Independence day and wUJ bring many visitors from all parts of the Territory RUMORS OP MAIIIUAGE The Countess Spottiswood Mackin snys a cable message from Rome ia shortly to wed a Neapolitan Duke whose name is one of the best of the bourbon nobility Mrs Mackin is a- natlveof Missouri and Is a convert to the Catholic church Since her inversion she made large donations to Catholic academies In Missouri and Kentucky and has several times visited Nazareth and Loretto in this State She is held in high esteem by both nuns and pupils ot both Institutions SUFPER8 RELAPSE Capt Mike Dolan who it was be Ueved was on the road to recovery suffered a relapse Sunday and on Monday was removed back to the City Hospital Several months ago he stained a broken leg while fighting the tire In the Second Presby rian church and tHe bone is not knitting as it should S c We Keep Garments Looking They Left the OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES ETC NNN NNON00 O NNN- IriI REPETITIONTONIGHT GREATEST HIT OF THE SEASON A Mile from Town j i iARURAL OPERETTA BETTER THAN THE DREAMERS Z Macauleys Theatrej UNDER DIRECTION OP flR AULYN KANSTON j Auspices Mackin 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olics and cost nearly half a million dollars 450000 to be more exact It has a brown pressed brick exterior is of fireproof construction and is equipped with fire extinguishers and every modern fire escaping device To add to all its other advantages the pastor the Rev Father Francis Gordon C R is an Irishman lIe speaks fluently English German Italian French Bohemian Polish and LatinFather Gordon has been pastor of St Stanislaus church for several years and the parish including the church rectory Ilyceum and school is valued at 1250000 The dedication of the new school was presided over by auxiliary Bishop Muldoon At the banquet that followed the Most Itev Archbishop Quigley presided with Vice President Fairbanks seated at his right The new school will accommodate 4500 pupils who will receive instruc tions from 100 nuns YOUNG LADYS SUDDEN DEATH The Catholic community of Jcffer sonville received a profound shock Wednesday when the death of Miss Mary Adele Dougherty was an complainingforto her bed only two days before death ensued The deceased was born at Bowling Green Ky and was a daughter of Daniel Dougherty 424 Watt street Jeffersonville Her par ents removed to that city in 1882 Besides her parents three brothers and three sisters survive her They are B D Dougherty Superintendent of the Richmond Ky Water and Light Company D J Dougherty General Manager of the Monrovia Cal Water and Light Company J L Dougherty of Cairo Ill Mrs George M Dleffenoerfcr and Misses Edmonia and Clara Dougherty of Jeffersonville The funeral took place from St Augustines church this morning LARGE CLASS ODonoghuesacrament of confirmation to a class of thirt three boys and fiftytwo girls at Holy Trinity church New Albany last Sunday morning About half the number of children made their first holy communion at a high mass prior to the Bishops entrance upon the scene The Uev Father Charles Curran celebrated the high mass and was assisted by the Rev Father Michael F Halpin The church was crowded and the music excellent ST LEOS GALA DAY A class of boys and girls will make their first communion at St Leos church Highland Park tomorrow morning at 8 oclock The Rev Father Fitzgerald will celebrate the WjfJ qass In the afternoon at 3 oclock the first communicants tne children of the parochial school and the Young Ladies Sodality will take part in the annual May procession Solemn vespers a sermon and bene diction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will follow the procession One of the Passionist fathers will preach the sermon MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Division 3 A O II fiias engaged the steamer Hiawatha for a moon light excursion on the night of Monday June 15 Scallys Band will fur nish the music The boat will leave the foot of Fourth at 8 oclock and will return about 11 oclock State President George J Butler John M upthecharge An ample supply of refreshments will be on board the boat The members of all the other divisions and the Ladles Auxiliary will be duly invited to make the trip DEL IOXT CLUBS SUCCESS The iDchnont Club showed on Thursday night that its popularity was not waning The big steamer Island Queen carried a full cargo of passengers up the river as the Pel mont Clubs guests on Thursday night and brought them nil homo again The second excursion will leave the foot of Fourth street next Thursday evening at 815 oclock and if such a thing is possible tha crowd will be greater than that of this week DRUM CORPS FOR BOYS The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America has another new enterprise in prospect the or corpsWithescort the military companies of the order when they hold drills or attend other functions It will be good training for the boys and from the organization the Catholic Knights can expect to recruit many members as their age increases RESTS AT JIOME Rev James Cusack recently ap pointed pastor of St Patricks church at Covington has been obliged on account of illness to abandon his work and has gone to his old home recuperation his place is being filled by Rev Father Lambert C P of this city UNIQUE AUDIENCE Four hundred nuns musical in structors in Chicago parochial schools and colleges made up the audience for Miss Myrtle Elvyn the young American pianistc who gave a recital at Kimball Hall in the Lakeside City a week ago today Miss Elvyn had previously given a recital for the Catholic school teachers of music in Peoria The nuns showed their appre elation by generous applause r AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Rugs Best qualities and low prices offeringsWo WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price Hubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET Yk FOR FurnitureOf at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYERI 419 W MARKET STREET 1111 i N N M111 M N N1N NNN N NiN NN NI Home Phone 5687 Climb Main 484y HENRY FUGHS FLORIST Funeral Designs and Flowers for all occasions GREENHOUSES Charles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building ININHLIN N N N NN NIN NININ NINNIN NININ SPLENDID PICTURES Manager Edward W Dustin con tinues to furnish patrons of Hopkins Theater with an excellent line of motion pictures every afternoon and evening The warm weather has caused no falling off In the attend ance because the theater is always cool and Inviting Next week two more sets of new films will be pre sented and while some will be of an educational nature others will deal with comic situations Xew electric fans have been installed this week and the air is always pure and fresh no matter how large the crowd is CHANCE FOR BARGAINS Arthur Kinsclla manager for the M S Moses Company 534 West Market street has inaugurated u sale of clothing at prices unprecedented in Louisville The sale began this morning and win continue until every garment is disposed of The M S Moses Company purchased the entire product of two factories at a bargain and has now put on sale 100000 worth of mens and boys clothing for thirtycents on every dollars valuation Read their advertisement visit the store and reap a harvest of bargains LEXINGTON LADYS DEATH Hundreds of old friends crowded St Patricks church at Lexington last Tuesday morning to attend the mass ot requiem over the remains of Mrs Beatrice Houlihan one of the oldest and most beloved members of the parish The deceased was born in Ireland seventysix years ago but had spent more than half a century in Kentucky Her husband Edward Houlihan died several years ago E T Houlihan of Lexington Y W Houlihan of Florida and a daughter Mrs J T Looney of Lexington sur vive her WILL MAKE LONG TKIP Cardinal Gibbons is making ar rangements for his trip abroad His Eminence will sail in July and on ac count of his absence the annual retreat for the clergy of the archdio cese will be held in June instead of December as hitherto The Cardinal goes to London to make the principal address before the Eucharistic Con gress which meets in that city It is almost certain that he will visit the Emerald Isle before returning THRILLING DRAMA In the Shadows of the Kockles a threeact drama will be produced by the Francis Dramatic Club at the club hall Seventeenth and Southgate streets Monday and Tuesday even lug May 25 and 20 The play will be put on by first class local amateur actors The admission fee Is only twentyfive cents with an ex tra ten cents for reserved seats THEY PRESERVE THE PEACE Last Saturday was Medal day for the police of Greater New York Patrolman Walter McDonough of the traffic squad was awarded the Peter F Meyer medal for saving the life of a drowning man Patrick Riley of the Brooklyn force got the medal for Invading a crowd of 100 ruffians and arresting a murderer after he Riley had been shot- AUSTRIAN IRISHMAN Baron HoenningOCarroll one of the descendants of that famous Irish family who is Consul General of Austria and Hungary in New York has received from his aged sovereign the cross of Chevalier of the Order of Leopold With princess gwvaa of white lin Igerie or with itlhe corselet skirt of white serge a sash of cherry color or turquoise is worn I llTT CENTENARIAN Aged Citizen Celebrates His Birthday In Royal Style To live to be 100 years old to have ten of your eleven children living and celebrationIsone in 23000 in our twentieth century Yet this is what happened to John Burns of Syracuse N Y this month That he was born In Ireland that he kept the faith and consequently lived a life of regular and abstemious habits are responsible for longevityMr was born in County Kil kenny Ireland on May 1 1808 He married Miss Kitty Kennedy in 1833 and soon after they came to the United States and settled in New York Ills centenary birthday was observed at the home of his daugh ter Mrs John W Cronin of Syracuse on May 1 and among others of the laity and clergy who called on him InhoflPatrickmind is as clear as a bell his walk has a soldierly swing but he is now yearning after things spiritual and wants to enter the world of eternity and to meet some of his dear ones gone before MOURN FAITHFUL SOUL St Louis Bcrtrands parish lost one of its oldest and most exemplary members when Mrs Nancy ONeil passed away at her home 520 Wet Breckinridge street Wednesday morning Blood poisoning that followed the cutting of a corn was re sponsible for her death The de ceased was seventyeight years of age and a native of Ireland but had lived in Louisville more than fifty years Her husband James ONeil died fifteen years ago The following children survive her James ONeil a locomotive engineer Misses Ellen Maggie Josie Mary Annie ONeil all of Louisville and Mrs Edward Cowan of Dayton Ohio The funeral took place from St Louis BertrantVs church yesterday morning HOLDING THKIR OWN The Louisville ball club is bidding fair to wrest the laurels and title of the hitless wonders from the Chicago Americans as they have been playing a great game on the road and while they havent won all the games they have made the other teams hustle for the games The pitching staff is considered second to none in the association and the team in fielding will compare with any With a little more development in the hitting department the club will be a worthy aspirant for the pennant So far they have proven a good drawing card on the road as they have furnished good competi tion for the other teams MEETS ALL OCCASIONS Albert B Hulskamp believes that druggists like newspapers ought to be always on duty He is living up to the idea as one housebreaker found last Sunday morning Mr Huls hump was conducting certain phar maceutical investigations in the rear part of his drug store Sixth and Kentucky streets early Sunday morning A housebreaker cut the glass in one of the show windows nnfl entered About the same time Mr Hulnkamp got busy with a revel ver The housebreaker is running ctIPAID FLYING VISIT Thomas Gleason an old friend of the Kentucky Irish American and one of Covingtons leading businessmen visited Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday Of course he called to pay his respects to old friends and was given a real Old Irish welcome Mr Gleason is Grand Knight of Bishop Carrell Council Knights of Columbus at Covington and is a dele gate to the supreme Council of the Catholic Knights of America and in terested in Catholic societies and so cieties of Catholics in the State and out of it RECOVERS SLOWLY Capt Michael Dolan of the No 5 Engine Company whose leg was broken while he was fighting the fire at the Second Presbyterian church several months ago has been removed from the City Hospital to his home Capt Dolan will not be able to walk for several weeks Ills friends are very anxious to see him back at his post UNIFORM RANK DRILL Both companies of the Uniform Rank K C of A were drilled at Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday night Capt Gus Kane put the Knights through their paces and the work was complimented by Major General Heichert and others One of the pleasing features of the evening was an address by Supreme Delegate Thomas Gleason of Covington who wits loud in his praise of the work that the Uniform Bank is doing WAITING FOR nAY The Catholic Womans Club has secured many handsome prizes for the euchre to be held aL the club house Sixth and Walnut streets next Friday afternoon and evening The ladies who compose the committee and who have worked hard to make the affair a success are Mrs Edward Ranney Miss Maria Merimee Mrs James Hoey Mrs John Beck and Miss Kato Fitzgerald PRIVATE IOLICE During the present week the Board of Public Safety has appointed the following private policemen Thomas J Riley John C Quinn John Enright and M J Quinn All were formerly members of the Louisville police formerlyCaptain PRIEST VISITS RELATIVES The Rev Father Joseph P Bryne rector of St Anthonys church in Indianapolis visited relatives in New Albany last week Father IJryne was born and reared in that city and has many friends to welcome him whenever he visits his relatives u 4 I 0 IFRANK FEHR JBREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE 3TY ICumb Phone Main 1913 1913THrac 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 Bee BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 XOZ3ISWX4X4E KV 4 ASK EOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7568 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATIIDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICE Gut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville Ind OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS STOO 9T012 DONT 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SECOND rJt Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANC- ESJMONEY ODO LOANf CUMg PHONE MAIN 27y Room IIIf Law Bjgj Center and Groan v dRhVvV V V J Mgr 3 I Meal rank fW P BANNON JR Vice Pres Treas L J ISlcrltarI Kentucky Vitrffiod ErIk CD aj INCORPORATED IVIcmijfeiotx3rore of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK I FOR STPtfETS AND ROADWAYS hfce 5M5I2 W Jetftraui St Works MigMtla ATI lit 9th ari KM TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONK 1282 S r NW YIJOCKEY ClUB Spring 23 DAYS RACINGMAY 5 30 I MeetingNEW Louisville Handicap Today Louisville SIX HIGH LASS RACES EACH DAY P M RESPLENDENT Sun Shown In Honor of the Blessing of St Marys- Cornerstone The great occasion and the glorious Hunshlne after a long period of ruin attracted thousands beside the par ishioners 1o the blessing of the cor nerstone of St MnrysoftheKnobi church on Floyds Knob last Sunday afternoon The blessing of the cor nerstone was performed by the Bight Her Denis ODonnghue auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis assisted by almost u score of other clergymen prominent in Southern Indiana and the sermon was preached by the Kev Edward McBorron a native of ew Albany but now pastor of the largest Catholic church in Evansville Long before the sun made its appearance above the eastern horizon member of St Marys parish were hurrying to the site of the historic old church which is the birthplnce of the new ns well They wanted to attend an early muss andl get things in order for the entertainment of the clergy and other visitors who were to come later in the day Two com mandcries of the Knights of St John nnd several hundred other resident of Louisville joined the throngs that left New Albany in the morning and early in the afternoon The good ladies of the parish served n sumptuous dinner nnd the Rev Father Joseph Sermersheim pastor of St Marys seemed to be everywhere at once bringing order out of chaos and seeing that all the details of the arrangements were being car ried out The building of the new church will be pushed to a rapid conclusion The parishioners are made up of the descendants of early French settlers In Indiana and the later German farmers with a sprinkling of Irish thrown in They had colected the 20000 necessary to build the pro posed new church before the pro gramme was arranged Sundays af fair brought 2000 more from the collection Before the frost Is on the pumpkin as the Indiana poet would say tv new St MarysoftheKnob will rear her spires heavenward from the highest point about the Falls Cities FAR FROM HOME Capt Harris Died Among Hospitable Strangers I in Kentucky Capt James Wilton Harris profes sor of commercial law at Kentucky Military Institute Jefferson county fell a victim to enteritis nnd died ut the college ut 130 oclock Tuesday afternoon Capt Harris came to Ken tucky from Marlborough Mass last September hHe was only twenty years old but tram the outset evinced rare perspicuity and executive ability He knew boys and he knew games as well as books Within a short tine he was one of the best be loved instructors at the K M I Dur ing the winter he accompanied a number of students to Florida as is cus tomary and upon his return he was stricKen with the malady that caused his death Timothy J Harris father of the deceased and n prominent bnslnnM man of Marlborough Mass arrived in Louisville Monday evening and went immediately to the college where his son was dying and remained with him to the end The senior Mr Harris Is Financial Secretary of the Knights of Columbus Council at Matborough nnd met a number of fellow Knights here while on his sad mission Capt Harris was a devout Catholic and was prepared for death by the Rev Father Thomas W White pastor of St Francis of Rome church Clifton The remains Were brought to John J Barretts Sonss chapel 838 East- aln street nnd prepared for burial Wednesday at noon the father started back to Marlborough where the funeral took place yesterday HARD WORK For Director and Actors But Result Has Been Attained Trained to perfection is the phrase used by the privileged few who have witnessed the rehearsals of the young men and women who are to produce that tuneful opera The Mikado for the benefit 01 the Catholic Womans Club irof Leo A Schmitt organist at St Patricks church ana one of Louisvilles lend ing musicians deserves great credit for bringing order out of chaos Unless one sees several rehearsals at the beginning and watches developments later he can have no Idea of the task imposed upon Prof Schmitt or upon anyone else who undertakes to direct a comic opera performance All of the principal characters have good vcjices and the chorus both male and female is superb Perhaps next to Prof Schmitt credit is due to Qfrs George Barrett the accom panist who has never missed a re hearsal and whose wonderful and untiring energy has revivified the tired singers and the director The Mikado will be practically professional when the public is invited to its first performance ri fl f SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- 1DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls Oily Hall on First and Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurercharles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month Prosident =Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kciran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial Secretary J T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evcplngs Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrIck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J O Hesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SorgeantOitArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy LynchFinancial J 3on elly Recording Secretary Frank P Dur1eTroosurerllarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms ohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVIce Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Kobards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle i IiMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording SecretaryAustin E Walsh SecretaryThomasDachman Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy WHERE THE CROWDS G- OIDcHOPKINSIOc Largest Moving Picture Theatre la the World CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCEF- rom 1230 to 1030 P M Dally of FINE ANIMATED VIEWS and ILLUSTRATED SONGS Change of Program Sunday and Thursady FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSIONI TREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GOEISTUirSTE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark Unl w s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics out Ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works t 008 tOW Main St Both Phones Mirage is one of the most fancied of the weaves of the new summer ellkwei Of Knights of Columbus Has Large Roll at the Outset I Henderson Council Knights of Columbus was established at Hen derson Ky lost Sunday and the new officers are Chaplain the Very Rev Father Edward J Lynch Grand Knight Joseph A Higdon Deputy Grand Knight Edward J Evans Chancellor E J Haley Lecturer John A Funk Secretary James E Mnnlon Treasurer A W Bloudin Advocate George D Elmore Warden Frank O Evans Inside Guard J Leo Manlon Outside Guard Laurence L McAvoy Trustees Frank H Delker Richard L Dean trod G Edward Marshall Delegates to the State Council Alfred G Delker and Joseph A Illgdon There were visiting delegations from Morganfield Owensboro Evans ville Paducah and a few from Louis yule New and old Knights attend ed mass at Holy Name church at 1030 oclock Sunday morning and heard and appropriate sermon preached by the Kev Father Odlllo Witt 0 S II of Tasper College Indi ana Father Lynch celebrated the high mass The initiatory exercises were held during the afternoon Owcnsboro Council exemplified the first degree Morganfield Council the second degree and the third de gree was put on by Paducah Coun cil under command of Col John T Donovan The nen council starts out with sixtyfive members After the initiation a banquet nns held The Catholic ladies of Hendor son served the supper and addresses were made by the toastmaster lien W F Drury the Rev Fathers Lynch and Odendahl Hon La Vega Clements of Owensboro and Albert J Veeneman of Evnnsvllle WORK TOGETHER Mackin Members Move In Manner of Perfect Machine Mackln Council had one of its old time touchandgo meetings Tues day night There was something do- Ing all the time President Robert T Burke occupied the chair and when he rapped for order the busi ness started In a rush Three new applications were presented and two more are in prospect Charles S Randy in behalf of the special committee arranging for the Choral Clubs performance May 18 10 and 20 reported that A Mile From Town was an ossuered success He read letters from the local Knights of Columbus Elks Catholic Knights ft1HlLadlesHibernians and Sarto Council of Owensboro Each of these organiza tions promised to attend one of the three performances in orce Appropriate resolutions on the death of Patrick Sheehan were adopt ed Theodore Weber John Curran and George Gathof who were on the sick list were reported improving reportedfullyVirgil Bolm was reported unchanged Charles Rnidy William Ier erg and George Sinumls were appointed on a special Committee to visit Clarence Zook who is reported in a serious conditionThe accepted an invitation to attend the military euchre and dance to be given at Phoenix Hill Park June 0 Supreme Director James T Shelley made an interest Ing talk on topics dear to every member The council adjourned to oniedt aJrlday night of next week since one of the opera performances will be given on the regular meeting night DEATHS IIAND Beckoned and Bishop I F Horstman Answers Summons The Right Rev Ignatius F bratman Bishop of the diocese of Cleve land died suddenly and unexpectedly at Canton Ohio Wednesday night Death resulted from heart failure and general exhaustion due to over work He went from Cleveland to Canton on Monday and on that and the two following days confirmed large classes of children He died in the rectory of St Johns church Bishop Horstman was n man of great learning and had won his title of Doctor of Divinity before he was ordained In 1892 he was consecrated Bishop of Cleveland and has always shown marked executive ability and untiring zeal When Bishop McClos key celebrated his golden sacerdotal jubilee a few years ago Bishop Horst man preached the sermon and it was a masterpiece of eloquence The funeral arrangements are now being perfected and it is expected that the leading dignitaries of the church in America will attend the obsequies TIlE DATE SET The cornerstone of the new million ArchbishopOlennon be laid October 18 This Lsihe annl versary of the laying of the corner stone of the old Cathedral on Vater utreet I I c r 1 NNNNNNNNiNINNNNNNIREFRIGERATORS Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig erators 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 Handsome well finished Oak Refrigerator galvanized lining double lid to save the ice easily cleaned 75pound i capacity 550iiTHE COLUMBIA finish white enamel lined mineral wool filler removIIIIOak chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices according to size i THE OPALITE iiWe are agents for the 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