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T t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME c XXIINO Is r LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 1 19Q9 PRICE FIVE CENTS DIFFERENCES Of Opinion Maj Work 111 For the Mission ot Hibernian Envoys f Men ot Various MOulds Look nt Visit Through Seperate Glasses I Not IBelore August Will Big Fight Conic On Birrell Bill 0 EPENDSMU HON THE LORDS I When vNatlonal President Matthew Cummings and the Rev Father P H ODonnell State Caaplain of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In Massachusetts made their advent into Ireland they were received with delight and welcomed as harbingers of peace In less than two weeks the tide has turned against them and now the leaders of the Irish people would just as soon have both of their visitors west of the Atlantic ocean There are few correspondents whose letters are full of more meat than those of lIon T P OConnor whether he talks of the Balkan situ ation or of Irish aftairs His last letter to the Chicago Tribune says The Irishmen won the big victory In the debate this week exposing the utter breakdown of the English Government in Ireland One hundred thousand acres of the best land has been allowed for more than a century to be flooded yearly with a gigantic destruction of property and widespread disease Indeed the awful dimensions of consumption in Ire land was proven largely due to this neglect of the Government to fulfill this most elementary duty to the poor Ireland is closing up its ranks more unitedly every day now and Redmond and the other leaders are more hopeful laan at any other time for years The only dissension now is occasioned by the presence in Ire land of Matthew Cummings National President of the A O II in the United States who appears to have invaded Ireland with the intention to break up the Irish ranks At first the purpose of Cummings was un known and the Irishmens profound love and gratitude to all Americans Induced a hearty welcome to Cum snings When his denunciations of the Irish party in speeches and con m fr4 iveBfoQnsjifo e niCummings scSeinertwarfundcrstooU and is now being vehemently de nouncedMr wrote the above from London and usually represents the feelings of the Irish Parliamentary party but there are other Irish writers who are still in favor of the mission of Mr Cummings and Father ODonnell The editor of the Dun dalk Democrat bids the people to welcome the American envoys to his section and adds Many thinking people outside the A 0 II altogether will wish the envoys Godspeed on their mission There are not wanting signs of seri ous trouble in Irish national politics if certain recent developments are permitted to go unchecked and we have had political trouble enough tf more could be avoIded The A O H in Ireland ough to be what it is In Americaa great social and benevolent association not merely a polItical one If it is regarded with suspicion and distrust and even posI- tive hostility in some parts of Ireland it is because certain llvis ions of the order may have een used by political hacks for the attainment of their ends That is apparently what the American envoys have come here to stop if it be possible And that is one of the most useful and necessary things from the stand point of national politics that can engage the attention of any Irishman today I 153 Quite n difference Is apparent between the opinions of the London correspondent and the editor of tne Dundalk Democrat It is to be hoped that the mission of the American en voys will result in peace rather than in disturbance In another part of his letter My OConnor tells us The real struggle on the Irish land bill will come in August Then the House of Lords measure before it That wll have tue body true to its old traditions doubtless will muitllate the measure and may excise for instance both compulsion and the special treatment of the congested districts But the critical moment will come vhenI andbetween themnegotiations open the Government and when the deal the Government At that- moment is closed by if the Rouse of Lords be reasona ble about compulsion and the congested districts It may find IS- slstance and alliance from the Ittsll Nationalists The Nationalists do not want to see the land purchase down theslowedstrangled or oven quicker It is the better they w11- 1lIk Is re it And If more money imperial fuuus totheqtiired irom the Wheels of the operationgrease toInducementsby offering larger the landlords to sell they Wont aD ject LINCOLNS STATUE The 4 Lincoln statue at Hodgenvllle unveiled on Decoration day is to be that a May 30 and It Is probable will visit vast crowd of KentuckIans county that day When the Lame cornerstone was laM tn February the weather was decidedly Inclement lrAPPY CELE n TlON Itofchildren yrand1iThIrsfl and other relatives tbt saiubled atI the reshleneei of IhtMara1JoCrJOih1to wiio D s aDC upon his fiftyfourth birthday anni versary Mrs John Lapping had taken the others into her confidence and arranged a surprise for her husband The table was loaded with all manner of good things to eat UtIn the center stood a mammoth birthday cake surmounted by a metal basket filled with flowers apd among the towers were fiftyfour small candles one for each milestone in Mr lappings life Among thpse gathered at the feast were of bourse Mr Lepping and his wife MesaameB Louise Hodapp Raymond Hodifpp C K Yeager Misses Marie Dora and Nunle Lopping and Messrs John Lopping Jr Raymond Hodapp C E Yeager Henry and John Lepping Jake Brown and Masters Andrew and Raymond Hodapp and Joe Maas S MANY MOURN Untimely Death of Richard- G Shanley Popular in All Ways The death of Richard G Shanley which occurred last Sunday afternoon at his home 124 East Chestnut street caused a profound shock to his host of friends anany of whom did not even know he was ill Air Shan ley was one of the first residents of Louisville to join the Knights of Columbus and that body had charge of his funeral The deceased ic survived by his daughters Misses Lucille and Frances Shanley one sister Mrs C E Wor rell and two brothers James Shan ley of Fairfield and Thomas Shan ley of Galesburg III Mr Shanley was born at Falriield fortyfive years ago but came to Louisville in 1S79 A few years later he became the proprietor of the Old Blue House aIwholesale and retail liquor establishIment Afterward he interests and formed a partnership with John Coleman in the haber dashery business Ill health caused him to retire several weeks ago but few of his friends thought the end was so near The funeral of Mr Shanley took place from the Cathedral Tuesday morning and that vast edifice was filled with the friends and associates of the deceased FIENDISH WORK Attempt Made to Wreck Stately Old Cathedral- at New Orleans Fiends dn human shape last Sunday attempted to wreck the stately old- S Louis Cathedral at New Orleans and but for some hitch in their plant the loss of life might have been enormous Workmen had been en gsgedKforspme time in repairing ttie sSuth fower andtherfeTTad bee1soiillfeeling among the men It is believed tnat the disgruntled ones ar ranged a dynamite bomb so that it would destroy the lives of the others The bomb exploded with terrific report at 230 oclock in the after noon Only a priest a woman and a child were da the church None were hurt but had the explosion occurred several hours earlier when tho church was filled with worshipers at mass there is no telling how many lives would have been sacrificed Iia the panic that ensued One of the small altars in the front part of the church was wrecked several handsome glass win dows were broken and a quantity of plastering was dislodged The damage to the church Is estimated at 2000 Several suspects were arrested by the police but later re leased St Louis Cathedral was bunt more than 100 years ago when Louisiana was a Spanish province I BACK TO TOWN I Cast and Chorus Working Hard and Almost Ready Macklns Choral Club is almost ready for its public performances of Back to Town the latest tuneful musical chatter from Aulyn Eanston There will be four performances at Macauleys Theater as follows Wednesday Thursday and Friday nights May 19 20 and 81 and Saturday matinee on May 22 The cast and chorus have been rehearsing diligently and are ready for final dress and orchestral rehearsals whenever the occasion offers The singing and drilling of the chorus s nearly perfect and the cast prom ises to be so well prepared that its members might easily be mistaken for profeslonals Although more than two weeks will elapse before the initial performance both DIr Kan ston the composer and Carl Zang the musical director claim that thn company could be gotten ready frr the stage within a few days notice Miss Stella Cuscaden the prima donna who is to take the part of Virginia is in excellent voice and is well pleased with her part She has had a wide and varied experience and is a charming and artistic young actress Mackin Council ISto be congratulated on securing her sery ices and there is no doubt hat she will prove a drawing attraction Seats will go on sale at Macauleys box office on Monday May 17 The east will be made tip as folla- wsVlrglnlaWss Stella Cuscaden Trixie JMlss Hattie E Hoffman SnooksMlss Leota Whitton Blerach Senator Voyce Louis J Kieffer Aunt Tr easy Patrick G King Schmlttle Charles Parsons Goggles Thos D Cllnes Percy + oAulyn E Kanston RUMOR OF HONOR It is nimprftd In New Englands ecclesiastical circles that the Rev Father Ilkhard eIef pastor of the Church of th j Immaculate Conj Motion Mi Msldn Muss Ka4 been eelobed to iucc the late 11CJ11 Michaell Thrnb7 In MONTH OF MAY Particularly Devoted to HonoI of the Mother of Our Redeemer of f1It Children Will Deck Her Statues With Garlands ot Flowers Origin of Devotion Not Recorded In History But Is Trndltonnl WILL BE OBSERVED LOCALLY lortheof the Blessed Virgin will be decked faithfplw1l1and ninnychurches ofboysBlessed Virgin will be crowned with garJands of flowers Every night or 110mmOT both the faithful wIll- assemble in their parish churches to thenosary ofGodthe Most Blessed Sacrament agesCathoUcsmother of Jesus in various ways but the May devotions in her honor are of recent origin comparatively The recognizeMayoffice but in 1815 Pope Plus VII laysdailytions at home or in church and n plenary indulgence any one day in the month on condition of confession communion and prayer for the in tentions of the Pope The Catholic writers are not positive when the practicedlethave been practiced for several cen inglandthepole dances for so long that Shakes peare and Tennyson have made them memorable in verse Among the prayers recited during the May devotions none is more fre quent than the Litany of tho Blessed Virgin and in its last appeal to her IIolyRto Catholics is a crown of roses that her children wish to bedeck the brow ofthieItssei1 vLrgin1IoLaerotInn of the Rosary hind its origin In the twelfth century through St Dominic greatdevotionclimeMay Is the month of flowers and in our own country the month of earjy roses Little children from the tiny tots just able to walk to those of twelve and fourteen are fre quently found in these Mayday pro cessions It Is not at nfl infrequent to find the members of young mens and young ladies sodalities either following or leading the little ones not from a desire for display but to show their devotion to the motner of GodHere in Louisville there will fte few If any churches without their May processions tomorrow and devotions throughout the month In some of them there will be devotions both night and morning during the month but these are only rendered possible where there are more than one priestAt St Josephs church the May devottons began last night with a procession During the entire month special devotions will be held on Monday luesday and Thursday mornings at 730 oclock and on Wednesday Friday and Saturday evenings at 730 oclock On Sundays the prayers for May will be recited during the vesper service at 230 oclock St St Louis Bertrands church the May festivities will begin tomorrow with a procession of several hundred hlldren The fifteen Rosary banners will be carried in the procession the Rosary will be recited and one of the eloquent Dominicans will preach a sermon on the devotion to the Mother of God At the Cathedral St Patricks Sacred Heart and the other churches in the city even to the smallest similar processions and exercises will be held TOASTED COLONEL Retiring Commander of Famous Sixtyninth Reg iment Dined When the thirtyfive officers of tho Regiment commander Col Edward fluffy a few days ago they presented him with a badge of the Fourth Army corps First division in which the regiments numerals 89 were sot in diamonds with a rod enamel bor goldrAeut Conley who has been in command ol the regiment since Qen JJuffys retirement was toastmaster Major Michael Lynch made a speech presenting the badge in which no said that the regiments present armory for which Gen Duffys efforts obtained the munici pal appropriation would always be a monument to hits fortyone years of service He also reminded the Test of the diners of the time at tim out break of the Spanish war when there was sosfl5 doubt as to how the mUl lareKmentswCJlld respond to the call to mrm Col Duffy voun tiered the entire regiment to a man ndtheYJwenWe were th onty reitment the tat which volunteered 100 peinri j r tcbuildaainTodayard of any otrier National Guan mustkeepJ fortytwoi willhaveoffGurteeiiI theSixtyninthtIme l s FULL OFlNTEREST y Was the Meeting of Dlvl slon A rrostarttoLI e splendidmeetingwas not a dull moment during the entire session President John ormerCountyand lhonias ALigan made tlielr appearance afterjjfseveral months absence and were given a warm wel YihhiainCallahanreceived Frank Sullivan and John M toniemtJershipand MichaelGilmorelatrlckGUliganrick Kenney were reported ill and LawrenceMeaneyered fiv State Secretary V lliam J Connelly recenttripvisit would result In great good and that a large division would be or capitalwithillAttorney NewtoinO Rogers deliv ered an interesting address on the recent controversy between Presi dent Roosevelt and the Lutheran ministers Mr Rogers showed the nrgumentthatnnyCatholIcsSuch a thing has never happened in the worlds history and never will The Pope advises thjs faithful to take the Bible in one hand and make toltakohand and make themselves good cit- Izen At the conclusion of his ad dress Mr Rogers was given a rising vote of thanks fi RECENT JOEATUS n t The funeral of Irs Mary Dolan placefromEleventh street Tuesday morning with the requiem pass at St Williams church Tlie deceased is survived by two sons Patrick and John slxtJfiverespectjtheed iu I lived ltfCYjjifv f Margaret3lonlenkamp of her daughter Mrs Louis Schmidt 1704 Magazine street took place from St Peters church on Sunday morning The deceased was born in Ger many seventy years ago but had lived in Louisville the greater part of her life Her husband William Mohlenkamp Sr a son William daughterMrs respectedbyMrs Snub A Ready one of the oldest and best known Catholic ladies of Louisville died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Saturday night After having oeen prepared for burial the body was removed to1 the family residence 1208 West Jefferson street The deceased was seventy years old and a native of Ireland but bad lived in this city almost all Her life She is survived by the following children airs R W Harreld of this city iMrs George Salender of Frankfort Miss Beatrice Ready tend Albert Ready The funeral which took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption Tuesday morning was largely at tended Michael King a venerable member of the Sabred Heart parish died at his home 1519 West Broadway Tues day afternoon as the result of cerebral hemorrhage He was born in Ireland sixtysix years ago but came to America when a child For many years he had been a resident of Louisville The deceased is sur vived by his wife and the following children John King of Denver Col T H KIngt of Knoxville Tenn George C king of Lortland Ore James W King Mrs John Snyder Mrs UHs Overstreet and Misses Julia and Anna King pf this city The funeral took place from the Church of the Sacred Heart yesterday morning and was largely attended HANDSOMELY REMEMBERED Fred H Huesman executive clerk In the general freight office of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com- panY at Tenth and Broadway was agreeably surprlseu by his colleagues on Tuesday afternoon Several days before he had made known his intention of retiring from the service of the railroad company to take up his residence in California His coworkers assembled Tuesday and pre seated him with a handsome silver water service and a magnificent seal rIng Mr Huesman pressed his thanks briefly and feelingly He goes to join his family who have been lo cated at Los Angeles for several years lEis connection with the rail road company covered a period of seventeen years- JEXINGTdN K OS Bluegrass Council KofC will in itiate a large class tomorrow and many members of Louisville Council will go to Lexingtbni to assist In the exemplification pf the degrees lIon James J OBrlerf of Lexington will be the toastmaster at the banquejt which wll follow the initiation and the ipe jeer twill bt Frank ODpnnell sad Jpho C Tulbojt nt iL ringtpnf and J X Kvinahof UeI SHELLSl Are Falling Fast Into Camp 01 the City Administration Followers Announcement ot Smiths Can dldncy Created Const r nation SurelyI Inquires About Affairs at Alins House Cause For Trouble CAPT FOSTER AND THE POST oftueLouisvillekni boyaamanoftinsseethosestainedglassannouncedMayorsubjectpartyThischangedtlleLouIsville consternationInto SmithhasentanglingallIancesago was Mayoragainst Wononugliernames hedared electedSincedisappointment lute failure as the chief executive of Republicant canlookreeriunination between the followers of the Grin Meaatvliletheenjoy spectacleThe Fund Commissioners meettng nndttbefirednndtintsapplicants Lu1Humphrey forthobetttn partisan political articles from the seat of afavoritebehindNewmanIso the subordinate capacities Who buIbJlglingwill not be near enough to go around Shieldsformercertainly brought no crumb of con hisBoardShieldstalksmoreInformation Possiblethat maytakePeople are asking continually What is the matter with our School ChiefIfaager thehoard isInlrusteesintendpurchase of an automobile The Kentucky Irish American would gladly let Robert J oster theEveningIn front The collection for him is the latest thing and it hoes not seem to set the world afire He confessed a fine of 20 for a brutal assault on an inoffensive young man That should have been the end of it but the Post in face of the fact that the attorneys for the defense had given their services tree Insisted on raising a subscription of 100 to defray Fosters expenses Thus far the subscriptions have been few and slow and so many anonymous offer Ings are being made that people wonder if Foster and the Post are collaborating Foster won a trip to Cuba in the Posts popularity contest prefertoEL CAPITAL Tuneful Opera to Be Given by Best Local Talent- Obtainable The Cecilian Choral Club will pre sent John Philip Sousas famous military operiliE Cajpltan at Macoculeys Theater on the nights of May 10 and 11 and from all inflica tions a most brilliant rendition of givenExcellentrehearsals which are becoming more and more interesting Much en thusiasm is displayed by the members of the club and the dates of the performances are looked forward to with pleasure A magnificent cast has been chosen headed by Mr J J Flynn who will have tIle leading comedy role of Don Medlgna Viceroy of Peru who Is afterward disguised as the famous warrior El Capltnn The other members of the cast are Messrs Tello Webb D J Maloney William Tmorde John Richard John Cratty Edward Wolfe Philip hirer and Misses Marie Cbstigan Imelda 1I1rgeChorusand fully capable of singing Ute dir ficult choruses will be n greet feat lIre of the opera The work of these yokes i especlalleffect I TI jlK prep+ oeuuhnr lhorl11Nobl of Cn UHInBlrth111C iis one ofHie rn oPt difficult numbers of the opera The lnsile of thei IC 1Ilfc f suing by all the nrlnRmxln1 arid e n1Ifa 1fhIII1thr o f u p athetiioperabuteryuleasualtSchmittmusical witthelhestaglnrrof fMessrs1UagerTello nnthisi an eXIC ntt nssGertrudeu nccompnonist towardtJllQI opera sue ceeded theoaccompanlstcast to rtake the part of the PrincesI actsIni 1lLouise I bestsopranosnprominentcredit Miss Mary Kaleher who linn understudied the role of Estrelda on MarieCosUgan PossessIng has won annny compliments nt the nllodoing totlteThe costumes which are of the early part of the seventeenth century effectsininPerutheSpans11 111betheYMikridoJune seethemundentaltlnltl1nnsaid by many who have witnessed tue rehearsals that it will be the best bylocalDIAMOND JUBILEE I German Catholic Orphans Will Be Guests To morrow The German Catholics of Louisville will celebrate the sixtieth anni OrphanXsylumcelebration is held at one of the sew eral German speaking Catholic churches in the city rhis year it is the turn of St Josephs congregation peoplehave bebroughtattire and will of course be the cen ter of attraction The number of orphans at St Josephs Asylum is larger now than ever yet all are be lug wcllcaredfor Five large vans will be used to transport these parentless little ones from the asylum at Crescent Hill to St Josephs church and the Knights RnnkCall escorts A short distance ifronT the church the procession will be met JosephsOrphanand accompanied to the church where solemn vespers will be sung at 230 oclock The sermon forthe occasion will be preached by the Rev Father H J Rotheut After the religious ceremonies the orphans will be taken to the school hall where an elaborate feast will be spread for the little ones by the kindly people of St Josephs congregation The route of the procession from St Josephs Orphan Asylum to St Tosephs church will be as follows Frankfort avenue to Story to Cabel to Washington street and thence to the church Jacobs military band will nead the parade MANY PRELATES Will Assist In Celebrating Jubilee of Romes American College S Archbishop W H OConnell of Boston has left tome to visit various places of interest in Italy and it is definitely settled that he will return for the jubilee celebra tlon of the American College which will begin in June Bishop Hoban of Scranton has announced his intention of being in Rome for the jubilee and at the same time making mn official visit to present a report on the state of his diocese as all American Bishops are required to do at least once in ten years An interesting feature of the celebration will be the singing of sIn dents of a sapphic ode composed in Latin by Monsignor Angelinl Secre tary of Latin letters who is one of the greatest modern writers of classical Latin This ode will be set to music by the famous maestru Dom Porosi who has already shown friendliness to the college by com exquisitehymnclares his intention of paying a visit to America in the near future ST CECILIAS NEW dltRCH I goIng when the parishioners visit the old church on each successive Sunday they are surprised Ito see what has been accomplished during the preceding Aveek The Rev A J Braay pastor of St Cecilias is as much pleased with the progress as are his parishioners OFFICERS CHOSEN The following officers kayo been chosen for the ensuing twelve months by Holy Trinity Total AlbanySpiritualI Charles Curran President Patrick Kennedy Vice President Peber Fougerpuwieji Secretary John F Me JDrunsjMarshalMarshal William fir Trustees Michael Thornton Dennis Gleason TObn iTcDerinott and Fred EckertI M 11 TERRIfIC Roast For Missouri WomenILobbyists From Father Phelan Venerable Editor ol Western Watchman Minces No Phrasesi Beer and Babies Prove Forceful Theme For the Dean of Journalists TEMPERANCE NOT PROHIBITION Very Rev Father venerableWatchman suffragettes 23heexception atthehemincedofBeersaidAnowbeingJeffersonhave camped in the Capitol grounds theStategofrontIntotheir I female suffrage and prohibition They seem to have made little im theformuterII behalftheirhomestheir babies noibablesrequiringlobbyists limitIngit sexWetho pulpit and very llttje for them on the physIcIans polIticsWomen cushy but we would confine their polemic eloquence to the back stairs If these women in Jefferson ndvocntingwomen to hold political office we might let them fight it out with the Legislature but they nave gone farther and essay the role of political reformers without waiting for a vote They want prohibition as wide as the State and as deep as the flandn ourlegislatorsus to repeat the arguments we have used from time to time l this paper against prohibition Suffice it is to say that we consider it a fraud a de celt and an hypocrisy The male leaders in the movement are intermittent teetotalers trying to walk straight between two debauches or men who would prevent others the little pleasures they have no taste for themselves and that simply to advertise their own sobriety or indulge a vulgar penchant for meddling In other peoples affairs But who are the women who would nail the lid on the whole State and clench it with a constitutional amendment They are women who have successfully held down the lid on childibcaring they are women who are on record as advocating race suicide they are women who use marriage in a way which if avowed would land every one of them in the States prison These women tell the men of the State You shall not drink beer and tell the women of the State You snaIl not have babies And the first measure they advocate in the interests of the home which if they had their way svoulcl never exist and the second they champion in the name of the higher civilization of freelove and barnyard morality Closing the saloons to honest temperance and opening the buffets and dining rooms to hypocrisy is like drying up the procreationof ignoble lust These sterilized women should be in the penitentiary Capitollators Prohibition Is a farce and a fraud in practice and if it were honestly carried out would be an infamy Under the law to be voted on in this State it will be unlawful to giveaway sell or manufacture any intoxicant within the borders of the State Our Saviour supplied wine for the mar- rIage feast of Cana and He and his disciples drank wine If He were living today He might be put in prison as a manufacturer and lila host cat1ngbeverage HOJfEJTMOOX JN IRELAND Miss Mayme Weber and P G Clifford were united in matrimony at the ChurCh of Our Lady in Portland Wednesday afternoon the Rer Father James J Conniff officiating After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the bome of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Weber Thirtyfirst and Bank streets where they held a reception On Thursday morning Mr and Mrs Clifford left for a trip through the Eastern States and will eventually visit the home ot the bridegroom in Belfast Ireland Sir Clifford is a conductor in the em ploy of the Southern Railway Company arid his bride is one of the most popular girls in the West End OIIILDREN TO IARTIcYIPATX morningtheschool WUIBIRr the isusic of high ortyICours I 5p II- 1r PI I KENTUOKY xii A RIC Z S I KENTUCKY IRjf1 M1IflTJ Beveled to the Social arid M oral Adva emeent ejj Irlffa AaerJcwiB rd Citfcolcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers J SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Enured at lh Uulivlll PoitoMlM ai SecondClM nan i Aiirc i all comiDeicatFessl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei SI 4 iiii14ScOUNcILLOUISVILLE K1SATURDAY MAY 1 1909 i CATHOLICS DO THEIIl PART There are In the New York arch diocese a hundred and thirtynine parochial schools The total value of the school property is 11016685 and the annual cost of maintenance is 744420 Think what an additional burden would be placed on the other taxpayers wore there no parochial schools in the archdiocese HONORED DY VETERANS G A R veterans were among those to honor the venerable Dr Louis A Lambert whose golden jubilee was celebrate at Scottsville 14 Y last Thursday A delegation went from Rochester to Scottsville by special train and the congratulatory address was delivered by Judge John D Lynn a close personal friend of Father Lambert Despite hJs seventy priestrVand as editor of the New York Free mans Journal ho continues to do yeoman work His reputation is national and Catholics all over the United States hope that he will be Epared many yearsS F WHATS TilE PRICE V The Catholic Citizen of Rochester says editorially Whenever an indi vidual is overheard to state that every man can be bought and that it is simply a ease of meeting his price Jt is always well to keep a sharp watch of that individual lest he ex ecute the thought uppermost in his undeveloped mind as soon as the opportunity presents itself No one voicing such a sentiment is worthy the least confidence inasmuch as no- man is better than his convictions These sentiments are true and Louisville has had many exempllflca t tions of the fact There are men in Louisville who stood high in party councils but who frequently voiced to their less favored though more intelligent brethren the sentiment Every man has his price These same leaders are now on the opposite side of Unpolitical fence Did they have a price HELPING TIlE CHILDREN Not only labor leaders but human itarians of an sorts In the Empire Stato are interested In several child labor bills that are now before the New York Legislature The danger ous trades bill is almost certain to go through and there is great hope for the Christmas overtime measure Both bills deal with childp labor and the dangerous trades bill was especially recommended by GOV Hughes in his message This bill especially defines the apparatus which is to be forbidden to children I under sixteen It labor unions never did anything 4 else they have done much to remove children from dangerous work and to take them away from laborious employment altogether under the age of sixteen would be still better This Is not true In nil the States but In j jipnyof them and the list is growing I year by yearand Is gradually 1 emancipating the little ones from the condition of serfdom May the good wprk of the labor unions continue and prosper BECOMING DISGRUNTLED The thinking people of the tyest and Northwest who have been voting the Republican ticket for a decade or mere and getting no recognition In return arc growing tired of It and the editor of the St Paul Pjoneer Press remarks 11Tlo West and Northwest are not Republican for the sake of the label The Republican party has no mort gage on those sectlpns They have teen patient But year by year there lias been a growing feeling of irrita IexpressItselfrecognized as a politicali fact and given satisfaction In other words the Republicans of the West and Northwest are not got fleg what they think Is coming to them In the way pfltarlff r form and general legislation Any partyijthat becomes too conscious of Its own power Is sure to meet with disaster Several Southern States have left the Solid South in recent elections and ijave gone over to the Republicans These States are faring BO better jthan those Jo the Nprth and North 1we t Leaders of the Republican par may find out when it Is toolate thttkeSat rn Slates cao sot control i tb flestlny of the nation TSoTfr that George WTsJlpr Smith ha aniounoe4J his candidacy ior the FlfoaD aomianUpB for t Mayor the Louisville Evening lost will have something to fight in its own party All along the iost Mil maintained that Smith would not oppose Grinstead but that is as new and true as anything else that ever appeared in Us columns Would it not hove been better for the Rev J W West Superintendent of the Kentucky AntiSaloon League to have been found Intoxicated rather than to be compelled to leave the State on account of more serious charges of improper conduct Evangelist West should have been indicted tried and sentenced to the penitentiary for the rest of his natural life Those also wbo shielded him deserve penitentiary sentences for compounding a felony RAPID PROMOTION Honors Come Past to New Auxiliary Bishop of Boston Word has been received in Boston that the Very Jlev J O Anderson pastor of St Pauls church Dor chester and Vicar General of the archdiocese has sheen raised to the position of Auxiliary Bishop Thy MonsignorFalconio United States and it lies been hailed with delight by the people of Boston The new prelate will not be conse crated until Archbishop OConnell returnsHonors have been accumulating rapidly for Monsignor Anderson since the first of the present vear On January 15 he was made a Vicar Gen eral and on the departure of Arch bishop OConnell five days later all the business of the diocese was placed in his hands fjn Good Friday the announcement came that he had been made Prothonotnry Apostolic oDgnorlTheepiscopacy Monsignor Anderson is Boston born and bred and fs now in his fortyfourth year He is popular with both priests and people JOINS TIUPPISTS r Aged Jesuit Leaves Ills Company to Take More Strict Vows TIle Rev Father David Plant one of the oldest and best known mem bers of the Jesuit order in Canada will enter the Trappist Monastery of Gethsemane in this State Permis grantJJdhimFather Plante has been a member of the Jesuit order for fortyfour years and during that time occupied important posts at Montreal St Boniface and Guelph Canada The Trapplsts and Carthusians are the only orders that a Jesuit can enter after leaving his own company as the Society of Jesus is called Both orders are of the strictest observ ance WERST BARRETT The Church of the Blessed Sacra ment was filled at 230 oclock Wednesday afternoon by frlnds of Miss Julia Frances Werst and J Raymond Barrett who were united in matrimony by the Rev Father OSUllivan The music under the direction of Mrs Adelber was of a high order vocally and iijstru Tnentally Mrs John 7 Score von dered Millards Ave Verum in an exquisite manner IMiss Caroline Adebcrgwas the accompanist After tft ceremony the bride and groom held 3 recepton at the home of the brides parents Mrs Minnie Werst 1004 Everett avenue Later in the evening they left for a honeymoon trip to Cincinnati Wash ington and other Eastern points The bride is an accomplished musician and a young lady of many accom engttgedInreturn from the East Mr and Mrs Barrett will begin housekeeping at S38 East Main street PLEASED GRANDFATHERS There are two extremely proud men in Louisville this week just because they have become grand fathers and because one baby boy will divide his name between them These happy gentlemen are Col Scott Newman and Col J C Board mon and the late arrival Is a son of Col Doardmans son and Col sew mans daughter Mr and Mrs Arthur Boardraan of 315 West Broadway The father and mother of the child have decided to call him Scott New man Boardman It is the first grandchild on either jldeL FRIENDSVApJRJfflSl Coll Isaac F Whjteside former Mayor of Jeffersonville is seriously ill at his home 418 West Front street in that city His friends are ex tremely apprehensive about his cun dition RACK TO RICHMOND Hon Jeremiah A Sullivan of Richmond who spent jwteral days In Louisville this week r ttirn4 home OflVW dn aiiMr8ullvAJ1llone QfU ablest lawyers in thd tata1l- dit i power In the p mQcratie party 1 1 t 4 WHJT CgARMgp MAHj OF ERIN She is one of Erins fairest kind Her featureiafo qriiei charming Her equal it IS hard o9ind Her winning ways alarmingr Her hair is of a golden cast With eyes of starry blue Her cheeks are of a rosy tint Her lips are rdsy tooV Twas at a party that she met A lad of just nineteen Who toucher her to her heart be cause He greenV I V A Du- nitSOG1TVf JMiss Rose Wathen of the High lands will return from Blrminghan todayVI Misses Maggie Cahill and Katie Flahive hire returned from Jeffer sont n Miss Verna Meredith of Big Cllfty is the guest of Mrs J H McConnell of 2710 Fourth avenueV Miss Mary Casey of Henderson has returned home after a visit to friends in Jeffersonville Mrs M J Collins and daughter Miss Anna are visiting Mrs T H Tobin at Bowling Green Mrs Kate Boldrick of Lebanon is visiting her son Attorney Sam J Boldrick and his family Richard H Sullivan of Wichita Kns is visiting his brother W MI Sullivan 2210 Force street Mrs J M limes and her niece Lucille Curtis are visiting Mrs S E Mjchot on Portland avenue Mrs Florence OSullivan has re turned to Lebanon after a pleasant visit to Mrs B S Mattingly Mrs Rose Flanagan and son Paul have gone to Milwaukee and Omaha and will not return for a month rILT II McConnel of South Louisville has as her guest her niece Miss Verna Meredith of Big Clifty Miss Virginia OBrien has returned from Anchorage where she was the guest of Misses Anita and Janie Rite Misses Theresa Cissell and Fiorina Mahoney have returned to New Haven after visiting friends in this city Miss Rosie Seufert one of the pret tiest and most popular girls of Fer dinand Ind is here visiting her aunt Mrs Theo Schultheis Fifth street Mrs Michael Kearns of Third five nile and M street has almost entirely recovered from the injuries she IllS tamed in the recent street car acci lent Miss Blanche McCann Warrington 1of Sprinjrfleld Mo is visiting her cousins Misses Eugenia and Amy Mc Cann of East Market street Jeffer sonvilleVH Miss Lyda OKeefe and John Rohr man Jr will be married in June The bride elect is ta sister of William OKeefe and both are well known and popular Mrs Neil tMcDevItt and sons Cole man and Charles have returned from Arizona after n sojourn of several months All have been benefited by the trip A new baby girl has arrived at the home of Dr and Mrs Bernard J OConnor 2407 West Chestnut street and the parents are pleased with the new arrival Much to the gratification of his parents John the little son of hand Mrs Michael Kinney is convales cent after a serious illness at the home in Ohio Falls Theodore Schultbeis and wife and son Leo arrived Jumc the first of the 1ek1lroni Ferdinand Ind after d most enjoyable visit with Benedict Seufert and family mss Katherine M McClusky and Edward L Pope will be united m matrimony In June The bride is the accomplished and charming daughter of Mr and Mrs M J McClbsky Miss Nona Shea daughter of rand Mrs George Shea submitted to IlryandElIzaoethsthus far is progressing favorably toward recovery Attorney Patrick who submitted to a serious surgicaloperation several weeks ago is nov at the convalescent stage and it is hoped that he will soon be out and able to resume his law practice- congratulations are being showered on Dennis J limes a popular Elk and cafe proprietor this week A pretty girl babv has arrived at his home 1516 Twentyfirst srteet The mother and child are doing nicely Michael Montague his wife and DelllnghaUlbest wishes of many friends for future prosperity Mr Montague expects to engage in business in Seattle Miss Elizabeth ogarty and Charles rohme were united in marriage at St Augustines cbur Jin Jefferson vile on Thursday morning the Rev Father John OConnell officiating Both bride and groom are popular- In that parishV Hon George E CoIl formerly Prosecuting Attorney of the Clark Circuit Court but now practicing his profession at Galveston Texas is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Maurice Coil and his brothers Bernard A and John CoB of Jefferson rifleJohn Garaghty Secretary of the Vmertcan Joe and Cold 6toraje Com janr who has been ill at his home on East Broadway for several week past will be ableto be out next week and ills many friends are Jejioteing over his speedy restoration to health itiii MsgrE itfurpiy I4 William It Lnrdnr popular young peoile of the sohern section of- the clW were united In marriage at SJt George chflch Wednesday WeorgeVl phy and John S Grayvrc the att tendants Mr and Mrs Lardner have begun housexceping in South Louisville One of the hhndsomest brides of the season arrived at the home dher cousin John J Holland of the Highlands on last Friday She was accomplishedIyule Tenn The fortunate groom is B W McIIugh a popular young resident of the Tennessee capital and also well known in Louisville He holds a responsibly position with tne C T railroad After a brief sojourn here Mr and Mrs AlcIIugh will re turn to Nashville Mr and Mrs Joseph B Jacobs have pone to St Louis to begin housekeep- Ing after attending several soda functions which were arranged here In their honor The bride IMiss Salllt Katherine Kennev was one of the most popular girls in tho West End and is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael lenney of 2808 Montgomery street and a sister of John T Ken feyvhio is very active in Maskir Council The fortunate groom is a rising young business man of St Louis They were united in marriage at the Church of Our Lady in Port land last week by tho Rev Fathe Conniff SAINTLY LIFE ENDED Sorrow was brought to the henrt of many relatives in Louisville last Tuesday when word was received of the death of Sister Mary Car melita which took place at Denver Col that morning She Was a member of the order of Loretto and a native of Louisville Before becoming a nub she was known in the world as Miss Henrietta Hodapp Her mother Mrs Mary Louise Hodapp who resides on Sixth street near Walnut and her sister Mrs John C Lopping of 417 Eighth street are among her surd ing relatives iiister Mary Car melita was thirtyeight years of age and led a most devout life even be fDrlS entering the convent Her arduous duties injured her health and last fall she was sent to Coi orado in hopes that the climate would benefit her It was too late and the saintly nun passed into eternity with perfect resignation to the will of her Creator COLUMBUS ATHLETIC CLUB The Columbian Athletic Club held one of its pleasant receptions for Its members and their lady friends at Zellers Hall on Monday night President Ben Beckman Messrs Woerner Schalda and Heitkempcr anti other members on the Reception Commit tee did the honors handsomely Dur eveningthereand vocal and instrumental music given toy such star performers as Miss Afabel Ray lieu Speaker Will Martin and D Zaeppel Every num ber was enjoyable nOd each artist re ceived an encore Refreshments were furnished in abundance and the evening was brought to a close with a dance JOHNSON FOR GOVERNORw i Hoif lIen Johnson of Bardstown has announced that he will be a candidate for Governor of Kentucky subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party The Kentucky Irish American suggested his nomination six months ago and believes that it was the first newspaper to make the suggestion lien Johnson is a clean and fearless leader and a straight Democrat He is a typical Kentuckian in stature and in manner If he tells you he will do a thing he will do it and if he says No toe means it Hen Johnson can unite the party in Kentucky as none other can PICNIC AND REUNION parishUighlandpreparations for their annual picnic and reunion which will be held on the church lawn on the afternoon and evening ofJuly 29 the Jast Thursday of the month St Leos parish has the name of having the best prizes of any church entertain meats in the city and both pastor and people are making efforts to eclipse all former jejirs Combina tion ibooks will Jie printed and a great rivalryvill take place between the various members of the congregation in disposing of them ABBOT BOUND HOMEWARD The Right Rev Edmund Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemane is expected to return to Kentucky about the middle of this month During his absence from Gethsemanej Abbey the Abbot has visited France the Holy Land and was in Constantinople before the recent revolution broke out From there he went to Rome and probably made a short visit to the headqunr ters of the Trappists in France before he started home I NOTRE DAME VICTORIOUS The University of Notre Dame 1 is pleased with the showing made by Its debating team in the series of debates with Georgetown University Each university hod scored one VI- ctory and the final effort was made last week in Washington The judges were chosen from men with aV thorough knowledge of politics and public affairs and their decision was in favor of the Notre Dame debaters MISSION NOT ENDED The Roman correspondent of the New York Herald says that Monsig nor Falconlo will spend several months in Italy when be goes to Rome from Washington next month He adds that the distinguished prelate will return to Washington as the Apostolic Delegate until the next Consistory is held and this may be deferred until the end of the year MRS RAFTERYS FUNERAL The funeral of Mrs Susie Mc Kernan Battery took place from St Louis BertrancVs church Monday morning and the many friends of the deceased thronged the edifice Mrs Raftery was h81dIin high esteem by all who knew her Besides her hus band Dan Raftery JieJis survived by two small children and her parents Mr and Mrs James McXernan LV NEw rOUISY1LtB JOQKEYCLUBVV Spring Eighteen Days Racing Beginning Derby Day MonK day May 3 and Ending Saturday May 22 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 PM 10c1 HOPKINS 1IOC Where the Crowds Go VAUDEVILLEAND Moving Pictures CONTINUOUS 1 to5ltolipm- ONE UNDER MMANAGEMENTFI- RST I RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth St IPrincess Theater Jefferson 348 aiColumbia Theater FouJJi7Av Dreamland TheaterMeet We cater especially to Ladies and Children PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season MOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials SocialsOutings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts SHOESWe have all the makes and everyday look and we know it will do you good to buy We do not figure in a loss on our shoes but the lowest cash price that can be given Shoes for the baby fath er mother and grandpareuts Give us a chance at your foot covering Our stock of Shoes and Slippers for first communion and cpnfirmation for boys and girls is unsurpassed VOLZMICHAEL 336 W MARKET STREET FONTAINE FERRY PARK What promises to be the most successful season in its history will DO inaugurated at Fontaine Ferry Park parkbeautifulon the Western bank of the Ohio was long ago termed has been bedecked in new colors and presents a more inviting nppearantie than ever The free gate which proved so wonderfully successful before will again prevail at the Ferry Dancing will be one of the chief attractions and the excellence of the big dancing floor is too well known to need further comment There will b6 a free con cert an excellent vaudeville show and other attractions a plenty FORTUNATE ACCIDENT WestStand energetic worker In the ranks of the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary fell and sustained a fracture of the hip on Monday She was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and at last accounts was resting as com- fortablY as possible under the cir cumstances More than a year ago Miss Hanrahan tripped and fell sustaining a broken arm Her many friends are anxious for her speedy recovery BRIGHT STUDENTS IN CONTEST Miss Elizabeth Mulloy1 Miss Pauline Dale and Daniel Walsh Jr will represent the New Albany flligh School at the intercollegiate contest at the Bedford High School next Friday night Daniel Walsh has been declared the winner of the oratorical contest at the New Albany exercises and Miss Mulloy was selected on ac count of the superiority of her read ings Miss Mulloy and Mr Walsh are members of well known IrishAmeri can families of New Albany FORTUNE MADE lilT The Knights of Columbus council at Columbus Ind initiated a large class last Sunday In the evening a banquet followed the initiation and the Hon James Fortune of Jeffer Bonville who was one of the orators electrified the Knights with his oratory RUSS LLILLES MISSION Tomorrow the Rev Father Henry Miller O P formerly M19fScored Heart Retreat iwill open a weeks mission at St Wary church KttMellville It will beVVa combination J iV FONTAINE FERRY The Park Beautiful OPENS TOMORROW HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE Free Band Concerts Dancing and other new and popular features FREE ADMISSION Suit Specials at Levys Mens Suits 1650 Youths Suits 10 Boys SLilS 4 All good things and on special sale Dont miss them YOU CAN Always find something novel and new in Floor Coveringsand Paper A- THUBBUCII BROS 522 524 W MARKET STREET Gtias fie Rogers VVLV600K GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a laU and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or XVERY DKSCniPTIOXf 434 West Jefferson Street Puts new life in your old furniture and fixtures It cleans polishes and veneers metals hard woods furniture etc re storing original newness with but little labor J2oz bottle SOc and a sample CarpetCleanerCleanerGiincninn SUPERIOR FILTER S dPEullLTi CO 418 S Third St Louisville Ky HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TelephIIl11t41234 SIXTH STREETS of instructions to Catholic and non e 1holloai JVVV VVV Meeting 3tiIt llil ITSEASY I 1I MONEY I111 Easy enough to MAKE money c easier still to SPEND money and you know it TAKES I money to live easy when your moneymaking days are I ONE DOLLAR starts a etll lags account here and you c COMPOUND INTEREST onVevery dollar you put into it U 1UImoneym Ky Title 1m 1mmIm I I mfmIJl and Court Place 1 ItItFifth daily until 3 p m I until 7 p m W 1 OFFICB HOURS SUNDAYS STOO 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Oood Dental Work Dose For tile Least Mosey Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteedV OR IiiJJ COUCHMAN Dintjs- tPFFIOE t 542 FIFTH STREET FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 WNAPKETSTV CB THOMPSONV LORIS Rosebuds a Specialty DesignsI632 FOURTH EfBoth Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attentIonsVand satisfaction guaranteed- i PRIVATE HOSPITALVFOR THE CARE OF INSANE ANDVEPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JeffersonvihleVInd own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane andVepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very rosaVonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY RfeOINAn- ERCY t J HOSPITAL Sirk feH J5fl5l4CI1 0 D z t M xgNTUOKY IRISH AlO df RIOAN 1808 t NOVEMBER ELECTION WWRg9 tR Robert Bartholomew CANDIDATE FQR MAGISTRATEJ 1rH M4aIprlclxJfr b er EaTe y lenposed ifM dal axd 3rd Wards Subject fo Action Democratic Party 19fN VJPB i 4j OTIOPT 1900 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOZT COUNTY JJERRSubject tp the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DA HERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second a d Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYi CANDIDATE FOR CO NTV AS 3jSSOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURQEVIN CANDIDATE F- ORJUDGEq JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party 4D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t + 4 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S E ast Itelix Street J E TRACY L H STRAUB i T Y IITRACYi PHONES STRAUB 363 FUNERAL DIRECTORS r AND EMBALMERS C rrhshortTiotllc ed on 1531 W MARKET STREET Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor r Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETCB TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN id Funeral Director and Ellhllr TELEPHONE 365 All orD1ahtCarri 1225 w MARKET ST Sire year boys IB cdicatlsB that will prre r pareltcll for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Bnw lw y tvitlayllte Xy- 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j I of these cars IEnter at rear only by step marked u EntranceI2 Have exact fare ready 3 Deposit fare in fare box 4 Request transfer when paying fare 5Pass quickly into car 6Leave car either at front or rear exit preferably the front The HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doltg the Past Weekgeneral- News Notes The County Board scored one by forJulyDivision 2 of Syracuse has made n noticeable growth in the past four monthsDivision 1 of Hartford Conn will celebrate its thirtysixth anniversary next Sunday The County Board of Buffalo is ar duringthe haeltheirconstantly increasing Division 2 will meet Friday night and expects to hear from its Sunset Excursion Committee an American flag on Decoration dayDivision 1 will meet in regular ses sion next Tuesday night and it is ex pected that reports of interest will be read A regular meeting of Division 3 will be held op Thursday night and several additions to the roster are in prospectSteps have been taken in Buffalo looking to the erection of a monument to some distinguished man of Irish birth or ancestry The Ladies Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night and as many addi tions are to be added to the rolls a full attendance is desired Attorney Thomas Walsh has gone to Indiana to spend a week and on postponedjointDivision 4s members are rejoicing over the recovery of Lawrence Meaney one of their Visiting Com mittee who recently submitted to a serious surgical operation- In the East Hibernians are dis cussing the advisability of holding annual church parades on the Suns day nearest to St Patricks day The idea seems to meet with considerable favor WINS BIG CASE rayforaii weeks stay in Washington D C Mr Taylor went to Washington on im portant law Business and while there I had the pleasure of hearing a big case decide in his favor It was in a matter of many years litigation but Mr Taylor had won his case all along thejlne- WILL WED AT NEW HAVEN Miss Louise May Boone and John S Hapan popular young people of New Haven will be united m matrimony at St Catherines church in that town bn Saturday May 15 After a wedding breakfast at the home of the + brides parents Mr and Mrs Alexander Boone the young couple will leave for a trip to the Northwest BUNGALOW CHURCHES Correspondents of New York papers are responsible for the state ment that Pope Pius X has placed an order In England for 200 bungalow churches to replace in part the churches destroyed by fire and earth quake at Messina and throughout Calabria The new churches are to be earthquake proof- HELENAS CATHEDRAL The Itfght llev Bishop Carroll of Helena Mont has announced that the sum of 100000 has been subscribed for a new Cathedral in his diocese The subscription of the 100000 assures thaJiftof a like sum from a wealthy friend of the church It is estimated that the new Cathedral will cost 350000 when completed BEAUTIFUL NEW BANNER Sf Leos Society composed of the Catholic young m nof Highland Park has ordered a beautiful banner r11aalU 7po not block either exit 8Smoking will be allowed on front platform only 9When necessary change will be fur nished by conductor ldepositrfare in fare box themselves and not handsame to conductor Louisville Railway Company HibcrInlans 3panf 5 HATS 100 II Entire Sample Line and Surplus Stock f SwannII Abram Co bought 25c on the Dollar Over 3500 Hats will be placed IlastI tire lo- tM11Moses 1 i 00 Co IncorpomtedII MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mew VVar Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klnsella Gen Supt rMAGIe CARPET Removes tbe dirt as if by magic without taking up the carpets and restores the rugdruggetsjMagicRenew 8SUPERIOR fllua8 SPECI1IY CO 418 S Third St LosUvllle Ky DEATH AT LEXJ GTONI I Lexington Catholics are mourning the death of Mrs Mary Murphy one I of their mbst venerable members She was born In Ireland sbctjvnine years ago but come to Kentucky at an I early age Ten children survive her They are Mrs John Dowlins of LMvrenceburg Mrs DJ Hlickey Mrs Frank Kelly and Mrs Henry Horne of Lexington Mrs James Quinn of Columbus Ohio Miss Rate Murphy of Indianapolis William Murphy of Illinois and Lawrence Murphy and Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Murphy of Lexington The funeral took place from St Pauls church Monday morning and was largely attended by old friends of the deceased and her bereaved family AMERICANS IN BERLIN Berlin correspondents of American dames have begun to note the annualI spring invasion of American tourists II Although the trees are Just beginning to bud the streets are filled with the I tourists from across the Atlantic and hotel proprietors have put on their most gracious manners I ADORATION IN TOPFERSONVIIjTiE The Uev Father Constantine C Pot Louisville will assist the Hev father John OConnell pf Jefferson iue tomorrow Monday and Tues d 1in the cerhmoniea aeeompanyini the Forty Hours prayert at SA v ignstlnes ebnrch- q 1 1 KNIGHTS OF COLU IBUS t Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Many Colorado Knights assisted at the institution of a new council at Durango last Sunday A council has been formed in the Panama canal zone by members of the order engaged there Toronto Council will be instituted on May 23 and many Knights from Jluffalo and Syracuse will assist at the initiation The St Louis carnival was a grand success The Knights incurred an expense of 12000 but their receipts amounted to 43980 The joint councils of Alton Granite exemplified EdwardsvIHo last Sunday Lexington Council will initiate a large class tomorrow and J J Kavanngh a well known attorney of this city has been invited to deliver nn address He will speak on The Catholic Young Man New Albany Council and Tefferson vllle Council of the Knights of Columbus will hold a joint initiation at Jeffersonvllle on Sunday May 23 The first and second degrees will be exemplified by Louisville Council The bachelors of Syracuse Coun partiesThelast week and 150 members and their friends participated The object is to make the younger Knights better acquainted eightysixi Mexican war was a member of the class initiated nt Columbus Ind last Sunday He is said to be the oldest man ever initiated by anysecret society in the United States WITH THE SICK Friends of two faithful workers in Catholic societies who have been seriously ill are glad to learn that they are much improved and hope both will soon be able to be out One entraland tho other is Charles Finegan one of the most energetic of the younger members of Division 1 A 0 H PASSIONISTS BUSY The Passionist Fathers connected with the Sacred Heart Retreat in this postLentenand in other ways assisting pastors of other congregations The Rev Father Benedict returned from New Orleans Tuesday night after six weeks spent in missions and retreats FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer will begin at St Leos church Highland Park at the late mass tomorrow morning morningThe orated for the occasion The Rev Father Fitzgerald will be assisted by a number of other clergymen to morrow BOWLING GREEN MISSION The ReV Fathers Ignatius and Benedict will conduct a mission at St Josephs church Bowling Green during the week beginning Sunday May 9 The Rev Father Thomas Hayes expects large crowds at the several services I INDIANA KNIGHTS The Indiana Grand Commandery of thfi ITnlghre nf 8f 7r in tvlll moot ++ Greensburg tomorrow John and Louis llusson and Frank Ritz Jf are the delegates from New Albany At this meeting the Grand officers will he chosen for the ensuing twelve months MISSIONS AT BOWLING GREEN The Rev Fathers Benedict C P of Louisville and Ignatius C PofCincinnati will preach the mission at St Josephs church Bowling Green which will open May 9 At the close of the missioni for Catholics 4M ReV Esther Xavier Button C Poft Louisville wll- r deliyer a mission Jn the same churcfi to nonCfttholics T iti Brewers and Bottlersto LOUISVILLE JTF OUR V SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING I INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE K4 Cumb Phone 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Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 T OFFICe AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 1909 November Election 1909 DR C6e SCHOTT CANDIDATE F- QRCORONER JEFFERSON COUNTY jjSubect to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate Par Bailiff Police CourtC Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party AoUSE THE HOME TELEPHONE BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE The Best Service That Can Be Obtained 1909 NovembicElielbn 1999 Squire John M AdamsI C CANDIDATE FOR Countyt Assessor n yaf 1- V ORDER REVERSED Proved Negro Had Gun But Court Ordered His Dismissal There are several attorneys at the Jr JudgeWheeler Ian on the Appellate bench that Is pro vlded he gets the necessary majority of votes These attorneys claim his e anxious to reverse things and questIonI John Lockney a negro was arrested on the suspicion that he was an accomplice in a cutting aftea When he was searched it was found that he carried a gun so the e concealed and dead y weaponswas registered against him Judge McOee in passing on the cas held that if Lockney had not been arrested for complicity in the cutting the gun would not have been found therefore he dismissed the de fendantIn it seems to have been a case of proven but not guilty MACKIN COUNCIL Is Having Interesting De bates On What Church Teaches Council had an excellent Tuesday night with Presii J Kieffer presiding a1l IMockln great part of the evening to routine matters that interest only to membersI was reported Imt proving after his long spell of illl ness The Library Committee rec ommended more improvements in th arrangement of the library The rec ommendations were taken under coni siderationMenYbers of the council discusse- the following questions in Christian doctrine What does Ascension day mean and what does Trinity Sunda commemorate Under head of goo of the order David OConnell of TrI n ity Council made an interesting talk on affairs in his end of the city and Invited Macklns members to visit Trinitys new home early and oftent The subject from Christian doctrine which is to be discussed next week will be What is confirmation and is it necesary to salvation KENTUCKY DERBY ThlrtyflfthIDowns The thirtyilfth annual spring meeting of the New Louisville Jockey Club will be inaugurated at Churchill Downs next Monday and followers of the turf say that the ompetehereracing will be better than ever As usual the classic Kentucky Derby will be the fourth race on the first day and the vest threc year olds iIn the country will compete for the 0000 Stakes of which 700 will go to the second and 300 to the third Two other good stake races are scheduled for the week the Debutante for two year old fillies next Wednesday and the Clark hand icap on Saturday In the latter race the starters are to be threeyearolds upwardThere be six races on each day throughout the meeting and th club management is more thanI pleased with the outlook Presidenttt Charles F Grainger Vice Presidentt and General Manager M J Wlnn Secretary Lyman H Davis and Teas irer Applegate have surrounde- themselves with capable officials andI the public is sure to get a run fo ts money Witn such men as Charles F Price as Presiding Judge and Charles F Grainger and William Shelley as Associate Judges there can be no cause for fear YOUNG LIFE CLOSED r Edward Greaney one of the most papular young men in the West End died at the home pf his sister Mrs Ella Delaney Ackley 103 Bank1 street early Tuesday morning and the funeral took place from St Pat ricks church Thursday morning iheI deceased was a member of one oft St Patricks pioneer families but hisI parents have been dead severall years Besides his sister Mrs Ackley he is survived by a brother Joseph Greaney and sister Mrs James W Dougherty of Muncie Ind The deceased was popular with all who knew him and his untimely death is generally regretted HONOR IS MERITED Bruce Haldeman President and Business Manager of the Courier Journal was honored by his cot leagues last week by being elected Vice President of the American Newspaper Publishers Association The meeting was held in New York and the election took place on Friday Mr Haldeman has long been recog nized as one of the ablest newspaper managers in the his newspaper friends in Louisville re joice over his preferment On the night of his election he was also one of the guests ata dinner tendered Richard Croker by Norman E Mack Chairman of the Democratic National Committee VICTORY FOR SULLIVAN Judge Patrick T Sullivan has litlgatiestricting committee to rescind its notion In attempting to so limit the Eighth district as to jyt him out of the running Judge James P Greg ory made a motion before the JFlscal Cburt Tuesday to correct what he termed might be a technical defect The motion was sustained and the redistricting committee will heave to go over its work TWAGIO qARPET CLEANER The Magic carpet cleaner Is a high class cleaner of carpets rugs drug= gets portleree woolens clothes stcI Is carefully and cUm Really pa tdandJ1in considered a j boon by the hotels and hOmes for cleaning purpoeei Its removal the j IJ SOCIETY DIRECTORYYYI A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice PresidentMark Ryan LawlerdTreasurer Charles J Finegan iSergeantatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller I DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings herdyD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone Financial Secretary JnoT Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lynch BrowneSentinel William Nash DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursda Evenings Each Month Scrcntcent and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Sheehanfiecordlng Financial SecretaryJ 0 Hesslon DoughertySentinelThomas Sergeant atArmsPatrlek Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand1 President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch MclRecording SecretaryJno J Wlnn TreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- e Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kennedy ConstantineIin Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretarYJohn G Cole Colld d Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy YOA I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J KIeffer First Vice residentThosDCiineS- econd s Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording SecretaryThomas F Bachman Corresponding Secretary Wjlllam F BurkeFinancial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott tfj11J1E J r NtIVt4 9iGs Has No Equal as a Nerve Tonic 3 JLf ton la March Nth 19C8 Iwo takindown with rhamnatlim shoat 7 rears ap U made ale helpless and a cripple I mJJhleal J onetx tleofPastorKoenlgaNerveTonicIwil- oheerfallr II1 and honestly sa 7 it has no equal IaTonic and leaves no bad reaction on the ijitem peopleeLadyemith Wit February 20th 1908 ttHrdaughter Nellie became very nerroni and doctors said she had Neuritis but their medicine did Dot help hero Mrs Kennedy of Unity Wis eallitd my attlD lon to Pastor herdprocured 1 bottle which my daughter used herrI nervousness before the whole wu used I THOMAS UATES Valuable Book on Nor FREEIi Diseases and a Sample tients also to stet the dicefroPrepared by Mace FATHER KOCNIO of Tort Wayne Ind 1878 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III toO Lake Street Sold by DnirolitJ a SI per Bottl 6 lot fibi Largo 3lze 9178 6 BottUs lot S9 1dirt as if by magic and restores the original bright colors and makes them last longer There is no occa atop to take up your carpets when you1 use the Magic carpet cleaner It Iiq5 manufactured and sold by the Superior Filter and Specialty Com pany of 518 Third street PAY AS YOU ENTER 1 j Innovation On One Car Line Promises Greater J Safety ltallwayCompanyi on tne platform system on the Portland avenue and Shelby streett line If the system provds popular as no doubt it will it will bo adopted on all the JUles gradually The Louisville Railway Company has j made known Its plans weeks in ad- Vance and there should beno inks understanding About them One must enter at the rear and only by the step marked entrance Passengers are requested tp have the exact change although when neces will t be furnished by conductors Smoking will be allowed only on the front platform Trans fera are to the asked for oh entering the car andt each passenger is ex pected to deposit his or her own tare in the box One may leave the Far either from the front or rear thus 8 expediting ingress and egress The new system has many points to rcc ommend it chief among them is that two men wllUbe at all times In con = trot of the car the conductor on the rear platform and the motorman in front In tkU way all possible danger will be eliminated NOT BADLY HURT s Officer Miehaeli Moran of the Fourth polhje diatrlctti who suffered jj- a dialoctioa of his left shoulder last Sunday 1la able to leave the hospital andwill soon i batok on duty Moran Ia member of the mounted squad and was ciao DJ the runaway lion t ot a broker 701fleer when hU own hOne stotuWett sad fell upon 1Jt NN1 J lNSPECT10N Of Knights of St John Booked Tor May t O atI Phoenix Hill thKnlqhtsat Bhoenix Hill Park at 8 oclock on the night of Monday May 10 The infullcommanding The inspecting offi cers will be Col Henry Felhoelter and Col Joseph tllocher Adjutant Clemens WJegand is making all arrrange ments necesary for the inspection and the drill that will follow The Knights of St John have seven local commanderles It is one of vne oldest and strongest Catnolic fraternal insurance societies and the annual inspection always attracts largo crowds anu the reception that follows is always enjoyable 0DOUBLE FEAST Attracted Many Catholics to Sacred Heart Re treat Wednesday Catholics from all over the city visited the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road Wednesday to assist at one or more of the religious exercises attendant upon the doUble of St Paul of the Cross sunseIIPortluncula From dawn until the chapel and grounds were crowded with devout worshipers The first mass was celebrated at 5 oclock and each hour thereafter a low mass was celebrated until 1 Ooclock when fit was a solemn high mass The Rev Father Wilfrid Avery was celebrant with Rev Fathers Ambrose andi Colman as deacon and subdeacon re spectively Rev Father Clepas was master of ceremonies and Rev Father Benedict Hanly preached the panegyric of St Paul of the Cross Solemn vespers were sung at 330 oclock in the afternoon and was followed by benediction of the Most dayblessingswere frequently given The vespers were sung in the real Gregorian chant by the Passlonlst Fathers and novices COLONELS CLASH With Their Hoosier Rivals Today and To morrow This afternoons and tomorrows games will be the last chance to see rtleino Pietzs Colonels perform until Friday June 2 when Minneapolis will appear here for a three gam series followed by Kansas City St Paul and Milwaukee A banner crowd will be on hand today and as for surelybc9a the fans here are well pleased over the remarkable road showing of the jouisvllle team and baseball en thusiasm is now at its highest pitch one thing especially being pleasing to their admirers and that is the consistent team batting being done they no longer being entitled to the name of hitless wonders lAs predicted a great many fans have turned out to greet our el favorite Jimmy Burke even If h 1is in the camp of the enemy and our hated rivals the Indianapolis team which speaks well for the fairness of the baseball going public who are always ready to give the hand to a gooluckwhichcess pf the great national pastime REMEMBER JULY 5 The four local divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians through the me1i rum of the County Board have determined to hold the usual yearBecauseHibernians have selected the nearest possible date and have secured Phoenix Hill Park for the celebra tion The Hibernians are always patriotic Americans and try when ever possible to have their annual reunions on July 4 or as near it as possible Sometimes they have been unfortunate in not obtaining the proper date This year July 4 falls on Sunday and as they have no desire to desecrate the Sabbath the reunion will be held on Monday GOLDEN JUBILEE St Martins Benevolent Society of Newport will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary at St Martins church on Sunday May 10 At 0 oclock in the morning the members of the society will receive holy communion In a body and pt 630 oclock In tile after noon there will be a mammoth street parade The Knights of St John and other Catholic societies will assist in the parade The committee that is arranging the parade is made up of Messrs Frank Roll Chairman John Dutle Secretary Charles Zell Treas ofurerthe parade John BoeHme Matt Maschlnott Jacob Roll William Geh ring Matt iMoNamara H Hoffstetter John Bhistner Joseph Lotterer and Al Glaser This 4s one of the oldest Catholic societies in Newport VICTIM OF ASSAULT John J Holland who was as saulted by highwaymen on the night of April 13 is recovering rapidly and will soon be able to resume his duties Mr Holland is a veteran resident of the Hill and is employed as night watchman by the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company While patrolling the yards he encountered three suspicious characters who set upon him and beat him very badly ills friends hope that his recovery will be complete and rapid MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company hits suffered no falling off of bus nessonaco9un of the advent of spring weather The pictures are just as charming and instructive as ever and each afternoon and night finds the Casino Princess and Columbia Theaters crowded to theft capacity Electric fads will Kuaraa Tfrih pure air during the warm day New lmi and plenty of them are promised for J xt weeks It Keep Your Money at Home TAKE A POLICY IN THE SOUTHERN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO LINCOLN BUILDING ED L WILLIAMS President Everything Guaranteed Nothing Estimated For Your Furniture wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street NATIONAL BICYCLES Fitted With Any Maklof Tires Any f J r ftft Style Coaster Brake JlHOiUU They have DustProof Self Ojlng Bearings large Cones and Balls Antirust Reinforced Tubing Frame with Forged Con nections making it the strongest and easiest running Bicycle on the Market The SUTCLIFFE CO vSTSSST ST qf2I6 O 9BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY ti I PUREeH McKenna Distilled Fairfield J 1 w KiYI GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SBH TUB CBIBBRATBD NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir RangeThe EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public HOME PHONE 5687 COMB Main 2712a HENRY FUCHSM FLORIST se Plants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE t Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th StJ ae FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 853 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manage- rS ADQUA TII1R9 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Seasoa You can always find the belt the market affords in Choice Cuta of Beef Spring UscityLOUISVILLE TACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY M WOLTRINOPres PipoSaltP Co p PipeBBBea CeadalbWall Brick n Fir 4GrateC1tlaaey Taps Law Vases Vitriltd Sidewalk Brick 1 OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON 1BLBP140NR673r WORKS i3th Hd Lexlnftoa Md MagAolta Ave Bet 9th and iptih aGilPilellR2ee1 A