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IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXIINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 15 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS MOCKERY I Ol Reform Is Being Made by the City and Comitys Forces Scandals Have Cropped Out in Every Quarter and More v Coining 131 Capitan Posters Siege of Fort Flynnl Cost Taxpny ers Money WHAT IS WRONG ATHE JAIL It is costing the citizens of Louis vale more than one pretty penny to beep pace with this mockery of the law propounded by the present al lleged reform administration Not even one Institution has escaped a scandal it you think so name it Certainly Itls not the City Hospital One can hardlyl help remembering what happened there It was not the Homo for the Aged anti Infirm where a deposed night watchman tooK a shot at the Superintendent Certainly the Workhouse did not conic out unscathed in the muddle The Board of Safety tins had its own troubles So has the City Buyers office over the sewer cap business Between the closing of Marine street and the Lee Figg episode no one can exculpate the Board of Public Works Has not the Board of Aldermen and the Board of Councilmen not had their own scandals Is it not true that n Deputy Sheriff confessed a fine for being caught shooting craps on the public highway at 2 oclock in the morning Was there not a clash too between the Sheriff and Chief of Police anger on account of certain saloons being closed on Sunday The trail of the serpent is over them nil What about the County Tail Why h that is as bad as any It has hadI t several petty sandals but during the past ten days one or more of large t proportions cropped out there It 1 has been tinted that certain deputy f jailers were permitting a crap game 1 to be run nmong the prisoners and it is even more seriously hinted that those deputies were haying a take out As a matter of course Jailer iNfonroe is not included in the scan 1nl 1ILis1P1oAl mceasgdg Jullt g aver I iYJflff11etalMjfl nit tftt other hand lie is said to have sis pended both deputies as soon ns he hoard about it Marc than that a jail deputy is being accused of nn offense that would not look well in a family newspaper Jailer Monroe admits having suspended several deputies but he refuses to saywhiny Then what n mockery of the preservation of law nun order was f that nt Twentyfifth and Market street last Suuday ant Monday Barney Flynn one of the most reputable business men in Louisville conducts a cafe and bowling alley there Robert J Foster of Philip pine nnd Alcatraz ill fame of notoriety In Panama the Javert of Judge McGee the man who confessed judgment for assaulting a reputable young business man and who was soon after elevated to the position of Captain of the Fourth district had his nose batted for lifters of the lid last Sunday Somehow he got the wrong scent and Instead of attempt fug to catch those Sunday violators who are continually being accused of it ho went after Barney Flynn Foster and his cordon of patrolmen surrounded the saloon Time doors were closed and locked anti there was no sign of life inside From carjy morning till noon through the driving rein of the afternoon nnd allI night did these bluecoated myr midons of Foster besiege Flynns place No one emerged Between 5 anti C oclock Monday + morning Flynn threw open his doors Foster and tIle other besiegers en toyed They were allowed to search me entire lower floor but found nothing Foster then attempted to make his way up stairs Flynn called a halt and as a consequence Foster did not go Ho and his men kept watch outside the saloon until 1130 oclock Monday night Then they were called off All the time there was none in the saloon or its I premises overhead except Barney Flynn and his family Eight policemen were constantly t on dutv around that saloon for thirtynine hours Figure their pay and the payor a Captain and Lieutenant for thirtynine hours nnd you will see that It amounts to more than ISO Almost 100 of the peoples money wasted for nothing the city left unprotected and women nail athethieves This Is n sample of reform GRANDLY ORNATE WORK Quietly and unostentatiously the work of decorating the church of the t ilaiilish Fathers has been in progress for nine years and William Laurel Harris the artist who is painting o time pictures estimates thnt it will j take at least sixteen years more to complete tine series upon which lu fis now engaged The main picture is a reproduction of the crucifixion Time church is oven now one of the largest and handsomest in Greater Now York GAELIC CHAIR At tIle services in memory of the Irish heroes who fell ottAmerican n Imttlefleldp during and since the 1 I Revolution heW rfc ntly atthlChurch of Ue rraniactiUite Cone1p tlon Button a notable feature YM t1 the sermon in Gaelic preached by the Bev Daniel lE Sheerin President ol the Boston College Central incite Society In his sermon the preacher announced that when the new Boston College becomes a reality n specially endowed choir of Gaelic will be es tablishcd to teach the Gaelic lan guage and literature and he announced further that an endeavor will be undo to raise 300000 to found the Hall ot Fame on University Heights Newtown BELOVED MATRON Sank Into Untimely Grave When Beginning to En joy Life The entire Catholic community of Floyd county Indt is mourning the loss of Mrs Adelaide Sweeney who died at her home G03 West Market street New Albany Sunday nightII Mrs Sweeney had suffered complication ot diseases for seven months Unit bore her ills with the heroic fortitude of n Christian woman She is survived by herJtfus band Bernard M1 Sweeney u railroad i and building contractor well known throughout Indiana two children i lJ i Edward II and Margaret J Sweeney her parents Mr nnd Sirs Henry i Koettcr and n sister Miss Elizabeth1 Koet tee The deceased was born in New Albany thirtynine years ago nnd was very active in work for Holy Trinity church and in general CathIolic charities Aside front I friends in Now Albany Mrs Sweeney had n wide acquaintance in East StII Louis Indianapolis and Terre Haute and she Was beloved wherever she was known c Last year sue made a trip to Ire land with her husband to visit his parrots Since her return she never tired talking of time pleasure the trip afforded her ann until a short time before her death she constantly looked forward to another trip there anti to gaze upon the wondrous beauties of the land of saints onceII more Her funeral took place trout Holy Trinity church Monday morning The church was crowded with the llinn deeds of friends that Clime from near and far to pay their last respects to her mortal remains and to assist at the high mass of requiem The I1cII Father Charles Curran paid a fitting tribute to lee memory and a longcc line of carriages filled with herIfriends followed the remains to their last resting place in St Marys cemetery GREAT WEALTH tefttrGoesYI I to Very Poor Irish Relatives1 A telegram from Philadelphia a fen days ago says Three brothers and two sisters who were barely making a living on n farm in County Longford Ireland have been raised to a position of wealth by the sot tlement in the Orphans Court hereof the estate of John Dignan their brother who died in January of last year To each of the five has been iwarded 1G1SOC arid the money will lie sent to them at once John DIgnnn arrived in this country a poor boy in 1854 Ho became a clerk and latergrocery n salesman and commission hrolerI dealing in sugar and molasses He never married lived alone and ncerI toM anyone of his affairs When heI lied It was found he hind left nn estate of nearly 1000000 but no will through attorneys his relatives were traced in Ireland and they were surprised to learn that their brother hail died n venlthv man He ind not communicated with his rein tires for more than fifty years Iheir kinship was proved and the final settlement made The fee nl owed for the settlement of the estate 75000 is one of the largest ever approved by a settlement court BLUECOATS PARADE And Medals Are Awarded to New Yorks Police Meros No less than 100000 of New Yorks citizens turned out lust Saturday to witness the annual parade of the police force of which times are so proud Inspector Max Schmlttberger led the van and behind him were 5000 stalwart men in blue Mayor McClellan reviewed the parade from n stand nt Madison Square and pinned medals on those entitled to them Patrolman James- C White received the Department medal for bravery Last December White attempted to arrest Prank Itestlro for insulting several girls policemans mind arrested Patrolman Edward Burke was given the Bhinelnnder medal for stopping n team of runa way horses Patrolman William A Stevens got the Bell medal for sav ing the lives of four men from drowning nfter their boat bad capsized Mounted patrolman Thomas F J OGrady was awarded time Automobile Club medal for stop plug a rutmwriy horse RARK I MANUSCRIPT Time rBook of Hours a valuable manuscript has become n possession of the Boyish Library In Berlin It cost the IJbrarv 20000 The book formerly was the property fthQ CorlovJnghtn King Lothalr It is on vellum and contains 408 pages Jt was produced by the monks of Tours The illuminations are so freali that it w inr almost incredible that they wr+ i proVluced centuries ago Jt 4BteVack to eye rI52 A DI a on+ SUCCESS SceiiiN Assured For the Forth coining Bazar For Bene tit ot Cathedral Pastor and People Arc Worlcliij in Harmony to That land Auspicious Date Set For Open ingot the Alluir Augurs Well REPAIRS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY The people of the Cathedral congregation young and old men and women boys and girls are interests in the bazar which is to he held In daysbeginningmeeting of the ladles of the cungre gntlon was called to take preliminary steps Last Monday night a general meeting of the ladies and gentlemen was called but the number ol gentlemen on hand was comparatively snail They promised how ever to do their stare nnd among all the greatest enthusiasm pre railed The Very Itev P M J Hock pastor of the Cutllllhal was In the height of his glory and good humor He was nt once pastor resident DirectorGeneral and Secretary After rending the minutes ot the previous meeting Father Hock nn nounccd for the benefit of those who lind not attended the previous meeting why the ibnxnr was to beheld and why May 24 was chosen for the opening date Time storm of two weeks ago destroyed n great part of till root of the Cathedral and made repairs immediately necessary Besides the tearing down of the old Sodality chapel entailed an expense of 58S New guttering is needed nil around the roof new windows are necessary Ih the steeple and some ofi time studding in the floors of the steeple have been rotted All these repairs will Involve n large sum of money Father nock asked permis slow to make the necessary repairs and to provide for them The Bight Itev Bishop McCloskey sold This church is fiftynine years old and many repairs are necessary You dlavtt perfectar enbinato lo wyou wish It was after this that the first meeting of the ladies of the congregation was held It was the con census of opinion that the sooner the liazar was bold the better Monday May 24 was the date selected Father lock looked up the date and found it was in the church calendar the Yeast of Mary Help of Christians and also the anniversary of the con secration of the night llev Bishop McCloskey Our mother Mary seemed to bare set the date tier self said Father Rock Then he called for reports from the various committees of Indies Time committees on booths fish pond wheel candy stand Ice cream stand lemonade stand dining parlor com bination hooks nnd a variety of other attractions including an apron sale n country store and several inndsome articles contributed by various local religious communities reported progress nnd enthusiasm Father Bock said he desired to snake ids report and told in detail liow hehad secured tickets combina tion book1 etc and the celerity with which they were being disposed of lie lad happy answers for time run ning fire of questions directed at hIm and kept all in a goods humor After disposing of the ladies lie melded the few men present anti secured promises of aid from them It was determined to call another meeting for next Monday night when the men are expected to turn out In larger numbers The men will be called upon to erect the booths preside at the wheel act as clerks anti floor mniiagcrs and to render nil time assistance possible in making the bazar a success In every way The Cathedral is the oldest and mother church of the diocese and it Is believed tint every parish In time pity will lhelp make the forthcoming bazar n financial success POMP AND CEREMONY Will Mark Deification of St Marys of the Lnobs Tonight the Bev Father Joseph Sormershelni and his people of Lafayette township will pray lor propitious weather for the morrow This is the eve of the dedication of the new ehurcli of St Marys of the Knobs and1 priest and people want tneJr brethren in LouiRville New Albany Jeffersonville anti adjacent territory tovisit their new house of divine worshipI to admire their lofty bills and and to enjov their hospitality Time Bight Rev Denis ODonoghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis wilt officiate nt the dedicatory cere monies nnd will be assisted by a number of clergy from Southern Indiana and Kentucky The Bev Father J If Ilillebrnnd now of Evansylllcj who preceded Father Sermersheinv as pastor of the old st aiaryX will take part fci time ceremonies as wlU the Rev Father McBarron the poly survivor of the priest who were bftntl din the old churchuMany of the laity from LonliivHU Jfffersonville and NfVr Albany wjlli 0 n go to Lafayette township to attend the ceremonies Several command cries of the Knights of St John and the Catholic Knights of America are pagellntIJIt1rnlugThe ladies of the will furnish a good fold country dinner on the ground 9innd with good weather the daw ought to be pleasantly nnd profitably spent fBACK HO TOWN JI Players Are Only Waiting Por Aus Daytlllto Arrive Everything lsn readiness for the production of Mach to Town nt Macanleys Thmeater next Wednesday Thursday and Friday evenings and performances LKOTA WaLKlbVJM KliACU 1 Matkin Council Choral Club which c is mantle up of if great part of the I best musical talent Among the young c Catholics of the city Buck to lown is a musical chatter by J Aulyn 15 Kanston a young cOlliI havenvonI Last year the club gave his A Mile From Town and played to crowded houses The first performance adIvertised the others Back to Town I is n sequel to A Mile Front Town Mid yet tells a complete story In1 the new play Aunt Treasy n country spinster decides to visit Virginia si fashionable young lady in the city and writes to let her know that din is coming Time letter goes astray Aunt Treasy and Schmid tic liceI friend set out leaving Trixie III home Trixie however sneaks awitj and arrives in the cityabout the same time as time Others Virgin lllll tttv1iif r polil ilia loHt iu not I at house when Aunt greasy and Schmldtle arrive The country couple iwander Into an adjacent public park where Virginia Goggles AuntI Treasy Snooks Trixie Senator Voyec std all their friends meet From then on the fun IK fast nnl furious In the last net all assemble at Virginias home where the hostess entertains them with a fancy dress party It develops that nil the tangled love affairs have been straightened out and the curtain falls with everybody happy The east is as follows Virginiaties Stella Cuscal- tn1rixieMiss Hnttiet E Hoffman Snooks Miss Leota Whitton llierach Aunt TrensyPatrick O King Senator oyceLouis J Kieffer Schml JticCharles Parso- nsGogglesimomas D Clines Percy Aulyn 15 Knnston In the chorus will be found many of the prettiest girls amid most stalwart young men In Louisville Among themGirls in white and minuet glds Misses Hattie Berger Hose Gans Bertha Haefllng Gertrude Howe Bessie and Leona Loefler Alice Sullivan and Marie Wieland Country lasses and babies Misses Loretto Baum Gertrude Merger Jeanette Dahnenhold Florence Glenn Frances Gruber Louise Simon Kieffer Mamie Siebel and Vir ginia Taylor Girls In green and Dutch girls Misses Abble Chester Clara Dnnnen hold Edna Herold Julilf Kaleher Viola King Alvina Knlahcr Reran dine Liston and Mary Speak Balml tail boms =Tyler vimnciuu Tom Muddy Tom Gllllgan Henry Kerberg Bussei iMoeller James Mnllarkey Dennis tMcCue Conrad Schaefer and John Scully Country lads hurt clowns William Coakley Sherley Cunlff Joseph and George Kieffer Earl Beilly Robert Welland and Allen and Henry Wob ben Tncldepfnl to the development of the story will be many catch solos Islets quartettes nUll choruses KENTUCKIAN NAMED National President l Edward Feeney of time American Federation of Cath olio Societies has appointed the Hon F P Thompson of Lebanon a mom her of the Committee on Conserva tion of Our Natural Resource The eightht annual national convention of the American Federation of Catholic tellwlUl1 held in PUtsburfrI- lVfflUi e tO 11 I- y ANNUAL Inspection and Drill of Knights ol St John Attracted lllg Crowd St ininrtins Coiiiinnmlery l ul Up Star Drill amid Won Plaudits New Albany Knights Took Part and Music Creditable Showing KENTUCKY GRAND COMMANDERY The six Louisville Comiuanderics of the Knights of St John held their annual inspection and drill Phoenix Mill Park Monday night 1I11djj J St Edwards Commandery of New Alimony turned out in full numbers to help along the good work Great filial feeling exists between the various commandcries in the Pails posslblothebrethren by word and deed in Now Mbany and Jeffersonville and the leffersonville and New Albany Com spacioushallchilly illuminated for time occasion nod the wives sisters and sweet hearts of the Knights turned out in great numbers A dance followed the drills TJie Knights of the several com nanderies assembled about 8 tiblurt with Col Henry Felhoclter as the Inspecting officer The regimental Irlll came first and was followed by nspeetloii which in turn was fol owed by eommaidery drills by St Cdwnrds Commandery of New Al- T bany and St Martins Comammlcry or Louisville Major Julius Miller and Capt Louis J Husson led St Edwards Knights upon the floor and put them through the evolutions and drills Their work was excellent amid evoked constant applause Next came StgMartins COlll1 II a lid el with Capt rank Brenckmann nt its head His men were in perfect forum and rev jmnded to every command in the manner of a machine doing the work or its minister No flaw was visible anywhere It was pronounced the star drill of the evening to thQ great grlltiClcq1u11df Capt BftsneUmaim amid his men Col Felhoclter anti other senior officers complimented St Martins on thesuperior excellence of the work At the conclusion of the drills 01JJ elhoelter complimented the Knights I on the enilngs work nnd said that every commandery had made markeil improvement since the last annualI inspection He bade them attend Irllls promptly because that was limo I inly way to attain proficiency I When the ceremonials of the even l Ing were concluded the orchestra took the stage the Knights were re I lieved from duty and joined their ladies fair in a dance that continued until nearly midnight On time whole itt was one of the greatest and most enjoyable affairs of the kind ever glen by the local Knights of St John I There was some talk recently of the Louisville eommandorlcs consolidating with the Grand Commnndcry of Indiana but this idea has linen abandoned if it was over seriously considered It has been definitely decided by the Louisville Knights to effect a consolidation with the eon nanderies at Coviivgton and Newport thus giving one of the greatest ori the Grand commnnllerlc of the order to this State The Knights of St John Is a fraternal insurance and social orgnni sation of Catholics It has cum inanderies in many large and small cities and Grand Comrnanderles in nearly every State The Knights visit the sick bury the dead extend time helping hand to brothers in distress nnd at times of church cere monials help to keep alive the martial spirit of the church militant GROWING PAST Knights of Columbus State Council Had Good Reports The Kentucky State Council of the Knights of Columbus held the most successful meeting Inlts history at wensboro on Tuesday About fifty delegates were In attendance and time visitors were royally entertained by the Owensboro Knights Many of time visitors arrived Monday night They were met at the train and es corted to the new home of the Knights of Columbusl where a smoker was in Tuesday morning time visiting and loca- linigbtattended solemn high mass nt St Pauls church Tim pastor the lies Edward S Fltzgeraldl preached a magnificent sermon on Catholic knighthood The business session begin at 10 9clock and matters were put through us speedily as possible The most Important feature was time election of State officers and nil time former officers were reelected with time exception ot the State Treasurer That place went to James S Hodman of Owonsboro an a compliment to their hosts The other offlcersiire John T Donovan Paducnli State Deputy George A iBurkley Louisville State Secretary Frank P ODonnell Mays vllle Stnte Advocate D Cllobll lon Covjngton State Warden Bev Thomas 4A Hayes Bowling Grqcn State Chaplain J T Donovan Paducah and R A Wtoni Xoule+ R 0 s ville delegates to the national eon volition Ja Vega Clements Owens alternates boro nnd J C Rogers Lexington orderInand numerically The rolls showed pasttwelve1 wits decided to hold the State Council nt Lexington next year IJIG JUT Cecllian Choral Club Wins Success in Operatic Performance The Ceclllnn Choral Club pave two excellent performances of the tune ylacauleysTheater1 nights On both occasions the thea ter was filled und many expressed regret that there was not to be on productiona financial success anti shows what Catholic young people can do whei they put their minus and hearts in the work The hundreds who witnessed the performances of ElI Cupltun who laughed at the fun anti drank In time music never drcauicd of the mouths ofhnrd work that was behind it nil Great credit belongs to Prof Leo Schmitt the able young musician who gore so notch of his time anti ex perience to bringing out the latent musical talent in cost anti chorus Ills was the artistic work Rut art ran not live on love of art nod so It became necessary to see that art progressivewas made business manager of Jhe claim How well he1 did Ills work was shown by the attendance at the tWtl receiptsMrdepartment as was Prof Schmitt in his department hilt those two errmainly dpscrve a voto of thanks from the otter members of the CrcIlan- ChornlClulr It would be ridiculous to tell the goad points in the performances of Kl Capitan Theywere all good The chorus work was especially flue n the east John J Flynn David Maloney Tello Webb William jnonlc John If Bichard oral Philip linger carried the male parts excellently well For time ladies Misses llnrlo Costlgan Louise Forst and prlnldJllI11101IOr iven Miss Gertrude Simpson for her dmlrable work at time piano VOHTJl KEJIEMIJERING Are These Explanations of Significant Catholic Inscriptions Every now and then one will hear people ash What is the significance n the Catholic church of the Otters I II S mill I N Jt IIV Even Catholics mire frequently unable to answer the question f 11 S stands for time Latin ihrase Jesus Homnium Salvator In Englishl slesus Saviour of Man find f N It 1 stunts for Jesus Naxarenus Rex Judaeorum nr In English Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews In the old Lit tin J was not in time alphabet anti until the sixteenth century the letter I represented both the vowel sound of I and the consonant sound now rep resented bt On account of the antiquity of these historic phrases the I is still used The second one Is the Inscription which Pilate ordered tq he placed on the cross when Christ our Itedeemer was nailed thereto It was written in ramaic Greek and Latin The church uses it in the Latin form St John gives the full inscription as the church has it the other evan gelists give only time substance of it ASCENSION WAY Is Holy Day of Obligation and CommemoratesGreat Next Thursday will be Ascension lay a holy day 01 obligation and nil Catholics will be bound to hear mass under pain of mortal slur Where there are as ninny churches as in Louisville it should be an easy matter for every Catholic to hear mass on that day Time feast com memorates the ascension of our Saviour into heaven forty days after his resurrection This feast hurl been kept from time immemorial in St Augustines lay and he attributed its institution Iuthe apostles A sermon of St Shrysostom preached on Ascensions lay has been handed dun through the centuries The Paschal candle which wnri lighted on Holy Satur lay and on Sundays until Ascension day is extinguished on that day to symbolize Cnrlsts departure from his apostles Ascension day leaves the apostles in sorrow but not without hope for lie promised them that alter ten lays the paraclete should conic upon them Ascension day Is therefore n forerunner of the great feast of Pentecost YOUlNO MATRONS DEATH Mrs Prank Kellncr died at her homo 007 Caldwell street Saturday afternoon nUll her funeral took churchCVednesdny ered from typhoid fever for two weeks The deceased was only tvtnt twp years old DUll is survived hy her hmjband Frank Kellner an Infant soul nUll her parents Mr and Mrs John Sehulejv A large concourse of her lrfeflgs attended time obsequies As 4rJSl FriedaSel1111c- lsh was quite it opular in noclety circles and her Intlroely death Iin a shock to hef famii5sand friend 4 I PILGRIMS f G Prom Mummy of Our Large Cities Are About to Go to fq IComc Jubilee ot American College Is Attracting Crowds of Ecclesiasticshz Something About Early History ot the Famous Sent ot Learning j SAVED BY PRESIDENT ARTHUR The American College at tome will celebrate its fiftieth aunt ersary or golden jubilee on June H- iIt will be observed in a manner to rival any former function of the kind ever held III home and will gather within the historic willis of tlmq old college the most brainy churchmen or both continents The American College has In recent years become flO conspicuous an educational factor In the ecclesiastical life of Rome that it inns been the recipient of marked recognition from the Holy cowlugjuhileeence of no loss nn Important dig litary than Pope Pius N himself wino has always manifested a keentinterest in the American students in tome Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of state has per sonally assisted Monsignor Thomas p Kennedy in completing arrange nenjs for time entertainment of time visiting alumni It is estimated that at least 200 clergymen will leave New York for Borne on the steamer Carpathian next Thursday The American College is out of the most imposing nnd historic ecclesiastical properties in the Eternal City It wn founded in 189 by Iopo Plus IX for the pursuit of higher eclesiaHical studies by the students of American seminaries anti has each succeeding year himf reaped in promlnvnce by time mlmher and culture of Its alumni It is main ained entirely by the Bishops of time Tnited States who yearly send hither from their diocesan semin aries those who immure attained the lighest distinction In literature and scienceThe college Itself has an Interest big history It was built in 150S bv rances oBigniU OrsinJi a memlier of the famous fniiilfy of Ihat name liS n convent fmthe reception Qf ladies of noble limit impoverished fam lies and was known under time title or Santa Morin del Umlllta time mime by which the street wherein time building in situated isI still mown The convent continued to serve its original purpose until 1H22 when it was sold to the Pontifical1 Government and handed over to the Sisters of the Visitation It was here that the Italy Father Pius IV 11sonaluthoritntive recognition upon time hernia sanctity of Blessed Margaret ifary whoso cnnonlxatlon is now in progress In 1 IMS the Visitation Sisters left the building and during the French iceurmtion it was used as a lodging by the French officers Finnlv IIn 1850 at the suggestion of Cardinal JedlnJ Pins IX decided to convert Itt into a seminary for American Indents and the property was purchased by the Propaganda for ihs purpose Time new college was at first placed- In charge of Dr Bernard Smith O Si B but the first regularly appointed factor wits Itev W G MeCloskey afterward Bishop of Louisville The latter was succeeded bv Right lieu rnncis S Cnatard D D and Monsignor Louis 15 illoslot llev liigustin J Schulte who is at pres ont n member of the faculty of Et Charles Seminary Overbrook was the first Philadelphian to be given charge of the American College During his term of office the institution first began to take its place among the leading colleges in Itomol and became nn object of internl lonal interest because of the coil iBvjiiiiuu ui church property by liltiV Italian Government nnd tho cnergeth action of our Government in preen ng the interference fthe Pled nontese administration in the affairs of the college Father Schulte cabled the sltuatlov to the late Cardinal McCloskey Archbishop of New York who w turn communicated with resident Arthur of the United States Ireui dent Arthur instructed M11 Astor who was then the American Minister to Italy to undertake negotiations In the matter and within a few days the Italian Government decided that the property college was strictly American UfO HITMUSICIAN GOES HOME Time Bey Father Leo Mnnetti formerly choirmaster in Homo for lope Plus x and who cane to America to give instructions in Gregorian music as time Holy Father would have It has returned to tome Ho Spent several months in Chicago assisting time Rev Father Finn C P in train- Ing the male choir ot tit Paulist fathers church To him In a largo measure wnsdue the artistic success or tllo recent concerts in Chicago antii in other cities visited by the choir SOJOUIINING IN tom Advices front tome say that Mon 4 Igiior County hlislmopof Los Angeles Cal wild his brother time Rer Bernard Conaty arrived in ihe Eternal City on Tuesday Fathei l County illece dell liis brother Inn rector at W orcestervMasSij whea tlut A I theI1 f j n t I KENTUOKY IRISH A1tIERICA KENTUCKY IRISH flMERICflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advanceraemcnt ol Irish Americans aid Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens i Institute and Catholic Knights of America p KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers a SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered tt the Loul vllle Poitoftlce a SCCond Class litter Addresi all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei StI UNION 1 TRADES UieEt COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 15 1909 AGK XO IIAItlllKH Cardinal Gibbons lius written recently thoughtful articles fur the North American the Dublin Jlovlew the Century nnd the Catholic World He will Ije seventyfivo years old on July 23 All of his writings bear the- N stampof thought and excellence Moreover they disparage the idea of the Maryland scientist who would Mil every man who attained the ego of forty t STKIKKS XEAU THE HOOT The danger that our country isi approaching is noticed by many nonCatholics Gov Curtis Guild of Massachusetts in addressing the first congress of the National Federation of Religious Liberals a feV days ago called attention to this GO Guild is not a Catholic neither were hh auditors Catholics but he told then some truths that the Catholic church has been teaching for twenty centuries Ho told them The dangers that threaten a free popular government come not from this religion or that religion tout from irrellglon Atlic ism and anarchy are sisters Strip from man the sense of his responsibility to God and you dissolve by the same act his sense of responsibility to man No republic of atheists has ever endured We are not likely to see in our time a universal religion nor a universal language but worlds congress after worlds congress for the promotion of the worlds industry the worlds comfort the worlds health tIle II worlds peace are bringing in their train at least the quickening sense that in a reverent and universal acquieaence in the fatherhood of God is included the ever increasing recrtg nition of the brotherhood of man Tho American public school system has made such a talk possible 0COtXCIUMAX FOUSTS STAXI Councilman Isidore Tort quickly iuitl t properly turned down the proposition to enter uponany star chamber sessions witha Council manic committee Mr Forst has been a lifelong Itepubllcan He was one of the founders of the famous Garfield Club anti of the Louisville branch of tIm League of Young fens Republican Clubs Ho remained with both organlaztions until they perished of acute A P Aitis He mourned their departure from the path of freedom to the paths of fanaticism Still he remained a Republican and as such was elected Councilman in 1007 and was soon after chosen President of the board ujr his colleagues From the outset he had to fight graft nnd grafters This caused his deposition but ho had learned n number of things He wanted the people to know what was what and who was who but he wanted it done in an official way To that end ho usked for a public investigation of J mho the grafters were An attempts node to silence him altogether itt IIP refused to keep still Finally Tjrtsidrnt Buyer named a committee ta investigate the charges but did not do Councilman Forst the courtesy of putting him on the com mittee Last Monday was the dato V set for the examination of witnesses Irlrst learned that it was to be n secret or star chamber session Ho was not to be allowed counsel the pt bile was not to be admitted and uj reporters were desired It was kJen1 that he balked As a con Kqttonce the committee met and Journed untlj next Monday It is irrtly possible that there will be ly investigation at all Certain alleged scientists have agreed to send signals to Mars If some kindly disposed philanthropist will put up 10000000 Can any of them guarantee that the signal will mho answered If any philanthropist with 10000000 wantto signal somebody and get an answer let him Igpal the Kentucky Irish American The Louisville Evening Post says the police abandoned tho siege of Jjarney Flynns place Did tho Post commend the saloon as an orderly policeluWnl sign of disorder there Not on your t life 1J f Olie Catholic Citizen of Rochester gives our people timely advice in tho following manner Thinking people ijjf nil creeds are vatchlng what Catholicst arc doingand are nqt llacking in appreciation when litCatholicity manifests lt elf in crik anti social Betterment The had a recent editorlalj rtonHenildfound tbtqI aitotlon of q the work of the American Federation of Catholic Societies The Federated Roman Catholic lay societies siuc they were brought together have proved ft powerful agency fo stopping certain forms of vice and corruption that politicians dare not continue to pander to when given the alternative of facing tile organized layvote of the Catholic church Our people showed splendid ap preciation of the efforts of th Cecllian Choral Club this week which Is a sure Indication that they like wholesome fun and good music This shows that Macklns Choral Club will have crowded houses at each of Its performances next week Protestant divines seem to have taken the prohibition doctrine for a text recently and cold water sermon- are spouted out in such streams as Indicate a deluge While they are doing tlifs they are letting other politics alone As a side issue the are also letting the gospel alone Putting croton oil and Ipecac In the punch ata college ball is the latest stunt pulled off at tho Kentucky State University It is to be hope for the honor of the State that those accused are not guilty Affairs oft this kind do not happen at Catholic colleges or universities PIUESTS PROMISE Prevents Prison Bars From Closing On Desperate Man Because the Rev Father James K Fielding declined to prosecute Henry Vazy who attempted to assassinate him several months ago the young man was dismissed from custody in tnicago last Monday1 Father Field ing caught Vazy in uiv attempt to rob the alms box Yazy fired several1 shots at the priest before he was disarmed and arrested- In the criminal court Father Fielding said This young man was robberyevilpassage back tor England Where Ills family lives as tney have assured me they will try to reform hint Tho court accordingly ordered the young mans dismissal FAMILY REUNION Mr and Mrs Jacob Herd gave a little dinner and family reunion last Sunday in honor of the r daughter Miss Elsie Herd who on that morn ing received her first holy com mUllion and in the afternoon re celred the sacrament of confirmation at St Boniface church The social celebration wilts held at the new Herd residence 1037 Barret avenue Mis Elsie was the nineteenth member of the family to receive both sacramen- tatSt Boniface church and among tho many present none wore more delighted than Mrs Elizabeth Sand grandmother of the first couimunt cant Among the uncles aunts and cousins present wore Mr and Mrs William Olliges Mr and Mrs Ben J Sand Mrs Lizzie Miners Henry Lltchtefohl and sons Mr and Mrs William Sun Mr and Mrs Nicholas MaybrickRay and Henry Trost and son The refreshments were elaborate and the afternoon and evening were spent in mirth and music SAME OLD STORY Despite what Catholic prelates say regarding the health of Pope Plus X the correspondents of time American n tonwhen there is no other news afloat in tome The correspopdent of the tew York Times says The health of the Pope Is giving his entourage some anxiety but this would not have been known by the outside worm lied he not hold the late beati fication at which all the world could see that he was looking ill There Iis nothing the doctors can lay their hands uponjust a general and grad cal weakness shown in his disinclination to exercise and a less keen interest in his work It is hop ll that this will pass with tho extra nlthoughimer which would be exceedingly bad if his present condition holds ABLE LECTURER DEAD Great regret was occasioned here Monday when press dispatches an Fnther1Il1wrenceJ after an Illnerfs of several weeks Father Vaughan had a national reputation as a platform orator and I was in demand at Chautauqua assemblies all over tho country Last fell lie retired from the Jcdturc field and resumed the duties of an humblo parish priest at Janosvillc TVls t SIR KNIGHT GLEASON Thomas T Gleason District Deputy ot the Kalgtots of Columbus at Coy ngton spelt a few hours in Louis vllle Monday en route to the State JouncU at Owensboro and met a1J1 number of pkl frleids during hit t brief stay here ll j 4 e YI SOCIETY J i Judge Joseph Pry or is recuperating at French Lick Springs Mr and Mrs Alex J ScliuMn spent the weekend at French Lick Springs Miss Clara Dougherty of Jefferson vllle has returned from a visit toI Lexington y Mr and Mrs Joseph Zoeller Of bt Matthews have gone to Grtqywlck to visit friends Mrs P B Riley of Zonetown Iis entertaining Mr and Mrs Charle- they of Memphis Sir and Mrs John McCloskoy off fromeMontana next week r1r and Mrs Owen McCann v Clifton arc expected to return from Boston and Xew York today Miss Adelaide E Kelly has had a her guests Misses Marguerite an Louise Medley of Springfield L1rslf C Dugan and daughters arevisiting relatives in Oakdalo Mr and Mrs Al Kolb and children have removed to their handsom- new residence in the Highlands iMr and Mrs W T Kelly of Ness Albany spent several days this week as the guests of friends at Rockport Ind AsPero will be united in marriage at St Josephs church on Wednesday May 20 liighy spending a fortnight with her grandparents and theI Misses Bauer of the East End JoseptlSchmItt StdMay 25 dayins c annual convention of the State Grocers Association of which he isI Secretary Highlandst week from Birmingham Ala vvhor- she was the guest of her sister Mrs It II Somes Mrs Frank B Burke has returned spending the guest of her sisters Misses Amy and Jean McCann Mrs Margaret McXamara of Coy ington and Mrs J T Kcmper of Cincinnati have returned home after 1a pleasant visit to Mrs Louie Mc Cloy and Miss Margaret Conroy of Clifton formerlyMissWednesday and have begun house nroodw3JhoyPeters church last Saturday Miss Lillian L Dehler daughter o Col and Mrs Charles P Dehler and Miss JElizabeth Yogt laughter of th ChevyChaseC Sunday night and are guests at a house party there this week Both young ladies are general favorites a Chevy Chase and graduated from that Institution with high honors Mr3 John if Chester was given a surprise by lien euchre club last Sat erse served in abundance and tho cutsglass Among those present were Mesdairtts Smith Merritt Kern and Wallace and Misses Minifie Murray JoSte Tvclly Mamie and Julia Holleran Anna Fellows Rosa Shea Maggie Julia Anna and Mary Ford lucre Fellows and Emma Krauth Vocal and instrumental music were rendered by Misses Catherine Fen lows Anna and Agnes Ford and Miss Abbie Chester GRANDFATHER KINNARNEY Jimmy Kinnarney former Captain of police Is In an exceedingly happ- frame of mind He is a grandpa now The newcomer Js the child of Mr and Mrs John Kinnarney and arrived Wednesday night- SUMMED SCHOOL GUESTS Cardinal Gibbons President Taft SpeakerCnnnolibe guest ty I1t Cliff IInen NY UUi ing the first week In July They will also attend the tercentenary celebra tion in honor of the discovery ot Lake Champlain AT ST PHILIP NERIS A class of ten boys ten girls and one adult will receive their first com munion at St Philip Neris church tomorrow mprnlng Tho pastor Rev O P Ackerman will celebrate tho solemn high mass and will be assist ed by Rev Father Bachmann and two of tho Franciscan Fathers from St Bonifaces convent JHG STORES SALE The Big Store today inauguarated its great alteration sale and the clerks expect to be rushed from early morning until late at night Rare bargains are being offered in every department The sale Is rendered imperatively necessary to make room for several additional departments Visit the Dig Store before the bar gains are all gone- CANDIDATE I FOR JUDGE Col John J Dorian has decided to make the race for the Republican nomination for Judgo ot the Police Court of Paducah His friends In the J Republican party have assured him 1 that he will win the nomination and as he it populate with the Democrats also it ii believed his election will foljpw Attar election day his ac militaryqul ltite and mahttq him as Judge Dorian r 0- n y 1 I SPRING IN THE BLOOD If when spring is In the blood Tis of Irish blood Im speakln All the peace o bachelorhood Glad yed be to be forsakin For the hope o joy that lies In eyesWishfulparadise1 1AIf when spring is In the blood Grosser appetites awaken An ye feel a thirst that could Maybe bear a little filakin If to clear your throat o dust justShureTake your tipple if ye must An Wisdom guide yen bloodsWeary on your toil yere wlshlu You could wander through the wood Where the other lads are fishin If such sport as yo could know Where the Irish rivers flow Waters hero can lend ye gofAn Luck attend yel If when spring is in the blood Playboy pranks nor eyes o woman theydshould Faith your somethin less than human1 l What ye needs another birth Though indeed twould not be worth All the trouble to remake ye eartheThe Dlvll take yen T A Daly KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where A new council has been cstabllshei at Liudington lIch Jlenncpin Council of Minneapolis now owns its own home At Xatlck Mass the council has purchased its own home WnshIngtonhnsA flourishing council has been or- ganIzed at Coeur d AIeue City Idaho The various councils in Cincinnati will hold a joint iniKation on June 0 Three new councils have been organized in Iowa during the present year The Lecturers of the forty council in Cook county Illinois have formed organizationeSan Francisco Council is arranging for u grand pilgrimage to the Yose mite valley from June 0 to 15 Indianapolis Council has paid1 10000 for a site and proposes to erect n home at a cost of 10000 Boston Brooklyn Pittsburg Kan sas City Washington New Haven Conn and Louisville will exemplify the fourth degree this month At St Cloud lInn the Knights have agreed to contribute 000 of the 500000 endowment fund to the Catholic University at Washington- St Louis Knights and their ladies presented tho Item Father Ryan with a costly set of vestments on the oc anion of his transfer to Monroo City tIn order to raiseKthe endowment fund of 500000 lifo1 the Catholic University at Washington the indi tofcontribute 250 each In annual in 1eThe Chicago Chapter conducted two concerts in the Lake City last Sunday and the net proceeds amounted to 12000 The money will PaultSociety and other worthy charities Checks for 2700 each have been forwarded to the five beneficiary in stitutions of the St Louis carnival The beneficiaries are the Little Sis tern of the Poor Father Dempseys ofsProvidence Mount St Rose Hospital and SL Josephs Drat Mute Hospital On the morning pf tho institution of the council at liavana the Bishop celebrated the mass When he turned to administer holy communion he was so impressed With the presence of so many men at the sanctuary railing that II U BIJwJW for fifteen minutes in praise of their demonstration of practical Catholicity BRINGS BRIDE IOmI citrIwereyunited marriage at Xavlers church Chicago Ky last Tuesday morning After a wedding breakfast at the honie of the brides parentSrMr and Mrs Corcoran start ed on their honeymoon trip They expect to begin housekeeping In Louisville next week Tho bride Is the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Plus Ballard of Chicag and Mr Corcoran Is a member of an old and respected Louisville family i UKLMOXT CLUB EXCURSION The Delmqpt ClutJ will give the second Of its present series of excursions on the handsome four deck steamer Princess tomorrow tae boat will leave the foot of Fourth street at 2 oclock and will run to Madlsri Ind An ex cellent orchestra will furnish music en route to Madison and return The final excursion of the series will be run one week from tomorrow DR WELSH MAXAGEH Dr Thomas J Welsh has assumed the management of tho Louisville Dental Parlors 428 Fourth avenue His establishment offers extraordinary bargains for the next thirty days in the lines of dental surgery Dr Welsh is a native of Loplsvllle and has been engaged in tho practice of his profession here for several years His thorough knowledge of dental surgery commends him to all famllar with his work INDIANA KNJGHTS The Indiana State Council of the Knights of Columbus held its annual meeting at Terre Haute on Wednes day Every council in the State was represented and the reports showed flourishingJamesKlUhftm represented Jeffersonvllle Hatthe convention I aa f Great SpecialIn Mens Suits Att 15 For a Few Days Att LEVYS SHOESOur purchases in Spring and veryheavystyles are pleasing to the eye cad comfortable to the feet We have nothing but the best to offer our customers Our Shoes for men are by far the best ever placed before the buying public of Louisville In Ladles Low Shoes and Street Ties we show an exceptionally strong line in suede tan and black and all newest creations in Misses and Childrens Slippers and Shoes VOLZ MICHAEL 336 W MARKET STREET LfiRGE RUGS I I You can save time by com ing direct to us for your large size Rugs as we show every size manufactured Try i- tHUDDU6D Bros 522 524 W MARKET STREET CK8tK6CKKK9tK8KtK8SC8CKKK8tKKK8S3 FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST flAGICp1 W LOSS 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 samplebottleCarpetCleanerCleanerSUPERIOR S FILTER I WIT tO 418 S Third St Louisville Ky CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1030 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed j Bl VIKIandSbapescanbefound able prices JJ o J STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years YrynMsrOItE IBASEMENT BARGAINS In the Housefurnishing Department Special1 Sale of Governor RefrigeratorsM- ade of best quality brown ash golden oak finish with removable ice tanks and connecting flues lined inside with heavy bright galvanized steel perfect sanitation guaranteed selfclosing provision chamber doors No 1404 inches high 20 inches deep 254 inches wide pounds ice 65 regularly 1425Special 41150 No 242 inches high 21 inches deep 281 inches wide pounds ice 75c regularly 1625Special1298-i No 3 45J4 inches high 2114 inches deep 3VA inches wide pounds ice 100 regularly 2000Special 1600 No 44712 inches high 22 inches deep 3412 inches wide pounds ice 125 regularly 2450Special 1920 No 54912 inches high 23 12 inches deep 36 inches wide pounds ice 150 regularly 2850Special 2275 GARDEN HOSE 50 feet best 5ply Garden Hose complete on hardwood bent hose reel with combina tion spray nozzle regularly 625Special 525 LAWN MOWERS The famous Dewey 4blade cutter every mower warranted choice of sizes 12 14 16 18inchEach 398 CARPET SWEEPERSBissells Standard Sweeper regularly 250 eachSpecial 189 STEWART COIncorporited 1M CONNECTION WITH JAUbS McbKEEBY iCUe MEW YOflK MACKIN COUNCIL CHORAL CLUB PRESENTS BACK TO TOWNA MUSICAL CHATTER MACAU LEYS THEATRE Wed Thurs and Friday Nights May 192021 Saturday Matinee May 22 POSITIVELY NO REPETITION Louisvilles AllStar Cast A Real Beauty Chorus Direction Air Atilyn E Kanston Music Director Carl Zany PRICES 25c SOc 75Ci1SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE- MONDAY MAY 17 DELMONT CLUB EXCURSIONS Tickets 50c To MADISON and Return SUNDAYS MAY 91623 Boat Leaves at 2 p m Returning at 9 p m 11 1 Do HOPKINS 110c Where the Crowds Go VAUDEVILLEAND Moving Pictures CONTINUOUS 1 to5 7 toll pm n UNDER ONEf MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth st Princess Theater 348 West I Jefferson Street Columbia Theater FourthI7Ave Dreamland Theater dFtWe cater especially to Ladies and Children Gilds ft- J3001 Rogers GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a tall and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Nfcs Magazines aaU Reifchw Artlcfes or XVJUIT nsBwtiPrrotr I 434 West Jefferson StreetIf e Children 25c I PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR I Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150ii ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where boatarrivinghome ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts Nigh Class Vaudeville Denting and Popular FeltureTFRB GATIFa- i s F KENTUOKY IRISH AlIIERICAN 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFlFrU lUAGtSrERlAL r ISSTlIOr Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1000 OVEAJBEK ELECTION 1000 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTS CLERKSub- ject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second and Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE I JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic PartyI 4ff+ + + 4 + H t t t t t D J DOUGHERTY SI McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answirid Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MAJRKET STREET ttH 4HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 1 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERStt S3S East ltIain treet J NNNOONONONINOON ONNINNONNONNNNON 2 STRAUBsf iiBOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I CIrIt Furnished xen on 1531 W MARKET STREET iN0INNONN000NONONN NONOONOOONOONOOONON Oran W Smiths Son i J i AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NotlccC 809 W JEFFERSON STREETo TELEPHONE 810 j THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nlghtCarrleges n 1226 W MARKET ST eire your hops an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky C3ataeientiecl SwImmingPo1wellRgWppdt3ysr Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNeS SMITH LADY BI1BALMBRI 1 Washing and Dressing Ladies andC Children a SpecialtyI nOME PHONE 1O77 Ij j INRUJPOlVRY A I JI P U L S I i DYER AND CLEANERtt 1 Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2635 528 Fifth StreetC HENRY HUNOLD j 1 BBAIKR IN Staple and Fancy Groceriis 1 A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNEC- TIONIOld Whiskies a Specialty J we6OYVAlUTi k NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Spring Eighteen Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Mon= day May 3 and Ending Saturday May 22 FRANK FEHR STAKES TODAY SIX uIGIICLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P 31 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr It the Past WcekOener1fl- Jewa Notes Binghamtons members are hard at workon their building fund President John Lynch still holds Division 41n the first place with the JentuckyDlvlRlon tamed Division 1 of the same city with a smoker last Sunday afternoon Division 2 of Syracuse N Y is making great strides and at the last meeting four new members were in itiated Division 1 of Minneapolis went to holy communion in a body at the Concepion The divisions of Manchester have united for a great field day celebra arrangingdetailsA number of local Hibernians are arranging a visit to the Jeffersonville division in the near future They are assured of a hearty welcome Tuesday night Division 1 will be visited by a delegation from the County Board and therefore all members are urged to be present The order is flourisHing in Cov Jngton Both the division and aux iliary are holding interesting meet ings and frequent social sessions The Ladles Auxiliary at Dover N H is booming At the last meeting several were initiated and the ladies arc soliciting candidates for a large membershipThe is frequently asked When will the next general initiation take place Quito a largo number of candidates are awaiting tho confer ring of the degrees Division 1 of Manchester N II tendered a reception to the Ladies Auxiliary Following an excellent musical and literary programme all sat down to a nice luncheon ImportnntbusinessPresident Sullivan expects a large attendance as several candidates are to be received into the order Division 2 is making steady prop ress Con Ford Dan McKenna and Joe Lynch are on the watch tower and as a result applications are being received at every meeting TIle division at Lockport N Y held Its annual banquet last week guestsfromFormer Congressman William H Ryan was the principal speaker Hibernians throughout the city and State are much pleased over the decision of the County Board to hold the annual celebration at Phoenix Hill Park They say It will be n reminder of the good old days The Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night when the special committee will make its report on the new hall There is every probability that the auxiliary will soon move to more central and larger quarters WALSH HALL Will Be Latest Building in Unlversary of Notre Dame The cornerstone of Walsh Hall the new residence building for students at Notre JJuine University was laid on last Thursday in the presence of tho faculty and 1000 students the Iliglit Uov Herman Alenling IX ll liisbop Of Fort Wayne officiated at the blessing of the cornerstone The sermon was preached by the Very Hey JFather Joint Cavanagh C S C President of the university lie paida high tribute to the Jlev Father Thomas E Walsh C S C one of the former Presidents of the university and whoso name the new hall will bear Father Cavanugh said that the remarkable growth of the university and its wide influence have been due to the enthusiastic devotion and self sacrifiee of the founders of Notre Dame and their Wisdom In early choosing able executives to administer its affairs The new residence hall will provide accommodations for 125 students Walsh Hall will bo 230 feet in length and sixty feet in depth It will be built of pressed brick of light cream color Suites of rooms containing a stud a bed room and a bath will be provided for each student or pair of readlforIran will be tho fifth residence build Ing at the University of Notre Dame MOTION riOTURES There has been no falling off In the attendance at any of the theaters under the management of the Princess Amusement Company although tho regular theatrical season has practically closed in Louisville Electric fans make the Casino Princess and Columbia doubly attractive during tHe warm days Sew films are promised at every performance next week Unit there is no indication that anyof the three theaters will close during the summer months MAOKINS NEW DIREOTpUV- Afarkin Council Y SI L has just published n classified business di rectory which gives the names occupations addresses and telephone numbers of the various members It in replete with portraits of the officer and ornate BlYertlfltmepttfi The little booklet U fiandy for tbJo 4 Mens and Young Mens Sr8 and 2- 0SUITS 1195 These Suits just came in but should have been shipped before Easter By holding out against the factory we forced them to make big reductions on account of late shipment I IYou Get the Benefit Saturday and MondayII your choice 1195II MS Moses Go Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight liens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J KinselU Gen Supt OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For tbe Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE C42 FIFTH STREET frIAGie CARPETti Removes the dirt as if by magic without taking up the carpets and restores the rugsdruggetsMagicRenew S MR FILTER I SPtUlIY 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 Ttltpheni 1948 234 SIXTH STREET 3670TO CALIFORNIAMONON ROUTEColonist one way tickets at the above rate will be on sale daily from March 2d to April 30th at Louisville via the MO NON ROUTE to California North Pa pointsMonon Station10that Chicago with all TransContinental1 beyondInquiries will receive prompt atten HBACONpr veatpocke and no memUer of Mackin refleetagreatlake committee that arranged k it n Meeting 11 I I j IRELANDI Record of the Host Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of James McVeigh is much regretted at Letterl enny ofUleinAtliyThe Mctoughilumerchant personalestateA boy named Kiely who fell into the Suir at Wnterford was gallantly rescued by a young man named John OLearyAt Carlow Quarter Sessions there being no criminal business Judge Brereton Harry was presented with white gloves The Waterford shirt and collar fae tory which was closed down for some years has reopened mid a number of lands have already been em ployedThe new Catholic church at White head County Antrim has been opened It presents a striking ap pearance and wiu accommodate about COO persons The Dublin Board of Works has granted a site in the center of Stephens been Park for the Mangan bytheJames Smith Douglas has been ap pointed Petty Sessions Clerk at Dungiven The place was rendered vacant by the resignation of Thomas Mercer who held the position for forty years A laborer named John Sullivan who fell into the Feale at Abbeyfealo was in danger of drowning when Maurice Kenne swam to the rescue broughthimAfter a period of twelve years the fallymacodaCounty and the Sergeant and constables in charge have been distributed between Killeagh and Castlemartyr The dead body of an old age pen sioner named stark Cunnty was found at Drung five miles from Cavan Two gunshot wounds were on the body A man named Edward connectionMrs McArdle of Dundalk has pre seated to St Malafihys Dominican church of that city a beautiful new altar dedicated to the Sacred Heart The solemn ceremony of blessing it was performed by the Ilev A J Mc Ardle S J of Dublin before a large congregation At Gort Quarter Sessions before Judge Anderson Lord Clanricarde obtained decrees against ten tenants for nonpayment of rent The amount of the decrees was nearly 3500 Sir Henry Burke also obtained decrees against a number of his tenants for nonpayment of rent Exciting scenes were witnessed near New IJoss when the JJiverI Barrow overflowed Its banks and bursting over the walls inundated the town of Itosbercon and all the lowlying lands The water flowed into several of the houses and boats and cars hind to be requisitioned to take the jpeople crossing from Now Itoss over the bridge FAME AT LAST Good Fortune Knocks at Door of Talented Sculptor poorbutsculptor had n studio in MacDougall allay New York City He was known to few and many scorned his early work After thirteen years of hard work he has awakened to find him self famous An exhibition of his works in the Galerie llebrand Paris was inaugurated by tho French Under Secretary of Fine Arts and the French Government has pur chased a bronze model of the dtfor of St Bartholomew church in Jiew York A replica of OConnors statue of Commodore Barry has been pur chased for the Luxembourg Museum These official recognitions of Mr OConnors ability have been supple unprecedenteenthusiasm and public The critics praise tho calm splendor of his work and Im peccable execution Mr OConnor Is more surprised than anyone at his sudden leap into fame FONTAINE FEItllY PARK The bright days this week at tracted good crowds to Fontaine Ferry Park although the rain of Sunday and the wintry weather of Monday kept thousands away The open air concerts delight those who do not care for the other attractions Next week there will be an entire chango of bill In the vaudeville per formance and the music will be bet tor than ever As the season ad vances the crowds in attendance increase MOORES IJIIITJIDAY I St Patricks Societyof Now York City is arranging to celebrate on an extensive scale the bjrthday of the poet Tom Moore May 28 The pro grammo Includes special exercises beside tho statue of Moore at the flower garden in Prospect Park In thecenl11gofth fame day a dinner will be given at the Academy ofIMusic f FRANK FEHR JBREWING CO 1 Brewers and BottlersiLOUISVILLE ICY- iOUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it 1 elephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN r BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED y LOUlSVlLLE KY fa ICumb phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANN t BREWING COMPANYSr Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at till leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky fc AS FOR o4 FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOUR PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST IS JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BE ERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY I B S U HHAND GET CKY Manufactured THE WALL PLASTER GENUINE PLASTER by the DIAMOND GO Incorx ratcd Brook and River Phono 3267 LoiilsVIIIe Ky Also Operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jetfcrsonvllle Ind Phone 855 t N f f FINE WI- NESICHAMPAGNEL ALL KOKB345 West Green StreetIJQUOKS CIGARS J- 1Ut f U nl ItH t6 h It tul 4fiwwwrw wunw JI tlmtf tl IISaveII III- II II t II1Itt 1mtIsI 1m lit IS count here and all you put ff- me into It will bear INTEREST COMPOUNDED twice a year ft t mt Ky Title- Savings mt mm- II Bank WI and II Trust Co WWFifth and Court Place Open dally until lz tmSaturdays until 7 pm j BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses IieleotropafEtc Cemetery Vork a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 8772 S John M Ridg PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street WINES LIQUORS CigARS VALS SALOONVAT LEftTER PHar Hot Lunch 930to L 44gw QIR111Y II T r t KENTUCKY IRISH A1JERIOAN THE BIG STORES GREAT ALTERATION SALE15th Begins SATURDAY Greatest values ever offered in Clothing Hats and Furnishings41- 4lVnlMarketS6 r THE BIG STORE Foirth Between sad Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE cd 0100 N NOON N NOONOONN 0QIi MONUMENTS fi1 IInIi FIRSTZe iiCLASS MONUMENTS prices Call and examineiii iiifI i 7 N4 N + I4 0NNltOiNN MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when It Is ape f predated more than in the summer A r PIANOrt Will supply this music If there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to Insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEQRORiEHMj MUSIC CO Incorporated a seao FOURTH AVENUE Home 14 tti7 1 W r and AND Horses Called Both FORGE 713715 STREET t909 1909 r I the the LOVISIILLE n l PPARLORS We will next 30 days make out 1500 BLACK RU8BERPUTES lor 1000 1000 RED RUBBER PLATES for 500 Gold enlays Bridge work teeth without plates a Call and get our prices before going I ROHB pHOWJB Sfeil- OTHQS J p n fQ 374F NOW FOR SUMMER These lackklalsical days when you feel just tired brace up with a beautiful bracer Mulloys Coffees will turn the trick SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcellent MULLO Ye COFFEE ROASTER Phone 1313 W JVIARICIST i 12ICICt GQKfQ DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING For and Delivered Phones 2399 OFFICE AND SEVENTH November Election DR C G SCHOTT CANDIDATE F- ORCORONERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party DENTALl for the regular and Porcelain specialty elsewhere wELSI D1Mgr 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Ctndldile For Bailiff Police Court f Subject to the Acllia of the Democratic Party 1909 November Elicllon 1909 Squire JJohn M Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OFINSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Roth male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas unable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY KBtilNA n RCY HOSPITAL SJHirfcs AVCM ielfcrwivHJf lad j rr TALKED PICNIC Members of Division 3 Heard Interesting Talks Division 3 A U It held ltKrcgular meeting Thursday night of lust weck with resident Patrick T Sutlhan presiding The attendance was un usually large and two appliuntio were received Not one members waK reported on the sick list State Secretary Ylllium J Con- nell County Vice President J meph Lynch and County Treasurer D J- II Colenmn were present and made iin- teresting talks on the prospective picnic to be given at Phoenix Hilt Park on July 5 Every member was urged to advertise the fact umoi his friends rindl to do all in their power to make the affair a succcs During the evening a chapter of Irish history was read and quite a number of interesting talks were made by members of the divisio- nCONSECRATION Of New Prelate Will Take Place In City of Syracuse Tommorrow The Catholics of Syracuse Js y I will assemble in large numbers ut the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception tomorrow on the occu Kion of the elevation of the He Father John Grimes to thoI episcopacy lIe is to be the Coadjut llishoj to the night Rev nIshopt Patrick Ludden Archbishop Farle I of Xew York City will be the con- secrator and will be assisted 1h Bishops Thomas M A Burke of AI horny and Patrick A Ludden oft SyracuseBlsltolhelect0nines has laboredI long and earnestly for the people iofl Syracuse and every parish in the diocese will be represented at HIe consecration services tomorro lilshop Ludden is in very poor health and the bulk of the episcopal I duties will fall on Monsignor Grimes for some time to come FItANK FK1III STAKES The Frank Fehr stakes for three learolds and upward Is the feature oC r the card at Churchill Downs this3 afternoon This race hns been one ioCr the attractions of the New Iouisvll Jockey Club since 1895 U Is a sell- Ing sweepstakes the winner to 1be sold at auction Next week will close the season at Churchill Downs nnd1 the main events will he the GeatI mens cup on Tuesday the Louisville handicap on Thursday and the Kentucky Oaks next Saturday Thus far the sport has been excellent and the attendance fair considering he weatherCidaGYJIENrRANStI ltitL During the present week theIte Father George Connor who has been for several years assistant to the llev Father Fitzgerald at Owen boro was transferred to Padueal where he will become assistant to Ule new pastor the Rev Father Hear A Connolly The Rev Father A 1 Bishop who has beet for n alior time assistant at tit Frances deI Sales church Paducah was at the saute time transferred tb Lonisvlll ns assistant to lev Father Lonl Ohle nt St Martins KILLKI HV TUACTIOX CAIt Mr and Mrs William Welsh of 1514 Dank street have the greates sympathy of a large circle of friend over the loss of their little son Tunics The child was only thre years old mill was playing near hil ls home on Hank street last Sunday lit noon when he was runt over by a westbound car of the Louisville d Northern Indiana Traction Company The child was a lovable little fellov and Iis lentil is mourned by the entire neighborhood KSCOilT OK1IOXOU St Michaels Comma iidery Knight of St John led by Col Theodor Ioppe and Capt P J Breen will let as nn escort of honor at St peters church Seventeenth am southgatC streets tomorrow when II large class of children will make their firstt communion and receive Ihe sacrament of confirmation Tin members of this comnmndory alwnyt urn out to honor the tight Rev ishop and the children on such occasions MILITARY MASS A week from tomorrow the annual nilitary mass will be celebrated at he Brooklyn navy yard and besides the sailors and marines in full uni form the Twelfth Regiment of New ork State Guard Company II of the fourteenth Regiment the Irish Volunteers and the entire Sixtyninth- ill turn out to assist at the ageant Great crowds from New York and adjacent cities attend this illltary mass each year and this month the attendance promises to be irger than ever FELL OUTKAGKI The people of St Anne de Deaupre Canada are much exercised over the rospective opening of three new 1loving picture shows in that town Thc Itedemptorist Fathers went be foro the Legislature at Quebec and stored a protest but it was of no avan ENJOYING A REST Peter Sexton of the No 18 Engine mpany William Burke of the No 10 Engine Company and Thomas F annix of the Xo 20 Engine Corn my began to enjoy their annual t n lays vacation on Monday STOLE PECTORAL CROSS Richard Curtiss aseirrftftls under n rest at Syracuse ou the la rce of rrand larceny Uns yused of- hnvlng stolen a pcctorgJveHiis valued at 700 from JliahopTKntlden The- crOS has been recovered- CONFIRMATIQN CLASS The Right Rev Bishop KcGloikey firmed a class of thirtysix girls Ind twenty elght boys at st Berti i I SOCIETYS DIRECTORY A O e H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First und Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice PresidentMark llyan Recording Xhos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasure 1 Charles J Flnegan iSergeantatArtns Andrew Curran I Sentinel Louis Holler 21MeetsThird Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G llession DoughertySentlnelThomas SergeantatArmsPatrlcl Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Dertrand nail Sixth Street President John II Henncssy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Win P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wlnn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael cDermottI I SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILDE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at lfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole TreasurerBernard A Cot Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogartj and John Kennedy Y 3VT X rMACKlX COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice resldentTJlos DClines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman SecretaryWltllamP I AdamsTreasurerDaniel Financial SecretaryFrank G I W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott frffERs tln ToT1 e tins No Equal as a Nerve Tonic J Alton la March 14th 1903 I wai taken town with rheumatism about 1- years ago it made me helpless and a cripple I phiicalone b ttloof Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic I wl- eheorfnllr cud honestly say it has no equal as a Tonlo and leaves no bad reaction on the syetei and 1 would recommend it to all peoplMtME3Kl Ladyimlth Wis February 20th oo- slIfT daughter Nellie became very nerroni nd the doctors said Sb8 had Neuritis but theirI medicine did not help her so Mrs Kennedy of Unity WIs caltnj my attention to Pasto Koenlgs Nerve Tonic which had cured her little grand daughter of St Vltus dance I I procured 1 bottle which my daughter ued according to directions sad was all over her nerrousness before the whole bottle Will used THOMAS HATRS A Valuable Book on Nor FREEF Samplebottl8dents also get the medicine free Prepared by the Kir now of Fort ztheWayne lad since 18iOlInd by KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Drurclsts at it per Bottle 6 for tl5 LarK sIze 175 6 Bottles for SV face church last Sunday The ebB dren were all neatly attired and the edifice was crowded RECENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs Charles L Hajbach of 2109 liolUng avenue have the sym pathy of their man friends in their grief ifer the death of their infant Daughter Mary Louise The little one was onlym year old but she had wound herself around the heartstrings oT ITer patent The funeral of Joseph L Welsh who died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs James 11 Welsh Saturday morning took place from St Williams church Monday morning Time deceased was in his twentysec and year and was well liked in the community in which he lived Louts E Evcrhart one of the most popular young men in the West Knil died u Hiinn of lypuuiu fever at his home 1514 South Twentieth street on Wednesday morning The funeral took place ft m St Charles nor ronieVs clfurch yesterday morning unfttie throng of friends in attend cure showed in what esteem the de ceased was held His wire one child and several brothers and sister sur vive him The funeral of Patrick Flaherty who died at the family residence 2023 Payne street Sunday afternoon took place from St Francis of Rome church Tuesday morning Tlie deceased sips eightysix years old and had spent the greater part of his byhistwo daughters Anna and Marguerite anil two sons Michael Flaherty abridge Inspector and William Flaherty an L and N railroad con iluutor CHILDRENS HAPPl I AY I The children of St Marys parish New Albany ho made their first ommunion last Sunday will receive he Bacramene of confirmation at4 clbcn tom roW afternoon The sacrament v H be administered by lie Right Jfev Denis ODpnoghiie Luxllfary hop of Indianapolis MACKIN COUNCIL rHeld Business Meetlngan Chose New Recording Secretary CMackln Council held another wetl attended meeting Tuesday night bnt it was nil of u strictly bushes nature Robert T Osborn was tunas imously elected Recording Secretar to succeed fhomas Rachman who resigned and was immediately Installed All of the officers were I I present Vice President Thomas DI Clines made a very encouraging re j port on Hack to Town and state that the opening night had ueen designated V M L night Fear Kverslage and Edward Krokel wbo had been ill were reported con valescing Judge Patrick T Sullivan nnd Slierley Cuniff made interesting tall on What is Confirmation and Is It Necessary to Salvation Their remarks were listened to with alter tion and each speaker watl complimented ST MARYS PUPILS Gave Admirable Musical and Dramatic Perform once For Church The children of St Mary parochial school gave a musical Dnd dramatic entertainment in the school hall Eight street near Orayson last Sunday night The programme VaK replete with grand choruses of childish voices vocal and instrumental solos orchestral number comedies marches etc and showed the faithful training of the Sisters One number that elicited great aj plause was a duet for the piano and violin with Misses Mary and Minni llunold as the respective performer The Parliament of Servants a conjedy In two acts also mode a great hit The hall was filled with the parents and friends of the little ones and quite n nice sum was realized for the benefit of the church FANS AUK UNDISMAYED While the Louisville baseball team has not lived up to expectations on the present trip the fans are not dim mayed The Colonels despite their series of defeats have managed to hold second place This Is not bad when one considers that their nearest competitors the Hoosiers have met with as many disasters The weather has beth cool and not con ducive to good ball playing but the team is gradually finding Itself and it is hoped that the Colonels will re turn home In second place The new twirler Andy Coakley is expecte to materially strengthen tho pitching staff AIIIIOT OIJKECIIT HOME The Right Rev Edmund M Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemane ar rived In New York this week and iIs expected to return to lute abbey today after an absence of more than two months During his stay abroad Ah hot Obrecht visited the mother houseI of the Trappist order In Franco the Holy Land Constantinople and Rome The Superior General of the Trap lusts accompanied Father Obrecht to the United States and expects to visit each of the monasteries during hit stay here VAXTS LARGE AXXUAL FUND Quite a number of Louisville Cathy olics are in receipt of communica tens from the Bet Father E I5urkc of New York Director General ol The Catholic Hoard for Mission Work Among the Colored People Father Burke writes that ho expects tto raise 100000 annually to spread the truo faiths among the colored people of America and more particularly in the Southern States The Kentucky Irish American published a lengthy account of Fathom liurkcs alms and objects several months ago OIIDAIXKD TODAY The Rev Bernard Garmann was ordaIned priest at St Marys church Cow Albany at 730 oclock this Horning The Right Rev Bishop VDonoghue officiated and was assisted by many priests from Southern ndlana Father Garmann has just ompleted his studies at St Mein ads Seminary He expects to leaven a few days to begin his priestly titles in the diocese of Wichita Jans VETERAN EI11TOU ILL Edward Xeuhaus the veteran and enerable editor of the Glnitbensbotc ho has been seriously ill for several week II is improving and his many riends hope lie will soon be able to resume his editorial duties NEW IRISH GENERAL The general chapter of the Re eniptorist order consisting of fifty three priests including five Amen cans elected the Rev Father ntrlck Murray the former Irish ProvIncial General of the order AUTO FOR VILE POPE Advices from Turin Italy state tbat several wealthy Americans have irchased an automobile from a factory there The machine is to bo presented to Pope Plus X for use In- tho Vatican gardensII On account of III health the Right IIc V John N Starllm Hlshop of Lead SOItib Dakota since 1902 lies re IIlgl1cd He expects to find rest and cupernted health in his native land Austria SOLWIKHS AT VESPERS The Twelfth Regiment New York Slate Guard in full dress uniform altcmled the vesper service nt St tricks Cathedral last Sunday NEW NATIONALIST PAPER The Connacht Trlbuna a new Nationalist paper for time West of Ire- lalld bas made Its Initial bOwT J Kenny formerly with the Connacht Champion is the editor and Augus- tusii Fi OReilly 1lathe proprietor 1 pya8iCK8yti i I HomeiSOUTHERN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO LINCOLN BUILDING ED L WILLIAMS President Everything Guaranteed Nothing Estimated For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low 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