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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANSVULUbifi XXIINO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 22 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS fNJOYBlfI I II Was the Entertainment Afford edi at Formal Opening ol Home Knights of Columbus Show Lady Friends Through Building Literary Exercises and Dance Furnished Trinity of Attractions CLASS INITIATED LAST SUNDAY p Although the Knights of Columbus new home and hall at 81G Fourth street has been occupied for sometime the formal opening did not take I place until Tuesday night As a club notsuperiorCouncil now numbers 700 members and the Invitations to attend th opening were limited to the Knights nnd their lady friends Messrs P IL Callahan Chairman ot the Entertainment Committee Sam J Boldrlck Harry A Appling George B Carney and William E Holley his assistants were kept busy doing the honors during the evening The entire building was decorated for the occasion with flowers potted plants and palms which added materially to the beauty of the al ready ornate building The celebration began with a briefI literary and musical treat Th various speakers praised the work o tho House Committee and other com mlttees who had used such splendid endeavors to make the home and hull what It is At the conclusion of thes exercises the guests were escorted over the building The original building was erected many years ago by one of Louisvilles wealthiest men as- a bridal present for his son Xo money was spared in making It an old tlm Southern mansion The Interior wa especially fine The wood was of the finest and everything showed superior workmanship It was therefore com paratlvely easy for the Knights o Columbus to transform It into a mod ern club house when It was securer about a year ago Of course It had to be furnished that was a big item of expense Hardwood floors were laid throughout Elegant mahogany furniture has beet placed inovery roomintho house The new meeting hall Is C0x54 fee and is exquisitely furnished There are plenty of anterooms and com mittee rooms and a commodiou J organ loft J L Rietim one of th members presented the council wit one of the handsomest and mos nielodlQiis pipe organs In the South The lighting nnd ventilation is per fectAfter the visitors had been shows I over the buildings they were escortei to the third floor whore an appetlz ing luncheon was served Meanwhll the hall on the first floor had bee cleared and for an hour or more the Knights and their guests engaged In a merry dance Supreme Knight James F Hearne visited Louisville last week and com tobeautyIngs but business engagements pro vented his remaining for the forma openingLast Sunday a class of seventy re celved the three degrees and several hundred Knights from all over IenItacky and Indiana took part TheI first and second degrees were cxcm plifled by Louisville Council whll Grand Knight James C Rogers an his team from Lexington put on th third or major degree RAND BAZAll For Benefit of Cathedral WillI Attract Many Patrons From Monday until Saturday of next week n bazar for tho benefit of the Cathedral will bo held in St Francis huh in the basement of that church The wind storm of last month wrought considerable damage to the roof of the Cathedral and ren dered repairs Immediately iieceasury The Cathedral of the Assumption Is 1 fiftynine years old and the wear cf time has made other repairs Impera the To meet this expense thin pastor the Very Rev P MI J Rock called upon his parishioners to conic to his assistance The response was immediate and spontaneous The ladies did bettor this the men in the preliminaries but they arc nil ex pected to do their best next veer Every congregation in the city hits I been asked to assist in the gaod workThere will be the usual booths and other features attendant upon sub occasions Dinner will be served daily from noon until 2 oclock p m and supper from G until S oclock During each afternoon and evening there will be sales of novelties and necessaries auctions muster etc The main features after the din tiers and suppers which will be designed for business people and shoppers and others and are to be unique affairs of their kind will be a country store for the sale of gen crab merchandise and the sections mad bootns for the salo of candles Ice cream lemonade novelties and fancy goods Time event will be under the auspices of the members of tit Cathedral congregation assisted by their friends from other congrcga IiIpns the organization being made up- iif part ae follQw8 liner and supperCbairian Mrs Charles Smith assisted by Mcsdame Kuhn ninueller lloertz Gilchrist Sauter Taylor llusfcld Fennei Dent Joseph and Jlunncy and Misses Cross Rose Quinn Emily cahnar Mattie Whcriey and Kate CoMins Wheel booth Mesdnmes David Welsh Lawrence Gutto and John C Graves Country store fish pond candy store etc Chairnian Miss Lull Pontes assisted by members of the Holy Angels Sodality lee cream sectionChairman Mrs John J Tally assisted by an efficient corps Lemonade Chairman Miss Mary Keyer assisted by Misses Maggie Cnmmanc Adeline Kcycr and Frances Burns Beanbag and other games Misses Elsie and Annie Darns The following gentlemen among others will have prominent duties Mr Albert S Smith will serve as General Manager and Mr Henry Me Bride ns Secretary Treasurer There will be a gift committee composed of the Rev P M J Rock Albert S Smith L Gatto A Montcdonico George Kremcr and John Graves The wheel booth will bo under the charge of Messrs George Kremcr Tame Morgan A J Decker George Oraviss and John Welsh The tirmanagers will be Messrs A Monte donico L Gatto John Graves Toe McGinn nnd John Calmat Mr John J Tally will be the decorator and doorkeeper and have charge of the ticket sales anti there will be a booth committee composed of Messrs John T Tully George Graviss R Dough erty Charles Climes nnd F Whelan ABLE ANSWER Washington Pastor Gives the Views of Church On Protestants Time Question Box at the Sunday evening services In St Patricks church Washington D C is proving very popular and the attendance is increasing cacn week The Hex Father William T Russell D n pastor of St Patricks is called upon to answer many questions that show intelligent thought and a real desire to learn the truth Recently Father Russell was handed the following question How does the Cnthclie church regard Protestants Ills answer wits As children estranged from their mother lIe then referred the the case of Willie Whitla and said This boy taken expecting have been made to believe they had abandoned hint Laboring under such a false belief he might have grown up and for years cherished sentiments of resentment toward those who were longing for his return The Church of Christ yearns for time return of children whnjxxlflwhotjmore fault than Willie Whitla are separated anti estranged from the faith of their fathers She desires them to know her confident that if they Icnoxv her they will return to their true home VAST CKOWDS From Falls Cities and the Adjacent County at St Marys With all duo solemnity tho now Churchuf St Marys of the Knobs Oil u hilltop six miles north of New Albany was dedicated lust Sunday morning The Right Rex Denis JDonoghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis officiated and xvas assisted by many clergy from Southern IndianaI Several Itxiimandcries of the Knights of St John and the Uni form Rank of time Catholic Knights of America were in attendance and pave a military aspect to the pro cession iMoro than 100 vehicles were used In transporting visitors from Louisville New Albany and Jcffersonville to the site of the new church The Rev Father J If Hillebrand former pastor of St Marys but now rector of St Bonifaces church In Evans vllle and who began the work of raising funds for tho now edifice could not bo there The present pastor the Rev Father Joseph Scrmershelm was here there and everywhere to see that everything went smoothly The people of the parish furnished an old fashioned country dinner on the grounds The day was Ideal and nil wfio attended the dedicatory exercises will want to visit time pretty church soon again DEATH OF UEKXARD GEIIST The German Catholic community lost a splendid member In the death of Bernard J Gerst whose demise occurred nt the family residence 2204 West Jefferson street Inst Saturday morning Death resulted from cancer of the stomach The deceased was born In Germany sixty six years ago but came to Louisville when quite young For n number of years ho conducted a notion store on Main street Later he gave up tho business to become n traveling sales man and was quite successful Ills wife and five children survive him Time children are Bernard J and Edmund C Gorst Mrs M F Reiling Mrs Al Smith and Miss Ella Gerst The funerals took place from St Anthonys church Monday morning The pallbearers were ncphexys of the deceased Many Main street men former associates of Mr Gerst and ii large number of sorrowing friends attended the obsequies SAILED FOIt ROME The Most Rev Dlomede Folconlo time Apostolic Delegate headed n large party of priests and prelates- thnt sailed from Nexv York for Rome Thursday aboard the steamer Car pathia Archbishop Farley tot Tow York Bishop McDonnell of Brooklyn and more thnri iOO priests anti Monslgnotl were in the party These dignitaries go to assist at thn cele oration of the tolden jultilee of the American Cotjt t INTERESTING I Topics Discussed by Able Ora tors Before Irish Fellowship Club Passlonlst Priest Declares Theory ot Socialism Purc13I Visionary Ireland Mari a Representative Government Centur les Ago AMERICANS SHOULD STUDY MORE The Irish Fellowship Club of Chi cago had n physical andmental dinner in one of that citys large restaurants last Saturday afternoon The Fellowship Club is made up of the bralnest and most intelligent men of the Irish race In Chicago Its promlilellleInmeet at banquet or dinner several times during the year always including St Patricks dayand their affairs are always noteworthy on accountt of the addresses One of the principal speakers last Saturday was the Rev Father Alfred C Iof the Passionist Retreat a noted pulpit orator Father Alfred attacked the Social- Istic propaganda Socialism said he is one of the live questions of today It Is all very well to talk of the reconstruction of society an in equaldistributionthrough the public collective owner ship of land and capital and thb pub lic collective management of all industries but when it cones down to rock bottom Socialism ns n theory is visionary anti impractical Another able speaker was Prof A T Hogan of the TuleyI High School one of the most erudite edu eators in Illinois Among other things Prof Hogan said The car dinal principles of time Congress anti Constitution of the United States anti representative government in Europe sprung from the government of Ireland In tlic sixth century 11 C The speaker declared t ha this torians inability to trace the source of the principles of many European governments was due to their not directing their researches tc Irish history and certain Latin and Greek documents which the Irish preserved a ftbr the fnllofm rifeOContinuing Prof Ilogan said During tho time of representative government In Ireland there were 184 small kingdoms with elective representation Though most of the men who went to tie Parliament were of the wealthy class the people had the power to defend themselves If theyso desired This form of government existed 1800 years During that time lawyers ex plorers and scholars ventured Into barbarian sections of Europe anti did much to bring about that civilization which cplminnted time founda tion of the Charlemagne empire Many of the scholars and officers of Charlemagnes court were Irishmen anti he depended on them a great deal for the codification of laws and the like To any one interested in representative government and particularly the American people Irish history will prove Intensely inter estingBoth Father Alfred and Prof Ilogan were frequently applauded FIRST NAVAL BATTLE Young Irish Americans Did Deeds of Daring Those Days The first naval engagement of the Revolutionary war was fought off the coast of Maine and not long after the historic battle of Lexington The battle of Lexington was fought on April 10 1775 but the news did not 9Jthreetile American spirits in the little Maine town determined to capture the Kings schooner Margarettn with two armed sloops in convoy xvhich were loading lumber for the British in Boston May 10 was Saturday and Capt Moorei the British naval officer cause ashore to attend church Soy oral young men attempted to capture him but ho became alarmed jumped through a window and made his es cape On reaching his schooner he fired several shots over the city to Intimidate the people and then set sail down the aJOn Monday morn ing tIle villagers headed by Jerry and Dennis OBrien determined upoa pursuit anti capture The American party had twenty old style guns and sixty charges of powder and sixty bullets But they were supplied with axes pitchforks anti scythes Thirtyfive volunteers manned one of the timber stoops and pursued the schooner Mnrgaretta and caught up with her In the afternoon Time Margarctta was armed with four six tounders and twenty swivel guns The sloop proved too swift for the schooner and nt last Cnpt Moore had to fight One man was killed on the sloop nt the first discharge of the guns from the schooner The men on the sloop re turned the fire with ono of their old style wall guns n inusket too heavy to hold The man nt the schooners helm Was picked off anti tine others fled to cover The sloop ran along side time Americans boarded the schooner and clambering aboard with aXeS and pitchforks carried all he fore them Sn all twenty men were Jellied and wunded Jeremiah OBrien was jAen Captain lIe shifted the big guns to the sloop and set forthI in search of more prizes IIONOIl HOLY GHOST f Pentecost With Its Solemn sties Is Only One Week Away One week from tomorrow will be the great festival of Pentecost or WhitSunday atilt commemorates upotmthecost has been loft as a Christian festival from erYl early times The vigil of Pentecosr was one of the two days on which solemn baptists was conferred ami hence the Missal still gives a forum for the blessing of the font on that flay WhitSunday the other name fir the feast Is de bytimejBefore Saviour ascended Into heaven He tolJ his apostles that after ten days tils Paraclete would come upon them Itcaching them all things which they were to believe While they were gathered In prayer on that great day still hitting from putthei daysbeforeperson of the Blessed Trinity came upon them in the form of fiery tongues Thereupon endowed with the wisdom of time UoIJ Ghost they went out andpreached to the people and men of each nation heard their own tongue Pentecost commem orates the dawn of Christianity HIGHER 1LONOK Archepiscopal Honors For Bishop LancasterSpalding Great delight was expressed by the Catholics of Louisville this week when It became known that the Spllldinghndi plscopacy He has been notified that he has been made titular Archbishop of the See of Scyphejpolls by a decree of the Vatican Falling health compelled Bishop Spalding to resign ns Bishop of Peoria lIt several months ago A number of Iris clerical friends at once besought i Monsignor Fal urgeinBishop Spaldings eminent services The result was tie elevation an nounced last Saturday afternoon Archbishop Spalrtnig is a native of Marlon county timimf State He is a nephew of the lato illustrious Archbishop Martin Jolm Spalding of Baltimore After Ins ordination time Itt v JgIJ1u illP n t rSpuldlngv oJeMrttlt t mtitltltdltncsrami was the founder of St Augustines ehurch on West Broadway the pioneer church for colored Catholics For more than n quarter of n century he was Bishop of Peoria and was regarded as one of the most eminent writers thinkers publicists and pulpit orators In the United StatesDuring the great strike In the anthracite coal regions a few years ago President Roosevelt appointed Bishop Spalding on the commission that paved the way for settling the differences between time miners and operators He was one of the lead ing spirits of the commission nnd his efforts were highly appreciated by both sides t PRETTY NUPTIALS HerrmanMUIctt Wedding Was Solemnized by Ab bot Obrecht Miss Mary Theresa Herrmann and William Francis Millett were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Vincent de Pauls church nt 1 J oclock Wednesday morning The ceremony was performed by the tight Rev Edmond MI Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemane Solemn nuptial high muss followed with Father Obrecht us celebrant Rev Father A J Thome as deacon anti Rev Father Rudolph Ruff as sub deaconAfter the ceremony the bridal party and time immediate members of the family ot the bride and groom breakfasted in tho Red room at time Seelbach Later In the day Mr and Mrs Millett left for n honeymoon trip through the West The bride is one of the charming daughters of F Joseph Herrmann and has been much ndmireu In Catholic society circles The fortunate groom holds a responsible position with J Bacon Sons Upon their return from the West Mr and Mrs Millett will take up their residence at 719 Third avenue The wedding was one of the prettiest ever solemnized In St Via factcentAbbot Obrecht officiated added dig nity to the occasion The church was crowded with friends of the happy voung people and the musical pro gramme was of superior order CONFIRMATION AT ST JOINS A large class of boys and girls will receive their first holy communion at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets at the 7 oclock mass tomorrow morning In the afternoon time Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will administer the sacrament of con urination to time class Time Rev hmnhmnniinnspent g these children for tIle sacred rites niAi TALK TO TRINITY Albert F Martin Deputy Supreme adcent dress Trinity Council oa the night of Monday rune 7 Ills subject will be As Seen by a Railroad Claim Agent These talks at TrInity Council by Its own members are proving exceedingly l rVU t I INDORSED Is Scandal and Graft by the Local Itcpublican Machine- AdaIlaistration That Protected and Promoted Foster Is Approved Nomination ol Candidates Show Lnchsingcrs Words Are Commended PLATFORM CLAIMS THE EARTH During the past fifteen or sixteen months the Kentucky Irish American Las repeatedly called attention to tilt graft the scandal timid corruption in the present Republican city anti county administration nut the abuses have gone on just tie same It has pointed out the career or Robert JJ Foster and his misdeeds us- a policeman a detective and as 111 officer it has shown that the police force ins been sadly demoralized Now comes a serious charge against Capt Luchslnger of the Fifth dis trict preferred by II G Kastner Knstner charges that Luchsingei grabbed him shook him threatened to knock his head off anti applied a rile epithet prefixed by the phrase crossback Luchsinger Is still Captain The Republicans held n primary Monday and named delegates in the various wards to a mass convention which was held on time following day The same old crowd was indorsed lIcallImnehlnedirty work of the past sixteen months lie it said to the credit of the Republicans little more thou 5000 votes were cast not cent20lJerof the decent members t party going to the polls Yet the machine adherents soy it represents the will of the people In various wards on Monday votes were bid for anti bought openlyI In ninny cases only beer checks were offered At other places the votes were worth a quarter and at least one instance Is reported where time voter valued his suffrage at 10 Delegates elected at such a bare faced primary sat in the convention hall Tuesday and put over n cut nUll dried slate There are a number of good men honest upright menon Hattsin t rl + hublt heyronroIIhndicorn pany Time old adage SIl SIIC yon fool with pitch you are hound to become besmeared Some of these honest upright men are risking their reputations by allowing their names to go on time slate fixed up by the reform Itcpublican machine And that platform It Is really ridiculous Just ponder over a little of it We remind the men mid women of Louisville of the good order and decency now prevailing in the city anti of its Improved phy steal and moral1 condition Wo remind them that we have brought about honest elections n disciplined and efficient police force have taken 1011ticsgamblingNpxvf man ask himself are these things true premllIngl Sundays have not young men been driven to worse places Are the police not neglecting their beats to watch saloons Have not women been assaulted in their homes and have not the miscreants been al lowed to escape Are the police and firemen free from the Influence of polities Is it not on the contrary true that firemen anil policemen are being anti have been promoted for gamlIngblencertain men who stand in with the machine are allowed to operate gambling dens while their less favored colleagues have been closed up All these things arc worth looking Into To refer back to the Luchslnger episode it tummy be well to remember that there are thousands of Catholic taxpayers In Louisville They are rood citizens anti they do not pro pose to hear their faith reviled and they resent the epithet crossback and more particularly when It comes LmichsingerPherelanguage very effectively HELP OF CHRISTIAN In Time of Trouble and Sorrow the Rosary AI ways Consoles During this beautiful month of May when roses are abloom and all tho world seems glad it Is fitting to honor Mary liof Mother of God Just hoxv long the children of the church have practiced May devotions historybatSenerlltlonformunities it IB the custom for Cath mornlnlInthe mother of the Most High In many ojther cases the people are far re ked14I U1 the parish Churches nn hllvof depend on prayers at how To these no devotional excr cis i1l earer than the recitation of the Hofeary Recently one of our StouchingWe witnessed a beautiful sight re cently Tn a good pious Irish family the father old and worn from toe uphill battle he had fought all tintI- ng hie life bad fallen into hir last 0 0 prostratedTimetheir parent but like most men In tiiich eases stood around helplessly Not so with the only daughter of time house With face drawn nnd white she passed in and out of her mothers room like u ministering angel while her brothers looked upon her almost with awe Hers was the grief whlcl gnawed at time heart No tears rolled down her cheeks but we knew nor sorrow was the more intense Whai Impressed us was this Her lands did not clasp a smelling salts bottle no fainting or hysterical spells hall she but clasped In her hands was the Rosary Tightly she clasped that Rosary all the evening She never put it down It tins her strength jcr hope her consolation What a beautiful illustration ol her love for the Rosary In the midst of her sorrow this sweet Irish girl turned from good hearted sym pathizing neighbors and friends to the allpowerful Rosary What nn eloquent sermon more worfu1 than those of zealous prlestsl Wliat an incentive to cultivate a love fur the Rosary especially during this beautiful month consecrated to time Queen of the Holy Rosary1 WOKTIl OWNING Ireland and Her People- Is Handy Work of Reference limo Kentucky Irish American is in receipt of the first volume of Ireland and Her People which has just como from tipt press and Is published in Chicago and London by the Fitzgerald Bdok Company of Chicago The complete work will be issued in ten or twelve volumes tad will contain the lives of about 8000 distinguished natives of Ireland anti those of Irish origin Including eminent living characters Thomas W IL Fitzgerald President of the Fitzgerald Hook Company has been preparing this work for nearly thirty years and his constant aim Ihuts been to include as far ns possible all celebrated persons of the race both ancient and modern mud give accurate memoirs embodying with suf ficient fullness the latest results of biographical research making It educational anti entertaining as well as ot the highest value as a refer ence book The last two volumes will contain a popular history of Ireland Time volume just to hand Is printed In bold typo anti contains the biographies of several hundred native Irish men and women Now that the study of the history of Ireland is being pursued more industriously mid Intelligently in time United States Ireland and Her People ought to be found in every Irish 1Lone It is n handwork of refer eoce iit ti iffhercmamnbngi tnnnC31 contain as good matter as the original Mr Fitzgerald will have done his countrys heroes a favor mind erected an undying monument to himself CAPTIVATING Tableaux and Sparkling Music In BackTo- Tovn Mackln Councils Choral Club has scored another hit In Back to Town I The Initial performance was given at Macauleys Theater Wednesday night The house was filled with friends of Mackln anti of the per formers All who witnessed the musical comedy on the opening night spread Its fame abroad so that even larger audiences were present on Thursday and Friday evenings Back to Town Is what Its com poser Aulyn E Kanston calls It a musical chatter light airy frothy Its solos and choruses have been adapted from musical comedies that have proven popular Its melodies delight the ear and Its tableaux with handsome stage settings delight the eye The marches and drills of picturesquely garbed maidens college boys and lovelorn swains were excellently well done If there was any fault to be found on the opening night It was with the large audience The people In front of the footlights wanted too much They wore out cast and chorus In their more than dutiful endeavors to please I Like all modern musical comedies Back to Town has the merest thread of a plot but that thread serves as a vehicle for exploiting love ditties topical ballads an acrobatic stunt and excellent comedy work till around Its moral If it has a moral Is a hint to reform college athletics but the hint Is so slight as to ho hardly apparent The costumes of lads and lasses were bright new and variegated- In freshII the cast were well known local amateur stars Miss Stela Cuscaden Miss Hattie E Hoffman Miss Loot I Whitton Blerach Aulyn E Kanston the composer and adaptor Thomas D I Clines Charles Parsons Patrick G King and Louis G Kioffer All filled their parts pleasingly and Intelli gently However the work of the cast would be almost without avail xvero It not tor the witching grace of the airy fairy maidens and tho nth letic figures of the male chorus The final performance of Back ttl Town will be given this afternoon svgs IX PENNSYLVANIA The remains of Mrs Bridget Byrne who tiled at the home of her daughter Mrs Jerry A Boland at Fort Allegheny Pa last Friday were brought to New Albany for burial The requiem mass was cele brated at limy Trinity ehnrcllmyl the Rev Father Curran on Monday morning jMany former friends oil the deceased attended the funeral The deceased was the mother of the Item Father Byrne of Jhdianapoli who visited Cfew Albany to attend tins funeral n MOORES Memory Will Bo Honored on Occasion ot His Next Hirtlidny One Hundred aunt Thirty Years Since the Irish Poet Was Born Defalcation ot Trusted Friend Cast Gloom Over Last Years THE AWAKENING OF THE HARP Next Frmanniversary of the birth of Tom Moore one of Irelands sweetest singers The day wilt be publicly celebrated in New York Boston and 3 UnitedStlltesSew York City there will be the paidIntime public parks will be adorned with a laurel wreath Thomas Moore was born In Dublin on Rlny 28 1779 His father John Moore was a denier in groceries and spirits His mother was a woman of talent and education and made every effort to give her son an education that would fit him for one of time professions Jloth parents wcra de woof Catholics After his prelim inary education he was sent to the academy conducted by Samuel IirinsloySheridiuttinguished Irishmen had received their education At an early ago Moore displayed unusual poetic musical mid romantic tastes Mr Whyte was enamored of pupilto a histrionic powers At the age of fourteen Moore was writing verses and was referred to in a Dublin magazine as Our esteemed correspondent T MI His parents wanted him to stud law unit such were then the disqualifications to whlci Catholics were subjected that he could not enter on the books of Trinity College except as a Protestant The disqualification was later removed and he entered Trinity in 1704 morydlpOsedeale oii mIDcr bflfili Col1ago lIis toricnl Society of which Robert Kmmot and Arthur OConnor were then the most prominent member Emmet was one of his most Intimate friends anti his mothers Influence alone prevented him from becoming perhaps fatally involved In the revolutionary movement of 1708 In Us diary he gives a graphic account of the difficulty ho lad In pulling him self through at the visitation of the Chancellor Lord Clare for the pur pose of clearing the college of students having revolutionary principles iMooref became familiar with the Italian and French languages At the age of twenty he graduated from Trinity with the degree of Bachelor o f Arts The following year he entered ns a law student in London An introduction tto Lord Moire made him at homo In London societyand in a short time the gifted young Irish poet became the lion of tho tour His pleasant manners literary taste rare musical talents and thin nrlllinney of his conversation won friends for him rapidly In 180i Moore was appointed Ad miralty Registrar at Bermuda but the seclusion of the islands was tot much for him He visited the United States and Canada for several months and then resigned his position On his return to London the poet threw himself once more into lit orarywork lo 1807 Moore entered Into nn arrangement with Power the music publisher to write suitable words to a collection of old rish airs These Irish melodies were published fronr time to time a re9ceivedat once became the rage and have ever since maintained their poplIltrltJI In 1811 Moore married Mlsa Begsy Dvkc n young Irish actress lit wan a model of conjugal affection TIs A Ml for Theo anti Id Mourn the i Hopes that Leave Me and other of Ills melodies were addressed to her Time poet was also a model of filial devotion anti wrote to his parents it lboat once n week As long as ho jouft afford it ho settled 5300 a year on them In 1817 he wrote Lnlia Rookh tor which the publisher paid him i 15000 The following year time deputy he hind left in Bermuda ab sconded leaving him responsible for 300QO It was a crushing blow and the poof had fo flee to the continent to escape being jailed for debt B9ntsthean increasingly depressed condition owing to time decay of hjs mental faculties Ho died on February 20 1852 anti was burled beside Ids be loved daughter in IJrainhani churchyard ashisGentleman in Search of a Religion is a defense 01 the Catholic church Tom Moore was n pioneer of letter a literary genius of the first rank Though somewhat vain none can blame him for this boast Dear Harp of my conntryl tIn dark ness I found thee Time Cold chain of silence hart hung 1 oer thee long When proudly mY own Island Harp I unbound thee And gave all th 1atQ lightsong freedom an dt it KENTUOKY IRISH AMFiRICAl 1 rl KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGfWi Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancetnement Irish Americans and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Loulivllle Pottoftlce it SecondCliM Hitler Address all Coramnnleitloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West flreea i TRADES COUNCL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 22 1909 POVERTY AXI CHARITY Some of our wealthy philnn thropists have leurneil this week that there is more charity among the very pour tluin among the very rich a greater desire to aid tliono in distress among the girls who work for 3 and 4 a weak that among their employers This week those interested in the Anti tnborculosis Hoxpltnl conducted n Ten cent day on Monday Worthy women visited every section of tho city and asked for ten cents from each person Strange to say the much despised Point contributed 17 or more than was collected in any of the lash Ion able districts Many working girls gave fifty cents and a dollar when their employers refused to contribute one cent EXILOITIXG TJIK YOHK1XGMAN The workingnieu of the United States showed last full that a majority of them were still blinded by the effulgent glare of a protective tariff They elected 1rosidontTnft and protective tariff Congressman What are they getting In return High tariff but no Lighter wages Tariff advocates arc always exploit ing tho workingiuan only to grind him As the Irish expression ha it They sloother him tip to slather him down Per diem the wages In tlii United States are relatively higher in trades c not protected by the tariff than In those so protected Wages of the laborer in the cost of producing a ton a bushel n gallon a yard a dozen or a gross of anything raised or made in this country are with few exceptions no greater in dollars and cents than in other countriesi The cost of living is the basic s criterion of wages Jf a mans earn ings have ntkfobe used up In keeping him and lifts famljy in comfort he Iis manifestly no better off here than In another country where although proporr ttonatcly lower l THOUGHTSt FOR TUB WISK Xow that the Itepubllcans o1 Louisville have made their nomina tints for city and county offices 1 it behooves Democrats of all classes tto get together and redeem Louisville and Jefferson county from the gangj that has controlled it for the pas year anda half No halfway measures will do There must be a union of all the factious and clean honest men must be put upon the Democratic ticket for every offic The Democratic City and County Committee has called a meeting of all the announced and prospective candidates for next Monday The members qf the committee want to Lear the views of the candidates This is all very well and good but in order to win others besides the committee and the candidates tints be taken into consideration th masses of the people they must b satisfied To satisfy them tile Democratic nominees must be men I who can not be bought men who put character above wealth men who possess opinions and a will to voice thom men who will not think anything profitable that Is dishonest3 The Democratic candidates 1in order to win must be men who will1 make no compromise with dishon orable things nun whose ambitions arc not confined to their own selfish desires bit who art willing to sacrifice their private Interests frtho puKio godd mon who will not bustr ness purposes and another for private life Let us Lave as far asI possible young men who will be true tto their highest Ideals young men who ore not already warped by tho crookedness and graft they see all around them- Nominate men of tho above character and the Democratic party will make a clean sweep In Novem ber Nominate men who have Inen 0 4 In the habit of compromising with questionable things NamV tbe ticket will go down in defeat The longer the present Republican machine I workers remain in power the large- will grow their machine u courageous honest men to the fore and wreck tho machine where If standst 1 i t i oS of u is n good t iinj to boom you r own town nnd your own State and to trade wjlh home people Help those that help you and when you auvcrtlso use home papers and em ploy homo advertisers If you expect to live apd thrive on your home people do not semi to Chicago to j t ieniplpy professional advertiser pee J I hpme talent a IXlarlnI I four healthy sons stand around idle It Is not disgraceful for a boy to split kindling wood to carry III the coal nor to wash the dishes If the mothers will start early in training their offspring the rest will be easy A womans first duty is to home and children a duty that cnn not be delegated to another All C c tlon for parents brothers and slst should not come between any woman and time duties she owes her husband and children Dutiful wives make Christian homes I SEEKS OFFICE Dr C G Schott Wants to be the Democratic NomineeS Dr C 0 Schott one of the best known young physicians in Louis vine is a candidate for Coroner of Jofferson county subject to the CHRISTOPH GOTTLIEB SCHOTTl iaction of the Democratic party Although I a resident of the West Knd his uiquuintaiuc extends over the entire city and county He is nC- filiatud with the independent Order of Modern Woodmen of Aarerleathe Tribe of lieu Hur f Royal Neighbors Royal Highlanders Shepherds of Bethlehem Eagles and other fraternal societies Dr 5ch is also a Director and Cort eslwudi College1hurmnoy j The Jefferson County and ICentuc State Medical Societies This ablej young physician graduated from tile Hospital College of Medicine five years ago and at once developed a thriving practice While of Genii descent Dr Schott is thoroughlyj American nod Is always a hustler in the interests of Kentucky and Louisi vllle He Is deservedly popular tviuall classes and has on many occaI sloes shown his friendship for the working classes URIEIi1 BUSINESS MEETING I fuitclY well attended meeting Tuesday night Jn the absence of President Thomas Keeiinn and Vide President Mark llyan the chair was occupiciI byh Martin Cusick with his old time 1 dignity John Holland who had been ill was reported back at tvo John Shaughnessy and Charles Ft gan remain on the sick list and t o IndItocometti plans for the annual picnic and of PhoefI1 Imo members of Division 1 endorsed t plans and promised loyal support ABLE LECTURES The Lutheran preachers severalI months ago uttered a joint protestIagainst President Roosevelts denunciation of religious bigotry The Very Rev Father D I McDermott I arysehurchPhlladelphln ers protest in a series of thr lectures These lectures attractedt national interest and have been pub naked in pamphlet form Tho serftI 1 is sold for ttvegty flue cents Placeyour orders witn Peter Rellly ti publisher 133 North Thirteenth street Philadelphia FIRST COMMUNION CLASS- y 1 t y class of eightyone childreni ctceived their first holy communion at St pouts Bertrands church last Suni Jay morning at the 730 oclock moos The children hind been under I bytheand Rev Father Charles Christmasi P In the afternoon all of the tIleConfrnternlty CHANCE CANDIDATES I LerFtI a meeting for Monday fled has issued nn invitation to nil herothern n all to give a full and free expreast o their views alf to wirer mane will be the fairest and best for selecting the Democratic nominees for city and county offices p3IAYOR fnmlliaryknonns beecitingMayorfcClel1anand ofnit mofJjEA Chairman of the 1Jfttirtltldermen ford so it fell tosadJ htbeielpof government ac taa t SsS i SOCIETY f I Mrs Daniel F Murphy is recap sting at West Baden Springs Miss Mary DeCoursey of Hlglmla Park entertained her embroidery club Tuesday evening Adele iMichot of PortlandJ Slqoun has gone to Memphis to ape the summer with relativeslJudge Thomas R Gordon his tvi and daughter Miss Cecil Gordon will spend the summer months at Be wood Mrs John Downey nnd son ruwrenlebUlg are visiting 1r a ltd Mrs Edward J Cunningham ofin Portland Mr nnd Mrs John L Gruber are rcjoiciii over the arrival of n baby boat their Mme 43GOTorth Twenty eighth street hethergoes Misses Margaret and Louise Medley of Springfield ly orsMrs Patrick Burke of Jefferson vllle has returned froiii St lacera daughtMrsI Lao Tcvlin of St Louis is thaSt 2atth SUSas ninny warm friends here Jtlchard F Flood Jr of Jefferson vllle has gone to Henry cdunty In JthoMark Sheehan son of Thomas Sheehan of 1348 Preston street is seriously ill of typhoid fever but t parents arc hoping for his ap e recovery Miss Selma Pfleider and J IF r will bo united in matrimony on JunO attrnctidaughtercis rc Pficidcr I Miss Mamie Dalle and August JI I 1OOplerite rl of mony at St Bonifaces church on the morning of Wednesday June 30 Miss Laura Finger and John 11 j ford wore united In marriage at Stwill Albany1Vednesday ort officiating Later in the day th weddinghjp AlorslusPXew Albany were united in m ofnr churchWellnesday pOIformedtIlethe nuptial high mass andWI1IIamtheholyofJune Cecilias church on Tuesday morning fc nitrnctlrefjScull ntkrnnor and member of Mackln Council JoseJlhSchmittJ f peopleAlbany marewn at St Marys church at tt oclock next Tuesday Tho Jev Father Borries will perform tlia ore u rIllbrldoai brother of the groom will be the ot I tendants Mr and Mrs Felix GIbian of Chii L daysLouisville Ot in Mrs George W Griffiths 741 South inChicago3 eluded a visit to Mrs Griffiths and her charming daughters in their bridal itinerary The bride was li tirltHHe s amnRev Father d Yoderlt nn illin fnitourtnniscy Spencer of Ocean Springs Miss LeFANCIES OP FASHION hThe11faorlteOdd to arcbeCoats for girls suits are plain and almost straigiit Louhri shopsee unentodecidedtenl1eney I reFigured fabrics are to be tho ladI kindrellpFineclnzlnttlokesly 1 With n gown of bunch nod brown heck is worn a guimpe of embroid ered brown filet net I Anew idea has developed in pique rejected for so many seasons but it Is not the pique of other days The new is more pliable and comes in attractive color effects plain amtt by figured FOLLOWS FISHERS Even prior to the advent of the chapel car the Catholics of Xew foundland and Iceland had their floating chapel It is called St rancis of AssisI nnd gives temporal ns well as spiritual help to the fisher folk of Iceland fled Now fouiidland during tho three months they are at sea The fleet numberst 3 nhe twentyfive men The good ship St a pzfleetmass is sail aboard daily br Sundays the accommodations oft the chapel boat are severely taxedI MOTION PICTURES ktleITh-o three theaters under controllI ftht Princess Amusement Company of Continue to njoy a flourishing bus Hess The Casino i Prlmicwt an Columbia gate several performances I lWoue1JpvftQaftfrnoJld cellence of time films is the best ad vertisement the theaters enjoy N- and V attractive motion pictures llre promised for each house every day next week BVENTSirMay 30 Pentecost Sunday ndJune 17fNazareth Academys commencement July 5 Hibernian picnic BEQUESTS FROM NON CATIiO LIO HIfhe late Ambrose IL Van II lleft 30000 each to St James St Michaels nt Newark fsItollGENEROUS CATHOLICS atonome from all the Catholic dioce the world for the Italian ear t yg quake sufferers amounted to over 12OQO000 NAZARETHS EXERCISES The annual commencement es cises of Nazareth Academy will ti place on Thursday June 17 7heInl alumni society will hold its ann l mooting on the day previous GENEROUS GIFT Nicholas Walsh a welltodo res went of Covington has announcedJ his Intention of giving 1000 towardj the establishment of n laboratory at Elizabeths Hospital at Ludlnv lJ as1OUI1L1 CELEBRATION The Catholics of Boston are mu sLnnltnucill celebration of Archbishop WJ Iiver OConnells home coming fled sit jjubilee Ono hundred priests ere ver1n charge of the arrangements rtePAST FIVE SCORE myMary Sullivan died at her ho near Barrytown N Yj last week atar exthe age of 107 She was born n Tralee County Kerry Ireland March 24 1802 It is believed sheI J JomplroState CONFIRMATION A large class of children will receive the sacrament of cmtfirmat from the llight Bev Bishop Closkey at the Sacred Heart church Tuesday morning The children make their first communion on Pentecost Sunday cyCOSTLY TERSflXAL STATION The Pennsylvania Railroad Com ponys building a grand new terminal passenger depot in New York City It will occupy six c ivy blocks and tsw entg eight acres will under enclosure The cost will be approximately 90000000 IRISH FISH FOR RUSSIA upforDuringtilesian buyers have appeared at Buncrnnn market and some th sands of tons of herrings have been shipped across the orth Sea WHITE fjfeTOMORROW the IlIlUi1l1fip oldt Whlte Sox ono of the best lllillil ur ball teams in the Hoosier State will come to Louisville tomorrow to cross bats with the Portland Stars The game will be played on the Stars grounds and will be called at 3 oclock sharp APPRECIATION SHOWN I The Directors of the Louisvi lie Commercial Club have shown their appreciation of energy ability and tact by reelecting A T iMacDonald Secretary of the club Mr Mae 1Donald has the interest of the cl and of the dry nt heart and is the right man in the right place MRS nom IMPROVES 1 Mrs William lode of Preston and Chestnut streets who submitted to serious surgical operation at JoKvpha Infirmary last Saturd ay morning is making satisfactory progress toward recovery Her many hope that she will soon be restored to perfect health PASSIOXJST MONASTERY Tine PassionisJ Fathers of Chicago c taken out a permit for a fireIroof monastery to be erected east of time city limits near Norwood Park The design rape for the extt penditure of 1JO000 Time monastery will be 150 tact wide by 200 feet i long It willbe situated in a tractjj of fifteen acresII I STOLE PROM CHAPEL CAR While the holy sacrifice of tho I mass was in progress In l c iiiniuiijr n chapel car at Iwansvi 1 last Sunday a gliiss bowl filled with silver and gold was stolen from its near the altar It is belirv I have contained several hundr I theic1lntlt J IRISHMAN DESERVE CREU1TwI Martin L J Griffin the cmhte IrishAmerican historian of Pliila prothatof a native of Ireland James Item mi Dcrmott Tho American press Is giving all the credit to Major Lifant a native of France but 1 Griffin shows conclusively that Mr 1 Dermotts plans were approved 1by President John Adams on June 21I 1 1708 SOCIETYS JUIHLEE St Martins Benevolent Society of Newport celebrated Its fiftieth mini vergary at Corpus ChrIsti church lam t In time morning time mem rs approached holy communion in body In the afternoon they tool rt in n grand street parade carry banners fled headed bla theassband St Vincents Society StIJosephsDcnevolontusion of the parade the fjubilnriaiis tto andtbell esgorts entered the Church Corpus CnrlHtl where solemn snugd PARKI 1 Ppntaine Ferny Park a i eflOye4n i SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati IrnCity of Louisville andOne of the above steamers leaves everySunday1 five miles up the beautiful Ohio where arrivinghome 50ctUNDER JheM J InlFIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 Fourth st PrincessC Th oafstt t Columbia Theater FoJ7AVel Dreamland Theater 444 West r1 Market Sired t IkWe cater especially to Ladies liSand Children PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season FOatPicnicstSocials Outings greatimproved y Parrcagement of Phoenix lull1 before closing ontractsFONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE 1LOUISVILLE DENTAL PPARLORS- We will for the next 30 days make onoourregular 1500 BLACK RUBBER PLATES for 1000 1000 RED RUBBER PLATES for 500 Gold and Porcelain enlays Bridge- Work teeth without plates n spe cialty Call and get our prices before going elsewhere noMio 1iioNi coco THOS J WiiLSH D D S Algr good business this week Sunday peoplelockedresort The formal opening for the season occurred two weeks bVfore but the weather was unpropitious for open air enjoyment until the present week Tho open air concert the vaudeville performances the hartnbtheir share of patrons During the coming week there will be a change of bill in the vaudeville theater ann the free concerts will continue Jn the park Fontaine Ferry is an ex cellent place for mothers and chil aAron to spend a tow pleasant hours StWily STARS TWINKLE A fellow of tho lloyal Astron omical Society writing to T P OConnors weekly says Men like PtolemyAristotleto solve the problem andemleaoredJJ may say that the weight of evidence Ipoints to an atmospheric solution that the stars twinkle because of the arious temperatures fled densities of the aerial layers through which accordIngj and the altitude of the star broadlyI speaking so should the twinkling Injcrease or diminish ORIGIN OF SALUTATION tclihmcEnglishTenhave had handed down erihrough centuries this legend Our Blessed Lord meeting his mother helAmother She replied Ten thousand to you dear Son fbr the thountRand welcomes for the one the child has for the mother miLONDON CELEBRATION thormetropolis will give their annual = li 1 i if nthe of DJoleltiAdmiral1 Lord Charles Beresford will be the principal guests of honor ABOUT THE VATICAN Time Vatican received its name from the hill on which It stands It Is the largestpalace in modern Europe The PopeEugcompleted as it was at that time in year 1153 CHINESE CATHOLICS The Catholic population of China is now 1040000 The church continues make reasonable progress in the Orient CATHOLICS IN ENGLAND IItatlstiCIIEt SJOOQQO C vv0 RIVERVIEW PARKI Louisvilles Brightest Spot I III 1 F R E E bandFireworksp FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH iaxysess DELMONT CLUB EXCURSIONS I Tickets 50c To MADISON and Return SUNDAYS MAY 91623 Boat Leaves at 2 p m Returning at 9p m iriuvCUNNING LEWIS CO N W Cor Third and Jefferson Sts We make a specialty of rich luxurious clothing the sort of clothes the finest dressers seek We Rhold up the high standard of quality Once a customer always our friend 1DAN J HENNESSYtIn Charge of 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff Police Court Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 November Election t1909 Squire MAdarns CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party LftRGE RUGS You can save timp by com ing direct to us for your large size Rugs as we show every size manufactured Try it Huhhu6h Brost S22 524 W MARKET ST- REETSHOESI Our purchases in Spring and veryheavystyles are pleasing to the eye and 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 Ladies 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 fOLZ MICHAEL 336 W MARKET STREET- s J Jf f I FOR Furniture S Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to lf WM F MAYER J419 W MARKET ST of Children 25c John All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention And satisfaction guaranteed MAGIC ENEW k GLOSS I Puts new life in your old furniture and veneerIre- toring original newness with but little samplebottleCarpetCleanerCleanerswi Fin i mm co 418 S Third St Louisville Ky PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters pf Mercy of Jeffersbnville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REOINA J1ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Anne Jcffenaavllte c KENTUOKY IRISH AlMERICAN 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEITIETH bIAGI6ITIDIIAZ DISTRICT Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1000 rTOVE113ER ELECTJON 1000 WALTER RATCLIFFE I tiatI CANDIDATE FOR COUNT5T CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeiiERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second and Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party of 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAY to CANDIDATE FORM COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A0 TBURQEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGEJEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party +H t t t t t D J DOUGHERTY S1 McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT a Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SSS East Main Street 4 4++ + 44 4 G 4 ++ + O4JJ E TRACY L H STRAUB tBOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB t I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS i n STREETShortNNNINN NNNONONNNNNN NNNN NbN N 3ran W Smiths Son i AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETcr- tTELEPHONE 810 tt t t It t t t It t t t tt t t t t It THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AU calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished tar all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Hive your boil in education that will prey pare tbCM Jer life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Brvidway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Zaveriaa Brothers ClMsteal dcatitc end thutaeM Course Preparatory De rtmlt ltfNrimmteg PoolIWCU equipped fiyrarAim terms Moderate ere JameOWr1 0ar Q t Independent of All Undertaker KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOMIQ PHONE 1O77 HENAYAA J1 PPILLSU L SS- DYER AND CLEANER Ladiessand Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Fifth Streetphone 3635 528 HENRY HUNOLD BKAISR IN Staple and Fancy Groctrlis1 A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old W1a1tk1SPecJaltJ UM 54QW WALNUT i NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB fRANK FEIIRBREWING CO 1 Spring Eighteen Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Mon day May 3 and Ending Saturday May 22 KENTUCKY OAKS TODAY SIX HIGHCLASS RAGS EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M HIBERNIANS 1 What They Have Been Dolr g the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes I Two iu w liviMiona Arc In process organization In Allegheny county 1cniisylvnnirt Division 1C Of McKcosport Pa is receiving bids for its proposed new j buildingDenver Hibernians arc arranging give their annual picnic at llloom field Park on July 3 The Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth Minn has contributed 250 to the fund for building the Cathedral high schoolDivision 5 of Pa has 1 purchased 200 histories of Ireland for use in the parochial schools of that city A military division has been organ ized at Xewnrk Ohio Dayton Ohio has a military divis ion in prospect The Hibernians of St Paul Minn have their own athletic association and a big field day is being planned for next August All the divisions in the Cleveland diocese will take part in iso proces sion in honor of the Right Rev Bishop Farrollr when he arrives in that city In IV contest between green and gold teams in Ladies Auxiliary Di vision 8 of St Paul the green won and the golds will play hostesses at banquet Division 3 of St Louis will give a monster euchre on Wednesday even ing June 2 and a dance on the fol lowing evening for the benefit of the I Church of the Holy Innocents The Ladies Auxiliary will hold their next meeting in its new quarters 4 in Tails City Hall and on the occasion of the second meeting will give a euchre to which all Hiber nians are invited- Philadelphia has organized a build ing and loan association Whcrc members are not in a position to take stock the divisions are permit ted to invest and more than twenty five divisions own stock already Philadelphia Hibernians will hold their normal picnic and field day on Decoration day In addition to the usual athletic games there will be a twentymile Marathon race for substantial prizes and a championship cup Tho members of the division organized in the parish of the Church of the Annunciation Denver several months ago went to holy communion in a body last week The sight wasI pleasing to the pastor and edifying to the parishioners Ladles Auxiliary Division 2 of StI Paul Is making a great effort to Increase its membership Gold and green teams are rivals mud at the last meeting sixteen candidates were obligated and twentyfive applica lions were received The members of Division 5 of JJaldwlnsville Jf Y have presented Daniel Howard a gold ring emblem atic of the order as an appreciation of his heroism in saving the life of woman who was being swept to death in the Seneca river At Claremont X II the Ladies Auxiliary recently presented an innovation in the shape of an Irish tea The hall was appropriately decorated In green red white and blue In each corner was a table named after some place in IrelandKillarney Limerick Tyrone and Tulla more Green tea was served at two tables and black tea at the other two Dancing followed the tea serv ice TJKAPPISTS Bishop Marre and Secretary Will Visit Mount Mellary The Itight llcv Augustine Marre I General of the Trappist order and his secretary the Ilev Father Fabian flutter who were guests of Abbot ObrcclU at Gethsemane Abbey for a week left last night for Mount Melleray Iowa where the TrapplstsI have another house The Trappist General is Titualar BJshop of Constance He is a native of France ijndt master of several anguagca but he does not understand English Father Dutter the Bishops secretary speaks English quite fluently Bishop Marre and Ills secretary will spend a week or more at Mount probabilitySumIn Oregon Through his secretary Bishop Marre said his impressions of Amen lea thus far were very favorable New York he declared was a great city lint what pleased him most were tln green fields of Kentucky As a result of the visit of the Trappist General extensive improvements may soul be made in the buildings at GetliRcmane the oldest establishment of the order In America VOK1 FOR TilE IRISH The Ilev Father Ihelan editor of the Western Watchman St Louis write this For the first time in the history of monasticism an Irishman has been elected General of a religious order And he is a thoroughbred Irishman and his name la Pat Most Rev Patrick Murray the new General of the Bedemptdrlst Fathers The Sinters of the Sacred Heart have an Irishwoman for Mother General The SistersI c- Loretto r hive t daltyibter of IrJ h rI I 300 4 00 end 500 I STRAW HATS 100 We closed out Swan Abram Hat COt 6th and Main entire line of Straw Sample Hats at 25c on the Dollar- ALL SHAPES ALL STRAWSALL a The entire lot goes on sale today Not one Hat worth less than 3 most nf them worth 4 and 5 Your choice while theyIlast lOOII I MS Moses Coi a Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mtns and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt I I OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT flood Dental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You h We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET I IJAGIC CARPET IrANt TiIi Removes the dirt as if by magic without taking up the carpets and restores the originalbright colors Also cleans rugs druggets portieres clothes etc 8oz I bottle 50c and sample bottle of Magic Renew Gloss for your furniture J SUPERIORS FILTER I MALTY CO J I 418 S Third St Louisville Ky I HERRMANN BROSI IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson IBOTTLED IN BOND Tiltphoni 1948 234 SIXTH STREET parents at their head It seems teat tho Irish are born to rule both in Church and State and wo shall soon find them climbing up the steps that lead to the throne of the Flair erman Every age needs Its own type of priests This ago requires fight ers to meet the cowards who are profaning the sanctuary When heroes arc needed Church and State know where to find them VICTIM OP TYPHOID John Norton formerly of Bowling Green but who resided In Louisville for several years past died at the home of his sister Mrs J W Fltz patrlck 110 East Chestnut street on Thursday of last week Death resulted frpm typhoid fever after a few days illness The remains were taken to Howling Green for interment on Saturday rhe Ilev Father Hayes conducted the funeral rites and In his sermon spoke In eulogy of the deceased GROWING CHICAGO ArchbishopQuigley ten new parishes in Chicago Phe nomenal growth of the church In that city and its fwburbs U renpon dIki fQr the project u II Meeting rIRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges estabilishedA movement is on foot to erect a ODempseyMuch regret is felt in Qucenstowi at tho death of Timothy Driscoll shipping agent The death of P A OKecfe solicitor and exmember of Purlin ment for Limerick occurred at Athy At the Ennisklllen Quarter Sos sions there was no criminal business and Judge Craig was presented with pair of white gloves Thomas Glynn was evicted from his holding in Arlgna under eject ment proceedings brought by john Tycoon D C Arigna The religious profession took place recently of Miss Mary Doogan of Oldcastlc in tho Presentation Con vent at Clare County Klldare At Drumahoe quarry a short dis tance from Derry a workman named John Crockett was crushed beneath quantity of falling debris He died in a few minutes Patrick OReilly who has been teaching in Jranard national school for upward of fifty years is retiring on pension His record as teacher has been a Very brilliant and suc cessful one Judge Moore at Tipperary Quarter Sessions in the town tenants case brought by Mrs Fitzgerald against Lord Barrymore allowed tzs compensation for loss of business and 25 for cost of removal Most Rev Dr McIIugh Bishop of Derry has received a letter from Cardinal Merry del Val stating that the Pope was greatly pleased with the contribution from Derry diocese for the earthquake sufferers in Sicily and Calabria Medical evidence having been pro duced at the inquest held npar Cavan regarding the cause of the death of Mark Conaty an aged pensioner to the effect that one shot had pierced the heart the jury returned a vcr diet of willful murder against Edward Flood who is in custody tillI the charge Bernard Kelly an old age pen sioner met with a shocking death on the Great Northern railway near Clones County Monaghan He was on his way to Cavan after drawing his weekly pension and while taking a short cut along the railway line was overtaken by an evening train and cut to pieces A serious explosion occurred at Kyn ochs cordite factory at Arklow Fire broke out in one of the build ings in which explosives were stored and before it could be extinguished the flames had reached the powder with the result that the building was demolished by an explosion Luckily the workmen were at a safe distance and nobody was injure- dRAISING IMEVENTJE Is Easier for Catholics Than for Our Sepa rated Brethren A writer In Bonds and Mortgages a trade paper has this to say In praise of the Catholics The Catholics have much lless trouble about borrowing funds on their properties than Protestants One does not have to look far for the cause of this The splendid ecclesiastical machinery of the Catholic church and its great pos sibilties as a revenue raiser togetho II with its particularity in giving at tention to its business transaction- and the holding of the fee of all it properties by Its Bishops puts up excepIlIonalY I the Protestant church with Its too frequent slipshod methods and lade I I pendence Hence it is quite a com mon thing for Protestant officers of savings banks to express a most de I tided preference for tho Catholic loans They are with great ant I formity carefully and conservatively handled which many times enables them to obtain a shade better rates The Integrity of these loans Is still further attested by the fact that all the property of a diocese is practically pledged to pay out every loan Per sonal bonds from those intersted lin church loans are usually required to insure the working out of the mort gage debt I BLUEOUASS VISITORS lion William Klalr of Lexington Democratic leader in the lientuck House of Representatives and Yill lam J Anern Jailer of Fayette county spent several hours in Louis ville Thursday en route home after a week of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Mr Klair ox pressed himself as entirely satisfied with the political situation In Lexing ton and Fayette county which menus the election of the Democratic nominees by a decisive majority THOMAS SHELLEY IMPROVES Former Policeman Thonmd Shelley who fell at his home on Everett ave nue two weeks ago and sustained fractures of several ribs Is now able to sit up Mr Shelley iis one of the few remaining Irish pioneers of Louisville and his host of friends pope that his recovery will be spedy and permanent f1un L Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE 3TY OVR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 rI- IInWIEDEMANN1Ncoafo- nAUDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEeRSON SALE EVERYWHEREHO- ME PHONE 7569 CUMB HONE WEST 69 I JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATBDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY I IHH S U HHAND GET Manufactured THE WALL PLASTER GENUINE PLASTER by the DIAMOND CO Incorporated Brook end River Phone 2267 Louisville Ky Also Operating Ilopsler Well Plaster Plant Jetfersonvllle lad Phone BBS t tt t t t tt t + t t t t t It t tit It t It FINE WINES CHAMPAGNE AL KOLB345 West Green Street XJQUOR8 CIGARS h j 36oYTO CALIFORNIA MONON ROUTEColonist one way tickets at the above rate will be on sale dally from March 2d to April 30th at Louisville via the MO NON ROUTE to California North Pa clfic Coast and intermediate points Monon trains leave Union Station 10th Street and Broadway and connect at Chicago with all Trans Continental lines beyond attenylion when D P A Louisville Ky cnas fl Roger re BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Ms Magazines and RelJglw Articles or pavaa = DBBOKTPTIOX 434 West Jefferson Street Ce BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotroPaIEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORISTI550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly Attended t To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street WINES LIQUORS CI8ARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 938 to 1230 oclock gGHBB IML u- n ii t- I1 KENTUOKY IRISH AJMERIOAN ALTERATION SALE High Grade Clothing for Men Young Men and Boys Hats and Furnishings in this Sale at greatly reduced prices We must have the room to make the altera tions Come early and reap the golden harvest 424 West Market St THE BIG STOREMIL- TON Poarth Between and Filth M MARBLESTONE 6 CO n +1 + NN6 H44 + 1+N 4 + 4 1 MONUMENTS 1 1 i1 1In1 largement our workshop we our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed + ifinglylowprice Call and examine d fi1 fIi i ii 0e 6 ON s NON 01 N 01 ON10NONONN4NN MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it Is ap preclnted more than in the summer A- FARRANDOECILIAN PIANO 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 haw to secure the proper expression Come in apd permit us tot v show you more about the FarrandC- eoltlahMONTENEQRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO Incorporated OX28O3O FOURTH AVENUE 3 LBS FOR 50C The price seems too low for the highgrade Coffee we sell at this price Its one of MULLOYS great line of Teas and Coffees all of which are standards of never varying excellence and purity MULLOYS TEAS 45cexcellent MUJLLOY COFFEE ROASTER ki Home Phone 1333 ata w iviAntncBji esrieisis- ryBayyffB EATILWithout Insurance Is Terrible TAKE A POLICY IN THE Catholic Knights and Ladies of America REPRESENTED IN TWENTY STATES Cheapest InsuranceObtainable Death Claims Paid in Thirty Days EXAMINE THESE RATES Age Quarter Half Full Age Quarter Half Full 500 1000 2000 500 1000 2000 1H 040 080 160 3560 120 240 1941 81 162 3661 122 244 2041 82 164 37 63 125 250 2142 84 1 63 3Sj64 127 254 2244 87 174 3965 130 260 23 45 89 178 40 66 132 264 2446 91 182 4167 134 268 2547 93 186 42 + 69 137 274 264R 96 192 4370 140 280 2750 100 200 4471 142 284 2851 162 204 4572 144 2953 105 210 4678 156 3054 108 216 47 84 168 315 110 220 4890 180 3257 113 226 4996 x192 3358 115 23050102 204 34 59 118 236 Recording Secretaries and Their Addresses Mary E Sheridan 2022 Lytle street Thomas J Moran 1534 FourthJosle Monahan 1609 West Madison Margaret OConnor 3425 Theresa Kiley 531 South Fifth Isabella Scanlan 525 S Twentyseventh Miss A C Hughes 1033 lirpok Miss M Roth 931 Marshall Ella Flaherty 2329 Rowan Dr P S Gam 1942 Sixth Maggie L Wallace 821 Franklin Michael Lyons 2414 High August Haury 1788 Wilson jVllllam J Woodsmall 2309 Frankfort Martin Stocker 913 Barrett avenue Jacob F Miller 2916 West Stratton Alice Morris 1703 Magazine FOR APPLICATIONS OR OTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO TilE ABOVE OR ANY MEMBER DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Celled For and Delivered Beth Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FOROe 7I37IS SEVENTH STREET 1909 November Election 1909 DR C G SCHOTT CANDIDATE I- 0RODRONBR r i JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject J y to the Action ofF the Democratic Party a D r- y w r kYgal JOYOUS DAY J For Many Boys and Girls of St Pauls School A class of forty boys and nineteen girls will receive their thHt holy cum mmilon at St J aills church Jack son and Kentucky streets at the S oclock mass tomorrow morning The Itev Father Thomas A York pastoi of St Pauls who prepared the chi dren will officiate nt the high mans Jhe happr children are Mastery Robert Ohrlen Lawrence llamlnj John Oehler Kdwnrd teller Andrew Donzliiger Frank Welsenberger John Klllot Richard Welsh 1011111 Uorder Frederick Ifelffer Mlllartl Davis Raymond Stllger Wlllian lunk Klmore Frelt Floyd Clark Leo llerm Curl Crowley 1nnl Mills Michael Sullivan William and Tosepli Lauffer Albert lluber Charle Mueiichenhnenv August Seger James Melealfe Kniinot Maloney Charles Maloney John lebhardt Itobcrt Klusmeler Andrew Lnruh Mules Alberdlilg William linger Arthur hardy Henry Ihirnw ell WIIHnm Crowley Samuel Rennet and Itudolph IMIchnol The girls an KdnaI Ziegler Kdnn Sheehan Kutl Cooper Annie Sullivan August Sllllman Lourdes Saner Cordelh Model Margaret Mlllinger Kvelyr Krupp Amelia Kyi Mamie Hemmer Cornelia Klaus Genevieve Knsten snildt Virginia Schneider Margarel Schneider Margaret Smith Knther iue Ament Annie llintelman Gene rose Brown and Adeline Good HIVERYIEW READY For Grand Opening and Crowds Promised for Sunday interview 1ark will throw open Its gates for the season tomorrow alld the park and buildings present II brighter and nine attractive appear mice than ever Col Linn Simons who conducted this resort for severe years resumes Its Management foi the season The color scheme of tin buildings has been changed consid erably To relieve the monotony qf white some of the buildings an done in red yellow blue aid greet but to the eye the picture makes a perfect and harmonious whole Tin landscape gardener has been at work too and ninny new flowei beds have bent laid out so that tin grounds will be quite attractive to the eye A new baud stand has been erected under the trees and a new privet end a new public dancing hall havj been added to the amusement equip Mont of the part Col Simons Inn also provided a thoroughly equipped restaurant where meals will be served a In carte and the delicacies ot the season will always be or hand The cafe will be iiptoclati in every way so that liquid refresh ments can be provided In thin dining room It is the desire of the management to make llivervlew lark a family resort one to which Indies may go without escort if they so desire and where they are always assured of safety and protection This year or admission fee of ten cents will be charged but each person who buys a ticket will get two coupons or checks which will entitle them to a dimes worth of anything on tin groundsThe shoot tlue elnites canals of Venice scenic railway and other at tractions will bo Jn the part as before and at night 40000 incandescent globes will turn night into lily Tin West Broadway and West Wnlnul street ears run direct to the park V new macademied road has beet built on Greenwood avenue pnralle with the street ear trucks so thin there will be an excellent roadwai for carriages and automobiles k VXOTHEK RASCAL Rural Kentucky Editor Ex poses a Rank Fakir A scapegoat who gives his name a- u1v1 Delaney and wjio claims to ban expriest is now circulating In Ohio Thin name fellow paid a flying visit1 to Valley View in Madison comity this State lust fall At Valley View lie delivered three leI tunes attacking the Catholic clutch and for the series he received 115 he editor of the Valley View Argent although not a atholic ex pressed his doubts about Dejaneys veracity Ihe same editor now says his doubts alKMit Delaney have been con provenhiltpriest antI that he hind hlmsclt ad mitted that he was a liar swindler and thief He is n native of Penn sylvania and in 1002 ivan pastor of the Baptist church at Mnrtlnsvllle Verily tho people cute be easily hum bugged by brass gall and oratory FANS NOT JMSCOUJiAGKI While thin Louisville baseball club liasr not covered itself with glory on its first long trip over thug circuit the fans have no reason to be its couraged The Colonels left Louis ville in second place and although they Lava land more than n share of defeats their nearest rivals have ruined no better and Louisvilles team is now as flrmlv entrenched iu see ond place as wlicn they loft homo The weather has hail a great deal to do with tho pitching arms of the homo twirlers but a few bright warm days ought to see the team rounjled Into form nOAVLINO GUEUX MISSIONS Tho mission for Catholics at Bowling Green was brought tp nl thenmtlrefilled with devout worshipers and the pastor the Rev Thomas A Hayes and the missionary the Rev Pntiier Francis Xavier Sutton leave pleased with tho attendance anA de nllhtVnthernOnCatbolics in thtf same church and each hiffbt explained flue teachings of this Catholic church Many non CsthoUqs have heard then lectures and have Shown a deep tnter fJntie- m p dlseueN1I SOCIETY DIRECTORY a TA O HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City halt on First and i Third Tuesda- yIresidentThomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatArms Andrew Curran Sentinel Louis homer- DIVISION 2II Meets on the First and Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone Financial Secretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantntArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sidjivnn Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J 0 llcssion Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon Sergeanto4Arms Patrick Begley I DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrnnd Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatAnns John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFI2KSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Plans Hall County President John lennedJIPresident Louis Constantine Vice President Robert Gleason RecordingSecretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y JMC i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Ewilngs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President ThosDCHnes Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording SecretaryThomas F Hachman Corresponding Secretary William F Burke Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolnhus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driott tJ1t1Es n oEq s 10BIG Has No Equal as a Nerve Tonic 3 Afton la Jftrch Ktb 1906 I wAI taken down with rheumatism about 7 rears alf8 it made me helpless and a cripple II suffered untold agony and It ran down my leal strength and made me very neryoup Iuses onubottla Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic I will eheerfullr and honestly say It has no equal as a Tonic and leans no bad reaction on the system and I would recommend it to all peopleM LadysmHh Wls February 20th 1903 My daughter Nellie became Tory nervous and the doctors said she had Neuritis but their medicine did not help her so Mrs Kennedy of Unity Wis callnd my attention to Pastor KoAnigJg Nerve Tonic which had cured her little grand daughter of St Vltus dance I procured 1 bottle which my daughter used according to directions ajd was all over her nervousness before the whole bottle was used THOMAS HAYES Valuable Book on Nor F REEA Dlsoasos and a Sample to any address Poor pa tlnnta also get the medicine free i Prepared by the Her FATJIXR KOCNIQ of Fort Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KQENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottlt 6 for tW Larz 5Ue 9175 1 O Bottle lot Je KNIGHTS1 OF COLUMBUSi I e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere More than 700 Wisconsin nnd Illi nois Knights attended the initiation at llcloit last week Tomorrow Jeffersonville ami New jolntInltt Time council nt Olean X 1 opened its new club house with a grand hail lust week Time handsome edifice eastt 10000 The council at Olean N Y was cstRulbl ell eleven years ago and now has 400 members It is one of tho Jargest councils in time Empire State On Axiguist is the fourth degree will be exemplified in Salt Lake City under the direction of the master of time jurisdiction of Utah Nevada and Idaho The various councils in the llor niigh of Queens New York are nr ranging for h trip to Niagara Falls on Decorationh tiny for their members and families Price Hill and St Gabriels Coun clLor Cincinnati held a joint mum ling lent Sunday State Deputy John A ODwycr and staff exemplified the third degree National Director John IL Iteddin of Denver Col has perfected a new ritual for the first second anti third degrees and his work inns been ac cepted by time National Hoard of Directors More thing 600 delegates repre senting every council In the State attended the State Council of the order nt Binghamton N Y last week null 000 additional Knights witnessed I the proceedings In addressing the few York coon ell nt rUnghamtcm the llev Father William 1DWJer sail Look to your allotbor Dont vote for time man who hal dishonored his name and church because 16 has aCathollq nlImelIUJfIIa did Sir 0altuadh strength 1IlIot time stren tliof ten because niy heart ja purei l GENT11AL COMMITTEE I Held Important Business Meeting and Admits New Delegates limo Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America has its regular meeting at St Marys Hall Friday night of last week In the absence in John Selmldu who Is ill Vice 1residint Charles J Dessc oc cupied the chair while Harry Yecne man acted us Vice President during the evening It ranch 30 or St Anthonys branch sent credential for the following delegates Joseph aver John L Schnlten and F 11 llartsch The credentials were np proved anti the delegates orders nplearetlIreCatholic Knighthood Harry Veenenian made an encouraging report on the work of UII Membership Committee stating thin all the brunches were being visited in turn and that hereafter a special degree team committee composed of Messrs William Median Josepl 31 McGinn Hurry Veenemnn Her Ilcckmann and Charles Hill would accompany thV Membership Commit tee on its rounds Time Entertainment Committee reported that July 10 hail been decide on as the day for the annual sum mOl outing if the park could be cured for thrtt unto Cliff Machtolff a visiting Knight from Sheffield Ala made an interesting talk on the manner in which his branch gainei new members Before adjournmenl it was announced that all those in ferested in the formation of time wv dramatic club were invited to ineel at St Marys Hull on the last Frldaj IIIeHitleof the degree team reported thai everything was in readiness for nn initiation whenever a branch sign fled that it lurid any candidates to bo put through NEW KNIGHTS Two Councils Will Initial Class of FortyEight Tomorrow Jeffersonville and New Albany Councils Knights of Columbus wil hold a joint initiation in Elks Hall Jeffersonville tomorrow afternoon when the three degrees will be oxem plifled on a class of fortyeight Many Knights from various points In Indiana and Kentucky are expectei to be on hand to assist at the sere moniesIn morning the Knights ant candidates will assemble nt tin Elks Hall and march to St Augustines church to attend liigl mass Time exemplification of tin degrees will begin at 130 oclock Louisville Council will put on tin first and second and Dr J N Jerome and staff of Evansville tin third degree The day will be brought to n close with n banquet nt Spioths Hall at 730 oclock in the evening Ai providedCoversJames W Fortune of Jeffersonville will net as toastmasier and the Invocation will bo offered by the Ref Father Walter Crouin Chaplain or Indiana State Council The toasts and those who trill respond to then Will be as follows A Medley District Deputy Dr J N Jerome of Evansville Inc Tho Catholic Newspaper Attorney Sam J Hold theIOrder Hon M J Thornton o Xew Albany The Young Catholic Attorney J J Kavanagh of Louis vine r- rBRIEFi Held by Mackin Council and Several Reports e Read Macklu Council held u very brie business session Tuesday night mini adjourned early to let all concerned help Iput the finishing touches on ar raugoments for Back to Town Sam J Robertson presided because President Louis J Kieffer was busy with important committee work The attendance was only fair as many or the members were taking part In the final rehearsal Henry Everslage was reported still III Parry Cooper and John Krekel who were ill were reported fully re covered The question of Increasing the membership was discussed informally but action was deferred until the next meeting The council made a generous donation to St Lawrence Institute Henry G Hill was allowed to transfer to Trinity CouncilRobert T Burke reported that the Back to Town cast and chorus was thoroughly ready to put on its per formance the three following nights and the matinee this afternoon He reported also that the sale of tickets was progressing nicely and Indicated that the success of last year will be surpassed KENTUCKY OAKS TODAY The thirtyfifth nnnu lpringmeeting of the Xiv Louisville Jockey Club will be brought to a close this afternoon lifter a most successful season The sport has been excellent and the stake events brought to Louisville many of the best norses in time country The Varlmutiiel machines have grown In popularity and those who ole fount of wagering money on horse races are thoroughly satisfied The principal feature on till card to lay IS the Kentucky Oaks for three enr old fillies Time value of the slakes Is 11000 of which 300 goes to the second nnd 150 to the third horse DKMIOXT CLUirS KXCU11SIOX Phe Peltnont Club will give the third of its series of popular ex cursions ip Jfnilison ml tomorrow afternoon The bunt will leave the foot of Fourth street at 2 oclock and will return about 10 in the evening The second excursion wns given Tasf Sunday the flay was bright n good road inns alwartl sad mill the ex cursionists enjoyed themselves The crowd tomorrow pronfifjes to 1IHE IRTJfcr than over vyaa I Keep Your Money at Home I TAKE A POLICY IN THE j SOUTHERN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO LINCOLN BUILDING j ED L WILLIAMS President i Everything Guaranteed Nothing Estimated j ffy880 g For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE 425 427 and 429 East Market Street SPECIAL High Grade Wheel in assorted lent coaster brake and first hubs easy riding Wheeler als forward extension tails regularly at 35 our price I II JfpL BE r1 SURE TO BICYCLEGr II IIIT IIS tOOu McKenna ist 215 WEST MARKET STREET SEIt TUB CELEBRATED NORTH 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 deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public i 11 NN NON 1 WNN N HN NNN g IIHOME PHONE HENRY 6687 FUORS2112iii FLORIST I I iGREENHOUSESi Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th StPO T OPrrIO e- NN N ONNN NO NNON N O N FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HIpADQLTATE1Za9 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cut of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Era A Mgr VlciPris Tra Sierilary F 1 Bannon sour Pipe I Coa Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Salmons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving prick Fire Preofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and loner Tile Ground Fire Clay 1 r Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON 4 T ILBPiloNPL57J WORKS I3th end Lexington anti Magnolia Ave Bet pth and icthX- HLEPHON8 2833 P u w r- ir+ rt