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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u i1 t L N KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I l 0 b VOLUME XXIVNOIU LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL i6 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS I MYSTERY Ii Solved in English Scheme That l r Almost Became a 11 I Crime ContesslonThot Sends Conster nation Into the Tory Camp Inquiry Into the Plot That Sought tp Hong I Jj Parnoll I A TORY GOVERNMENT SCANDAL A London cablegram to the New York World brings the intelligence that Sir Robert Anderson has caused a profound sensation by confessing that it was he who in 1887 while he was Chief of the Political department of the Home Office in I other words Secret Service departtment wrote the notorious 1 articles for the Times entitled Parnelllsm and Crime Vanity seems to be the only motive for making his revelation which prom ises for a time to usurp the domin ant position occupied by the budgetbcrisis at Westminster In the authorship of Parnelllism and Crime has been as great a political mystery as that of the letters of Junius Among the many prom inent individuals formerly suspected of writing these articles was the late W II Hurlbert of New York The articles were part of an auda cious conspiracy to bring Parnell to the gallows and to destroy the Irish party and the home rule movement- S k by accusing the Irish leaders of complicity with the agrarian mur ders and with the Phoenix Park assassinations Popular prejudice so fiercely aroused his colleagues against Parnell in England at the time that no legal redress seemed possible against the Times the avowed object of whose campaign was to provide a basis for indicting Parnell and his principal Parlia mentary associates before a London jury for complicity in agrarian mur der and connection with the dynaCmite outrages at Westminster elsewhere As the articles failed to- tf supply the pretext for such a prose cutlon the rimes as a crowning t stroke published the Plgott forger it ies letters purporting to have been written by Parnell to the perpetrators of the Phoenix Park mur ders condoning those crimes The Parnell Commission of three l Supreme Court Judges with full judicial powers to investigate the charges in Parnell and Crime after a protracted hearing com pletely exonerated Parnell and his colleagues Then followed the con fession flight and suicide of PigottlOne object which Anderson l writing these articles for the Times was to assist Mr Balfour then Chief Secretary for Ireland in mak ing a case for tile passing of a permanent coercion act for Ireland To create the desired condition in the mind of Parliament the Timfs published the first PIgott forgery p the day of the second reading of Balfours bill in the House While AndersonlIe was plain Robert Anderson in those days his title had not then been given him was raking through the secret archives of the Home Office for material for Parnellism and Crime Sir Richard Webster now Lord Alverstone Lord Chief Justice of England was simultaneously leading counsel for the Times and Attorney General in the Govern ment iin which capacity he advised V the Cabinet on the bill creating the Special Judlcal Commission before which his client the Times was to be tried Sir Robert Andersons indiscreet confession has caused consternation in the Tory party It resurrects a hateful episode of their past The Iriph party intends td press the F Government for an inquiry into oil the circumstances For a long while Sir Robert Anderson has been living In retirement on a pension He was given his title on leaving Scotland lard where he was for years tileI hlefof the Criminal Investigation department He now devotes himself to the promotion of religion and n wonderful scheme he has invented for the extinction of crime by segregating all criminals for life on penal farms behind high walls His occasional recreation Is tile manu facture of a maganize article and It w sln such way he made his vpn fession I DELEGATES TransactMuch Buslnessat Central Committee Meeting With President Eugene McCarthy occupying this chair andan in creased attendance of delegates the Central Committee C K of A transacted much business at the inonthly meeting on Friday night of last week Gen GUll lane reported the arrangements as far alcorn pleted for the trip of the uniform companies to the national eonyen ion at NMhyiH this outlook for Tvhich wsni very iicouraglng but all the branches in the city were called upon toaelilltin making a cred Stable showing Supreme Delegate H A Vecneman stated that anyone desiring smendmenti to the aupreme laws should submit them now Chair man Will Meehan and John 6chalda x that their committees wore dy to visit all the braaehes i and would do so in the order called upon Chairman Henry Bosquet of the Directory Committee submitted his final report and upon motion of Patrick Holley was given hearty thanks for his work and the book lets presented the members Delegate Charles Falk invited the Cen tral Committee to honor Branch 6 with its presence when the members make their annual communion at St Martins church which was ac cepted Upon motion the Entertainment Committee was authorized to arrange for the annual outing held under the auspices of the Central Committee GREAT SUCCESS Attends Bazar For New Church of St Cecilia The bazar in aid of the bulldin fund of the new Church of St Cecilia was brought to a most successful close on Monday night The Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias Charles S Raidy Chairman of the General Committee and their coworkers are highly pleased at the results attained They attribute much of the success to the fact that no soliciting of- hances was allowed on the floor of he hall Macklns club house where thg bazar was held was crowded erfch night and all of the booths were well patronized The dining room feature alao proved a drawing card The drawings on the combination ooks were held on Monday the closing night The judges wore John Drane Louis Hertle Charles W Glass C J Friedl and W L Allen Prizes were awarded as follows Mrs Andrew Wright 2230 Portland venue piano Miss Katie Henley 2014 Bank street refrigerator Thomas L Jordan 2615 Magazine street chiffonier Miss Agnes strqctitchenouth Third street 20 in gold F A McIIale 404 North Twenty first street 10 in gold Miss Lula Adams 2510 Griffiths avenue two tons of coal Joseph B Stier 442 West Twentyfifth street iron man- tIc Miss J Cuneo 508 West Market street barrel of flour Mrs B II Boettger 2401 West Main street music cabinet Anton Hartlauf 2223 Pirtle street 9x12 rug Miss Maggie Fox 2163 West Market streett handembroidered center iece Charles J Cassln 1913 West street Center table W1J Bohon 1020 East Washington street twentyfive volumes Irish literature w T Adams 2510 Griffiths avenue rocker Lula Adams 2510 Griffiths venue twa tons of coal Mrsr Elerbst Twentyfifth and Bank streets silver service set Mrs Snowder 2005 Bank street oil paint- Ing Miss Anna Cummings 1226 Second street leather couch Mrs Plaumoeller 513 South Twentyfirst street centerpiece Miss Katie Doyle Marion Ind silver tea spoons Mrs Clark 2409 Rowan street table cover Mrs W B Campbell 2315 Duncan street rock- Ing chair Mrs Louise ONeil 2712 Chestnut street lambrequin Miss M Campbell 2315 Duncan street smbroldered shirt waist Miss F Anderson 444 Fourth avenue hat Mrs Mary Lee 212 South Twenty fifth street ladys writing desk paintedillow WORTHY CAUSE Australian Priest Starts a Movement to Refute Calumny The Fairbanks and Roosevelt incidents in Home have attracted renewed attention to the mission of the Rev Henry W Cleary who with thel approval of the Australian ilerarcby is making a tour of South Central and North America and Europe in an endeavor tO inter est the Catholic truth societies and representative Catholics in nil these lands in the formation of an inter national organization for the prompt refutation of calumnies published agaInst the Catholic teaching or the 2atliolio church Dr Cleary who is the editor o- fte New Zealand Tablet has just completed the tour of South America and Central America one of the objects of the Australian Catholic Truth Society being to nail on the headas It were every slander con 2ernlng the church the Bishops and clergy in the LatinAmerican coun unearthedmanynfalse agaInsttl1America He solemnly declares that proclaims archy and clergy of the Latin American countries are as grand and noble a set of men as are to be found anywhere He established agencies in many of the principal cities of South America Dr Cleary proposes to make Rome the center of this work which will reach to evry clime and by the free Use of the cable for which ample posMble energy all lies and calumnies about the church and to show in their true colors all ihoqe who Seek to use acredcaUingforthepurpolJe liea against the great church of God JJUIDruThe CatbAliea of VarbourvUle ad AohuretiOLtlhlife U now being selected for the ldiqwiUcomlliolic have never da church In Barbourville but the increaiad justifibsj s t APpR tl tfb I I Franciscan Nuns Give Thanks For An Easter Gift Ashland Hibernians Helped Decorate House ot God at Holy Season Delegates to State Convention will Be Very Warmly Welcomed LADIES AUXILIARY INTERESTED Division 1 A 0 IIof Ashland Ky made a contribution to the Franciscan Sisters who had charge of decorating the altar of the Holy Family church in that city at Eas ter time That the gift was appro ciated is indicated by the following letter from the good Sisters to the Ashland division An Easter egg in the form of ten bright silver dollars charged with greetings of the season from the natives and relatives of the dear old Emerald Isle was presented to the Sisters in charge of the altars with the strict injunction to expend it solely for decorative purposes in honor of the risen Saviour a causo that ever appeals strongly to the heart of a true Hibernian Your cause the honor and glory of God Is a common onp and I nm certain that nothing is more conducive to ward drawing down the blessings of God on our temporal affairs than to show our unselfishness in expendng something now and then to enhance the beauty of his temples thereby making the services more solemn ami impressive All that we have or may hope to attain is the reward of Godes bounty and liberality therefore why should we not give unstintingly a share of what is al ready his own upon so many titles This little note dear friends is intended to convey a message of thanks to each donor of your happy band for your generous response to the request made for a little assist ance We feel certain that our dear Lord who never permits Himself to be outdone in liberality will amply compensate both spiritually and temporally those who are generous In his service May He bless yu all and gJT1 you the grace to vCA6 the green the emblem of hope a credit to Gods honor and to our dear nation To say that the Ashland Hiber nians felt fully repaid is putting it mildly and they have no doubt that the prayers of the nuns will bring additional blessings upon Hiber niansThomas Howard of Ashland County President of Boyd county tells the Kentucky Irish American that the Ashland Hibernians are making great preparations to enter thin the delegates to the State convention next September The Ladles Auxiliary is vicing with the Hibernians in preparing a fitting re ception for the visitors All Ash land will help the Hibernians give a demonstration of Eastern Kentucky hospitalityCounty President Howard also writes that Boyd county Hibernians are unanimously and enthusiastically For lion John E Redmond and home rule for Ireland Delegates from Louisville and other cities who go to Ashland in September may look for a hundred thousand welcomes DOMINICANS Pleased With Attendance at Mission at St Louis Bertrands The mission at St Louis Ber trands church is being unusually well attended and the Very Rev Father Clark the Prior and the Rey Bathers Meagher and Healey the two missionaries are delighted with the results thus far attained This week the mission has been for women but at the ijjclock mass the church was filled daily withmen and women Beginning at 730 oclock tomor row evening the mIssion will con tinue another week This second week will be for men but women will be welcomed at the masses at 5 and 8 oclock each morning Ihose ladles who did not find it con venient to make the mission last week can talco advantage of the evening services during the coming weekAt the solicitation of the Domini can Fathers all saloonkeepers In the parish nonCatholic as well as Catholic have agreed to close their saloons every night during the week from 7 oclock until 0 This means that between those hours that part of Louisville bounded by York street Preston Twelfth street and South Lbutevllle will be dry two hours each evening NBAV ALBANY RBSmENT DBAD Patrick Kennedy leoftlie best cnown aid not highly respected rellilden l of New Albany died at lila omt 818 West Sixth ltre titbat city early TueedaynoruIag Death resulted Iron Brlghta diieaae after an illness of two months The de ceased was born JIin New Albany fiftythree yean ago and had lived In th te1t11ltrl Hff i Jjor many years he chad beta an employe of the Ohio Falls Iron Company but a- jjtmoflagjSjjjjjjfl House He was always a staunch Democrat Throughout his life lie HolyTrinityLt theIAOsti1 nee Society and several labor union societies His wife and four children survive him The children are Mrs Florence Moore of Topeka Kan Miss Helen James and Will- Iam H Kennedy all of New Albany Uolyrrlnitythe edifice was thronged with sor rowing friends land relativ- esFEATURES For Old Fashioned Fair for a School Building Fundi t The old fashioned fair for the benefit of the building fund for St Vincent de Palls new school will open Monday afternoon in the school hall at Shelby and Oak clos- Ing on the night of April 25 and its patrons wilt bb provided with aU kinds of surprises amusements and refreshments Supper will be served every evening from 5 to 8 oclock and on Tuesday and Thursday after noon and nighteuchre and lotto will be played Next Wednesday and the following Monday the ladles will hold a coffee social from 2 to 5 oclock and on Friday afternoon the school children will be entertained Many and valuable prizes have been donated and will be awarded during the fair All the societies of the parishare assisting Father Thome and have becjn assigned special nights in the fqllowing order Monday April 18 Concordia Sing jTuesdayj Josephs Command cry Knights ofSt John Wednesday St Stanislaus Sodal ity ThursdaySt Johns Benevolent tj SocietyFridaySt Vincent de Paul Con ferenccSatnrdayCobhmbin J Athletic Club Monday Branch 32 C K of A This fair Iis almost deserving one- and should hayt the encouragement- of the Catholics of the entire city SPECIAL PAYOR Will Be Asked by KnlshtsJ From the Right Rev Bishop A subcommittee of tleCentral Committee wltK William T Median i ChalrnmniCilplanningi for a dual celebration of the Catholic Knights of America in the nearfuture The Idea is to have the Knights make their annual holy communion and be received by the Right Rev Bishop tDonaghue on the same day If the present plans carry the members of the order in Louisville will attend mass at one of the local churches on Pentecost Sunday Bishop ODonaghuo will be invited either to celebrate the mass or to be present during the holy sacrifice md after that to meet the Knights Individually The committee realizes that 3Ishop ODoiinffhiiQ i6 a very busy man that he will be kept quite busy for months to come administering- the sacrament of confirmation to children of the various parishes in Louisville and in paying visits to parIshes outside the city All these things have been duly considered but it is hoped that the new head of tIme diocese can spare nn hour or so to aid and encourage the work of the Catholic Knights of America RECENT DEATHS t James P Mpnahan a respected resident of the West End was summoned to his eternal rest Sunday night For some tlme he had re idedwlth his daughter Mrs Martin Breen at 423 South Fifteenth street where many old friends called to pay their last tribute of respect The funeral took place Tuesday morning with a requiem mass at St Patricks church ADD RECENT DEATHS Louis Balmer thirtyfour years old and a well known pattern maker dIed early Tuesday morning at the home of his father John Balmer 1002 Rowan street after a lingering llness of tuberculosis Besides his wife and one child he leaves several brothers and sisters The funeral took place Thursday morning from St Patricks church and was largely attended Last Sunday death Invaded the home of Phillip and Minnie Schorr 053 Dupuy street and took from them their beloved threeyearjold son Phllllpin after a short illness of scarlet fever A wide circle of relatives and acquaintances sympathize vith the parents in their sad be oavement The funeral took place Monday afternoon when the remains yere tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery rhe funeral of Mrs Elizabeth loffraan aged seventysix who died Sunday afternoon at her residence flU Bast Chestnut street took place Wednesday from StrohntI church Mrs Hoffman had lived here for al most haifa century and was highly respected itf church and society air- chea Surviving her are three sons lenry Hoffman who lives in Phila lelphig and Edward and William loffman of this city sad two daughters Mr Kmraa Walsh and AfaR Hoffman tooth retWInar hereu Y CANONIZATION FOR WilL The proceed of canonization of Mother Theodore CJueiin who found- Ed the American braleh of the Staten of Providence In Indiana in October 1840 hat begun She died fty yean ago BEJDGTI II Continues to Be Bone of Contention In the House of Lords Itcdinoml Itcmnins Inflexible as Regards Curbing Lords Veto King Edward May Balk and Another Election Be Called PERILOUS BUT NOT DESPERATE Americans think that the present United States Congress is averstrenuous one and many people are anxiously awaiting developments In order to forecast the result of the fall Congressional elections Yet we are not in it with Great Britain Time House of Commons and the Cabinet are tXvided the House of Lords Is demoralized the King is at his wits end ttKjceep peace and the electors are looking for another general elec tion The Irish question as much as anything else dominates the situ ation The LloydGeorge budget con tinues to furnish grounds for the struggle It is curious however that it is not the character of the budget which divides the two sec tions of the Liberals and the House of Commons LloydGeorge has yielded on all points on which Irish opinion was hostile The budget for next year if brought in by a Tory Ministry probably will be more severe on Ireland The whisky tax is gone now The terror of the new race of peasant proprietors that their holdings would be mulcted under the land taxes will be dis sipated by certain phraseology that LloydGeorge promises to insert in the budget The difficulty about the matter is the part the budget is to take as n weapon in the campaIgn against the Lords Mr Redmond adheres in flexibly to his proposition that the House of Commons ought not to lose all hold of the budget until the House of Lords has defined its posi tion on the subject and until King Edward has refused Premier Asqtiith the guarantees for passing the veto resolutions in spite of the House of Lords The Cabinet on the other hand insists that it must have the budget Its members declare tIme budget is so popular with the British masses that they dare not face their constituencies without it Strong pressure Isbrought to bear on them by the commercial classes to regularize the financial situation A large amount of embassassment undoubtedly is caused to the com mercial community by the present chaos The financial element in London is all hostile to the Ministry ond the budget and Is doing Its best to add to the embarrassment of the Government The Bank of England for example which collected the in come tax from its shareholders and depositors refuses to do so any longer The result Is that the ar rears of income tax amount higher every day The Government mean time while it is unable to collect its own money has to go into the market and borrow money in vast sumsThe bulk of the Liberal party to day is radical and prepared for anything In the fight against tIle Lords But the Cabinet is essentially a moderate Cabinet Some of its members have grown conservative and timid They love the decorous rather than the revolutionary Add to this that ft good many of them Jread the effect on English opinion of appearing to be dragged at the chariot wheel of Redmond and the Irish party Add further that ninny of them have no taste for going to the King and asking him for guarantees against the House of Lords Then again going to the King is serious business The Prime Minister can not get his guarantees against the Lords by merely asking for them He is bound to recom mend the King to give them In yew of the small majority which the Government got at the last general election the King will probably refuseBut if time King does refuse the country will know about it then in the excited state of feeling which the action of the Lords is raising the name of King Edward will prObably- be dragged into the fight With all these timings in consideration the Irish party and the British democracy are going slow A disrup tion between the Redmondites and the Liberals is regarded as fraught mill much mischief to democratic progress in both countries The prospects are not hopeful at present but there still are some months before the crisis can come As Hon T P OConnor puts it the situation JS perilous but not desperate LIEUT DONOVAN WEDS Lieut Richard Donovan U 6 A and Miss Marguerite Lyons were united in marriage in the Cathedral Qf St John the Baptist at Savan nah cut Monday evening Lieut and Mrs Donovan are spending their loneymoon in Atktnta The bride ia the daughter oraml Mrs John Lyons and belongs to an old and re ipeoted Southern family The for fenate youBr Benedict is the eldest oftotr and Yra Johri Q Donovan of padto 1t Lieut Donovan received hisI early training at t forys Academy in Paducah and then entered the United Ste Mil Ury Academy at West Point From that institution be graduated Ia- ttD8 with the rash of Second Lieu tenant He was soon advanced to the rank of First Lieutenant Durh the past two years he has been stationed at Fort Screven on the At lantic coast sixteen miles from Savannah air and Mrs Donovan journeyed from Paducah to Savannah to attcnd time wedding The Paducah friends of the young army officer wish him many years of mar ried bliss ANOTHER MARTYR I Father Conrady Has raise Victim to the Dread Leprosy According to cable advices the Rev Father Louis L Conrady whc is particularly well known and be loved along the Pacific coast IIS dying of leprosy contracted while ministering to the lepers at Canton prepareihimself leperbyalthough he was at that time nearly sixty years old While he was attending the med ical college at Portland Ore an old cattle man who had known hin when a missionary in Easteri Oregon told among other how during a typical Indian tight in the Chief Joseph campaign when Indians and troops wer hiding rocks to escape the terrible fusilade without water and with the sun blazing down on them Father Con rardy crawled over the rocks forI half a mile tinder the fire of the Indians and brought water to the soldiers from a water hole These and other tales made the aged priest the hero of the class and the gradu ating exercises Were almost alto gether in honor of him lEaving completed his medical1 course Father Conrady found him self without funds necessary to carry out his proposed work Through a visit to Belgium and a two years tour of the United States he managed to raise 30000 With this he bought an island and colon ized several hundred lepers In 1888 lie went to the assistance of the self sacrificing Father Damicn and was with him at his death at Molokni Later he went to Canton where he has since remained and worked for the benefit of the plague stricken people ROMAN KNIGHTS Yearly Inspection and DrillI at Phoenix Hill Park Monday Time various commandcries 0t the Knights of St John comprising the first Kentucky district will have their annual inspection and drill at Phoenix hut Park next Monday night This event is always theI occasion fora reunion of the frIends and admirers of the locali lommnnderies and with pleasant weather a large gathering may be looked for Following the inspection there will be a number of exhibition drills and as there is a spirited but friendly rivalry there will be a dls play of maneuvers and tactics of the highest order Time inspecting officers will be Col Theo Poppe and Uljt Clem WIegand Both uniform companies of the Catholic Knights have been Invited to participate and the scene will be a really brilliant me For the visitors and spectators there will be a reception and all wIll be closed with a grand military ball The Knights of St John are a splendid Catholic organization I with five commanderies in Louisville embracing in the membership many of our leading merchants and business men A pleasant and en jo able evening is assured all who attend OPEN MEETING For Division 4 A O IIp to Be Held On April 25 The rain on Monday night causedI n falling off in the attendance at time meeting of Division 4 A O II and more than that many members rEmained at home to care for the children while their better halves attended the mission at St Louis Bertrands church In the absence of President John H Hennessy VIce President Thomas lynch occupied tIle chair and Stephen J Mc Slllott occupied the Vice Presl ential chair Stephen J Tooiney Charles Callahan and Michael Lyons vere reported ill William Callaghan made an ex cellent talk under the head of the good Of the order President lien icssy who arrived toward the clos- Ing of the meeting urged all the members to talk up the picnic to bo given by Division 4 at Phoenix Hill Park in June He also announcedI that time next meeting April 25 a would be an open one and that there would be an abundance of refreshments and plenty of stirring nusic CATHOLIC CONGRESS A dispatch from London Enpr SAys that the first National Cath niLe Congress iwill be held at Leeds from July 29 to August 2 and willI ArchJli8lhoPQfWeetmlnatetma of the hierarchy sail the Lord MayorI of London The Lord Mayor of Leeds will nterta n the Arohbiah rdMayorofrJOudbnat and will afterward accord the Con freaa a civic reception Dr Bourne will inaugurate the Congres in the Catked J 4 and will subsequently d- eur I hU presidential add jmnasa mfeting in the town ANTRIM Loughs Rivers and Mountains Are All Dear to Many Irishmen Greatest Industrial Town in Ireland Is the Populous Belfast Homo df the Galnts Causeway Is Great Show Place ol Country ANTRIM MEN IN THIS CITY The County Antrim is in the ex treme northwest of Ireland It is fiftyfour and onehalf miles long antI ansest Thetown toIpresents an almost uninterrupted succession of irregular tending along the coast from Belfast Lough to Fair Head with a narrow belt of well cultivated land between it and the sea Near Larne the mountains run down to the sea forming magnificent scenery From this plateau the land slopes inland so that many of the main streams have their source near the Irish sea and flow west and southwest to Lough Neagh and the Bann The chief mountain in Antrim is Slemish near the center of the county and memorable as the scene of St Patricks early life The moun tain is 1437 feet high Another mountain is Cave Hill 1188 feet high Cave Hill cemetery in Louis villa was named after this Irish mountain The coast nearly the Carrlckfergustocession of cliffs pierced by many ravines through which mountain streams tumble into the sea Cliffs formed of basaltic columns extend for many miles along the north strIkingdevelpment GIants Causeway the great show place of Antrim and one of the won ders of Europe Belfast Lough lies between Down and Antrim but baysIniThe hirer Bann forms time western boundary from where it issues out of Lough Neagh to the point where It enters Londonderry a distance of twentyseven miles The Lagan runs on the southern boundary for a die tance of twentytwo miles Other rivers and streams in Antrim are the xmile Water the Lame Water the Main Glenrav 11 Water the Clogh river Bush river time Glenaan Glenariff and Glenarm rivers The greater part of Lough Neagh belongs to Antrim anti other lakes within confines of the county are Lough Guile Portmore Lake and Lough Mourne Belfast is time largest town in Antrim and for that matter in Ire land It has a population of 210000 but about 10 per cent of the popula tion reside in that part of the city that lies in County Down Belfast is the chief industrial city in Ireland and Is the leading city in the linen trade Other historic towns in Antrim are Carrlckfergus White abbey Whitehouse Lame Glenarm Jallycastle Knocklayd Lisburn iPortrush Bushmills noted for its distillery the town of Antrim and iisburn Portrush U to Ireland what Atlantic City is to the United StatesCoal is found in time north end of time county The mines were worked In very ancient times as is shown by the remains of old coal pits and antique mining tools There are salt mines at Carrlckfergus and an cx cellent iron ore is found in the val ley of the Glenravel river The rugged territory from Larne to Ballycastle the territory of the Macbonnells has for centuries been called the Glens of Antrim socalled from eight ravines that extend through its mountains to the sea These are called respectively Glen shesk Glendun Glencorp Glenoan f Glenballymon Glengariff Glencloy and Glenarm- A little north of the town of Antrim is one of the finest speci mans of the ancient Round Towers of Ireland In time opinion of antiquarians time tower was built in the seventh century Of the Giants Causeway a poet has written With skill so like yet so surpass ing art With such design so just in every part That reason pauses doubtful if jit stand The work of mortal or Immortal lnndJt In addition to being a great linen market Belfast line the largest shipbuilding docks in time world COMPLETE SUOCESS rime bazar given at Phoenix mil Park for time benefit of St James church Edenslde avenue was a corn plete success ReV Father Wlllett is gratified over time reinltK which ahowa net receipts Of 3t0Q The prizes offered were awarded to the following Carrie Y16W bathroom set Mrs P Mazzonl JJadya handbag 11cr Father Dil6 i rug Frank Kirwln rocking chair Mrs K Lyons blerGi Ii Simon Nev York two loads coal AlXMdi i5 in gold Mrs Meehainj brie pair shoes At CclSelt lIetof china squire Ffcfreubuih onepound xoffbafJ candy Sehplartnlp to Bryant itratton Buftineu College was won Sc Katie Berr Tell City Ind f D KENTUOKY IRISH A1IIERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNe I Devoted to the Social and Moral Adrancememcnt of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans I Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COM Icorporaied Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY gc Entered at the Loalivllle Porto tee M StcondCl Hatter AMERICAN 31921 West Oreei St lUre t ill ConmaelcatloBi to Ute KENTUCKY IRISH Y LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 16 1910 TIlE ROMAN QtJESTIOSJ J I I The International Catholic Truth Society in its notes and comments 1 says 11 After the smoke and sulphur 1 have lifted from the scene of the recent eruption in Rome one tower i ing fact stands forth viz The im IIis 1 perative neceslty for 1apal independence 1 The Papacy is still aJI J great world power nay more it is the only really international World I IIbyII country on earth Hence it must boII v equally accessible to all since all nations must have more or less intercourse with itII I IThere are many people who have t forgotten or who else never heardI that the Papacy had been I Its temporal property by the Italian monarchy Nether do they understand that the Pope is a prisoner in his own palace Since the Italian Government became the self constituted custodian of the Holy See in spite of the Law Guarantees to which no ofII power was signatory not a single Catholic ruler has been able to vUu the Holy Father lest he become embroiled in the embarrassing entanglements that have recently I befallen two liberty loving American citizensTwo Protestant monarchs King Edward of England and Emperor William of Germany have succeeded in visiting the Pope and were accorded all the honor due their rank King Edward in going to the Vatican took the precaution to start from neutral ground the British embassy and returned directly thereto Emperor William I Imported his own state carriages and a detachment of German soldiers to accompany him through the streets of Home So too President Taft as United States Envoy with a safo conduct from Archbishop Ireland and under the guidance of Bishop OGorman managed to escape all pitfalls and he never tires of telling his Prot estant and Catholic friends about the royal reception he received at the Vatican The whole world knows how that audience was the means ot pacifying the Philippines On the other hand two distinguished American citizens a former Presl dent and a former Vice President were compelled to forego the coveted honor of a Papal audience on ac count of the abnormal condition they found existing in the Eternal City Hence the world beholds thi ex traordinaryy spectacleotrills Holiness declining to receive Col Roosevelt in spite of his desire to see him and Col Roosevelt also refusing to receive his own American friends who had flocked to Rome to meet him because he would have placed himself in an equally false position before the world This Is an intolerable state of affairs and all because Italy has Idlledinits promises to the other powers gunr anteeing the neutrality and Inde pendence of the Holy See Is it not time for The Hague Peace Tribunal to solve this Roman questionNECESSITY OF INSURANCE Considering the uncertaintyof life as regards the length of its duration says Right Rev Bishop Colton it is considered a wise thing to make some little provision at least for those of our own household whom we leave after us through means of life insurance There Is so much need ola little money when death comes and the prompt pay meat of a life policy supplies the pressing need The taking out of a policy in one of our Catholic organ zations seems for Catholics the proper thing to do from every point of view no matter how much insurance we may secure Jn the regular business companies Some persons do sot get their lives insured out of a narrow selfish apirlt They say what good will it do for metsluce I munt die to win Others will wy Looktall I have paidi Ja those many years although sometimes they are but Tery fewhnd but little will e go 4o those who have Itcihnon me It Ssaa sad comment on Human sature tikit there are many peoplet who talk like tint Twit they are un Christian at 1 Mt In act if not la word are note to ta praised much less followed PAIR OPBN DIRBOT v This ft good Catholic and good American doctrine n In an iot rriew OK tba V RooMTtlt episode in the 7 News Tribune Bishop James Mc Golrick says It was a clear case of both the Pope and Mr Roosevelt I being personally free to carry Out their own ideas Both are inde pendent The Pope is free to receive whom he pleases and Mr Roosevelt not obliged to bind himself down nny condition objectionable to Both asserted their inde and there is nothing more to it 1 do not criticise Mr Roose velts course it was fair open and direct wasIfor the purpose of imparting an education to the pupils thereof not for the exploitation of lunch counters kitchens and other equally ridiculous fads Parents want their children fed at home and if the girl wants to learn to cook she will do farbetter by going into the kitchen at home with her mother and tl1UsII be of use where most needed present trend at the ugh School I thanI1 for these innovations and as will cost money it would be theyIII the people could learn now jUst who is behind them If fully carried out i there will be much buying and selling but for whose benefit For the pupils We think not The public will approve the order issued by Chief of Police Lindsey for the suppression of unedessary noises at night Ills order refers particularly to swearing and shout ing tooting of auto and other horns and noises that would disturb nervous and sick people and the pub lie generally A few arrests and heavy fines would put an end to the nuisances Catholicity Is incompatible with Republican principles squawks Rev Tipple the Methodist Scriptural aviator in Rome Is It Dill he never hear that the Constitution of the I United States was founded on the Constitution of the Dominicans I The Dominicans are good enough Catholics for most anybody I Investigations of graft In New York Ohio and Pennsylvania are eeiationsITIleceaseless vigilance on the part of the electorate See that your candidates are honest highminded and men of incorruptible integrity Tipple is rather a suggestive name for a preacher is it not Even if he only tipples his language anent the Roosevelt episode would lead one decidelllyintempernte With the approach of May the month of Mary says the 17ilana Catholic the children should be I Impressed with the beauty ofI particular devotion to the Mother of j God CATHOLIC CHURCHES There ore 8849 Catholic churches UnitedStatesneighboring gainofNewYorktIle Bronx has 138 The city ofI Phtladelhliaboaststhere are elghtythree Catholic churches and in Pittsburg may be found sixtynine edifices There are sixtyope churches in the city of Cleveland counted fiftysix Catholic churches Baltimore has fortyseven and Cin cinnati fortysix CATHOLIC INCREASE Catholiclirectorva Catholic population of 34347027 again of 111576 over the figures of last year If the Catholics in the Philippines Porto Rico and Hawaii Ire included there Will be shown a total of 22577079 under the United populationthewith 2722647 Pennsylvania second with l49476f Illinbii third With 1443752 Maaaachunitts is next inl- ine with 1373772 Ohio 019805 Loulalana 557431 Wlaconnin 532217 New Jersey488000Mlchigan4A9451t- tIesojtri 452703 Minnesota 47427 California 391500 Connecticut 370600 Texas MS917 Iowa X42009 Rhode Island 848000 Indiana 318766 Xentneky 194 6 I l IllGFSaIrrTO LmRARY 1PConaty historical art Tie majority of the i out of point and were e- hit Bishop while abroad I PORTLAND BASE BALL CLUB I I TOP Row noARDsrAN P WIIUAMS S S POP WIIMAMS D JAilY R V DKKKSN 3 n DOHKRTY P OVERTON C IOW15R ROWDUGAN C P 11 lAltV 2 n HARPER Ml BAKER 1 P The Portland baseball club champions of the three Falls Cities for 1909 will open their season tomorrow afternoon at Portland Park with the Winchester club who were pennant winners in the Bluegrass League last season The Portland team has proven Itself capable of holding its own with any of the semiprofessional clubs in this part ff1Al Kolb left Tuesday for a ten days visit to irench Lick SpringsI Dr Max Eble is rejoicing over tho arrival of a pretty girl at his horn on St Catherine street Lawrence P Worland and Edwar tblsIweek Dan Crowe prominent in Y M 1 circles at Lexington was in Louis vllle slinking hands with friends last Sunday IMisses Bessie McGill and Nelli Gray of Newport arc the guests of their aunt Mrs James Cowherd Eastwood Miss Mary Cain who has been im with rheumatism at her home 1231 West Kentucky street is reported as improving Mrs F W Trey and son Anson of Joplin Mo are the guests of Mr and Mrs J J Caine West Broadway James L Newman and wife win were here visiting Mrs Conway have returned to their home at Frankfort A J Hanlon was among the vis itors from Louisville who registered last week at the Hoffman House ir New York City Mrs G Jacoble lias returned to her home in Covington after a wee end visit to Mrs M Murphy 1hi- I South Louisville Mrs C E Laverty has gone ti New Albany to spend the sprint months with Mrs M K Willett 821J East Market street Mr and Mrs William L McFnr land are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy at their home 2412y2Elliott avenue Charles Connor who is located at Decatur Ala arrived home last week to spend a vacation with his family in South Louisville Miss Katherine Keeley who was the charming guest of the Misssi Smith in Clifton hns returned to her home in Owensboro Mrs John OHern of Indianapolis arrived here the latter part of last week to visit her sister Mrs John Fallahay 1718 Duncan street Miss Edna Rider who was for sev eral days the guest of Miss Margaret Gibbons in South Louisville has re turned to her home in New Albany Mrs Edward J McDermott Mrs Nellie Taylor and Mrs Marian Collier were among the number from Louisville registered at West Baden this week Mrs F R Haydon and Miss Mary Sptiuldinpr of Bardstown and Miss Bertha Haydon of Springfield have returned home After a visit to Miss Marie Merlmee of Haldemnn ave nue Mrs Kate Moore who last week returned from St Josephs Infirm ary to her home at 646 West St Catherine street has almost fully recovered to the great delight of her many friends Mrs Thomas J Batman who has been suffering from a serious at tack of heart trouble has improved rapidly during the past few days It is hoped that her recovery will be complete and permanent 3frs Margaret Metcalf and her granddaughter little Miss Margaret Tynan will leave Tuesday for Reeling W Va to spend three months vistlng Mrs Metcalfeo daughter Mrs Wlllard Smith Mss Irene Louise Curran was the hostess at a theater party given Monday afternoon in honor of Miss Elizabeth Beville arid after the per formance entertained her guests at Crees Yesterday Mrs William Richards Jrgave a five hundred party for Miss Seville Councilman Michael 3 McDermott is receiving congratulations bver the arrivalof8 fine baby boy at his home on Welt Oak jttreet The cheery little Councilman from the Ninth ward now count six boys and a girl in his family The latest arrival and mother are doing nicely ChrleI frill and wife returned the tint of the reelc from Clnein itittrirera they attended the tllver lDI of Mr and Mrs Adam Bel bert of Elmwood Pine The event was a notable one aDd the cant rereary mUll was attended by many who assisted at the marriage eere stony tweBtjrflfe yearsI ago Mr llllbert is a la9Mafql hotel prow4e t1 t of Use country and are a worthy ally to the Colonels as an advertiser of Louisvilles baseball prowess Capt Harry Lally states that his boys are in perfect condition and will give the Bluegrass champions a run for their money Tine slogan of clean ball will again be their motto which is sure to be upheld by Umpire Babe Ryan who will again tor and a prominent figure in Cath ollc fraternal society circles Their many friends were given a pleasant surprise last week wire announcement was made of the mar ridge of James B White of Mon tana and Miss Annabclle Curtin tJIO accomplished and handsome laugh ter of Mr and Mrs C A Curtin which was quietly solemnized on Monday April 4 ExCounty President of the A C- Ir John A Murphy now Of Cairo 111 paid a visit to Louisville this week Mr Murphy has been mad Superintendent of the new nnll large ax handle factory at Cairo lie is well pleased with his new position but regrets leaving Louisville Mr Murphy will Itemove his family and household effects to Cairo in the near future Next Wednesday morning UIO marriage of Miss Emma P Sclimlt and Edmund F Carter of Breckin ridge county will be solemnized ut St Anthonys church at 10 ocloc1 with nuptial high mass Following the ceremony there will be a recep tion at the brides residence Tin happy couple will leave on a honey moon trip and after April 27 will boat home near Cloverport Cards announcing the marriage of Vincent McAteer formerly of this city but now one of the most influential residents of Comfort Texas and Addle Redman of Kansas City at Boerne on Thursday of last week have been received here The happy couple are now on their honeymoon trip and will come to Louisville early inlay to visit the grooms parents Mr and Mrs John McAteer USE SCREENS Keep Out DlseaselBear- Ing Plies Vat Any Cost Now is tine time to screen your houses Buy the best and see that they are properly installed Keep out the pestilent housefly and prevent disease Against these insects the dangerous qualities of which arc now well known the health depart ment has issued frequent warnings which can not however be too often repeated The disease carrying ability of the fly is what makes it dangerous Medical experiments on this point have developed astonish ing results In one case a fly one day old was chloroformed nnd trans fixed wiJi a red hot needle after which it was placed in a sterile salt salt solution One per cent of this solution was again put into another sterilizing liquid where it remained unchanged for fortyeight hoursr At the end of that time the fly was crushed with a sterile glass rod and drop plated In spite of all this process bacillus typhosus was found It is up to the housewives in cities to prevent conditions in which flies thrive They become abundant where there is light and moisture Waste foou in the home rotting vegetable or animal matter sink water and pjrease are all propagating grounds for the fly Garbage cans should be frequently cleaned and should have tightly fitting lids A little kerosene oil poured into them whether they are empty or full has a good effect Flies should be kept out of sick rooms This should be an Imperative rule Uncooked food should be screened and a vessel containing milk should always be covered Dont buy food of stores which keep fruit and other articles unscreened BLUEGRASS WEDDING Miss Paulin Worland and Bernard Yallace were united in matrimony at- St hauls church at Lexington on hursday morning the Rev Father Dc Waegenere officiating Miss Agnes Worland a slier of the brlde sea maid of honor and Misses Lena Keller and Maude Miller were the bridesmaids John Glnochlo wag best man and the ushers were Hubert Saleeam Edward Houlihan Hr and Mrs Wallace are popplar in BluegraSs society circles LIBERAL TO BOW HRS The Kentucky State bowling tour ament will begin in this city on Monday May 8 and will continue three weeks All of the games will- ie bowled at Ilae ers cltisenei- are number of public spirited eontributedtoafundfortJie8B- tertalnm8 tof the visitors Capt Al M Martin Secretary of the auUville Bowling Association sa particularly jubilant over the re eeiptofa cheek J riOaDd the fol owing letter from former County Jtaller Herman JVl Monroe My Deer Mr Martin I have al f ylb8 interested in any tehi pin loyemeht in our city wad have al1 waYI tried to help hia bumble rayf to promote the game Enclosed plMlie find my chaok for WO to be toasted to the theIo 1111 handle tine indicator The score 01 the Louisville Toledo game will be announced by innings a special wire being run to Portland Park for that I purpose Every person attending the game tomorrow will be given n souvenir by Pop Williams the Portlands adviser and guardian The refreshment stands will again be in charge of John LapallleI KNIGHTS OF COLIIBDS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Evnnsrllle will soon confer the second and third degrees on a clan of sixty Syracuse Council conferred the first degree on twentynine candl dates last week Over 100 applications hav3 been received for the Fourth degree which will be conferred at Indian apolis on Decoration day Wednesday night there was nn ex emplificntion of the third degree iIn the State Armory at Syracuse for the councils of that district Hon Charles Korbley who 1mB been renominated for Congress b the Democrats of the Indianapoli district is an ardent Knight The smoker given by New Alban Council was well attended and iis pronounced the most enjoyable affair given since the council was or ganizedState Deputy Daniel Griffin anll the Brooklyn degree team will officiate at the exemplification of tin third degree nt Rochester on Sun day April 2- 4fhepetition for a charter for a separate council at Notre Dame University has been granted The firs initiation leas been set for May 11 when a class of sixty will receive thj degrees Indiana Knights are making greaj preparation for the State Counci meeting at Gary on May 10 and 11 There will bo five State officers ten District Deputies and eighty four delegates present Nearly 400 Knights from Louisville Henderson Evansville Union town and Morganfield witnessed the initiation of a large class last Sun day at Owensboro The work wns directed by District Deputy P II Callahan of Louisville and the ban quet that followed was served in the Armory A3IERIOAN HIERARCHY Thel1lerarchyof the United States consists of one Apostolic Delegate one Cardinal thirteen Archbishops and eightyeight Bish ops The oldest prelate in point ol service in ths country is Cardna Gibbons who was consecrates Bishop August 10 1808 Bishop Hogan of Kansas City is next in rank having been consecrated a month later than Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia who was appointed Bishop in 1872 ranks third while Archbishop Ire land of St Paul is fourth his con secration date being December 21 1875 PUNISH SPEEDERS The killing of one of his altar boys by a speeding automobile has aroused Auxiliary Bishop Grimes of Syracuse to a vigorous demand for severe punishment for violators of he speed laws The mere fining of owners of 5000 machines for a ecklessness that is jeopardizing life all over tine land is not enough says Bishop Grimes The offenders should have their hair clipped and be dressed in the garb Of the penitentiary MACKIN COUNCIL flue meeting of Mnckln Council last Sunday afternoon was unimportant only necessary routine busi neSs ibelng transacted Beginning lonely night meetings will be held as heretofore the temporary change having been made in the interest of- St Cecilias bazar The membership lontest has resulted in a nice increase and Monday night there will be a big attendance to witness the initiation of the candidates FORTY nouns The Forty Hours prayer will begin tomorrow morning at St James harem Edenslde avenue and will be londucted by the pastor Rev Father Willett This is one of the mailer but growing congregations and it is expected that the beautiful evotioBB will be largely attended ather Wjllett will be assisted by a lumber of the loel clergy Many will make this tile occasion for their Irjit visit to St James church iATHBlt HflJNSEN BETTER 11ico1dHnol Rev William tanked pMtor of the Sacred heart hurchatiBeUey e Ky is reported s improved Father Hinnsen has bteen veryIU with rhtumatic rpufcli for some time lII0l4L TQNGU Spanish U the otticiol Uagmge ofi waty4nro Bartons n cow BOMB RBC 7 JCold sores will generally yield to applloatioa of 1oy CUNNING LEWIS COI t EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP t= Northwest Corner Third and Jefferson Street X Youll enjoy one particular advantage here this season in r the unusual variety of fabrics we offer Youd hardly believe X X without seeing them that so many different weaves patterns A X and colorings were made We are running two specialr f= SLIP=ON RAINPROOF GARMENTS hY Featherweight 500 J Gobardine 650 ii- s X Just the thing for spring showers Very classy a Y T J Cunning Louis Lewis T J Ransdell C F Brotzge h jrjr- X H HHX H X KKHKK 0oSPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER r to 42PIECE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to Kentucky Irish American AND 200 IN CASH M This beautiful Fortytwo Piece Southern Dinner Set is hand decorated in Jasmine floral and gold effects and any housewife would be proud to possess one of same We are offering this set for a limited time for 200 in cash and one years subscription You can not af ford to miss this opportunity to get one of these handii some sets Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green St ++N 100 10O qtI For Your 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FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladies and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIA Under the same management We productlQnshistoric Ottos Restaurant OTTO E VENT Proprietor REIULAR MEALS 20c LUNCH 15e Open Day and Night Short Orders and Quick Service Oysters In Season 445 West Jefferson Street HENRYHUHOLDJ szALU m ttulalH JIICJ SueD A HUtTCUlt SAMPLE ROOM IIN OONNItSUONL u Old WkUUM a 8pd lty 11 KEWe 1 It wtr- ai1i l1- nI f I r KENTUCKY IRIH AMERICAN Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 w JEFFERSON STREETtif TELEPHONE 810 t I It t HOME PHONE 08 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 83S East 1Jain Street D J DOUG BERTY 51 McELWOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET aNN+ON + dNNONd t J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS i 1531sbrf W MARKET STREET e ee 6e N eG N N 0e ee WEWANT YOURWORKiI Were Prepared to Do It Promptly nI I and in FirstClass Style II 0 1 PRINTINGj Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 310 VEST GREEN t3xItCZIr- e0 NN Neeeel tNNee ee Ne THOMAS KEENAN f I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night CarruEe furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers r KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY BMBi4LMBR Washing end Drawing Ladles sad ChlJdrl2naSpedelty HOME JPHON 1677 give your bays SB edacities that will pre- Pare tiles for life 5T XAVIERS C9L r Iia WcBrosdwsy LonlsviHe Ky aekeuacandnaMneMCanraeKPreparaterr kD- UaeetLarge 8wte JiBe Tool Well Hqttippcd Oy eadam Twtai Moderate Bro U1eetU4 CB THOMPSON FLORi T CI- IRoust SpctilltltyloraL I 68S FOURTH AVJSNTJ1V 1 W Telepte Mee IMe- Au =recMv rr mpt auau4 Iwtllilad x im Dont I 1A1 Dont try to keep up appear ances by SPENDING money which you know you ought be SAVING The in bearing B savings COMPOUND account toII EST Will do you mote than the APPEARANCES Be HONEST with YOURSELF Doatbca frauds Ky Title- SavingsI BankI 1mTrust PlaceOpenSaturday until otpm LENDa= WINES UQuNSr- s Cii VALS SALOON a yLx r 4 L Pas oI frstaaltow- 3g 11 saorokekatoR froa 9- t I MMN W jGMBMBXaT r11i HIBERNIANS j i What they Have Been Dolrr the Past WeekGeneral- Newa Notes Father Tim Dempsey of St Louis is organizing a cadet corps Division 22 of Hoxbhfy Mass has organized a military company The total membership of the Ancient Order In this country Is 220000 The State parade in Waterbury will be one of the best over held in Connecticut Another division of the Ladies Auxiliary will be organized lnStLouis this month The ladies Auxiliary is moving anyotllerstateConnecticut has one juvenile divli ion ot the Ladles Auxiliary organI- zed at New Haven It is doing ex ccllcnt work The annual memorial mass in Boston for tiecensed members in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross will beheld next Tuesday The Ladies Auxiliary of Indian apolis and Marion county now boasts the largest membership in the Middle West- Hibernian cadet companies will be a feature of the Massachusetts State parade at Lowell They will be formed into one division Hibernians and the Ladies Aux iliary will award prizes at the parochial school commencement ex ercises in New Britain Conp next June The Ladles Auxiliary of Terre Haute Ind conducted the lee cream booth at the bazar given last week for the benefit of St Joseph church All the State officers of the Ancient Order and Ladies Auxiliary of Indiana will attend the national convention taking special cars from Indianapolis Last year over 000000 was paid out for sick and death benefits and charitable purposes yet the order owns in real and personal property over 1000000 The Hibernians and Ladies Aux iliary of Minneapolis realized a handsome sum from the social and ball they gave for the benefit of the Orphans Home Look out for the juvenile divisions says the Boston Hibernian Upon these young people will devolve the burden of sustaining the order and carrying it forward The handsome silk American flag offered by the Marion County Board for the largest increase in membership was awarded to Division 0 of Indianapolis After defraying expenses aggre gating 10COO the Ladles Auxiliary of Cambridge Mass has on hard Including real estate and personal property the snug sum of 10900 During the past year three divis ions were added to the Ladles Aux illary of Middlesex count Mass giving it a membership of 2800 the largest of any county In tho country The reported cash balance of the boards and divisions of the Ancient Order at the beginning of the year was more than 2000000 Not a bad showing for an organization of lush CatholicsThe of tIle new build ing in Jamaica Plain Mass will take place in September and will be a red letter night in Hibernian circles A parade fireworks concert and ball will be a part of the pro jrnmme One of the eight handsome memorial windows that are to bo placed in St Josephs church at Now London Conn will be the gift of Division 1 of that city The pastor Father Iltzsimraons is an en thusiastic member of the order lien the Middlesex County Board met at Cambridge Mass the annual report showed a gain of two divis- Ions a membership of 6486 and 458000 on hand And yet 08000 iqd been expended for sick and death benefits charitable purposes and IncidentalsMt1OAULETS Tho Macauleys attraction for the first half of next week will be Mlle Genee in the musical play The Silver Star said to be one of the seasons greatest scenic productions- The ballet Is beautiful in costuming and color scheme and a striking climax is presented In the last act when Mile Renee is seen as the Queen of the floral fete Beginning Thursday and for the rest of the week Sallle Fisher and George Adams will prseent the Goddess of jilerty time last musical play of the season and said to be better than the Merry Widov- vFRIENDSIm CEMENTED Associated Press dispatches say lifelong friendship between the Irish and German societies of N v- York City has been pledged by the presentation of a 2000 statue to the United German Singing Societies by members of the Irish Societies The gift was made as a token of ofthelatlon for the participation German Societies in Robert Smmets celebrations each year The statue is a bronze of Anion by Louis iloreau THREE BLSHOPS NAMED According to Rome advises the- Holy Father on Monday ratified the nominations of the Consistory as ireeented to him by Cardinal De Lai Wehrle of asPe0fDlII1matckN Crookston Minn and the Bev Joseph F Busch ot Excelsior Minn as Bishop of I dtSD HAliRODSBURG MATZWNDEAD Mrs Kataeriiie Mallon a prom- Inent matron bf Harrodabnrg Ky died at her home lit that city on 7edBesdy Death reaulted from the uritlnr of a blood teasel The de eeaed i survived by her haeband xConncilman Jarnn 0 Mallon and a daughter Mini Kathleen Mallon TU fnaesml took phew from 8t Pat rich s ehnrefe on Thursday Tew women la HarodsbuTf wtn more JaJtr m 1 Nntil a t J riSUITSI We have now on Sale one of the choicest stocks of Clothing and Furnish ings ever brought to Lou isville Our Suits for Communion and- Confirmation were selected by Manager Kinsella with the utmost care and parents should see them before making their purchases These verylatestand prices range from 3 to 10 MS Moses Go1 JIncorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mews Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt L FOR Furniture t Of 111 Kinds at Prices the LowestII WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST c PH Of NIX HILl PARK Open For the Sensol1I NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PCnicef SocialsI Outings greatlyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management off Phoenix Hill before closing contracts ERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 SIXTH STREET FOR WOMANS EYE All girdles are wide Low shoes have higher heels White yokes will be used as much us everParasols brlghtbrassGold and sIlver braid belts are much worn rue bronze slippers were never more attractive The panel effect is again a favorite in dressy gowns The smartest belt is made of black patent leather Girdles and odd bows are seen in plain and figured ribbon For juniors the waist line remains long and the skirts are short In laces the new effects Bra hand appearanceThere is a stronger tendency to wards the once popular kimono leeveIteverlike soughtinas coats Allsilk voiles are to be had in varying widths and in a wide range of colors The tan shoe both high and low Will be even more generally worn than last summer Mats for the young girl should bo trimmed with large bows of ribbon or maline or both In nearly all now styles whether it be for outside or general wear the belt Is In evidence COUNCIL FOR CAPITAL rightsofColumbus t Frankfort one week from toraotrw The Louisville degree team headed bY P H Callahan will Confer yht thfrddegree end manY members from LouisvUleCouncllwUJitakead vantage of theooOaafontvlait- 1riluktortaad inspectl the pew lapitol aAriOuoIlrDfANflflllflp The last Chief Olt ChimMw Iridfuwwaa JdUtd Tar inifiTa t- Ba ng Micb luwtie1rUe WM a- OatUUe sad wu btptlMd more thaw abrty fetus ago by the saintljr ikop 1Juap c IcT fi IRELAND Record ol the Host Important of the Recent Eventa Culled From Exchanges The police force in County hoe common is to be reduced by thirt menHer beentransferredgarvan Dr T Blake assistant medical of AsylumhasThe late Thomas S Steen the Derry soap manufacturer left a per sonal estate valued at over 115000 D Lucyof Kilmallock line been iringrlculturolor0ff 5750 per year Much regret Is felt among a with circle of acquaintances at the deatlI at Innlshannon County Cork of Dr Henry Slorach Under the 1111of the late Col White County Wexford the CountyCavanInformation has reached Wexfon of the drowning in the Channel o Patrick J Kehoe son of Willian- Kehoe P L G The body was not recoveredMost Henry ONeill Bishop oit Dromore line contributed 50 to tin Parliamentary fund and urges loya 1I support for John Itedmond and hh colleaguesThe house of Terence Sheridan at Holies within n null e of Oldcastle was fired into by som i persons unknown but nothing sorl ous resulted The departure of Rev Michael 1 Scanlnn from Lorrha County Tip perary line caused genuine regret among the people He takes charge of the important parish of Feakle Father Murphy of Grenagh was the recclplent of an illuminated ad dress from his rceent parishioners attAghada The presentation was made in Cork by an influential depu tation At a special court in Mulllngar four young men Michael McDonnell Daniel McKeown Patrick Daly anti J lwnrd lleilly were convicted of caltto driving They refused to give bail nSvrt1 went to prison The dVelling house of a man named Tojle was completely de stroyed by idje in Naas The bark ing of a dog qvoke Toole anti he and his wife hacKa narrow escape How the fire originated is not known The Belfast Corporation has adopted an improvement scWsje in volving immediate outlay 3f 5650000 This is for the purpose of acquiring unhealthy areas and erecting thereon m9lel dwelling houses for the displaced dwellers The death has taken place atI thirteen County Sligo of an old ago pensioner named Catherine Duffy who was one of a family of five persons In receipt of the full pension All the parties lived together and their total ages came to 385 years Mrs Dominick Rogers and Mrs Lyons while engaged at pulling dulse off the rocks along the north side of the Island of Arran more known as Ballicreash were swept off by a huge wave The first named was drowned while time other waS In a very precarious condition As a token of the esteem in which he was held the people of Ballln robe parish have presented the Jlev Martin Hcaly who ministered among them for many years with an illuminated address and a golden chalice on the occasion of his appointment to the administratorship ot the Kilmaine parish In opening the Queens County Assizes at Maryborough Justice Madden said that there were but four bills to go before time grand jury three being charges of assault and one of attempted suicide It was a light calendar and he was happy to observe that It fairly represented- the general condition of the county with regard to crime SILVER WEDDING Christopher Kronmueller deputy custodian of the Court House and wife celebrated their sliver wedding on Thursday at their home 046 South Japkson street The worthy couple were married at St Martins church twentyfive years ago and their four children were confirmed there Many friends called to ex tend congratulations and wish that they might live to celebrate their golden jubilee AV H GRAY HONORED 1Vti Gray foreman of the Louisville Herald stereotyping room has been elected delegate to represent oilthelectrotypers which will meet at Omaha In June Mr Gray is an able executive and an ardent union man The Louisville unions Interests will be safe In his hands- INDIANWOLIS White nothing definite Is yet known the consensus of opinion is that Father Chartrand will be made Coadjutor to Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis His name has been frequently mentioned in connection with the Bishopric and It need not- be surprising If the high honor comes to him lIe is pow Vicar General of the diocese AMONG TIlE STARS LAfacklna Choral Club la making great progress in Its rehearsals for the coming production Of Among the Stars Those who have read the score and witnessed the rehearsals declare It to be the most iretentlou of Aulyn Kanstoas operas The cast and chorus are working bard The opera will b j produced next month MOVING riOTURBS The Casino Princess and Columbia 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AND TENTS i A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to CEtimates chaerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 i130 f4t THIRD ST Jjn ru nUtHtrHt41F44 +1f- f irt 11fII1If rantwianm Dllli- tl1u TZ f trD 84s Wet 6riA StrMt a v t t PASSION ISTS Will Celebrate Feast of Their rounder This Month Thursday April 28 will ifoe the feast of St Paul of the Cross founder of the Passlqnlst Order and will be solemnly celebrated at Sacred Heart Retreat The Rev rather Daniel C P Prior of the monastery has announced that a solemn high mss wlll bo celebrates on that morning at 930 oclock The sermon will be preached by one of the Passionlst fathers Solemn vespers will be sung at 3 oclock In the afternoon At inter vals during the day the assembles faithful will kneel to venerate the relic of St Paul of the Cross and to receive the custpmary blessing It is expected that between 3000 and 4000 people will visit Sacred liens Retreat on that day Although the is small the grounds are spacious and if the weather is pro pitious the beautiful lawn In front of the monastery will be thronged from early morn until sunset J DREW CROWDS The Mocking Bird Made Hit With Local Music Lovers Musically socially and iinancially the two performances of The Mocking Bird at Masonic Theater on Monday and Tuesday were dis tinctly successful The tuneful opera was given in aidof the Catholic Womans Club and right royally dill the friends of the club rally to its support The theater was well filled both evenings and the audience liberally applauded the performers Prof Leo Schmitt deserves great credit for training and directing the singers who were as nearly perfectas it is possible for amateurs to be The chorus work was especially goodPhil linger deserves special men tion in the double role of stage man ager and expert terpsichorean Ed ward G Mill William flax W S Barker Wilson G Andrews Mrs Andrews Miss Margaret Constantino and Miss Abbie Chester gave splen did interpretation to their respective featurwaswork UI Miss UU1IJ Collins who gave her best effor B to have the variou costumes fitthe time and custom of the eighteenth century Mrs Mattlnffl and the other ladles wh gave go much time and labor to pro mote and foster the production are to be congratulated on the success of their efforts GRAND WORK J ti1r r J New Buildings in Old Par isn toBeCpnsecratedTomorrow Archbishop Moeller will officiate tomorrow afternoon at the dedica tion of the new school Sisters Convent and rectory of St Josephs par ish Cincinnati These improvements have been in progress for an entire year and represent an expenditure of 200000 This is remarkable when it is considered that the par I ishloners arc all in moderate cir cumstances The various church societies of the parish will escort the Archbishop and the clergy to I the site of the new buildings I St Josephs parochial school was established in 1840 The pastor of I the church at that time was the I Rev Father Luers who subsequently became first Bishop of Fort Wayne During the incumbency of his suc cessor Rev Father E Stehle fifty three boys of the parochial school became priests a record not equalled by any parish in the United States Among those fiftythree boys was Henry iMoeller now Archbishopof Cincinnati The present pastor Rev William Scholl is renowned in the Cincinnati province as a builder of schools and churches ACCIDEXT PROVED FATAL Widespread sorrow was expressed Thursday when It became known that Wilson McNeal had succumbed to burns sustained as the result of drinking concentrated lye by mistake lIe lingered in agony from early Wednesday morning until late in the evening before death came to his relief Mr McNeal was born in Louisville fiftyfive years ago and always made this city his home For many years he was employed as cook on steamboats plying between Louisville and New Orleans Later ho was appointed steward at the County Jail a position he held for twenty years He was always an ardent Democrat and yet maintained at all times the good will of his Republican friends He is survived by two children Mrs Len Alerlmee with whom he made his home Wilson McNeal Jrnnd a greataunt rsJuUa Hobbs His funeral took place from tile family residence on Htfldeman avenue yesterday afternoon Many sorrowing friends followed the re mains to their last resting place in Cave lull cemetery i RECEPTION TO ORPHANS The annual spring reception for the children of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will be held tomorrow This time the services will be held at St Anthonys church The orphans will be brought to Louisville from CreSt cent dull in large vans and swill be escorted by time local commanderiea of the IChlghts of St John Solemn vespers will be urat 3 oclock Rev Father Leo Grewieh will deliver a sermon and the religious exercises win close with benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Afterward time orphans and Kalghta will be iJed Anthonysommodious ladles of the congregation will leave nothing undone to make their visit brs feel at home v lt1Y iWXY Branch 110 of the OnUioHo 1 nights opd Lank of AiMriwi will ri e tteheat Holy TjstattyJfalt i O4Mrsrket a xt ITuMday ft rnoon I and eveadarg an will welcome ell i yii r Mens Pure Wool iSrikaIned Suits For 15 they Are Hand Ttilored Scotches and- Cassimeres LEY5THIRD The Bright Spot In Louisville SOCIETY DIRECTORY c A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Mall on First and Third Tuesday- Pres1dontThomas Walsh lIce President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market PresidentC J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T Meehan Financial Secretary Jno J Keaney 1807 Dutnesnil street TreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland a President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J StevensFinancial SecretaryJohn G lies slon 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4- Meets MondaYlIBertranu HennessyVice Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 732 West Oak SecretaryDTRecording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerllarry Brady Cal1aghanOutside SentinelMichael McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIHLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays nt Pfaus Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording Me 3rodyFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr TreasurerBernard A Coll FlahertyInside Y 114 I MACICIN COUNCIL 205 rfeets Monday Evenings at Club TwentysixthPresidentJohn KenneyFirst J A CasperSecond SherleyluniffRecording Secretary Robert Os orne V SecretaryWilliamLink Financial SecretaryrFrank G damsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart from Louisville who attend The ad mission will be only fifteen cents highvlnnersfor This branch is1 one of the most 1damongItsAlbanys best Catholic citizens HOPKINS illBAEKR tanager Dustin has another ex e client programme fop next weekl when moving pictures of comedy edificemahd merit of the pictures exhibited itt aproyalIOUM8 J SBOfJBBg BIG cOONTRAOT y CaL M rrte0kiiekyt tfce welL gown Louisville railroad contractor He b U13eUJMU Mo1lredthoon- ilaet1or tiwUifoiiivbiiV odtile1- Me +C Maryland will omMtrwtt tIIh sins a eri TOM contract Stt ibJao one cI Will give emploj1Jatat to rjp iorot Ai ales t INHERITS ESTATE The Wife of a Well Known Hibernian Isln Good Luck Mr and Mrs M Vf Carrey hare returned from Union City Tenn where they Vent last week on account of the death of Christopher Kelly an uncle of Mrs Garvey At the time of his disease she was his only living relative Mr and Mrs Carrey were accompanied to Union City by Attorney Patrick T Bull van The late Mr Kelly was a shoemaker had been industrious anti thrifty and left a comfortable little estate to which Mrs Garvey has fallen heir Nothing was known here of Sir Kellys illness until the announce merit of his death appeared in the Louisville papers Correspondence followed between Attorney Patrick T Sullivan acting ion Mrs Garvey and Mayor Goebel of Union City The result was the trip of the interested parties to Tennessee Mrs Garvey had nb trouble in proving her claims and within a few hours atter her arrival was in possession of the estate Mr and Mrs Garvej and Attorney Sullivan are receiving congratulations on the success of their mission Mr Garvey Is av active factor in local Hibernian circles GREAT WELCOME For Louisville Ball Team on Opening of the Season The Louisville baseball club put its best foot forward at Columbus and the teams cxcclent showing has removed all doubts of the fans herein regard to whether we have a firs division team or not and in a11 probability another pennant winner The present lineup seems to be the strongest in the Association wIth tho possible exception of second base Soffel seeming tp be a little light for time position in the mind of everyone possibly excepting th CoxirlerJournals young man who had the nerve to say that the fans were pleased with Soffels playing last Sunday Right here it might be stated that the Evening Post deserves credit for their enterprise in getting out a pink sporting extra which is a dandy containing all the latest baseball scores and sporting news in general and is a tribute to Mr Me Farland and his able assistant Mat Foley The General Council will declare next Thursday a half holi day on account of the season open Ing and it behooves every fan iin Louisville to be on hand and root for the Colonels to down our hated rivals the Indianapolis Hoosiers Mayor Head will pitch tho first bal and good old Heinle Peltz will make a hard swipe at it and of tours miss CRUSADE IS ON Trinity Has Membership Fever in Its Worst Form Owing to tho Illness of Presiden Vie Ecker Vice President D J Hennessy presided over the meeting of Trinity Council last Monday even ing All committees made promp and excellent reports and the meta bers are looking forward with Pleasure to the picnic to be given by the council at Fern Grove on July 19 The committee in charge expects tc make it the largest and best in the history of the council The three membership teams that have been organized are all confi dent of getting in the moat members before the contest closes The colors of the respective teams are red respectiveCaptainsman and Thomas Murphy Each team is composed of nine members Eugene J Cooney made an Interest- Ing talk on the sacrament of penance FRANCISCANS TO ELECT The electors of the Province of the Immaculate Conception of the Minor Order of Conventuals in time United States w111 meet at the mother house df the order Syracuse N Y on slay 10 when a successor to the late Louis M Miller Pro VerylIlevwill be chosen Father Miller died last fall since which time pasorville has been acting Provincial The SuperiorGeneralRome to preside nt the coming elec- tion Those in a position to know ire predicting that Father Leo will be elected Provincial This will SyracuseWhile oleo at his promotion they will hate to see him change his headquarters STRENUOUS PROGRAJDIE St Josephs Commandery No 130 of the Knights of St John will reo ceve holy communion at the 630 clock mass at St Vincent de Pauls church tomorrow morning Sunday afternoon the conimandery will take part in the reception and procession in honor of the orphans of StJo sephs Orphan Asylum r Monday- night1 kA mvill take partLi In the annual I Inspection and drill at Phoenix JI111 Park and on Tuesday the Knights will attend the oldfashioned fair for the benefit of the new school of St Vincent de Paul pariah The corn mandery Inviteeailthether com manderles of the order Major Gen Michael Reichert and all members of the Catholic Knights of America to attend the fair with them FATHBR ALLH ILLS New Albany Catholics are grieved Over tine maMa ofthe Very Rev tiward Mi Jaller paitor of St X ryicliurok IIs eonfiBed15 to JtljlI fed in St BdwardM Hospital Isdoa aeeouni of Wi ackaDeedae Is frlareYetY anpMhencira ether Pallor taerht11Jt year of be seed is one of the oldest priests iai Iidltlari EtsBANKiJIx iUM I Ib l Capital Stock 10000000 3 X PAR VALUE 1000 PER SHARE tx To be sold at 1100 per share to create a surplus and cover all expenses Az organization Oft i THEsif 2 To loan money in small sums on WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS of tC thePEOPLES STORAGE COMPANY representing JEWELRY PLATE X CLOTHING FURNITURE MERCHANDISE Etc XX CO PROFITABLE INVESTMENT V An even number of shares to the PEOPLES BANK and PEOPLES X X STORAGE COMPANY are offered in small allotments to the investor thus T A keeping the control and the profits of both institutions in the same hands V Statistics of other institutions operating on the same lines in other cities y X show that 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