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I cO KENTUcKY IRISH I i j IVOIUMEXXIVNO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 23 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS REDMOND s I Is Conceded by English Press to Hold Whip Hand + in Politicso Asijuith Must Play Fair With Irish Party or Suffer Disaster All Parties and Factions Are Preparing tor New Election 1 I 1 TORY EDITORS CRYING SHAME I lion John E Redmond and hisd colleagues hold the balance of power in the British Parliament This much was shown conclusively on Thursday plionstheir second reading in the House of Commons by a vote of 351 to 240a The resolutions Wll no doubt be held up in the House of Lords until the budget is finally disposed of Meanwhile the British press is Ina a frenzy Redmond is Premier i says the London Daily Mall Red mond is the real master declares the London Times We feel compelled to take our hats off to Red mond says the London Spectator and the Pall Mall Gazette ack nowledges that Redmond Is a big ger man than we ever realized Intthe House of Commons after thetvote on Asquiths resolutions svadtaken the Tories flung this taunt aFthe Liberals Why dont you gives three cheers for RedmondeSince then the marked feature in English politics is the active preparations that are being made on allPsides and by all parties for a gen eral election in the near future The Unionists seem to regard a defeat of the Government on the questionS of reform of the House of inevitable while the Liberals do not appear to place much reliance on I the Premier obtaining such guarandtees from the King as to erative the veto resolutions on any bill passed later by the Commons J that would affect toe privileges of I i the Peers so far as these privileges are directed toward rendering nugatory and void the will of the people as expressed by the popular I chamber of ParliamentiThe Irish i 4 usual alert and watchful and are I determined not to be caught nap ping whenever the word for a dissolution a Is uttered ail Redmonds recent utterances as well as the general trend of polities have pre pared the people of Ireland for an other battle at the polls and the Standing Committee of the United Irish League has instructed every branch in the country to attend to l the organization of conventions and to select delegates at once T P OConnor one of Redmonds nblest lieutenants tells us that there was wild confusion in the House of Commons last week when the resolutions offered by Asquith were presented First just as Asquith was about to rise and make the epQch making announcement an Irish Orangeman bad proposed an amendment to the veto resolution excluding home rule from the powers to override pos sessed by the House of Lords This elicited a vehement home rule declaration by Winston Churchill and an equally vehement denuncia tion of home rule amid loud cheers by Balfour and all the Tories Thus the old home rule fight with the old battle cries was going E fiercely on as Asquith quietly and solemnly entered the house of Commons Then Balfour made the worst blunder of his whole career by interrupting JPremier Asquiths Statement by a point of order When the point of order was ruled in ijalfours favor Asquith put buck a Stieet of paper containing his an nouncements in his pocket and the whole Liberal party and the Irishmen shouted one long loud chorusI of execration at Balfours shabby trickWhen the House at 100 again wasI crowded to listen to Asqulths post poned declaration electric excite meat was in the air Forgetting their habitual reserve and nearly allI precedents and traditions the Lib eral members sprang to their ftwaved hats and handkerchiefs as Asquith walked up to the flopV of the House of Commons amid 4re jcxccploi1ceL magnificent hoe I The Tories exasperated to furyr and at the same time coed inter rupted Asquiths stateinnt at al Ttiost every word but the Liberals Lmbbriteg and Irish rjbplled with volley after volley of deafeningf cheer Again the Liberals rose to i their feet when Asqultli announc- ed1hildeterjnlnation to a sk the Ring for jramfKliate guar intee The Tories aovr beside thdtosclvea with safe shouted intuit a ter iniult aI TiiW and then at the Ii Uh mmbez 1PaId by Patrick Poi4i Paid by America nduWh dont you ehor for Redmpndlf called tins ilV He II- itInthe meantime Willie Redmond 4 ledt1thei f twtertoIh a young Tory and the moat oaten ttioua Aiuraltfer ot the tiberal and Irisbf Redmond WM held back by friendifrjjn other parta of the HOUM there were aimilat J threat of physical encounters the lAborites resent g most hotly the Tory blaek lID The whole o 5 cene was the most exciting and I violent since the days of Gladstones home rule bills I There arc certain newspapers in Ireland as well as England that inimical to the interests ot alCII rule and of the Irish party declare that the agreement between Asquith and Redmond is a sham This Is only the old English scheme f trying to divide the Irish forces AMONG THE STARS Cast for New Opera Has Been Formally Ar ranged Mackins Choral Club will produce Aulyn Kanstons new comic opera Among the Stars at Macauleya Theater on the evenings of May 18 9 and 20 and at a matinee on Sat urday May 21 Both cast and chorus are rehearsing several times a week P and the coming production prom ises to eclipse all previous efforts of the choral club Those who have eard the munic and read the score the new production as asmusical comet The cast has beentannounced as followsoMrs Ether VhedonSlater leading roles inhThe r and A Mile From Town Will have the leading female part Inbsoubrette role as Rose Stahl Abblo Chester a pretty and NlvaciousP girl of Clifton who has had experience in amateur vaudeville nd comic opera will bb seen In the ingenue role For the prima donnal role the choral club has services of Miss Wanna Long ttGNew Albany She is the possessor of a beautiful and highly cultured voice In Among the Stars she will appear as Lillian Russell The male part of the cast is much he same as last year Carl Zangphe musical director is a ttion in the role of Paderewskl or the leading male roles Mr Inn toi has divided honors about between Thomas D Clines and Charles Parsons Mr Clines has he role of Victor Moore while Mrf i arsons will assume the character offLouis Mann Patrick G Kingnl ways a favorite comes in for a gen rous part and will make up as arah Bernhardt mistress of the wardrobe Louis J Kieffer has been ssigned the role of Wllton Lackayell The character of Clyde Fitch Mr Kanston will assume The first act is known as The Last Rehearsal and the second acttis called The First Performance In the second act the characters change and Airs Slater assumes the part of Mox a maid Miss Chester is Toots auother maid Miss Long continues the role of prima donnaoMr Clines will take the part ofvred Toots sweetheart while MroKieffer will essay the role of Jiobsbrother of Toots In this the seeSond rict Messrs King Parsons and Kanston will have female roles andowill appear respectively as thepCountess of Cork the Duchess Dach and the American QueensGreat interest is being manifested and the sale of seats promises to beo argetWILL ENTERTAIN Ladles ofA OM Auxiliary to Be Guests ofEE Division 1 t Division 1 A O II held a very t well attended meeting on Tuesday evening1 Vice President William Iursphy presiding in the absence of Ih President rhomas Walsh Two cnnIdidates were balloted for and l elected A J Gorman foreman of 1 a switch crew for the J M and I j railroad who has been ill for five weeks was reported Improving John Holdcn one of the best known mean J bers of the police force was also reported ill A communication was J l received from Division 3 acknowledg ing the receipt of an Invitation to attend the open meeting Of Division i 1 on May 3- Treasurer j Thomas Keenan an nounced a slight increase in tbeI funds of the division for the first quarter Acting President Slurphy reminded the members that Division I 1 would entertain the members ofI the Ladies Auxiliary on the evening of May 3 and stated that the members of Divisions 2 3 and 4 were also invited President Thomas Walsh reported the proceedings of the latest session of the County Board nnd announced that another meeting bf tlie board would be held next Tuescidy eight at Dertratid Ball At the fortlicotning meeting steps will be taken tovarrange for the annual summer outing SAVE THEIR SLOW Augustinewas blazing early Friday morning ofr last week the fifty Sisters of Char Jty who had been driven from their beds would not abandon the build lug until they had carried all the sick ffon1t e Convent hospital into the street The convent which la one of the largest in Ohio ws eon sumed by the names But lor the tef acrifie and heroism of the Iiateril there might have been ed- o Isot Ute COVINGTON The numtroiu frimti of Rev William Rjfin paito cjtAn I church ai Covingtott yfli be pleased Jip learn that he baleoi mplet ly re eov red from hM ywent Illness Father Ryan and tha different cow miitees for jthe goMen jubilee cele f bration of St Annei Gliurcbare novr worJrinff bord for the success 0 the event which take place daring the month of AafOft FOLLOWERS f I Ot St Paul ot the CJross Will Celebrate Coming Feast Devoted Life to Contemplation I ot Our Saviours Passion jCathollcs in This Vicinage Will Visit Sacred Heartcj 11 otreatA- SSIONISTSLIVEAIISTERE LIVES Next Thursday the church baa et aside as the feast of St Paul of he Cross the founder of the Order f Passionists and that day will be celebrated in all parts of the world where Passlonist communities Here in Louisville it will e celebrated at Sacred Heart Re the Kentucky home of St auls followers The monastery is On the Newburg road and is within easy walking distance of the- erminus of the East Broadway and- iarret avenue cars The Very Rev Father Daniel Mc uire C P Prior of Sacred Heart Retreat invites all friends of the community to visit their monastery next Thursday either during the morning or aftrnoon On the occa lon of former celebrations many ersons have made their appearance early in the morning and have remained all day The grounds sur rounding the monastery are spacious and at this season of the year are particularly beautiful Its on St Pauls day a haven of rest I or the lame the blind and the at- lieted t Mothers go there tfi invoke the return to grace of erring chil dren sons and daughters pray for parents sinburdened souls appeal for help in returning to the duties II of both the spiritual and temporal Ute The great solemnity of next Thursday will be the solemn high mass at 030 oclock The officers of he mass will be chosen from the Passlonlst community her The panegyric of St Paul of the Cross will be preached by the Very R vE Father Daniel McGuire C F Sol emn vespers will bp sung at 3 clock in the afternoon At inter ale during the morning and evening ne of the clergy will blens the as I multitude with a relic of t Paul of the Cross During the f mass and vespers many clergy from ther parishes are expected to be 1 resent In the community chapel Since the chapel is comparatively mall hundreds of the faithful will be unable to enter during the mass r at vespers Those who are forced J o remain outside will venerate the relic in the open air when the priest appears to bless them The full title of the Passionists is Congregation of the Discalced Clerks of the Most Holy Cross and Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ St Paul of the Cross founder of the order was born near Genoa Italy in 1C94 He put on the habit 1 of the order in 1720 with the sane 1 ion of the Bishop of Alessandria l The habit resembles that of the I clergy over the soutane hangs a heart suspended from the I neck with a cross above it a bUick leather strap girdles the waist In 1721 St Paul went to Rome to obII tain sanction for his proceedings This sanction was withheld for SOT oral years during which time St Paul was ordained a priest He spent his time doing Works of char ity in and about Rome It was not until 1737 that all ob jections were removed and lie removed and he established lila first monastery at Argentaro Italy Pope Benedict XIV in 1741 confirmed the rules of the order Later Pope Clement XIV presented the community with the house and church of Sts John and Paul on the Coellan Hill There St Paul died on April 28 1775 His great objectI in life was the conversion I people of England In 1842 his fol lowers obtained a footing in Eng land and their first English Pro vincial was a convert from the Anglican creed There are now at least six Passlonist convents jnl England one in Scotland and BCT eral in Ireland The order was introduced into theI United States in 1852 when the first community was established at Pitts burg Later houses were estab lished at Dunkirk N Y WestI Hoboken N JJ Baltimore Cincin nati St Louis and Louisville The house at Pittsburg is still the novitiate of the order in the UnitedII States The order alto has founda tions In Mexico and South America The Uvesof the Passlbnistsl are very austere They fast three days every week besides Lent and Advent they wear only sandals in the convent they rise at night to recite matins arid indeed recite the office in choir at all the cappnleal hours i TheydlrMe their tiMe between coiK templation and action and are lade ftlpble tn iing nisioni and ye 5treatliving in community WAV YARD MASS Arranfementa are befog ieceete- S I f aee oeiple- l aJI1 annual inlbfriry flea mass twhiIcl l pn1lMftonalSundayf er Barrack in the Brooklyn flM y- iardy Tne BMM will be under the- o auspices of Gloucester Naval Camp Spanish War Veterans assisted by the Long Island Chapter of the Knights of Columbus Several uni fraternalnndInified their intention of being prps ent this year A CALLED SUDDENLY Larry Gatto Answered final Summons On SundayM Larry Gatto one of the best known and deservedly one of lie most popular of the ItalianAmeri ans residing in Louisville died rather suddenly although not altogether unexpectedly last Sunday evening Heart failure sup rindl1eell by an attack of acute indigestion was responsible for his death Illstwife and children were with him when the end came The news ofbhis death roused widespread sorrow throughout Louisville for Larry Grit to was charitable public spirited an able business man and a devout AMrltalyquite a child he camq to America j with his parents The family rewsided temporarily at Boston andc jLouisvilleh ago Young Larry was compelled to leave school at an earl ago to help make a livelihood fbr tie family lie sold papers and blackcI shoes and Was never ashamed o jrit in after life He knew the vahe of a dollar Nhishis majority he embarked in the saloon business and was successful from the startmAlthough he amassed a comforta j ble fortune during the past thirty years Mr Gatto did not neglect his religious duties at any time and be was always a lover and promoter ofw Tkncxwnj o mtlonalgame of baseball from the sAtlanticc His wife and three sons William Larry Jr and Arthur Gatto sur raryLuvlsiThe deceased was always a devout Catholic and died as he had lived a true Christian Ills funeral which hWednesdaylargely attended The high mass ofa Very11evsermon which followed Father Rock admonished the living and at the same time paid tribute to the life and character of his deceased friend and parishioner 1NifiANAll Convention of the Knights of St John Next Month I The State convention of the Knights of St John of Indiana will be held in Mount Vernon on May 1 and it is expected that from twelve hundred to fifteen hundred Knights and a large number of visitors will be in the city The programme will begin at 0 oclock with a solemn high mass at St Matthews church after which the convention will befformally opened After dinner a pajade of the visiting commanderies will take place to be followed by a series of prize drills on the Court I House lawn Tills competition is open to all visiting commanderies except the Sixth Battalion The first prize in this contest will be 50 second 25 and third 10 The ommanderies of the Sixth battallok will hQld a separate contest and trophies will be given the winners All O rtheBtate also Catholic I societies are making preparation toJJ l go to Richmond on May 15 10 and 17 to attend the jubilee of St JosephB Society and the Staatsr Verband convention PIQNEEB ItESIDENTC DIES Mrs Elizabeth Schaulte a pioneer resident of Louisville died at the family residence 430 East Jefferson street on Tuesday The deceased Waif eightythree years old mlhaIlived in Louisville seventyafx year J Her 1iu iban l Fredericlc llaitlJea pilpnteer tfUnk manufacturer died fourteen yeara sgo Pour datign ter Wvtve They are xteA1t1esind Eleanor flohaulia 0J ihia pity Sister Bnphraiia of this raCtfi- i Lbretto Kansas City iand Slates Alexin of the cademy of lipretto Pueblo Cal The funeral took placei from St Boniface cburch on Tnnre diy dlnd was very largely attended ATRSTBe- loyed I Indiana Pastor Sank Peacefully to Eternal Sleep Spent SixtyTour Years in the Service of the Altar Built Many Churches and Gave Much in Charity BIG THRONG ATTENDS FUNERAL The funeral of the Very Rev Father Edward M Fuller rector ot St Marys church New Albany who died at St Edwards Hospital on Monday evening took place yester day morning The Right Rev Denis Donaghue Bishop ot LouisvUle and an qld friend of Father Faller pro nounced the final absolution The sanctuary of the church was filled With clergymen and the body of the edifice was thronged with lay friends of the dead clergyman Protestants as well as Catholics as sembled there to pay their last re specta to the deceased priest who had proven himself a progressive and publicspirited citizen as well as a man of religion In New Albany the death of Father Faller is regard ed a public calamity To him more than to any one else is New Albany indebted for its handsome St Edwards Hospital Father Fallers death was due to he ailments of old age He did notI appear to have a pain or an ache ut sank quietly to rest like a tired child lIe had been weakening gradually and his death was by no means unexpected Father Faller was born at DarrI lsace Germany on January 3 1821 ie received his preliminary educa ion in Europe but came to American 1840 He went to Vincennes Ind here he finished his ecclesiastical ourse in the theological seminary Te was ordained by Bishop De ha- urlandiere in July 1846 He labored as a priest for a short time at Lancsville Then he was sent toIFort Wayne where he built StIMarys church While at Fort Wayne Father Faller also organized numerous German congregations inI orthern Indiana In 1857 he was transferred to New Albany where ho built St Marys church which will long remain a- onument to his memory Six years later lie was transferred to Terre Haute Ind and after seven years there went to Cannelton There lie remained until 1877 in the mean hile building a church and rectory o this work he contributed 6000 f his own funds In 1877 he Was ent to Tell City finished ibuilding a hurch there and also built a par sonage and home for the Sisters who taught the parochial school Tilts work took 18000 of his private means In 1881 Father Pallor was assigned to Madison and later to North Vernon where ho built a church and gave toward it 8000 of is own money Two years later lie as transferred back to St Marys t New Albany and there lIe re malned as pastor until lila death In 1888 the Right Rev Bishop Chatard appointed Father Faller dean of the district that includes Floyd Clark Harrison Crawford and Madison counties During hisi last pastorate at St Marys he gave 10000 of his own means toward re furnishing the church and in 1801 he built the present parsonage and gave it to the church Inrgestdonor possiblehndWhen the news of his death was communicated to Mayor Greene of New Albany he ordered the city bells tolled for an hour as a mark of respect The remains of the deceased priest reposed In State in St Marys phurch on Thursday From early morning until late at night a continuous throng viewed the remains Many from other cities to attend the All the societies of St Marys congregation the Y IUJand members of the Knights of Columbus and Ancient Order ot Hibernians were in attendance OBRUNTrItALNOfl Miss Mayme OBrien and John J Trainor will bo married at St Charles Borromeo church the Rev Father Charles p Ratio officiating at 8 oclock next Wednesday room ing Nuptial mass will follow the marriage rite Tim attendants will be MIsS Edna OBrien and J C 0Brlen sister and brother of the thebridalbreakfast at tk feome of the brides parents S61S fiwine street After a honeymoon teur of the Northwest beginhousekeeping The brideelect is the etiming laughter of Officer Tom OBrien anti the fortunate young wuti1ireprejenUaive of the F1sber Lc- toveCornpiny CoroMD lDUt8TRIALSQI1Jo The Catholic Booed of Minion Among Colored P opWiaV flu uei jiiong in BalUinrealltweekMtermined to establish a rellglouil and peopleIn0 sided at the meeting of the board nnd the project received the hearty approvalI ot Archbishop Parley j of New York Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Bishop Allen of Mobile Bishop Byrne of Nashville and of Archbishop Bleak of New Orleans who sent a letter commend ing the idea The idea originated with the Rev Father John E Burke Director General of the mission work among negroes ANNUAL FEAST 1 ror Children of St Jos ephs Orphan Asylum Is Past The annual reception in honor ot the children of St Josephs Orphan uVsylum toek place at St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market Schildrenter of the city from the asylum in large vans On arriving at Eighth and Jefferson the vans were met by St Michaels Commander Knights of St John a band a squadron ol mounted police and the two Uniform Rank Companies of the Catholic Knights of America These with the other six com mahderies of the Knights of St John acted as an escort to the orphans until St Anthonys church a was readied On arriving at that edifice the Knightly escort opened ranks and the neatly clad orphans entered the church and were assigned to pews reserved for them The escorting Knights Trustees ot the asylum and other friends and i benefactors of the institution were assigned to appropriate places Sol with OFatherCMarysJllehiardWuerthi i rBerrcsheimThe sermon was preached by theoRev Father Reuff of St Vincent doa Pau church The religious cere mony concluded with benediction of singing orphans and congregation joined with the choir Prof C Kellros di rected the choir and provided au PAfterKthetoken to St Anthonys school hall jin where the ladles of St Anthonys Cdinnerj wdentall and invited thorn to partake ofo Jlentji the Orphans Society for thirtyfive Ij years before becoming President ot ESebastianSt KThemembers of the Uniform Rank C K of A were entertained In the j Sbyj the visitors left hungry or thirsty RHODE iLANDC Knights of Columbus Pay Homage o Gov Pothier l The Knights of Rhode Island Arnmdheld in their honor at Providence in Infantry Hall The twentyone councils of the order in the State united for the occasion under the auspices of the Rhode Island State Council and the Lecture Bureau The citizens from all parts of the State attended The scene was a brilliant one when the official party entered the ballsto the strains of Hall to the ChiefoThe large gathering of men andll women cheered enthusiastically as the Governor escorted by State Deputy Joseph F Cole marched at byLIeut i MayorMullenhigh officers of the Knights of Columbus The prevailing colors Inathe hall were the red white and blue of the country the purple andbWhite of the church while the State flag appeared conspicuously in many places At the conclusion of the reception the band struck up the Star Spapgled Banner and the Fourth degree Knights with raised swords rendered the salute to the flag The immense gathering arose as one man and remained standing while the band played the national E anthem The function vas the event of the year in Catholic social and fraternal circles and surpassed lthingKnights of Columbus in the State 1 There was a large attendance and the scene was a brilliant one BISHOPS JUnUEEII I Last Tuesday the Right Rev nVi J Glorieux Bishop of Boise IdahoII celebrated the twentyfifth aunt versry of his consecration The Catholics of Boise lied prepared a llttingoobservance of the sUrer Jubilee of their faithful 8nd good shepherd ASSUMES NEW CHAKGE i The Reri Father Thomas McGwire i hag been appointed pastor of St Peter church1at J tanlejy Dvieaa county to suece dthernev JViUier McEeaM7 who waa compelled to- go Weft on account of 1JyUMli Patlter 3Cc Quire te an earnest and fK eaafnl frorker Bad iriUflud mpla field for bli tatenta i Dafieiw county APPLAUSE Won by Knights ol St John at the Annual Drill and Inspection Plcnsnnt Surprises Furnished Friends of This Great Order Preparations to Entertain theJ Grand Commandery In Progress EyERAt PRIZES WERE AWARDED The seven local commanderles ot the Knights of St John held their annual inspection and drill followed by a dance at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday night The many friends of the Knights were on hand to witless the drill and the spacious halt was appropriately decorated and illumin ted for the occasion The Knights of St John is composed of Catholic men banded together in a fraternal insurance society In the North and East the Knights are made up of the bettor class of men of all races In Louisville and vicinity the majority of the Knights are Germans or of German descent The commanderles assembled at 8 clock and were commanded by ol Theodore Poppe Adjutant on Clem Wiegand and Col Bates The commanderles fornedas a regiment and gave a regimental drill i ho inspection followed with Col Henry Felhoelter the first Colonel f the regiment and Joseph Blochcr s inspecting officers All of the commanderios showed up in excellent style but the exhibition made by St James Commander known as the Baby Commandery evoked both surprise and applause Another pleasant surprise was the drill put p by St Michaels Cadets from St eters church The cadets arc made up of boys that will be the future 7 nights of that parish The exhibition drill followed and this the commondery from St Martins church under command of apt Frank Brlnckmann St Ed ards Commandery of St An- honys church under the command f Capt Louis Wernert and St ames Commander of St Eliza eths church took part The shoving made by each company was excellent ond the drill put up by St- dwards Commandery was all the ore remarkable because the- nights had been drilling only two onths Capt Frank Brinckmahn who had charge of the Commandery from t Martins church was awarded prize a gold badge emblematic of the order The second prize a handsome watch fob presented by- 1111am Rueff was awarded to the- aptain of St James Commandery The presentation speeches were made by Col Henry Felhoelter After the formal ceremonials were concluded the Knights and their ladies enjoyed a dance until nearly midnight All who assembled were pleased with the drills and the in creased attendance showed that in terest in the order was on the in crease in Louisville The Grand Commandery of the Knights of St John which includes every commandery in Kentucky will meet in Louisville on the last Sun day in May to be exact May 29 It has not been definitely decided Where the gathering will be lucId but very probably at St Martins Hair Gray street near Shelby It will be the annual meeting of the rder in this State and many visit ring Knights are expected Cora monderies and delegates from Newport and Covington will come to Louisville by boat and trains arriv in ing here early on the morning of May 29 Delegates to the Grand Commandery are expected to arrive i on the evening previous Grand officers delegates visiting nd local Knights will attend a high mass on Sunday morning There will e a grand street parade prior to the business session in the afternoon The reports of the Grand offlcals will show that the order is procgrossing favorably in Kentucky DEATH OP HERO PRIEST The Rev Father Thomas J Fltz I gerald died in New Orleans on Mon day night lie was only thlrty fivo years old but was dearly beloved by the people of the Crescent City ie was known there as the hero priest During a race riot In NevInegrodesperadohimself in a house and poured volley after volley upon those that apcproached the building JJather Fitz gerald calmly faced the danger and administered the last sacrament to a policeman who had been mortally wounded ALLEYS COMET RISING All over the country gastronomers are giving time and atteotioaf to Baileys comet l orUw benefit of our readers we print the foh1owiok schedule of ts appearance issued tobaervatQryWeek 335 0 Monday 3j1l Tuesday 3nWednesday J 3 rrhu rs4ay Sii9 Fridayi 3185 Saturday 913 Week of Miy J ijRlaJi310 ondarIXr 35 W- Yedneiday 3Q1 Thursday 858 Trldaj 185 1 u I STlTTYSCbtY IRYSH AMERIC AJS u IKENTUGKY IRISH flME lGfiN devoted to the Social and Moral AdvMceaiemea of Irish Americans ad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Kaignts of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bnlered it tbt Loulavlllt Poit Hlca a SecoadClMjrUtty Urell illCo mualetileni to Ibe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Orcee St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 23 1910 UNITY is Tim worn I The time is at hand lot nil 4 factions of Irishmen to get togeher In support of Redmond and his Irish I Irish party In Parliament If Emmet J or Wolfe Tone were alive today they would support Redmond Were the shades of Mnngan and Davis permitted to return to north they would slug the praises of Itedmbnd and his collen abShiel would plead the rouse In i oratorIII t oratoryLet Redmond have his way The English used ts make the Irish fight their battles Redmond has turned the tables learning by the expert theecommon electors of England Scotland and Wales to deprive the Peers of their powers and the Peers will not submit qufotly unless they see ovcrswsclmlng force against them King John did not grant the Magna Charta because he wished it but because he was beset by an overpowering force Magna Charta came then without bloodshed The physical force party in Ireland hacked by those in America and Aus tralia paved the way for Parnell and Redmond What has the Irish party under the leadership of John Red mond accomplished There are now 000000 farmers in Ireland auto pay no rents to landlords That means something It means that Irishmen everywhere will not rest until Otery foot of soil belongs to the sons of Erin until her repre sentative men make her own laws independent of British rule UPROOT AXAiioinr F Former lrobate Judge John H Batten presented some forcible truths before the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago lust Saturday Among other things he said Xo anarchist should be permitted to lllu ellis foot on American soil Let us teach everyone who comes to our shores with the intention of making the country his home that u this Js a land of liberty but not of licensea land of liberty but always a country where the law must be respected rind obeyed Love of home country duty and God are the noblest wors the human tongue I can utter In this twentieth Fenturyand during the latter part oTlhe nine prr1QnsI are the antipodes of the pilgrim I fathers They do nobeltere in futur1llCeI ment 17ieydo not believe in law I and order They sneer and ridicule I those Who dgThese people must I he made to obey the law as long as they remain in this country When I t Inc hand of the assassin strikes down the Chief Executive of this nation and attempts to take this life of the Chief pf Police of this city or attwnptjsKtqtnke the life of any citizen no matter how humble he may be the punishment ought to be so swift ond certain as to compel the anarchist to obey and fear the law if lhe docs not respeot t- All this Judge Batten said in re sponse to the toast Our Country He might have gone farther and ad Inonished his audience to aid in stomping out Socialism for the homegrown Socialist is as dangerous to the welfare of our country a8 Is the1 exotic anarchist In many respects the foreign anarchist is less dangerous than the Indigenous Socialist TUpy arc both foes if liberty and ought to be uprooted i C HIGH SCHOOL 1 lSa Pertinent to the issues before the theudeclaration made by the Rochester Catholic Citizen that not so long ago any pne who ventured to protest I against the educational flldsI introduced Into our socalled public school system was regarded a1l an old fogy and allbtit the most I slrenaous advocates pf this Three Its were reduced to lericeA de n aided reaction taw now st In and as fill Miles one hears tjie demand for mare practical elementary edu OftUQDall pralM for those teach Jewho rem favor of acceding to- ItTha Chicago InterOcean aays I thMt il4 name ofT9hnTJ16XII Chairman pf Local Sehool Board Xo 116Rbprotiih of tXit Bronx few j YoVtWinwW go thundering down the halls pf fame for hppoteiii J agatiMti that feature ofQUr 4neft ttonal system which subordtnater flraouiaar to gra iboppers reading 0 to cnterplllers spelling to goldenrod arithmetic to bullfrogs and penmanship to tadpoles PROPER MEDIUM In the industrial world there are many defects Labor has a right to organize for organization is Its only weapon of defense The law has l111lImtesl t1llJputesjII Ileagues may temporarily adjust these strained relations but they can not cure industrial ills until nIl recognize the individuali soul question of responsibility to neighbor I until the standards of Jesus are the standards of men Conscience not ambition justice not greed value not privilege must be the medium I of exchange between employer and employe between customer and denier and between man and man HITS SOCIALISM HAIII The Boston Pilot speaking of the crusade which Archbishop OConnell has started against Socialism has this to say I It is fitting that the Catholic church should stand at the head of I nil investigations for the church that has studied the philosophies oII all the past centuries knows them all by heart knows their values and is able to detect and expose the defects in them those vagaries an illusions which invariably hang II I about theories of mere human origin I- She I I is thus competent to recog nine the charlatan who exploits thei simplicity of too many workingmen i I drugging their intelligence wit Utopian schemes with tales of t- hIitimesi more and earth shall know only one long em of luxury and Idleness Petty polities having its fountainI head ih the Board of Aldermen is e1tJrJveI I contract for furnishing feed to tIle i I city stables Mayor Mend line thusI I far given the city a first class busi I ness administration and his policy If adhered to ought to be supported Councilman lien J Sand deserves commendation for his effort to make Ir I the administration maintain its stand above petty and partisan I politics John 0 Shea editor and publisher lot the Memphis Catholic Journal died at his home in that city on Wednesday Tho deceased was fiftyfive years old and was prom inertly identified withi State and cityr polities In Tennessee Ills death ii- a is loss to Catholic journalism iinII bereavel1II heartieisympathy I nouncedlhis1n I II I of Penn- Sylvania ire is now Lieutenant- Governor I and resides at Johnstown Ji I The cost of taking the United States census will approximate about 5000000 GREAT WOKK Dominican Orators Bring Many Back to True pdid Tlie two weeks mission at St Louis Bertram church will be ibroiight to a close at the services that will begin at 730 oclock tomor row evening If the attendance dur ing the first week which was for surprisethe prised by the splendid attendance of men during the preset week Men who have to orln foundries machine shops and on the streets al day have attended the lJ1ornlltgandthenappeared nt the services every even themlIaegonoMeagheranttdone great work here they will ba welcomed whenever they return unIEOONPBl ATE SPVr l = orpnlzand hoen of SJ Peter i IBlashr will appear tlTJ1e Confederate Spy at nightyMay1 IntroducingI their own company of singersl dangers eomediana and dyFV4ntale The UduIiJftt C4aNand Ir the 6b do Tof the Jtoekte n iY On r rpI4wiw a + iL SOIETY il8ASS 1 i Mrs William Glenn of Oakdale Is I in Nashville visiting her parents l Mrs Stella Murray was last week the guest of friends at West Point I Miss Katie Murphy has been vis iting Miss Johnnie Turner at Owens boro I Mrs Hugh Cox has returned from I a visit to her father Capt W P Conner at Owingsville Edward T Boslcr lleft j Wednesday to spend the remainder of theweek nt French Lick Springs Miss Ella Kowenberghe has re turned from a visit to Mrs Ellen Johnson at New Haven Mr and Mrs Phil Thompson of Clifton had as their guest last week W A Colvin of Chicago Miss Katherine Welch of South Louisville has been spending a week with relatives in the West End lIlss Josephine Greenwell of New Haven tins been the guest of Miss Mnyme Henning 1124 Fourth ave nue rrRiT II Kinberger of Marydale has been spending the week with her sister Mrs Harry Soete in Mhdison Ind Miss Elizabeth Brennnn of the West End spent last week in South Louisville as the guest of Miss Dominica Blanford Iirs John OHern who spent sev eral weeks here visiting her sister Mrs Joint Fnllnhay has returned to her home in Indianapolis Mrs Edward J McDermott and Miss Eleanor Harris arrived home the first of the week from n ten days sojourn at French Lick Springs Mrs Barbara Wempe announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Clara Wempe to Carl Rehm Both are well known in German so ciety circles Miss Ivy Glenson who has been suffering from an attack of appen dicitis at her home 1621 King street improvingadanger Anthony J Bawley celebrated hi- I birthday with a party for his bachelor friends Mr Rawley proved a delightful host and served lemonade nnd cake in abundance enh tertain its friends with a reception and euchre next Thursday rafter noon and evening nt the new home of Miss Mary Slmughnessy in Chit jton Col Darwin Johnson anti wife nUll daughters Misses Martha anti1 Louise moved out last Friday to their country home at Pewee Val ley where they will spend the sum mer The many friends of Col AY JSeinojiin who has been ill at his home in Jeffersontown will bei pleased to know that his condition is Improved nnd he expects to be out again next week ExDetective Michael Ahern whoI has been ill nt Sb Anthonys Hos pitalI for a fortnight has sufficient1 recuperated to be removed to hl I home His friends are rejoicing over his speedy recovery I I Mr and Mrs Edward Fisher willII close their home in Portland Ma 1 and leave for tacit summer nome Vat Velpen Ind where Mr Eisher SulphurSprings IIStepllen J Topmey rt prominent iiiseriously at the home of ld I brother John J Toomey on Wes- St Catherine street and his friend- are apprehensive about his condition IILittle Miss Mary Margaret Ileife SherifftlDemiisi seriously illat the home of her par West Chestnut street iIs progressing favorably toward recov cry The Slate capital was I many from this city last week EugeneBegleyers Charles D Hoertz D F Mur FGraingerAnnouncement has been made of the approaching marriage of Dr J Ray Bpptie time well known New haven dentist and Miss Gertrude Stoker a popular nnd accomplished willbemorninga nuptial mass Both have a wide willbeseason jn Nelson county A pretty wedding vas solemnlz6d Wednesday RyanRevceremony and the church was thronged with xelatives and friends of time worthy couple After a 1100Westresidence streets where they are at home to their friends FOR ERISH DAy The AWMlated Trlsli Qrjji nVationa of Cincinnati have issued invitations to all the atfllitiemtiocietl atoselect1 delega4ea io arrange for thq celebration of Jri ht day Pr Tbomafi 4 jlqrt it President and nothing will bif overlooked to make the celebration the moat memorable la CineinniU Irish affairs It will take place about the middle of August I b Confirmation GirlsSjl Patent Leather Shoes and Strap Pumps and White Kid and Canvas Slippers for Girls Patent Leather and Dull Kid Shoes and Oxfords for Boys 200 TO 350 BOSTON SHOE CO INCORPORATED 441443 FOURTH AVENUE INTEKESTING VOIllei Louisville Priest Produces Book on Thousand Subjects A Thousand Subjects is a new book from a Louisville author the lien Father Daniel J McShane Father McShnno plays no favorites but deals with religious and secular subjects impartially For several years lie has been chaplain of Sacred Heart Academy St Matthews POJefferson county Kentucky und ninny of his writings and discourses have appeared in the Record from published approved by the Rev Dr George W Schuhmnnn Censor and Very Rev Tames P Cronin Administrator of the diocese As the author says there is nothing in his book to of fend Jew or Gentile It is not Jn the line of controversy except when the truth requires itsIn short A Thousand Subjects is a plain talk for plain people It andsits remedies with religious and sec ular education the manner of as certnlning the truth nnd of finding the true church It tells of the Indestructibility of the church of sal vation of death of devotion to the Blessed Virgin and a final discourse on what Catholics do and do not believe This earnest and interesting little volume is for sale at the store of the Charles A Rogers Book Com pang 416 West Jefferson street The price is 1 per copy FITTING FINALE Mackin Social Crib Closes Season WithlBanquet As a fitting finale to a very sue cessful fall and winter season Mum kin Social Club Held a banquet at the nightyclubsenjoyed the feast and the flow of oratory that followed L Sherley Cuniff one ot the scintillating comets of the club acted as toast hadeintroduced Dr JA Casper who dc livered the opening address He was followed by J Earl Heilly and then by Grand President Robert T Burke M Fallahay Thomas Gilligan anti John T Kenney resident of spokessocialtseasonsSupreme Director James T Shelley delivered an address on the good of interestrto the younger members because Mr Shelley was the first President of Mackin Council and has lead a long and varied experience in Y M L affairs Before the festivities were brought to a close all those around tIle banquet board hind been forced to say something commendatory ot time club and its good work FORTY nouns iRev Father Fitzgerald and the Catholics of Highland Park have made every preparation fdr the Forty Hours adoration which be gins at the high mass tomorrow morning at St Leos church The sanctuary will be brilliantly lighted and beautifully decorated by the ladies of the Altar Society and i1 number of priests will assist Father Fitzgerald nt the various services which will conclude Tuesday The Forty Hours will also beotiserved at St Augustines church Fourteenth and Broadway and Rev Franpls Feltcii expects the church to be thronged from the oepnlng tomorrow morning until the close Tuesday Here the choir will ren der a carefully selected musical pro gramme FATHER MURRAY LEAVES Many In this city and throughout the State will be pained to learn that Rfsv Thomas A Murray for merly of St Ccillachurehtltlscity but for the past sear pastor of the Church of Our Ladyat Camp belleille has eenobllgedto leave the diocese on account of ill health Father Murray has been an lade- fatigablet worker and as an Absolute rest Is neoewwry he has taken the advice of hie BUhop pnd phyrfeJan and will 1eavfjlQr Nnn ylmnla where hisXentacky friends lope hf will soon be restored W pwfeet e 1tbJ J KK6PKC8CW MATROX MBAD airs 2 Anna Corcoran fifty years ot ace and a regiectedmatron of u I l Ithe West End died at the family residence 1224 West Jefferson street early Wednesday morning She isI survived by four children Mrs Owen Sullivan Martin T MAL nnd William Corcoran The funeral took place from St Patricks church yes terday morning and was attended by many old friends of the family IRISH ENVOYS Will Attend League Meet Ing in Early Fall Iron John R Redmond lender of the Irish party in Parliament has cabled John OCnllaghan National Secreatry of the United Irish League of America that he will come to the United States with his lieutenants T P OConnor and Joseph Devlin to attend the fifth annual convention of the league Owing to time com plicated state of British politics the date of the convention has not yet been settled upon New York City Washington Baltimore and Buffalo are clamoring for the convention The last convention of the league was held in Boston in September 1908 The coming of a trio like Redmond OConnor am Devlin to America will give a fresh impetus to time Irish cause It is likely that all three will visit the larger cities in the United States be fore returning THE SIMPLE CO3DIUXIOX The International Truth Society whose headquarters are in New York has received permission from time Catholic Truth Society of Lon don to reprint in the United States a number of the latters able and timely publications One of these Is The Simple Communion Book a little brochure written by Mother Loyola of the Bar Convent York England The booklet ought to be particularly welcome just now when so many children are preparing for their first communion The book 1Is ordinaryCatechism tains many things bearing on the necessity of receiving our Divine Lord worthily The booklets are only five cents each but can be bought for 3 in 100 lots Address the International Catholic Truth Society 407 Bergen street Brooklyn NY PICTURES FOR KNIGHTS Uniform Rank C K of A will hove a benefit In the form of n high class motion picture entertainment at time Broadway Theater Broadway near Shelby street on Monday and Tuesday evenings May 2 and 3 Special attractions will be furnished and there willbe a change of programme each evening The funds that ac crime will be devoted to the purse set aside for the trip to Nashville- CONFIRMATIONS The Right Rev Blsliop ODonaghuc will begin administering the sacra ment of confirmation to the various classes in the Louisville parishes mornlnsirot the Cathedral and in the afternoon at 330 oclock he will confirm a large class at St Boniface church VICTIM OF ARDENT Edward Tracey who sustained a serious Injury to his right toot when run over by a truck at the American plantInt progressing favorably He JSlltlU parents11rSixth street JeffcrsohvUle ST XAVIERS BOYS WIN St Xavler s College team won a II1ghSclloQlSaturdayItScholastic League and was played under difficulties The game against the Louisville High Schoolon owlngfoinclement COfc WHAMBY HOME returnedbomespendingtwo ColaWballeaandhRII returned in the beatofhealth Since his return he has ne Qstfred many congratulations on j5recover- yOt1aY1rA1rVT beenillWIthtyphoid1 attheti TEW 1EVrThe Household Club Plan extends to its clientele the most liberal and convenient credit plan offered in a dry goods store for the purchase merchandise It is he only way by which a large account can be opened with a small cash outlay followedby monthly payments regulated to suit the convenience of the customers Home furnishings of great variety can be purchased including Furniture Rugs Carpets China Upholstery House Fur nishings etc The stipulated payments are as follows Ten per cent is paid at time of purchase Purchase to 25 payments 4 per month purchases 25 to 50 pay ments 6 per month purchases 50 to 75 payments 7 per month purchases 75 to 100 payments 8 per month STEWART DRY GOODS CON Incorporated W CONNECTION WITH JAMtS McUKEEBY UU NEW YORK SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 42PIECE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to r Kentucky Irish American lj AND 200 IN CASH 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 handsome sets Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green St + N+NO 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Street WINES LI tiOIAS IiARS VALS SALOONVALLMTin PIioI Hot Landivto l2or aTI4a vr ow 7RDg J of HUSH PARTY Receive EncouraglnKlVIes sages Prom Many Bishops During the past few weeks John Itfdmond and the lenders of the Nationalist party in Parliament have received messages from the Irish hierarchy that presage a prac tical by united Ireland fhe letters are from Archbishop Thomas Fennelly and Bishops Henry ONeill ThomiJs O1ea John Clancy Richard Shee- han John Mnngan Ilobert Browne Denis Kelly Michael Fogarty and 11 Gllmartln and they breathe an enthusiasm that promises great re suit They nil express appreciation of the good work the Nationalists have done In so many ways for the country and declare the Irish peo pie whatever be the sacrifice will not permit the disruption of the Irish party The messages all voice the sentiment expressed by the pa triotic Bishop ODea of Galway who saysIf there are any believers in n united Irish party as an essential element in the recovery of Irish freedom by constitutional action who believe at the same time that the recent attacks on the party either secret or open make for Its efficiency or will result In the crea tion of a new and more efficient party I am not one of them On the contrary I have always bellevaci the Irish party to be honest and not the tail of any English party as so many critics have opprobriouslj alleged and believing this and be lieving also in the competency of the party I trust their judgment regard their relations with English parties as the result of the closest study and fuller opportunities than we in Ireland can command and 1 consider I rim serving Ireland best and not only Ireland but in a meas lIre higher interests as well by giving the party my wholehearted support and thrusting from myown door the suspicions and aspersions with which they are assailed In token of this trust in the party and because of the mutual demand on the party funds in the present crisis I double my usual subscription this year JIASOXIC The new stock company at the Masonic Theater has been received heartily and by large audiences Katherino Rober and Meander Blanden assisted by a strong cast made a most favorable impression at all the performances and give promise of excellent entertainment during the coming months The acting was really high class the principals and support protraying their roles with realistic dramatic touch and devoid of the mechanism of many stock players By Right of Sword will be the next offering with the usual matinees WANT JUDGE WADE Friends of Judge Martin J Wade of Iowa City are urging him for the Democratic nomination for Gov ernor of Town and many suggest him as the running mate of Gov Harmon on the Democratic national ticket Judge Wade Was formerly Congressman from the Second Iowa district and at present represents his State on the Democratic Na tional Committee lie is one of the most prominent Catholics in the West KNIGHTS AT EVANSVILLE Evansville Council Knights of Columbus will initiate a large class tomorrow afternoon Many Owens boro Knights will attend and while the initiation is in progress rival baseball teams from Kvonsville and Qwensboro Councils will enjoy a game Previous to the Initiatory ex ercises all the Knights will assem ble nt mass The sermon will be preached toy the Rev Father Edward S Fitzgerald of Qwensboro HOPKINS THEATER Hopkins programmes for next week give promise of a well dlveist fled assortment of moving pictures aUof the subjects being replete with intensely interesting action Preparation has already ibeen made for warm weather and Manager Dustin states that nothing has been left undone tending tQ the comfort of patrons during the summer months SAILS FOR ROME Most Rev Henry Moeller Arch bishop of Cincinnati left last Sunday night for New York and later sailed for Rome Before his de parture he dedicated the new build ings of St Josephs parish and ad ministered confirmation at St Xavlers church The Archbishop was accompanied by his brother Rev Bernard Moeller and will be absent several months COUNTY BOARD A special meeting of the County Board A O 1I will be held next Tuesday night to hear reports and arrange for the annual Hibernian celebration County President Welsh hays the time for action has arrived and therefore requests the presence of every delegate in the body WEI IN BLUEGRASS Miss Beatrice Mahoney one of the most charming girls in Lexington and Capt James ItcNally Chief of police at Georgetown were united in marriage at St Pauls church Lex ington on Wednesday John Brad ley qt Lexington and D A MahoneY of Lexington IWt etheonly attendants GARLIC MUSIC FHSTIVALv The thirtyfirst annual music festival of the Jfw York Gaelic So ciety wjll he held at Carnegie Hall programmee l1upaJ1t1 the arttM will hbta Ciu6 Iocs Battbour rj Jfcleu ODonnell M4w GertrndoBoWBBon Mid others William MeA o will aidegrn- on6 the patrons will ba Arch 1 IS BOysA1 IISUITS I We have now on saleI one of the choicest stocks of Clothing and Furnish ings ever brought to Lou isville Our Suits for Communion and- ConfirmatioI n bYtlanagerKinselJa care and parents should see them before making their purchases These Suits come in the very latest styles and patterns and prices range from 3 to 10 MSMosesIncorporated Go t MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Jienb Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters r Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt III 7Ut7C7ULEYS WednesdayNights David Belasco Presents Frances Starr in The Easiest Way Saturday Matinee and Night GRAND OPERA In Italian liv TUB Metmpo itan Opera Company NEW MASONIC Second TuesdayThursday RoberBlanden CompanyI- N BY RIGHT OF SWORD PricesNights ISc to SOc Matinees Best Seats 25c CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater especially to Ladies and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We productionshistorIc CBe THOMPSON F O ISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH VENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention mud satisfaction guaranteed HENRY HIINOLD DBAIXR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Hose PHC HO 540 W WAlNin bishop Farloy Monsignor Lavelle Victor Herbert and Prof Joseph Dunn of the Catholic University Washington D C KNIGHTS OP COLIIHIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Sunday was a red letter day for the council at Peru Indt for Hi ranks were augmented by about sixty new members Honors were conferred on a class of thirty last week at Beloit WIs and the council now has a membership of over 200 Like the Y it L the K of C have dispensed with the word ritual in the revised initiation and instead will use the word ceremonial iThe Knights of Newport received holy communion in a body last Sun day at St Anthonys church They made a most creditable showing Under the auspices of the Knights nevI ered a series of six lectures to which nonCatholics were specialty InvitedThe annual grand concert euchre and reception held under the aus plce of New York City Knights for the benefit ot the headquarters fund vl11behelllat the Palm Oar den next Tuesday Iney Farm Council In Graves Bounty founded llast year by Padueah ICnighte initiated a claw gf fifty on Su day1h r were many VUtting JCnights and an eJ UM r te Itemjue sas enjoyed The Several Catholic oharit W institutions of VafthlngtoR DCespecially those ORripg for the orphans were beaeNtad to the 8JIo tent of more tbau x000 by the en- nugl high of the Knifht of that citytI l TUNEFUL OPERA i Ccclllan Choral Club Will Present Penzance Pirates of JThe CcBJlinn Chorall Club an ganization of musically inclined young Catholic men mid women are preparing to produce Gilbert and Sullivans tuneful opera Pirates of Penance for a worthy cause about the middle of next month Its success is assured because the opera has always been a favorite here and because the cast is made up of high class local vocalists David J Jfaloney will essay the role of the Pirate Chief while Will lam Imorde will essay the role of the pirates lieutenant Dennis Ryan will appear as Frederick a pirate apprentice James Hoche will have the heavy comedy role as Edward a Sergeant of police and will byDMajorConroles in the opera falls to T J Flynn Miss Louise Forst will appear as Mabel General Stanleys eldest daughters Mac Ial her Gertrude Simpson and Alice Gilbert Miss Imelda Shea as Ruth a maid of all work will have opportunity for fine comedy work 1Prof Clement A Sfapleford will direct the music and Capt Thomas Evans will manage the stag- eENCOURATE And Support the Colonels During Hard Luck Spell The Louisville team will again meet Charley Carrs Indianapolis Hoosiers this afternoon and tomtjr row and reciting games can be looked for as both teams have hail unlucky starts and now are trying nnagcrHeInIel man in the box tomorrow afternoon as the new corps of pitchers so far have not been able to locate the plate with any degree of regularity and Putty can always be counted on to put them squarely over even If gameThursdaystill rooting for the boys and were Mayorheadlast man was out This is as it Graysondeservesentire public as every effort Is be ing made on the part of the man agement to give Louisville another pennant winner Any fair critic will have to concede that the slump on the recent trip was only duo to hard luck and a series of accidents and it behooves every fan to be a booster just now and encourage the boys at a time when it is really needed MAOAULEYS For the first three nights of next week and Wednesday matinee Macauleys offering will be Frances Starr in Eugene Walters greatest play The Easiest Way The com pany is a strong one and assures an Saturdaythe organization two performances In the afternoon erdis IJigoletto has been an flounced and for the evening there will be a double bill Cuvallerla Kusticnnn anal JPagliaccl MOTION PICTURES Patrons of the Casino Princess picturestoare entirely new and cover a wide range of subjects running from the dramatic to comic lleing first run films they have never been seen here and with the new illustrated songs will prove popular 1 FRANKFORT A new council of the Knights of Columbus is to be established nt tlegrecteamheaded by P II Callahan will cons fer the third degree Quite a lium ber of Louisville Knights will attend the institution of the new council WITH TIlE SICK Charles Mivelaz the genial pro prietor of the American restaurant who Ws taken seriously ill last week is now much better and his legion of friends will lie rejoiced to apprehensionising physicians SLUIER TO RETIRE Danny Maher the great American England tire from his calling after this sea son IIi has amassed a competency Ireland astrainerPASSIONI8T MONASTERY Archbishop QUigley will officiate at the dedication of the handsome new monastery of the Passlonlsts of Chicago which will take place June 12 The monastery is in Norwood Park and is one of 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pursue la selecting a pianoode money you Invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by Investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubting uf our superIor service In treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to he Well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspctions and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OQS030 zLTwrI3 AVENUE WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT AT OUR STORE The Best Carpets and RugsT- he most courteous treatment and the most reliable business methods Low prices are linked to strictly firstclass merchandise making trading at our store absolutely safe and saving Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET Gold Band China Free Mulloys Coffees Teas i Baking Powder i IIWith or Plate in This Handsome Ware j 2K lbs New Blend Coffee at 50c or MILL WIIH 2 lb New Blend Tea at 30c or I tILL lib Baking Powder at 40c MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER 010 W MARK D STJEZISHJT SHOES AND SLIPPERS We have the most complete line of Footwear err exhibited in this city which Is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to make their C0 N CONFIRMATIONYou will find here the latest and most exquisite styles In Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made VOLZ MICHAEL a 336 WEST MARKET ST XO4 M W MNN 4 4 XMW NrN a 4 AiM taaaO r C Ov K v I1 FRESH EVERY SUNRISE iffy yfr j ii- JJj i X Y 1 TIPTOPI s WI Et BREAD vA z- z r- 1za tf 1- it SAV THE LABELS f+ tot xooooooooyAt- I tNNN N oaNMN N N N N N NMN N wh i WILLIAM BORGMANN SELLS AND SHIPS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS V- Atthes1 Standard BrandwoolaleandJltati family Trade Through Mail Orders a Specialty 114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KV AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and hatter work than any one here Orders11 by mall promptly attended to Etlmate furnishedy1 Kentucky nt and Awning Cft IoBOTIi PHONBS2427 120N THIRD ST 0 n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrf the Past Week General I News Notes I I IDlvlsloIL 3 will soon have an initiationMay to be a busy month for the divisions of Louisville The bad weather kept many from the meeting of Division 3 Monday night I The Ladles Auxiliary transacted only routine business Wedpesday nightPhiladelphia will send twenty seven delegates to the Portland con vention Irish history Is now taught In nearly all the parochial schools of Rhode Island Chicago reports thirtythree prosperous and growing divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary Division 4 meets Monday night Remember the County Board meet Ing Tuesday night Frank Hnnley will be the delegate from Logansport Ind to the Portland convention lion Edward Smith just elected Mayor of Hartford Conn is a mem ber of the Ancient Order Divisions 1 and 4 promise a pleas ant evening for those who attend their social sessions All Hibernians are invited Division 1 of Mobile Ala is one of the best in the South and in its membership will be found the leading men of the city On the first Sunday in May nine divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary will receive holy communion in a body at St Johns church Indianapolis The round trip rate from Chicago to the national convention exclusive of sleeping cars will be 6250 From St Louis tho rate will be 5750 Notwithstanding the street car strike 000 delegates answered the roll call at the last Philadelphia County Board quarterly meeting Patrick JJ Haltigan editor of the National Hibernian has been arous ing much enthusiasm in Delaware Many would like to see him out this way Next Friday evening in the drill ChieaSl1there der the auspices of the Ladies Aux iliary The Ladles Auxiliary of Charles ton S C at a recent meeting presented the President Mrs W J Condon with a handsome gold broochChicago Hibernians are rapidly disposing of the bonds for the Em met Memorial Hall which they ex pect to have erected in time for the next Emmet anniversary celebra tionThe Indil1nnpoUshad the bazar for St Josephs church and a feature was the exhibition given by the Ladies Auxiliary drill teamCounty President John Cannon and tho officers bf Division 1 of Terre Haute Ind have just organ ized a juvenile division of fifty boys ranging in age irom ten to sixteen years Tho Literary Society of the Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul is visit Ing the divisions in regular order At I these meetings the society rules that all numbers on the programme must be Irish The great county initiation held recently at Shenandoah when 200 now members were added to the order was attended by at1 least goodforThe Hibernian celebration held at Pawtucket R 3 last month netted about 2000 for the Sisters of Charity Its success was largely due to the efforts of Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly HistoryCommittee I ALL ARE PLEASED final Reports Show St Cecilias Bazar Big Successr The General Executive Committee that had charge of tide bazar for the new Church pf St Cecilia met Wednesday night and concluded its business The final retorts showed that something in excess of 4000 hart beep realized The following ad ditional prize winners were an nounced Miss Ida Italdy handsome oil MaryYounglovedonation from the artist to the Young Ladies Sodality for the bazar Mrs Begley amethyst Hos ary George J Butler jardiniere NazarethMrsStites 2540 Griffiths avenue lambrequin Mrs Elmer Watson J table cover Mrs George Burkholder TeresaBailey 1 get Mrs Lynch table cover Mrs Anna Connolly barrel of flour Mrs Mary Lynn shirt waist box Mrs fancyNiece I BradyOhalrmanCharles ers expressed their gratification at Cite success attained and voiced sentiments of good will toward theirInonnCathollo brethren who I done so much to make the bazar a successMR 1 MGRATHS IHJATir Feel recent deaths in Louisville J caused more widespread sorrowin the Catholic community than that pf Mrs Johanna WoGrath who pa Md way at her home 501 PIne street on Tuesday morning She had been ailing onlya few days and her eon tiltion was not considered rpUB until ft short time before her death The deceased war lxtyour year of pan was tlit widow of the late John SfoQrdtlij for year a Weutaa ant ol tbe LoiiisrHle police force 1 RIN Ilt wurvlvftd by the following cUl i drn 9 r McGwth 8oretary ot s P SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO HD- IVISION11 Meets at Pats City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArmsLouis Roller Sentinel David Whelan t DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T Mcehan Financial Secretary JnoJ Kenney 1007 Dumesnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur IphySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Stevens Financial Secretary John GlIes slon 1710 Balrd- Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Henncssy Vice President Thomas Lynch SecretaryThomasLangan J Assistant Financial Secretary J RelllyRecording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerHarry Brady CapoghanOutside SentinelMichael McDer motto DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIULE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording Mc jlrody Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll SergeantatArms Flaherty Inside Sentinel Flaherty Y JMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Clu TwentysixthPresident Kenneyirst J A CasperSecond SherleyJuniffRecording SecretaryRobert Os ornoCorresponding Secretary WilliamI 4 Link Financial tecretaryFranlt G odamslreasurerDan Weber Marshal Alien G Wobben Inside SentinelA CLink Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart the Board of Public Works James McGrath City Plumbing Inspector Officer Edward McGrath and Will iava McGrath an employe of tIle Louisville Railway Company Mrs T J Foley Mrs Herman Moeller and Misses Blanche Catherine an Virginia McGrath The funeral too place from St Aloyslus church yes terday morning and was largely at tended The deceased was a lady of unostentatious charity but i mourned by many relatives and friends PORTLAND VS WHITE SOX The Portland baseball team will meet the strong White Sox team at Portland Park tomorrow afternoo- and a rattling good game can be ex pected as this Indianapolis aggrega tion has one of the strongest semi professional teams in this part of the country The Portland team covered itself with glory last Sunday by defeating the Winchester Club who were 1909 champions of the Bluegrass League and one of the best teams ever seen on local grounds Patrons of Portland Park can always depend on seeing first class ball as none but the best semi professional tennis are booked RECENT DEATHS Mrs Margaret Terrell died at her home 628 North Eighteenth street Tuesday morning She is survived by her husband James Terrell and several children The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday morning The esteem in which she was held was indicated by the attendance at the obsequies The funeral of Mrs Catherine Hays beloved wife of Albert Hays who died at an early hour Tuesday morning at the family residence 120 North Twentieth street took place churchandof mourning friends Mrs Hays was a devout Calhollo and was held In high esteem by all who knew her James Welsh fortysix years old died suddenly at his home 137 North WednesdayDeathIs survived by his wife Mrs Alice i Welsh a daughter 3frs Ross Craw ford a son Joseph Welsh and five stepson Edward Louis and iFred = erick Frantz John Rogers of Kansas OUy and Robert Rogers ills fug neral took place ifrJday Elva Blvens thirtysix years old fled at Mie home of his parents Mr and Mrs John Blreng 2304 Flair street on Wednesday evening He had been a sufferer from tMtoor culoiic for several monih and death wai not unexpected The aeeeMd i was employedas a earpelitarby tiua Louisville ft Niwhvill t Jtallrtiad Com pany and Vaa highly esteemed by hi fdloty workmen The loners took place from Hole Name ckarch yesterday morning rt r r f IRELAND Record ef the Host Important el the Recent yenta Culled From Exchanges The death is announced from Slenagh of John Chumney boot and shoe maker in his 101st year Regret is felt among a large cir cle of friends at the death of Jer ome Kingston Town Clerk of Clon hkilty1htf resignation has been accepted with regret of P It OSulUvan Chairman of the Rathkeale Board of Guardians The house of William Leonard at Navan was recently burned and the occupants had a narrow escape from the flames Mary Lahiff of Moveen County Clare a centenarian still earns a pittance by her labor at the spin fling wheel- White gloves were presented to Judge Green at the Drogheda Quar ter Sessions to mark the absence of criminal business The house of a farmer named Michael OBrien of Carron County Clare was attacked recently and the windows completely demolished Archibald Cathcart of Enniskillen has been unanimously coopted a member of the Urban Council succeeding the late Thompson Taylor A cattle drive has taken place on the lands of the Marchioness of Winchester near Drogheda which are let on the eleven months sys tem Her James McPhillips of Clon tibret has been appointed adminis trator of the parish of Monaghan in succession to the late Rev Hugh ONeillThe body of Patrick PowerlI pickedDup Mill Island He had been missing since March 4 The Longford Urban Council has decided to build forty now houses for the artisans and working classes the sites to be on Wilsons lield on the Killashee road An election for the Councillorship of St Selkar warton the Wexford Corporation resulted as follows Michael Browne 96 John English 88 Myles Bergln 38 Judge Morphy addressing the grand jury at the opening at Castle bar of the Mayo Quarter Sessions congratulated them on the very peaceable state of the county The body of the man found In the marsh near Limerick has been identified as that of Timothy Dillon until recently in the employ of John Chine a farmer near Ennis hasbministered for more than fifteen years at Biignalstown has been ap pointed parish priest at Kdenderry in room of the late Father Kearney Owing to his horse stumbling Father Rice of Mona store van who was returning from parochial duties at Murney was thrown from his trap and sustained a fractured col larboneDeep regret was occasioned among a wide circle of friends by the death In his seventyninth year of Rev Laurence Ansbro which oc cured in the parochial house at Drumgriffln Galway Patrick Moakley of Clenor a farmer was killed at Doneraile while stepping upon a car The horse moved at the moment the man was mounting to the seat and he fell to the ground on his head sustaineddknockedItby atrain was ing at Tlpperary died in the Union Hospital He was a native of Per ehlljLsImmediately alter the interment of the late Bishop Boylan a meeting of the clergy was held in bt Pat ricks College at Cavan with Cardinal Loguc presiding The vote for Vice Capitular resulted in twenty one for Very Rev P Fintgan of InOConnell of Cootehlll and one each for Very Rev Joseph Judge Presi dent of St Patricks College and PatricksMAGK1N COUNCIL Initiates a Large Class and Has More Coming The attendance nt Mackln Council Monday night was unusually large and the crowd is attributed to the fact that a class of twentyfive was initiated The degrees were conferred with all due ceremony and decorum There are fifteen other candidates awaiting initiation Presi dent John T Kenney presided Tour members were reported ill Although the intiation occupied a great port of the evening quite a lot of routine business was disposed of After the conferring of degrees many of the new members made brief addresses giving their impres theyhadtheeveningefforts to make the coming produc tion of Among the Stars u great success Since the first of January rival teams have been engaged in an effort tot boost the membership of they1W0rkdtwentyJiva candidates were initiated Monday night and that fifteen more are on the waiting list o0000 YWULi S Miss Agnes Clastoy and William Whallen will known residents of outh Xoulaville were unhtedin mar churchRevthe ceremony Tbe wedding was at yyry quf t one the only attendance being Mia Nellie Sullivan and George Hack k hOand groom left Oft a abort honeymoon trip and will be at home to thdr friends after Monday They havi1 heetwih bePPYwedded r 1 SIR K 1 t + f wHoH oo +HH+ i C PEOPLES BANK Jt rFOROF BY THE THEE D E0PLE f I Capitall Stock 10000000 PAR VALUE 10QO PER SHARE k v1 To be sold at 1100 per share to create a surplus and cover all expenses off ij organization v- X CHARTERED UNDER THE GENERAL BANKING LAWS OP THE IISTATEOF KENTUCKY AND LABOR ASSEMBLY Y tBUSINESS WOULD BE X V 1 To loan money to wage earners and worthy applicants on X TEL MORTGAGES with Furniture or Merchandise a security CHATi C 2 To loan money in small sums on WAREHOUSE S 1CLOTHINGtX PROFITABLE INVESTMENT i- An even number of shares In the PEOPLES BANK and PEOPLES jX STORAGE COMPANY are offered in small allotments to the investor thus X z keeping the control and the profits of both institutions in the same hands j ffshow that they have never missed a dividend to their stockholders It is i safe to say therefore that the PEOPLES BANK with the LOAN AND + SAVINGS features combined would pay handsome returns on the money lS invested FOR INFORMATION CALL ON OR WRITE S i PEOPLES INVESTMENT CO i X INCORPORATBD 511512 LINCOLN BANK BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY ys UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY TRUSTEE FOR STOCKHOLDERS Jy XX= 00000 + t BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE If H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky i I i j For the FILTERED WATER LOUISVILLE SOAP COS ftflftftOS jij 1 SOAP I d MADE ZPT rouvnrjj M 1 BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Pns Mgr VlciPrij Trias Stcritary IPIP BaauoQ Sewer Pipe i Co r Salt PipeBtmhons for Steam Conduits Wall Co g Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick a Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Fine Lining Fire Brichi Grate and Boiler Tile Grqnnd Fire CayiChimney Tops Lawn Vases i OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBLBP1IOMB 673 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TBLBPHONB 2833 A hhAAsAA dk Acb A tA AAw Ih r- n GEHER SON i Iii WEST MARKET STREET TUB CH1BBRATBD NORTH 8TR RffRlGf ATORR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation J The QUICK MEAL GAS IANGE raCombinespractical value that are considered desiri ered desirable in a Gas Range V The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks in thee estimation of theenubile FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET i 353 SECOND STREET 1 F SULLIVAN Manager I S oftlDressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds Season I pilagLamb JH cU1We also carry Early Frnita and Vegetables and all firstclase market fcrodacta- LOUISTILLE PACKING GeNPANTS MEATS ONLY I PkOAU 2111 0 BTUA high in 1J DR J T CHAAjZ 11 I 11 Veterinary Infirmary and 1 Horse Shoei f Forges SCIENtifiC AND PRACTICAL MOKE S OEIktiH r M C4iIh4Por a d DIlvered i 0 D OFFICE AND POI 7IMII MVBNTH SiiieiI o l 7 y