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F IIi I OBSERVANCE 4 CM SundRY Without Authority In rotcstant Creeds SaysDelver S trlct Presbyterian Traces Cus tom Back to Catholic tChurch Found That Easter Was Feast Which Brought About Change I 1t ARGUMENT FULL OF INTEREST Sot only the clergy but the laymen frequently come in contact with people who are seeking the true light ot religion Even the editors of secular papers are occa groping this fact is a recent letter from a good oldfashioned Presbyterian in SyracuseUerald lresbyterIanJladand evidently he thought to some purpose Recently he replied to the letter and the editor of the Syra cuse Herald considered his response goodenough to print verbatim This Presbyterian tells us that he was brought up to read King James Bible and to observe strictly the first day of the week Sunday as the Sabbath He says he was amazed then forty years ago to hear an Adventist preacher attack the Sunday observance as against the express commandment of the Bible The prea hers argument set the Presbyterian thinking In those days of forty years ago the new re liglons like the Mormons and Chris tian Scientists used Sunday as their day of public assemblage The matter set our Presbyterian friend to thinking He says a book known as The Religions and Religious Ceremonies of All Nations published at Hartford Conn in 1823 fell into his hands Then to quote him II found a long and fair treatise in that book on the Roman Catholic church also a history of the rise fall denominations among Protestants starting with Luther Cal yin Zwlngllus and Henry VIII The book said that the difference he tween the Hotqan Catholic church and these Protestant denominations privatejudgmentthe authority of that church I huI been reading my Bible all this time most attentively I talked Ire quently with a good old Presby- terIan lady who had read her Bible through twentythree times Neither of us in our conferences could ever find one word of command in the Bible for the observance of the first day of the week Sunday and it gave us much pain and confusion to de fend or explain satisfactorily our Mfposition Thrown back on the Reformation period I found that the Reformer Calvin had made use of a day already in observance by nfl Christians It was as convenient a day for him as it was for Christian Science or the Mormons Here I seemed blocked and had to acknowledge the corn I then started In with what in formation I had gleaned from Williams interesting book about the Catholic church I read Catholic books wherever I could obtain them and after years of study and his torical research I came to the con elusion it may shock my dear friend Dr Howland of the Presby terian church Syracuse that the observance of Sundqy instead of the Jewish Sabbath is one of the proofs tin an institution of Christs resurrection I found that in the Catholic church every Sunday of the year is an echo of the resurrection joy of Easter like the Fourth or July to American independence only tiiat Easter joy extended in every seventh day throughout the year No fasting allowed on that day no jpenetential abstinence no funeral solemnityAnother thing I found out as I went back through the centuries tracing the history of Sunday observance there fia a law of this 4church from the earliest times com manding all her subjects Ho hear mass on Sundqys mind obligatory week days rind to rest from servile works that as Christians they might thus go to mass and worship God Thy the sacrifice of the Eucharist op the Lords day This was a revela tion to me I talked much nbout lily finding with my friends They ado vised against redding such books I replied that X desired to get at the root of things as well as institutions and I nvns convinced that since Catholics had made history they were its best interpreters Despite the admonition Ofhbfriends our presbyterian friend continued to search for lightand he Writes To find that the first u day of the week was primarily a day of worship by attending at CJmaiJand RfccondarHy of rest in or der that a particular worship be gIven to God cabced me another Jolt Neither the Bible then I con 2 2chiiclid nor private judgment nor civil authority 1la3 made the day imor originate time command ot its t observance It IM alwayfe been a- queaNon in jny mind whether the I Constantino bjr bis Sunday 4dictat Milan in 321 didsolll rec Offhitlou of ft continuous Christian notice or to furor Wia ipajHin imb 3ofat iltUi wpftiBlper lt11epIiawever one may view tliU cjnelHon JI was rljrM up against lie pberr ahoe of EaBter Sunday foriTItbe Council of NlceV held iu325 with Constantine present over 800 Cath olic Bishops legislated for aU Chris tiane for the unlfrm observance of Easter Sunday on the Sunday following the first full moon after March 21 It seemed to me that some among the Christians were celebrating the resurrection on time fourteenth of the Jewish month and at the time of the Jewish Passover instead of on the first day of the week when Christ reolly rose and as it Jlad been celebrated in time day of persecution before Constantine It was lo correct this among other things that the council was held So I read the ancient documents Like my friend and namesake in New York City a fiftyyear critic in the columns of the 1iew York Tri bune I was unmoved by modern theories or changes but held my mind unencumbered and free to judge the past by me past and Incas ure the amount of drift from his tone moorings What a surprise it was to me in those days to find also that exactness in the observance of the Easter resurrection fact has given us the very calendar which we use today on the authorIty of the very church which I was trained to look upon as corrupt and mislead- Ing After all these hard historic facts had I think they can not be gainsaid bran intelligent person for ngainSpeakingof view and still tenacious of my old Presbyterian bringing up It seems to me that the ministers themselves are contending for the wrong ob servance of a day which the Roman Catholic church has made nnd not civil authority It is a day of n particular worship the mass which tIle ministers have not got nor believe in Their very Bible does not authorize Snday nor the Advcntist or Jew observe It The worshipof these ministers is against the his tone worship of that day the Lords day As for me I simply give the historic conclusions of my own re search and leave the religion of my parents undisturbed and as good enough for m- eNEEDED REST Rev Father A J Brady Enjoys Brief Respite The Rev AJ Brady pastor of St Cecilias church has gone to West linden Springs for a stay of ten lays For a year past Father Brady has been busy Superintending the build ing of his new church Within the month he hns had tho additional burden of a bazar With these and his ordinary duties as pastor ather Brady has been an overworked man and a brief respite from active work was made imperative Ills friends hope to see him home in a few days and express the wish that he will be able to resume active and vigorous work at once Father Brady has done hard and effective work since lie became pastor of St Cecilias church lIe has made the building of the new church the spe clal effort of his life He is nbout to see lila hopes bear fruit Time new church is now under roof and Its embellishment Is being pushed as rapidly as possible It is expected that tIme church will be ready for dedication iin the late summer or early fal- lLONG LIFE CLOSED Death of Mrs Catherine Byrne Causes Sincere Sorrow Mrs Catherine Byrne nn old and respected lady of Louisville died at her home 1214 South Secqnd street on Monday night Death resulted from the infirmities of old age The deceased was born in Ireland seven tytwo years ago but had spent more than half a century In Louis ville Her husband Martin Byrne a pioneer livestock broker in this city died more than twenty years ago She is survived by the following children charles Byrne livestock agent for the Pennsylvania Com papy Joseph W Byrne County Indexer WHllam J Byrne and Martin Byrne livestock brokers and Miss Mary Byrne The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand church Thursday morning and the attend ance indicated the esteem in whleh the deceased was held The pall bearers were Edward JVI OBrlen Ell ward Tl Tierney William H New man John P Carney Jerome King Thomas D Claire Frank MeAteo and EdwrIClaney Few ladles in Louisville were bet ten known aid more highly esteemed thn Mt1kne1aJl her death tfttued jfenerall and nfncere sorrow mON UYT For Iron mat noalc the stains with lemon juice sprinkle with edt and bleach for several honra in the ana rP qii BIRTHPLACE Will Bo Mecca For Catholic Knights of America- in Nay National Convention In State Capitol Building at Nashville Kentucky Delegates and Uniform Rank in Prominent Place HEARTY WELCOME FOR VISITORS Soon the eyes of Catholics in alt parts of the United States will turn Southward and to Nashville Term where the Catholic Knights of America one of the strongest and most Influential fraternal insurance organizations in America will hold their national conventioaj from May 10 to 14 for the entertainment jjl which the city and State have joined in making preparation The convention will be solemnly opened on Tuesday morning May 10 at the proCathedral with Pontifcal high mass by the Right Rev Thomas S Byrne Bishop of Nashville and the sermon will be delivered by the Most Hev John J Qlennon D D Arch bishop of St Louis antI Spiritual Director of the Catholic Knights of America The convention sessions will beheld in the Senate chamber of time State Capitol building where the delegates and visitors will be welcomed to the city by the Governor of Tennessee and the Mayor of Nashville Headquarters wilt be at the Hotel Duncan and here a ban quet will bo given on Wednesday evening in honor of the Supreme of fleers delegates and visitors Time Ancient Order of Hibernians the Knights of Columbus the Elks and other societies have united with tire Catholic Knights to make the convention a great success The Catholic Knights of America were founded in the city of Nash rule Tenn thirtythree years ago and received their name from the first Spiritual Director the late Archbishop Feehan of Chicago who was at that time the Bishop tff Nashville Since its inception this organization lies distributed over 10000000 among the widows and orphans of deceased members Time Knights now have branches in nearly every State in time Union and for a number of years the per manent headquarters have been located in the city of St Louis No Catholic fraternal insurance society in the United States has as runny Archbishops and Bishops among its active members as the Catholic Knights of America Foremost among these prelates are Archbishops Far ley of New York Blenk of New Orleans and Orth ana Bishops ODonnghue of Louisville Alerding of Fort Wayne Chatard of Indian apolis Forest of San Antonio Gallagher of Galveston Glorietlx of Boise Lillis of Kansas City Matz of Denver Meerschaert of Oklahoma Monaghnn of Wilmington Shannhan of Harrisburg nnd Van de Yen of Xatichitoches The present Supromu officers of the Catholic Knights of America are- Spiritual Director Most Rev John J Glennon St Louis PresidentDr Felix Gaudln New OrleansVice President Henry P Croghan Providence Secretary Anthony Mntre St Louis Treasurer Charles Hannauer St Louis Trustees Michael Quinn Brook lyn Peter Wnllrath Evansville Adam W Jaeger Chicago Medical Examiner Dr El J Brea nun Indianapolis Major General Uniform Hank Michael Helchert Louisville Kentucky will be ably represented by Thomas Glenson of Covington and H A Yeenemnn of this city who has been placed on the Law Committee and will leave next week for Nashville Major Qen Michael Heichcrt and staff will be escortel by the Uniform Rank of Louisville who will be given a great reception on their arrival at the Tennessee capital For several months past tIe Loulsvlllo Knights have been pre paring for this trip and Itls safe to say that they will make n show- Ing that will surpass that of any former gathering of the Catholic Knights of America- REM1MBERED ON IHIlTimAY John Lopping the veteran grocer nt Eighth and Grayson streets cele brated his fiftysixth birthday on Wednesday On Sunday there was a family reunion at the Lopping home cbUdr grandchildren and other relatives calling to wish their host many happy returns of the day On Wednesday evening fiftysix of iris German and Irish friends from all- Over the city called with a band of fered congratulations and made merry for an hour or more Mr Lepping says the good wishes of his friends haye made him feel goqd for fiftysix1 years more I popffl luaonmas ASIBRICANSJ Two American Bishopa and pit grime from their jwpeVtlfe tflocks vvfrre eeeJve4tu audience by Pope Pius X this week Bishop Leiithan of Great Falls was accompanied by ventyfiTe tenonr from bis diocese i It Itti L I The Pope received him in private audience Later Bishop Lenihan presented his flock rope Pius spokp to each one and gave them hfs bless ing Bishop Gucrtln of Manchester N H and fifty of lils flock were re ceived later in the veek Ills Holi ness manifested great interest in the growth of Catholicity in the two dioceses t DIG DAY t tFor Knights of Columbusf and Catholics at Frankfort f Catholics of SFrankfort and Knights of Columbus of the entire State arc looking forward with the greatest interest toj Sunday May 8 when a council oQ the Knights ot Columbus will be organized In the Capital City Frankfort Knight promise a hearty welcome to all who visit th city on thhj occasion which it is hoped to makerthe most notable in its history Messrs John It Sower Paul B yeltzel and John Dolan compose tho organization com mittee and have charge of the ar rangements Besides the initiatory ceremonies there are other things which they offer that will be of In terest especially to tho t who have not visited the Capital City in recent years Chibf among these will be time new State Mouse which will be kept open during the afternoon with guides to show visitors through the entire building The Church of the Good Shepherd of which1 the Rev Father Thomas Major is pastor is noted as lhaving one of the finest choirs in the COy ington diocese and while attending mass with the local Knights on that date visitors and their friends will be boncfittcd by the excellent music as well as in a spJrtual manner The programme for tIme day will be high mass at 1030 oclock in the mbrn ing initiation beginning at 2 in the afternoon and a banquet at tire Cap ital Hotel at 830 The mass has been arranged especially for time Knights of columbus and the committee would like 4o hear at once from those who expect to be with them on that dat- ei1A1tYS flONTi1 Mother of God Honored By All faithful Catholics Tomorrow is thejopenlng day ot May the gladdest month of all the year as the poet sings To Cath olics it is more than tlmtIt is time month of Mary thJlot1lirof God Everywhere that the Catholic church has established nebapelor shrine the statues of Mary are crowned with flowers dduring tire jnonth that begins tomorrow During time entire month there are special devotions in every Catholic church In some cases the exercises are held in the morning in other cases in the evening and often dur ing both morning and evening As a rule there is a procession at the opening and closing of the month of May irt each parish Next Thursday will be Ascension day and is celebrated to commem orate the ascension of Our Saviour forty days after his glorious resur rection Our Saviour with his Apostles and Disciples assembled on Mount Olivet and from there by iris own power ascended into heaven Be fore leaving them Ho told his followers that the Paraclete the Holy Ghost would come to them teaching them nIl things that they were to believe Thursday Mil be n holy day of obligation and all Catholics must hear mass under pain of mortal sin RECENT DBATHB Mrs Ellen McWilllams a well and favorably known lady of the 1ast End died at the home of her son Joseph MoWilllams 426 Laurel street on Tuesday afternoon The funeral took place from St Boniface church on Thursday morning and was attended by ninny old friends and acquaintances John Lammers a well known res- Ident of tire East End died at his home 824 East Gray street on Tuesday morning The deceased was a native of Germany but had lived in Louisville nearly all his life He Is survived by the following children Mrs LizzIe Nuxol Mrs Josephine Harding Miss Annie Lammers and John Liimmers The funeral which was largely attended took place from St Martins church on Thurs day morning Mrs Rose Gambrell fifty years old and the wife of George Gambrell a popular conductor on the Southern railway died at the family residence 2031 Parker street qn Wednesday Death resulted from a complication of diseases Besides her husband four children survive The funeral took place from SL Cecilias church yesterday morning The esteem in which she rWQIJ held was attested by the large Attendance at her funeral Mrs Catherine Koch one of the oldest and best known residents of this city passed to her eternal rest Monday evening following an opera tion for abdominal trouble Mrs Koch was born in Dublin Ireland seventy years ago but came to this country while still young and had resided jn this city for more than halt a century Her husband John Kbehj tiled many years ago and she Is survived by five ehlldreaonej son Joseph Koch and four daughters The funeral took place Wednesdays m DItrom Sti Georges church iee1bNr y ISLE Of SAINTS English Catholics Would Rob Ireland ot Her Last Heritage Rev Father Lambert on theI Ihistory ot a Usurped Title Work ol Rev Dr hogan Vice Rector oi Irish College In Koine BELONGS TO IRELAND ALONE limo following from the pen of Hev L A Lambert LL D the able and brilliant editor of the New York Freemans Journal has been furnished the Catholic press of this country anti will be read with in terest iby all Catholics It refers to a book by time Rev Dr Hagan Vice Rector of the Irish College in Rome to be soon published In English Last fall the Archbishop of Mon treal in Canada in a beautiful and appropriate pastoral incidentally refers to one little item which Ills Grace seemed to take as a matter of course Alluding to the Euch arlstlc Congress at London he said that when Cardinal Vannutelli raised time Sacred Host to bless the multitude there upon the ancient Isle of Saints from the opened heavens we seemed to hear re echoed the dictum onme promised on Thabor Time plain inference lucre is that England has been known and called the Isle of Saints We were surprised for we had never heard it before We always thought Ireland was called the Isle of Saints and we thought that everybody else thought so We are not deeply read in haglogiaphy and we Could riot go back on the history of the title as peculiar to Ireland But we took it for grunted ns historians took it for granted and we took for granted also that Archbishop Bruchesi not being Irish or English had made a passing slip having been somehow misled Hence we thought no more about the matter limit What is our surprise to find that a quiet slow but sure influence line been apparently set in motion by English Catholics to rob her whom they call thur Sister Islcevanuf that remaining heritage One would think that England hind already plundered and appropriated quite enough of the belongings of Ireland to satisfy the most insatiable nationnlgreed It appears that the English Cath- olIc read an address to Cardinal Andrieu in Home last October twelvemonth In his reply Ills Eminence also referred to England as if it had been known once ns time Trio of Saints Whether His Eminence had been inspired for the occasion or whether he had seen the title appropriated by some English writer or speaker we can not say But thus at any rate was time stolen title taken to tome probably to be nursed till the time was ripe for proclaiming that it hail Homes sanction Well this little booK of sixtytwo pages has nipped it in time bud nnd unless English impudence is more brazen than even we know it to be unless ecclesiastical dignitaries are more pliant than we think them tube nnd unless the Catholics of time world are more ungrateful than we believe them to be tIlls little book leaves tIme incipient usurpation dead and burled for evermore A con troversy seems to have arisen from the occasion to which we have just referred the history of which is given In the book Time Vice Rector of the Irish College in Home wrote a letter to tIme Tablet of London in which he asked when Ireland ceased to be the Isle of Saints He seems to have thought that Cardlnal Andrieu liad referred to Ireland He was in tile same state of mind as wo have been he did not suspect that the Jsle of Saints could bo re ferred to other than Ireland At once Mgr John VaUghan replied and quote4 Lingard and Newman as calling England the Tale of Saints He thought that should clinch the question Why Newmnn said it nnd who dare doubt the oracle 4o whom Englishmen are sometimes more ready to listen than to a rope speaking eXcathcdra There Avas n time whim It was so Indeed 33ut the good prelate was more English than wise Time reply came quick and categorical namely Lingard and Newman lived In the nineteenth century and their words are of historical Value for theSl selves only and for tndr ftwn ques tion Then arose a controversy on the whole subject Somebody wiser than the rest suggested that cither Mgr Vaughan or Dr Hngan Would supply the only means of arriving at a satisfactory conclusion that Is to show by historical references to which nation the title had been applied 4n time ft tback centuries and down along to our time Mgr Vaughan stopped fhott here and thus showed himself more wise than English Thus was the author provoked ap parently to go fully Into the mat t4urt and we lyive the benefit of his pains takThg refearclies in time valuable work which ve notice He truce the title at applied to Ireland amJ1R1 Ireland exeluslTely iba k tar Into ihe Mddle Ages and In great measure toe calls up Englishmen iiI vrltneaaet He also point out that iK I Lingard does not explicitly say that I ofImust say We should expect better from him Cardinal Newman applies the title to England and Ireland which looks liKe generosity but is not historical justice But he seems to quote no authority and however we respect his name we can not take him as an authority in this matternot that we love Newman less but that we love truth mor- eOPENMEEP1NO And Reception ror Ladies TuesdayINight Division 1 A 0 II has made great preparations for its open meeting and reception in honor of the Ladies Auxiliary at Falls City Hall next Tuesday night All other divisions and friends of tire order have been invited to attend President Thomas Walsh will preside until time neces sary routine is disposed of after which the Entertainment Committee will take charge Addresses on topics dear to Hiber nian hearts will he delivered by tim Very Rev Father James P Cronin Rev Father latrlck Walsh and At torney J J Kavanagh In addition there will be vocal and instrumental musical numbers Division 1 qxpects to have a num ber of these open meetings luring tIme spring summer and fall Gatherings of this kind promote goodfel lowship and help to build up time membership the order Light refreshments will be served after the literary and musical programme WELL CHOSEN Edward D OConnor Has Been Made Road- Supervisor Edward D OConnor has been appointed County Bond Supervisor by County Judge Mulr Welssinger The I appointment was made on Wednes day and gives general satisfaction The salary is fixed by the Fiscal Court and since time office was es tablished hi 1006 the stipend has been 2000 per annum Mr OConnor is eminently qualified to fill the office For four years he served as Magistrate from tile Eighth nnd Ninth wards and as n member of the Fiscal Court gave much time and attention to the study of county roads In making tire appointment Judge Welssipger said Mr OConnor is the character of man that is necessary to fill the position of Road Supervisor six JJISJIOPS To Be Cosecrated by Arch bishop Ireland at St Paul lOne of the most impressive as well as unique ceremonies n the history of the Catholic church In America will take place in the seminary at St Paul Minn on Thursday May 10 when six recently appointed Dish ops of that archdiocese will be consecrated The newly appointed prelates are Rev P R1 Ileffron formerly Rector of the St Paul Sem mary who will assume charge nf the bishopric of Wlnoun Rev J J Lawlur pastor of the Cathedral par ish St Paul who is elevated to th auxiliary bishopric of St Paul Rev Timothy Corbettof the Duluth Cathedral appointed to Crookston Rev Vincent Wehrle Benedictine Abbot at Richardson N D who will take charge of the bishopric tit Die marck in the eaten State Rev Jame OHcHly of St Anthonys church Minneapolis appointed to Fargo and Her Joseph F Busch dl rector of Catholic missions in St Paul who will take charge of the bishopric of Iear1S D The Most Ref Archbishop Ireland will officiate at the Sextuple conse oration and several hundred priests from various parts of time archdio Jose will bo present to assist at time solemn ceremonies The ceremonies will be quite lengthy for tIme full honors of time episcopacy will be ac corded each of the new prelates It Is probable that both Cardinal Gib bons aunt Monslgnpr Ialcpnto will attend time impressive riteS hiss the first time in time his tory ott the Untiedi States that BX Biuiopi hve been consecrated on the name daYjinihe same church end for iM saine archdiocese Bishop ChltheI OBRIEN Made Sorry Spectacle In Attack On the British Chancellor Even Tory Lender Dropped Him When Abuse Fell Pint Irish Electors Anxious For Next General Election to Be Held UP TO PREMIER AND THE KINO The complete unity of the Irish anti Liberal parties on the veto power of the Lords hums plunged the Tories in despair The minority Irish forces led by William OBrien went to pieces when their leader made an LloydOeorgebudgetAccording completelydlsprcen Tory lender accepted LloydQeorgea good faith joinedIssuesheapiimgand the Irish party This alone has caused a revulsion of feeling against him and those in a position to know declare it will seal his doom in time South of Ireland should he stand for Parliament at the approaching gen eral election Every Liberal is look ing tc the next general election and a straight fight over the veto of the Lords with perfect confidence while the Tories are in despair enthusiasticallybehind which the Irish in England who always have favored the budget espe daily the lund taxes are generally sympathetic Tho Liberal and Labor parties are inexpressively relieved at the avoidance of a rupture between democraeJrhethis fight than in any previous epoch of the history of the two nations The Irishmen in England will swell the gigantic popular demonstrations abo11tlon British democracy also is immensely grateful to Redmond for that firm ceutheLiberalstern uncompromising and prompt actloii in the campaign against tho LordsAll parties arc now awaiting the beginning of the end Time calm has come before the storm The House of Commons on Monday night passed time second reading of the budget by a Tote of 328 to 242 but this does not mean that the veto power of the Lords is being llost uptoenoughtoput over the measure against ira Lords What will King Edward do if the question of a guaranty is put up to him- Ireland as well as England Scotland and Wales is ready and unxlom for time next general election par ticularly as the vote will show whether the people are for or against curtailing the veto power of the Peers Mr Itedmond and his Imaramoumlt4ssmehns given his unqualified indorse ment to Redmond and his plan of campaign These eminent tclergymen see that Ireland must have homo rulefIf time people nri to be kept at linmn The budget it is true Is a heavy and an unjust tax but the Irish people are willing to put up with it for awhile in order to gain home rule in the end Irishmen waht the same rights as have been given to Canada Aus tralia and British South Africa Time Itedmond plan of campaign may seem a little slow but it has ac complished much In the past Think ing Irishmen at home and abroad will support Mr Redmond and his party until he achieves success or proves a complete failure IU3VEREND VISITOHS The Hev Brother Chrysostom Superior General of the Xayerian Brothers landed In New York last week to make his annual vistatlon to all the houses of the order In tho United States From New York hu went direct to the mother house of the Xaverians at Baltimore From there lie wilt proceed to all tile colleges of the order In the East anti South nnd is expected to reach hero late in May He will spent allay or two at St Xavier College and St Lawrence Institute He will be accompanied to Louisville by the Rev Brother Isidore head of time Xaverians in the United States I BISHOP WILL ATTEND Messrs Patrick A Sullivan Will iam Callaghan Eugene Cooney and Miss Rena Welsenberg representing the Louisville Federation of Catholic Societies called upon the Right Ri1 Dennis ODonaghue on Friday of last week and extended hh11for1111 invitation to be present atthilnextmeeting of time Federation rl TIIwere pleasedl wifb their reception fbbttgairhMlhotly it unMr eeK or more important dl1tleiliJlrnoLo tint eryejne ArraJige meats wij j4Q be made tor the thelf I KE TUCKY IRISH AMEliEICA1 T J KENTUCKY IRISH fiMft1fiNt devoted is the Social and Moral Atlvancemeraeat Irish Americans a d CatholIcs I Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc x Entered at the LoulivllU Poitotflc a SecondClass flatter Address ill Coninnolealloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St 14ScOUNcILLOUISVILLE APRIL 30 1910 MERGER A MENACE Well authenticated rumors I in commercial circles have it that plans arc afoot for a merger of the heating and lighting corporations of Louisville The news comes just as it the men behind tho movement hall no regard for public sentiment IiIn the matter Perhaps they have not They see an opportunity for graft and take advantage of it without as much as saying to the people 13 your leave- The men behind this propose merger are not public spirited ell izens They are vampires ghoul and grafters The heating and lighting con panics operating in Louisville obtained their respective franchie under the pretext of health competition They were glad to get the franchises and made money at the rates they charged The Louis yule Lighting Company is one of tIle parties to the proposed merge The city of Louisville is the largest stockholder in that company amI nowit is made to appear that Louisville will have no voice in the matterSome way ought to be found tt make the holders of franchises stick to their original bargains Trobabl a waywill be found It is hardly possible that the taxpayers of Louisville the consumers of light am gas will sit idly by and allow i1 monster monopoly to obtain control of public utilities POISONING JUSTICE Is Kentucky always to remain tIIO dark and bloody ground now long will Louisville help the State to maintain Its reputation as a paradise lor murderers Within two months two coldblooded murderers have bcei tried and each has gone free In neither case was self defense proves as a motive for the crime In botl cases a power the power of money was behind the murderer Verlli there must be a screw loose some where and there aro those tha t tamper with justice now sowing the wind that will eventually reap the whirlwindIn murder trials referred to Judge Gregory and Commonwealths Attorney Huffaker have done theli full duty and no blame attaches to r them but there is a suspicion thatt there is a coterie a clique of juxj fixers hovering like harpies over the d Jefferson county Court House and r poisoning justice The man who connives at securing the Immunity of t a eoh blooded murderer whether hi msfixes the jury or furnishes time money for it is more cowardly than the murderer i None can tell the vagaries of ta jury Asa rule intelligent men are k not wanted on juries The man whc s reads or who expresses an opinion can find TO place on tIle jury Bu the intelligent thinking men of the community wonder after trials an over how the jurors ever arrived at their conclusion Certainly these jurors have a right to their own opinion Tiiit it seems a very port opinion that will permit a cold p blooded murderer go whlpt of justice when the evidence is contrary to the jurys finding TIlE JUST MAN Writing for the New York Herald Rev Patrick A Halpln of tew Rochelle College declares the just man a toner four square and Impregnable Very little more than an ideal in the pagan world he is an x achievement and a masterpiece in Christianity Presenting a fearless front to oil assaults from within or without lie Is the embodiment of perfection in every center indi vidualI domestic or social lib is x beacon and jpanctunry lor his fellows r He is panoplied in justicethat virtue which maketh for sterling character and which is one of the four strong hinges upon which the whole moral order turns It is more than honesty which is one of Its features onlyand ft vitalizes honor which is its bloom and fragrance tiItI gives to everyonetoOol1 to home to country to Caesar to the Inn it tways all that belongs to each It reppects every obligation and i eryright AVithdut it there re flwljr1 jinmrehy and its resultant chaos Who jrive not to God what I in Gods wilt not give to CmeMr hi- il Caesar Caesar kimiiflf refuting toSndwhin is lid Wji render only deRpotUirt to hepeTjaem1 who withhold theirfel lown is recreant t to Caesar and tears n I respect without which there iis naught left but degeneracy Hence among the shining beati- tudesI beams with a brightness all its own that one which the Master com inands us to hunger niter and thlrs for so paramount is its importantI for the herO and the hereafter Morn noon and night must it be radiantly I active never blinking for an in heartIbeatThe beatitudes are creative of happiness not only now but ever 1anc this globe of ours spinning on Us I axis to the music of justice I What a fair world it would bet It would be the world God made in the begin ning and which injustice unmade nnd is still unmaking What a bnefactor of his race is the just manl Ills thoughts are of the loftiest and the gentlest his word is his bond and baffles bankruptcy his deeds shine like stars In the black ness of lifes wretchedness Ills is a height to which each man is beck oned and to reach which he has wings were he only to try then Beloved by men how dear the just man must be to his M akerl Ten just men would have saved the wicked cities of the plain in Abrahams day but they could not be found If none sees ashes rise up as the smoki from a furnace out of the Sodom and Gomorrahs of our civilization one reason is that the appealing beauty of the righteousness of Ule just on earth averts the glance af an angered God from the multitude who forget and insult Him The Louisville Employers Associa tion displayed Itself In an unenviabli light this week by taking a stand In defense of a murderer tried in ihe Jefferson Circuit Court The mar killed was a union man the slayci was a seal Oppression of the poor defrauding laborers of their wages and wilful murder are crimes crying to heaven for vengance Persons who aid or abet all three crimes will have lots to answer for in this world and in the next New York clergymen of wldcl divergent creeds undertook a montl ago to organize a Clerical Confer ence and Its watchword was Unity Of the 1000 ministers that started out with the movement 200 nr fighting each other already Tin Episcopalians wanted unity with their creed as the unit Baptists refused to conform and others fol lowed suit Eventually they wil find no unity apart from tin Catholic church Any person guilty of white slavery in Louisville should be made to servo a long term in the State penitentiary The white slave traffic is one of tit worst evils of the present age ant it is to be sincerely hoped that its stigma and awful consequences wil not rest on Louisville or Kentucky President Taft could not have done better than appoint Gor Hughes to the vacancy in the United States Supreme Court Democrats as well as Republicans acknowledge the ability and fitness of the great New Yorker for this most important position Iowa Prohibitionists are debating about indorsing William Jennings Bryan as their candidate for the Presidential nomination The debate is not worth while Politically Bryan Is as dead as is the Prohibition movement UNIFORM RANK BENEFITe Next Monday and Tuesday evenings a high class motion picture entertainment Vlll be given at the Broad way Theater on Broadway near Shelby street under the auspices of the Uniform Rank C K of A There will ibo an entire change of pro gramme each night and in hddltlon there will be a number of special at tractions which wit make the show the best ever seen at this house The proceeds will go to defray apart of the expenses of trip of the uniformed companies to the Nash ville convention and it is hoped the Catholicl Knights of this city and mlUtaryboysalan will be only ten cents GUEST OF WOMANS CLUB The Right Rev Bishop OT onaghue pHonglvenbl CJub on Tuesday afternoon More than 600 ladies were presented to JIIIII Lordship After the reception nWiopL ODqnaghue made a brief Calk commendatory of the aim land pur Fgllowingfierather rJamen Pr Cronin aM Very Her Dr George W JJchuhofmn and the advisory hoard of the wen oyed a fJUIle o ms+ sa9rMA9a tn1s9imyo 9f r SQGIETY e19w C Will McKenna arrived Saturda r evening from Indianapolis for a visit wltn his parents in ort1andI Miss Margaret OMalley has bcen visiting in Lexington the guest of her sister Mrs J B lluntingtou Sirs Carl Tafel has returned Iron Newport where she was the guest of Mrs llobinsori East Fourth street Miss Mary Campbell of 1leasur Ridge has gone to Richmond for a visit of sevejal weeks with relative Among the visitors from Louis vllle registered in New York las week were John W Flood and D 1 P Mulloy Mrs P F Sweeney of Third atHl M stress had as her guest this wcek her sister Mrs George Dutllnger of NashvilleMiss 6Ilourke of Parkview has returned from a pleasant visl with Mrs Lawrence Wood at Charles town Ind- Misses Marion Olenson and Ellxu beth Bender of Portland left Sun day for a visit with friends iin Jefferson town hiss Georgic Dooley of Mend county who has been visiting Mb Carolyn Sullivan in Parkland let Monday to visit relatives in Findlay Ohio Mrs James Monahan and daugh ter Miss Mary of Lyndon lmv e gone to Montgomery Ala when theytill visit Mrs Monahani mother Mrs M Carney and daughter Mrs J L Keegan of Paducah arc VIsit- Ing Mrs Carneys daughter lie- S J Gardner 002 East Market street New Albany Misses Margaret and nettle Me Kenna who are the guests of Mrs Joe Lehman Iii Chicago are expected to visit friends in this city beforeI returning to their home in Fnirfield Mrs Mary Wctaen and dnughtc Mary who spent some time nt Tampa Flo returned last week alhl have since been visiting Mrs Uelsens sister Mrs Walter Leach man at Springfield Mrs Mary Maley of 103 East Market street New Albany who was lallt week taken to St Edwards Hospital for treatment is reported much im proved and her friends are hopefu for her speedy recovery Miss Katie Glasgow and George Me Casland well known young people of Jeffersonvllle were united in mar riage at St Augustines church or Tuesday evening The ceremony Avai performed by the Rev Father Join OConiiell Cupid kept the County Clerks office busy this week Among those who received licenses to wed were William 31 Whelan and Josh aiardesty P D Ridge and Blm Burke John J Treanor and Mari C OBrien Miss lArline Colenian of Syracuse has been spending the week here as the guest of Mrs J Sheridan at her bungalow on Kenwood way Tht fair visitor has been the guest at honor at a number of soCIal functions and has many friends here Joseph T Hanrahan and ibrldc net Miss Mae Fitzgerald who were quietly married last week at St Louis Bertrand church by the Rev Father Clark have returned from their honeymoon trip nnd are receiv ing the hearty congratulations of their wide circle of friends nnd acquaintances Miss Tillle Nugent daughter of Edward Nugent and William Melville of St Louis were quietly married at St Cecilia on Thursday evening of last week Rev Father Brady performing the ceremony I They left immediately for the South and after the bridal trip will make their home in St Louis Ills many friends in the three Falls Cities will be grieved to learn that John Kenney has been ill of pleurisy for the past week at his home in Jeffersonvllle For years Mr Kenney has been a prominent figure in Catholic fraternal society circles nnd holds a responsible position at the Jeffersonville Reform atory Tee Iloerter and Miss Emma Can field were united in the holy bonds pf matrimony Thursday evening at St Patricks church anti time ceremony was witnessed by a large gath ering of friends and well wishers The bride is the charming daughter of Mrs Martin Caufield of Portland and the groom is well known and popular in both social and business circles Miss Rosella Dolan and Alexander Johnson well known young people of the East End were united in mat rimony at St Michaels church on dnesday evening The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Martin OConnor The bride is the harming daughter of Mrs Ellen Dolan arid a sister of Officer John Dolan Mr Johnson is prominent in Democratic political circles and is nt present a deputy in the County Assessors office Mr and Mrs Johnson have received many congratulations on their matrimonial vventure PLEASANTLY SURPRISED Miss Catherine Burke w tendered a snrprlse party ate her home 1013 South Second street on Wednesday fveiiinfc Miiw Irene Burke prompted he surprise for her aUter fInd ecT taJnlYcl1ber work well The evening wq spent With Yo llind ln trn inlenUl iefactionst and oclal games efresbments wereserved eral- tim4lc1urIRl the evening Among hose present were Mlnei nJultat eiston FrwwfH Bhlifear ABU cc Haley Pflttle Lynch Bcula Ynr brough Agnes Frances Genevt Klein Mary PJper Margaret McCor mlck Dolores Cottrell Nellie McCor mick Jewel Kelly Pauline Miller am Margaret Quigley and Messrs Elmer Carrico Bernard OConnor Ilalph Owen James Peyton Join Envoy Oswald Georges E J Coll M P Faith Chester Cook Edwan Frclberger William Jones Willlnn Klerce arid William Smit- hSOUVENIRSL For Ladles on First Nigh ofmong the Stars The iMnckln Choral Club has ar ranged for a special feature in the way of beautiful souvenir photo graphs to be presented free to the ladles present at the opening per formance of Among the Stars at Macauleys Theater on Wedncstla night May IS Among the Stars Is the most iprolenllous show tIle Choral Club has ever attempled and will be noted for its runny novel and original features It is brimful of clever songs catchymusic amI pretty pictures- Aulyn Kauston the author Is wel pleased with the progress being made and the management and Mackln Council expect the Among the Stars chorus to be the prettiest tint best drilled that ever graced ia Louisville stage in amateur theatricals The principals have their parts letter perfect and in the com pany will be nearly n hundred youiij men anti women Tickets are noon sale and are going rapidlyas iIn nil parts of the city Mackln Council has a large following Quite a nun her of box parties have already bee formed and the club feels that tierwill be a large and brilliant attend ance nt each performance CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Will Approach Commun- Ion at Bishop ODon aghues Mass All members of the Catholl Knights of America affiliating with Louisvilles Central Comnllttec will approach holy communion at the 7 oclock mass at the Cathedral tomorrow morning President Eugene Me Carthy of Central Committee expects to see every member of the seventeen affiliated branches approach the holy sacrament He will head the Central Committee whjli Major Gen Michael llelchert will lead the Uniform tank Pontifical mass will be celebrate by Bishop ODonaghue who will also make a brief address to the Knights The Bishop is heartily in accord with time purposes of the order and 1118 words of encouragement tomorrow will give a fresh impetus to increas ing the membership The committee that met Blshoj DDonaghue to arrange for tomor rows exercises was composed of William T Meehan and Henry Bos quet The general attendance at communion will take the place of ta reception and banquet TO CHOOSE PASTOR The Very Rev Joseph Chartrand Vicar General of the diocese of Indianapolis has announced that ai examination will be held in the Hoosier Capital on May 24 to seleq t a Successor to the late Rev Edwart M Faller as irremovable rector of St Marys church New Albany Tit Catholics of New Albany would like to see the appointment go to the Rev Father G G Barries who fur seven years has been the assistant of the late Father Faller but the fact that he has not been ordained ten years precludes his becoming tin Irremovable rector Many changes In the diocese will follow in nil probability as time result of the appoint incut No doubt Father formica wll receive a good appointment but Ills old friends hate to see him lean Vow Albany MACKINS MEETING There was n nice gatherIng ol members of Mnckln Council last Mon lay night when President Kenney received three more new members The council went on recora as favor- Ing Twentysixth street for the new library and also for further Im provement In the street railway Fern ice in the Portland section of the city James Schrembs Charles Smith and Frank KIstler who are ill were reported improving while Dan Cunlff and Carl Pfeiffer are entirely recovered Louis Kleffer reported that the Choral Club was doing ex client work and promised that Among the Stars would outshine anything ever seen in Louisville NATHAN ROGERS WON Nathan L Rogers the only boy In tIle contest that wore knlcker loclccrs won the gold medal in the welfth annual oratorical contest of the junior class of the Boys High School which was held on Friday light of last week Young Rogers had for his subject The Sleeping leauty of the North and painted R word picture of Alaska The gold medal was presented by Dr uTenry E1 Tuley There were nine youths in ihe contest and the fact that Nathan Rogers was awarded the victory is quite a compliment The roting orator is a son of Attorney tfewton o Rogers- MIDSUDL1lER OUTING The County Board AOHmetat Bertrand Trail on Tuesday night and lie principal matter discussed was he annual midsummer outing 3qnnty Pre tteft Patrick J Welsh presided It was decided to hold time rating at Phoenix Hill Park on Yuly 21 nail the Ladles Auxiliary will hare Jn the profits The follbwInR Omfl tee tires chosen to arrange then esaan details County Prert1 lent Pi J Welsh State President jlfprge if Butler Thomas Walshl r ltdlnt1vflIOIl1Con r 1For- dresident1 I IHrUlon J Joseph Lynch Etoriek TA1I1UarireafMnt DI III1 tcIn 8 DJ Cole nand John XI fenn Mjr Pre ldeui of iou 4 KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS1 Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere Ii Buffalo Council has nearly 1000 members May wlUbe a busy month aA everywhere State conventions will be held Vincenues Knights would like tlr entertain the Indiana State Council in HI11Ii Rochester Council has onq ot the strongest dramatic clubs in NCV York State A class of eightyfive was Initiated cereImoniesMinneapolis Council threw open iti beautiful new quarters last wee with a formal reception at which Archbishop Ireland was the princlpa speakerSan Council has preI Rented Archbishop Klordan with 000 to endow a scholarship at Stl Patricks College Mento Park for the ednjiatlon of young men for the priesthoodIed special services at St Thomas church last Sunday morning and ro celvcd holy communion in a body The pastor Rev Father OBrien if their Chaplain Massachusetts will be the next State to make Columbus day OctoI bcr 12 a legal holiday The bill lIRs passed time State Senate There Iil every reason to believe it will pastime House and receive the signature of the Governor Those who keep in touch with Uu trend of things in the Fast noting the Long Island jurisdiction with Its sixty councils feel that the order IIs menaced with the multiplicity of councils and deem consolidation advisable and necessary to preserve the dignity of the order and its tradi lions GONE TO ROME Mr Lucy OConnor and her daugh ter Miss Stella OConnor left Sun tiny1 for New York nail on Tuesdaj sailed for Europe They will go dl meet to Rome and there witness or May 21 the ordination to the priest hood of their son and brother Franl OConnor who has completed lilt studies and won high honors In tin American College They will spent three months in Europe visiting Father flax in Holland and friends in Ireland before returning Their many friends wish them a pleasant journey and safe return homo HEARD BISHOP PREACH The announcement that Blshoj PDonaghue was to preach at the Cathedral last Sunday attracted an unusually largo attendance at the late mass None who attended were disappointed Bishop ODonaghue Is an earnest and forceful speaker Those who hear him once are anx ious to hear him again The Right Rev Bishop will soon begin administering coniirmalion in the churches and before sIx ariousI ended will have visited nearly parish in the city Y M I ORGANIZER Grand President Robert T Burke Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction lens appointed Louis F Butlenz as official organizer for this jurisdiction Mr Budenz left for Covington on Wednesday He expects to organize a council there Great success has attended the efforts of Mr Budenz in Indianapolis and vicinity anti Grand President Burke expects sun liar results from his work In Ken tUck PIRATES OF PENZANCE Great Interest Is being manifested In time coming production of the Pirates It Penzance by the Ceclllnn Choral Club an organization of well known young Catholic ladies and gentlmen Whatever funds ac crue will be devoted to a very worthy cause This tuneful opora will be produced at the Mary Anderson The stem on the evnings of dray 23 and 24 Cast and chorus are holding re hearsals several times a week Hors TO GREET BISHOP The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue has signified his intention to visit St Lawrence Institute on East Col ego street on Monday evening May 0 The Board of Directors of that in stitution the working boys who unite their home there and friends of the home will be on hand to wel come time new prelate Rev Brother Pius director of the Institute prom ises Ills Lordship a royal welcome NEW ALBANY EUOHRE Branch 110 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will give a euchre in Holy Trinity Hall New Albany next Tuesday afternoon and night The euchre was to have been held on April 10 but was postponed on account of the death of Father Fuller Quite a number of hand some prizes will be awarded the successful contestants Members of the order in Louisville and Jefferson ville are invited to attend during the afternoon or evening NOTED MISSIONARY IN ROME The Very Rev Dr Kelley Prest lent of the Uathpllc Church Ex tension Society was received In audl nee by Pope Plus X on Monday ills Holiness asked many questions bout the extension movement and the chapel car Dr Kelley was ac companied to time Vatican by Father EI Roe and Mr Pelrlet of Chicago FIFTY YEARS YOUNG Attorney W Allen Kihney cele rated Ills birthday on Wednesday lis friends anti admirers sent him a landflonie box of roses atT n token nf their esteem Mr Kinney seeme t6 grow younger with each Immerses ng year fJBftOWX HOW OtUDD a Goy Vnilaon mis appointed Nil Nora grown his private atenof Her Secretary of the Kentucky i t SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 42PIECE DINNER SET42 Given Away With One Years Subscription to I Kentucky Irish American AND 200 IN CASHI IThis 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 hand some sets Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green St OOOOONOONNNNOOOOOONi s000000000NO N000 00N N i jiji Ii 11- a I i My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best sA 1 o st IJAMES GREENE Ij 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I t NaoNOON ++ NNO eeeooNNNON i IIII I I I I IandI I Magic Carpet Gleaner Cleans renews portiers woolens etc I JorJ I 118SUPERIOR flLiEfl 8 SPECIRITY CD- iIi And Every Requisite Amateur and Professional Photographers 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KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladle and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 U CENTRAL FURNITURE CO IacosPoratea NW Cor Third and Oreea Sis We furnish the home corn plete oh easy payments WM CALLAQHAN Mgr Sifts Dept J y HER MANN BROS n JMJOIlTERSii FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DMilUn andWholauleAeehlien 1 a en In Pl tacky WhhkU MpeiaUy s Pearl of Nelson LED IN iPPND- i TOis0111u I i CM nxn mutt 1531 W MARKET STREET FOR Furniture Of Vll Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WMF MAYER 419 W MARKET ST CO a6MMCKK8aCKKaK859Caa83C8C8CK83Ci I Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVI ERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brother Classicall ScieutlficSnd BualneM Courses Preparatory DCS partmentLarge Swimming 1801 GymnaaiumTermiModerate Bro3ameeJS CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Spiecialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH VENUE Both Telephonoe080- AllI orders receive prompf attention Aud satisfaction guaranteed ftNRY HUNOLD BKAIXR IN I pr Staple iMn Fmf 6rscars IANPLEAOOMt DOk WUtktM a ftaUlty- wPtoMUM MIl AtiIT OWENSBOKO Santo Council Will Soon Occupy Its New Home Fine spirit good attendance and meetuwensbono which will soon hove into its elegant and larger new quar tern Last week four new member I were admitted and threo applications received making fifteen that have Sheen nelddd to the roster since the I first of the month and more coming every meeting The annual communion day was observedat St Josephs church and nil were grail fied with the large increase over the number who went last year Sartos ball team has gotten together n programme Is being arranged for the meeting on May 4 and there is some thing doing nil the time Much to the regret of the members Harry Arnold hns left Owe I boro and Peter Roach succeeds him as Marshal During the month of Mnythero will be a big initiation which will take place in the new club rooms to which the Grand officers will bo invited Though not yet quite ready It Is thought Sarto will take the negative side in the joint debate with Mnckin Council of this city which will be the occasion of a great gathering at Owensboro The work of getting the club rooms ready is being pushed but the formal opening everythingIIIf completedLIFE CLOSED Venerable Catholic Lady Sank Peacefully to Rest Grief overspread tile Catholic com munity of Louisville when it became known that Mrs Elizabeth Sheriilan hail died at her home 2022 Ljtle street on Monday afternoon Her Christian life closed as calmly as n child sinking to sleep The deceased was born at Manorhamilton County Lei trim Ireland seventyone years ngo She came to America at the ape of sixteen and for half a cen tury made her home in Louisville During her long life in Louisville she was a devout member of St Patrick s congregation and was always Interested In church and charitable works Her husband Patrick Sheri dan died twentythree years ago The following children survive her Deputy County Assessor Nicholas Sheridan Edward and Bernard Sheri dan Miss Mary Sheridan formerly Supreme Treasurer of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America and Miss Susie Sheridan The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday morn- Ing and the edifice was crowded by sorrowing friends of the bereaved family EASY PENNANT WINNERS gIllcloselli1 ing1 the Kentucky Irish Americans defeating the Commonwealth Life Insurance team club three straight games averaging 902 and rolling the high score of 1022 in the first game this making them pennant winners by a lead of seven games over their nearest competitors the ONeal and ONeal club In the past six years the Kentucky Irish American team has won the championship four times the Squire Adams team beIng victors the other two the first named not being entered one year and finishing one game behind the Adams tenth the other year The team is composed of John Lubbers Newt Seibert Albert D Gregg John 1 Boardman Fred Stengel Thomas M harry and John Oetken A sup per will be served the team this evening at Bruens Hotel in honor of winning the pennant FONTAINE PERU OPENING Fontaine Ferry will Inaugurate its 1010 season on Sunday May 1 and if the weather Is at all propitious an auspicious reopening of this popular resort is sure to be the result Tins Improvedthroughout tractive thou ever One of the new things at the park is The titterDips which promises t01provo n rent amusemnt sensation All of the agarshepopular prices will ngaln be the rule at the Ferry Theater and the dally free concerts given by Greggs Hand will again be enjoyed Above all the free gate will again obtain at Fontaine Ferry This Is a most popular move on the part of Man tiger Tony Landenwlch and the other park officals esepclally in view of the extensive improvements mode at the Ferry this season FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED The funeral of Mrs Jane Ellard at morningwnslorgelyatfended Iwnslleill for some time at the home of her daughter Mrs John McClair C28 pfhernumerous friends MOVING PIOTUIUSS The Casino Princess nail Columbia still hold their popularity with the motion plcture public and their programmes for next week willbe comedyiewsnreAenlllnel the pretentious scenic films are said tOllllr 8SIRIly yet seen here At tell there fire popular pew Illustrated I songs Cary Taylor has returned to the Casino and has been received with much enthusiasm II TRNnuRNEDJ I Sirs Mary E Dillon mothnt of thee late Fire Chief Ben Dillon was ser sagolinef Parkwajjr on Weihx day The house WM damaged to the prtent of S200 before tae fates wenc extinguished i i r BOYS SUITSWith Two Pairs of Pants 3 4 5 and 6 Just Like Two Suits at the Price of One LEVYSTHIRD The Bright Spot In Louisville scffijttl jttlThe I IJ I Almighty DollarSAVEIIII The first dollar you out of your earnings can be- Etil made the ALLM1GHTIEST ctc you ever will have handled if youll make It the basis of a f SAVINGS ACCOUNT here and add to It regularly and pert II fistently the whole to t t a interest year COMPOUNDED bearJJ I I 1111I1111 t tBank iI 1 andJJ Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open daily until 3 p m nSaturday until 7 p m IMONEY TO LEND While Mrs Dillons burns are severe she Is pertDEATH AT MIDWAY Daniel McGann fortysix years old and for twentytwo years agent for UdwnJKyknown in that section of the coun try and was a general favorite among railroad men lIe is survived by three sons The deceased was a brother of Dennis McGann first baseman of the Milwaukee club Other relatives include Joseph Mc Gann a tailor of Louisville Mrs John M Casey and Mrs M OSulIl van both of Shelbyvllle FORTY HOURS PRAYER Pony Hours prayer was held at St Leos church Highland Park be ginning Sunday morning and closing on Tuesday morning On Sunday evening at 730 oclock the Key Father Denis Murphy pastor of St Williams church preached an eloquent and appropriate sermon The pastor Rev Father John J Fitzgerald was much pleased at the attendance and devotion of his people IIADGE VOll HAILIFF Friends of Bailiff Bud Moran took him by surprise Wednesday by pre seating him with a gold badge orna mented with a big diamond The presentation speech ails made by At torney Clem Huggias who stated that the badge was a slight token of the cstem In which the handsome young Police Court Bailiff was held expressedhisi ELOQUENT LECTURE Icon Boyd Winchester statesman diplomat arid scholar of many attainments delivered an instructive and entertaining lecture before the Louisville Council Knights of Column bus on Wednesday evening iMore enjoyedtheThe Moral Teachings and Influence of Lucretius SURPRISES PROMISED Division 3 A 0 IT will hold a regular meeting in its hall at Nine teenth and Portland avenue on Mon day evening qnd Presidenti Sullivan desires a full attendance He prom isQB several pleasant surprises for all who attendMINP3 OX SILVKRi The writer tIn wKicfc potatoes have bM boned Is eseelleutfor renVqTlng1 stains hem ailerartkles Wash the wipedry ST LEOS PICNIC Will Aid In Raising the Funds For New School St Leos congregation will hold Its grand annual picnic on the church grounds Highland Park on Thursday June 23 Quite a number of handsome prizes will be disposed of at the picnic These prizes are to be awarded according to the com bination book method and the books will be circulated next week An addition to the rapidly growing school is absolutely necessary and the picnic will be held to meet the necesrary outlay The pastor of St Leos Itev John 7 Fitzgerald ejc pects his friends in nil parts of the purchllslngticketsand talking tip his picnic Those who purchase tickets on the combination books will have an opportunity to be awarded one of the many follow ing useful prizes Five dollars In gold kitchen cabinet bench wringer fine rocker years sub scription to the Kentucky Irish goldladyssubscription to the Olnnbensbote case of assorted wines load of coal piece of fancy needlework center QuickMealinet photographs gold Rosary ton of pieceThel will serve an excellent dinner and sup per on the grounds The general public Is invited to attend this annual fete and assist a worthy cause SOCIAL SESSION Followed Business Meet ing of Division 4 A O H Division 4 A 011 held a business oil social session Monday night and the attendance while fair was mil nil It was expected to be president John 11 llenuessy presided during the social session Lawrence Meaney acted as Recording Secretary in the absence of John 1 11 Inn who came in later loin Mcllugh was obligated and applications were received from John Cummlngs and John Ansbro Charles Cnllnhnn who had been ill was reported fully restored to health while Stephen J Toomey nod Michael Doyle were reported on the sick list Harry Brady Chairman of the Picnic Committee reported that Division 1 4 and the Ladies Auxiliary would give n joint picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday June 20 Among the old members present after long absence were James Cur ran John Ilenehan John P Helton Joseph McCarthy and M J Walsh A tthe conclusion of the business session the meeting was turned over to the Entertainment1 Committee Sandwiches and other refreshment were supplied in abundance and all enjoyed an hour or more of feasting and merrymaking CLASH OVER LIBRARY Portland residents are much wrought up over the announcement that a site at Twentyseventh and Bank streets has been selected for the proposed branch library when the majority of the people want n site at Twentysixth and Slunk streets Those favoring the Twenty sixth street site contend that this location is much more suitable that Twentysixth street is u practical boulevard from the river south to and beyond Broadway while the street in front of the proposed site is nothing more than a dirt road it is also contended that the site nt Twentyseventh and Hank streets will entail an outlay of 0100 while the other site can be had for 2700 The adherents for the Twentysixth street site do not expect to surrender without n struggle TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council held a well attended meeting last Monday right The applications of WillIam Ilrauer and John A Osterholt were presented It was announced that an initiation would be lick Sunday afternoon May 8 nt which time n large class Iwlll be received The Dance Committee report was received With great pleasure as a nice sum was realized from the series which just closed The Literary Committee announced that John McNabb who has traveled ex tensively will give a lecture on his experience in traveling the globe on Monday May 0 and as he has quite a reputation as a lecturer a large assemblage is expected to gree him on the occasion AWFUL DEATH The bodyof Patrick Sexton a highly respected citizen of Newport was found beside the stove in the ruins of his home 218 West Ninth SundayIllssupposed that he lied crawled that far when death came Mr Sexton was sixtynine years of age and for many years had been prominent In the Atone contracting business In Newport ELEVEN FOR ACQUITTAL The foreign Insurance companies who arc prosecuting Patrick Need ham who was 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AND SHIPS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS RetailIAJI the Standard Brands Wholesale and jfetiiily Trade Through Mail Orders a Specialty KYI114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE w AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale ir rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Etlmates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Jentand Awnin Go BOTH PHOrjJES 2712f N TMIR ST T HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr iI the Put WeekOeneral- Newa Notes It Division 4 will meet a week iron Monday night- Division 72 of Boston now has its own drum corps Syracuse Is organizing a company of Hibernian jiffies The Ladles Auxiliary will meet In regular session on Wednesday even ingDivision 2 will meet Friday night and President Ford urges a large attendanceThe Order at Pueblo Cot will receive holy communion in a body on May 8 In many of the Eastern cities the Hibernians nave begun preparations for their annual field day St Marks church at St Paul was thronged last Sunday when Division 5 approached the holy table The audITors of the Ladles Aux diary at Merlden Con report ia balance in the bank of 3000 The Hibernian Rifles of Fort I Wayne Ind will soon appear ir new and handsome equipment I Something novel is promised by DI- vision 1 in its open meeting and re ception to the Ladles Auxiliary or Tuesday evening Several pleasant surprises are in store for the members of Division i3- and others who attend the meeting next Monday night The division of Elmira N Y re Gently presented Jley James F Winters a handsome and suitably inscribed gold headed cane Division 2 of Syracuse is increas ing its membership in hopes of lend ng the Empire State Fifteen mem bers were added this month The Literary Society visits brIng out a large attendance at the meet ings of the St Paul auxiliaries which are always of an Irish nature Why not have a field day here in Louisville Many arc looking to Tort Dolan who has had experience and knows how to conduct one Last week the Ladies Auxiliary Muncie Ind initiated a class of fifty members There were present clergymen and visitors from Indianapolis Anderson and Elwood St Patricks church at Covlngtot will be thronged on Sunday morning May 8 when the Ladies Aux illary of that city and Newport approach holy communion in a body With a charter list of 171 mem bers and another addition ot sixty at its last meeting the Ladies Aux iliary recently instituted at Malden Mass promises soon to become the largest in the country The Ladles Auxiliary of St Pat nicks parish in Indianapolis held an open meeting Wednesday night in compliment to their new pastor Rev Victor Drucker who succeeded the Right Rev Bishop ODonnghue Sunday was the greatest day in the history of Division 2 of Leroy Nt Y when about ninety candidates received the degrees Father Wilber the State Chaplain and Fathers Gambinp and Vanderpool were present The division wna awarded the prize for lost year for having secured the largest number of members MODERN MARVEL IS St Patricks Cathedral Now Ready For- Consecration Archbishop Farley has announced I that St Patricks Cathedral New York will be consecrated in Oc tober but the exact date has not been determined It is dependent upon the great ceremonial of the Eucharistic Congress which will be held in Montreal in September It is expected that nearly nil the Dish ops and Archbishops in the Unite States will be present at the impos ing ceremony in New York Nearly forty years have passed since the foundation work of St Patricks Cathedral was begun Thirty years ago the Cathedral had been so far completed that it was roofed in and then it became possl siblo to hold services therein Its completion offered almost stagger ing problems to the communicants of time church The architects had planned a Cathedral to last for ages always to remain an admirable sped men of modern architectural beauty The twin spires which of themselves cost a large sum might leave been eliminated but there was never a moment when the Bishop Arch bishop or the late Cardinal Me Closkey had a thought of deviating from the original plan There remained for some years a debt of 800000 hanging over the Cathedral This has nil been paid and the solemn consecration will oc casion general rejoicing throughout the archdiocese of Now YorStPatricks is one of the finest of modern Cathedrals and its cost has been between 3500000 and 4000000 HOPKINS THEATER With a trio of special features in the way of full reel films and an songthet week at the Hopkins promises to meet with the hearty approval of the patrons of1hehouse The films will show quaint comedy and dra matic subjects of more then ordinary interest Besides theae Manager Dustin will present some entirely new scenic noveltiesJ J MASONIC TJIEATER Thai the RoberBlamleri Stock CCompany at the Matonic has made rood with the LbuUvjlle Thexlergo ing public was fully attested by the large attendance that marked all the In tte entirety the workothe company IB mott witinfactory ai1dtb perform anoeji unusually mxodth jFdr next week the bill will be Zaza with matinee on Tue day =Thur day end Saturday This production wilt be I 6 f FONTAINE FERRYT- HE PARK BEAUTIFUL Opens Sunday May I FREE GATE Many New Attractions NEW MASONIC Another Big Week Matinees Tuesday Thursday and Saturd- ayRoberBlanden Company IN ZAZAPricesNights ISc to SOc Matinees Best Seats 25c HOPKINSWhere IMOVING Different From the Rest New Films PICTURES With fine explanatory talks by Mr Dustin Popular illustrated songs Same Old- Prices Entirely 10ei and 5c CASINO THEATE 317i FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTT This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater especially to Ladies and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIA Under the same management We present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Fails City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatrArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DivISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T Median Financial Secretary Jno J Keaney 1007 Dumcsnil street LynchISergeantatArmsDavld M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J StevensFinancial SecretaryJohn G lies sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Stree- tPresidentJohn II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 733 West Oak Assistant Financial SecretaryD- J ReillyRecording Secretary John J WinntJrensurerHarry Brady CallaghanOutside Sentinel Michael McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII1LE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President J Q hole Vice President J B Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc 3rody Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Colt SergeantatArms Flaherty Inside Sentinel J Flaherty Y lam I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 deets Monday Evenings at Club TwentysixthPresident First Vice PresidentDr J A CasperSecond Vice President Sherley Juniff Recording Secretary Robert Os sorneCorresponding Secretary William A Link Financial Secretary Frank Q odamBJreasurerDaa Weber MarshalAllen G Wobben Inside SdntinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart well staged and costumed and will doubtless add to the popularity of all the members of the company PORTLAND VS SItELBYVILLE The Sheibyvllle team of the Blue grass League will play the strong Portland team at Portland Park tomorrow afternoon andwlll have Beekefi formerly of the Southern League In the box Anton Kuhn Manager of ShelbyviHe and a former Louisville boy will bays his strong eat 1fn he hopes to retrieve the d l1fU Frankfort team by Portland two weeks ago Frankfort having won the championship last year in the Dluegrpss League Port llaude star pitcher George Board stan will oppoM Beeker on the slab ands fast gam is expected t I IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I I James Quinu D C was recently CountyMayosions After twenty years ministry at Qlonmcl the Rev P Doocey has been transferred to Ballybrlckeu County Waterford The death occurred at Ballytecn of Michael Naughton a well known county farmer and a member of tho Limerick County Council In opening the criminal business at Wicklow Quarter Sessions Judge Barry said there were only two bills to go before the grand jury There being no criminal business to dispose of at the Cork East Rid ing Quarter Sessions the Recorder was presented with white gloves At the County Meath Criminal Sessions held in Trim the Judge congratulated the grand jury upon i the peaceful condition of the district Longford Guardians decided to prosecute Major Fair Local Govern ment Board Inspector for an alleged assault on a boy in the workhouse It is estimated that the damage done by fire to John Kennys premises at Ballyhaunis is over 30000 The whole building is a complete wreckThe death of Francis Donohue which occurred at his residence at Newtowngore is deeply regretted by a wide circle of friends in County Leitrim Four tenders were considered arum more Urban Council for the extension of the waterworks that of Patrick Grant of Thurles being acceptedAmong a large circle of friends the death of Justice George Edward Radcliff of Kells has caused much regret He was in his seventysev enth year- Stephen McDonogh of Dunmore son of the Coroner for the district of North Galway was elected Tetty Sessions Clerk for the districts of Dnnmore and Mllltown Cattle driving has broken out afresh in North Mayo extensive clearances of grazing farms having taken place at Rahalea Lackcn and on the Verschoyle estate Two brothers Lawrence and Michael Kinselln living near Goroy County Wexford have become heirs to a fortune of 25000 each by the death of nn uncle in Australia The Portumna Guardians under the Presidency of James Cosgrove nave elected Dr Robert Fair medical i officer of the Union Hospital and Dr M Kennedy medical officer of the dispensary district John Hogan aged twentythree a teacher in St Patricks College at Drumcondra was killed by acci dentally falling a distance of thirty feet from the cliff to the beach at Vieo bathing place Dalkey- A cattle drive took place near Birr when seventeen animals were driven four miles but they were recovered next day The same night a twelveacre bog belonging to time same owner was set on fire Rev J A OBrien has been pre seated with a handsome address from members of the Gaelic branches of Rosenalis Clonaheen Hermitage and neighboring districts on his appointment to Goresbridge The death is announced at Dun garven of Patrick McCarthy who 3in the days of Parnell took an active part in the Land League agitation and once held the position of Chair man of the County Waterford Farmers Association fPho death occurred somewhat suddenly nt Killarney of Daniel Spillane in his fiftyeighth year Ho was a member of the Urban Council and the Poor Law Board and always showed a practical interest in the welfare of the down IMPROVEMENT Louisville Ball Team Re covering From Crippled Condition The Colonels will meet Bill Friels Columbus Senators again this afternoon tomorrow and Monday and then lleave for a months trip throughout the entire circuit meet ing every team not returning home until June 1 The decided improve ment in the teams playing has again buoyed the hopes of the fans who realize that the sick and crippled condition of the players coupled with extreme hard luck was in a great measure responsible for the bad s art of the Colonels and that with a nearregular lineup the team was very strong which was proven by their defeat of Toledo who had been leading time league until their advent here rime present Infeldof Uoward Woodruff Morjarty and Sullivan is 0 veritable stone wan The playing of Woodruff at second base improves every game and if continued there will be second to none in the associa ion About the only criticism of Morlarty that can be made is that he akes too many chances of getting hurt in his efforts to win games but here is no denying the fact that his gameness and spirit make pennant vinners About the most modest member of the team and the most consistent hitter is Homer Smoot whose timely hitting has been a treat to the fans and Who is playing the best game of his career Presi lent GraySon has provenr that he has pared no expense thus far in giving liouisyille a strong team and the lublic should show its appreciation by crowding the park for theses last three games coxraais TURKS HUNDRED Right Tier Bishop ODoriaghue on hursday of last week administered he sacrament of confirmation to a laaspf about 300 at St Augustines church at Lebanon The services rare hnuueily Jmrroulv and as his wfea fc Blahop s fitltrl t and he first cpiSfirinatkm1 there flra eoDfIertiOJtlbttaxed hurchwas ptJr 9 1 t fl3O1LES a BAN l liJ Iv y OF THE FOR THE BY THE tu PEOPLE IIi Capital Stock 10000000 Jl PAR VALUE 1000 PER SHARE X + To be sold at 1100 per share to create a surplus and cover all expenses of X X organization t CHARTERED UNDER THE GENERAL BANKING LAWS OF THE Q- i STATE OF KENTUCKY X t ENDORSED BY UNITED TRADES AND LABOR ASSEMBLY t t f ITS PRINCIPAL BUSINESS WOULD BE Y 1 To loan money to wage earners and worthy applicants on CHAT X ff TEL MORTGAGES with Furniture or Merchandise a security yst 2 To loan money In small sums on WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS of IX the PEOPLES STORAGE COMPANY representing JEWELRY PLATE X + CLOTHING FURNITURE MERCHANDISE Etc o IX PROFITABLE INVESTMENT X An even number of shares In time PEOPLES BANK and PEOPLES XVkeeping the control and the profits of both same tt Statistics of other institutions operating on the same lines In other cities J xt stx SAVINGS features combined would pay handsome returns on the money X x invested t oFORINFORMATION CALL ON OR WRITE + PEOPLES INVESTMENT coiV Y- y INCORPORATED V- y y- X 511512 LINCOLN BANK BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY TRUSTEE FOR STOCKHOLDERS Y to H S SEARLE Chairman sII- X E M SWIFT Secretary Organization Committee t KX K X 1 INN iBi i iffl BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNAWHISKY II IIIT IS ALWAYS PURE off H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy II For the FILTERED WA TERII LOUISVILLE SOAP COS I I sow 111I IlUADE IN xOUISVUxE I r i M J BANNON P BANNON ilL L I VEENEM AN Pros b Mgr Vice Prs Treas Secn- tary7triftid ikA- lctlxurAOturors INCORlORA nD of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STPdETS AND ROADWAYS Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 f GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SEW TUB CKIEBRATBD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork 1 Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the onblic FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET JIFSULLIVAN Manager K AX UAr TI RS XTQR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cut of Beef Sprlag Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market prodftcta LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY po DR JT CHAWK n Veterinary Infirmary and Horse ShoeIRa Forte SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL noISE StIOEEN- GUoreaCiilid for end Dairirad C I OPPKB AND POME 1IMU SBVHfTH STPEEI rI I