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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN j I VOLUME XXIVNO J9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 7 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS 7SUBDUED JBrltlsli Peers Puss XJoyd1 Gcor o Budget WithouthAnJ Clitilltug I Tory Lender and King EcUVrird1 Have Failed to Agree c Tory Threat to Boycott Iris Ifi Distillers Is Quito a r Joke EDWARD AND THE GUARANTEES5 i The British House of Lords passed JjloydGeorges budget on Thursday of last week but the Peers were a subdued and chastened lot when compared with the conduct of the same body last fall All the arrogance that signalized their ante election debates had vanished The Lords realize that the countrys refusal to indorse their action has felt them in a perilous predicament IBoth Houses of Parliament will1 tstnnd adjourned until May 26 when the Lords will proceed to consider AUtd Ttoseberys scheme for a reco structlon of the upper chamber Roseberys scheme provides for anI elective element in the reformed1I rouse of Lords But Lords Curzon Lansdowne and Rosebery are still1I ttunable to agree upon the number and qualifications of this element If Roseberys proposition fallsI i through which seems most likely 1 itt will leave the Lords confronted with the resolution from the House of Commons limiting their veto Th compromisre which any of our resolutions Cabinet Ministersi feel confident that lutionsi will be ratified by the Unite King dom if the Lords refuse to adopt I them King Edward has returned from Ids trip abroad and it is said is in a i toad humor over the turn affairs 2iave taken lIe is said to be particularly angry with Arthur Balfour the Tory leader because he boldly J asserted that the King and Toriesi i have a common cause in resisting the demands of the Cabinet g When Parliament reassembles dur i H ringthelatter part ofthls month the crisis between the Lords and Com xnons will be rapidly brought to a bead This seems to mean that tIle country will be In the throes of n general election in June The Liberals backed by the Irish National ists seem to be confident but the Tories appear anxious tq stand oft the election as long as possible The SBrltish saloonkeepers are all Tories and their influence is one of the greatest Assets of the Tory party during elections They have adopted a resolution binding themselves to neither buy nor sell any Irish whls key until the license duties imposed by LloydGeorges budget have been seduced It happens that the only 4 people that would be affected by j i such a boycott arc the Irish dis tillers and they are nil notorious I Tories I As T P OConnor sees it the struggle began under extraordinary i circumstances means good luck for Ireland Home rule has been pushed to the front by both Liberals and Tories as one of the chief issues if snot the first on the abolition of the 1 veto of the Lords British democ racy is returping abundant gratitude to the Irish party for saving the whole situation by its determined stand The Government will ask for im mediate guarantees in the first instance jof course but if the King refuses it will not persist What it is chiefly anxious to do is not to embarrass Itself by a fight in which i sideaon popular and powerful and it is pos j elblo he would beat Asquith and the other Liberal leaders It might be leld also that no wus justified Inrt nsldng for a second election on so E revolutionary an Issue as the abollI tion of the veto of the House ofsLords But when the King has re- fusedA the Immediate guarantees the Ministry can fall back safely on the conditional guarantees and iteis possible the King will give them Neither he nor anybody else coulde argue that the country should be subjected to three general elections in rapid succession nobody could argue that the people should be naked to say the same thing over three imes 1 and the King would be 11justifIedIng that such a disturbing internal struggle should be brought to usy speedy an end ail possible KANSAS CITYS BISHOP Bishop John J Hogan of Kansas City Avili be eightyone years old next Tuesday Bishop Hogans health E yearsEa 1868 aijd ordained a priest fifty ftlAi years ago April 10 llast Only u one priest in MiswurJ is older than hfk Bishop Hogan wasi born in Ire Iand May 10 i829 anr1 same to Arne r tea when he was elltitel1 years of 0 SI1f3Y w ImUdvIQ IUCN Honi WJlllaim Bedmpnd has IntfOr St Iu daredt a Wlliuito P rlUmf ut to make Roman Catholic eligible for the Irish Viceroyalty No Catholic baa been Lord Lknt tQf Irflond r wrepbt of Lord Aberdeens retirement which iis likely In the near future it is be llieved in certain quarters that Lord Granard a Roman Catholic Peer VIceregalhonorswill be an American as Lady Gran 1nrd is the daughter of Ogden Mills New York She has resided at her usbands ancestral castles in Ireland and there gore birth to n son and heir GALA NIGHT i Hibernians Enjoy Evening I IWithNo Division 1 jI Not less than 200 Hibernians ana members of the Ladles Auxiliary as sembled at Falls City Hall last Tuesday night to attend the open DivisionSthroughout the meeting and on call apleasuretattendance ho said showed that the spirit of Hibernianism was not dead President Walsh also expressed tits VeryRevIn like manner Father Cronin ex pressed his pleasure at being present and meeting so many Catholic Irish Americans Their presence he said was a tribute to their Irish fathers and mothers All the Irish he knew were representative Catholics hence good citizens Keep before your members loyalty to the church am satnFather Cronin After the address of the Vicar General Miss Mamie Hourlgan sang a solo in delightful1 style Attorney J J ICavanagh dc 1llTered an address on True Hiber nianlsm The order he said was J intenselyhumanmore than words it is known by its deeds Its spirit leads to better lives nnd nobler deeds State President indelv1iblo impression and aroused muchl enthusiasm Miss Fannie Kennedy the County SweeneyPresident and Patrick T Sullivan of Division 3 made brief addresses Mr Sulll banquetinI Louts Kress sang a solo with Miss Gertie Riley as his accompanist on the piano Kllkellys band which hoc furnished music earlier In the evening rendered several selections Mist Mary Corcoran and Martin Shcehn- ave an exhibition of Irish step Banc ing solos were sung by Misses Mag gio and Mnymc Hourigan Cronin sang The harp Fanlery reIsponI mi he had found charity and true felWlowship here they were all brothers and all point with pride that there ii g no class in nlbernlanismvDuring the evening ice cream nnlIacake served The ices 11moldedLL AMONG TIlE STARS of didi Operatic Comet Soon theICome to Macauleys TheaterII Each succeeding day adds to the interest in the forthcoming produc CDtionf ofAulynThe operatic comet will be given at TlIngsj matinee lOthedren Esther AVhedon Slater Miss Abbie Chester Stirs Lanna Long andaM essrs Aulyn Kanston Thomas D coClinesboreLouis J ofZangcreased to fifty j JMlss Abbie Chester who has the pringenueand piquant lady and as tlhityear This time she will have greater opportunities and will np to advantage in her Her nuSoftnd also in the second act when he will appear in the guise ofanay iMackins Choral Club always get m ingexportedot1Wednesday IiitheL ACCEPTS NEW POSITION VlElmerof Mackin Council and one the staNesthas been with Dr TMCrutoherin the practice of dentistry J hehamelated with Dr nT Gill a leading dentist of the South While his wide in decUp6rlureJvance rent IIotoredRndrclp ct by those who knew him all deqlare Irmlnamshygain FIRE CIIEF9I11t1DF I Capt Valentine Blxensteln Chlsf oif JefferionTilIes Pre department awd flu Alma Derry a Karmiiif young IMy oftlie ame dtyj were that anietiy marriedf tlltho retox3 of Anthony ohurclji JeffersonTllle nit Wednesday of last week Capt and Mrs Bixtentteln will reside 1lth1 bra mother at 417 DUnoii avenue recaves gist t 1 I 1VERY REV JAMES P CRONIN Reappointed Vicar General of the DioceSe of Louisville DEVOTION To tho Mother ofGod Lugrossc tho Faithful This Month Many Processions nail II mu Inaugurate May- Day Catholics ot Louisville Did Honor to Mary Immaculaten AND OLD HER CHILDRENJ Mother of Christ pray for us r prayergY s I children of Mary a1loer titv It Was the first day of May I month especially devoted to hct f Little children scarcely moreII than babes In arms greybearcdedr I i InbeseechingGod to pray for us The not stop on Sunday nor on Mon the blesed Mother of God willI invoked continually until the month closes and even after that lasSundayt ents assembled to do honor to the mother of God In nearly every I the girls were given the pineShonor in the procession but Alary boystoo j Virginlollhymns were sung as the chil clad in white marched in pro cession through the aisles of the ious churches Banners were by the marchers maidens aloft the statue of the Health the Weak mothers watching upthefor us Usually After the procession and mnal music was the recitation 01 Rosary a sermon or brief Instruction and the benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Louisville was particularly blessed this year in the and elaborateness of the solemnities on tho opening of May waydidweresafternoon others in the even None interfered with any r They were all children of I e great mother flying to her for ij temporaldspiritualdfore dissentingbrethren j this devotion was held If were not edified they were not J shocked They heard in each in nce why Catholics honored the i whyCatholics wete1heldI all the parish churches in the One could not be jaIdtobe AlldedlfylngThesemns and of crowning the statue of theirbwtl arJ1theI 1theoronitv ill his laat moments He hail 1 confided the wholel world to the lareot hit blessed mother when He j commended St John to her care i1The various parish churches were crowded during the May devotions Sutidsr sad doriBff the prct- antaraelnlpybeen prompt j cf i I in attending whether during thermorning or evening and the altars are all tastefully decorated with May flowers 1 I I IUONOUED AGAIN Very Rev Father Cconi- Once More Vicar Generals I The Very Rev Father James Pt V1cartGeneralThe appointment was made by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuoMMonday Father c of Kentucky born of Irish parents Ho takes an interestCIrish affairs anil is all classes i I pastorSti of v ling the death of Father Gambon nppolntedChancellor I the late Bishop McCloskcy net j acted in this triple capacity until1 the death of the Bishop in Septem Iber Then he became Administrator 4o Iof the diocese and served untilI Bishop ODonnghues cnthronizatlon f His new honor is a deserved one Jio land he is receiving many congratu lations from parishioners and friends Many express the hope that he will be Monsignor or Bishop fiftyahis silver sacerdotal jubilee on June 14 i and his parishioners arc now at work to make the social side of the event a success inisiniAN WINS swiss BRIDE to Visa Helene Bourn of Vere and Charles Magahan ofday f J I Dublin Ireland were married in of I jail ns fire the ony so a v f I jjrlsh capital on Wednesday It tva he event of the year in Swiss Irls nodal circles in Dublin Time bride It the niece of Mr and Mrs Henry A i doibridegrHagaban Is a young woman of many rigreferwill visit Louisville waiboI MONUMENT TO XPIXRBR St atarys Academy of Prairie dreChien Wis has just completed plans that for the erection of a monument 48 and feet high on the campus overlooking and the Mississippi which is to cornmeal Alien orate the dls overyottbeIIFather fp of Waters by jtarquette the Jesuit tiotllgrea17631II i ISlIU1 iron OLD irojiE ilhe tiCOrpI j f fQrlPhllohe vrili VIsit Rome and onvaHwill liee presented to Pop Pine s by ArchWship Moeller who hat ar ran rd with the Holy Father for an audience for q n tuber of pricaC I front tilt nrob q HEROES Vlio Dare Injury nnd Dcnth Arc Firemen in Large Cities People Are Prone lo Under rate Services ol Brave Men I Pathetic Talc ot Orphaned Boys as Result oit Recent II Fire I DARE DEATH TO SAVE OTHE Hero lit Louisville as clsewlrere repeopleservices the attention to duty the Nliremen1CollleonlJsuits of blue and wearing jaunty dinengine110118es enlifesy pgonga- reredpre ha the lives and property of others For J cacti one it may be the Inst run There is scarcely a week in which i ilhere is not an accident of some hind in connection with Fire depart went runs in Louisville It has not been long since Fire Chief Ben Ih Dillon was fatally injured en route 1 4o a fire Last week there were two cccidcnts in one four men were hurt while three were injured In the Cannor when they will meet death or permanent disability For this reason our citizens should re spect and honor the men who die to save Fortunately Louisville has not h ac 1erecent accident as disastrous us hat which resulted In the death of and the permanent injury of as many more firemen at New Haven Two weeks ago the New aven Fire department was engaged in fighting a fier eflre in the jailI s 11Captmen Cullen McGrath Buckley ancd Martell The building was a deal trap and those brave firemen woroJ1suffocated and then burned jEach of these men had relatives near and dear who awaited their re to supper that evening but waited in vain New Haven is reo spending nobly to the call for funds provide for the widows und orphans but there are two little boys now doubly orphaned that money can adequately provide for Last June Firemen James T Cullen was bereft of his wife Sluce lie death he had been father a nether to their two little boys Jimmy and Harry aged seven and lire years respectively Ever afternoon hand in hand the little fellows went to the corner to await I the arrival of their father from Number Fours It was great fun wait for papa They tried to see who would be first to spot him The ridyv i on his fathers bicycle Eachl they met brim he had a kiss fortKi each Then they would tell him who I spied him first and that boy wouldl lake his place on the handle bars Jrpapas wheel On the evening of the fire at the Harry and Jimmy were on hand tisuai They knew nothing of the I They waited until long after in usual hour 5 oclock I I Pas late tonight I wont walt i of longer you can have the ride j ileft tonight couse Ive got to go back hahouseHarry agreed I Ill wait Jim Pop will be along pretty soon now and the little boy tol stood thero looking closely at the crowds watching every team and looking between the wheels still fur the iher down the street to see if ho couldnt get a glimpse of a man on bicycle After hed seen scores ofse wheelmen pass on their way home I from work ho saw a man his father new coming slowly along by the curb He waved his hand nt him Say Billy he piped Aint it cominghThe man knew but he had not the I I ItIl I 1eart to tell the boy He gulped wn the lump in his throat Harry you run along home Your fathers coming home all ht Well hes awful late tonight I nt that ride the little fellow toddled j along home puzzling his little headof over the circumstances If youre only five you cant be expected tom ason things out but Bill had Said left Iris father was coming homo site Dill was a friend of tits fathers tdmust know It was long after 6 BO Harry got home just in timer supper Still father didnt IntbovsFather didnt come home When the brothers went to bed rescuing force were still afc work t for his body in the ruins fo the jaih St When YOuhH1peOpl4i tpak dls bits tT of firemen remember he atory of J errY and Jimmy and Rprl their gallant father FIBTUmi BIRTHDAY seth hint Ada Rehan the distinguished IDd torblugst ooaj dienne of I nu flftlath1 artni inItmcrlckcountry with her parents at the age of five years At the age of ll teen she began her stage career in Nt Acrheoss until her retirement some 3c ago her success was most markable JASPER GREEKS I Erect Monument to Old Commrades at Savannah Confederate veterans of Savann held their memorial services on Tuesday and the principal feature unveilingRS of company First Ito iment of Georgia many of whose fwenl1yeightst In the Cathedral cemetery here the monument stands The nonunient was unveiled by Miss oel Ransford the little gran of Lieut James She was assisted by Misses Cleo Ulackwell and Teresa Hubner grand KennedyThe n 1er of the cemetery The base sup orts the bronze statue of a Con derate soldier Ire is standing with n blanket roll across the left shoull der and a musket resting upon the ft foot the muzzle pointing down yard Among those who took pa in the unveiling and parade were Col M J OLeary of the First lie gr iment and his staff and field of tI cers the Irish Jasper Greens t hosts of the occasion the Ogle I thorp Light Infantry the Savannah J faders the Emmet Rifles the Ger nan Volunteers the Republican Blues the battalion of Benedictine 1 dets a detachment from the Con federate Veterans Association Mei 11 Laws Camp United Confederate Veterans And Francis S Dart ow Ji Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans The opening prayer was offered by Right Rev Benjamin B Kilo j Catholic Bishop of Savannah n 118X111 Judge Samuel B Adams delivered the memorial address The Greens compose one of the historic companies of Savannah The 3 company was organized on December 1842 under the guidance of the ate John Elliott Ward its first mmander The Greens saw service 1IIJ officers of the company are F McCarthy Captain J A Dally First Lieutenant K I Burchi Second Lieutenant elect M A Me Cab First Sergeant and James J jrayes Quartermaster Sergeant i SUPREME COUNCIL Catholic Knights of Amer of lea to Assemble in rNashville I 0yCatholic Knights of America wtfll1 meet in Nashville next Monday and the sessions will continue each day i during tIle coming week Kentucky will bo represented officially byh Harry A Veeneman Sr of Louis 11 ville and Thomas Gleason of Cut ington Unoffically the Kentucky will be represented by the Uniform tank headed by Major in Gen Michael Reichert Gens Joseph McGinn and Gus Kane Capt1 Anthony Dantedonlco and Llcu Eugene McCarthy The Uniform Rank will take a drill team of thirty 1 men and will give several exhibitions si the Tennessee capital city Mr Veeneman who Is a member the Supreme Committee on Laws the Louisville for Nashville on Thursday because his commit s many matters to clear up tenII openaISenate chamber of the State Capl and previous to the opening session tIle delegates and other via itiug Knights will attend mass 9 t Nashville proCathedral Ths the Most Rev John J Glennon Arch bishop of St Louis will preach the r PHO5I PATRICKS HILIi Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ire this land will send the cornerstone for now St Patricks church to bo of cted in Philadelphia The stone pcliraditlonalgood marble I INTERS CONVENT I ilea Margaret Reagan daughter Mrs Mary Reagan of 632 South will Broadway and one of Lexington t favorably known young ladles last Sunday for Nazareth where last entered time convent preparatory taking the veil as a Sister of Cnarlty Miss Reagan has a wide The clrclot intends in the Bluegrass region whose prayers will follow her o hei4new life NINTK ANNIV BAn SIASfi fat The A vntbeCelebratedwH1titofgreat York n e I ceremony on Sunday May St Tita this Beiirand Conway the faD1u a Iaulist preacher VfilJL deUet the rmon fin the occasion FolJo irIng Jo e exAniple of the New York typos nwsnea are now celebrated at an early hour for newspaper men in a but t the larr cities ra PENTECOST 11IGreat Feast Commemorative o u thclloJJtrsAGhost Season AViien Bishops and Arch bishops Administer Continuation Blessings On Fruit nut Field Asked On Itogation nlnDays EASTERgI I Pentecost or Whitsuntide is one of tho great feasts of the year because it commemorator the descent rhoUbe celebrated a week from tomor row The Sundays which follow until Advent are all dated from Pentecost in the Roman calendar Pentecost signifies that it is fifty dajs after Easter Whit Sunday in the old AngloSaxon vernacular meant White Sunday or the Sunday upon which catechumens sufficiently In jstructcd were baptized In those- t days the catechumens were required 1o wear a white robe when baptized and to this day children are clad in baptismhob served by Catholics because it com memorates the visit of the Holy Ghost The 1araclete had been promised by the Saviour Biblical history and tradition tells us He fierytongues I disciples who had been alone and forlorn since the crucifixion and death of our Saviour were made L bold and spoke to the multitude in divers tongues that heard the apostles heard them in their own particular tongue r language The day commemor nted is the great feast day of the oly Ghost The second person of the Blessed Trinity has many days let aside for his homage Every day if Gods day but Whit Sunday is the One day In the year that the third j of the Blessed Trinity is spe honored Pentecost has been observed asnChristian holiday from the earliest imes In ancient times the vigil of daysCAs a rule the Bishops in their various dioceses begin their confirmation visits on or shortly after Pentecost DlshopODonaghue lion of administering the sacrament confirmation during the present month and the next Confirmation is a sacrament that the church teaches us makes us strong in the faith and gives grace and character to our souls The or Unary minister of the sacrament is he Bishop of the diocese In or dlnary cases a Bishop alone can confirm but the Pope may empower nnd has repeatedly empowered ordinary priests to do so provided ey use the chrism consecrated bra Bishop All baptized persons can receive the confirmation though to receive it with fruit they must be a state of grace This has been Rogation week so ailed because on Monday Tuesday nnd Wednesday the faithful ask for blessings on fruit and field In olden times it was customary to fast and to abstain from work during these three days In modern times asting has been abandoned during3stime of rogation IOONNELISIInADEIt many society circles were pleasantly surprised with the announcement this week that Andrew Connell would return from Omaha in June and claim Miss Jfary Florence Sbrader ti winsome and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs George B Shrader of New Albany for his 3 bride The groom is o son of Dep uty County Auditor Andrew Connell also of New Albany and was untilerecently connected with the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company in city when ho was transferred to Omaha and promoted to the position cashier for the company at that place Both are well known and in the Falls Cities and their dding will be one of the seasons events in New Albany WILL WELCOME KNIGHTS Next year tho Indiana Grand Com mandery of the Knights of St John meet in New Albany That was settled at thIS annual convention which met at Mount Vernon 3ndt Sunday The exact date for the convention will be fixed in the near future by the Executive Committee Grand Commandery will bring between 600 and 700 delegates and more than 1000 visitors to Ifew JU bany Capt John Huseon and John Windhorst represented New Albany the recent session of the Grand Commandery IiHTUIINt3 IfBOII SAD i1II33S10 1rJlarry A Veeneman Sn retarnml week from Cincinnati where e- wentt attend the funeral of Ws fatherrAnthony Veenetaaawho died the Rdem City on April W The 18Ulold1tretired from active btui eaa aer years prior to hlP death t KItNrUCXY IRISH AMRICAN 1 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans and Catholi Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America t jtcfNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 50 Entered st the LouUvllle Pbitottlc ai SecoatfClu natter Andreas all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISIf AMERICAN 31921 West Greet SL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 7 1910 CONGRATULATIONS tifIe diocese and State we wish to tender our congratulations to the Very Jtev Father Cronin on his reappointment as Vicar General He Is thorough touch with dloces affairs is a hard worker and has hosts of friends who wish him long life and higher honors N TAFT VERSUS MERGERS Last week the Kentucky Irish American had something to say in opposition to the proposed merg of several local lighting and heating utilities President Taft has dis covered that mergers arc bad for the nation Witness his defense ot Secretary of State Knox at Pitt burg on Monday night Knox as the law officer of the Oovernment who conducted to n su essful issue the greatest of thel cases in which the meaning and1 limitations of the antitrust act were considered and who by his successful advocacy called a halt upon the movement which threatened merger of all railroads in the han of one syndicate he took his pla c among the statesmen of the country I and while respecting the right of capital and the great advantn of efficient organization was alive to tho danger of the public weall which lies in the suppression j healthful competition and in tIle albuse of the privilege of organization I to secure private monopoly an excessive profit I Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander If a merger of public utilities Is bad for the nation it Iis bad for States and cities Won somebody please lend Louisville man of Knox calibre MORE ABOUT JIARPIESII I The editor of the Buffalo Cath1I ollc Union and Times declares In the general revolt that ioi appears to be gaining headway against intolerable public abuses the attention of thinkers and patriots should be directed to an evil that Is mordant of the very foundations of society That Is the sin the shame and the villainy o perjury In nearly every case Where damages arc asked for acciiI dent or injuries the defendants iIf corporations produce a cloud ot witnesses who glibly swear the I plaintiff out of court In nine cases out of ten the Judge solemnly nonII suits the plaintiff and thus prevents the matter coming before the jury or if it goes to the jury there are usually professional jurors on the panel who see that the verdict is no cause for action In this manner widows are cheated out o damages for the deaths of husbands orphans are left penniless and crip pIes given the laugh by smart cor i poratlon clerks and runners in th- p j employ of the law and claim depart ments of these institutions Another feature of this vile and contemptiblel programme is the shameless an I inhuman activity of the claim agentsI in securing releases for paltry 1 1 amounts from injured men ofte when the latter are semiconsciousI or even at the point of death The corporation representatives trample propriety underfootand throw I 4 human decency to the winds in order to make good with their soulless employers It is high time that thisj organized villainy should receive the attention of the neople for Judges and legislators seem to be in aIpus hypnotic trance on the subject The statement of the Buffalo editor shows what fs going on in his town The same state of affairs exists in Louisville Chicago St Louis and in nearly every large city in the country IiI11erowbetween t eUev W F JMoMurry of this city Secretarr of the Meth- y r odlsi Board ot Church Extension and the Rev WF Andrews and Dr Packard of Houston Texas is a t striking exhibition of Methodist brotherly love With alleged charges A t and countercharges retractions and a HwHhdrawalli1 thereof and the appll cation of such epithets as skunk the controversy has Attracted wills a tlp1ttoner1W rtlit of earns I study not mere passing notlp was the picture It of the figs leading weaah suffra I girta that appeared fim the J1U89fI last Saturday Just a few more such sad tber will return patcetomaar t distracted homes TM coateD ofaaeea portrayed went snob sr would terror to the must ell c men and would terrorize and unfit I for life the modest and timid woman Any sensible and womanly woman who sees the picture re leaderstTheinanyanState or nation would be to have its affairs directed by Anna Howard Shaw Harriet Taylor Tpton Rachel Foster Avery or any of their set It would be Iinteresting to know how much time they devote to their own homes and families ritiILTIIUll1STS Hear Truth From Eloquent Indiana Catholics Priest IhcBogemann of St Charles Borromeo church Bloomington Ind was in vitfcd to address the Methodists of the neighboring town of Greencastle which he did in their own church ills address was timely and interest 3ngI and dealt with the foundation otlthetI perIetual unity and her appeal for corni eloleexposed the misrepresentations an- l false charges in which enemies o delighttflee of the Catholic church Father ofiI I Bogemann concluded with the fold Jawing patriotic utterance which a 1 benefitI Y i 3 uman being has naught but loving I solicitude for the welfare of this great and noble nation with whose future are bound up in so large a progreslllI II Americans are none the less loyal1 repuIr anId I try From the beginning of her his upovu loy nlty to the lawfully constituted authority in their respective coun1I thschurch is Gods representative lin natters spiritual to lead men to a supernatural end so the State 1is Gods representative in the natural II fortwhich society Is ordained the tern poral happiness of the race Dis bedience to the State in any vithin the States matterII disobedience to God Obedience to the State is loyalty to God and1 Ipa trlotlsm is inculcated and blessed by religion I Because of her absolute demo erotic spirIt11le church here iin America is in an environment most suitable to her Here she finds that rarest of combinations liberty with out license and authority wIthout- despotism She finds here great I natural virtues a conspicuous love sympathiYr suffering anywhere and a generosity in the relief of distress unequalled by any i people in the world She finds a ingenuityei marvelous and daring schemes oft material conquest and a spirit equal to their accomplishment But more I whoddeaplte I I organized worship are still at heart religious and honestly devoted to thne 1 youngIchurch generous nation I and bids her children to work with loyalty and energy to realize this nations ideals I I Here surely Is a platform on I witch lYe all can standour common 1 wedifferAmericanism I I I mony for the true interests at our J everyclassunceasingly work fqr the preser I Cation of those deeper sources of national greatnessthe rectitude j ofII individual Ufethe sacred purity II the family the spread of education nnd the triumph of rellgion11 lulDIES AUXILIARY The ladies Auxiliary A O I a very interesting meeting onIj I Wednesday evening Three new mem obligatedandMiss Rose Sweeney presided and the T DavidOConnellreported still on the sick list Te for the joint picnic with ketaII 0 H were received dad all pros ant promised to help make the affyjfr st success ji posno OPBRA t I The initial production of the new comic opera Don Dally will be I given at MacauleyV on fife nights of may Sfl 87 and S8 It is the work of E QuttermaBi a w fll known dulsvillel muniolan and will ibe pre y centuryasttfnBprominent la the31ockng Dirdl r supportedsixty Toloe Those who haTc read 1 the score ray theopda ia a eritorioM one f i s8TV is Ii gca p S I Ilr and rJIIIearns arc at West Darien for a sojourn of tire weeks I I IJ W Kearns of Ilarrodsburg IllI spent lust weep with his parents ini this city i Miss Theresa McDermott was last week the guest of Sylvester Rapier at New Haven II Mrs Will Newman and babjV of Clifton left the first of the week to visit relatives nt Frankfort I I1I8R Marcie VlgllnlI is home from Washington where she has enjoyed a delightful visit with friends I Ilrs H A Bussell who has Uc the guest of Mrs J A I Im MISS ABBIE CHESTER One of the Comets In Am iiji I I I the Stars has returned to her home in Indian npolis II iMrs John McAteer has a returneddr 1iI iu Ada Okla firs James B Brown Miss A BI warhe among ors at West Baden John F Chester and son Edmond Chester left Wednesday for a fish ing trip at Orlando and Tampa Fla They will be gone two weeks I Mrs F J Bauttimer of Henry county is hero to spend several weeks with David OConnell and fam fly on East Washington street Ir8 John Gorman of South Louis villa has been spending the week nt Martlnsville Ind She was nc companicd by Edward Gorman IJr Michael Welch and Mrs Tl Schaaf and son of New Albany vho lave been visiting relatives in PittsIi burg were expected home today Mrs iredWoo of Pinevllle has been spending the week here as the guest of her sister Mrs Guy liar pay at her home in Grainger Court IWilliam D Chester will leave for Lebanon this morning and will be II best man at the HaganBrown I nuptials there on Monday morning Miss Mamie Moran entertained iin delightful manner at her home in Portland on Wednesday evening Iin lonor of the members of her card1 club Misses Anna Doll n and Aunt lnsbro of Flora Heights left thi week for Yellowstone Park and1 other points of Interest In the Jar West MIss Sallynelll Wathen daughter of Dr and Mrs William H Wathen and Scott Braden of Okla lioma City will be united in mar 1riage on June 1 I T J Sullivan a well known res lent Of New Albany has almost ntirely recovered from an illness that has confined him for some time to his home 1843 East Market street A Splendid baby boy arrived at I I the home of Mr and Mrs Martin I LexingtonInounces that the little fellow will be a grocer Miss B Kelley and Bernard Michaels were united in marriage at St Charles Borromeo church on Wednesday After an Eastern trip eSldQjatI ble change in the condition of Mrs Mary Tully mother of former Asslstalit Fire Chief Tully who has Jeen HI ot her home on Bank affect j I Engineers Martirr Carroll and aeItompanied1 ay for Alabama to attend the con I entlon of the Brotherhood of Locomotion Engineers They will return nqxt week yIelver lies first holycommunion Peters church tomorrow atllJ ing In the evening she will be tendered a reception at the home of helparentsYrnIid1rsJamesJKilkel1y MIss Joule Thornbury the charm t- iDE daughter of Mr and Mrs Syl jwiter Thornbjiry end one of the jnioit popular girls of New Havens ounger sets and Hugh Williams a- leadlnottisenof Lyons w rlm1rtSled at New pavan Wednesday the the iRer Pather WPl JoprtypEi forming the ceremony- Itir I i = 11I andre Joseph Sohn enter aid aimed at a 6 oclock dipper Sunday evening at theft botpo oo BoSOwtf i c 1 i 4 avenue in honor of August Sohn Jr and bride pf the East End The table was beautifully set and among the guests were Misses Anna Mary and Margaret McGovern Katie Irene and Bessie Sohn and Eugene and Joseph Sohn Jr vullss Millie Melnhardt nnd Dr C L Wunsch will be married In New Al- I bany next month but the exact date has not been announced The brideelect Is a popular young lady of New Albany and Dr Wunsch one of Louisvilles most promsi young dentists nnd Is prominent- identified with local Catholic fr ternal societies The young peop lave the best wishes of many friends for many years of connubial bliss MOURNS HIS MOTHER Letters just received from Ireland bring the sad Intelligence of the close of a beautiful life when tho tlciie JohnnE Browne of Twelfth and Zane streets this city passed Into the hands of Its Creator Mr Browne had visit his mother a number of times an her death at this time is doubly saIl from the fact that he Intended see- Ing her again this year Front tho Western People we take the follow- Ing 1 announcement of her death an funeralWe to announce with regrcll the death of Bridget Browne which event took place at her residence Mucrussatine at the fine old age of eightyseven years She wax well known and respected by all who knew her She passed away fortii fled by the rites of holy church t her eternal reward Her remain enclosed In a richly mounted oakI coffin were remqved to the parish church the Ncale and on the follow lug day solemn requiem mass was celebrated for the eternal repose of liar soul Her remains were conveyed to the family burial ground Bally dolly after the solemn function The largeond representative cortege deIsenerl11 I I Father McGough officiated at the grave Through these columns Mr Drowne wishes to express his gritI tulle to Father McGough and the other kind friends of his mother iin her Jast days I I RESPECTED WIDOW DEAD I Mrs Catherine Gathof seentslxyears old died at her residence 1623 Rosewood avenue on Tuesdayr morning Death resulted from In juries sustained in a fall two years ago She was the widow of Nicholas Gathof who died many years agoI The following children survive M J and S Nicholas Gathof dry goods merchants F A Gathof and Miss Mary Gnthof a nun The fui i neral took place from St Francis o t Assisi church yesterday morning The deceased had spent nearly a 1 her life in Louisville and was held iIn high esteem by all who knew her I L1IST11Al1TEL j II Miss Matilda Leist and John St Kartell popular young people pf New Albany will be united in mntrl mony at St Marys church at 9 oclock on Tuesday May 17 The 3ev Father George O Berries will i I perform the marriage ceremony and i j celebrate the nuptial mass Mis iLelst is the charming daughter of Jlobert Leist Mr Martel is foreman of the Kentucky Irish American com posing room STATE COUNCIL K OF 0 The State Council Knights of Columbus will meet In Louisville Councils hall next Tuesday The meeting was scheduled for Lexlng ton but it was found that Louisville Was more convenient Between thirtyfive and forty delegates willl attend the meeting Local third degree Knights will be allowed to at ltend the sessions of the States Council AWAITING CONFIRMATION Pastor and people of St church are making lcosIIIrI preparations for the visit of I Otionnghue who will confirm a classI there on Slay 23 The sacrament willL Ibe administered at 730 oclock iinjI j evening This will be the thirdIll confirmation has been admlntt fstered at St Leos but it will be th first occasion upon which Bishop ODonaghue officiated 1 CARRIERS INDISPOSED I James Dittman the popular letter carrier who has been ill for severall weeks is recovering rapidly and will be able to be removed to his home from St Anthonys Hospital next week Letter Carrier Robert Stultz houseroutefriends hop to see him back on the job in avfflw clays- PIRATES OP PI3NZANCE i WIllibe1 i I Theater the evenings of Monday fpertof theInuapicesClub Among the principals will be John J Flynn David J Maloney James P Roche and other local lyric stn rsII PROMISED SECRETARYSHIP Robert T Burke a well known attorney past President of Con icU and Grand President the Yl i L Kentucky jurisdiction is to be Private Secretary to Senator Heiman D iNewcomb in the event the 1 tter is nominated for tIe Congress anW elected this fall Mr+ Burkea pop larity will add strength o Senator JNewcomba sense HOP S THEATER Manager Austin has another fine Ivories of picture ion next week for Hopkins Theler patrons lrh y- arcJhe latest produped long reeled d iVe largest pictures exhibited re WIth 1W spleniKd Ventilation electric tsar the Bbddas eon tunes In high favor with atria sipfag public i KNIGUTS OF 80LUMB1 Late News That Will Interests Members Here and Else- whereI I I The council just instituted at Watertown Vls started off with fIfty members I The incorporation of the home importsfibat leThe Knights Bowling Club of strongclosed I the Hotel Blatz I completedforupon 200 candidates at Olcan N during this month The Knights tof London OntL presented Right Rev Bishop Fallon a handsome crozier when he itc consecrated last week Baker City Council recently re amodpriests of the diocese of Baker Cat Ore This years Xew York State con weeeds mplreIStateHenncpin Council of 13nneapol- realized over 2500 from its mi strel performance Oov t Eberhart and wife and Bev Father M OniIen- i occupied a box 0The Knights of Racine and Ken osha Wfs now hold regular meet ings and entertain each other and have tins bridged the rivalry be tween the two cities AVrtbasha and Red Wing Mine have added over a hundred new mem bers to the order and tomorrow new council with a charter list oe fiftyfive will be Instituted Spring Valley ANOTHER GREAT HOSPITAL Catholics are to build a 130000 hospitalat Walla Walla Wash The foundation will be started in July The building is to be four stories and be fully equipped with all con sentences SISTERS BENEFIT DUNDEE A Scottish Catholic exchange tells us that since the advent of the Sis ters of Charity in Dundee some four years ago several works of great social benefit have been inaugurated among the working classes tA home i iris been provided for wording girl I I Rtaa day nursery for the benefit i working mothers established besides l a sdeial club for girls and a beginl ring of a working boys home I ADVICE TO BRIDES iiDr wise in time and get only few things for your marriage Fast ions change so quickly that it is far yourtrousstr I newest styles later on You will not like tq be wearing old fashion garments next year and lirobabl- h you would not feel justified in away with those you have worn b a few times I ITDIETO PRAY- s The time when you are tempted not to pray is most likely the very grentesif1 your hands are burdened with man difficult tasks you can not afford to dispense with the benefits which come through prayer You will l to yourself My danger is much i creased therefore I will keep inI to the only source of my help strength As long as the vital bom11 of your friendship with God unbroken the world the flesh and the devil will seep in vain to sway you from jour moral steadfastness ijit is when toonly you forget con verse with the heart of Jesus that awayfromJ your iintegrity ij IIUMJION DOLLAR HOPITAL II IThe Sisters of Mercy Of San Fran II will soon tape possession or their new hospital which they erect I ed in place of the one destroyed by the earthquake The portion now centeer of the main building five stories I I high the east wing and a twostory j power plant and kitchen It cost 350000 The completed building will TliSisters cover an entire block and will cost inff i from Kinsale Ireland in 1854 During the outbreak 01 cholera in 1855 they CItyHospital grownIntoare now building Mother Mary Baptist Russell sister of Lord Chief Justice Russell was Superior of the San Francisco cpnvent FOR WOJIAJTS EYE White belts arc worn with the most elegant lingerie gowns prominentTailor made gowns of sub will be more in evidence than ever before Taffeta has come back to us again soft and supple with a satiny sheenEverything in the way of change stile material will be much worn this season The sleeve with shirring is a favorite style only with the woman whose arm is quite slender Inblege = green or blue are worn where a wrap Is necessary patternsIlksan totunicsfor the entire costumes 1nhaft8dvoIleseoYitred with crystal raindrops look well for evening =pearly everything ia clouded with tudobdaneedaarlingt Ur WCffN CHOffffL CLUB AT MACAULEYS 18 920 IMATINEE 21 PRICES 25c 50c 75c and 1 Seats on sale at Box Office May 1 16t rEXTRA SPECIAL a j1 Souvenir Photographs Free at opening performance laSTEWART DRY GOODS CO VestrigSTOREJTHE HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN thenMan of i Moderate Circumstances The HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN was created for the benefit of the purchaser of modest means who desires the best and most substantial FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS CHINA KITCHEN CABINETS CURTAINS SEWING MACHINES REFRIGERATORS HOUSEFUR necessaryatItcapital to pay By plan the necessary purchases may be made and the payments therefor made on a weekly or monthly basis ap best suits you Those who purchase on this easy payment plan do so at ADVERTISED PRICES and are on the SAME BASIS AS CASH CUSTOMER The fees which are charged for the various clubs are as follows FirstA nominal fey iicharged for joing the club The fee is 2 for the 50club3 forte 100 club and 6 for the 200 clubyc SecondTen per cent of purchase is paid at time of purchase Third Minimum payments are as follows Purchases to 25 r payments l a week 4 a month Purchases 25 to 50 payments 150 a week 6 a month Purchases 50 to 75 payments 175 ai week 7 a month Purchases 75 to 100 payments 2 a week 8 month etc These payments to continue until the amount 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All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH- L1DVBMBALMBR Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Greta Sis We furpish the home com g plete on easy payments WM CALLAOHAtf Mgr Sales Dept u HERRMANN BROS IMrORTKRS PI OWINES AND LIQUORO x D1atflrs and Wholesale Dl- rlaPiD418f Brands of Ken tuoky WUakUw specially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND ai ML 1M IfI1II FOR= FurnitureOf I at the Lowest I Prices go to jIj I i I preII hive your boys an education that will pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky iI Conducted by the XAverlan Brother Classicall Scientific and BoclneM Courses Preparatory De partment I arge Swimming Fool Well i Gymnuium Terms Moderate Bro Jame edII GB THOMPSON FLORISrRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVBNUE Both Telephones iOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfactionguaranteed HEHRY fiNOLDt un nCAIuN Staple a0d Hicif Brewte A FiUTCLA11 SAMPLE IOOMi IN eONNICTION Old WUflklM a BpcUUy taP un 640 We WAIIIT 5- T un n NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB r SPRING raflitf Ttya f Free Fieldl Derby Day Debutante Stakes Thursday Clark Handicap Saturday I SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P MI HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Put WeekOeneral- Newa Notes Division 2 held a well attended meeting last night Division 4 will hold a regular meeting next Monday night Division 7 of Trenton N J has organized a social club for its young membersThe Board has arranged for its annual celebration It will be held at Phoenix Hill Park Meetings like those of Division 3 on Monday night and Division 1 on Tuesday are productive of general goodNew York Hibernians held their annul banquet last Saturday night Archbishop Farley was a guest of honorPrizes for step dancing were awarded at the May party given Friday night by the Ladles Auxiliary of MinneapolisThe s Auxiliary of Loo gootee Ind opened an Irish jubilee and fair in the Opera House there last night The Hibernian Rifles of Syracuse are expected to becomo one of the crack military organizations of the Empire StateIMilwaukee has elected representa tives and will send a large delegation to the Wisconsin State convention at Jnnesvflle next August Last Sunday the ladies Auxiliary of Denver received holy communion in a body at the Church of the ConceptionIthe city ought to encourage Division 4 and the Ladles Auxiliary in their efforts to maser their outing at Phoenix Inn a successThe County Board of Orange county New York has adopted reso lutions Indorsing the stand of the National officers for unity of the Irish race The May ball of the St Paul fiber nians surpassed all former affairs Much pleasure has been afforded the members by the dancing parties of the various divisions Division 3 of Buffalo is enjoying prosperity and with visits from county officers and luncheons the meetings are interesting and helpful to the growth of the membership One thousand members greeted Right Rev Dennis OConnell Aux iliary Bishop of San Francisco at the reception given in his honor by the twelve divisions of the Golden Gate city IFive hundred couples took part Iin the grand march at the annual ball of Division 22 of New York City AI feature was the Irish and American musical selections by the boys band of the divisio- n13fembers of Dlvisioji 3 were mural pleased to see Peter OLearyy at the meeting Monday night He is one of the old guard and the recep tion tendered him showed his pop ularity has not wanediMASONIC THEATER The RoberBladen Company will present The Two Orphans at the Masonic Theater next week with tht usual matinees on Tuesday Thurs day and Saturday This stock con pany has hind repeated success 5n producing Madame Sans Gene fly Right of Sword and Zaza Itsexpected that next weeks produc tion will add another triumph WIMi BUILD HOME Ethvard J Hackett one of New Ati lanys most prosperous and popullu- mercllants has purchased a valuable Jot at East Chestnut and Market ttreets and will erect a modern SOOOhomeatOnce Isis friends wilt all want to be at the house Warm ng when it is 1ready for occupancy MOTION PICTURES Dramatic picture offerings that promise unusual interest will be shown at the Casino Princess and Columbia next week There will also be the usual mirthprovoking comedy films and In addition tIle programme includes the latest illus trated catchy musical PIANO numbersI Prof Leo Schmitt organist at St Patricks church will conduct a piano recital at Baldwin Hall next Thursday night He will be assisted by Messrs EJ Seheerer and Rob proIgrammeCENTRAL CO3DIITTEE Central Committee CK of A will meet at St Marys Hall next Friday ni tOteat interest is at ached to the coming beSupreme Supremetn THE CHURCH IN OHIO t i Who would believe that ninety eight yearr ago tlierwai no Catholic ehumh lit Ohio snd ItUfIt Is the truth Vow there is one srefc dlooese and two dlocewsa with CfttboHa population of about U9000 sad 1S Jatrehe 1 t n F i I I I CREAMWITH i Designs iin the celtterll I I IS ALL THE I TELEPHONE 518 AND 584jj SpeclalI lodgesh309311 Second Street LouisvilleII IMS Moses Goc I I I I i D 76000 I I Cash Purchase and SaleII Of the Surplus Stock of j Mens and Boys I Fine Clothings from one of ROlhesterII New Yorks largest fac tories offers unlimitedII opportunities to thrifty buyersMens I 18 and 20tSuits for i II 10 I MS Moses Go I Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outriders Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt I 11I11 11I RECENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs Edward Weber have I the deepest sympathy of ninny friend in their grief over the death of their infant son The little one 4 died On Tuesday and the funeral I took place on Wednesday 4 I Irs Gertrude Aileen Joyce an estimable young matron died at thej family residence 727 South Thir I teen l street on Thursday She isJJ I survived by her husband Martin A J I i Joyce and her mother Mrs Elizabeth ii- II j Scanlon I Great sympathy is expressed for Mr and Mrs John Rock of Jeffer sonvillc who last Saturday morning burifj t their son William Hock from I St rthonys church His death was I a severe blow to the parents and a shock to the friends of the bereaved i family I The funeral of Mrs Mary Cody who died at the family residence 1009 Owen street on Tuesday took place from St Patricks church yes terday morning Three children Henryri Pfeiffer Patrick Cody of the L andI N railroad auditors office and John i Cody Mrs Cody had lived in Louis i vine more than half a century The funeral of Mrs Mary Maley joneof New Albanys oldest and I most highly respected residentsI took place Monday morning from Holy Trinity church where for many years she had been amqng the most devout communicants She was the widow of John Maley and is sur vived by two daughters Miss Mar garet Maley of New Albany and Sister Euphemia of the Sisters of Providence at ChicagoII The funeral of little Mary Cath erino Heffernan the fiveyearold daughter of Deputy Sheriff Denny iHeffernan took place Sunday afternoon i from St Chars church andI white her little playmates were talci ing part in their May day werelienderlycemetery death but for the bereaved parents there is the consolation thatan angel awaits them in heaven rsXnteHorea respected matron pt the West End died at St Josephs Infirmary on Tuesday even ing Death followed an operation for appendicitis The deceased wa fortyseren years oldand is survived by her husbandj Jamei Hore two children a brother Josep Dougherty of thee firm ot Dough erty di Canning nd two sisters sirs Mary Moran Mnd Mrs Susan HoGoH The fw l took plae a from B0 otona rch yterdY mornhir and wall dedb many sorrowing friend II 1 MEETING Mayll0 CUSCADENICE I I ISLANDI Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges John Craig was unanimously ap pointed Master of tho Strabanc Workhouse For the week ended April 1 1072500 passengers were carried on the Belfast trams Hamilton Robbs peat factory at jPortadown County Armagh was en fireIof friends tne death of Patrick Ayhvard of Car ow was received with regret James C Flynn exmember of appointedMagistrate a RosyIcommon Journal is much regretted The death is announced of Pat irick DAfeally for over twenty years CorporaUon tionRev M Keaveney of Charlestown electedIChairmanCommitteeThe Districts Board has completed negotiations with the War Office for the purchase of the military barracks at CastleblirIThe Limerick Guardians adjourned respecttoSbcmilebridge since 1898 BallybunionCounty parish priest of Caherdaniel succeeding the late Rev Father Mc Carthy In the absence of criminal busi white gloves were presented Monaghan9hurles I I SessionsThe of the Donegal fishing J tho recent winter was about 100000 Nearly 34000 crans were landed doubling the best previous record The house occupied by John Slur ray and his family at Dernagrew near Monaghan was burned to the niI1ureI crowds of students who flock to it has beenTournmakeady to start a second Irish decidedI I I Spiddal County Galway Deep regret was occasioned throughout County Galway by the death of Father Daniel s Gallagher which occurred at the parochial residence at Coolaney I The parishioners of Kllmcssan County Mcath have presented Rev Peter Kelly with a handsome illuminated address on the occasion i ji of his appointment to Trim Very Rev Father Columba Guardian of the Franciscan commu nity at Athlone has been trans ferred to the parent house after ten years residence in that town At the Mercy Convent in Navan the reception took place of Miss Hannah May Ryan of Tipperary and Miss Annio Cdnway of Tullamorc The Most Rev Dr Gaughran officiated I A familiar figure has passed away rather suddenly at Donegal in the person of Francis Callaghan who Sor half a century was Deputy Itoail Surveyor under the old grand jury IA visit of Sheriffs bailiffs accom I panied by some fifty police to the Colthurst estate near Ballyvourney to effect seizures for rent proved I fibortivo in results as nothing was found on the holdings I Judge Mprphy at the Ballinrobe Quarter Sessions gave a decree for 750 in favor of James McGarry as compensation for the burning of a shed and its contents The appli cant had taken an evicted farm at Irishtown JIEBT AT CLIFF 1TAVEX The thirtysixth annual convention of the Catholic Young Mens Na tional Union will be held this year at Cliff Haven N Y the home of theII Catholic Summer School of September 5 0 and 7 have been I fixed as the days for the sessions i and the Executive Board will shortly announce the plans and trips now being arranged for It is thought that at this conTention a closer alliance between the National Union and the Young Mens Institute will be perfected WOMEN MOSAIC ARTISTS In Europe women are being employed In the constructions of mosaic pork Architects and connisseurs de inoree i discriminating than the eye of male Some of the finest mosaic work In the world Is to be found iin She new Catholic Cathedral of West minster London and is the work of feminine bands The chief artist 3Jn this work is Miss Gertrude Martin end she is being assisted by thirty Roman and girls GIflL9s in 4ltlijety1hI d sometimes one girl can behave likef seven thousand girls Some kinds of jiherrdnl b1ttheYjlto the U all I know bout rig and father says the less IkDow about them the better c 0 y FRANK r FEHR otWINGC 1 Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPATSTY INCORPORATED L UISVILLE KYu FALLS CITY BREWING CO r INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIRE WIEDEMANNINCORPOBATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers 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and saving Hiibbuch Bros Wellendorff t INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET Gold Band China Free I With Mulloys Coffees Teas and Baking Powder Cup and Saucer or Plate in This Handsome Ware mrr 2 ilbs New Blend Coffee at SOc or WI1H 4 lb Tea at3Oc or 1 1 lib Baking Powder at40c MXJULOYe COIPEEa ROSTER BUDDIe Phone IJI3 111a W lo1ARICEr kiTI2ICIDTu g 1 n SHOES AND SLIPPERS We have the most complete line of Footwear ever exhibited in this city which is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to make their COMMUNION AND CONFIRMATION You will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best mnde VOLZ SC MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET ST HriNd P 0r IjN y f X XK J 4Y FRESH EVERY SUNRISE i 1 4r xxy z A- f L A TIPTOP t i c t 4ot MJ A BREAD 1 y t tS liSAVE THE LABELS 40JOOzxoooot= +zoooot A WILLIAM BORGMANNt fi = r SELLS AND SHIPS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS v AJI IIl the Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail Family Trade Through Mail Orders a Specialty 0 114 S SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE ky AWNINGS AND TENTS f AUrge stock of tents on hand for sale or rent u We do more and better work than any one lure = Orders by mall promptly attended to Etimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co IIBOTti PHONED MJS 1 JO N THIROf 8J HAPPY TIMES Dlv 3 A O H Had Social Session On Monday Night Division 3 A O II had an flow meeting Monday night overII President Patrick T Sullivan in the re1celvedlIes1slonthe division was in good Shape Jinan cldlly Quite a lot of routine bust ness was transacted and President Sullivan announced that a reception was to be tendered Bishop ODpnag hue and asked all Hibernians to cooperate in making the affair a sue cess Patrick Ilolley D J Coleman P J Nelligan and President Patrick T Sullivan were appointed n commit tee to meet the Bishop and arrant a convenient date I The delegates and alternates to the State convention which will be le1l1 In Ashland this year will be elects next month The Entertainment Com mittee furnished an abundant supply of light refreshments HONOR BISHOP Catholic Knights ofAmcrl ca Attend Mass at Cathedral Members of the seventeen branchc AmerIcalattendetlday morning jnunlon It is estimated that between COO and 700 men approached the hoi sacrament of the Eucharist The oc caslon served as an introduction of I he Knights to the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville Tho Bishop celebrated the mass and ddressed the assembly lie comp nented the men on their large show ng and preached a touching sermon n devotion to the mother of God dmonishing all to attend the Ma evotions regularly Many of the Knights had to travel everal miles to arrive at the Cnthc rnl In Imp ins the muss hut nl- tJelt fully repaid when they heard tine sermon of Bishop ODonaghue FONTAINE PEllUYS SUCCESS Splendid success marked the inaugural of the 1010 season at Ton tame Ferry last Sunday Everywhere too it is generally agreed that the park beautiful looks more Inviting than ever A jpromising Jot of attractions have been secured for the second week at this popular resort The list includes a fine vaude yule bill and concludes with the Efefograph showing new motto pictures Greggs Imperial Band wil also be heard in another pleasing musical programme in the daily free concerts The Ferrys dance hall which is open every night except Sunday and on Saturday afternoon has been made unusually attractive this season The big floor of the palatial ballroom has been resurfaced and the dance music and othei accessories are of a most pleasing order The Racer Dips the big new amusement device is now ir operation as are all the other old and new pleasure contrivances YOUNG MATUOX MOURNED The profound sympathy of hundreds of friends was expressed 01 Wednesday morning when it became mown that Mrs Adam Spahn wife of the former Magistrate had died She leaves besides her husband a laughter only two days old at the mothers death The remains were taken to St Phil mi Thursday and the burial will take place in that city tomorrow Prior to her mar rage the deceased was Miss Lizzti Asmusscn of St Paul Minn Oi Tune 3 lust year she became Mrs Spahn By her modest demeanor she endeared herself lo nil with whom she came in contact after coming to Louisville Her little daughter bids fair to live long as a consolation to the bereft father- GRANDPA HOULEVS COMET Patrick Holley is humming a neiv air and all because he is a grandfather The grandson and heir of the house of Holley arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles J Uiegcr Twentyfourth and Chestnut streets on Tuesday Charles Itaidy premier extraordinary of 11Iacldus Bachelor Club is almost as much interested in the new arrivals i Grandpa Ilolley The motherI Dud baby are doing nicely PORTIiAKD VS ANDERSON The Portland baseball team will lay the Anderson inch club tomor- row1 afternoon at Portland Park with Dol ertyand Overton as the ortland battery while Romine and Fohhson will represent the Indiana team The defeat of the Portland boys last Sunday is considered some vhat of a fluke as a runner was tailed out for leaving third base too soon after a fly ball was caught with two men left on the bases when the score would have been tied The JoulsvilleXKansas City game will be reported by innings- 1NGERs 3IASHED While playing about a clothes ringer at her home 704 West Front street Jeffersonrllle Alma Tarle Cole the four yearold daugh terofJohn E Cole Jr1ad Tier land caught in the jnaeilnej ntlj oneot the fingers alf10n badly rushed that part of the member had tbbe amputated Though she en lurl much pain the little one will liutfer no a rlbus reiulti from the iccldent OnGANFtrnDDAZAR putbeltra free ell puts ot Olark runty 3a4 wit ttfeeid abuar tot laudd eIn Dunleevre hall tt enryyiile under tbeaulplciofthe0- rganPund Society of at Thomas XMicrebureb oi which the Be stheroJames Shea is pastor With the additioq of the new organ the afcboUo of Htnrjrvllle will hove one I IJ A YJ fii NEW MASONIC Another Big Week Matinees Tuesday Thursday and Saturd- ayRoberBlanden Company IN THE TWO ORPHANS I Prices Nights ISc to SOc Matinees Best Seats 25c f ONTAINE FERR THEPARKBEAUTIFUL HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE FREE CONCERTS nVBRY NIGHT BXCBPT SUNDAY Yr 300 PM 800 P M TWICE DAILY BY GRBGGS BAND DANCING CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR Morro This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladles and Children PRINCESSand COLUMBIA Under the same management We ouly the standard productions historic dramatic and comic PHOENIX HILl PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Plcnic Socialsi Outings This beautiful Fark has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the contracts t of Phoenix Hill before closing SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O LI- DIVISION 1 Meets at Fads City Hall on First and third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice PresidentWIlliam Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler FiAinclal Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel David Whelan 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 Median Financial Secretary Jno J Keancy 1G07 Dumesnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergoantatArms David 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 Secretary John G lies lairdTreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bcrtraud Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 732 West Oak Assistant Financial SecretaryD- J R illy ijf Recording Secretary John1 J NInnTreasurerIfarry Brady Sergeant at rmsWlIUam Callag han Outside Sentinel Michael McDermott DIVISION 1 JUFFERSONVIULE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President J G Uole Vice President J B Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc JrodyFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll SergeantatArms Flaherty Inside SentinelJ Flaherty Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 tfeets Monday Evenings at Club Rouse 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice President Dr JAJasper Second Vice President Sherley Juniff Recording Secretary Robert Os jornc 0 SecretaryWllllamLink Financial faecretary Frank 0 damsTreasurerDan WeberIMarshal Allen O Wobhenf Inside Sentinel A C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart I t of the finest little churches in the State mTIOt The regular rgontbly meeting of the jfBderaUoni qt Catholic Seoietlesi will he held Tptirsdey ljA atthe Cktholto Woman CIuV IU1ejateg are urged to iM pretent as ar naag ment will JM completed for a R eptpri in looor of Bishop ODons 7hne presldeAJ Sheridan says several matteof importanee Will- be presented consideration sad the session P ieee to be of more than ordinAfj tercet if TRINITY COUNCIL I Will Initiate Class Tomorrow and Hear Lecture Monday Trinity Council Y M I held a well attended meeting Monday nigh and received the application of Lout Sommers Leo Gunther who ha been conffrcd to his home for sometime is still unable to be out but Joseph IIoehr also on the sick list for several weolts was reported im proving The degree team reports that final arrangements had 11en made for the initiation to take plac Sunday afternoon May A lunch con and refreshments wlllXbe served after the initiatory cerem tIles pectenextturo by Capt John McNab there AH AJ and N conductor who Is w I CapMcNnbtour of Europe and accumulated much valuable data for his lecture The Captain has delivered his lecture before large audiences through out the State who report it full of humor and very interesting John L1 Cuniffe kept those presentin a lon stoat uproar of laughter during his interesting and witty recitations las Monday night I CilOKEllI I Says Ireland Is the Mos Delightful Place to Live I Richard Croker was seen last week at his home at Glencnlrne near Dublin on his arrival there from Yew York but the former Tamman chief positively refused to talk pot tics repeating his oftused phrase I Im out of politics for good But he was not averse to talking boat his native Erin ham yerj glad to be back in Ireland le said I feel well I was benefited greatly by my holiday I only attended one race meeting while I was away and hat was like a funeral It was all whispering and arranging There was no sport There is no racing ovei there now In fact Ireland is the only place where there is racing to my mind Ireland is the most de ightful place on earth both to live in and to enjoy sport There is no whispering no arranging here all is straight and whether they win or- lost nil are sports of the right type I IGOOD START MADE The good start made by the Louis rule baseball club in its series with the Milwaukee Brewers has encouraged the fans here and a great many are predicting that the club vlll more than break even on the ong and difficult circuit The team as it left here had a lineup that its admirers have every confidence in lint is Howard first base Wood ruff second base Konnlck shortstop Morlarty and Sullivan third mse and Smoot Stanley and Dun envy in the outfield Schreck seems the best bet behind the bat and lalla Fisher Richter and Higgin Dotham look liKe the best pitching quartette Heres hoping Heinle and the boys come back in first place SPRiNG RACE JEEETING Tuesday will be Derby day and will inaugurate the thirtysixth annual sprIng racing meeting at Churchill Downs There will be twentythree lays of racing this season There vlll be six races each day the first vent beginning at 230 oclock The take races iiext week will be thereat Kentucky Derby on Tuesday the Debutante stakes on Thursday and the Clark handicap on Saturday Necl in the history of local racing has such a fine class of horses en erect and the season promises to be nbanneri one in the way of sport Tuesday Derby day there will be at free field This will doubtless at Tact a record breaking crowd MINSTRrL SHOW The Columbia Athletic Club will ive a minstrel show at Liederkranz Hull Sixth and Walnut streets on londay night It promises to be one of the best performances ever organization10f iers rehearsing several tlmCJIa reek during the past month The vocal musIc will be under the direction of Miss Olivia Wempe which is in itself a guarantee of success SHIRT WAIST DANCE Mackin Social Club will give a Shirtwaist dance at Mackin club iouse next Thursday The young men will wear shirt waists and the IhallwUl be transformed Into the excursIonI1Soela1 Club will close a very sue sucIcessresident Thomas J Gilllgan Secretary W A Link and Treasurer Martin Cunick Jr KNIGHTS lUtE GROWING Joseph Morthorst and John Bus son who represented St Edwards Com RndelY of the Knights of St John at the Indiana Grand Com landery meeting at Mt Vernon ex press themselves as pleased wlththet work of the convention The reports shew the order in a flourishing con dlUon with prospects for several Jfew commanderles and a tub IItantlal increase in membership Thee reds and pria drills surpassed jythlnir of the kind ever witnessed in Mt1 Vernon INN j lobe 1k Doyle for the psl tenf- year City 4JwaMor of Lexington diel nt Btk JpMipli Hospitall on ednciday Death resiiltoV from BrIght diseanc Mr Doyle was torty yeasold and a native of I exington HU death is greatly deplored I t SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER 42teE DINNER SET42G- iven Away yith One Years Subscription to Kentucky ish Amerloall AND 20 IN CASH This beautiful Fortytwo Diece Southern Dinner Set is hand decorated in Jasmine floral and gold effects and any housewife would be proudVo 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 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