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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f ii kiETUCKY AM S VOLUME XXIVNO 20 LOUISVILLE SATGRDAZ r1AL1 14 1910 PRICE IVh ii 3 DIXIELAND Gave Royal Welcome and Hos pitality to Catholic KniRlits Kentucky Delegation Given VJPost ol Honor in Social Events I Archhishop Glerinon Encour ages Kulfrlits to Greater Efforts 1 GREETING FROM BISHOP BYRNE I With the arrival Monday evening of the special from Louisville and Major Gen Michael Relchert and Gen Joseph P McGinn and their escort the crack uniform rank company commanded by Capt Oscar i Maier all Nashville became aware that the Tennessee capital the birthplace of the order had been captured by the Catholic Knights of America Kentuckys delegates Messrs Thomas Gleason of Coving ton and Harry Veeneman of Louis vllle together with Gens Relchert and McGinn were met at the depot by the Nashville reception commit teo headed by state President T AII Lancaster who Is a Kentuckian State Secretary A M Oehmen State Treasurer M M McCormack and Chairman Thomas Johnson John Keogan Jacob Meiers M J McKee Dr M Mclnerney Nell OGara James Carney P H Walsh M J Laffey Thomas J Slowey James Connors John Gilmore James Don c nelly P A McGovern Bernard Rog ers and George Ehemann Forming I in line and following the drum corps a procession nearly three squares I long wended its way to the Duncan House where headquarters had been established The Knights I from Louisville presented a splendid military appearance being greeten I with cheers and shouts of Here comes old Kentucky and it goes without saying that they carried oft the honors Tuesday morning with the Papal 4 colors and Stars and Stripes flying the Knights from Kentucky had the post of honor in the short parade art ranged for the Supreme officers delegates visitors and three ocaL branches that preceded the Pontifical high mass at the proCathedral The beautiful edifice was thronged when Archbishop Glonnon Bishop Byrne the large number of assisting clergy and many altar boys entered and proceeded up the center aisle to the altar from whore Bishop Byrne eX- Pressed his great pleasure over the presence of His Grace Archbishop Glennon tho Supreme Spiritual Di rector and extended a most cordial welcome to the Catholic Knights of J America In eloquent but Impressive words Bishop Byrne told of the call of the founder of the order James J j McLoughlin upon Bishop Feehanand the inspiration received from him IIllaldi and serious experiences but theye still flourish with thousands of members Bishop Byrne then dwelt j upon the work of the order the pay J ment of over 16000000 for the widows and orphans the vast good done tho sorrows alleviated and tho sunshine and happiness it had e brought Into the homes of the be I Teaved Ho approved membership In jj tho 0 K of A not only as a sound business investment but as a most J worthy charity In concluding the Bishop said It was an aid to Chris 3 tian and Catholic spiritual life to I belong to such an organization but members must practice the corpora- lS e well as splrtual works of mercy After the gospel Archbishop Glen non expressed the pleasure it gave 1 him to convey to tho Catholic Knights of America the message from Cardinal Merry del Val that the Holy Father confers his apostolic benediction upon the convention and all members of the Catholic Knights of America a privilege which he ap predated Archbishop Glennon j then declared that the organization lies been reformed and readjusted e F and has taken Its place as a solvent and safe Catholic Insurances lety The Knights had placed themselves I oji record and may now rightfully j appeal for new members who should liegl dtoshare its blessings and I responsibilities Now that their at I fairs were conducted according to I the best business principles he waae 4 anxious to see the work so well be gun continued In his peroattonlArchbishop Glerinon Il quently upon the higher arid truer Interests what the title Catholic Knights suggested paying beautiful rl tribute to the Southland and the s Bisterl ot Charity The past was a precious heritage and with no boundary pobarrlerIthe Knlghta Il Wtiit first of all b a the good eltiMns 9fAJileilcaltwa their duty to be I Jn the yiinguafd of the worlds bat lie and advancement standing for- p the Christian1 hove and exhibiting hrlltlan vIrtues rJ Tua day afternoon the Supreme j offleers dellJtand visiting KnlghU Journeyed to the country where prayers were reclCed and the grave of James McLaughlin was hidden from vleif bneath floral offerings The memOrial addreM at the 6tmeterry was delivered by Thomaa i A Slowey of Nashville who lie eloI f auent tribute to the founder of Catholic Knighthood brought tests to the eyes of all who heard him It was a hippy and hungry crowd of Knights that sat around the ban qtiot table on Tuesday night Horn lLT Bryan acted as the toast mastor and after a blessing had been Invoked on the feast liynev father Qleeson all fell to with n will After the physical man had been satisfloi Toastmaster Bryan road a telegram from Bishop Farr lly of Cleveland who sent his congiatulatloris and regretted his inability to attend Bishop Farrelly la a native of Tennessee and formerly lived In Nashville Oliver J Timothy of Nashville responded to the toast OUr Guests4Ho bade all welcome to Tennessee and to Nashville the otIAmerica He spoke of the obedience of the Knights to thelaws of the church the pleasure that he felt at seeing 30 many members of the orr dor present and said to him It wrj a renewal of his boyhood days In his natlve iarish In Ireland Dr FeliX Gaudin of New Orleans Supreme President of the order responded to the address of welcome and paid whichIthat was a most agreeable surjirlse to all He closed with a brief account of what the order had done was doing and what It expected to do He appealed to all to wield their Influence to build up the order Supreme Trustee Michael Quinn of Brooklyn N Y responded briefly whoa called upon and said he believed a new era was dawning for the order He urged tho older members to attend meelngs reg ularly and to induce their sons to become members Rev Father PJGloezon of Nashville spoke of the work of tho Knights in Nashville Hubert F Croghan of Providence IHI responded to Our Young Men Tho Apostolato of tho Laity was the theme Pf the dis course of Anthony Matre of St Louis Joseph Bernlng of Cincin nati toasted the Ladles Gen J seph P McGinn of Louisville represented the military branch ot the order He made an appeal for increase In membership of the mil wasILoughlin Tho lady visitors were shown points of interest in and around tho WednesdayI wasIThursday hi the evening visiting Knights and ladies were tendered a reception by Nashville Council Knights of Columbus The ladles de voted yesterday to sightseeing IIEKOIC PRIES Sl le lzz9oYf flitoMinister to Dying Man Tho funeral of Martin Wlgglnton who died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth i Hospital Saturday night took place from the residence of his father i C J Wlgglnton 1246 South Six i toonth street on Monday The re mains were taken to Stithton Ky for Interment Mr Wigginton died as tho result of Injuries received in an accident at the Sunny Brook dls i tlljory Twentyeighth and Broadway jt last Friday The young man was a structural j Ironworker and was employed In anchoring a steel beam at a height of 100 feet Ho lost his balance 1 and fell a distance of thirtytwo i feet alighting on a concrete floor Ills injuries were seen to be ofa 1 serious nature A doctor and a priest wore hurledly summoned The i Roy Father Charles P4 Raffo was i one ot the first men to reach the i scene He did not wait for tho inured I man to bo brought down but mounted two rickety ladders that had been hurriedly spliced together i Up up be went too height ot i sixty feet where he found the young i man unconscious and in a dying condition As ho showed no signs consciousness Father Raffo gave him conditional absolution and administered i the sacrament of extreme 1 unction t Hundreds had assembled on tho i Ground below and watched the dIdor1 J alike knelt with bared heads ii admlnls1tlatlonI 11Hook11 I Fatberl1Haffodescendod The Injured man was wrapped In toptheWas iw waiting He was quickly J removed to Sts Marys and Eliza beths Hospital Everything pbssll bio was done for him but death came Saturday night The de ceased was regarded as a skilled structural ironworker and was tyeli j liked by ill who knew him I Ii iI JI PRIEST GIVES BOYS START ReVi Samuell Kavanagh pastor of St Peters church and a Director ndJJ the jiew1 bank at Liberty vrlMd ast week presented each ef his lit teen n boyavwltk a sum of money J and went vithtJimto the bank ylir they depp4t d it The gIfts were Starter for MMriug ac ountsi Paveriti oultl dd WeUlcifolJ thf i example of Father Xayansghwith their bov i PRB6BNT A SUBPRISB c1tgIi3arethe recipient1 of a windfall whlek I caued Jhejro all id uif herUeU Pp gratia1 DrJJAf Burke of that city has preseut 4k the Knights hi flne rejildenc on ISaki venue itp be used as a club honae The council hopes to occupy Jt n w home May 15 when tb re will be a general jubilation in honor ot the eventI THREE COMETS IN AMONG THE STARS THOMAS D CLINES PATRICK KING LOUIS J KIBFPER DELAYED Temporarily Is the General Election by King Ed wards Death United Irish Party Expects nome Rule Ere Long Tories Are Out ol Funds and Liquor Men Are ore KINDLY FEELING TOWARD KING The sudden death of King Edward has changed the entire British politi cal situation Cabinet Ministers many of whom were enjoying brief vacations on the Continent hurried home on the announcement of tho Kings death The fight over he rllyhnsngGrteadenclebutlLjareIat4onswiththu been cordial and his recent confer ences friendly still he can not have the diplomatic experience and wide political insight of his father The inov Kings sense t f responsibility is sure to prevent any rupture with the present Government though con sciousness of his Inexperience may add to tIle fighting attitude of the Tories over the veto In Ireland the belle hi the late Kings friendliness to home rule feelingthansirice the conquest But the death of Edward VII made no break In tho activities of the various parties The organization for the contIngency of the general election goes on und both sides already have perfected their plans The Liberals have candidates for almost every seat even those practically hopeless The Tories are less prepared owing to the depletion of their funds and the realization that Lancashire Yorkshire Scotland and Wales will not tolerate any protectionist candidate IIonT P OConnor declares that the Irish party will be returned stronger than today because several seats that were lost to the party at the last election will be won back at the coming campaign MidTyrone fightthatsUpIping take will not be repeated and the seat will lie reconquered The Na tionalists nlso hope tp win South Dublin The seat was lost last time because a snow storm kept many of IthepollsI1ere be onIposed on these lines The Lprds were to accept the destruction ot their right io have a Veto on the judget and that in turn the Liberals should consent to drop the resolution which destroys the veto on llegislation The Liberal Government would notconi ItIetolis11nUCl struction of the financial veto for It is the legislative veto that stands In the way ol home rule The assageof the budget was another disaster to the Tories because Jt fixes big and burdensome taxes on the liquor interests and frbiu those interests the Tories always received the bulk of their campaltm und Tim- liquor mel Will not put up non y for the Tories antl vlthpjit aigcampaign fund the petty Js hopeleeq- On the other hand the Irlrti party HI tolerably well suppled with iupneyi Tbe Irish In the UnIt 4 States have sent some 8ndmorebabeen JpeniV trout Ttfew BniwiwiolC and Auatfalia Englandharegroatost amount iey ever cpn tributod Jlome rule seem dolayed JJJJJt porarily but those wellI informed d 1aIthattbe delay will be verY brief A period of mourning will follow King Edwards funeral but H 1 is the uatverval belief that a geaerai lection wlU sake place before mld r AMONG Till STARS All Is In Readiness for Macklns New tComet II Everything Is in readiness for the appearance of Aulyn Kanstono I musical comet Aniong the Stars at Mncauleys Theater on thejilghs of May 18 19 and40 and at me matinee pn May 21 An Saturdatatternoon connection with t is that if will make Its appearance on the tame night as Halleys comet Wednesday May 18 Mackin Council under whose auspices the opera Is to be given will furnish talent that will shine in this production arid themany friends of the organi zation wilt no doubt be on hand to I witness the total ocljpso of all other affairs of the kind by Mackins stars Those taking thelleading parts are Mrs Esther Whedon Slater Miss I Abblo Chester anil Miss Lana Long and Messrs Aiilyn Kanston Thomas D CHnes liouis J Kleffer Patrick King Charlps Parsons and Carl Zang In the chorus will be fortytwo young people twentyone of the prettiest girls In Louisville and as many more stalwart young menThe opera is in two parts The first act deals with the last re hearsal tho second with the fin ished performance ofa drama The plot Ir3yellconcLednthomusical numbers are brilliant and catchy The costumes will be a dream of artistic color Mackln Council is one of the fore most societies of young men In Louisville Last month it sur rendered its club houto to a bazar for St Cecilias church Macklns boys never invite their friends to help celebrate unless they have something good to offer Among tho Stars Is a good offering i The young ladles who will appear in the chorus are Misses Louise Becker Freda Doener Kathryn Feonoy Rose Gans Francos Grubet Bertha Halting Gertrude Howe Julia Kaleher Rose Herbst Alvina Kaleher Viola King Lpulse Slgman Kleffer Bessie and Leoda Loeffler Josephine Lewis Lottie Monroe Marie ONoil Alyce Sullivan Virginia Taylor Made Welland and Evelyn Williams The young men who will appear In the chorus are Tyler Charlton Sherloy Cuniff Tom Dlgnqn Tom Duddy Martin Georges Tom Gilllgan Edward Grueseer Jo soph Hancock Charles Huebsch George Kieffer Lpuls Kress John Moriarity Lawrence Kloffer Russell Mueller Dennis McCUe James Mullarkey Earl Riley Conrad Schaeffer John Scully John Shoe j hnn and Joe Stewart DOMINICAN NUNS Celebrated Their Twenty fifth Anniversary In Boston Saturday Sister Alexia formerly aiisd MaryPlusand both formerly of this city celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of entering the Dominican order last Saturday The celebration was held in Bpston Olass where the nuns are Rlghmasstion and the music pf the mass was sung by former pupils of the nuns Botn jjubilarlans received many hand spme presents from friends at homo and admirers in Boston Sister Alexla isa daughter of Mr and Mrs Timothy OSullIvan of Seventh and St Catherine streets Sister Mary PJus iis a sister of Miss Faririle Kennedy County President of the A O IT Before entering the con vent Misses Kennedy and OSullivari were members of St Louis Bertrands corigre atlba JJCAFFREY ELECTED The Particular Council ottheSt Vincent de Paul Society met in St Francis Hall Monday night Seventeen Conferences were repre sented The Right Rev DI bop ODonaghue Very Rev4 Father James P Cronin and other clergy flieR wirer praMnt JJ Caffrey yas elected President of the Partic ular Council and waa empowered to selectJ hIs subordinate pfflcrr Mr Caftrer 1is a progressive buslriefta man and a thorough Catholic Under hlajguWaiuSe and with the spiritual guidance of Bishop ODohaghue arid the clergy thSL Vincent de Paul Society la bound to flourish n CHAPEL CAR Approved hy Pope and Gold Medal BestoAVed Upon Rev Dr Kelley Apostolic Delegate to PhlHii Pities Nay Soon Come to Washington Names Submitted For Vacant American Sees to Be Guarded BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM ROME The Rev Dr Kelley President ot tho Catholic Church extension So ciety of the United States and Com mendator Ambrose Petry of the Executive Board of the same society had a lengthy audience with Pope Pius X on last Saturday Tho Pope showed that ho has fol lowed with tho deepest interest the great work done by the society In tho United States and Canada dur- Ing the last four and a half years Ho said that Casdlnal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State has kopt him Informed on the sub joct that Monsignor Agins the Apostolic Delegate to the Philip pines had also spoken most highly of It and that Monsignor Sbaretti Apostolic Delegate to Canada has taken a profound sympathetic Interest in the work The Holy Father dwelt especially upon what the Church Extension Society has done for the church in the Philippines during the present trying situation there In an auto graph letter of considerable length tho Pope blessed and encouraged the society to continue to enlarge Its work This letter which will not be published until Dr Kelley reaches America contains a strong appeal to the Archbishops Bishops priests and laity In the United StatesAs a mark of special appreciation for the ministry work of the so ciety he presented Dr Kelley with a valuable gold medal marking his approval of the work of the chapel j car in America conferring like honor on CommedatorePetry Monsignor Aglus today left Naples Ii for Manila When he arrives he will IItheII IilIowHlIi year longer in the Philippines It Is believed by some that his future destination will bo Washington Monsignor Sbaretti has had a long private audience with the Holy Father and it is not Improbable that i ThelRovI diocese of Chicago has just sue cessfully passed the examination for the doctorato of divinity at the 11TheI CongregaUonhas I c asolUte secrecy regarding the names submitted from America for vacant sees Any priest violating this rule tnCjInbound to secrecy I I This step is taken to save candi dates who are not named from the embarrassment that obviously fol lows MORE ORANGE BIGOTRY UnIversityhavj philosophy Its principaloPponent j hayingbeen I tloluCilonor professorship In scholastic phllofc ophy orBother ognltlonofd jt- nomlnationaliSm in the statutes of c the university The reapltttlon does not bind the Seriate which haaaliready Banctloned the scholastic Ii course J BUFFALO CHOSEN i I ythelL9Iuftalothe JUjjlit Her BishppVCdltpn and lading oiilsenii that the TInUed Irish League of1 America hblditabproachlng natlottal convention Inj that city baa beea accepted by Na tional President Michael Rytfn and his fellow officers The convention Is called for September 27 and 28 when John Redmond Chairman of the IrIsh party and T P OConnorI and Joseph DetUn will represent Nationalist Ireland A significance will attach to this convention from the fact that it was in Buffalo that the first Land League convention met In 1881 EUKOPES HUEF Nearly Every Monarch United to Edward of England By the death of King Edward of England nearly every court of Europe Is grieving not merely be cause etiquette demands It but be bybloodthe connections of the late King with other royal houses Denmark Edwards Queen Alexandra was the oldest daughter of Christian IX the late King of Den mark Freedorick VIII the present t King was Edwards brotherinlaw GermanyKaiser Wilhelm II Is the son of Edwards eldest sister andI was the dead Kings nephew RussiaCzar Nicholas II Is the son of Queen Alexandrias sister Marie and the husband of the daugh ter of Edwards sister Alice SpainKing Alfonso XIII is the husband of Victoria Ena the daughter of Edwards sister Be atriceGreeceKing George I Is ai brother orQueen Alexandra Norway King Haakon VII Is ai son Of Frederick VIIL of Denmark i brother of Queen Alexandra and isI married to his cousin Maud King Edwards daughter Sweden King Oscar IIs son Is married to Margaret of Connaught daughter of the Kings brother the juuko of Connaught Belgium King Philip is a nephew of the latee Leopold II who was an uncle of Victoria King mother EdwardsII WllhHollandQueen re lated through King George III Minor European rulers related to the late King by ties of blood or marriage are- SaxoCoburg and Gotha Duke Leopold Charles Edward is a son of Edwards brother Duke of Albar Waldock Princess Helene sister of Duke Frederick is the wife ot saxeICI Wurtemburg King William II is related through the late PrincessIi I Mary Duchess of Tech I I Queen Victoria and mother at the new Queen of England I PRAISES l for Catholic Institutions by Indiana School Officials Prof Kendall Superintendent of Schools of Indianapolis and State Superintendent of Public Instruction I Aley both nonCatholics are loud InII their praises of the Catholic educational Institutions conducted by the j Franciscans nt Oldenburg Ind The visit of the officials was with a view I of recommending to the State Board I of Education that the Academy of 1 j the Sacred Heart at Oldenburg be I commissioned as a high school and IIunderIIl Upon his return Prof Kendall said I may say that I was surprised and pleased beyond expression with what we found at the academyat Il Oldenburg The conditions are ideal t in the institution The surroundings I are beautiful and the scrupulous 1 cleanliness the splendid discipline I and the general depprtirfont 1 Impressed the State Superintendent e and myself very much Wojj wore shown all through by the Sisters and the curriculum of the school pleased us very muchII I may say that I luaU no Idea of thelextent of the Institution They have a good system therp and the Sisters are worthy of the highest com men atlan fpr their work There aree 150 girls in the schooltt Superintendent Aley said that tire day he spent inspecting the educal tional affairs of the Franciscans atsOldenburg was the most Interesting t day he lisa ever passed The monastery in Franklin county is the centerf of a targe Catholic population ItiI was founded in 1848 and it is saidI that more than 1000000 of propertyr has been built and acquired by thea monks who maintain the Institution themselves SUPERIOR GENERAL HERE The Rev Brother John Chrysds torn of Bruges Belgium Superior General of the Xaverlari BrothersC who came to the United tour of Inspection of the houses of the order arrived In Louisville Tuesday and spent several days here While In this city Brother Chrysbatorn was the guest of the Brothers at St Xavlers College Hew c acpinpariled to Louisville byC ire Rev Brother Edward of Mantheater BntlajJdaIidtb Brother Isidore of Baltimore Superior General pf the Xaverlane In the United States The visitors Were Joined here by the riley Brother AriibroteUf St Mar i1f Industrial School Baltimore who was return Ingfrpm London Kywherehl van erable fatherls at the olntot death Brother Chrysostom vas h1 well pleated wltk liaeieoriditlon pre Tilling itS Xaviara College and ii- St Lawreace Institute Before leav 4 1iiCq praWed thi work soueeea- sfully carrtod on tor Ray Brothers lama 4 Pius 1 7IOFAheld upreme ConventionNashville This V elId Reports ot Offle rs Show rder to Be in Splendid Shape Busy Business Sessions Will Close With Election Today HEARD ACTUARYS FIGURES Every available inch of room In Capitol the national convention of the Catholic Knights of America was opened at noon on Tuesday by State Secretary Oehman who Introduced Gov Patterson applausefeltthewasflatteredaccordetthim thEtCapitolArchbishop atriotLsnuhad otAndrewAndrew thoIpeople to the Presidency ot this great country to the tomb of PresidentPolknesseos schools hospitals cOlleges standsfor come to a royal State evoked rounds ot applause Next Mr M Wells rep theCatholicwere open thetworepresenting the Nashville branches wordsgavothoplies In every respect with tho re recountingIts totheSupromo President Gaudin ro 1 sponded to tho addresses of welcome declaring tho convention was being FeelIngly pressions and generous treatment butlackedexpresshisseph Rplsing of Nebraska and James J McLoughlln of New Orleans also responded saying they would show their gratitude by ro remainingtruotrueAmericans theCredentialsnouncemont of the programme and order of buslnpss tho convention ad journed till Wednesday morning begunOn Su promo convention was opened with prayer by the Rev Father Hille brand of Oregon Following this congratulatoryIlettersMonsignor Falconlo the Apostolic Delegate and thirtyfive other Archbishops and Bishops the Right Rev Denis ODonaghuo beI- ng one of tho number Reports of the Supremo officers were then submitted after which the convention wont Into a lengthy executive ses sion The main feature of discussion was the proposal to Increase the per wasrefected Wednesday Thursday was given over to hear- Ing from Actuary Landis one of the UnItedStatosures on insurance at his finger ends Friday was tho real business day of the convention and much time was spent In reading and discussing recommendations and re ports of committees Today will be In electing officers and wind- Ing up unfinished business All re lioundrinanclally qumerIcallyrish American will give a detailed of the proceedings on Friday nd Saturday UNWORTHY EDiTOR SEflTJSAtJKU The editor of Slmpllclsslmus a German comic paper has been ar ranged in court for publishing a rossly Insulting caricature of the atholic Bishop of Rottenberg The Court sentenced the editor to two months In prison The public proBecutpr pf the Criminal Court at Stuttgart affirmed the Insult the graves that could be hurled at one nmllHlloli dto watch over the urity of morals Protestants he zoporthe n prosecution FOR TIm HOME GOING 1 DohdrIfljandrcDaniol a Miss Rate Lyons are amour tie LonlBrille Jiwplc who will visit Is lHICNOnlJl1dgeOHie tripIast yaarv Mri1Kii tera1ttmupentImosttiuftnrymot rx 41 i IIIi literlcus and Catholics Hibernians Young Mens ic Knights of America kntCAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher I PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered tabs LonUyllle PoitoHIc of StcoadClus clatter Alireai all CoMMluilMi to Ibe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West dree St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 14 1910 EXAMPLE FOR YOUNG When God gave us his ten commandments the first three related to the respect to bo shown the Deity but the fourth commandment Is Honor thy father and thy mother Apropos of this an Eastern Catholic exchange says of a recent event At the consecration of Bishop Fallon one incident is related whichh easily becomes the most affecting of the entire Imposing ceremony The tl Bishoptobe went to the station on Saturday evening to meet his famil As the train came in he broke away from the grosp of clergymen with whom he was talking and hurried across the platform where he had caught a glimpse of his aged parents J Then we are told he clasped the little mother In his great strong arms and tenderly kissed her Mother was all ho could say as he pressse her tenderly What Joy must have welled up in the little mothers heart at tha supreme moment There In the arms of a successor of the apostles who can read the thoughts that passed through the brain who can Imagine tho feeling in her heart Boys your mothers have done and are doing as much for you as has Bishop Fallons mother for himII What returns are you making Do you follow her advice or are you of the smart class that think the know more than the old woman imagineIAthe heartbreaks worry good mother Her boys are eve i I before her her prayers are being constantly offered for their good I She may appear harsh at times But I who can blame her Her nerve- are strained to tho utmost tensionII Really she has little peace for on all sides are temptations which only a boy of the most sturdy character can throw off It Is the province of youth to be careless but the boy who does not honor his mother Is not careless ho iis wicked PARLIAMENT IS EXPENSIVE One often hears even from men of Irish descent the question Why are the Irish In America continual besieged to contribute money toward the support of the Irish members Ihv Parliament In tho first place the members8 of the British Parliament get no pay It costs to live In London a 4 it does in any metropolitan city Be sides many of tho Irish members are making sacrifices to servo their r countrry Many aro lawyers doctors and mer chants whose business wanes while they are attending to affairs of State Others have no other means huof support than that afforded them by their fellow countrymen exiled in e America or Australia Some returned sojuorners in the Emerald Islo scofflngly tell you that the game is not worth the candlet that the climate of Ireland Is vile that tho land is unproductive So If Ireland was not worth while keep- Ing i why has Great Britain spentt millions In money and men In keep ing her in thralldom Yet the Irle I members are not the only ones who suffer from drains in Parliament In England Scotland and Wales It cost money to be a member or even to fight a constituency Rider Hag gard the English Journalist andl novelist was importuned to standl for Parliament but declined on theI ground that to fight a county coni stituency It cost 10000 but he admitted that boroughs might be cheaper Then ho figured that In r the event of election It would cost him aside from his lljtfng expenses 26 op a year to keep 1i political fences in repair unow serious tbevdraln may become is shown by tbei tthRta c1few years ago it was publicly stated that a Conservative member had 1600nt to 20000 a year to be disbursed In the constituency A Scotch men berf who retired at the last election confessed that his own contribution Apart from election expenses had 1 cost him uoOOayearHe could stand the drain no longer aid ye- 06otok constituencies are reckoned eileapThe ejiJMt t Catholic Federation Ja tbd United States lato oomblM With the ciiurciiiiiBJipyfifigl that it ta OM Itn effort wiiliwi to arItt- legsity I to the Uef1t1La4t yirpoon itMrtiM to nutaltagals5et the political Industrial and I social evils that WTiroft watt aattotu fcdwatton too protests against anything even suggestive of in decency It will oppose evil and unscrupulous men in private and In public llife I The United States and many other countries are generously aiding the unfortunate earthquake sufferers in I I Costa Rica Once tigain the lesson is taught that disaster like a touch ot nature makes the whole world kin l Tomorrow will be WhitSunday celeyscares In commemoration of theI descent of the Holy Ghost upon the apostles and disciples Today Is a day of fut and abstinence CHURCH ALONE dOne Stately Edifice Did Not Yield to QuaketMore than 1000 dead bodies have been removed from the ruin of Cartago Costa Rica the Contra1 American city that was devastatedI by an earthquake last week of the historic Church del Carmen the belfry of which withstood the earthquake shock continues to toll a t requiem for the dead Each day the searchers reveal new bodies andI conYprocessions Long trenches are being dug for the In torment of the unfortunates and in many cases whole families have been der1I Carmen Is the only building In the city left intact 1Most of the survivors of theI earthquake are now at San Jose andl aresI being dispensed from American war ships It augurs well for the gener oslty of our nation that her ships and sailors were first to give alto d their unfortunate brethren in theI sister republic Costa Rica is ignoring the pos slblllty of bankrupting her national t treasury and is pouring out al available public funds to feed an clothe the hungry and starving sur throughoutthppurses to their unfortunate fellow countrymen and are doing every thing possible to relieve the intense suffering which exists among the dyingYQUESTION RAISED Because Dying King De dined to Receive Ang slican Bishops Did Edward VII King ot Eng land die a Catholic is a question teat is agitating the antiCatholico of England Both Associated Press spedalt a sensational report that King Edward had refused to see the Arch bishop of Canterbury when he was dying But the Archbishop denies iIt by saying the King did not reques to see him But the press dispatches Insist that the Archbishop of Canterbury palaceFriday on of Rlpon Clerk of the Closet of the King called twice Neither enters the room The King was not tooI 111 to see them The same die nha was fully con probabilityIs thso rumor that ho died a Catholic 1isI founded on the well authenticated d story that at the time King Edward was operated on for appendicitis the only minister admitted to the sick nerIVaughan S J a brother of the late Archbishop of Westminster COLLECTION TOMORROW Tomorrow the annual collection wlllbetaken ei hi appealofso good and worthy it is to be hoped that all will come prepared to I Jldpurpose1 explanationgloryti ll- prJe thoodI4 LEAGUE WITH INFIDELS theMethodists againsttheknow says II Re egbne a Catholici 1 1LItrvahgelMetanotoriously in alliance with liArino inonei jl PodeceIt1lthY iibeeflnwhlch a LKvanEeitstacord with1 LA lno and fully approvwt of tte methods Pcdreccaa coarse cartoons of things the moat sacred i and his rlolatloMpf publi4 decency- e 0 nT rwwMMUy brbugbt hintlwtore tfc e eoarta In i i g fia1 A Ii J t I lTTLTOKY IRISH AlIEJtI All- PIRATESI J OF PENZANCE STARS MISS 1MELDA SHEA JOHN J FLYNN MISS LOUISE FORST rsurYji i slGlgfwy pp i Mrs Harcle Viglinl has gone to New York for a visit of several weeks Aliases Nell and Mary Fowler were in Winchester this week the of Mrs John ORear Mrs Thomas J Batman who ha been seriously 111 for two weeks is now rapidly improving thHighlandse e week with relatives at Lebanon Casper Hammer who has been sojourning at West Baden for ten days is expected homo next week memberSWednesIin Ireland- s Thomas J Horrlgan for seversI Albanyleftand Boston Mrs Henry Nadorff of 1314 Willow avenue spent last week at West Point the guest of her sister Mrs Cyrus Ferrell Mr and sirs Martin Callahan Seventh and Magnolia are rejoicing lover the arrival at their home of a pretty girl baby A pleasant event of last week era the reception given her club by Miss Helen Hockstrasser n t her home In Portland John Malone and bride have taken the MlnoH apartments on Minot avenue in Parkland where they a home to their friends daughtedx rt pected home today from a weeks visit in view York City Mrs Newton Brunton of Clifton arrived home the first of the week from n months visit to her Mrs Wells at Cincinnati Jeremiah Kavanagh the vetera- Irish Nationalist who was seriousl- Ill at his home 1346 South Sixt street is very much improved tBostonof her sister Sister Mary Pius willj remain in the East two weeks Mr and Mrs William Hagan who have been East on their honeymoon trip spent several days here before returning to their home alt Lebanon Mrs John Malone and family of the Highlands will leave about the middle of June to spend the summa in their cottage at Bay View Mich Mrs B C Mattingly Miss A C Mattingly and August Hollenbach and daughter are among the Louis vlllo colony at West Baden Springs this week Mr and Mrs Vincent MoAteer of Comfort Texas are here on a visit to Col and Mrs John McAteer The visitors were married recently and are concluding an extended wedding trip Misses Jeannette Danenhold and Eva Beck have returned from Terre Haute where they visited friends for a week and attended the Ros Polytechnic Institute dance They were chaperoned by Mrs Anna Back Miss Ruth McCabe was the hostessI for her bridge club Tuesday afte noon her home at Reservoir Park Her guests were Misses Louts- Shelley a Ethel Miller dfarguerit- Casander Edith Elwang Frances Wathen and Edith Malone Mr and Mrs John P Wallace have announced the engagement o f their daughter Marian to Louis P Hall The wedding will be held at 810SoutiWednesdayJune Miss Helen Louise Mayer and John I marrieond a charming daughter of Officer Antone Mayer and the lucky young man is stenographer in the City Engineers office and a Ion of Representative e John M Xietterle ofPortlandJiaderi Spring for a sojourn of two weeks It Iis not often they take a vacation but when they do care la thrown to the winds Their many frlendlwlllhtheDla happy sojourn tthe Indlria watering place o TtmothJNsnghton J St Pfturi ehtrcb ion Tuesday morn Ing at 6 oclock The Rat Fathej York performed the ceremony The I atUmUnt trace Miss Katto Ketl 4 ttier stiadb J Coltmaa talc and I j Naughton have begun house iMrs at 918 South Both are popular young peo pIe and are receiving hearty congrat t ulations and best wishes for con nubial bliss I I I POPUL4R CHORD Struck by Ceclllan Chore-s Club In Effort to Please-s The Ceiillan Choral Club strucki a popular chord when It decided two years ago to revive some of the vld1 comic opera successes This form of entertainment seems to appeal to the theatergoing public but the compose of today fall of the mark set by the old famous masters Plays like the Mikado El Capl tan and The Pirates of Penzance have withstood the ravishes if time and are still favorites with the lovers ot music while the present tla theIThe Choral Club will bo remem bered for its good work in the firs I twd above mentioned operas an I for this seasons play have selectedI The Pirates of Penzance Thet chorus has been considerably aug mented numbering ninety voices 1 inl order to bring out In full volume th stirring ensembles and finales Miss Louise Forst who has bee i associated with many Catholic must cal entertainments will sing the leading soprano role and her rich and beautiful voice will surely spiediJ rendertwork Miss Imelda Shea will appear and as it is a part requirin- coneidorable acting those who hay I protI1 in a most capable hands Also her sweet contralto voice will be hear in several solos Mr John J Flynn is cast for the principal male part MajorGen Stan ley of the British army which af C fords him opportunities galore for his comedy propensities Mr Flyn amateurrecite lion song or play he can be depend dellghtfun1 cast binhJamePs ImordeoStapleford I directing the rehearsals and is very much gratified with the work o f both chorus and principals and proCessionaldramatically Thomas S Evans has charge of the stage Work and Is especially proud of the showing ot piratesTwot J eVeningsrI ALUMNI OEFICEKS Chosen by Former Pupils of St Xavicrs College titXavlorst 0 hall last Friday night and elects- the following officers for the nex twelve months President Joseph L Lenihan Vice President Williami Blrkel Secretary Eugene Mc Ge Hume Spiritual Director John T HillIt was decided to have the annual alumni banquet on or about June 28 r apr Pa3 theRev Brother James Director of th I college Tho Alumni Association will meet again on Friday night May 27 to ratify the report 61 the committee HOME FOR THE BUMMElt ofCongreasmantown and her daughters Missesi Nancy and Hendy Russell Johnson Renttickyhome rsJohn1fnJohnsonhave I ton society circlet BIG CATHOLIC DAY Fully 10000 vilVora are expected in C EJahmond Ind tomorrow to attend StJosephsGermanCathollofrom Indianapolisl and many other paradesad j line of arch will be especially deo oratedI for the ocpasion 1 ii- n thedrapedfor the dremjr kook I n 1 b1r AIZMAIIILn A Great Irish Nationalist Demonstration There Sunday I Armagh wmbe the scene of a notable gathering on Sunday May 15 when John E Redmond will at tend a great Nationalist demonstra tion there The Irish leader will be accompanl by Joseph Devlin M P JohA Dillon 31P T p OCon nor M P and other prominent members of Ihe Irish party and it is expected that most of the delegates from thb United Irish League of Great Britain who will hold their annual convention in Belfast on the previous day will journey to the Primatlal city to attend the meeting There are no more sturdy National Ists in all Ireland than the people of Armagh and as we have seen on more than one occasion none who ofythis sort Doubtless a pronounce I ment of importance may be expected from Chairman Redmond The peo Armagh and all surrounding tdistricts will assemble in their thou sands to welcome the visitors and tto show Mr Redmond as Cork will show him on the following Sunday that the Nationalists of both North hisefight for Irelands rights The them largesteand most notable ever held in Ulster 1The whole province will probably be represented and many parts of j Leinster as well COLONELS HARDEST RIVALS againEtheneleave for Minneapolis for a threegame series These games will go along way in deciding the strength Pauldand Minneapolis have proven themselves the strongest contenders thus fur in the association If Louisville can break oven with these two strong teams the fans can be assured Bononclassrwith the Colonels in their present lineup which Is perfectly satisfy Ing to everyone and not a kick Is heard on the weakness of any pos eLion which is remarkable This has boon a hard road XP for Heinle Poitz and his charges and the best the fans hope is an even breaks which they haVe had thus far SCHOOL DAYS END The Dorian Private School Padu dcan will have Its annual commence ment on June 9 There are to bo three graduates this year It is one of the most successful schools in Southwestern Kentucky Mrs Katie Dorian Is well and favorably known thesState and nation Her pupils always roflect credit upon their alma mater and Kentucky I PRIESTS GOLDEN JUBILEE FsM who is now stationed at the Franciscan monastery on the Indiana Knobs nine miles northwest of New Albany will celebrate his golden sacerddtal jubilee on Tues day May 24 Many Franciscans will assemble at the monastery for the FathertMASONIC THEATER St Elmoa drama of love and romance will bo the offering of the RoberBlandon Stock Company at the Masonic Theater next week Tho stock company is drawing increasing crowds every week This shows that Louisville people appreciate a first class stock company and that love iseBISHOP BIS IN ROME Pope Plus X on Saturday last received in audience the Right Rev MarquetteMichan account of his stewardship he was complimented by the Pope A small pilgrimage from the dloceee ot Marquette was then presented to His Holiness by Monsignor Els CONFIRMS Al CATHEDRAL andglristhe 7 oclock mass at the Cathedral themarshue will administer the sacrament of eonfirmatlda to the rises and to a number ofadultswho have taever received the sacrament BISHOPS JUBILHK l ahnoetperfeetedforjubilee of the Sight Hev Camillus P MaN Tahoe of Cptln ton the ate for which bas been eeEi for W tInes oelebrattonnflfbbwhlcii wQ1bt1 completed for the brtash nII t u- et 1 Cie I IHIItKIH CHORBL CLUB MAYI 18 19 2O SAT MATINEE zi PRICES25c50c 75c and 1 Seats on sale at Box Office May I LEXTRA SPECIAL ISouvenir Photographs Free at opening performance rteCRACKED CRACKEDAND BUCKLED Magic Renewe Gloss IIIMagic HasYour Mow Plastering Cracked irBuckled If you PlasteritWALL PLASTER CO Incorporated Both Phones 2267 First and River Loulivllle Ky Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant JefTersonviHe Ind Phone 65S o IHOUSEI I makes them look tike new and last many years longer It Is transparentIII Iand can be used on any tolored wood GarpatCleanerCleans yourfurniture I Iorl I 11183UPERIOR fILiER 8 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Old Welds a SpMUlly SisiPlisssL 540w WQUIUra NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB i SPRINGHIBERNIANS Ending Racing Kentucky Beginning OaksMEETINGKNIQIITS Colonel Stakes Tuesday EACH DAY M What They Have Bees Delrf the Past WeekOeaeral- News Nete Division 4 of St Paul Initiated a large class last week and is rapldl increasing its membership- An important meeting of Division 3 will take place Monday night All who possibly can should be present Division 1 meets Tuesday night when all will be glad to welcome Secretary Tom Lawler who has been 111 Hibernians took part in the cere monies attending the unveiling of n Celtic cross on St Vincents church at St Paul Minn The Ancient Order will organize a division this month at Montrose South Dakota Many have signified their Intention of joining At a special county convention at Norwalk Conn fifty delegates assembled and decided to send the County President to Portland The Ancient Order In Central New York in rendering substantial aid to the proposed St Johns Infant Homo In Utica for the care of orphan girlsThe Ladles Auxiliary will outline its programme for the Phoenix Hill outing at the meeting next Wednes day tight The officers expect a large attendance Tickets for the picnic of Division 4 and the Ladies Auxiliary are selling rapidly President John Hennessy wants a crowd at Phoenix lUll that will break all records Last Sunday a number of Boston divisions attended a special mass at Sts Peter and aul church and received holy communion There was a sermon by the Right Rev G J PattersonDivision 2 meets next Friday night and the session promises to be Inter esting President Ford and Secretary Meehan have several important mat ters for consideration and they ask all members to attend The Ladies Auxiliary of Covington and Newport received holy com munion Sunday morning at St Pat ricks church A special musical pro gramme was arranged for the oc casion and Rev Father Cusack preached an eloquent sermon NEXT JUNE Pope Plus X Will Cele brate Seventyfifth Birthday The seventyfifth anniversary of the birth of Pope Pius X will le celebrated throughout the Catholic world on June 2 Coming from an humble peasant family Giuseppe Sarto by name he gradually rose in gradations of office In the church to the position of Pontiff He is one of nine children eight of them living to witness their brothers elevation seven years ago Previous to his election to Ute Papacy by the College of Cardinals August 4 1903 aftor a session of five days he was Patriarch of Venice In origin he was In several respects the opposite of hIs predecessor Leo XIII who was of aristocratic birth aridn scholar Pius X is said to be familiar with no language outside his own except slightly with French and German ERECTED 400 CHAPELS Rev Dr Kelleyto the last number of the Extension magazine an nounces that the American Society since the time of iits institution has been instrumental in starting an average of two chapels a week or a total of over 400- ACTING CHIEF Nick Warren the handsome young sT uthls acting Chief of detectives In the absence of Capt John P Carney who is attending the con vention of Police Chiefs in Birming ham Capt Warren wears his honors modestly RICH MANS DAUGHTER Miss Annie Morgan daughter of J Plerpont Mprrgan the New York capitalist met the working girls of San Francisco last week and urged that they organize unions In every possible field of industry ESCHEW BAD TEMPER Life is so short and its trials are BO many that wee should strive with all our might not to make it harder for one another by being bad tern pared or sulky MARKING UNHN First write the name twith a oem man soft lead pencil then mark over tie peneli writing with the marking ink The p neil will prevent the ink from spreading INSHOT8 Dissolve one pound of sham in two quarts of water let it Tfimain over nigHt until all theal diasolred Then Wi h a bri1 boiling hot to everin the closet A CUSCADENIICt1 I I CREAMWITH I 1 Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE 1 TELEPHONE 518 AND 584JJ We ship to all railway stations Spe cial rates to churches and lodges 309311 Second Street Louisville 1 J MS Moses Co 76000 Cash Purchase and Sale Of the Surplus Stock of Mens and Boys I Fine Clothing from one of RochesterC New Yorks largest fac tories offers unlimited opportunities to thrifty buyersMens c 18 and 20 Suits forC10- MSMoses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Men s Wear Store Hens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klusella Gen SuptII 1 I croton bugs ants cockroaches etc Intrude RECENT DEATHS i The funeral of Miss Agnes Donag hue one of the most popular young I ladles in New Albany took placeII from Holy Trinity church on MonII day morning The deceased is sur vived by her parents Mr and Mrs 1 John Donaghue The funeral of James D PIrtle who died at his home 1120 Oldham 1 street took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Sunday afterII noon The deceased whosa death is mourned by many was tnirty years old and was an efficient member of the Louisville Fire department The funeral of Mrs Louisa Queen who died at the home of her daugh ter Mrs E A Hamilton 4025 West Broadway on Saturday night took I place from Holy Cross church on Monday afternoon and was largelyl attended The deceased was seventy years old and death was due toJJ senility Five sons and two daugh ters survive They are Harry D RogerS Leo 0 William D anUII Joseph Queen Mrs W Jl Gregg andc Mrs E A Hamilton Many friends extend their sympathy to the be reaved children FOR WOMANS EYE Anything that Is draped Is fashJJ lonable Deep blue that Is almost black la a much favored colorfor gownS andI hatsSleeves of the new models of blouses and dresses show fullness at the elbow For evening wear there Is a re turn of colored Irish lace dyed to match the gown Cypress green pewter gray and a delicate fawn shade are soft tints that are popular White serge suits have blackor preen collars and cuffs Green is also used on dark blueIThe new veils are novel and con spicuous but not becoming Colored lace veils are still popular White butchers linen collar and cuff coat seta the edges scalloped with white or color are worn on silk and wool suits alike Tie lace flounce imparts the decor stirs note as a skirt trimming upon many new evening gowns The flounce lis usually beaded by a wide band of embroidery Gold colored straw trimmed with black is a combination of many of the most attrabtir models for aum Bier Some of the best hat ideeoiw tints are gold and silver Practical ginghamofourha S Late News That Will Intern Members Here and Else where Colorado Springs Council maintains a fund to purchase books for the scholars of the parochial school thereTomorrow the Knights at Colum bus Ind will Initiate a large class programmhasThus far 125 applications have beer received for th fourth degree whlcli will be conferred In Indianapolis on iMemorial day May 30 In the last year New York State has made a net gain of three councils and 096 members The total membership is 41092 Quebec Knights are making ex tensive plans for the entertainment of the national convention and a host of visitors next August ales John II Riley of Shelbyville preached an eloquent and patriotic sermon at the mass for the Knights last Sunday in the Church of the Good Shepherd at Frankfort The Knights of Rockfbrd Ill had a formal opening of their new clubhouse on Tuesday In honor of the State convention which met there tiryan F Mnlian a popular Knight and Mayor of New London is prom inently mentioned as Democratic can didate for Governor of Connecticut Connecticut has six cities with Mayors who are members of the order They are Hartford New Britain New London Williamantic Meriden and Ansonia The latest statistical figures show the order to have 1425 subordinate councils with a total membership of 237013 divided into an Insurance membership of 75635 and an asso elate membership of 161378 UNITED STATES Now the fourthCatholic- Power In Entire World In less than a century according to the New York Sun the land of William Penn has become the fourth Catholic power In the world from the point of view of numbers being surpassed only by France Austria and Italy while it surpasses ever these Countries if we take Iijto con sideration the loyalty of the faith ful their generosity and their pro gressiveness The Catholic church in the United States although remaining Roman has a thorough American character of enterprise of expansion and of grandeur owing to the vastness of its institutions and the splendor of its buildings which will soon rival in size and artistic beauty historic Cathedrals of the Old World so that before long to the latter will only retain the superiority coming from centuries of tradition Thus the balance will be maintained the his tory in Europe the vigor of modern genius in America New York is to day the strongest Catholic city in the world though Paris may have more people baptized into the church or there may be numerically more in Vienna but neither Paris nor Viennonor Rome itself can boast such a truly devout Catholio popula IntelltIgent St George Commandery No 141 Knights of St John of New Albany will go to Richmond Ind tomorrow to attend the convention of the Stile Council Many commanderios from Southern Indiana will be in attendance GALAXY OF INTELLECT The annual mooting and banquet of the Alumni Association of the North American College af Rome was held in Baltimore on Wednesday evening It brought together many distinguished priests and prelates PRIESTS RETURN Rev W no Dunn OP and Rev C F Christmas O P arrived home Wednesday from Evansville where they assisted at the Forty Honrs de votions that opened there Sunday ENVY Envy is one of the meanest of all the passions It is alike offensive in the sight of God and man It is not only an unreasonable but a malignant spirit It looks with the eye of hatred upon a brother for no other reason than because he either tIor Is supposed to beSo special favorite of 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furnllIedrQ I KentuckyTent d Awning STI Co I i BOTH PHONES 3437 130 N THIRD NEW COUNCIL Knights ofColumbus Star Under Pavorable Auspices I IsealI hundred ICnfglits from all over the State went to Frankfor last Sunday to assist in inaugurating the new council of the Knights ot Columbus Old and new Knights asS sembled at Odd bellows llall on Sun day morning and marched othe Church of the Good Shepherdi wherx high maSs wasoffcred up yrtth the Roy Father Ignatius Cohroy C P r of Cincinnati as celebrant The sermon vns preached by the Kev Father John Rlloy of Shelby vllle Special music vas rendered by the choirII ffhe dhltlatlon of the new mem bers and the election and installation of officers took place at Odd Fellows Hall during the afternoon The ceremonial exercises were cat tied out by teams from Lexington Loulsrlilej Toledo and Cincinnati Thei officers of the new council are Grand KnightJohn Sower Deputy Grand r IghtO S lInn nenChancellorCharlls Jl Weitzel FJnanclalSecretary 11 S Lutke meler Recording Secretary John J CantyTreasurerJ J King- WardenCharles Whitehead Inside GuardianTi J Lynch Outside GuardianWilliam Loggie AdvocateGuy Briggs TrusteesJohn T Buckley James Sullivan and C E Collins Delegates to the State convention at Louisville John Sower and Paul Weitzel In the evening the members of th new council tendered a banquet t their visiting brethren In the main dining hall of the Capital Hotel John P Hanley now of Louisville but formerly of Frankfort was the toastmaster Among those who re sponded to toasts were Hon La Vega Clements of Owensboro and Jonn C Talbott of Bardstown DERBY WINNER Will Meet former Rivals In Clark Handicap Today The thirtysixth annual spring mooting of the New Louisville Jockey Club was Inaugurated under most favorable auspices last Tuesday The weather was ideal the track fast and the attendance eclipsed that at any former Derby Tho free field was partially re sponsible for the crowd at the same time It was an incentive to others to enter the grandstand Thus far the racing has been of a very high class order The Clark handicap wlti the Derby winner and all the starters In that classic event will bo the chief feature this afternoon The feature events next week will be the Colonel stakes on Tuesday the Bashford Manor stakes Thursday and the Bourbon handicap on Saturday The Paris mutuol system of bet ting Is proving satisfactory to all concerned General Manager M1 Winn and his associates are being Commended by all patrons of the sport f0r giving Louisville high class racing TRINITY COUNCIL Enjoyed Graphic Story of Trip In Foreign Lands The members of Trinity Council listened attentively for an hour and a halt last Monday night to a splen did lecture on Traveling In Foreign Countries by Capt John McNab whose lecture was very Inter sUng and at the same time full of wit and humor A special Interest was man ifested when the Captain related the Ipcldont in kissing the Blarney etone which he did at the risk of Ms life Applications were received for membership from John Hold n and A Wiseman The Sick Committee reported that Joseph Hbehr was improving and that Leo Qunther isI still confined to his homo An an nouncement was made that a matter of much Importance would be brought up in the meeting on next Monday night and tho members were urged to attend In a large number TURNKEY BUYER DEAD General regret was expressed throughout the city when it was learned that tfeputy Jailer Louis C Buyer d led on Wednesday afternoon Death followed an attack of pneu mania Mr Buyer was born in Louisville fortyVnlne years ago and had lived here all his life He Is survived by his wife and bnr daugh ter Miss Lillian Buyer His funeral took place from St Charles Bor romeo church yesterday morning and was very largely attended Mr Ja11erunderDELMONJC CLUB EXCURSION The Pelmont Club will give its an nual excursion on the elegant fiver deck steamer Island Queen on Sunday May 88 It will be acomet light excursion when Halley comet wilt be at Its brightest glow In the western sky and visible to everybody The demand fer tickets Is large and the members of Delment ar4ilvrep rlngto entertain their guests In royal style- FONTATAE PIIftRY 1 Wlh theappearahee pt real suin n er weather local parkgpars came into their rJiat lontahieJierrf duringthe week just closing Many new attractions have beeti Installed atibla Wg family resort whichl witfc the vmrtonB old and popular features of former loan combine to furnish mush enjoyment forjb who are toad of outofdoor amusement Tbe park theater white high NEW MASONIC Another Big Week Matinees Tuesday SaturdaytRoberBlanden Company IN- t STEIMO MatineestBest Seats 25c f ONTAINEFER R THE PARK BEAUTIFUL HIGH CLASS VAUDEVilLE I FREE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNrAY y 3KK P M 800 Pi M TWICE DAILYBY- GREGGS BAND DANCING CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House In Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladles and Children PRINCESS and COLOMBIA Under the same management We present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O JH 1eandoThird Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatAnns Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice resldentBaymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial Secretary Jno J Kcaney 1007 Dumesnil street1 Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinel4Villiam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Uevens Financial Secretary John G lies slon 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 732 West Oak SecretaryDJRecording Secretary John J WlnnTreasurer BradySergeantatArms Callag han Outside SentinelMichaeL McDer nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIULE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall President J 0 Cole MurphyRecording Mc jrodyFinancial JrTreasurerBernard FlahertyInside r a4 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ClubHouseTKenneyFirst J A Casper SherleyJunltlRecording Secretary =Robert Os jorne Corresponding Secretary William 4 Link Financial SecretaryFrank Q damsTreasurerDan Weber WobbenInsideOutside Sentinel Joseph Stewart vaudeville IB the offering Is start styleThecoming week are of particular prom wellknowna merry melange of music and fourprettynoveltyGrlilen cornedy showing new motion pictures MOTION PlCTUJtRS The offerings at the CaslnoI Prine s and Columbia next week will be of unusual interesttvith a magnffkence of production that Is tiBaurjmiMwkl by any motion picture1 yet exhibited here There will be- several mirth prevokingfilm aD- dlilaothkteat Illustrated songs XOTKD FRRLATRS DKATH 11 VicarApostolic 1iJlennafItaI Joining the Benedictines In 1858 he held high office in that order and while Abbot of Perugia was to GLITTERING BLADES Of Knights o1St John Will Appear Here The annual convention of th Kentucky Grand Council of theI Knights of St John will meetjiiin Louisville on May 29 More than 1000 Knights and several hundred ladles are expected to visit Louis vlllo on this occasion Covlngton alone will send two battalions for the festivities It Is estimated that tho presence of the Knights and their ladles will attract more than 6000 other visitors to this city i Thin visiting Knights are expected to arrive on Saturday May 28 On Sunday morning they will attend solemn high mass at St Bonifaces church after which they will hold the business meeting and election of officers tnSt Bonifaces s Hall In visitingKnightst parade to Phoenix Hill Park where I beldI ar CovingtonFirstgand of Louisville Secreatry Luke of Covington Judge Advocate P J Broon of Louisville Sergeantat Arms Capt Brinkman of Louisville Knlrhtsthatse I reelected JOINT PICNIC Chief Topic of Interest at Division 4sMeeting There was a good attendance at the meeting of Division 4 A O H last Monday night President John H Hennessy presided and all the of ficers except Harry Brady wore pres ont Mr Brady Is Just recovering from a severe spell of Illness Thomas Dignan and Thomas Calla han wore welcomed back after long absences Stove Tooraey was re ported very ill Stephen J McEHIott Chatrman of the special Entertainment Commit tee reported that arrangements for the Joint picnic with tho Ladles Aux iliary were progressing admirably The picnic will bo given at Phoenix Hill ParkoD Juno 20 Already there Is great competition between the mombers of Division 4 and the Ladles Auxiliary In soiling tlckts Both bodies are determined to make it successWilliam Callaghan and Council man Michael J McDermott delegates to the Jefferson County Cath progressfor PASSION PLAY Little Bavarian Village Will rind Room for All The dress rehearsal which marks tho opening of the Passion Play season in the Bavarian village Oborammergau was held on Wednesday The woodcarvers sculptors and day laborers of the picturesque Alpine hamlet followed the traditions of their ancestors who have produced the Passion Play every ten years since 1680 and previous to that Irregularly as far back as ljB33 There will be thirty performances this spring and summer the first next Monday and tho last on Sep tember G Sixtythree of the vii lagers have speaklpg parts In the play and more than 300 others will appear In the chorus and tableau The attendance this year promises Accommodatfons who will make Oberammergau p stopping place In their vacation Itinerary The theater seats 4200 overyl1to receive guests Among the Louisville people who will be fortunate enough to witness tho Passion Play this year are Mrs Lucy OConnor her daughter Miss Stella ond her son Rev Frank OConnor who will be ordained in Romp this month- ELECTION AT SYRACUSE The electors of the Prpvjnce of the MinorOrderStates will meet at the mother house in Syracuse on Monday when a Provincial will pe chosen Since the death of Father Louis Miller the position has been acceptably filled by Bevy Father Leo Qreullcb of St Anthonys this city who is thought to be the choice for the next term SuperiorGeneralters in Rome will preside EVEN YlATCnEb The Portland baseball team will play the strong Evansville club tomorrow afteraopnat Portland Park largecrowdevenly watched the rvanRvUIe team not having last a game this season Boardman and Overton will be Port lands battery while Grossman and Grimm will represent Evansvllle The Loul8vlllf8t Paul game will be announced by Innings by Umpire Babe Ryan NIGHT WORKHRS CBtBBRATlCr i The ninth anniversary of the in ttutlon of early Bervleee for night workers in New York was celebrated at St Andrews church The Rev lat1erLuk Bverf who originated the B rylce celebrated the solemn high maP The muile was rendered byn excellent choir of printers and other newspaper men Viol long ago Archbishop Parley encouraged another priest to conduct like service l another district where night congrepate and the second moAtlng with the same Evora attained i Specialse SHOP LEAGUE BALLA special with horsehide cover rub I ber center just like regu lation ball JR LEAGUEAgood 25c ball for boys Special BOYS with redI or blue shirts pants cap and helpl 100 grade I at + Also a full line of REACH goods and Slugger Bats Headquarters Meeet MM I 35c ISc SUITSGray trimming 75clI Bicycles 1 INATIONAL Absolutely the I withcoaster I IDAYTONIAFHtedwith turned coast hubs comfortable saddle G J tires Iguardsbrake turned hubsI Special 45 35 I 2t501I AUTOCRAT With coasterii1 brake and OxfordI tires I 201I Bicycles as low as 15 00 l7 SWAGAR SHERLEY FOR CONGRESS Subject to Action Democratic Primary June 7 ROOM 441 SEELBACH HOTELITelephones Main 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