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I if j KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN I C ItVOLQllE XXIVNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 21 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTs1r BIRTHDAY 01 Thomas Moore to Be Observed e Last Saturday in May Brilliant Irish Poet Sang Sweetly ol Country and Patriots Lived at a Time When Litera ture Flourished in Great Britain HIS SONGS WILL LIVE LONG j Sons and daughters of Erin all over the world will celebrate the anniversary of Thomas Moore the Irish poet one week from today Moore was born In Dublin on May 28 1779 His father was a thriv ing merchant and his mother a highly educated woman lIe Inher- Ited his poetic talent front both par ents He was destined for the bar but had no liking for it Though he took his degree he gave up tho pro fession to become a man of lettero Moore left a wealth of varied prose and poetic writings A Taro union of wit and sensibility o brilliant fancy and of varied and diligent study is exemplified In the poetical works of Thomas Moore Al though his verso had been published from the time ho was thirteen years old it was not until 1806 that he entered upon his noblo patriotic and rootlcal taskwriting lyrics for l the ancient music of his native land His Irish songs displayed a fervor and pathos not found In his earlier works with the most exquisite mel ody end purity of diction An ac complished musician himself it was tho effort ho relates to translate into language tho emotions and pas stona which music appeared to him to express that first led to his writ ing nameMooredescribed music as being Inarticulate poetry and I have always felt In adapting words to an expressive air that J was bestowing upon it tho gift of articulating and thus en abling it to speak to others all that was convoyed In Its wordless elo queue to myself The Irish poet lived at a period when poets and prose authors were both numerous and renowned In England He was a contemporary of Byron Cowpor Wordsworth Dr Larvln Miss Seward Crabbe Col1 eridge Southey Campbell Sir Walter Scott Shelley Keats Dr Heber Wolfe Collins Knowles Leigh Hunt Mrs Hemans Robert t hums and many others As a sweet singer Moore led all the rest I Ho tried his hand at satire and succeeded fairly well In tho lighter vein There was never a sting left behind by Moores quips Although he wrote more ambitious verse his Irish melodies will live longest in the hearts of the people not only of 1 Ireland but of every country where patriotism Is planted I Moore was an Irish Catholic as were his parents Roman Catholics wore proscribed and depressed bytI penal enactments during Moores l boyhood His parents seem to have j L been of the number who to use the poets own words hailed the first 1 dazzling outbreak of the French Revolution as a signal to the slave oqhispoet tolls us that In 1792 he ac companied his father to a dinner In II Dublin It was given in honor of the success of the French Revolu Lion Mooro tells how he sat on the knee of the Chairman while the fol lowing toast was enthusiastically sent round May the breezes from France fan our Irish oak into verdure i I Amid such surroundings there Is small difficulty in reason Ing why his soul was filled with patriotismAlthough Moore received many thousands of dollars ho died poor neglected and a victim nf senile de cay Moore had his chorales while he lived and he kney t Listen to this charming and yet saddening plaint of the Irish melodist When he who Adores thee has left but the flame Of his taul Viand his sorrows be hind J Oh say wIlt tdou weep when they darkeniho fame Of a lifd hat for thee was re signet Yes weep and however my foes Q may condemn Thy tears shall efface their decree 1or Heaven can witness though guilty to them I have been but to faithful to thee I IftNew York Boston Phlladel Nationalistswf14calebrete yetnlt attempt has been made to celebrate the event in Louisville INTO BTKRtfAI JtKijT 1 Mrs Josephine Relit widow of tIt1atePeter Reins and OM of New Albany mOlt bl hlyateemedr H Idttlaaealled to her eternal rewardl legit Sunday morning liar funeral took place fron iSt JCarys church Wednesday morning time fMJlflco being thronged Vita mourn ing friends and relatives Mrs Bolos IIB arrived by six daughter and two SOUL Her eldest daughter is a member of the SIRen of 8t r t Francis and is a teacher at the convent in Oldenburg Ind The other surviving children are Mrs Julius Armbruster Mrs Louis Zipp Mrs Alvin Matheny and Miss Anna Reisz of New Albany and Mrs John Paul of Jeffersonvllle Her sons are Frederick C President of Unity Council and Carl Relsz who are welLknown business circles In the Falls Cities GKAND COUNCIL People of Bellevue Making For Great Y M I Gathering Frank O Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors and Secreatry Eugene J Cooney of this vlty visited Phil Sheridan Council at Bollcvue this week and there met the committee arranging for the thirteenth Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute which meets there on Sunday August 7 and will be in session until the following Tuesday evening The Belleyue com mittee is composed of Chairman E H Trlmbur Secretary John Hils Jr exMayor Joseph A Cassidy Henry Bozold Harry Tleman and A Fredericks who have held several meetings and have tho convention programme well in hand Upon arrival tho delegates will bo escorted to tho rooms of Phil Sheri dan Council where there will be an address of welcome and the distribu tion of badges after which the delegates and visitors will be taken to tho parks and various places ot Interest in Cincinnati and Coving ton The Grand Council will be formally opened Monday morning with rolemn high mass at St Anthonys church by the pastor Rev F A ICohoo assisted by deacon and sub deacon and a priest not yet an nounced will preach the sermon The sessions will be held In the quarters of Phil Sheridan Council and the social features will Include a dance on Monday evening and on Tuesday evening a banquet for the Grand officers delegates and visitors- If the Louisville councils run an excursion to Bollevuo there will bo n parade and oxMayor Cassidy will have the citizens decorate for tho occasion Messrs Adams and Cooney found everything enthusiastic and the Y M I spirit very much awake and say Bellevue is working hard to secure tho first prize offered by the Board of Grand greatestipcreasain SAVANNAHS LOSS Two IrishAmericans Are Sadly Missed In Georgia The Irish contingent in Savannah aro mourning the death of two ot their leading members exChief of Police Owen Reilly and Capt John Flannery Mr Reilly was a native of Savannah and had been a member of the police force In that city for twentyeight years He was 1Iti practical Catholic and died staunch in the faith Capt Flannery was a native of Ireland and was born seventyfive TlpperarHesixteen At the outbreak of the civil war young FJannery espoused the cause of the Confederacy and was elected Junior First Lieutenant of the Irish Jasper Greens first volunteer regiment of Georgia He served throughout the war and was made Captain of his company in 1862 He remained on the roll of the Irish morethancenturyCapt successtulbusiness ofthobeloved IIIJulyFlanneryTrust flvoISavannah Time fund represented by drawnbyboneficlaifes thePoorSociety St Josephs Male Orphanage the Cathedral Altar So DiocesanSeminary BISHOP CAULKS DENIAL G red I theII ItalYCardInal retusal1NoI Thia cablegram which was said at the Cardinals residence to have I unsollcitedIcountry recently to the effect that Bishop Paret armed with a totter Oibbons I withIthe Associated Press u PIUMAUZ c The Democratic primary to nom- Inate a candidate for Congress from Tuedayat Ieaetthree voting places The Hon8wagarD Neweomb who WM Senator and i 4 Democratic leader In the last Legislature r ji o i CICOFANat- ional Convention Completes Its Labors With Few Law Changes Provides For Uniterm Rank and Creates Organization Fund Washington Chosen as Place For the Next Triennial Meeting OLD OFFICERS AGAIN CHOSEN The national convention of the Catholic Knights of America at Nashville Tenn tho birthplace of the order finished its business and adjourned late Friday night after what was pronounced one of tho most harmonious and successful meetings in the history of the order Though there were many changes in the laws proposed those adopted were few and calculated only to aid in increasing the membership The delogates allowed their appreciation of the work of the officers by giving them another term of three years the only exception being Vice President Croghan who could not longer dovote the necessary time to the office The officers elected are- PresidentDr Felix Gaudin New Orleans Vice President Goorge D Land wohr Cumberland M- dSecreatryAnthony Matre St LouisTreasurerCharles Hannauer St LouisSupreme Trustee Mlchnel Quinn Brooklyn Peter Wallrath of Evansvllle and Joseph Bernlng of Cincinnati were named as delegates to the Catholic Federation to be held in Now Orleans next November and Washington D C was chosen as the meeting place for the convention three years from now The most important work of the convention rotated to the extension of the order and tho subject who discussed at great length A potential influence was the pres ence and showing made by the uni form rank of Louisville commanded by Capts Tony Montedonlco and Oscar Maler and the addresses and work of Stato Secretary William T Meohan and Gens Michael Reichert and Joseph McGinn They impressed upon the delegates tho benefit and Increased membership derived through the military department which appeals strongly to young men end pointed to the ranks from Louisville The result was that the convention provided for an extension fund to be realized from a monthly assessment of five cents per mem ber This will glvo tho Catholic Knights a good working fund and will mean a rapid growth of the orderAn entire session was devoted to the rate question when actuaries demonstrated that the Catholic Knights of America are now on a rotectel1fraternalAmerica With these facts before them tho delegates refused to make any changes Tho reports of the Supremo Secretary show that for tho last three years there were called thirtysix assessments for the widows and orphans fund The number ot deaths during the six years 1903 to 1909 among beneficiary members was 2434 The closing social features were the visit to the Hermitage the old Andrew Jackson homestead near Nashville and the ball and banquet given by the Knights of Columbus In honor of the officers visitors amid delegatesMessrs CoyIngtoni Kentucity legislation enacted will meet general nexttriennialorder will have a largely augmented membership llESIGNSCJlARGE Brother of Bishop ODon- ahtic Finds Lighter I Duties I1 II1 The Rev Father Timothy ODon aghuo ban resigned as pastor att Loegootee I1idand will be sta tioned at the Highland Orphans I Home In Vlncennes Fattiert ODonaghue Is an elder brother of the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville He has served twenty years aa pastor at Loogootee and Is much belovedbIthe people of that community thiscitythrontzatlpri his brother as Bishop of Louisville He occupied aMt1Iia the front of the Cathedral just outside the sanctuary Every parti watchH1wtthkeenwiped away a trickling tear They here not tears of sorrow but tear I of joy There might hare been a t nieditattonstltootregret that their parents had not lived to see Ida brother Denis a Bishop oIII1 MERRY MUSIC thJJ To Be Presented by Cecillan Choral Club Tho Cocillnn Choral Club an organization of well known young peo tile of musical talents will present t The Pirates of Penzance at Macauleys Theater on the evenings of May 31 and JUno 1 As com posers of operatic music that lingers long In public memory Gilbert and Sullivan have carved a niche for themselves in the musical hall ot fame Patience Pinafore Mikado and the Pirates of Pen zanco are masterpieces that will never die The music of each an all is sparkling and catchy and the lines are bright ahd witty as well as clean and wholesome The Ceclllan Choral Club has been presenting operas for several yearsI past Last yearEl Capltnn was presented while the Mikado was given In 1908 This year the club has taken the more ambitious opera The Pirates of Ponzance The club number among its members many able dramatic and vocal art ists and by reason of diligent ic hearscls under the able tutelage of Prof Clement A Stapleford they havo acquired an ease of manner and stage presence almost equal to professionalsTho is an opera In two acts and is a continual feast of mel ody Interspersed with delightful comedy contributed chiefly by John J Flynn as Major Gen Stanley and James P Roche as the Sargeant The club has always had reason to be proud of its prIma donna Miss Louise Forst whose exquisite so prano has few equals in the city Others In the have solo numbers are ca81Who Shea Gertrude andI Alice Gilbert and Messrs William Imbrde Dennis Ryan and David JIMaloney Two of the most zealous workers who have been active since the organization ot the club are Mr and Mrs William T Meehan Mrs Meohan is mistress of the wardrobe and her costumes are models of art Mr Meehan confines his attention to the business details and property accessories The personel of the chorus is as tollowsISopranosAlma Story EdnaIStory Mary Forst Mary Eberhard Marguerite Ryan Marguerite Ean3ILoretta Burke Mary Cunningham t CorcorapMaryGenevieve Dowllng Mary PalmerI Phllomena Schnoldejr Margaret Hes sian Irene Glenn Marie Sternberg Anna Marratta Jennie Marrdtta Jessie OConnell Helen Qathof May Snlpp Jennie Carstanphen Margie Relthan Mary Hollenkamp Augusta Hollonkamp Lillian Clare AltosElizabeth King Bertha ICing Mary Clines Mary Adams Ida Adams Sarah Palmer Katherine Smith Margaret Gathof Julia Wledmar Catherine Boeswnld Mary Nichols Lena Boeswald TenorsEdward Wolf Ben Ira ordo Emmet Hanrahan Humphrey Hnnrahan John Hanrahan Chatfield Eberhard Joseph Kelley Thornton Flynn Joseph Flynn William Kaufman Carroll Bigley J A De Leulle Harry Clarke Robert Mclntiro Baajos Charles Hammer Albert Hammer Louis Kennedy Ray Flan Igan Dan Lawler Walteer PilsonI Joseph Hund D J Gleeson Newton Elder R Ll Caspar Joe Bowlingii HIGH HONOR Franciscans Elect rather Leo Head of the Order Word has been received here announcing the election of the Very 1 Rev Father Leo Greullch for the past ten years pastor of Stti Anthonys church as Provincial ot the order of Minor Conventuals or Black Franciscans The election was hold at the chapter of the United States Province at Syracuse The news of Father Leos election was received here with mingled re jolclng and regret His people re jolco over his ecclesiastical preferment but they regret his departure from Louisville since it will become necessary for him to make his headquarters as Provincial at the mother house in Syracuse Father Leo celebrated his silver jubilee on December 29 last He came to Louisville as a young pries- more than twenty years ago After StIbe transferred back some years later as pastor of St Anthonys As he succeeded the late Father Miller as pastor so has be succeeded him as i Provincial When Father Miller dlelll I last fall Father Leo was fill his place as Provincial for the1I time being Now he has bey yearliILouisville aa a church and school builder as a zealous worker as a public spirited citizen Ind ai alone r jot clean healthy exercise Local baseball fans will miss Fathr Leo almost as much aa his parishioners 1 His administration as Provincial will do great things for his order rJ itmuiixoD TO KENTUCKY Mrs Bridget OtBrlea and nw Joseph tad Thomas formerly a rrus1 i eutnftlareturned this week to the Blue I capital ahem thy Rill masks their II future home I 1 CAVAN County of Mountains Lakes and Rivers in the North Ruins ot Abbeys and Castles on Many Picturesque Islands Scat otOReilly Family in Very SaysdHistory OF INTEREST TO AMERICANS Cavan Is another county in the North of Ireland and was named after the town of Cavan which takes its name from the remarkable hole low in which It stands The county has in area of 746 square miles and n population of 129000 A great part of the northwestern section is mountainous while the remainder Is a plain with gentle undulations The plain Is Inter spersed with lakes and bogs The highest mountain in Cavan is Cailcagh 2188 feet high Several Important rivers run through County Cavan but belong only in small part to It The celebrated Shannon rises In the northwestern extremity The Owenayle running south on the western boundary of Cavan joins the Shannon just be fore the latter enters Lough Allen The Claddagh the Woodford the Annalee and the Dromore rivers either rise qr pass through the County Cavan The Meath Black water and the Moynalty rivers also Irrigate the land of Cavan Many picturesque lakes are also to be found within the confines of the county and those lakes bro made more picturesque on account of the number of islands many ot which are sites for ruined cattoa and abbeys Trinity Abbey and CloghOughter Castle are amQng the historic ruins most visited Cavan the county town has a population of about 3000 while other towns and villages number less than 2000 Tho Connaught coal field extends into this county Iron lead and copper are also found within its borders The ancient name of the county was East Brefnyj or Bretny OReilly because It was the patrimony ot tho OReillys and Cro han a little place near Killa shandra was formerly the site used for Inaugurating the Prince ot Brefny Tho plain lying around Hallymaguran on the boundary line of Leltriin was the ancient Moy slecht where the pagan Irish worshiped It is claimed that St Patrick destroyed an Idol there In his time Belturbeta picturesque and his torical little town on the Erne river between Lough Oughter and Lough Erne is a miniature industrial con ter It boasts a distillery and has communication by barges with NpaghBaillieborgh ber of public institutions for a small town Other towns in Cavan are Klngscourt Virginia Ballyjamesduff and Killashandra Tho extreme length from Lough Macnean to time southeast near Kingscourt is fiftyseven and a halt miles and its breadth la twenty seven miles The County Cavan expects many visitors during the Irish homecom ing this summer From an American point of view Cavan is one of the most historic counties in Ireland Within its confines are to be found tho old homestead of the ancestors of Fighting Phil Sheridan the groat cavalry leader and hero of the civil war the Presbyterian church near Kllloshandra in which the progenitors of Edgar Allen Poe wor shiped the birthplace in Coot eh111 of Mrs Sadlier the great Irish American author the house at Quilca In which Dean Swift com 1pleted Gullivers Travels and In which Richard Brinsley Sheridan the dramatist was born tho cele I brated Clough Oughter Castle in RoeONeilli Was born St Mogue who helped to convert the Welsh to Christianity t and tho well of St Dymphna who herther to Gheel in Belgium where he killed herI I I Also in County Cavan can be seen among scores of other sights the theIistood the golden XTbl of Crom Cruagh which St Patrick destroyed with twelve lesser Idols 1500 years thenCRelllys ORourkes met in J1256 CATHOLIC TEACHERS Will Hold Seventh Annual Convention In Detroit The Catholics of Detroit aro making elaborate preparations for delegatesttoe Catholic Educational Aasocia lion iwhlch will meat In that slip ijuljfJJ l and t7 The JUght JUri Dtopolilv ry enthushtstlV over the prospects and has coifed a u A ioKi 1 diocesan collection to defray the many expenses incident to the con vention The clergy of the city are holding meetings every three weeks and have the situation well in hand On July 4 Bishop Foley will hold n reception at the hotel headquarters On the following morning tie will deliver an address of welcome to the delegates after Pontifical mass at the Jesuit church After the mass the President tho Rev Dr Shahan rector of the Catholic University at Washington will pre side at the business sessions A feature of the convention will be a chorus of 1000 school children ot the Detroit parochial schools FATHER CASSILLY Began Movement Leading to BeneficialResults Tho Catholic Truth Society calls attention to a movement started In America by a Jesuit priest the Rev Father Francis B Cassllly a native of Louisville a son of time venerable Bernard Cassllly and a brother of John P Cassllly The clipping sent out by the Catholic Truth Society tells us that Pope Plus X in his encyclical letter on the teaching of Christian doctrine decreed end strictly commanded that in large towns and especially In those which contain universities colleges and grammar schools religious classes bo founded to Instruct in the truths of faith and in the practice of Chris tian life the young people who frequent the public schools from which all religious teaching is banned The Rev Father Cassllly S J took the matter up in the American Ecclesiastical Review and called at tention to the necessity of caring for Catholic students at the secular universities His advice was acted upon at once and the movement is growing steadily At Harvard the Catholic students have an eighteen room club house as well as a chapel and chaplain In 1907 the late Bishop McQuald appointed a Cath olic chaplain at Cornell University Pupils and chaplains have also been provided for the University of Wis consin Columbia University Now York the University of Texas and Catholic clubs have been formed among tho students at Yale Pennsylvania Indiana Illinois Minne sota Iowa and Missouri Univer sities SARTO COUNCIL OpensNewQuortersUnder Auspices Sarto Council Y M I of Owens boro opened its handsome nev club rooms under most favorable ausplres on Thursday night of last week The occasion was celebrated with an entertainment and house warming for the members the memo bors of tho Ladles Auxiliary and their respective families The quar ters are commodious equipped with every modern convenience and tile mission Idea is carried out in all the furnishings After the reception and entertainment the young peo plo enjoyed a dance The Catholic young men ot Owensboro are enthusiastic over the prospects for the council and weekly meetings are being held Each week brings new applications and it Is planned to initiate a class of fifty on June 5 A team from Sarto Council will debate the woman suffrage ques tion with a team from Mackin Council of Louisville 6n June 26 The debate will bo held in Sarto Coun cils now quarters Sarto Council has reorganized its baseball club for tho summer has a whist club a literary club and Is preparing to install a complete gymnasium outfit BIG DAY For Children and Parents of St Philip Nerls Tomorrow will be a happy day for the parents and children of St Philip Nevis church Woodbine street of which the Rev Qscar Ack andbelovedthere will be a solemn high mass celebrated by Father Ackerman as sisted by Father Remigtus O F M and two Franciscan clerics at which thirtyone children and three adults will receive their first holy com munlon The choir will render a special musical programme and will nurlholderBishopODonaghuo sacrament of confirmation For many weeks preparation has been making for this occasion and the pretty church will doubtless be thronged and the presence of the Bishop will lend added interest Be cause pf the foregoing the first mass pn this Sunday will be at 8 oclock j I IfAlmS FATHER PROUD I T Donovan local agent I of the Illinois Central railroad at Iaducab and a leading Knight ot Columbus received a telegram Mon day stating that his son Lieut Richard Donovan of Fort SereYens Georgia hadbeen Appointed in rylAcatlI in the army but two years Mind hisi rapids roe U a uourceof great pride to his ysreats and Kentucky frlMiil c H MOURNING l r For Icing Edward Causes Post ponement ot the Clash Liberals anti the Tories Have Agreed Upon Temporary Truce United Irish League Is Doing Great Things For Tenants HOME RULE ONLY DELAYED The sudden death of King Edward has caused a postponement tit sev oral months in the expected clash between the Liberals and Tories in Great Britain Grief over the death of King Edward has a more personal and more genuine note than the grief over tho death of Queen Vic toria who was loved more as a great Institution than as a per sonality Edward by his human qualities by his extraordinary energy and his Immense triumphs In the world as a peacemaker ann Ion by his great human weaknesses inspired an immense personal af fection Englishmen at the bottom are intensely sentimental and now tho emotional tide flows strongly Politicians are compelled like rfothers to bow to the immense ticraC wave and for tho moment any E serious discussion of tho grave con fIlet between the Liberals and Lords would bo scouted as indecent The Liberal Ministers have accordingly resolved to postpone any decision on their future action until the atmosphere of the funeral has time to disappear but certain things are recognized as inevitable The final o clash between Lords and Liberals can not occur as was expected in June and this first postponement nocesarily Involves a further post ponement Time Liberals can not allow the general election either In July or August those months being always fatal to that party in elec tioneering Tho Liberals are still resolved to make no compromise on tho essential principles especially on thVpower to pass hdme rule legislation and the Welsh church disestablishment bill in a single Parliament Hon T P OCohbr nevertheless says that compromise is in tho air especially as the new King favors It and all parties shrink from the responsibility of throwing him thus early In his reign Into the vortex of such a fierce Internal con trovorsy Some of the Tories Ire said to be ready to make big con cessions but this remains to be seen Ono of the most curious develop monts of the situation is the con teellngamongthe politlcans with regard to Ireland and homo rule Mr OConnor declares that for the first time in the history of the two countries the death of an English sovereign has caused an outburst of genuine sorrow in Ireland In every county meetings wore held and sym pathetic messages were sent tp the King and his mother It is possible that Ireland by prudence and tact may therefore find this one of tho most propitious moments in her history for producing reconciliation with England on tho basis of self governmentMost the Irish leaders are scattered Hbn John E Redmond is on the continent and nearly all time other Irish members are In Ireland attending meetings which had boon aranged prior to the Kings 111 ness Tho fact that tow of the Irish leaders were in London for the ti funeral is regarded as unfortunate by somo people who insist that their presence wodld have an Immense effect on time English feeling now open as It has not been since the death of Gladstone The gigantic transformation which is going on in Ireland and which Is throwing back and extirpating tfie old Ireland of penal days and land lord rule as completely as an earth quake in an old city brings homo to almost over r peasant a great oppor tupjty to bo gained or lost Every where tenants on great estates are meeting to discuss tho terms oa which they will buy their lands with Theylooktheir priests Co their political lead ers but above all to the United Irish League Another great sphere of operation Is tho restoration ot evicted tenants More than 4000 persons who wore driven out of their farms whose houses wore razed whose fields were given over either to men specially brought In or to theirholiUngsorgood within the last few years All thepreparationclaims to the United Irish League end its Indefatigable secretary VETERAN TKAVELKU The venerable Father GrlbbaH of fciraplaintripacrossI 1 visitI I Rome arid other cities 00 the European continents He will be T ntynlne years 49n June 9i and expects to celebrate his Mrthd onj= the ocean r ft I KENTUOKYIR sta AMERX AN II 1J KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflNai- yekd to the Social and Moral Advancememeatol Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRIsH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 BnUred 1 thi LulivllU PortoMIc c SccoadClm flitter A reMallComm aleaHeBsle ibe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West theta St Ii LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 12 1910 e The TRIBUTE cablo Tb EDWAUDII t reIiiponscthe KinII IIIOurfrlendsII Know tho state of tho Irish feeling tlls junctureIt is one ofII all1classesI land Edward was a good friend ofII Ireland and Irish servants Ho enIII deared himself to the hearts of tho Irish people by his genuine goodII will toward us I speak as a Catholic and a Nationalist This Is showing the Catholic Irish spirit and that an Irishman can forgive If not forget COMlAKISON The Fourth of July In Its broadest t sense is a commemoration of the war of Hie American Revolution Inc seven of the historic battles of that war including Bunker Hill 1119 meni were Wiled anti wounded In the celebrations of the Fourth of July for the last seven years the number pf killed and wounded was 34603 t That is fo say the annual casunlltles i of Independence day are on the thirty times more numerous 1aeragethan the average casualties of some j of the best known battles which Independence day commemorates in time of peace The bare contrast of these figures Is a source of public humiliation and It should be the Incentive to a public determination to put an end to the annual Fourth of July slaughter One reason why wo havent succeeded very well in this undertaking up to date is that popular disgust with the folly and the moralizing to which it gives rise in the press and elsawhere always come after and are not sufficiently In evidence Before the national holiday In every city there should be an organized movement for a sane and sensible observance of the Fourth and thus Suppress the hoodlum homicidal l celebration that has produced such fearful results It can be made effective if the people so desire CHOOSING SENATORS v The Catholic Union and Times df Buffalo N Y says A Democratic House of Repre sentatives In Washington may bo a strong protest against the existing J order of things but what is wanted I Is a universal demand throughout the country that the members of tho Senate shall be amenable to the suffrages of the people We have outlived the ideas of a privileged t chamber and there Is no reason whyI the Senators should not be as- directly responsible to tho electorate I of tho country as tho lower Con gressional body Uplted States Senators are today elected by the legislators of the various States and It Is easier to fix votes In the Legis lature than It is to get the popular voice of the people We have outI Itvod the time when tho selection or Senators counted for anything in the and at the same time wo I- tcountry i Ii have the anomaly of a legislative L body far more ornamental than fu1It i time the East and North were awakening The Democracy ot the South and West were aroused ta the exigencies of the situation sometime back The perpetuity of the United States Senate on the old lines will lead to something like the British House of Lords rtHATCORONATIONOATH Catholics all pver the world are anxiously awaiting tie ceremony of frowning King George V of England not so muck for the r pagefctnt but as to wkatwHl be i done toward eliminating the lan guage objectionable to Catholics ia4 the proscribed coronation oath It It were a question today of drawing the form of a coronation oath for thi tint time In England no one wotold laink of introducta1 iueh IIpbraseg as would render it directly I offensive to the people of one faith t or another o Protestant England lIs an accept Bd fact the eeiabllhed church js part of the Brlllnh constitution but King Georges subJectB are of many iictg ah4 rtiODITo single out lure ot Rowe for violent de nnmclation at the beginning of Uu new reign iII merely tcqbe bound by I Outworn bigotry ReKcioui tolera tion and freedom of wortklp art verywfcere recognised M a matter f of course The old formula wall followed by King Edward on his accetslon not because of any political neceslty such as existed when it was originally adopted but merely in blind obedience to an old precedentKing it is reported favor an entire chango If ho insists on the change there is no doubt that his wishes will bo respected Should the objectionable language b- strickcnfromthe coronation oath a his behest King George will cnte upon his reign with the respect am admiration of his Catholic subjects Pulaski and Kosclusko Catholic Polish patriots have at last beenl honored with monuments by theI American nation Both of theseI Generals fought in Washington I battles for freedom from tho British yoke ot despotism andI none were trusted with more ardu ous und fiercely fought engagement than theso Catholic mllitar geniuses It iis high time the nation was honoring them Halleys comet about which then has been so much speculation will be seen In the western sky on clea evenings next week Beginning today it sets two hours after the sun and then later every night Thus 1It can be seen well and at a convenient t hour Brooklyn food inspectors seIzed 1 50000 dozen canned eggs in n raid on refrigerator plants there Saturday They were shipped froi1 Chicago in metallic caskets som time ago There is work of thi kind for the health departments ib- all 1 large cities bELMONT CLUB Will Afford Its Friends View of Halleys Comet Tho Delmont Club will give Its annua1excursion on the steamer Island Queen the handsome Jive decker that has carried Delmont excursions for several years To morrow will be tho Halley comet ex- cursIon and on the return trip alli will have an excellent view of the terrestrial visitor The boat will leave the foot of Fourth street at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon re turning at 9 oclock Good music will be furnished for dancing Tickets are being sold at fifty centsj and as the number allowed on the boat Is limited to 3000 tho Del mont Club urges all Its patrons who have purchased tickets tp be on hand early tomorrow afternoon Belmont has a swell crowd in any thing it undertakes It has never made a failure of anything Tamer rows effort promises to eclipse any thing ever attempted by the club and the view of Halleys comet fromI the river will be well worth tho trip YOUXW MATRON MOURNED Sincere sorrow was expressed allI over tho city on Wednesday when It became known that Mrs Fannie Lysagbt an estimable young matron died early that morning She hadI been 111 a short time and had been at Sta Mary and Elizabeth HospitalI only five days Her husband DanielI T Lysaght two children and two brothers Al S Smith the funeralk director and Dave Smith and two sisters Miss Katie Smith and Sister Mary Beatrice of the Sisters of Mercy survive her The deceasedI was a daughter of tho late Gran W Smith founder of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America The funeral took place from St Frances of Rome church yesterday morning The many friends of the deceasedi azid the bereaved family crowded the church TIrE COUNTRY STORE WON At the matinee of Among the Stars at Macauleya this afternoon a box party will be tje country store force of the r centSt Ce lltas basar None worked barder than the young misses under direction ot Mr Gus Weber In a banter with the Rev Father Brady he promised the force tree tickets to the Mackin Council show If they turned rytoreat the store every night and tbe totall net returns was nearly 200 So tho country Ilora will be in a box at the shew Mr and Mrs Gut WeberV chaperons Mleeec Angela l 1lettieAkneiiraATUMXAK REUNION Tie aliJmtP nUtlon ioademy baa amiated with tfee dumps tUte mother kbueeP at sajeareth where a grand reunioni 111 be held on June IS MIsi Irener cleePtetOjprtl i 1 1I1i1l1 IS0GIETya L IIIIJ Mr and Mrs Thomas Moran of Crescent Hill have been visiting friends in Atlanta Miss Flaget Slmins who was visit lug friends hero has return d to her homo at Springfield Mrs John Gorman of South Louisville has returned from a two weeks sojourn at Martinsvllle Miss Petronella Kustus of High land Park has returned from ia visit to relatives at Shelbyvlllc Mr and Mrs J P Dant have had as their guest their niece Miss Cecilia Smith of Chicago Marlon county Miss Agnes Welch who was the guest of Miss Louise Shelley ha returned to her home at Spring Station Miss Ella Kennedy of Pleasure Ridge Park has been visiting hei aunt Mrs M W Murray at Flora Heights Miss Grace Pflanz was hostess to a number of young friends at a dance given last night at her home In Portland Mr and Mrs George Arnold have returned to OVensboro after spend ing Derby week with Mrs Wagner In Parkland Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue of Third and 0 streets have beer entertaining Lawence Donahue of Ontario Can Mrs John T Malone and children have gone to Day View Mich ti spend the heated season at their summer home there Miss Dee Culllvan of New Albany was one of a house party ente talned by Mrs Charles Barnes tt her residence on Flora Heights Mrs J Sheridan of Kenwooid Way has as her guests her daugh ter Miss Margie Sheridan and Mr and Mrs J C Went of Syracuse Miss Jeanette Danenhold of Cres- Cent Hill has returned from Terre I Haute Ind where she attended the Purdue University exercises and dance Mrs Julia Sweeney who recentl submitted to a serious surgical oper ation is Improving very rapidly to the delight of her family ands friends Mr and Mrs McCluskey of Cllf ton left last week to spend ten months in Maryland where M J McCluskey of this city has large I road building contracts Dr Bernard Asman and wife ar rived home Saturday front Hot Springs Ark where they spent two weeks as the guests of Dr Wlillan V Laws and Mrs Laws Mrs Stafford McKenna and daughters Misses Frances and Eleanor have returned to their home at Fairfield after a pleasant visit with friends in this city iMrs John D Beck arid daughter Miss Eva Beck have returned froml Terre Haute Ind where they spent a week with Harvey peck who IsI a student at Purdue University W L Malley for some time past with Armour Company in Chicago has returned to Louisville to live having accepted a position In theI officeIIMlts Ethel Gleason of the High lands will leave June 17 for New York and will sail for Europe whore she will meet her mother and brother Mrs Gleason and Edward Gleason IMiss Mary Sheridan will leave for St Louis Monday night where she goes to take part In the delibera Lions of the Supreme convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America Miss Clara McKenzie of Portland will leave next Saturday for Mem I phis Tenn were she will be brides 1mald at the marriage of her brother Rozello McKenzle and Miss Boulah Kelly of that city Fergus Kennedy and Miss Mar garet Sullivan were united in marriage on Tuesday Both are Well Imown and popular and the best wishes of a wide circle pf friends and acquaintances follow them Into their new life Mr and Mrs Thomas D Clines entertained at their homo inI Grainger Court Sunday evening In tqeStars1 vocal and Instrumental music and R delightful repast was served Robert J Hagan the well knowni lawyer and former City Court Prosecutor will leave next month to spend the summer In European JrelindFrance1 City where he win have audience with Plus X Irand Mrs Peter M ORetlly announce the engagement of their pretty and accomplished daughter Miss Margaret OReilly to William B Cassidy a young man well known and prominent in local buBlne circlee Their marriage will be solemnized Tune 22 Miss Cawle Solan a nromlnent rcJeIh1bI IIiJameeWhile here the fair Viattor hci re wnshotorrnnctlonga Jacob Oobey JrP Ii one of theI happiest men In the city and with oo4 resaou The stork TiUed his Atf- 1 I r1 I home 1018 Brook street and left there a lovely girl baby who is the pride flts parents and Grandpa Jacob Gobey as well The christen ing will take place tomorrow fol lowod by a reception for friends and relatives of tho proud father and mother r GUANJSPORT Attracts Great Crowds toIII Spring Race InK MeetJJJJ High class racing continued to prevail at Churchill Downs and the spring meeting of 1910 will go down In history as the greatest meeting ot the New Louisville Jockey Club The big event for today Is the Bourbon handicap for threeyearolds and rt number of high class thor oughbreds are entered The stake events scheduled for next week are the Tobacco stakes on Tuesday the Juvenile stakes on Thursday and the Frank Fehr stakes and the Gentle mens cup next Saturday During the early part of the week bad weather sadly interfered with the attendance but this was more than made up by the attendance on days when the sun shone The success of the Paris mutuel machines in Louisville has revived Interest In racing throughout the country and steps are being taken In Louisiana Missouri and else where to reestablish the sport of kings and to Install the Paris mutuel machines ENJOYING A NICE TRIP Mr and Mrs James H TIghe who have been In the North and East for two weeks aro expected home al most any day They visited Detroit where they attended the national convention of the Brotherhood ot Locomotive Engineers and where Mrs Tighe was a delegate to the Ladles Auxiliary of the B L of E- At tho close of the convention Mr and Mrs TIghe paid brief visits to Buffalo Toronto Niagara Falls and other points of interest and wer present at the dedication of the new headquarters building in Cleveland DEDICATED Last Sunday the Right Rev Bishop Macs ot Covington dedi cated the new Church of St Phllltp IJust erected near Newport Camp bell county There were large dole gations from Campbell and Kenton counties and an immense gathering witnessed tho Impressive ceremonies The Rev Father Charles Woeste for a number of years as sistant at St Stephens church in Nowport has been assigned to the patorato of the new parish WELCOME Volt FRIENDS Emmet Fitzpatrick of Twelfth and Delaware will have a hearty welcome for his friends Monday night For sonic time past he has been remodeling and refurnishing his place and will celebrate the com pletlon of the work with an opening and reception fQr his friends next Monday A feature will be the luncheon Emmet is well known and popular and a Jolly time is promised all who visit him YOUNG LAWYER ARRIVES Attorney Aaron Kohn has beenI busy this week receiving congratu lations on the arrival of a grandson end namesake The new arrival is the son of Attorney Walter Kohn and will bo named Aaron after its illustrious grandfather Friends of Granddpa Kohn hope ho will live to see his namesake on the bench COLORED crAsS CONFIRMED The Right Rov Bishop ODonag hue administered confirmation to a class of twentyeight colored people at tho Church of St Augustine on Tuesday evening There were five adults and twentythree children In the class The Rev Father Fclten gave the children their first com munion last Sunday morning ST COLUMBAS The Forty Hours prayer will be gin at the late mass 10 oclock tomorrow morning at St Columbaa church Thirtysecond and Market streets The Rev Father John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas will be assisted by several other clergymen tomorrow morning and at the closing mass on Tuesday BISHOP KEPT BUSY The Right Rev Bishop oDonag hue wont to St Molnrads Abbey InI Indiana on Thursday to assist at the ordination of a number of priests for the Indianapolis diocese The Bishop will also go toCovln ton next month to attend the episcopal silver Jubilee of Bishop Maes on June 29 1TISIT D GETHSE3LVNE Mrc J lesCGarvetaccomp- anled by her mother Mrs Mary A Garyey and David Garvey visited Getheemane College this week Mph day morning young Richard Garyey son or Mrs James Garvey was oneI of a class of twelve students to re celve their first holy communion CONTRACTORS IlEMOVE Joseph P Slbler Co building contractors have removed their of flees from Twentysixth aid Green streets to 640 Sonth Third Increa Ing liuiiineae caueed the removali from the West End to a nWe ceri tral location n MINUTE PUDDING One quart of sweet milk one pinch of malt butter eze of onehalf of hn etnrLetthree cupful of milk Doles to a bon S14r hi a pinch of 61tnclthe button Mid M ibis boiUnjir milk fitted floUr a handful11- air a time until it betonwM smooth and quite ibfeft Turn It Into a Mrti that haa Wen dipped In cold water P6r aance nee one cnpfnl ofDiUk Jweifttenedj taste and flavored with rated D1Itjj I tI SONG OF TIlE THRUSH r Ah the May was grand this niorrilnl Shure how could I feel forlorn in Such a land when tree and flower tossed their kisses to the breezeII Spring An the birds of free America were ftingin in the trees I In the songs that they were slnglnji No familiar nofe was I But I strove to imitate them an 1 whistled like a lad I Oh my heart was warm to love them For the very newness of them For the ould songs that they helped me to forget an I was glad I- So I mocked the feathered choir To my hungry hearts desires An I gloried In the comradeship that made their joy my own Till o new note sounded stillln All the rest A thrush was trlllln Alit the thrush I left behind me in the fields about Athlonel Where upon the Avhitethorn swayin lie was minstrel of the JMayln In my days of love an laughter that the years have laid at rest Here again his notes were ringlnl But Id lost the heart for singin Ahl the song I could not answer was the one I knew the best T A Daly KNIGHTS OF BOLIIBJS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Oho has sixtyseven councils with a membership of 12500 Massachusetts has Joined the pro cession ot Columbus day States Plans are being made to establish another council at Rochester N Y Fortyseven councils wero repre sented at the Indiana State conven tion A council with fiftyfour members has been Instituted at Springfield MinnThree new councils were estab lished last year in Minnesota with a gain of 1200 members Denver was chosen for the next meeting of the Knights Dr Ed ward Delehanty Is the State Deputy- A new council has been established at Oconto Wis with a charter membership of eightyfive Colorado has pledged 5000 to the Washington Catholic University of which 2000 has already been subscribed Thb council at Albion N Y is one of tho largest Insurance councils in the State with over two thirds of its members Insured In the fraternityLemoyne Council bowling team are champions of tho Syracuse Fra ternal League and after a five months struggle has landed the beautiful prize trophy for their council Over 300 members of Erie Council surprised Rev Francis I Tully with tho present of a handsome clecical cape and a substantial purse Fathor Tully had Just comp1 ted his third year as Chaplain- P Ii Callahan of Loulsvlllo James W Fortune of Jeffersonvllle and Congressman Bernard Korbley of Indianapolis were among the speakers at the banquet following the Initiation at Columbus Ind last Sunday SUPREME CONVENTION Tho Supreme convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of JOHN J SCORE Chairman Louisville Delegation to C K and Lof A Convention America will meet in St Louis next Tuesday The delegates from tho Louisville branches are John B Stickier Miss Mary E Sheridan Miss Mary Welsenberg John J Scoro Miss Katie Riprdau Edward M Barrett Joseph X Kessack Emory Schlafer Marten Stocker Miss Katie Henley Henry F Stoerr A H Lukenback Mrs Theresa Kast August Scbmitt Michael Lyons and Miss Katie SmlUThe convention will open with a solemn high masn at 10 oclock The buslnea of the convention will occupy the greater part of the eek- PUOPER RETRACTION The many friends of the Little Slaters of the Poor were Ye11Klad iq see the Couri rJournal retract- tlielttory that two members of their community had been soliciting alms at the race track on Derby day According to the rules of the order the Little Eflattrg areYiipj allowed to visit the race track or other place of fniusement at any time Their work IB hard enough an it 1Is and the tatemenfc that they were at the race track only added to thalr humillaL1on c LiTFOR TOADIBSl Tho death of former Polka Super- Intendent Brrnen of New York re calls the tact that once on a time It l PIRATES MACAULEYS 0FBE5TlOCALMAY 31JUN 1 PENZANCE COMIC OPERA IN TWO ACTS AUSPICES CECILIAN CHORAL CLUB PRICES 25 50 15tO Entire Receipts Donated to I Cbalt- yNI pP I WATCH HALLEYS COMET TI1E ELEGAN- TSTEAMER IS AND QUEEN I CIARTERED- BYTIIEDEM0 rnn CLUBSUNDAY MAY 22 1910 Boat Leaves Foot of Fourth St at 3 p m Returning at 0 p m Musicand Dancing TICKETS SOc HOUSE CLEANERS DELIGHT Home end office cleaning made a pleasure and satisfaction by use of MalTc Renew GlossIt cleans and polishes and puts new life in your hardwoods pianos und carriages and makes them look like new and last many years longer It is transparent and can be used on any colored wood Magic Car Pet Cleaner Cleans and renews carpets rugs druggets pojtiers woolens clothes dresses etc Is easily prepared and plactd on your carpet and thenthats all No washing or rinsing no rubbing no work no trouble It simply absorbs all foreign matter and leaves the article in its original bright colors Home Phone 5543 FOR SALE BY DEPARTMENT AND DRUG STORES SSUPERIOR FlIER ft SPECIAlTY GOThirdStreetG CRACKEDAND BUCKLED HasYour New Plastering Cracked or Buckled If you had used our Diamond Wan Plaster it would not have happened KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporated Both Phones 2367 Flwt and River Louisville Ky Mao operating Hoosler Walt Plaster Plant Jcffersonvillc Ind rhone 555 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Managir HBADgUARrBRS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cnto of Beef SprInt Lamb Pork and Cured Meets of all kind Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISTILLE TACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY the King of Italy decorated him and made him a Chevalier and officer ot the crown of Italy Byrnes declined the honor He said that all the honor he wanted and that man could desire in his judgment was to be n citizen of fthe United States There is a lesson in that remark for tho toadying sycophants who are everlastingly crawling on their bolljes beforo the aristocracy ot Europe FOR WOMAVS EYE Sleeves generally are still close fitting and quite long Lingerie gowns are taking on touches of bright color Present fashion demands that tho figure be kept in slender lines about the liSps I Suede patent leather and natural kid bolts are in high style with silk wool and linen costumes A noticeable feature of the sea sons blouses Is the tendency to simulate a side front closing s ineof the handsome now sweaters are of white with largo sailor collar and cuffs in color Long skirts are worn for after noon and evening but even at such times many women wear short skirt Coat lengths very a bit though most of them are below the hip depti and a number haVe novel vest effects Coat lengths are a bit shorter varying from thirtytwo inches to the half length which Iis usually that of the Russian blouse Black pipings are In favor being used to emphasise Important lines oC a costume They serve excellently the deelre for a touch of bl ck Frocks for summer made In shlrt wRist and skirt style are exceedingly popular and the materials used are Hneiii UkorQae usual summer abrteitRqush straws are decidedly smart this to lOnDd strange u it raIL seem to the uniiiltUted the roucber the iiraw the ooitlier the htflybo0I r I Home Phone 5687 Cumb MolD 2712a HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Plants Designs Cut Flowers Flowers and Designs for all Occasions Store 556 Fourth Avenue Opposite Post Office Greenhouses Char res and Texas PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park haS been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts SIMPLY CHARMING A AND SO VERt CHEAP 1 50 MILES 50 CENTS FOR 150nON THE ELEQANT STEAMERS 1 CityofCincinn3ti City of Louisviile One of tIle above steamers leave wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 angOti about Myeoty five mile up toe beautiful Ohio where she neetuthe return boat arrivingr home about 7 pjut RO NDTRIPNLY5c r v SEi1TTiIO CY JRJHAMERIe Nti For Your Furniture Wantsi l jIi I WANT YOUR TRADE Ii sr stocks are the largest my prices iiMylowest and my terms the best if Y ij JJAMES GREENE JYfit 1 J c 2 Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 8mi W JEFFERSON STREETR+ ri TELEPHONE 81O HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 t J Jf BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SS East ltIain treet Y D J DOUGHERTY s j MCELUOTT s DOUGHERTY McBLLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or NlgbtII 1231 WEST MARKET STREETt 4 0004-J E TRACY L H STRAUB 1BBOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB tt DIRECTORSiiFUNERAL AND EMBALMERS i oi STREETshort I 044 400 04 y t H t t t t t t t t t t t t t f t f t f f ft t f t f f f t f t 4 TINE WINES L AJU K0Li37Aonf I 345 West Green Street jfl THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All Sill promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST independent of AH Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMIT- HItDYBM6AIMBR Washing and Dressing Ladles- aadIIChlldrltn a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO 0Jam rend NV W CerTSirdss Oreea Sts- Wfs n ffurnish the home coin plate on easy payments WM C ALLXOHAN Mgry Sales Deptf ftE RrANN BROS c irIllrllTJiItB FINE WINES AND LIQUQUSi- AtlUew aid WboleMleO al nIn PbsBfaDdiiofJCe tacky Whiskies especially Pearl 6f Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tl 11141 1M t- e o 4U FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Olve your boys aa education that will prep pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky 6ctentiticandBwineeConrresPreparatory De partment I Lrge Swimming Pool WeU Equipped Gymnasium Term Moderate Bro James Dlr CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 IlQTJItTH JtYENUK Both Telephones JMO attentionagd HEW MOLDIt ptALX Jtll- Cllplt Mi fatty 1 A nMt LAn SA HC uii-m BMNMIIM- OU WUOiM a fllfMUtr liter iTlss 4NL 64G Wi WALDT 7a f y 3 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I j SPRING TwentyThree Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Tuesday May 10 and Ending Kentucky Oaks Day June 4 Bourbon Handicap Today Tobacco Stakes Tuesday Juvenile Stakes Thursday SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P4 M HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolce the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes San Francisco has a flourishing juvenile division Division 40t St Paul has now over 500 members In good standing Milwaukee Hibernians will have a ball team in the city Fraternal League Matthew Cummings will be a can didate for a third terns as National PresidenttThe State degree team initiated more than fifty members at St Paul Minn Division 8 of Clinton Mass has 340 members on its rolls anda treasury of 1100- 0Philadephinhas elected and will seno twentyseven delegates to the national convention The union IJU7ar of the Ancient Order at Lowell Mass realized about 3000 for the building fund Celebrations in honor of their old time members are meeting with much favor in Eastern cities Joseph McLaughlin State Presi dent of Pennsylvania is mentioned as a candidate for National President Division 3 the babyof Indianapolis is making an energetic and successful canvass for new members The order in St Louis owns a splendid hall which cost 50000 entirely free from debt which the members are Justly proud of The Ladies Auxiliary now numbers over 00000 members organized in ulldIIn Indianapolis the Ladies Aux iliary has practically doubled its membership in the past five years This is n hint to our Louisville aux diary Right Rev Timothy Corbett re cently raised to the Bishopric of Crookston was for a number of years Chaplain of Division 1 ot DuluthProf Goodrich and a chorus of 100 voices with orcheostral accom paniment will furnish the musical part of the programme at the national convention The Hibernians of Washington D C appropriated 1500 to defray the expenses of the delegation that will represent the national capital at Portland Division reports for the quarter ending April 1 show a gain in mem bership in Syracuse for the first three months of 1910 ot nearly 100 and the financial standing equally goodOrganized seven years ago the Ladles Auxiliary of Wappinger Falls N Y has since then ex pended 3500 for sick benefits and charity and still has 1178 In the treasuryA impressive scene was presented in St Patricks church at Pueblo Col when a very largo number of Hibernians received In a body The altars were beautifully decoratedDr C Smith tho next Governor of Oregon will be toast master at the national convention banquet at Portland and Rev P C Yorko will come from San Francisco to deliver an address orgnl1hIng tion to the national convention at Portland next July The State will send its five officers and Prof Michael Rohan will represent Mil waukee The Ladies Auxiliary of Con necticut is in a flourishing condition having fortytwo auxiliaries withamembership of 5500 and a juvenile division of 300 Irish history has been placed in every parochial school In the State During the past year they organized four pew auxiliaries The banquet and reception ten dered Father Brucker by the Ladies Auxiliary of Indianapolis was- largelyl attended and very enjoyable Short addresses recitations vocal and instrumental numbers and an exhibition drill preceded the ban suet Father Brucker expressed gratitude for the kindly reception extended him by the Ancient Order and pedple of St Patricks parish EXCEPT FATHER In n home where the mother was somewhat aggressive and the father goodnatured and peaceloving a childs estimate of liome conditions was tersely expressed the other day While dressing the mother ixiusedlin the act of putting on tier shoes andlflldliJ certainly am easy pn shoesj I have worn these for four months t dont stow what you would doVJahn if I were not 1 am wy on everything1 The little girl looked tip item herdcilss and remarked Except ifattien LSUITHD COURSE FatherHAa you have hail thr e terms at the cookery afchobl Jane Ok supposed you would know bong ifr IanDtM tlbani pose FatherAnd why didnt you look ontihat the fire wantt too hot n0lrtei 0om one else obmyi J J i r f7t i CUSCADEN I I I ICE CREAMWITH Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations Spe cial rates to churches and lodes 309311 Second Street Louisville ECRo- lled Oats AN- DCorn Flakes 10cAt Your Grocers attended to that at the school and Ofrs Mixter used to do the basting All we did was the tasting titter the meat was cooked RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Katherine McNulty who died last Friday at her home 1702 High street took place from St Patricks church of which she was for many years a de vout member Mrs McNulty was born in Ireland but came to this country when a girl and had lived in centuryThree ward McNulty survive her Great sympathy Is being expressed for Mr and Mrs Thomas Butler whose thirteenyearold daughter Miss Willie Butler died at Sts Mar and Elizabeth Hospital on Friday night of last week She had been ill nearly two years and bore her sut ferlngs with Christian fortitude The funeral took place from St Peters church On Sunday afternoon and the many present attested the es teem in which Miss Butler and her family were held On Wednesday morning Council man Thomas J Garvey received a ofMissCal1IIss CaltfornlasurvivedLlIIaryOBrien forhurlalandfavorably untimelyotCouncllinnttGarvey CATHOLIC GENERAL oftheappointedfJrlgadler UnitedStatesalumna of St Louis University PREPARING From several sources It is learned na1dnJrextensive AmericanFederation nextXoclTlber LABOR REVIEW atLoxlngtonDaq tippearancoft fairestteenpublished LEMONS ART TJ5EPUL Lemon juice sweetened with loaf or crushed sugar willcure cough nrllewll1clIrcsorethiA cloth soaked In lemon juice will1 stop the bleeding Qfcl1tjlIt Iround about them tightly Squeeze a little lemon juices into betirebrealtfastt weejea your stomach Lemon nnd glycerine males isri ex cellent lolon for he liBndB1 It wplied before going to Jed Jt will remove ronghnera and TejretabIt ofngoarhanta l iecfJpfllemon This will present etiapoinr and make tW bands soft Arid bite AAW RaNI fOt iWhen a man attends hundreds ot dollars and esoritleeiia time to be elected to eat oasalAried office It- Mardi UMt eventj mistif laldtsg c p i tft MEETING IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchange A new creamery is projected nt Latton which It is thought will be erected near the Five Crosses The putting in of crops in the Bailleborotigh district is finished and on the whole everything looks rosy Many of the Irish County Councils have gone in for steam rolling thus securing more economical but better roadsThe death is announced of Sir Cotnmissioner stabulary in Dundalk A fire of a very serious nature occurred in the pork factory of Lun indamageEminenceCardinalconferred the sacrament of confirmation on some five or six hun dred children in St Patricks church lJal1yhayTustlcespresiding3lichnelcharged as being of unsound mind After information made by his mother and medical examination he MonaghanAsyltnn Maurice White aged ninetysix and a veteran who had seen active sere iice nt Inkermun and elsewhere Jnl the Crimean campaign passed away at the Bailieborough workhouse The Government allowed the munifient sum of 20 for his burial which was at Klllnnnc in the strangers olin mentThe death of Patrick Fitzgerald at Itathgormack County Wnterford re culls the first eviction by the Marquis of Waterford on the Beresforrl estate after the starting of the Land League Willing hands erected a Land League hut in which Fitz gerald resided up to the day of his death Cardinal Loguc presided at the funeral services of the late Dr John Fiuegan at Carlingford cud In his sermon said it was a deep consola tion to the relatives who mourned his comparatively early demise to know that his death was as edifying as his life and that they might reasonably hope that he was now enjoying his rewardAt large and representative meet ing nt Middletown presided over by James Quinn resolutions were unan ImouslJadoptedexpressing the ut most confidence in the Irish Par liamentary party under the leader ship of John lledmond Rev Father P A McKee said the meeting had his most cordial support and he wished it every success A representative and enthusiastic meeting of the Nationalists of Mon aghnn and the surrounding counties was held in Monnghnh on Thursday May 5 to commemorate the erection of the monument to the memory of the veteran patriot the late James nice of Tyholland Joseph Devlin Dr Charles ONeill Joseph Nolan members of Parliament and others addressed the meeting The death of Bridget Conlon caused widespread sorrow in Carrickmacrosa and County Louth She was the wife of Tohn Conlon cattle dealer and her family is well known and deservedly respected She was typical of the good old Irish stock and her unfailing kindness and good nature were not confined to her own domes tic circle for she was ever well dis posed and charitable to all News of the death of John Smyth wns received with widespread regret In the early days ottJle Gaelic revival nt Latfon he was a lleading spirit In Ballybay also he was instrumental in starting an Irish class which flourished under his charge until he left to take up duties elsewhere Ills health failed and during the past two months he wad confined to his residence nt Sporthnll- AVith genuine sorrow the people or- Car1illgfotll lcarnelthat their good parisli priest Rev Thomas McVnry had passed nwriy after an illness of over a year Ire vas ordained at Maynooth nnd had spent over forty years in the Service of his people who realize the loss not onlyof a tender father and true friend but a wise and prudent counsellor and n consoling and sympathetic adviser A few minutes after his departure with a gun evidently witltthe inten tion of shooting sonic rabbits the eldest son of John Iti hal IOna Ballybrbphy farmer and well known in Tipperary heard a shot and run ningln the direction the father had taken was horrified to find him lying dead with 1hjs head find face shat tered Iwyohd recognition Richardson was fortyfive years otage anti Ifaves a wife and five young children for whpm great sympathy is felt MAN S FOLIA A wise woman oncfi wild that there were three lollies of 1Je1thut always amused her The first wa elimWnfritre to abake fruit down when jf they wouM ait long nougV the frpU would fall li11el- fhe second was Jonff to war W kill 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Theater has never held more appreciative audiences than those that greeted tho stars of Mackins Choral Club during the last three nights The trouble was that the audiences did not seem to know when they had enough of a good thing Singers were made to sing the same song repeatedly dancers acrobats and Spotlight characters responded to encores until they were exhausted Among the Stars Is really a chaotic musical melange with a tendency to put one up In the air ii he Is looking for a plot for plot thero is not Every member of the cast Is a star in her or his respective part and the chorus is made up of lessor stars whose twinkling lend brilliance to their more favored brothers and sisters of the spot light The audience played no favorites Miss Lanna Long whose magnificent soprano voice thrilled all was made to respond to repeated encores after every song Mrs Esther Slater Whedon as the soubrette and Miss Abble Chester In the ingenue rolo had to respond to repeated recalls Aulyn Kanston the composer and interpreter of the leading male role Thomas D Cllnes Charles Parsons Patrick King and Louis J Kloffer all had their admirers Carl Zang as leader ot tho orchestra added much to the success of the show The costuming was elaborate and artistic antI the stage settings were quite prett- yPREPARING Division 1 A O H Will Soon Present a Novelty Division 1 A O H held a spir ited meeting this week with Presi dent Thomas Walsh in the chair and all the officers present Andrew Gorman was reported still sick the only ono now on the list John Holdon who had been ill for some time past was reported well and again at his post Tbo announcement that the Rev John H Riley had become a member of the division was received with great enthusiasm and It was in timated that others may soon follow his example Only routine business was transacted but there was a lengthy discussion upon the ques tion of a summer celebration for the Hibernians of the city Messrs Thomas Keenan Thomas Dolan and James Barry were appointed a special committee to whom the matter was referred They will report soon and It Is expected they will arrange for a celebration of a now and novel character PURSUED BY HODOO The Louisville baseball team will iday at Indianapolis again this afternoon tomorrow and Monday and then follow a threegame series with Toledo and Columbus before the re turn home Thus far the road trio has not been a very successful one owing to the crippled condition of the different members of tho club end in addlton the team has been pursued with a bad case of hoodoo losing a lot of games by a score or on some freak play but the greatest drawback to the team has been the poor work of the pitch Ing staff none of whom seem to be In condition With the advent of good weather and the final round of the Journey homo things will begin to break a little Better and Manager Peltz and his charges will give a better account of themselves KXIGJITS CHALLENGE MACKIN There was not the usual attend ance at Mackin Councils meeting Monday night owing perhaps to the fact that only routine business was to be transacted Three memo bers wore reported on the sick list and a communication was read pro posing a summer trip to Niagara Falls but action was deferred to a later date The Knights of Colum bus of New Albany challenged Mackin for a baseball game and after its acceptance work was begun on tho organization of a team A feature waS the address of Su preme Organizer Budonz of Indlan apolis who has been doing some excellent work for the Young Mens Institute Ina number of Western States FORSAKES TIlE WORLD Mfeff Mary Seelbach daughter of Mr Gad Mrs Charles Seelbach and niece of Louis Seelbach took her final vows as a member of the Ursullno Sisters last week The cere mony took place at the Ursuline Convent in Brown county Ohio and among those from Louisville who witnessed the beautiful exercises were Mr and Mrs Charles Seejbach Miss Emma Seelbach Mrs Herbert GuthrIe and Miss Lorenz The Uraullne nuns devote their lives to teaching The Right Rev Monsignor Murray V G of Cincinnati offl elated at the exercise THREE HARD GAMES Thij Portland baseball club lias mapped out a series of bard games for the next tbrLuiSuhdayB the Indianapolis White Sox playing here tomorrow afternoon the Cincinnati Shamrocks the next Sunday and the famous Union Printers baseball ceedipggusdaythe White Sox will bt a hot PIM s thus team defeated ParUand earlier In the Mftttn by a core ot five WI four and the Portlid boys are anxious to even upthe score i Doherty tad Overton will he Port lands totttry while McQulre and I aNi NEW MASONIC1 Another Big Week Matinees Tuesday Thursday and Saturda- ysRoberBlanden Company IN EAST LYNNEPri- cesNights ISc to sOc MatineesI Best Seats 25c iff ONTAINE FERR THE PARK BEAUTIFUL HIGH CLASS I FREE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHTI EXCEPT SUNDAY y VAUDEVILLE ggfi TWICE DAILY BY GREGGS BAND DANCING CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater eSt pecially to Ladles and Children PRI NCESS and COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and- Thirdluesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatAnns Louts Roller SentinelDavid 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 Mechan Financial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1C07 Dumesnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms 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 ttevens Financial SecretaryJohn G lies sion 1710 Balrd- TreasurerrDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArins James t Stev ens it- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand IIall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 732 West Oak SecretaryDJRecording Secretary John J Winn TreasurerHarry Brady CallaghamOutside Sentinel Michael McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIIJLE sleets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Plans Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording Mc lody Financial secretaryJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coil FlahertyInside Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 fleets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice President Dr J A CasperSecond Vice President Sherley unfit Recording Secretary Robert Os iorne SecretaryWilliama Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 1reasurcrDan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C LinK Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Rlchenbach will represent the White Sox MASONIC THEATEU The RoberBIandeu Company con tinues to grow ln public favor and the attendance has been steadily In creasing The performances given at the Masonicare of a very high standard and for next week a pre sentation of East Lynhe Is promised that will equal anyeyer witnessed In Louisville There will be the usual matinees on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday RETURNS TO CHICAGO rJoseph L Doheriy a fornter well known resident of New Albany but uow Auditor of the Mbnon railway With headquarters In Chicago spent last week visiting his old home aa the guest of hfs sisters Miss Mary rick 1204 East Market itreet He returned to the Windy City Monday morning ti CONVENTUThe Sisters of Lpretio at Denver whose mother house W 1 in Marlon i county Keutuckyhave taken 01ta1 anctlaeademJt will be three torle high and the estimated cost It 100000 i TRINITY COUNCIL Dr B J OConnor Will Address the Next Meeting Trinity Council held a well at tended meeting last Monday evening Application for membership was re solved from Boone Francis Gardiner Tho Sick Committee reported that Leo GUnther and Joseph Hoehf wore still on the sick list A committee which was appointed ia tow weeks ago to look Vwto the mat ter or placing shower baths In the building was given authority to pro ceed with the work at once The Literary Committee reported that Dr B J OConnor would address the council next Monday night May 23 and his subject will be The White Plague and the Prevention ot Contagious Diseases Dr OCon nor has been connected with the American Red Cross Society for some time and has given these sub Jects much thought and study and his talk will therefore be very in torcstlng and Instructive It was announced that a matter of much I forIthe members are therefore urged to lend their assistance toward having a large attendance for the occasion Tho meeting will be called to order at 730 instead of 8 ocloc- kLAWYERS a STORY Tells How He Was Led to Become a Catholic The International Catholic Truth Society with headquarters at 407 Bergen street Brooklyn N Y has published a little booklet My Road to the True Church It Is from the pen or Hon Frank Johnston a prominent lawyer and former Attor ney General of Mississippi The little brochure gives the mental processes by which Mr Johnston became converted to Catholicity Un like many books of this kind the author does not burden the reader with matters of family personal details and outside influences He treats his subject from the stand point of a lawyer Mr Johnston began to study the Catholic church from an attorneys point of view In 1876 His Interest Increased gradually and steadily but It was only after four years that lie became a convert His wife and motherinlaw soon after tel towed him into the Catholic church Since his conversion he has had the happiness to see nine children and twentytwo grandchildren received Ito the true faith Tho price of the little booklet is only ten conts- KSIGITS ENJOY FEAST LoulavtleCouncilday to atterV the initiation of a class Into the local council of the Knights of Columbus Other visiting Knights wore on hand from Nashville Bowl Ing Green Paducah Lebanon and Bardrstown All attended mass at mornlnGThebrated the mass and the sermon was preached by the Rev Father Augustus C R of St Marys Col Ilogo Tho Initiatory ceremonies wore held In the afternoon and the banquet at night Between 350 royalfeastEllzabethtown Dr J W OConnor of that city presided as toastmaster Attorney J J Kavanagh of Louis ville delivered tho principal address I KnighthoodDard town toasted the ladles Oth ers who spoke Informally were Judge Samuel J Bold rick Senatoi Mark Ryan and P H Callahan all of Louisville FONTAINE FERRY A touchof local color will be given the entertainment programme at Fontaine Forrry next week Two of the vaudeville acts booked for the park theater owe their origin to Louisville These are the Tempest Sunshine trio met Scheppa comedy circus The former Is made up of three pretty girls who know how to sing dance and wear natty clothes Prot Schepp is a well known young man of this city who In a few years has Secured an unusually clever hunch of trained animals There will also be a new programme ql popular music rendered by Gregg s band In the daily free concerts and the various other outdoor features will be found running In full blast WITH NUPTIAL MASS John S JIarteli a popular mom ber of Unity Council of New Albany find for several years employed at the Kentucky Irish American office and Miss Matilda Leist were united In marriage Tuesday morning with n nuptial mass at St Marys church the Rev George C Berries offi dating The bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Leist and Is an estimable young woman With their legion of friends we Join in extend= happycouplekeeping In Now Albany MOTION 1IOTUKEH With the regular changes at tbej Casino Princess and Columbia next week will come pictures frpm the vcrlds lleading film makers pre certaintobe also the latest Illustrated songs With the electric fans these houses 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