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I L KENTUCKY IRSII AMERIcAN Jii I VOLUME XXIV NO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 28 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS I1 WAITING a Both Sides in Parliament Pause Out ol Respect lor Edward J 4 Ultra Conservatives B ggtng Y liberals to Drop Veto J t oft Lords 1 Provisions of Lord Roseberj s Bill tor a Second Chamber NOME RULE DOMINANT FEATURE I j That the members of the Irish party in Parliament took no official action on the death of King Edward is explained by Hon T P OConnor in this wise Irelands outbursts would have been much wider and deeper but for the gross abuse mado I by the office seeking faction who exploit all such expression as the abandonment of sincerity ot Ire lands demand for selfgovernment The members of the Irish party have human sympathy and readiness for reconciliation with England but no abandonment of Irelands claims This sums up tho Irish attitude Some of the ultraConservatives are urging that the Liberals should abandon or compromise the veto question but radical organs like the London Dally News retort with violence and compare the House of Lords to highwaymen caught with that stolen goods and plaintively begging to be left In possession of them as a tribute to the dead King There is no danger of the Liberals giving way onany essential prin ciple but on the other hand a com promise Is not yet altogether excluded from the counsels of the ro eponslble leaders on both sides The home rule feeling is running high among the English masses and also the court circles are in favor of a closing of tbo Irish struggle anda reconciliation of Ireland with Eng land I At present all political forecasts must be discounted by tho intense emotion of the present The more pressing question is the length ot the postponement of the decision of the issue between the House of Com atone and tho Lords Some Liberals plead for a postponement until Jan nary while others are eager for the battle to be fought In September The Irish naturally prefer the briefer postponement always apprehending any pause in the strife and any slackening of energy or cooling of the popular ardor Meanwhile the Lords are uneasy and the bill based on the resolution I Introduced by Lord Rosebery and to be introduced when Parliament t1reassembles has been printed Its preamble states the intention ot changing the House of Lords Into a t popular chamber and that as this IIt1 II tlons between the two houses regulations provided are ThoIiI money bill not passed by the Lords within a month after Its receipt Is to i oe presented to the King for his as sent the Lords may not amend a money bill a bill passed In three ij J successive sessions of the same 0 jI successive Parliaments and rejected by the Lords is to po to the King ii- t the way prescribed for a money bill 1 thLordse are equivalent to a rejection of the bill a bill held up by the Lords Is I not to be deemed changed it the Commons makes additions to it nec essary on account of changed con ditions the Speaker is constitute judge of the necessity of such changes and ot what constitutes a monoyb11l I AS the bill practically amounts to the abolition of the House of Lords by the destruction of all its leglelatlive powers those who seok solute supremacy of the Commons will use every pretext to postpone the constitution of the new second Chamber Moreover the now powers to be given the Speaker will change lis relations with the House and wllil I I be a strong motive for the election n ota strong partisan by the majority II 1 Kelr Hardie M P tho Socialist Labor leader disapproves of the iI bill as a step to a written constitution I 1 r which he points out has in other countries been made an instru anent of tyranny i n Thus tar the Irish members have notvoiced their opinion of the bill1 ij offered by Lord Rosobery but II there is little doubt they will opposee 1 1C and favor a bill of even more sweeping changes to be offered finII I the House of Commons MADR HIM MARCH An Englishman was driven out of Cody Neb because he had Iin suited the American flag He was made to march out of the town to the tune of Yankee Doodle The Jonhny Bull threatened to report the natter to the British Consul How eyes there is small danger of an international embroflip over tke net4eM ITHE BISilOP OFFICIATES tTheRfeat ReDeals O Donasjhue Q Bishop of LoulgVlDe put inv i dnAbbey lUtlktu YHordMfourteen young men tb the priest hood celebrated aww and officiated I Iat the tonsure the conferring o I andIuntil after 11 Two of those raised to the deaconlte arc preparing for Theytaro the Rev John Hardl- county n a nephew of tho Rev Father r J J Abell of St Johns and then Charles Rahm of Stith ton SILVER JUBILEE Very Rev Father Cronin Is Preparing to Celebrate Tho Very Rev Father James P1 Cronln Vicar General and pastor ot St Patricks church will celebrat- het twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination on Tuesday June 14 The jubllarlan will celebrate a solemn high mass at St Patricks church at 10 oclock The sernion will bo preached by the Rev Father Wlll lam Hogarty who gave Father Cronin his first holy communion The music of the mass will be ot- a high order and will be renders by St Patricks choir augmented by many singers from other Catholic choirs In the city Father Cronin was born In Frankfort fortyseven years ago Ho re celved his early education In that city and later attended St Josephs College at Bardstown His the logical studies were completed at Preston Preston Park Seminary near Louisville He was ordained when a little past twentytwo years old a special dispensation having been obtained The young priest served a number of years on the missions In Davless county and in other part- of Western Kentucky Later he was made chaplain at Nazareth Academy On the death of the late Father Gambon Father Cronin was appoint ed pastor of S Patricks church an- a little later was made Chancelloi and Vicar General of the diocese of Louisville He served iin all of these capacities until the death of the late Bishop McCloskoy on September 17 last and then became Administrator of the diocese until the Right Rev Denis ODonaghuo was enthroned on March 29 Soon after assuming his duties as Bishop of Louisville Bishop ODonaghuo appointed Father Cronan Vicar General He scams destined for still higher honors After the mass on Juno 14 Father Cronin will be the host at a banquet at the Seelbach Hotel and it is ex Petted that 150 clergymen will bo his guests Tho people of St p tricks congregation are prepatlng to present him with a substantial purse ElllST MASS Celebrated by Father FeldI haus at St Martins Church The Rev Father Edward M Feld haus a Louisville boy celebrated his first mass at St Martins church at 1030 oclock last Sunday morning Father Fcldhaus was ordained atII the Josephinum Seminary in Columbus Ohio on last Saturday by the Right Rev Bishop Hartley Father I Foldbaus was born and reared 1In St Martins parish and the people I of that congregation take great pride In their boys who attain to the dig nlty of the priesthood and as a con sequence the spacious church of St I Martin was filled when Fattier Feld Thre Interior of the church was tastefully yetnJew and white the altars were re splendent with myriads of lights nnd flowers and the organ pealed ItsII gladdest tones After the first gospel the Rev Father A J Thome now pastor ot St Vincent de Paul church but WhQI had been an early preceptor of asI dignity o the priesthood and paid tribute toI prlesLthrough I conclusion of tho sermon the gates the sanctuary wore opened andI he mother and near relatives ot thfoote tblessing of the young lrlestA lit tie later he Imparted his blessing to tho entire congregation At the com munlon the family ot Father FeldII haus again entered the sanctuary t0ofI recotvo He had the prlvllegoot giving first holy communion to thoI tamllyIchurch a large class ofr boys and girls received their first holy comI fmunion and in the evening thoI Right Rev Bishop ODonagktie e administered confirmation The Uniform Rank Catholic Knights pf America were prose maiceiebratedssin ORDINATIONS IN BROOKLYN i The Right Rev Bishop McDonnell1 of Brooklyn N Y officiated at the ungsemInarlan St John the Baptist last Saturday Twelve of the young meriw1llreImain in tho diocese of Brooklyn while five have been ordained ail members of the Paselonists ELKS AID ORPHANS A1alr for the inmates of St tcenterCol iwmse oft Columbus and Khifhte of St Job in efforts to moire the affair a eu oat Af- rf i i tSONG BIRDS Ot Ireland oMnkc Melody That Enthuses American Jesuit Ruddy Complexions Aro the Exile Among Old and Young Ago of Irish Renaissance Yet Emigration Still Continuese GAELIC IN ALL TilE SCHOOLS An American Jesuit who is evidently of Irish birth or extraction and who has been abroad recently j gives an interesting account of his visit to Ireland The writer takes refuge under the pen name of Midonsts but his interesting letter appeared In America the Jesuit weekly last Saturday After telling of a stormy trip across the Irish ota glorious view of the Wicklow motH tarns Then comes the prose poetry para Ho says I had a chance to hear every wild singing bird in Ireland in solo and in chorus An eightmile walk thesbrought out firstly the best ot all the singers tho Irish thrush He Is a tenor with a voice sweet and clear as a bugle Perched on the farodj od like a challenge Ho seemed to fsay I dofy I defy I defy and then turning his face to the west ho be gan to warblo come back comp back to the land that you left but that loves you atfAny one who has ever heard this grandest of all isinging birds will remember how he changes his challenge tan melan choly warble as ho closes his chants Two sopranos from a meadow two 1 larks worn up singing in the sky a irich barytone a blackbird was add- Ing i his sweet tones to the harmony iwhile chaffinches bullfinches gold I finches and linnets made a sweet chorus I must not forget the little robin everybodys friend who sings oven in the rain flies out when ho sees you on the road goes into your garden oven into your room and sings for you always cheerful always happy Theres a little scolding In his Voice too for as I walked along the road he always youdobut I am hero sUlloIt may rain or IIt may snow but Ill stay hero and have a pleasant chat with the peo plo who remained loyal to this island and stayed behind After the birds on Howth I noiI tlced the children In Dublin and ffrom there to tho Shannon where I am punning those lines They have all red cheeks every one of them I Ibut so have the people young and old with hardly an exception lies that big policeman red whiskers I said to a friend in the streets otI I I IDublin and I pointed to a big Ilow fully six feet five Inches The IDublin police are all plants Non sense said my friend Its his cheeks that are red And theIwere as red as two Oregon apples From the little trchln in the streets In town and in country to the young women and the old to the young men and to the old it is the sameIclear skin and red cheeksIIs it tuberculosis I asked myI hasthe said Nonsense You have got that foolish Idea from some of thoseIwho have been exaggerating 1n- peaking and writing o fthe spread of consumption in Ireland Those fresh rosy cheeks come from thoIsimple food the purity ot the peo plo and tho genial climate of IreI land The hot sun In summer andI the intense cold In winter thicken the skin of you Americans You know you havo too much cheek any how and the blood does not showjj through it But In Ireland the bloom of the rose and the sweetness of tho Shmrock appeaer in the faces our children and peopleII could not argue with him for ho is a poet and a theologian I think he is right At any rAte the ofstuberculosis in Ireland Is It the punch No Because tho cheeks are redder among the peasants or Meath and amongst the clergy otI Moath than anywhere else and yet total abstinence Is widespread I tactncthe diocese of death there Is a law called the antedinner law which makes it a case of suspension for a priest to taste whiskey I brandy gin or liquor before dinner And although the clerical dinner Is 1usually at 4 pm l never heard the joke about what the Governor of North Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina in any ol the clerical houses I visited from Dublin through Meath Wfcetmeatn and Longford to the Shannon In fact the total abetlnenceoa a cold rainy day was sometimes painful but I J never saw anyone break it So the red cheeks are due to the causes al1 sped by my friend i Mldensls also tells of his vista to th4sehbols colleges and universities In the vicinity bfDubltn He says Oaello is taught IIn the I schools and ke compHnisnJts thq toorat lie seems the continued tad l continuous emigration Hear him Yet the people emigrate stillt Even the Protestants are goin away Whore there used to be fifty of them In a Lelnster country par ish there aro now not half a dozen They have not emigrated they have simply1 died out I went the other day Into the Protestantt church at Clonard the site of one o the most famous monasteries In Ire llend during the golden age before the Danish Invasion and saw In that church an pld Catholic bap tlstery of the eighth century It 1 a Is beautiful work of art and Is In the wrong place But It can not bo hougnt Although the Protestant congregation ther has died out to Si tow poor hangerson the authori ties bold tenaclotsly to the relic and still call the Catholic church a fqr olgn church and they still call the dwindling little sect of Anglcan- In Ireland the church of Ireland A document before mo proves nil this When will man fully deserve the title of rational animal curl forted on him by bur philosophy and our theology ILLSTARS 1 In the Cast and Chorus ofv- m Opero5VjFJirates of Penznce AH Is In readiness for tho Ceellinj Choral Clubs production of tho comic opera Tile Pirates of Pen zance at Macauleya Ttoater naxt DAVID J MALONEYIWho Will Bo the Pirate Chief at Macauleys Tuesday and Wednesday evenings The club has worked earnestly an faithfully rehearsing frequently and after tomorrow will rest until1 J the night of the performance Tilt19II is tho most pretentious undertahla yet assumed by the club but tbo satisfied smiles of Director Staple I jLord and Stage Manager bvanss I jtresage a production thorough In J detail and of talent unsurpassed I The purposes of the club are most II worthy the members giving their I jtime and talents without remuncra I tlon and only banded together for I the advancement of their musical1 I proclivities and the promotion ot charitable enterprises One of tho I tbig features promised is the com Ii blnation of both beauty and voice in the fortytwo young ladles comprls J Ing the chorus who no doubt will J capltavate the audience with their t charms The male chorus is divided I1 iInto pirates and police both ot whom are drilled to the minute j James P Roche as the Sergeant t of police will lead the cops finis I h commanding figure coupled with t his powerful bass voice will unques tlonably strike terror Into the i hearts of the pirates David J Maloney well remembered for hin I1 excellent work as Scarambo in the I El Capltan cast last year is cast I I this year for the Pirate King This IIJ will afford hint opportunities for I splendid action and will give him a I chance to display his excellent base voice In several striking solos Ir Dennis Ryan Is entrusted with the leading tenor role as Frederick j the pirate apprentice and tie bring- t0 the past a dashing address act IILieutenantjI t several good song numbers Th o i1 chief comedy role could not have It been placed in better hands than jj those of John J Flynn who as tbo I Major General will convulse his auditors Tho choral club has always prided Itself on its prlrna donna Mlso Louise Forst whose grand voice hao few equals In Louisville She will sing the part of Mabel the young est o Gen Stanleys daughters I while tbe Misses Gertrude Simpson I Mae Kalaher and Alice Gilbert will 1 be cast as younger daughters of th9II British army officer Miss Iraelda j Shea whose splendid character 1In I terpretatlons were theEhlnlng J w1Gave 1 tof all work in which she will doubt lees repeat her former successes 1 l1 Phil Cody who was called to Chii i cago on business several weeks ag has returned and is again in t ranks of the bassos and isle fellow cops are rejoicing as his fine voice 1 la always welcome In any gathering of singersI Recerved seats are now m 1 MontenegroRichMusic tickets will be sold at this Ibx ottiee I of Macauleys Theater 4- IJ J BPRATS From Many Lands Will Gather at Eucharistic iCongress Cardinal Gibbous Issues Gird lar to the American Hierarchy Able Ecclesiastics Will Speak On Special Catholics Subjects GREAT CATHOLIC EVENT OF TEA l t Tho Worlds Eucharistic Congroii will assemble at Montreal Canada during the second week In Septem ber and great preparations ate be tag made there for tho reception and entertainment of the dolegats Itt will he the great ecclesiastical eventt of the year The Pope the Ca dinals the Archbishops and Bishops throughout Christendom are taking a lively Interest In the coming congressCardinal Gibbons has Issued a cl cular letter to the Archbishops Bishops of the United States calling forthcomingEucharistic tion of tho hierarchy is called to the fact that the Archbishops of the United States at the annual meeting AprIltJI coming event The object of tho promotdevotionto offer homage and thanksgiving to tho Author and Finisher of oUt faith our Lord and Saviour Jesua Christ Cardinal Gibbons says that if the Mat threo decades of the church have been marked by trial and strutsgle they have also been fruitful iin consolation and encouragement an it Is surely significant that oUt own age to noteworthy for scientific advance and material progress should have witnessed elIncreaseprofoundest mysteries of sireligionbons impresses particularly hnJhithertoEuropedirectsof this year vto Canada moementI The con gross will be held upon ground that I earldays shoresTopioneerthe andthe hdthey AmerIca not merely as discoverers and explorers nationgourhIstoryol the kingdom of God and as bear bfittingI theroIst laythomtothothemdiedheritagoandInGanadaint thast hasIncreasodfold1InCardinalGibbonsmost gratifying and as truly charac I CatholicismIt faithful oerdIoceseY countryProm wordthaty ecclesiastical dignitaries show that andArchblsholJSlstlc Congress There are indlca tlons that this list will be swelled c Logumayt of allIspecial subjects I Father Finn of Chicago will road a paper on surpllced choirs Ho conducts the choir of the Paullsts AYChbiahodpr dellerthoPont1tlcafhighld l celebratedbCardlnalJourney from Rome to Montreal as the special legate of the Pope Thetwill be hundreds perhaps a congressfandffJdiocesesbe without r presentatlonII FIRST IRISH OPERA I Dublin is about to witness tho first opera ever performed In the Irish tongue It Is entitled Elthne and the music was com prominentd English words were written by the le teed i spirits and other queer beings iin byiIn a Jotepheh BRAVE POLICE OFFICER f Edward Jtfaheaey la the good Jrfh napleofa ftow York policeman 1 who at the risk othla fwn lift irablHell a lighted JIJqtWr1tr + kItMltat rf t- or I n j Go td water and prevented an explosion that Would have wrecked valuable property and destroyed several hun dred lives The bomb had beenl Bowerylodgingplo were sleeping In the rooms above Officer Mahoney east th danger and without hesitationl grabber tho infernal machine carriedt IIt to a gutter filled with water and extinguished it Mr Mahoney wit l be In line for a police medal next gearTPLEASANT SURPRISE Given Ben Speaker by the Columbia Athletic Club The Columbia Athletic Club gave one of Its soirees at Zellers Hall lastevenIngTheJohns Benevolent Society an or ganization of Catholic men in St Vincent de Pauls congregation Tl become n member of the Columbia Athletic Club one must have moml societyhotgavela musical and dramatic entertain TherhadItilthallsuccess Zellerds Several hundred members ot St Johns Benevolent Society and of th 4et wives daughters and sweetheart were In attendance Dancing was in order until 10 oclock at which time President Bon Beckmann rapped foi order thanked all who had taken 0part In the recent dramatic outer tainment and gave special thanks t nomann presented Mr Speaker with a handsome gold mounted pipe Mr Speaker was called upon for Rieech and though he great stiprlso was able to evince hh thanks In a fitting manner Ho aid the presentation of the pipe was the eupetted nothing for his services and the gift was all the more pleasure able In conclusion he said he had never received a gift that ho appee ated so much WomrYe selections the Old Fool Quartette made up of Batac Speaker and William Abel sanfc several songs and other member or theclub and i auxiliary did entertalnlng stunts Secretary Peter Koch honorYevening an abundance of refreshments were served and all did justice to the viands HARD JOLT Given Race Suicide by ChicagorEditor Some people can be persuaded into right thinking and doing others need to be jolted while others still have to be clubbed into submission S A Baldus editor of the Catholic Church Extension Magazine gave Joltlintthet Irish Fellowship Club Hi subject was the Fallacy of Woman tvaNomanss eon of the Irish Fellowship ClubIThe speaker paid particular attention to the subject of race suicide Among other things he saidIRecently some of the suffragette h J quitslainlyp suicide Far from condemning they seemed to approve of it It the story of race suicide child murder could be written truthfully iIt 0 I 1600hildren phyaJ siclan told me that 50000 would be more nearly the truth We raise a hue and cry on account of the Impure milk that kills 800 or 100- hbabies every year but not a war h about the tens of thousands that are murdered deliberately In the Twentyfifth ward a fashionable lo callty there Is a population of 97000 and only 2790 children un der two years old In your con J seated districts you will find that j many children In half a dozen blocks Your statutes provide a I penalty of from one to ten years Int he penitentiary for every offense I btl e I enforced think what It would mean I 15000 persons sent to the pen itentiary every year for a period of ji from one to ten years right from dour own city KNIGHTS RECEIVE COMWXIOV 1 Louisville Council Knights of I COlumbusaplJroach d holy comma J nion at the 7 oclock mass at the I Cathedral last Sunday morning Sev j eral hundred Inlghtemade an edify ing spectacle and the Rev FattIer I P M J Rock preached an eloquent I sermon on the occasion FORTUNE HONORED Hon James W Fortune ofret rsonvill8 a veteran pf the Spanish American war and who did service under Col Wlafleld Durbiri after I watd1 GpverBor ot Indiana lice been I aeieefM toOad dtw at the memorial exeroises to be held at inelHlie- si I 11 iJiic CARLOW ndeTraversed by Streams Is tFertile Plaint owns and Castles Within Its Borders Renowned History Vas Seat of Irish Kings Bolero Dawn ot Christiau Era SOME TRADITIONAL HISTORY The County Carlow is in the eastern part of Ireland It takes its nanie from thii historic town of Car low in Gaelic Cethcrlough four llakes Tradition has it that the town of Carlow stands on the site of fourllakes but of these tlure is now no trace Carlow is bounded on the north by Queens count Kildare nnd 1cklow on the cast by Wick low nnd Vexford on the south by byQueenscounty Is thirtytwo and onehalf broadYts45000The i surface of Carlow is almost r entirely level forming a part of tho great central plain of Ireland Itis genrally fertile and well cultivat ed At the extreme west it is skirted by mountains The Mount Lelnster and lllnckstuirs mountains which rullforsixteen miles ordelAnwnItillaroGaceilliglKIlbrandWish inCarfeethipilKmwkroeCurlew has onitsCarlessfotkntheboundnrandQuecnswaters eleven miles through Car nformsCarlow nnd Kilkenny Other streams theSlanetheorodvthe Drunimin and the Mountain riv ers and the Lerr rivulet latotedislessis called Gralgue and TINS In Queens county The remains of an Old castle still overtheisCnrlowIsLeighlinbriUk ancientlogshistoricenalstuwn horns Tullaw Haeketsttown Cloumore and Ilnthvllly The eastern half nnd part of the west of Carlow produces fine granite j coalHelljllow nt the extreme western side In fieldsUterot thatslarge slates well known as Carlow flags OldLelgldinJ firstHilhopwho lived in port of the sixth and seventh Centuries Before he flied he atLglghBn1 1 Anotherfnmous StIC1I1 ifrom 5t Moling who founded the church In the seventh century ofrelgllllnbridgoor fort over the Harrow which is DII1hReeLegendaryhfstortury before the Christian era Cotta jpngQfIrelandthrone ahd banished the young heir themngQndtromentendMtc1distinguishingturned to Ireland with a small army SlnneysUrprfsedguards burned the palace and pro claimed himself King Jlavra reigned for nineteen years PRIESTS REMEMBER BISHOP Italian priests of the diocese of Brooklyn have presented a bronxe statue of himself to Bishop ODon eighteenth ofXimtneasculptor PAST CENTURY MARK Isbellev6doldestff dat Tarry town oh Friday of loot week The deceased atilt a native of Ireland but had lived in America 1QrlfivecblldreRBjarvlye her Iioc tniSbaml tied nine t4ei irsttra ado I t il- M i V 11JI I KEJSTU0KvrRrSH AM R A j D II KENTUCKY IRISH METONAtve- kB1 to the Social and Moral Adv ncernernent of Irish Americans and CatoHcsI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMEniCAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Loulivllle Pottottlce ii SecondClui fUtttr A r IICommanlcttlont to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weit Oreea St rl- Iu tOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 28 1910 DEFENDER OP TUB FAITH King George Vf England has started his reign with many l professions of good will toward all his subjects His plstles sound well Does he mean what ho says Ere long we will know that Is when he takes the coronation oath Will bEteliminate Insulting to I 1al1II swallow It The people want to rknow I At the coronation ceremony the crown will bq presented to the King by the Duke of Norfolk a Catholic and a man whose noble lineage Is several hundred years older than that of the monarch The English King has Catholic subjects in England Ireland Scotland Wales Canada Australia and in all his colonies Will he Insult them all and still retain the title Defender of the Faith- Defender of the Faith iis emblazoned on every English coin It is art of the title of every Eng lish monarch Defender of what S faith Where did he get his title Is is not a Catholic title When Martin Luther started hisI aHegod Reformation in the sixteenth century Henry VIII wasI f King of England That was before he became profligate and wanted toI divorce Katharine to marry Anne Boleyn King Henry In defense ot the faith wrote a pamphlet proclaim ing the real presence in the sacrament of the Eucharist For this the then reigning Pope con ferred on him the title of Defender of the Faith Only h few years later Henry fell out with the Pope divorced Kath erine married Anne Boleyn and later three others and started a little church of his ownthe c Anglican the Established or the Episcopal church whichever you choose to call it But Henry hung on to his title Defender of the Faith So did his daughters Mary and Elizabeth and EO have all the other Kings and Queens of England from that day to this While claiming that title win- King George V take an oath of hostility to the Pope If ho does it wilt relieve all his Catholic subjects from allegiance to the British throne SECTARIAN EXERCISES The Rev M D Collins a priest well known and highly respected by Protestants and Catholics of Mis sourl has entered a timely and emphatic protest against sectarian exercises at the public school exor cises to be held at Jackson Father Collins protest was prompted by re spect for the law and not by bigotry It was brought about by the announcement that the exercises vrould be held In a Protestant church and conducted in a sectarian manner with sermons by Protestant ministers Father Collins declares that were these contemplated exercises to be held In a Catholic church during high mass or other service by a priest in his official capacity owing to the laws referred to his protest would be JUst as prompt and no less vigorous in forthcoming against such an actliLnd the law abiding and the lawrespecting citizens of the State would stand by uch protest There are many places like Jackson and it would be weM for Catholics everywhere to be as watchful as FatherCo1Uns TitHES PROPER VIEW Judge James T Malone of New 1orklsQpe public oflclal who is not averse to newspaper criticism Refs quoted as follows in the New Torlc Time I am a firm believer ntheffipieny of public criticism of the judiciary It can not be too unspar ing to suit me If Jt should be un fair in its tenor or in fts application It will be discovered in good time and can do no permanent harm to nny one Newspaper criticism ul Otimatety tends to promote a healthier and larger conception of ihe things that the public hayea Bright to how and an enlightenment of the public understanding Js bound to iiarge and correct the public heat I Judge Malone tikes a trankat1dI mAnly View fit The idea that Kings and Judges can don wrong iIiI rapidly dying out Inland hall never Men reconciled I td the union with England At no time since that union was brouibt- about 1 hve her people relinquished I 0 t r their demands for home rule and today the desire is stronger than ever There are mockers andI knockers who contend that home rule is as distant now as it was forty years ago That is not true Home rule is coming step by stop It may be past due but It is boundI to come IThe election of exSenator J W IonI L universal satisfaction Secretary Newman Is a capable man and his work for the State Fair for several years past has been eminently successful Iake your courage equal to your strength They are both neevM HAPPY MOTHER Mrs Lucy OConnor Wit nesses Ordination of Her Son The Rev Francis OConnor a Louisville boy was ordained a priestt in Rome last Saturday His mother Mrs Lucy OConnor and his sister Miss Stella OConnor were presentL at his ordination Father OConnor Is a brother of Charles J OConnor Dr Bernard OConnor Robertl OConnor and Mrs Lawrence Veene man all of this city and of Christopher OConnor of Indianapolis Francis OConnor was born iin St Johns parish and received his early education at St Johns parochial school under the venerable and Rev Father Bax Later he at tended St Xaviers College andI then several colleges in tho East About six years ago he went to the American College Rome to complete his ecclesiastical studies Father OConnor his mother andi sister will spend several months on the continent of Europe and are not expected to return to Louisville be fore August 1- CILILDIIENS PART In Celebration of rather Cronins Coming Jubilee Tho boys and girls of St Patrlcko parochial school are preparing for their part In the celebration of the diver jubilee of their pastor the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G On tho morning of Monday Juno 13 they will attend a solemn high mass celebrated by Father Cronin with Father Martin OCon nor as deacon Father Michael1 Melody subdeacon and Father L B Ford master of ceremonies The sermon will be preached by the Very RoY Father J R Clark O P Prior of St Louis Demands Con ventOn eveningsthement in the school hall at Thir teenth and Market streets It will1I servo as a testimonial to Father Cronin as well as the closingr exercises of the school RECENT DEATHS Reddingtonhis sister Mrs Killlan Anger 1236i Payno street on Friday of last week took place from St Aloysius church The deceased was thirty one years old and was highly regard ed in the community Jn which he lived V The funeral of Joseph Zimlich Bardstownl morningtookon Monday morning The largo num ber of friends in attendance at tested the esteem in which tho de ceased was held Mr Zimlich was fortytwo years old and Is survived by his wife and several children Many sorrowing friends attended the funeral of Mrs Mary Allen Lament which took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Tuesday morning The deceased died Sunday night following a violent attack of pneumonia Her death occurred at the family residence 920 Dumesnil street Her husband William Lamont and two children survive The funeral of Thomas McQrnth who died at the home of his grand mother Mrs Hannah McGratb on placefrom eattendance the deceased Mr McGrath was thEdhome with his grandmother John J Coleinanl fiftynine rears old died at his home Ills Dela ware street on Sunday following ant attacteof pneunlonla and his funeral took place from St Louis Ber trandV church on Tuesday morning The deceased Vas a veteran employe of the W and N rIlroadshOpi and WM held in high eeteem br superiors 11Itshrothrs aUoftiia city LSO3TYJMist for a trip to NOW York George Kremer and wife are mak ing ah extended trip through the South JViss Katie Newman of Frankfort has been visiting here the guest other brother Thomas Newman toseph Weltz6l and Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel of Frankfort spent Saturday with friends In this city Miss Llllie Keating has returned to Shelbyvllle after a delightful visit with Miss Nora Keating 317 N street Mrs Clara Fitzgerald of NeW Albany has been spending the week with her son Thomas Fitzgerald at Terre Haute I1Irs Edward Fisher of Portland has gone to Sweet Sulphur Springs and will spend the summer there with her husband Mrs George Frelbcrf is home from a most enjoyable visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Plus Room mele at Shelbyville A delightful and largely attend ed surprise party was given to Miss Nellie Keenan last week the occa sion being her sixteenth birthday Mr W T Speak who was here for a visit to his wife and daugh ters has returned to Salem 111 whore he holds a responsible posi Lion Mrs Catherine Bradley of 424 Garden street has returned home after a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs Annie Mallon of Park land Miss Locke OBrynn daughter of Hon William OBrynn of Owens boro Is the welcome guest of Mrs John Guthrle 2003 South Third street Chicagolhas been spending the week with her parents Mr and Mrs Frank 7oeller East Fifth street New Albany Henry Hoollman a well known resident of St Louis arrived here Wednesday for an extended visit tJI his cousin Jacob Graft and other relatives Miss Mae Leary who has bern confined to her home in South Louisville with rheumatism is much Improved and will soon be able to be out as usual Mr and Mrs James J Cain of 1204 West Broadway have returned from Evansville where they spent a week as tho guests of Mr ana Mrs J T Kane Miss Clara Lee Leary Who underwent an operation at St Josephs In firmary Is rapidly recovering to the great delight of her numerous friends and relatives Miss Lillian Colliding tire young daughter of John Goulding of New Albany is making nice progress to ward recovery from the effects of a severely sprained ankle caused bj her full from a bicycle Mrs John Donk and daughter Mrs Will Weber have returned to their homes In Cincinnati after a short but enjoyable visit to Mrs Pauline Raldy and the Misses Raldy 2538 West Main streetj Mr and Mrs Harry Whalen of Birmingham Ala who have been visiting John Whalen and family 612 East Spring street New Albany left for home Wednesday night Mr Whalen is employed as an engineer on the Birmingham division of tho L and N railroad Miss Anna Hommerlch and Ed ward Tonini popular young people of the East End were united in mar rlago at St Martins church on Tues day morning The bride is a young lady of many charms and the fortunate groom is an operator for the Western Union Telegraph Company The engagement is anounced ot Mr George Wayne Rankin of 2708 Third avenue and Miss Mary Wina fred Speak the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs W T Speak The date for the wedding has not yet been set but the ceremony will be performed some time in June A pleasant event of last week was the surprise given Miss Mary BIckel When a large company of her friends and admirers gathered at her home 529 Garden street to cele brate her birthday Vocal and in strumental music and an elegant luncheon contributed to the enjoy ment of the occasion William F Walsh and bride have returned prom their bridal trjp to Chicago lare at home to their friends at 2230 West Broadway Mrs Walsh was formerly MIsa Mamie Brown of West Broadway and the happy groom is a member of the No 4 Hook arid Ladder Com pany They were married very quietly at Sacred Heart church last week Misa Anna Baldwin and Joseph H ngpeopJeotthemarriage at St Cecilias church at z oclock on the afternoon of Thursday June 16 After the wed ding Mr and Mrs Rlttraan will be tendered a reception at the home of the brides mother Mrs Katie Baldwin 833 North Tjventyiixth street 1 BUSY TWO D- ALastufld4wu a gala day at St I U6 l cborch at HlgliUnd Tark la I the morvlnj a lrge cUa of boys 1 and girls received their first holy communion from the pastor Rev Father John J Fitzgerald and In the afternoon the annual May celebration and procession of the Young Ladles Sodality and the school children was held MondayP evening the church was thronged to greet Bishop ODonaghue who ad ministered the sacrament of con firmation to the children and twelve adults St Leos parochial school will close on Juno 1C and the an nual picnic an event of the year takes place on June 23 DOWN TO WORK Catholic Knights and Lad dies Spend Time on Preliminaries The Supreme convention of tho Catholic Knights and Ladies ofc America convened at St Louis on Tuesday and its proceedings have occupied tho greater part of week The opening day was theI over to the mass welcome and responses from the visitors Wednesday was occupied with the reading of reports of officers the Law Committee and the committees on constitution arid bylaws The real business of the convention be gan on Thursday and a full report of tho proceedings will 6e forthcom- Ing next week The Louisville delegates with the other visitors are being shown every courtesy by the St Louis members of the order Trolley rides and boatt excursions to interesting points have been the order of the day wheri dele gator were free from business duties MANX YOUNG MEN Receive Holy Orders From Archbishop of New York What is stUd to have been the largest ordination in the history of the Catholic church in America took place In St Patricks Cathedral New York City last Saturday wirer Archbishop Farley raised twenty four young men to the dignity ot the priesthood They were gradu ates of the diocesan seminary at Dunwoodle Twentyfour semin arians were also raised to tho doaconitc Every seat in the bit5 Cathedral was taken and hundreds stood in tho aisles The ceremonies occupied two hours and thirty min utesThe young Levltcs will take a brief vacation at their respective homes and will soon be assigned to duties in the archdiocese of New YorkAmong the new deacons was Father Paul Francis an Anglican monk who with eleven of his fol lowers was received into the Cath olic church a year ago Today Father Paul will be ordained a priest Eleven years ago Fatheri Francis founded an Anglican mon astery at Greymoor on the Hudson At the solemu ceremonies last Sat urday Archbisho Farley was assist ed by Monsignor Frerl head of the Society for tho Propagation of the Faith in the United States and1 many other ecclesiastical dignitaries of New York HOLV ROSARY UNIONS RosaryAcademyat Bertrand Hall on Monday after noon The programme was with pleasing songs and instrumental1 numbers One of the hits of tho afternoon was the Mother Goose Concert in which forty or moro children took part Among the McGarryLyden i Buttler William Bannon Henrietta Bannon Maurice Edelen WilliamI Talbot Durrett Oglesby William Leachman Maugery Moriarity Marie Dougherty Ida May Smith PaulI Flhe and James Dougherty The en tertajnment reflected great creditt on Holy Rosary Academy and thei Sisters of St Dominic TWO GOOD APPOINTMENTS During the past seven days President Taft has reappointed to office ttwo very efficient gentlemen George W Long United States Marshal for tho Western district of Kentucky and Robert Emmet Woods Postmaster of Louisville Both are dyedinthewool Republicans and both have held office be fore Mr Long was Treasurer ot the State during the nylme of Will- Iam O Bradley as XJovernor and Mr Woods served as County Attorney for four years As State and Federal officers both havo given sat isfaction and while both aro partisan Republicans their most bitter political enemies have never charged either with unfairness WAS HAPPY DAY Urban Stengel rounder of the Concordia Singing Society and one Of the foremost German citizens of Louisville celebrated the eightysec ond anniversary of his birth with a family reunion at his home 1403 Fast Breckinridge street Wednesday evening and for his kith and kin the day was a happy one Mr Stengel has ten living children fortyfour grandchildren and thr e great grandchildren all of whom were gathered under his roof to con gratulate and wish him many returns of the anniversary From the Coucordla and all quarters came kindly remembrances and expres sions of goodwill BROKE AT ELBOW Edward MaloHty the eJlhtnar old son of Sergeant John Maloney met with a painful accident on NOn cllmbfMIUP9Itbkit home on High avenue from Wkich he slipped and tell to tbt ground with the result that his left arm watf fractured atUiJboMedical aid jri iilmmoudDc1the Injured member let I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Seventyfive candidates were yes terday given the degrees at Beloit Wis A class of twentyfive will be Initiated by Colorado Springs Coun cil tomorrowAt tomorrow the third degree will be conferred ona class of sixty lIon J W McCarty Iayorof Washington Ind is Grand Knight oi the council there South Dakota Knights have pledged 5000 for the Columbus School at Chamberlain The first second and third degrees were conferred on some eighty candidates last Sunday at Fort Wayne I A new council was instituted last Sunday at Brainerd Minn A large number of visitors witnessed the ceremoniesIllinois Knights favor the establishment of a national sanitarium for members who are unable to provide for themselves Because of the death of Rob Father Roche rector of the Cathe dral Fort Wayne Knights postponed their Initiation to June 5 There was a record breaking at tendance at Logansport Ind last Sunday when a class ov over sev enty was received Into the order St Augustine Council of Stamford leads the Connecticut councils In the number of new members added dur ing the year sixty being initiated As a result of action at the Wis consin State convention at Ashland 500 was contributed to St Pauls chapel at the State University at Madison anti 300 to the Oneida Indian mission UUSY PASTOR The Rev Father John T Hill pas tor of St Xavlers church Tenth and Hill strees is having his busy sea son Last week he gave first communion to a class of thirtythree children and on Wednesday Bishop ODonaghue administered the sacra mont of confirmation to a class of fiftysix children and adults St Anna school which belongs to St Xaviers church will have its cbs Ing exercises on Wednesday June 8 The school is at Seventh and Davis streets and is of easy access by the Seventhstreet cars On Tuesday Juno 7 the children will entertain their friends on the school lawn No admission will be charged to the childrens reception on Tuesday but tickets of admission to the closing exercises on Wednesday will be sold for twentyfive cents CONVALESCING Catholics will be rejoiced to know that there has been a most favorable change In the condition of Mothei Aloysius Superioress of the Good Shepherd Convent this city For a time her condition was looked upon as critical and while her improve ment may be slow it is thought she will bo spared to her community for many more years Dr Doherty her physician states that it will be some time before she will be able to re Gume her active duties CHILDREN EXTERTAIX Tha children of St Marys school gave an enjoyable musical entertainment at the school hall Eighth street near Grayson last Sundays evening All of the numbers won applause In tim opening chorus Miss Mary Hunold presided at the piano and her sister Miss Minnie Hunold did wonders with the violin rfaster C J Fleitz drow special at tention as leader of the Dude Drill CAN WALl OUT The numerous friends of John Rodgers of the Evening Times force who several weeks ago sustained a double fracture of an ajiklo were pleased to see him out on Printing House square this week With the aid of crutches Mr Rod gers can take short walks but it will be some time before he will have full use of the injured limb ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED A fall wedding that will be of widespread interest will bo that of Addison Walcott Lee Jr and Mtsa Josephine Armstrong Newman the attractive and popular daughter ot Mr and Mrs ScottO Newman West Broadway The engagement was announced this Week and the ceremony will be solemnized during the month of October GATHOFS CHALLENGE SALE Housekeepers should keep In mind Gathofs challenge sale which begins on Monday Anything you want In tho line of dry goods you can find at your own prices Go early and get tho bargains before they are all snapped up The at tractive Gathof advertisement will I be found In another column MOTION PICTURES J ColupiLtastandard picture next week Num bered among them are Mamas comedy and picturesque views that will please and attract Increased attendance There will be the usual changes ot programme and new and popular illustrated songs WILT TAKE LONG TRIP The Rev Frank A Roell formerly assistant rector of Jit Mary church at Richmond lad visited friends in the Falls Cities last Saturday and perfected arrangements orn extended European trip thli iunmen i PWBNSBPRO- Rav Father Bug ne SpUs pantor of Bt JoMphs church at Owwutboro wtlerect a large and Motor parochial School permission haviif i LLm Y PIRATES MACAULEYSQF1 I BEST TAL- ENTPENZANCE LOCAL I COMIC OPERA IN TWO ACrS AUSPICES CECILIAN CHORAL CLUB PRICES 25 50 75 100 Entire Receipts Donated to Cbaiity Reserved seats on taleat MonlenegrcRlehm Music Cot I IrGXTHOPsli i CHALLENGE SALE t1 2 z BEGINS MONDAY i fO i Dont miss this sale it means a greatty- J 1 saving on every dollar you spend at our + store this week No matter how smallfy Y your wants may be you can not afford X to miss this bargain opportunity Come Monday come every day youll find plenty to interest you Your dollar will fhave greater purchasing power than Y Y J ever before t v y + J 10 Y Y Y GATHOFS1 y EIGHTH AND MARKET STS i y y 000SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEQANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves everySundayfive mi es up the beautiful Ohio where arrivInghomeROUND TRIP ONLY 50c PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For tine Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings KreatlyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management I of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 2712 a UENRYFUCUSFLORIST Plants Designs Gut Flowers Flowers and Designs for all Occasions Store 556 Fourth Avenue Opposite Post Office Greenhouses Charles and Texas been granted by Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue The plans have been drawn and work on the building will bo commenced at once CONDITION IS CRITICAIJ Thomas B McCabe commercial agent of the Illinois Central and one of tho best known railroad men hv this part of the country Is critically ill at his home near Cres cent Hill He has been in poor health fQr some time and the lastI report was that litlte hope was entertained for his recovery nAme TO JEFF Capt Jainea E Ryan formerly City Clerk has resigned tIne position held by him for the past five years at tho Government Depot at lit Louis and returned to his old home In Jeffersonvllle For forty years j Capt Ryan was employed In tire Jeffersonvllle Government Depot but retired when elected to tire City Clerkship FOR IJADOR DAY Forty iaofl labor unioM affUiatfd wltK the United Trad NIaluIIbor Assembly are prijarjnr for tie an nnalliAH day l I lSoDonII the fires iMonday in September J 1 Mens Blue Serge I Suits Special at 1250 Pure wool fast colors sizes 34 to 44 three piece suits Special purchase of 250 suits Special price 1250 LEVYS Third and Market Tine Bright Spot In LtulSYllle 5 I IfIDay I Were SunnyI- f UII III neer a cloud arose and we all had lots of wouldnt we have feu Everybody who thinks moneyIIIIought to try to HAVE II and have most it folks Start who a J ACCOUNT here which you may do with ONE DOLLAR and put all your spare dollars I into it to bear interest CON POUNDED twice a year and youll soon have money enough to count for something Ky Title v Savings Bank and Trust Co D Fifth and Court Place Open daily until 3 p m Saturday n7p m HONEY TO LEND c 1 r J u u- n KE ruosY IFeISH A rRxcapra 1 MASN 1t N OOHNINfiMINW IN N41N10N1NtrH 1 For Your Furniture Wants i iII WANT YOUR TRADE Ii it My stocks are the largest my prices 4 4the lowest and my terms the bestjj1 IJAMES GREENEi 425 427 and 429 East Market Street J t HNIiNNONMN ONHNNN4N ee o liranW Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET i 809 W JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 810 i HOMO PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS g3 s East Main Street u t tt tt D J DOUGHERTY S 1 MCELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT FuneralI Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MART STREET mANAIHNQ 4sN6+ 100000100444e + J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY St STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carr STREETBhortt ps NNNo HI It It t t t t t H t It It t It t II t It It tt t t If PINE WINES AJU K0hB7AGIIEB1 345 West Green r UQUOKI Streetii k TUOMASKEENAN f funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 ill tall promptly attended to day or night carriage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH w LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Wit and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 CENT Rl FURNITUREI Coe Incorporated ti W CorTkirdaodOrees Sis We tnrnleh the home cots plate on easy payments WMl CALLAQIIAN Mr Sales Dept 4 HERRMANN BROS IKPORTSRS FIMB WINES AND LIQUORS Dtotillws and Wholesale Deall txs Mr Finest Brands of Kea tttdryWbtoklesj especially Pearl of NelsonBOTTLED IN BOND TalaphSM iMa 1114 snrni mar r 4 F0R- Furniture Of Ill Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER i 419 W MARKET ST c Dive your boys an cducatloa tbat will pre pare them for life ST XAVIER5 COLL1Q 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky adeatiacandBthualnemaCouraeaPrepantory De partmeatane Swimming FeolWellKqtu 3ytama lum Terms Moderate Bro Jane C THOMPSON FLORIS JRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs ess FOURTH ATTENTJE Roth Telephones 1050 AllIofders receive prompt attention sad atifactionguaraBteed mm MOLDJ BUrJUtIJf Sta IId ftICJ6rICarIp A nutHoMINOld WliUkle a Spedaltr rr P L 540 Ws WAUHIT N tf Iil NEW LOUISYILEE JOCKEY CLUB j SPRING TwentyThree Days Racing Beginning Mayl 10 and Ending Kentucky Oaks MEETINGIFrank Fehr Stakes and Gentlemens Cup Today l1LI SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 will have a long rest not meelng until the third week next monthWith next mouth comes a change In the order of meetings for our local divisions Now York City Hibernians willl have a great field day and outing at Dexter Park on June 5 Division 1 will meet alone th second week in June and this will give members of other divisions nice opportunity for a friendly visit The Ladles Auxiliary meets next Wednesday night at Falls City Hall and the business to be transacted should bring out every member Judging from the number of tickets the ladles have sold the out Ing of Division 4 and the auxiliary at Phoenix Hill is an assured suc cess The fortyfourth annualathletic carnival of the Ancient Order 1In Philadelphia will take place at Washington Park on Saturday and Monday May 28 and 30 The Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul will be fully represented at the na tional convention They are holding frequent entertainments and have acquired a nice expense fund The County Board has got down to earnest work for the annuall cele bration which it is predicted will eclipse anything ever given before by the Hibernians of Louisville With the work for the State and national conventions and the differ ent outings of the local divisions before them June and July promise to bo busy mbnths for the Hibernians of the Falls Cities Mall Carrier Thomas ONeill for twentyfive years Secretary of Divis ion 1 of Minneapolis has been presented with a beautiful emblem in gold with diamond totting by his Hibernian friends The preliminaries incident to the formation Of a juvenile division were held Sunday at the Sacred Heart Hall In Superior WIs Over sixty boys signified their intention bf becoming members Division 2 of Syracuse initiated eighteen candidates at its last meeting A number of visiting Presi dents witnessed the work and an nounced that all wero working bar to make the order still stronger Division 3 Will have business of importance for consideration at the meeting to be held next Thursday night Committees will report and their discussion promises to be Inter esting President Patrick T Sulli van and Secretary Thomas Stevens urge all members to be present They will have cigars for all Division 2meets next Friday night and it is the duty of every member to attend Secretaries Meehan and Keaney have received several interesting communications and it is expected that action will be taken on a number of applications Before the adjournment the meeting wll1 be addressed by able speakers and in addition a number of visitors are expected i lUVEUVIBW PAKK interview Park the old White City has been renovated and made moro attractive than ever this year With its natural beauties and artificial embellishments it is second to no amusement resort in Louisville Signor Carlo Ullvlerls military band will furnish classic and popular music both afternoon and evening all of next week High class vaudeville stunts are booked for the theater and many muse ment devices will be in evidence The restaurant will be equal to alt patronfledI tastefulness of its cuisine 1Ve- sBroadway cars will carry you right to the gate Rlvervlew Park will an Meal place to see the comet nex week A special force of electricians will be on hand each night toar cometECOUNCILatTrinity Council held one of the lll largest meetings In many months llast Monday night One of the im portent features of the evening was a lecture by Dr Bernard J OCon nor on the Prevention of Con tagious Diseases This lecture was well delivered highly appreciated and was Instructive to all The Visit Ing Committee reported that Joseph Hoeher has fully recovered but that Leo Gunther is still confined to hie home As much routine work as possible was eliminated that the members might listen to the addrese of Dr QConHorv II rATHER SERA HDI II0XORBD Tho1 people of St Anthonys par Irb welcome the news that the Key QKChYMen1 the Very Rev Father Leo Oraullch nhobae been made Provincial of the Order of Minor Conventuals Father Seraphim hoe been one of theusistBBts at St Antheriys since iii ordination and is revered by young and o4 J L j t CUSCADENICE CREAMWITH Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 SPeerates to churches and lodges 3093111 Second Street Louisville ECRolled OatsA- ND Corn Flakes 1Oc- At Your Grocers JIM MlLHENXY AT THE HAM GAME Years ago I heard a song Are you there MorlarityeSince then I have heard a thousand But of a different variety The song was about a copper Who never drank any booze And while a watching on his beat Ho never took a snooze I strolled out to the park ono day ntnyForBut sport the time away I bought a score card at the gate And it was a surprise to me To see upon that score card The name of Morlarlty shortstopdFor all through that long game Ho never made an error Tho final inning came at last The score was threo to three When Bill stepped to tho plateSays I Are you there Morlarlty Bill hit that ball ah awful smash And to the fence it flew The crowd began to leaving For they knew the game was through For Bill had won the game you know The score was four to three That night In my dreams I heard the old song Are you there Moriarity- CONFIRMATION HIghlandevening at 730 oclock when Bishop ODonaghue administered the sacrament of confirmation to a class of thirty who had been Instructed and prepared by the pastor the Rev John J Fitzgerald Tho altars were specially decorated and th church was ablaze with myriads o lights Occupying coats within the sanctuary were tho Very Rev Vicai General CronIn and Rev Fathers s Patrick Walsh and George Weiss FONTAINE PERRY PARK vaudevllltc ous amusement devices continues to Ferrytl i Efreeafternoon and evening Fontaine Ferry Park is a great resort for women and children and almost an afternoon finds the place crowded with happy youngsters EXCELLENT RACING weekotUnoeach day brings fresh encomiums s for tho management of the New Jockey Club The feature event today will be the Frank Feh stakes and the Gentlemens cup Next week the big stake races wlllI1 Thursday urday Good cards are promised for each of the Intervening days HERE FOR WEEK Non B ftJohn nCon reeatna from the FoUrth+ Kentucky district and candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor arrived iIn Washingtonl The dtottngulbhed jreatlemaii In m8rtcanthnetlonaaWbIJJ1tgiven btuu political Interests r d I I I I Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanged A white hare lias been seen on the Loughinlca JBuntnins a rare sight to witness Tho Longford Urban Council has granted tho corporation laborers a two shilling weekly Increase in wagesJames Gorman aged 101 is dead at Trummon County Donegal For andIncomoThe Castlorea Board of Guardians have consented to tho expenditure of 4000 for tho purpose of providing a residence fqr the Sisters of Mercy employed as nurses The Gaelic League is very active In Klldare A dramatic class In connection with the Naas branch was recently formed and they will soon present two Irish plays Dr Dowse of Woxford who sustained an accident while cycling and incapacitatedfrom and up and about again verybeautifulthe grounds adjoining St Mryt chapel In memory of the late Arch deacon Smyth of Granard Tho Llstowel Urban Council has adopted a resolution in favor of the construction ofa railroad between LIstowel and Tarbert Tho cost of the scheme will be about 500000 Tho death has occurred in tho Convent of Mercy at Castlebar ot Mother Mary Gertrude Feeney in her s fortyighth proCessionAn imposing memorial cross has been erected over the grave in the chapel grounds at Corofln of the late Rev Mark Eagleton who was for many years parish priest of Cummer A much esteemed Derry citizen passed away in the person of Patrick Duffy general merchant father of the Rev Pro Patrick Duffy St Columbs and of the Rev l Duffy Thomas OLoughlin a Claro farmer charged with having taken part in an unlawful assembly and cattle drive was tried at Coroflo and discharged giving ball for his future behavior The Meath County Council adopt ed resolutions protesting in the strongest manner against the action of the Cunard Company In discon callforthoQueens wheretherogo before them said grand juries theQuarterthey had very little to do RaymondSlellyseveral towns KHericked mond County Longford in 1846 and was educated at St Mole and 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Af OUR STORE The Best Carpets and Rugs r The most courteous treatment and the most reliable business methods Low prices are linked to strictly firstclass merchandise making trading at our store absolutely safe and saving Hubbucli Bros Wen ndorff r INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET rJ j Gold Band China Free With Mulloys Coffees Teas and Baking PowderII Cup and Saucer or Plate in This Handsome Ware mrr IIMTII 2y4 lbs New Blend Coffee at 50c or LULL 11NIU 34 lb New Blend Tea at30c or Hill lib Baking Powder at40c MUJDLOY COFFEE ROSTER Home Phone UJJ 21Q1oV MAKIdBT STiitXK I esyffxsff j SHQESS AND SLIPPERS We have the most complete line of Footwear ever exhibited In this city which is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to make thei- rANDCOMMUNION CONFIRMATION i Vou will find here the latest and most exquisite styles In Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made VOLZ MICHAELe 336 WEST MARKET ST tf 0 IA O O O0FRESH EVERY SUNRISE tjj- ft fF Y- m Y lY TIPTOP 3- d1 1 0 ti c BREAD t ot- A yy tfss tY- tr rts xxv l SAVE THE LABELSa rotooeoSw1t txyooxtxotoxoI J 1 0 Jm u I WILLIAM BORGMANN SELLS AND SHIPSr WINES LIQUORS AND CIGAR- SAA I Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail n Family Trade Through Moil Orders a Specialty c 114 S SEVENTH STf LOUISVILLE KY AWNINGS AND TENTS I A large stock of tents en hands for saleI or rent We do jnore and better work than any one hree Orders by mall promptlyI attended to Etlmates cheerfully furnishe- dTent I N Kentucky z and Awning Co M BOTH PHONES 3427 IJWtf TURDs I1 OUTING DISCUSSED At Meeting of Division 4 A O H on Monday Night I IDivisionI 4 A O H held a well1 attended meeting on Monday night with President John H Hennessy I tho chair Michael Doyle was reported recovering from rheumatism Stephen J Toomey Is suffering from an aggravated attack of lung trouble and John Connors anI Michael McHugh were also reportedI the sick list The quarterly re Ion of FInancIal Secretary Langaa showed that Division 4 was holdln Its own numerically and financially Mr Langan was complimented tho completeness of his report Stephen J McEUIott Chairman of the Picnic Committee reported favorable progress In arrangements for tho joint outing of Division 4 and the Ladles Auxiliary to be given at Phoenix Hill ark on Monday July 20 Ho urged members to make re turns of tickets as soon as possible President Hennessy named Lawrence Meancy to fill tho vacancy on the Finance Commlttep It was an nounced during the evening that the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghun will attend the next meeting of the Catholic Federation which willl be held at the Catholic Woman- Club on tho evening of Juno 9 BANQUETED Mackin Council Gives Choral Club a Pleasing Treat Matkln Councils Choral Club en tertained its members with a ban quet at the Galt House last Saturda- night y The affair was given In ap predation of the efforts of the cast and chorus of Among the Stars Covers were laid for sixty and at leant that number enjoyed the feast Thomas D Cllnes was toastmaster but each successive speaker wa ftrced to Introduce her or his suc cessor Among those who respondc- to toasts were Mrs Esther Wb don 31ater Mien Abble Chester MIsa Lanna Long Aulyn ICanston Louis J Kloffer Charles Parsons Patrick King and Carl Zang Others who made brief addresses wore John T Kenney President o f Mackin Council Supreme Director James T Shelley Charles S Raldy and Shirley Cunlff After the ban quet the young folks enjoyed a dance until midnight The banquet was a slight appreciation of tho efforts of tho young folks In making the four performances of Among the Stars a success PLANS ACCEPTED And Work on St Charles Church Will Soon Be PushedIPlans have been accepted and contracts will scon be let for the erection of the now church of St Charles Borromeo Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets It will bo a stone and brick edifice and the es timated cost will be 50000 The work of removing the old church an pastors residence will begin afte the first communion and confirma tlon classes are disposed o The people of St Charles parish Ire uniting heartily with the Rev Father C P Raffo and there will1 be no dearth of funds to carry the work to a successful and speedy con elusion When the present church was built more than twentyfive years ago that section of the city Was settled very sparsely Now the church Is In the center of a populous and popular community HOME WEDNESDAY Colonels Poor Showing No Fault of Management The Louisville baseball club be gins a fourgame tortes at Columbus this afternoon ending with a double header Decoration day and will then Journey homo for a series each with tho four Western clubs the first game hero being with Minneapolis next Wednesday Two of tees o clubs Minneapolis and St Paul are sure pennant contenders and If Mil waukee keeps up their present gait they will be hard to beat The showing of the Colonels on the road has been a tsappointmen- to the fans and management alike Part of this bad showing can be at tributed to eomc feeling among tho team but the majority of games have been lost by hard luck and the sick and Crippled condition of the team One silver lining to the dark cloud has been the liberality shown spendingmoneywhich will prevent any criticism in that quarter ttlany opinions are being heard on all sides as to the somefoolishclass must be awarded to the CourierJournal young man who ad forlackI TUB CO FEDE ATE SPY The Francis Dramatic Club will Present The Confederate Spy at St Peters Hall Seventeenth and Southgate streets on the evenings of May 30 and June 1 which prom lees to be the seasons strongest amateur dramatic ucceswTRecompany include Manager A jt Ieterworth Jrt Jacob Huttl Frank Leonard Louis Cooties John Malhau Robert Cbomee Henry LogMton IOverestPIaW Master W Petarworth and Mlseea Margaret MtUiaus Rosa Smithy Bllubitk Pfu lb Mid Della SwlfLA number of excellent pttialUM have been arranged and filth the Rebel and- t t 1 RIVE RVIEWLouisvilles Favorite Family Resort Presenting High Class Vaudevill Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIGNOR CARLO ULIVIERIS RAND tbnC Joy Rideeverytbinj newgrander than evertake West Broadway cars E if FREEADMISn10NFREONTAINE THE PARK BEAUTIFUL I CLASS HIGH VAUDEVILLE I FREE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHTI EXCEPT SUNDAY y 300 P 8CO P TWICE DAILY BY GREGGS BAND NEW MASONIC Another Big Week Matinees Tuesday Thursday and Saturd- ayRoberBlanden Company IN ROMEO and JULIE Prices Nights ISc to SOc Matinees Best Scats 25c CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTT- This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es ypedally to Ledles and Children j PRI NCESS and Under the same management Wo present ouly the standard productions historic dramatic and comic SOCIETYDIRECTORYd A O 11 DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial Secretary Thos J Pola 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergcantatArais Louis Roller SentinelDavId 1S71ela- nDIVISI01 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William Meehan Financial Secretary Jno J Kenney 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 Sheehanr J itevens Financial SecretaryJohn G Hes don 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Jr SecretaryThomasLangan SecretaryJRecording Secretary John J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady CallaghanhanOutside SentinelMichael McDer uott DIVISION 1 JKFFERSONVII1LE cots on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording Mc jrody Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside ItMACKIN COUNCIL 205 ClubIHouse 344 North Twentysixth PresientJohn T Kenney Jl1CusJer1 tRecording re aryUobert Os orne I Corresponding SecretorY1Yilliam 4 Link Financial BecretaryrrFrank G AdamTreasurerAnn Weber blsirshsiAlley G I Inside Outside Sentinel Sentinel A WobbenII Union soldiers the company will bb J la large one XI1W ALBAXX RESIDENT DEAD The funeral of dames McEnany who died In New Albany on Sunda night took place from Holy Trinity church In that city on Tuesday morn lag His death occurred at the home of Ws+ daughter Mrs Adam Heckel 313 Thomas street Death Was due to1 a complication of all men sThree daughters survive They are Mrs john McGinn of Louisville Mrt Adam Heck el sail MiM Julia McUnany of New Albany I Mr McBaany was fiftynine yeAre old and Lad epeut the greater Iatrtti itll 1tttla Naw Albr II i r u- ii j CONCEALED WEAPON Responsible for Tragic Poe lice Officer Carrying concealed deadly weap ons was responsible for the death o Officer Frank Weber whose funeral took place from St Johns church on Wednesday morning Mr Weber died early Monday mornIng as the result of a revolver shot fired by Frank Mooro a negro The policeman was shot while In the discharge of his duty last Sunday night With Offi cer Michael Scanlon Weber went to quell a negro disturbance The two policemen had placed tout negroes two men and two women looseMfiredMfinally overtook and arrested him The deceased policeman is sur andGof 917 East Gray street and a sis ter Mrs William Brohm of 709 Vine street Ho was an exemplary young man had served In the I United States army and had been a policeman less than six months Attention has been called again to tho crime of pistol carrying In this city and State but the courts punishmentTwhite or black should receive tho full penalty of the law ROUTINE MATTERS Occupied Much Attention 0atMackin Council Meeting President John T Kenney presid ofAnlghtFrank amaintierJames Schremb3 Frank Kisser and Charles Smith who have been ill were reported Improving The re mainder of the evening was con sumed In the transaction of routine businessIt announced that the coun cil was planning for an excursion to Niagara Falls August 17 to 22 The announcement seemed to meet with popular approval and an unusually low rate has been secured Reports from the Opera Committee while only preliminary are Indicative of success In the recent production of councilnwill have Its next Initiation during the month of June which will be the last before the annual reports and Grand Council convention STATE CONTENTION Knights of St John Will LouisvillerTomorrow Tho State convention of tho Knights of St John will bo hold In this city tomorrow Many NewportCovington In the State tonight and on the early trains tomorrow After attend- Ing high mass at St Boniface church the business of the convention will be transacted In the afternoon there will be a street parade from Jackson and Green streets to Phoe nix Hill Park where the visiting anJ local commandorles will take part fancy drills InI The Knights of SL John is ono the strongest Catholic fraternal In suranco and social organizations In the United Staten and is particularly strong in the Eastern and Central States There are seven com mahdorlcs in Louisville It is ex pected that the convention will bring at least 500 visiting Knights and twice no many other visitors to Louisville tomorrow nOME GOEKS Are Already Invading Ire lane In Very Great Numbers The people of Ireland are prepar ing a grand welcome for their American kin who take advantage or the homecoming rates during the coming summer Theio Is hardly a city or town that has not scheduled some Eort of a celebration at somo time during the season and the latest advices from Ireland arc that the steamship companies are already unloading an unprecedented number of people at Irish ports As early as April 22 1250 Americans landed at Queenstown on one day Since then the number has increased Felseana or festivities for com petition In literature music and dancing will be held at the following places beginning June 1 and continu ing until July 24 Glengarlff Lire MeathtCaltraTara rlu1llngar Carlow Cork Black Rock Dundalk Kilkolly Knockarilla Kilkenny Ennlsklllen Mltchellstown Sklbberecn Castle blayney and Bantry The great cele bration of the Gael lo League will be hold in Dublin August 1 to 5 PORTLAND VS SHAMROCKS The Cincinnati Shamrocks one of semlprofessionalsteams Portland team tomorrow afternoon at Portland Park and the local club will have its hardest tryout of the season as the Shamrock team has proven itself capable of holding Its own with several of the big league clubs The Portland management deserveS credit for booking this highclass club at IIt show that they are not looking for easy marks to beat and at the same time gives the eHitbebestsemlunanimous opinion of the Portland patrons that the fielding of short = lnIIi U r f n ti SWAQAR SHERLEY FOR CONGRESS Subject to Action Democratic Primary 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