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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- p KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN IVOLUlIE XXIV NO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 4 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS I GREAT DAY v 4 I L Knights 01 St John hold Their Grand Coiumandery inl This City f I i ByLaws Changed to Make the Sessions Two Years Apart p Religious Business and Sociall i7 Features Were of Much IIntercstI STREET PARADE WAS IMPOSINGI f1 The Kentucky Commanderles of the Knights of St John one of the strongest Catholic Fraternal socie ties In the United Stated held their annual State convention in this city last Sunday and the event had re ligious business and social sides More than 600 uniformed Knights took part in the street parade and perhaps as many more visiting Knights were not in uniform Many of the visitors were accompanied by ladles and children The visitors came from Covlngton Newport Maysvillo and other points in Eastern Kentucky Many arrived by boat on Saturday evening while others arrived on early trains on Sunday morning Local Knights and delegates as sembled at St Bonifaces church for an early mass After the mass they repaired to tho school han ad Joining tho church and spent the remainder of tho forenoon in the transaction of necessary business Grand President William T Hohn horst of Covlngton occupied the chair Some time was spent in threading of officers reports and tho disposal of other rbutlnd matters Delegates from fifteen command cries took part in the deliberations All the reports showed that the Knights of St John in Kentucky wore sound financially and socially Tho Committee on ByLaws rec ommended very few changes and tho convention concurred in all the recommendations The most important change was to hold biennial Instead of annual conventions The next State Commandery will meet atNewport In 1912 Tho election of Grand officers brought the business session to a close The result was as follows Spiritual AdviserRight Rev C P Maes Bishop of Covington President William T John horst Covington FJrst Vice President Clem Who gand Louisville Second Vice President Cyrlllo Catteller Cincinnati SecrearyFrank F Lueke Coy Ington Treasurer Georgo Benz Belle vueJudge AdvocateFrank Brinkf man Louisville SorgeantatArmsrJohn R For Louisville The Grand President two Vice Presidents Secreary Treasurer and J Judge Advocate were chosen to servo as Grand Trustees Capt P J Breen of Louisville installed the officers The following Knights were chosen delegates to the Su promo convention which will meet nt Cedar Point Ohio June 19 fo 23 Col H G H Rellman Covlngton Martin Stephany Newport Frank F Lueko Covlngton Clem Wle I grand Frank Brinkman and P J- II I Breen Louisville William Weber schlagel Bellevue M A i MayBVllle William T SwiftII I Covington Joseph B Abel and William Rueff Louisville Robert Ellorman Newport and Frank Jbhaneman Covlngton While the business session was In progress the members of the Uniform Rank attended a high mass In St Bonifaces church Arrayed I In full uniforms and with flashing swords the Knights presented an I imposing appearance After the mass the Knights dispersed for din neroAt 130 oclock the uni o formed Knights assembled for the grand street parade Market street f east of Preston was the point of assembly The fifteen command erles aggregating 600 men lost no time In falling Into line and headed by a squad of mounted police and a brass band followed this line of march Market etto Jackson south to Green east past St Boni face convent and church to Clay south to Walnut east past St JJohns church to Shelby south to Broadway passing St Martins J church east to Underhill street and thence to Baxter avenue and Phoerix Hill Park At the park uniformed and un uniformed Knights were tendered ia reception and luncheon The Ladles Auxiliary of St Elizabeth an adjunct of the Knights oftJohn furnished a tempting luaeneon For several hours ths rMtors and local Knights andI ladled enjoyed themselves In social epnvOTsatlon All of the visitors wlelloud In praise of Louisvilles hespiialtty The ladles of St SUteabeths Aux iliary who served the luncheon were f Maedames Jpsepti Breen I Catherine Filer XllMbeth Betz Elisabeth I Btfcttjw Mohteakamp M Mullen r schaeger Elizabeth LOdenkeD per oK HoUenktmp MV Friedman andI I Miss Anna Gosmann Thy yere assisted by Mesdames Anna anlI Josephine Hlltorieh Susan Pttster Q= c Magdalona Rieger Barbara Rottnor Mary Henlo Nelllo Fisher Lllllo Fox and Frank Flec- kJJltIULTER DAYS Have Dawned For Ireland Says Noted Galway Priest Tho Rev Father McIIugh of Galway Ireland was the chief guest and principal speaker at the weekly lluncheon of tho IrIshltel lowshlp Club of Chicago last Satur day afternoon Among other things Father McHugh said A new Ire land Isjilslng lOut of the depths of English slavery like a star in tho firmament There Is no country in tho world that has made such progress as Ireland for the last twenty five years Tho chief reason for this Is fixity of land tenure which has been responsible for a revival of In dustry and education The land is Just emerging from the darkness of the penal code Ireland became subject to England and was forced to recognize Henry VII as King be cause it lacked a strong central power able to Unite all the tribes and clans With the country in that state the wily Saxon under plea of extending aid crossed the channel and obtained a foothold The great est battle has been the struggle of the remnant of Ireland against oppression and for freedom of thought The history of the country is writ ten in the ivy covered ruins that spread through the land Col John I Martin former Speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives was another guest of the Irish Fellowship Club He spoke on the life of Major Gen Tames Shields He said in part He came to this country and served It both In war and peace As a school teacher as Legislator as State Auditor mem ber of the Illinois supreme Court members of the House of Representatives and as United States Senator he served his adopted land in time of peace In time of war his biography stands among the bravest and most patriotic CATHOLICS LEAD I Census Report Shows Big Numbers in Larger Cities According to the United States ccnsur of religious bodies for 1906 the aggreagto umber of members or communicants of all religious de nominations in continental United States was 32936445 Of these the Roman Catholics alone had 12679142 as against 20287742 Of the total membership of the Roman Catholic church 279 per cent wore found in cities with it population of more than 300000- It Is seen therefore that the number of members of the Roman Cath olic church reported In cities of the first class was considerably more than double the number reported by all Protestant bodies while outside of the principal cities the number reported by the Catholics was only a little over onethird of the number credited to the Protestants Of the total number of communicants or members reported for the principal cities by all denominations 6307529 or 60 per cent belonged to tho Roman Catholic church while 3935341 or 374 belonged to Protestant bodies YOUNG HEROINE New orkors are congratulating Miss Annie Burke who presides over a newsstand at the One Hundred and Sixteenth street station of the great subway for her pluck and bravery Last Saturday an aged man overcome by vertigo fell on the track in the subway and two other men wont to his assistance They were aiding him to safety when the roar of the approaching train was heardlIl1ss Burke grabbed a lantern ran toward tho approaching train and succeeded Iin stopping it within a few feet of the men who seemd doomed to de struction Miss Burke Is only twen tyone years old I TIlE OLDEST ELK 0 Daniel OConnell of Owesso Mich has the distinction ot being the oldest member of the Elks fra ternity In America He wee Jn his one hundred and sixth year when Initiated recently and he expects to take part in the Grand Lodge reunion in Detroit next July ThIS seems not an unreasonable hope on hE1takesweek without any difficulty Many men of halt his age would hate to have that task before them If spared for the July reunion he will be the subject of especial honors at the hands of his brethren ot the Blks ARCHBISHOPS HOMECOMING 4 The home coming of His Grace Arefabfehop Moeller will be a metn orsWe event A meeting of Cincin- natI priests was held last week to Inaugurate preparations for a splen did welcome to their beloved bead returning from his first visit to Rome and his four months travel through Europe ana tfce Rely Land A ilrntiT oomfHMied of twenty prieatD ws appointed iat1 this raeet log with power to mike ill neos wry rrangeBKAtsf It WU daokied theAnhbreturn with 4 fine Automobile J i 4 r MYSTERIOUS II I Disappearance of Little Alma Kolltier Apparently Solved Skeleton With Portions 01 tiLe Decomposed Flesh Is Found People ot St Johns arlsh Are Loyal in Support of the Pastor REWARDS FOR MANS CONVICTION The people of Louisville have been disturbed very seriously this week by tho finding of the skeleton of a child in tho long forgotten sub cellar beneath the music room of St Johns school It is claimed that the skeleton is that of little Alma Kellner who has been missing from her home on Broadway near linn cock since December 8 Circum stances lead the police authorities to believe that the body is that of tho little girl but to many the Identifi cation is neither convincing nor satisfactory Certain facts stand out prominently Alma Kellner has never been seen alive since she left the home of her parents on December 8 Tho skeleton of a child with bits of decomposlrB flesh adhering to It was found In the subcellar of the parochial school on Monday The clothing and sliocs found with the skeleton have novd been satisfactorily identified by tlo parents of the missing child It Is also true that Joseph Wendllng a former Janitor of the church has disappeared His wife has been taken Into custody as an accessory to murder by the local detectives Wendllng and his wife are French They had been only two years in America and had learned very little English Ladles of tho Altar Society of St Johns parish who came in frequent con tact with Mrs Wendling regard her highly They believe that she has been very much illtreated by tho local authorities The whole thing has been a blow to the Catholics of all Louisville as well as those of St Johns parish Yet they have born up bravely un der the strainf The peopl6oti St Johns parish will stand by their pastor the Very Rev Dr Schuh mann until the incident is cleared and closed Tho strain upon him this week has been great but he has been equal to all emergencies Every Catholic In Louisville isI anxious for this mystery to bo cleared up Foul murder seems to have been committed The mur derer should be found and pun- Ished This is no time for Jumping at conclusions nor for blaming police or detectives for laxity of vigilance Reserve your Judgment until all tho facts are known For the Kellner family everybody has sympathy but this is not the occasion for idle words It Isa time for every man and woman to aid the police In unearthing the mystery and In establishing beyond a doubt the guilt of the murderer Rewards amounting to 4500 barb been offered for the arrest and con viction of the murderer up to Thurs day evening Frank Fehr a cousin of little Alma Kellner offered 1000 Cols John H and and Jam P Whallen offered another 1000 while the Generall Council offered a reward of 2500 for the arrest and conviction All late developments point to tho fact that the body found is that of Ama Kellner but the identification Is not satisfactory or convincing It Is expected that Gov WUlson will offer an additional reward on the part of the State and additional rewards may be forthcoming- If it can be1 proven that little Alma Kellner was assassinated anil her body buried in the subcellar none will be quicker to aid In avenging the crime than the Catholic people of Louisville MORE MEMBERS Now In Churches of United States Says Census Report Advance proofs of the special UnIted States census report show that the tate of Increase In the num ber ot religious organizations and communicants or members was much greater than the rte of in crease in the population of the principle cities between 1900 and 1906 The report shows thatfQr the area outside these cities the rate of increase In the number of organizations was approximately the same as the rate of Increase In pop ulation TB figures are taken from 160 principal cities ot the country CltUa hating a population of 25000 or more In 1100 were divided into four clause eleven cities of the first clOse had over 1 00000 population twentyseven cities of the second A class with between 100000 and 300000 forty cHUi of the third class with from 50000 te 100000 and eightytwo cities oft fourth class having from 15001 to SOOflO4aliabUnU The oelns report shows that this fliRt dais cities showed the greatest manes in the number f con munlcants of churches and claims that the result Is duo chiefly to the RomanI CLEMENS WIEGAND Elected First V ce President of the Knights f St John FESTIVE OCCASION i Jubilee of rather Cronin10 Will Assemble Many Clergy A great gath ring of priests of this and neighboring dioceses Will assemble at St Patricks church on Tuesday Juno 14 when the Very Rev Father James P Cronln V G will celebrate the twentyfifth anni versary of his ordination An elab orate musical programme has been arranged for the occasion The jubilee mass will begin at 10 oclock with Father Cronin ae celebrant of course The Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor of Sacred Heart church will be deacon and the Rev Father Dominic Crane Chaplain of Sts Mary and Eliza both Hospital will be the sub deason The Very Rev Dr George Schuhmann will be the master of ceremoniesThe will bo preached by the Very Rev William P Hogarty rf New Haven Ky Father Hogarty prepared Father Cronin for his first holy communion and gave him that sacrament Ho has been a closo friend of the present Vicar General for more than thirtyfive years and Is well able tpj speak of Father Cronin and hist queer OnMonda oune 13 Father Cronin will celebrate a solemn high mass for the chlfdren of the parish On this occasion Uio sermon will bo preached by thiwory Rov Father J L Clark O P Prior of St Louis Bertrands Convent On Sunday and Monday evenings June 12 and 13 the parochial school children will entertain Father Cronin his friends and people of the parish with a musical and literary programme On Tuesday after the jubilee mass Father Cronin will be the host at a breakfast to the clergy at Seol bachs Hotel About 200 invitations have been sent out and many of the clergy have signified their Intention of being present at the mass and breakfastThe of St Patricks church are arranging for their part in the celebration TRINITY COUNCIL Adjourned Out of Respect For a Deceased Brother Trinity Council transacted no business at its meeting on Monday night As soon as President VKEcker rapped for order the death o- Leo J Guenther an esteemed mem ber of the council was announced The meeting closed at once and tho members proceeded to the homo of the deceased where prayers were said for the repose of his soul It was announced that on next Monday night a speaker from tho AntiTuberculosis Society which is about to wage a tendays campaign against the white plague would Address the council All the members are working hard for the success of the annual picnic which will b3 given at Fern Grove next month CAPTrH1 HEINDIRK Pioneer Member oLthe Knights of Stl John POPK PIUS ON TUB COMET A cablegram fromRome to the New York World says Under the guidance of Father John G Hagen rYtlopePiuxtton of the halley comet leas remarked that scarcely warranted the ifOUIt had caused thr world 0 r 1 1 ir Z t MEMORY Of the Dead Heroes ot United States Jfavy Army alid Marines Military Mass Celebrated WithI Great Pageantry In Brooklyn Noted Chaplains Ofllciato antil Many Societies Took Part FATHER CHIDWICK PREACHED The eighth annual military field mass in honor of the dead soldiers sailors and marines of the United States army and navy was celebrated on the parade grounds of the Marine Barracks United States Navy Yard Brooklyn at 10 oclock last Sunday morning The service was held di rectly under the supervision or Gloucester Naval Camp United Spanish War Veterans assisted by the Long Island Chapter Knights ov Coi ambus and the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Brooklyn and New York The mass was supplemented with military pageantry grand music and the firing of artillery The celebrant ot the mass was tho Rev Father Matthew C Gleason U S IN ot tho Receiving Ship Han cock and formerly attached to tho United States flagship Connecticut In the trip around the world Rev Father McGronln Chaplain of tho Fire department of Now York City was deacon and the Rev Father Francis L Sullivan Chaplain of the Police department of Now York was subdeacon while the master of ceremonies was the Rev John F Nash LL D rector of the Church of the Sacred Heart and who for many years ministered to the sailors and marines of the navy yard The sermon was preached by the Very Rev John P Chldwick now President of Dunwoodie Seminary but formerly Chaplain of the ill fated battleship Maine Past District Deputy Arthur S Somers ot the Knights of Columbus had the direction of a choir ot 100 voices with orchestra and piano accompaniment The choir and orchestra Interpreted selections from Gounods1 nTasses7 BurHilitsniidthis all tho music The navy yard band the Sixtyninth Regiment band and the bands of the police and letter carriers rendered special programmes The mass was celebrated undo an imposing altar and canopy erected by the Long Island Chapter ot tho Knights of Columbus A plat rorm five feet high was erected for the altar The canopy or dome was decorated in blue white and gold representing the heavens Four Corinthian columns supported the canopy A profusion of flowers doe orated the altars After the mass the flowers were taken to the varI- ous cemeteries to decorate the graves of the soldiers sailors and marinesAt elevation of the sacred host the roll of drums was heard and a salute was fired from a field- piece while the officers brought their swords to salute and the Marine guard of honor formed a cross at the altar The military formation on the parade grounds was under the command of Major P M Bannon The assembly and forma tion on the street approaching the navy yard was under command or Grand Marshal Walter F Allen of Gloucester Naval Camp No6 It Is estimated that at least 20000 persons were in attendance at the mass though many were unable to get close enough to get oven a glimpse Of tho altar Hibernians and Knights of Columbus vied with the military organizations in swell- Ing the throng The military field mass for dead toldlors and sailors is not new In European countries but it was first celebrated in America eight years ago by the Rev Father Ramey then a Chaplain in the United States navy Since then it has been celQ brated annually and each year the attendance fa greater and the serv ices more elaborate SACRED HEART Of Jesus Honored by Catholic This Month Yesterday was the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and was ob served in all Catholic churches in Louisville but the principal peJebra tlon was held at the Church ot the Sacred Heart Seventeenth and Broadway The Rev Father Pat rick Walsh celebrated a high mass at7 oclock Ifwas followed by sacramentFriday of the month the servlcfjs left all the churches both morning and i evening Were well attended As May iis devoted to the honor of Mery the Mother vot God June Iin a special manner dedicated to the honor of the cr4HrtorJesus Observation of the first haiHJcomecOmCatholic families there are who do DOt LJeatlleast one member that receives holy communion on thejJ first Friday of each month PopeI Pius X has explained that the ob ject of adoration Is the real physi cal heart of our Lord and Saviour lovingheartson of the Word made Flesh maul testing his love in his divine heart TOUCHING STORY Of Missionary Among the Derelicts of New York The Rev Father Luko J Evers Newlthe United States to celebrate an early morning mass for newspaper men and night workers conducts a mission on tho Bowery It Is known as tho Mission of the Holy Name It is nonsectarian in character no questions are asked any of the visitors as to whether they are Jew ot Gentile Catholic or Protestant Good behavior is all that Is expect ed Services are held every Sunday and Wednesday evenings when A short sermon is preached and the entire congregation Joins in singing hymnsVery recently tho Rev Fathom Thomas Judge a Vlncentlan con ducted a mission for 4hese unfor t nates He relates tho following IncidentJust as we wore about to start the services word was received from the organist that she had been taken suddenly ill and Father Evers announced to the congregation the news adding You must all sing out You know the May hymns They are familiar Now all aind out As ho repeated theso words a man In the audience rose and hastily following him down the aisle said4 I can play Father let me play organInFather Evors turned and saw that tho speaker was one of the many unfortunates whom hb had noticed at the Holy Name mission Ho was between fifty and sixty years old but his countenance still retained marks of refinement and evidence that he had seen better days 4Can you play my man Are you sure Well go up In the organ loft and lots hear what ou can do In a minute the volunteer or ganist was at the keyboard and as the strains of Holy God We Praise Thy Name filled the church the con gregation recognized the skilled hand of the musician playing wltn feeling Aspirations defeated am bitions unfulfilled wore heard In the voluntary nndthe thought came to me that at least one soul had been reclaimed He gave his best and then went away before any one could learn his name DISTINGUISHED Churchmen Visit Sacred Heart Retreat for Day I The Very Rev Father Jerome Provincial of the Passlonists for j the Western province of the order arrived in Louisville on Thursday accompanying the Very Rev Father I Joseph First General Consultor of t the order Father Jeromes headquarters I are in Chicago while i Father Josephs quarters are in I Rome Next to the General Father i Joseph is first in command ot the i Passlonist congregation lie came to America recently to bring five Passlonist nuns the first members of the order to come to the United States They have established a i convent in Pittsburg and already I have five postulants Father Joseph I Is an American Both Fathers i Jerome and Joseph left Friday for i St Louis and from there they will i go to Chicago whore tho new l Passlonist monastery is to bo dedi cated on June 12 j Very Rev Fathers Daniel Mr Guire C P and Very Rev Father Wilfrid Avery of Sacred Heart i Retreat will represent that Instltu J tlon at the dedication Archbishop c Quigley will conduct the services YOUNG LIFE CLOSED The entire parish of St Cecilia I mourn the untimely death of Miss j Susan Cooper who passed away at her home 2524 Slevlri street on Tuesday morning Death followed a serious attack of lung trouble Miss Cooper was twentyflvfe years old and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry J Cooper Besides her parents she is survived by a sister Mrs Edward Hannlgan of Indian apolis and three brothersHarry and John Cooper of Louisville and Edmund Cooper of the United States navy Miss Cooper was a- very devout Catholic Several years ago she felt called to a religious life and entered a convent Ill health caused her to return home Few young ladles in Louisvlllp were more highly regarded and the attendance at her funeral which took place from St Cecilias church Thursday j morning was a manifestation of the esteem In which she was held XAZARBTIT c The annuall commencement ex rciscs at Nazareth Academy will take place on Thursday morning June 16 beginning at 980 oclock NAzareth ibelng one of the roost noted female educational JInmtu oni IriUis Southern BUtWtbere J will be a large number of Isltbrs t andV special will be run thatmorn 1t tog from thif city 1 o J GRATffULJ King George V Is Said to Be Favorable to Irish Home Hale Tories and Liberals Arc Unable to Agree on Plan For Compromise Lord Itosebcry Insints on II Scheme For Itciorm ot Peers IRISH PARTY IN THE ASCENDANT The cause of home rule for Ire enormouslythrough VII says T P OConnor M P and able lieutenant of Hon John TS quallfles ward wanted the question settled and would have been glad to have opened a home rule Parliament In Dublin himself if circumstances all lowed It King George V feels grateful for the messages of sym pathy to him and his royal mother by his Irish subjects It is the first time in the history of the union between Ireland and England that even a few communities of Irishmen expressed sorrow over the death of an English King It is believed that expressions of sympathy from his Irish subjects will do much to ward Inducing King George to favor gladlyhaveBut the struggle in Parliament will not be decided for several weeks Will tho next general elec Lion be hold in September or Janu ary The result Is open to doubt The Tories aro divided and Kin George does not want to begin his reign with something akin to civil war Rumors of compromise are in the air but it is difficult to see how a compromise can be devised which will give each party all It wants The Liberals must have the powe to pass home rule for Ireland and the disestablishment of the Welsh church despite tho House of Lords The Tories may not object to this so much as they object to other forms of legislation and the advo cates of protection or tariff reform as they call Itareso anxious to secure protection that they are tanxious to be rid of homo rule for Ireland and disestablishment for WalesNobody can forecest the future until Parliament opens The chief discussion in the Journals of the rival parties is over the proposed coronation oath Sane opinions accept the desirability of sparing the insultInghisenough rabid Protestantism Is left to show that opinion is not unan imous and that a Ministerial measure can not pass without opposition in Parliament When things become normal the Liberal programme changoInthere may be a change of dates for the consideration of important measures It is believed that a bill dealing with an appropriation for the new King probably will meet with less opposition than on the previous occasion everybody being J anxious to spare him unnecessary worry at the beginning of his reign Lord Rosebory insists that he will not waver in his purpose to reform the House of Lords Some are of the opinion that his plan will augment rather than curtail the power of the Lords The real point at Issue 1Is whether the next general dee Lion will come In autumn or January The Laborites the Radicals and the Irish Parliamentary party will insist upon an early date Parliament will not reassemble until next Wednesday and this rendnrs any discussion of politics at close quarters impossible Mean while both parties have leaders out making speeches as if the contest was now on The disturbances in Cork follow- Ing the appearance of Hon John B Redmond Devlin and OConnor are deplorable but at the same time have no injurious effect on the solidarity of the Irish party It is a certainty that the Rcdmonitea win be stronger than ever as a result of the next election ENTERS URSULINE CONVENT j11r9 Louisville received the habit and white veil of an Ursuline novice in atCincinnatiRevFatherJofficiating clergyman and liewaaassisted by several others Among k11 those who attended the ceremoniEs were Mr and MraY A Wathea parents of the novice and JB ufleieMrs ery Ala her grandmother andi other relative from St Louis Chi ago Ypsllanti Mich and other point r THIRTY MOBIl PRiHSTS 00rt JunO Jth Most ftev Art edatwontySetalts tothwillki t rerMtr 0 0II IRISaoAltIERIOANDKNT OKV KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN leveled to the Social tad Moral Aava cclI1c cst of Irish AmerJcaaa and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Men u Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COInarporated Publleho SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C EnUred it the Leultvtll PottoHlce n S condCI fUtttf AfMrM ill CoBHiHolcatloDS to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St u LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 4 1910 f GENTLE INDERI Superiors of Catholic schools colleges and academies should remember that tho homes Into which I II homesjfrom1 J This Is a reminder that season I anfordl academies Is at hand ATTENTION DEMOCRATS All Democrats should remembe- I that a primary for the purpose olII nominating a Democratic Congres- man for this district will be held t Louisville and tho County ox Jefferson noxt Tuesday The polla In the various precincts will remain open from 6 oclock In the mornin until 4 oclock In the afternoon Evory Democrat owes It to tho city State and nation to go to his polling place and to vote for the one h considers the best man RECKLESS MOTORING The collision of the Salvage Corps automobile and a Broadway trolley car last Sunday emphasizes the fact that the Fire department and Salvage Corps attempt to make too much speed Every tlmo there Is the reckless endangering 01 life and limb Strenuous measures ought to be taken to prevent this Criminal negligence Only a few months ago a Louisville Fire Chlet was killed en route to a fire and on more than one occasion firemen an members ol the Salvage Corps haye been seriously injured The Gener Council ought to save our citizens a from danger to tholr lives and limbs and save the city from damage suit AWAITS KINGS PLEASURE Hon William Redmond M P I has written a letter to the British Prime Minister anent the coronation oath so offensive to all Catholl subjects of tho English King Mr Redmond says In his epistle You may remember that upon the second reading of the Catholic disability bill moved last year youl spoke very favorably of removing from the royal accession oath tho words which are so very offensive to Catholics Tho view of yours so well expressed met with I believe I favor from all quarters of the House with some few exceptions Indeed most of those who did not favor my bill as a whole expressed themselve- In favor of removing the words fIni the royal declaration of which com plaint Is so justly made by Catholics throughout the empire and the world Under the present sad circumstances this matter becomes immediately pressing and I venture to ask you to take such steps as may be necessary to relieve the now r King from the obligation of using language at the commencement o hls reign which must deeply wound the pride and outrage the Jeel of so many people everywhere The matter of the objectionable words in the coronation oath is now up to King George and his Ministers If he refuses to take the oath ho wit 1 be King none the less If h swallows It ho will lose the respectt of 12000000 of his own subjects and of many more mllliona throughout the world ITALIANS AS CITIZENS The editor of the New York Worldk I pays a well deserved tribute to tbo Italian contingent lu the UnitedI States The editorial was In respons to the query Why are Italians classed as undesirable citizens Inl response the editor of the WorldI saysUsuallyit Is safe to say such clawlflceUon is made by unthinking parsons unacquainted with the sterling qualities of the great maN ofltallRR Immigrants In the vast number which reach these ehorea from Italy there are undoubtedly r many whom the mother country IU glad to lose but this claw make upi t i but a very small proportion of the Whole Generally the Italian Immi grant Is industrious peaceful andI thrlftr courteously considerate of the rights of others and eager to 1m prose the condition of himself and his family The puceww of thens Italian and the plCtthey are winning in iaduetrialand rem me 1aI America constitute the but defence against the slanders o which our correepohdefit writes i wt4ihk the Italian la Ixjutarille will iadorte every word of the New York editor The Raffoi Ifontedoalcoc GAttoii I y Gazzolas Repettos Zan I IIRagglos and others like tbemII havo helped to make Louisville a great city Italian immigrants make l 1 good citizens Let us have more of them 1 CORRECTS MISTAKEN IDEA I J Some comment has been caused in certain Catholic circles because It t was alleged that Archbishop Bruchesl of Montreal celebrated a forrthe late King Edward That ad J byswasnnot a requiem mass since the late King was not a Catholic but a mass I to invoke Gods blessing on the royal I Britishgempire Archbishop Begin of I Quebec also celebrated a solemn I high mass In his Basilica Both these theeI I I j churchs discipline as stated by the WrItIIngI Victorias death ho said to his diocesans Of public services for the i I dead tho Catholic church knows nono but such as she has Instituted for the souls of her own childienI For them the requiem mass th solemn absolution and tho I CatholicII funeral service form memorial service for the dead In her liturgy I I INDECENT POSTERS TABOOED dMayor Gaynor of Now York has joined forces with Mayor Fitzgerald againstalj I I Indecent theatrical posters No doubt the Chief Executives of other ofsI Mayors Fltgerald and Gaynor The Theatrical Dill Posters Association saw the storm coming and at a meeting held In Cincinnati last week decided to taboo the Indecent poster No more tights or nude figures are fo be displayed This coming when the present theatrical season Is closlnr and when man agera are preparing for next year IsI very timely and to be commended Statewide prohibition that failed I to prohibit is considered a Joke in Alabama Out of 105 members of prohlblUon e elected You can not tool all the people all the timet TOURsI The visit to America of Hou John Redmond Thomas P OCon nor and Joseph Devlin who are the inParliamentextendedthanmany invitations from all sections of the receivedby bigcitieswill countryfAmericaof andaprospects 1 GREAT CATHOLIC CENTERS United States census reports torI J 1906 say that the cities In the I largestocommunlcants I 816perpercont J contProvidence I centSt t centand I percentII I DOUBLE CELEBRATION iMr and Mrs Philip Schevene and Mr and Mrs Matt Willinann I popular atCovington ii- l anniversary ot their wedding by j l SGAloysius I crowdedtheJubllarlans held receptions at their respective homes I CALLED CATHOLIC PHYSICIANS J I J Bostonrecentlyphysicians I the purpose of furthering the sclettcertt I alongatrlctly of18treng oftheir J 1 SUMMER SCHOOL The Cathblia Bummer School atCUll Haven N Y will open Juno 27 and continue until September 9 I etrjThOJOaa os lh principles ory ins pxyo logy or education by die rlnruljhed prpfceiors of u Catholic Uairefrtty of Asa rfott iS0B rvljJI Miss Anna Belle Keller of Indian apolis Is visiting Miss Marian Gleason Mr and Mrs James J Clary are now occupying their new home 2805 Fourth avenue I Mrs Patrick Cain and children have been visiting her mother Mrs Curley at Smithfield Mr and Mrs Martin J Carroll are expected to return from a trip to Chl ago and Niagara Falls next week j Miss Edna Murphy has gone to Indianapolis to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs George A Perry Mrs Mallie Murphy of South Louisville spent last week at Earl ington visiting her daughter Mrs Hale Among the charming brides of the week was Miss Clara Wempe who on Wednesday became the wife of Carl F Rehm Mrs J H Welsh and daughter Miss Katherine of South Louisville have been spending the week with friends In Bardstown Miss Louise Shelley was the honor guest at several social functions while the guest of Miss Agnes Welch last week at Midway Miss Anna Blanche McGlll and her sister Miss Josephine McGill spent several days this week as theII guests of friends in Lexington Mr and Mrs Richard Higgins and anllIat Beechmont Mies Mary Winifred Speak Will leave for Indianapolis on Monday toIact as maid of honor at the wedding populareundertaker capital John T Robinson and wife of Tampa Fla have been visiting in Now Albany the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Cain 212 West Second street and Mr and Mrs Charles Callahan East Oak street Mr and Mrs M J Murphy an nounce the approaching marriage of their daughter Mary Agnes to Edgar E Smith The wedding will be solemnized at St Charles Bor romeos church on Juno 16 Mrs Nelse Struck and Misses Emma Whitler and Gertrude lUteIgave a largely attended and delight ful miscellaneous shower for MIssI Margaret Driver whose marriage was solemnized on Wednesday Miss Catherine and Master Shea McCann were hosts to the members of their confirmation class last weekI at their home on Frankfort avenue and the entertainment was fully ape preciated ant will be long remem bered by the youthful guests Capt and Mrs Thomas Mannix of Rogers street gave a reception Sunday afternoon and evening in honor of the first communion and confirmation of their eldest sonIMaster Roy Mannix A delightful supper was served and many friends of the family enjoyed their bounti ful hospitality I William A Link entertained his fellow employes of Herman Tafels electrical establishment with a Dutch supper on Monday evening Among his guests were C Sauter E C Monhelmer A Ochs E Stutz F Schunuck A A Link L SayerI Mrs E Glenn Mrs C Sauter and Mrs V Link During the afternoon enjoyable games were playedI Emma May Garvey the bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs I David B Garvey 2319 West Main street entertained most delightfully last Sunday evening In honor of her little girl friends In her first com munion class A special table was prepared for them illuminated wIthJJ varlcolored lights and the littleIhostess made the occasion a happy close to a happy dayII j Miss Ada Marie Walsh and Rich ard E Wathen were united in mar I rlago at the Cathedral on Wednea c day afternoon Tho Rev Father J Rock performed tho ceremony Only I members of the immediate families of the contracting parties were present The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Walsh and In one of the most highly steam pUshed girls In the Southtl Miss Margaret Martin daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred F Martin of 432 East Gray street received the sacraments of Holy Eucharist and churchlastthe event her parents hold a recep tion at their home on Sunday afternoon and evening Among tbq guests were Mrs M Mallon Mr and Mrs P J Mallon Mr and Mrs Dan Stlglltz Mr and Mrs J W Gray Miss Feral Cox and Mr and Mrs M Harbison Miss Margaret Driver and Albert Kanzler were united in marriage in the purlers of Sacred Heart Retreat Newburg road oh Wednesday Mr and Mrs Kanzler are popular young people of the East End Owing to a recent death In the famllyof the bride the wedding was a quiet one Mrs NeVw Struck tendered hetbride a mirteellaneous shower t rooms were decorated in pink and white sweet peas Mr and Mrs Kanzl rhaverece1vedmanyeonI- ratul Uonsand well wishes for their future happiness MORAL CLUBS SUCCH8SS Good crowds IMW the presentation of The Pirates of Pealsartoabf the MaeeatareTheaterIl evening Both the quit Miff charai r acquitted themselves admirably and I many numbers drew encores The voices were good and the cos turning left nothing to be desired The vociferous applause put every young man and girl in good humor and the result was a snappy and pleasing performance- ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT I The annual commencement exercises of the Presentation Academy Will be held in the school hall Fourth and Brecklnridge streets at 10 oclock on Monday morning June 13 The graduates this year will be Misses Eva F Heck Ethel M Dupaquler Adele E Cast Mary D Hollenkamp Edna E OBryan Mar guerite E Ryan Anna C Ryan Elizabeth M Shea and Isabella C Shea Tho literary graduates will be Misses Ruden P Dauer Mary L Bax Lillian M Boland Marie E Coggeshall Florence E Merhoff Ruth E OConnor and Florence AL Schlldt WILL GO ABROAD The Rev Father George G for rles who has been assistant pastor of St Marys church New Alban and who has been acting rector since the death of Father Faller expects to leave for Europe as soon as a new pastor is appointed for St Marys The members of the parish have presented him with a sub stantial purse and ho expects to go to Germany to take postgraduate course Father Berries Is one of the ablest young clergymen in this section of the country and his friends predict that higher honors In the church await him SACRED HEART CHURCH I Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue will visit the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway and ad minister the sacrament of confirmation to a large class of children who have for some time past been re ceiving Instructions from the pastor Rev Patrick Walsh The Altar So ciety ladles have prepared for the occasion and with the sanctuary adorned with flowers and aglow with lights the services will be beau tiful and Impressive Parents and friends of the children will throng the church FAREWELL PARTY Misses Della Alice Mary and Margaret Murphy of Parkland who left this week to join their father John A Murphy at Cairo III were the guests of honor at a farewel party tendered by Misses Dolly and Catherine Schelm Quito acrowd of young folks assembled to bid faro well to the young ladles Mr Mur phy for thirty years prominent in Catholic and Hibernian circles has been made Superintendent of an axehandle factory In Cairo whore his wife and children joined him this week FAITHFUL PUBLIC OFFICIAL Dr Samuel H Garvin has resignedl his office as jail physician after a continuous service of thirtythrco years Always a Democrat ho was respected by Republicans and was never removed even when that party was In power Dr Garvin was born In Louisville His parents were pioneer Irish immigrants The doc tor has always been proud of his Irish lineage Kindly courteous energetic and cultured he made an Ideal public officer All his friends wish him peace and contentment In his retirement WELCOME VISITORS Rev William J Howlett of Col orado one of the most widely known priests in the Far West and Right Rev Mgr J P Ryan of Davenport Iowa and his niece Miss Mary Ryan were welcome visitors here this week They spent several days with friends among the local clergy and expresed themselves both stir prised and pleased with Louisville and Its progress Father Hewlett spout several years In Kentucky anti Is tho author of a history of S Thomas Seminary NEW ALBANY CHILDREN Thirtyfive boys and twentyseven girls received their first holy com munion at Holy Trinity church Now Albany last Sunday morning The mass was celebrated by the pastor tho Rev Father Charles Curran The Rev Father Ryan assisted In the ceremonies It is the largest class in the history of tho parish Happy parents and relatives of the little ones crowded the church to witness the edifying sight TALKtTO OWENSBORO KNIGHTS Attorney J J Kavanagh will go OweYisboro next Tuesday to deliver an address before Owensboro Council Knights of Columbus Ha has been Invited by Col James S Rodman a prominent member ot Owensbore Council its Lecturer In fact and IB also Treasurer of tbo Kentucky State Council Mr Kav anagh will talk on The Power otIExample ASKS FOR REMEMBRANCE The Rev Father Charles ChrIst= mae d P formerly of St Louis Bertrand church and Chaplain of DtvISlon4A0 IL is now attachei to the Dominican priory at New Haven Conn In lletters to local friend he asks to be remembered to hIt Hibernian friends in Louts sills JOINT rtt7lvfo- Diyleton4 and the Ladies Aux iliary AO H will hold a Joint picnic at PhoenlnHili Park on Mon day June 20 Both organization lare working hard to make the af fair a social aad financial success TAULISJmSNEWnBCORD The number of graduates otSt 4MItabUfheaaCatholic collages Nearly J50 men will rc lve their decree the Various departments thli I aOl 1Cn t f 1 GOSSIP From tIle JBtornl City TliatTVlll Interest Many Catholic 1IjAn Extraordinary Honor Conies to Bishop OConnor oCNew ark N J Pilgrims From theUn itctl States Are Received by Holy Father ARCHBISHOP MUELLER EXPECTED Cable advices to the New York Herald state that the Right Rev Bishop OConnor of Newark N J and the Right Rev Bishop Fox of Marquette Wis have left Rome arid that they will proceed home ward by easy stages visiting several European countries en route Bish ops Fox and OConnor spent two weeks In Rome and each had two audiences with Pope Plus X Each gave a good account of his stewardship Before leaving the Pope nom inated Bishop OConnor as Bishop Assistant to the Pontifical throne This is an honor only enjoyed in the United States by Archbishop Farley of New York OConnell of Boston Keane of Dubuquc and Bishops McDonnell of Brooklyn and Schwebach of La Crosse The privilege gives the recipient the right to a special place In all great Papal functions to special of fices In connection with the persopt of the Pope and carries with It the dignity of noblllty It IIs always bestowed in honor of tho Popes ap preciation of services to the church and to the Holy See Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati Is expected in Rome this week He too will make his report by a spe cial privilege for according to the new rules American Bishops are dis pensed from this obligation until 1911 Monsignor D J McMahon Presi dent of the Board of Charities of the archdiocese of New York was also presented to His Holiness last week Tho Pope showed deep Inter est In the workings of the thirtysix different charitable organizations of which Monsignor McMahon is the head He inquired especially about thq Italians in New York and was greatly pleased with the efforts made to help those who are poor or In danger of losing the faith Pope Plus also praised tho Cath olic Summer School of the Empire State for Its efficient work along lines of intellectual culture The Pontiff also praised highly the work of tho St Vincent do Paul Conference and the union under the patronage of St Elizabeth ot Catholic women engaged in char itable work throughout the United States He sent his cordial blessing to the conference of this latter body which Is to be held in Washington September 25 to 28 under the aus pices of Cardinal Gibbons and Mon signor Falconlo the Apostolic Dele gatePopd Plus also received at tho same time the Rev D L Brady ot New York and authorized both him and Monsignor McMahon to give tha Apostolic blessing to all their people on their return A party of several hundred Americans returning from the Holy Land stopped at Rome last week and paid their respects to the Holy Father The American visitors were presented by Monsignor Kennedy Rector of the American College Pope Plus addressed them briefly expressing his pleasure at seeing them gathered aroUnd him after such a long journey He bade them show by their lives that they had I profited by their pilgrimage to holy I places and to the Eternal City Archbishop Moeller who is head of this province as well as of the church in Cincinnati will have something to say of the diocese of Louisville in giving an account ot his stewardship RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Herman Belke took place from St Peters church Sun day attended by a large number ot sorrowing friends and relatives Though in falling health for the past nine years the deceased watt not tuken down until three weeks ago He was in business and resided at 1803 West Broadway and Is survived by his mother and two brothers Louis and Andrew Belke and one sister Mrs Kate Drleher Funeral services over the remains of Frank NIedrlngbaus a well known member ot the Catho dral parish took place Monday morning and were largely attended The deceased was popular in busi ness circles but for the past four months had been suffering from Brights disease He leaves a wife Who was Miss Josle Houlihan and a young daughter for whom there Is widespread sympathy In their bereavement Edward JCruBh thirtyeight Superintendent Leather Company died at Iris home 1429 Frankfort avenue on Tuesday night He Ila survived by his wife his mother and three sons William Chester and Joseph Crush The de ceased was a brother of Charles L Crush of the Atlas Coal Company and of William Crush of Texas The funeral which was attended by many friends and relatives took place from the Church of the Bleeeed Sacrament on Thursday morning SUSrAlNHD SHRIOUS INJURY Agra Catherine Barks who BUS Uinod a broke hip ae the reeult of a fall at the lhorn of Tier daugk p U- t w Ii STEWART DRY GOODS CO t 4 BtuineM Established Stxtrthree Yean r tEWYOIt SrO E The Household Club Plan i t And What It Means to the Man of t Modest CircumstancesT- he HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN was created for the benefit of the purchaser of modest medns who desires the best and most substantial Furniture Carpets Rugs China Kitchen Cabinets Curtains Sewing Machines Refrigerators House Furnishings Etc i For his home and has not the necessary capital to pay cash By this plan the necessary purchases may be made and the payments t therefore made on a weekly or monthly basis as best suits you Those who purchase on this easy payment plan do so at tits ADVERTISED PRICES AND ARE ON THE SAME BASIS AS CASH CUSTOMERS The fees whichare charged for the various clubn are as follows 1 1 A nominal fee is charged for joining the Club The fee is2pO for the 5000 Club 300 for the 100 Club and 600 for the 20000 Club etc 2 Ten per cent of purchase is paid at time of purchaseJJ 3 Minimum payments are as follows Purchases to 2500 payments 100 a week 400 a monthlPurchases 2500 to 5000 payments 150 a week 600 a monthPurchases 5000 to 7500 payments 175 a week 700 monthPurchases 7500 to 10000 payments 200 a week 8 00 I JsameFull particulars may be had at the credit office fourth floor I STEWART DRY GOODS COIncorporated i IM CONNECTION WITH JAMtS UcCHEEBY da CtJ NEW YORK KODAK SUPPLIEStt And Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING GRAND EXCURSION i- TO r FERDINAND ND Via the Southern Railway and New Ferdinand Railroad V Given bYtheaa SUNDAY JUNE 121h 1910Children Under 12 years Half Fare Under 5 years Free Train leaves Union Depot 7th and River at 7 a m sharp Returning leaves Ferdinand at 730 p m s i Ii WHYErnE NOT ff- i 4 j 1 j HOME TELEPHONE FOR LONG DISTANCE TALKS Service The Best SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150i ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City ofCincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves wlmrfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 A m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7p m- ROUNDTRIP ONLY soc ter A4ra Mary H Miller 1Q3 South Seventh treat IB resting as well as could h eijmeted at SU Mary and KliMfeeik HospitallOwhig to her advanced age k It feared that her recovery will be lowHer friends and relatives hope for lker- ermanent rtttorcvtton to health- n N 321 W Jefferson i tOpp Interurban Station Round Trip Tickets 150 11 LESELIAFor All Kinds of FEVERSI For Intermittent and Bilious Fevers Fever and Ague and and all other Malar- Ial Fevers Typhus Typhoid and Yellow Fever For Fevers resulting from La Grippe Catarrh Etc PRICE 50 CENTSnNefle Genuine Withottt+ Signature ef Brotner DnnnlSa I IOF SACRED HEART RETREATePREPARED 1 3- YIFIIA COO f52 SIXTH STREET Louis vllk 1 Kmttucky At JMriiiiiiyir ail aN tncitok F C i f- IxI 1TTUOKY IRItIx A 1 T 11 For Your Furniturei WantsI1 I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best e JAMES GREENEU 425 427 and 429 East Market Street lit Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice JCarriages 9 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O l HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS sas mast Main Street D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES 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BOND M4 SIXTII tHHTeiphle4L FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to I WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Dive your boys as education that will prey pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted l y the Xaverian Brother CUuieal Scientific and JUlnelll Couraea 8ratory De partmentJargeawimmingrolweuHgnlppedymnaInm CBr THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both TelephOMCs 1080 All orders receive prompt attention ud satiifactlonKuaranteed HENRY fiUriOLD BRAIXRIM u Sfljllid s Fincy Gneiriis A MA1CLAUrlAMfttMIMtNI n Old WUtkiw a BpMbH NeMP aG1 r NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Racing Beginning Derby Day Tuesday Mayl SPRINGIANSEnding Kentucky Oaks Day June 4 KENTUCKY OAKS TODAY hll EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P What Tbe1Have Been Dolrj tbe Past WeekDenerel- NewsNotee Next Tuesday night Is the time for a meeting of Division 1 Division 4 will not meet until a week from Monday night Division 3 will hold its first June meeting on Monday night There are now twentyfive divis ions of tho Ladles Auxiliary In Indiana and all are prospering Division 2 held a well attended meeting last night Considerable routine business was disposed of Tho Ladles Auxiliary of Marion county will have a grand quarterly Initiation at Indianapolis on June 12 The Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary of Lowell Mass will have their reunion tomorrow in Lexing ton Park Division 1 of Milwaukee will have a class of sixty for Initiation July 5 which will bring the membership mark over 700 Mrs John Arthur State President has organized a splendid auxiliary at Kokomo Ind starting with sixty members The Hibernians of Racine are ar ranging for a class Initiation to be given shortly when tho work will be done by the Milwaukee degree teamA delegation of fifty accompanied the degreo team from Mil waukee to Kenosha last week when tho degrees were conferrd on many candidatesA revival in the work of the Ancient Order was planned at a recent gathering held at Kenosha Wls at which moro than 200 mem bers wero present Ladles Auxiliary 4 of Buffalo last week celebrated their fifteenth anniversary with a very pleasing en tertainment and sumptuous banquet for tho members and their friends Members of Division 11 of New York City attended a memorial muss celebrated for tho repose of the souls of deceased members at tho Irish Carmelite church last Sunday The violet social of the Ladles Auxiliary of Mllford N H was a most gratifying success Tho prizes awarded ticket holders Included Rosary beads basket of violets ana umbrellaThe divisions of Manchester N Htook partin the Memorial day parade there thus showing their loyalty to the dead heroes who fought tho nations battles many of whom were of their race and faith Brooklyn Hibernians will have a monster field day celebration tomor row afternoon at Dexter Park Matt McGrath will throw the weight and In addition to hurling and football matches thero will bo athletic events almost without number- PROMOTED FOR MERIT Four efficient IrlshAmerlcane wore promoted to positions of responsibility In the New York Fire department last week Battalion Chiefs Patrick Maher and William T Beggln were made Deputy Chiefs and Captains John Davin and Will lam Clark were raised to the dignity of Battalion Chiefs In making the promotions Fire Commissioner Walsh Impressed on the men that their preferment was duo to their own merit alone and that the taint of favoritism which had been hover Ing over the department would bo eliminated MOTION PICTURES I For next Week the Casino Prin cess and Columbia have arranged special programmes for their pa trons and will present the latest and best films ever seen in Louisville They will Include historic dramatic and comedy numbers and will be full of Interest for those who would spend a pleasant hour At each there will bo new illustrated songs FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours adoration are announced for tomorrow at the SacramentWashington beginning at the high mass and continuing until Tuesday Rev Daniel OSullivan will be assisted by a number of local prlesto and It is expected the services will be largely attended BECOMES BARRISTER Edward E Kelt one of the most popular young men in the city prominent in Y M I circles arid a recent graduate at law lass become associated with Attorneys Blatter Flack and has opened offices at 237 South Fifth street Mr Kelty I forcefulIII predictedST ODLUMBAVS GRApyATBS StColumbastakepleseeWednesdayJune graduatethe school and the Rev father =er to Terr proud ot their good Ct i i I CUSCADEN I I I ICE CREAMWITH Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to nil railway stations Spe clal rates to churches and lodges 309311 Second Street Louisville ECRolled Oats AN- DCorn Flakes 1Oc At Your Grocers Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 2712a HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Plants Designs Gut Flowers Flowers and Designs for all Occasions Store 556 Fourth Avenue Opposite Post OflBte Greenhouses Charles and Texas PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics tSocials Outings KreatlyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts PETER M ANDRIQT SONS I WAGON MANUFACTURERSC- arriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET FOR WOMANS EYE Braiding remains In favor Side Jabots still hold their own In mIllinery as in dresses vivid coloring is the rage Tbe usual madras and summer cheviots are seen In tailored waists An airy fashion Is the use of tulle as a trimming for hats or in the hair Neck ruching of two contrasting colors of mallne Is one of the nov elties Frill collars vary In width two or three to four or oven five incnes m width Suede gloves are worn for deep mourning then glace gloves for the lighterLarge round or square Chantlflyl veils will be used with the big hats Or toques Some of the checked aabutal silks are unusually attractive They area to be had In a wide range of colors withbandingssting the groups are seen IIn some of the new gowns The summer late are unusually atraotlve In themselves combining the charm of simplicity and graceful lines which will be generally bosom lagWaistlines have descended to nor miLl positions with here and there some slight disposition to remain a trifle above with tlte skirt falling strtlcfat 1plreIt1 but thisJ fashion II rapidly puKlng rt MEETING I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The membership In the District of Columbia now Teaches 1557 Indianapolis Knights had sixty nine candidates for the third degree last Sunday Oklahoma Knights are planning for a big celebration of Discovery day at Enid on October 12 Rhode Island Knights have paid In 4000 for the establlshmentof a permanent bed at St Josephs Hos pital Providence Ohios membership keeps increas- Ing Sunday there was an Inflation at Sidney and another follows at Lancaster on June 12 All of the Minnesota councils have approved the action of tho State Council in deciding to contribute 20000 to the College of St ThomasEightytwo were initiated at Delolt Wis on May 21 After the ceremonies 500 sat down to a ban quet given by the Catholic Ladles Aid Society Tho Indianapolis Knights of Columbus have subscribed about all of tho 100000 necessary for tho construction of their new club house at Illinois and Walnut streets Fifty thousand Knights aro expect ed to march down Pennsylvania avenue on the day of the unveiling of the Columbus memorial statue at Washington on October 12 1911 A class of 250 took the fourth de gree last Monday at Olean N Y The degree ceremonies were pre sided over by Michael Danahy master of the Western New YDrkI district and were witnessed by sev eral hundred visitors About 150 Knlghto had the fourth degree conferred upon them at Indianapolis on Memorial day Two hundred sat down to the banquet which was presided over by Master Joseph A McGovan Rev John Cavanagh President of Notre Dame University Supreme Knight Jamea A Flaherty and Dr James J Walsh of New York responded to toasts TIlE LAST DAY Tho Louisville Jockey Club will close today the most successful meeting in tho history of Churchill Downs Messrs Grainger Winn and Davis are to be congratulated ontt the quality of sport afforded which has teen of a high order and most satisfactory to the public There will be six races this afternoon bringing out a number of the bestI horses at tho track BELLEVUE Tho Right Rev C P Mace Bishop of Covington administered con of boys Sundayi church Miss Rose Gallagher a well be loved young lady of Bellevue who died Friday of last week was bur Ied from St Anthonys church on Monday morning CHANGE IN PASTORS Tho Rev Father William Peberl O M C for several years pastor of St Anthonys church Jeffersonville has been transferred to Centralia Wis Ho has been succeeded at St Anthonys by the Rev Father Lucius Matt Both the new and tho old pastor are well beloved by the peo ple of St Anthonys parish ITAD NARROW ESCAPE Little Thelma Cusick daughter of Ernest Cusick 433 South Camp bell street who was knocked down by a car at Campbell and Walnut streets last Sunday was fortunate enough to escape with a few bruises The child was rendered Unconscious temporarily but no bones were broken t r LADIES TO AID Lady friends of tho Columbia Ath letic Club have organized a ladies auxiliary to that thriving organization Mrs Catherine Woerner has been elected President and meet Ings will be held at Zellers Hall Shelby and Roselane streets on the first Monday of each month PICKED PROPER MAN Hon Moses Kaufman has keen ap pointed to succeed himself as City Auditor of Lexington The appoint ment reflects credit on the wisdom of Mayor Skaln Mr Kaufman is not only a leading citizen of the Bluegrass capital but Is held In high regard throughout the State IAOBD LEADER CQMIXG Justin McCarthy Irish Victorian novelist publicist and exmember of Parliament is bale and hearty at eighty years of age and expects 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Values==Our MethodsJ In advertising our piano values and our methods it is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course of real worth for theto pursue In selecting a pianoone money you Invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano L the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment doubtr ing of our superior service In treating one customer the same J as another and is a point to he well considered when purchasing a piano We Invite Inactions and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OQSO O FOURTH AVENUE f I WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT AT OUR STORE The Best Carpets and Rugs9 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 Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET KJjJ oldBandChina Free With Mulloys Coffees Teas j and Baking Powder ij Cup and Saucer or Plate in This Handsome Ware FREE WITH 1M1i MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER gl saita W MARKET FITREETI- xtt A g1 1Io o r r o J J J 01 rr ifi1O Jlt S EVERY SUNRISE j ijPRESH Uij vV i s y ij ii Y A TIPTOP o yt r s t J p I l BREADai ht Y i- EU f c i t ssAvE TRE LABEL S Y 0 i+i HoHOOoi ty x Oo iiX Ox+1oOx O WILLIAM BORQMANN I uSELLS AND SHTPS t rWINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS I Al the Standard Brands Wholesale and Retail Family Trade Through Mail Order a Specialty IMS SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY AWr lNjSiANDTENTS rrnl1AIlarge stock ofi tents on hand for sale We do more and bftier work thiin any one hr Orders bjr mall promptly attended to o Etimxtea cheserfully furnished J Ken uu1 Awiting Co BOTH PHONES 2437 130 N T IIRD ST a n K MACKINt COUNCil Disposes of ManRoutine Matters at Its Meeting Mackln Council held a well at tended mooting on Monday nightt with President John T Kenney pre siding The greater part of the evening was spent In the trans action of routine affalrrf The Opera reportSfrom the four performances ot lAmong the Stars will bring quite a nice sum to the councils exchequer It was also announced thatan Initiation would be held this month but the exact date will be fixed later All the members are showing Interest In the proposed excursion tj Niagara Falls In August Reasonable I rates have been secured and the members and their friends are an ticipating a very enjoyable trip It Is expected that a big class will be put through at the approaching initiation The time is almost at hand for the election of delegates to the Grand Council and Jlackln has so many hustling workers that the delegates are hard to pick In ad vance Several Interesting addresses were made by the memberss LADIES AUXILIARY Are Arranging to Cooper ate With Hibernian Friends rTbe Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians hold a fairly well attended meeting on Wednesday night Miss Rose Sweeney occupied the chair A nUm- ber of officers and members were missing on account of taking part In the opera Pirates of Penzance Three new members were elected and many routine matters were taken up and disposed of The committee of ladies Interested in the success of the annual outing to be given under the auspices of the County Board next month met with that body at Dougherty McEllIotts office on Thursday even Ing On Tuesday evening the committee will meet at Bertrand Hall1 with a committee from Division 4 to arrange further details for tho Joint picnic to be given by the Ladles Auxiliary and Division 4 DEATH OF PATRICK GAUMA Patrick Gaully a respected citizen of the West End died at his home 2122 Bank street at 215 oclock Monday afternoon and his funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Wednesday morning Mr Gaully was born In Hardin county and was of Irih descent Ho had lived in Louisville more than forty years For sixteen years he had been In the employment of the United States Government as a storekeeper gauger Ho was Identified with the menfa societies In St Cecilias parish and was a charter member of Branch 14 Catholic Knights of America The deceased is survived by his wife and seven children The children James J Michael J and John Gaully Mrs Mary Ferguson Misses Alice A Annie and Mary Gaully His death Is generally regretted HONOR FOR FATHER CURRAN The Right Rev Bishop Chatar- of Indianapolis has appointed j Rev Father Charles CUrran wh has been rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany since the death of Father Kelly Dean ot the New Albany district of the Indlanapolf- diocese In this office he succeed- the e late Father Faller Father Cur ran Is a native of New York State but has lived in Indiana since early manhood Since his arrival in New Albany he has made many warm preferment scholarly attainments mVERmW Rlvorvlew Park enjoyed large andI pleased crowds this week and con tlnues to grow In fav rasa family resort The many attractions are popular and furnish amusement for both old and young and the free afternoon and evening concerts de k weeii has been announced with matinees I daily at 216 oclockA feature 1 the restaurant and Its excellent service which is now attracting partiesRiverviewan afternoon or evening MANY CONFIRMATIONS ODoriaghueday In the morning he confirmed a class of sixtythree children and t several adults at St Johns in the afternoon he administered the sacrament of confirmation toticlass of seventytwo children at St heconfirmed LadyInLETTER CARRiEtSt ANNUAL National riers numbering 166 members Mil I give its annual outing Tuesdayat i onta free Ferry park when the postma and their families1 will enjoy a picnic Everything has bsoutdoae to provide amusement fog t and the enelalptbllil Is Invited The proowjds will go to the tick benefit fund maintained by thelLouliTllIel carriersG- 1dN1CItOUS To buURt7IL Clrnc9 14aek yt the mtlllonalra a capltaliatt haseent a check for liliQ to the Ri TbdmasDTubraaTii of Ronoi Nev for hie nevi ohuroh- fund J HU mother rwently sent a cheek tor S000 forthe MUM pftr pore Mr Maclwy also assisted la btiiMa is first ohorefa at Ira i2 i i r tr h o RIVE RYIEWLoul FamilyResort High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIGNOR CARLO ULIYIEMS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant In South the Joy Rldeeverythrng newgrander than ever take West Broadway cars FREE ADMISSION FRE fifFERR I HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE FREE CONCERTS EVERT NIGHT BXCBPT SUNDAY yr 300 P MI 800 PM1 TWICE DAILY BY GREGGS BAND DpNC N NEW MASO- NIn Big Week Matinees Tuesday Thursday and Saturd- ayRoberBlanden Company IN ROXANES CLAIM PricesrNights 15c to SOc Matinees Best Seats 25c CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladies and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We present only the standard historic dramatic and comic SOCIETY DIRECTORY t A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas Pt LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dola 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatAnnsLouls Roller iI SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2III Meets First and Third Friday II Mens Hall First and Market President C J Fprd I Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T Meehan Financial SecretaryJno J Keane 1C07 Dumesnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArmsDavid M Mu phy SentinelWilliam Nash 3B Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J+ Uerens Financial SecretaryJohn G lies dTreasurerDaniel J Dougherty oSentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Steve ens 4eMondays Bertrand Mall Sixth Street HennessyVice SecretaryThomasLangan J Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rffllly ItRecording Secretary John J VinnII Ca11aghnr I Outside Sentlnelr Michael McDer nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII1LE fleets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Plans Hall President J G hole MurphyRecording Mc irody Jtr FlahertyInside YlI x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 CluHouseb Kenneyhfirst Ai JCasperPresidenESherlejuniffy J Recording Secretary Robert Oi I orne I Corresponding Se6retarysulfa m 4 LinkFinancial t3ddamsTreasurer Dan Weber Marshal Allen G Wpbb n pOutsidePORTLAND VS GOLD MEDALS The Gold Medals of indlanapoJlB i Will play the Portland team to nor row afternoon at Portland Park and popularWest bother good gems as the Gold rank high in ikimiprofeii dtinareithe players being In good send tlphv and it Ji doubtful if ittmy have t1 peer In the lemlprpfeilalonal t rankS Doherty and Brady will oompuBs Portlandfs battery 11- Bradyfi fiit i1JIin the last several ii- PUIMM haviKc bWn a feetnre riseaI tA101JIlpusM1ws I hd- nc tk c t 1 I BIIOTHER DENNIS C P Gives Public the Benefit of His Fever Cure Formula I A number of enterprising Louis ville gentlemen have associated them selves to form the Lesella Company which has engaged In the manufac successEyears as a preventive1 of fevers of all kinds and as n cure tor fever ague intermittent remit- tent and other malarial disorders ItI cures hay fever fevers resulting from I tYPhUS1fyphold manufactured according to a formula made by the Rev Brother Dennis C Pv of tho Sacred Heart Retreat Louisville As a member of the Pasaonist or der Brother Dennis spent a number InGthe principal Ingredient of Lesella hisCfor the relief of the natives Its ei honey was put to an expensive tesT and Brother Dennis was Importuned from all sides for a supply of his wonderful fever medicine Yielding to the urgent solicitation of the many grateful beneficiaries of this grand discovery and In mercy to suffening humanity Brother Den nis consented to permit the present company to use his discovery for a limited number of years Losella is being manufactured by the Lesella Company 952 South Sixth street It is now for sale at lluahmeyer BPA9 drug store Fourth and Green streets and will soon boon sale with all leading druggists JOIN MCLOSKEY And His Milwaukee BreW ISera Here For four Games Popular John McCloskey and his Milwaukee Brewers will open a four game series with the Colonels be ginning this afternoon and big crowds are assured as Stony McGlynn Dan McGann Harry Clark and others of the team are big favorites here with the fans McGlynn especially so as bo always has a ready answer for the kidders In the stand or bleachers- n and his pitching last year camp mighty near knocking Louisville out of the flag which will be raised this afternoon with appropriate cere monies The most pleasing feature con earning Louisvilles present slumped has been the disposition on the part of the fans to refrain from knock ling and to depend on President Grayson for a strong club This is as it should be for no pennant was- i ever won by knocking and in ad fdlUon the fans should turn out In large numbers and root as if we were leading the racer COXCORDIA EXCURSION The Concordla Singing Society will conduct an excursion to Ferdinand Indvia the Southern railway and New Ferdinand rail road a week from tomorrow Sun day Juno 12 The fare for the round trip is 150 with halffare for children under twelve years Children less than five years old will be allowed to travel free The train will leave tho Union Depot Seventh and the river at 7 oclock sharp Returning It will leave Ferdinand at 730 oclock in the evening All of the excursions conducted by the Concordia have proven enjoyable This year It is proposed to make the occasion a source of pleasure greater than ever before POPULAR HIBERNIAN DEAD Stephen C Toomey a well known member of Division 4 A O H and LouisIstreet on Monday evening The de ceased is survived by his mother two brothers John and Edward Toomey and two sisters Mrs John Murphy of Grimes Iowa and Mrs John Devlin of Louisville The de ceased was held In high esteem by all who knew him and hundreds of friends attended his funeral which took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Wednesday morning FONTAINE FERRY IARIC Fontaine Ferrys attractions for next week are again headed by a promising validevlllo bill The book ings for this part of the park entertainment Include Laskeys eleven Imperial musicians Henry Horton comedyUncle i Morton Carbrey Brothers Sayan EfefographThere gramme of now and popular music dallyfreeCOUNCILMAN MDERMOTT HOME Councilman Michael J McDer ofthereme convention at St Louis last has returned home full of enthusiasm and Ice cream Mr Mc nlsittobemadeselling platers WhJleay he sent photographs taken In St Louts to is many admiring friends JlASONIC mATER The RobarBianden Stock Corn pony will close its engagement at1 wittyheClaims This week Roman and 1DurIncthincll the members haye had a chance display T rwttUitrj WbtteTer the rDlaadeDCajJnjr rtturn s lei LouitvHl it will be made wleom In u tp 4 I SWAOAR OilJu IV LEV FOR CONGRESS Subject to Action Democratic Primary June 7 j I I I Headquarters ilTelephonesJ i i1 I BE 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