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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c- jT 6 a n 1 T i I + J C KENTUCKY IRIsH AwRIcAN I VOLUME XXVINO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY J FEBRUARY 25 Wit PRICE FIVE CENTS THREEFOLD Celebration Last Sunday by the1 Members ot Mackin Council God and Country Honored bj he Young DIenot the City t Followed Initiation of tythrce Members In Atternoon f wir AND ORATORY otto of the Young Mens In is For God for Country It was eminently fitting for Council to honor God and f last Sunday In fact It was a celebration In the morning embers attended mass at St s church and received holy union In the afternoon they ted a class of fortythree candi i3I teaching them the principles tie order and inculcating lessons alth and patriotism In tho lng they dined at tho Louisville tel whore those who responded m toasts gave evidence of their love- f God and of the great American Iepubllc Tho triple celebration was not only a Catholic celebration but a patriotic affair as well since the members were extolling the deeds of George Washington the father of his country It was the original In- tentIon to have the celebration on February 22 but as many members could not be present on that date the celebration was advanced a few daysSThe Initiation took place In Mackin Councils club house at 2 oclock Fred Reisz President ot Unity Council rew Albany with twenty of his members attended the initiation and complimented the Council on tho splendid attendance Tho large hall was packed before the exercises began The work of tho State degree team under the direction of Supremo Vice President I Roebrt T Burke was Impressive dignified and Catholic After the initiation tho Rev Father Charles I P Raffo spoke eloquently to the neW memberaot thoCorder HOtold them that he who loves God and J his neighbors fulfills the law Then Ueexptelned the wider significance of the love of neighbor and showed that It meant to love all mankind l If Catholics show their love and respect for others the barriers that separate UD from people of other I creeds will soon be broken down Ho bade them boware tho Infidel and I the blasphemer Their highest and best interests be said concerned God and country Ho admonished I them to preserve the nations flag pure and undefiled until God called I them home The man who was unIt trpe to God could not be true to his country the man who betrayed his country was untrue to God I Hon Samuel L Robertson Pres ident of Mackin Council welcomed the fortythree new candIdates inprescd upon them the lessons given In the exemplification reminded them that they had taken the obligations willingly and urged upon all the necessity of attending meetings regularly At 630 oclock tho members boarded street cars and were whirled to the Louisville Hotel where a bountiful banquet had been spread Without much ado tho members gathered around the banquet board with Dr A R Bizot as toautmoater at the head of the table while the Rev Father Raffo was seated on his right and the Very Rev Father James P CronIn on his left In welcoming tho members to the feast Dr Blzot said they wore carrying out the spirit of the church by celebrating Washingtons birthday as they would a feast of the church It war not a holiday of obligation S it was a day upon which the Y MyetI should show an appreciation of one of the great men of the country Dr Blzot was not only happy In his Introduction but also in i resenting each of the speakers during the evening Owing to the unavoidable SeraphimSIrig was Invoked by the Rev Father Raffo The menu was elaborate and tasteful and the hungry young men dispatched it with celerity After the cigars had been lighted Dr Bizot called upon President Samuel Robertson to respond to the toast Y veryhliJllPYdwelling on the origin history and YoungCantert Father Cronin responded and- S Vicar General brought forth announcedthatYoung Man henld waa a broad rind manyaided subject He sum marived the young mans duties but hold up the motto For God for Country ii the great objects ta life Home waa the theme of Trvlngton TBrti and 1U utterances aiotwed tender emotlong Thomas D Clines bcllor ai addretw- YouhRter and lie made a houghtful appeal to IM new men vrI He bowed them that a bright JaVIhdpat foretold the dawn l Supreme Prealde tKOMrtT C Burko asked the question Are we progressive and answered It ef fectlvely Former Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan had Our Now Membere for hIs subject and acquitted hljnseU admirably exhorting them to be true to the order and to follow its iprecopts Rev Father C P Raffo reminded all that their lives as citizens must bo the lives of Christians Aulyu Kanston the operatic composer was called upon expressed pleasure at being invited and called Macklna members the citys best boosters In conclusion Dr Blzot on behalf of the council expressed gratitude for the Work of the degree team As the banquet opened With prayer so was it brought to a clos- eMANY WAITING Candidates Tor Hibernian Honors to Enter Soon The attendance at the meeting of Division 1 A OH on Tuesday night was fair President William Murphy occupied the chair and kept things moving In true Hibernian style One application was received and James Gllmoro was obligated The division Is fortunate In one re spect there Is none on the sick list The officers of the division reported the plans made by the County Board for the celebration of St Pat ticks day and the members prom ised to support the work in hand The next meeting of the division promises to be very Imp rtant and a full attendance Is desired The degree team Is expected to be present and ready for work Quito a large class Is now waiting to bo initiated CHURCHS DEBT Tipperary rcrUle fleW ror Prelates Tor This Country The American hierarchy owes a great debt of gratitude to the County Tipperary Ireland not only for the saIntly example of many long since dead but because many pre lates of our own times first saw the light in that county The Right Rev Edward Joseph Dunne Bishop of Dallas who died just before last Christmas was born In TJpperary In tho famine year of 48 r The late Bishop TIerney of Hartford Conn was from the same county a native olthaCahlr district and the first Archbishop of Chicago was born In Klllenaule Most Rov Dr Feohan and his successor Most Roy Dr QuIgley came from North Tlpperary Bishop McGoldrick of Duluth likewise halls from North Tipperary Bishop Scanlan of Salt Lake City now engaged in building a 200000 Cathedral is another Tipperary man nnd Archbishop Glennon of St Louis Is a native of Balllngarry Tho noblest Roman ot them all was the late Most Rev Patrick John Ryan Archbishop of Philadelphia a native of Cloneyharp Thurles His Auxiliary Bishop the Right EdmUnd F Prondergast now administrator of the archdiocese of Philadelphia Is another roaring Tip a native of Derrygrath Cahi- rUREAT NIGHT Division 3 A OH Had Business and Social Session Division 3 A O H hold a double OmIbdent D J Coleman occupied the meetInglandIng Divisions 1 2 and 4 and the I repIresentedJ celved Thomas Ridge and Thomas JDevannoy were obligated Pat Cunningham who has been ill was reported back at work John Was reported unimproved PurtlllI Tom Quinn reported pro forI the Membership Committee and urged greater activity on tho part of the members in securing candidates The committee appointed to devise ways and means for securing a per manent Hibernian home reported progress It was announced that the degree team was rehearsing twice a I week In preparation for an initiationI to be held next month A lateclass is awaiting tho exemplification of tho degrees I When the business session was closed the floor was turned over to the Literary Committee which took charge of the social session In the I first place there were several games of Fortyfives the favorite old IrIsh card game Division 3 had chal lenged all comers and as a result the Jetfereonville division and Divisions 1 2 and 4 sent crack teams Division 3s men won Its team was made up of TIm McCarthy Pt T SulHyan Martin Sheehan Tom Kennedy Chare Doyle and Michael Egan 1 SIx tables for euchre were used for the benefit of those who could not play Fortyfive In aojdltioa to card games there was an Interesting metrical programme Will Begley presiding at the piano and John Broderkk and Matt OBrien fur nlsBiag the vocal matter Snort but byLrncMaloney jutState Prudent chog- I Butler and KlfhelShp LIteraryCoIaItcigar inprofuionI TOMMYROT Sample Slander That Is Being Circulated Against Catho olic Churcli BaptiBtWorld i Oives rtacti to a Letter From Far Boh niDI0 The Lying Campaign Against tiui Catholic Faith in 11 regress TIME TO CALL ATTENTION For themselves Catholics can bear the slings and arrows ot out rageous fortune butthey do resent slanderous attacks on the Catholic church and her mlnSstors Here Is a case Jn point The Baptist World under date of February 16 published the following yarn and gives as Its author Rev Joseph Novotny of Prague Bohemia After reading the stuff one will wonder If Novotny ever existed Read It For the Catholic lands there no such religious liberty as Jn IsI Protestant lands for our schools are allowed only children of our members but no Roman Cath olic children And If they come they are punished for it In tho pub lie school by the priest and the Sun ayschool teacher by tho court But nevertheless almost every Sun day we have in our midst some Catholic children1 I remember n wl as I was a little boy and a scholar In the Sundayschool that one Cath olic boy showed mo his hands which wero wounded by a stick of the priest his little hands had blue signs of the stick My sister was a missionary in our church and she told me one day VISitIIngpart of Prague She told her about Jesus and what she ought to do if she would be happy The old woman arose and said Oh I know it already look here here is my Bible I read it My sister was astonished to fee a Bible In tle hand of a Catholic woman because It Is forbidden to tile Catholic PoOI ple to toad the Blble Toll mo how dId you get thlsbook said my sister Oh It Is tt long story said the III wopian Seven years ago I had two boys but they wore very bad sons indeed especially the older one Ho took away every penny and left it In the publichouse At once there was a change In his life I did not know how It came Ho meerIIngsIn which he regularly read And then he entered the publichouse no more Mynelghbors told me I could be a happy mother I think God must have given him a new brain I could not read the Bible and co he read aloud But soon he became Illandso lie could no go to the meetings his Illness was very serious One day he told me ho knows he must dIe but he did not fear the death He sang and prayed and read the Bible and In In a tow days he died After his death the younger brother took this book and read In It and wont reg ularly also to tho Sundaysohool The boy spoke of the religious In struction in the school as a heretic so said the priest and he soon know that hIs pupil goes to the Sundayschool The priest punished the boy with a sUck imprisoned him In a dark chamber and then asked him if he would go to the heretic Sundayschool again The little disciple of Christ said he can not help Ithe will go again Then heIplace the boy broke a few ribs He came home and became very ill and died in a short time But how did he die said the old woman with the tears in her eyes With this PeaceIson May I die as he closed the happy mother her story Was this little boy not a hero a martyr as John Hues or other famous martyrs What are you doing for the kingdom of God In your country where there Is the best religious liberty of the world t I IThe story Is ridiculous Is the and in Its Integral parts It would be laughable were it not so serious a slander Intelligent Protestants know bettor but It seems that few of them ever inter fore to stop such nonsensical stuff This Is the sort of matter used toI attract hatred toward Catholics In I Kentucky and In the other Southern States Is It any wondef then that Catholics have no faith In a man whe asserts that the interests of the Catholic are safest In the hands of Protestants true Protestants LOKGBVITX OF PRELATES The longevity of the Catholic hierarchy la the United Stats la remarkable The late Rlxat Rev i William Gforge MeOfokey was eightyfive year old whit he died I PhiladelIl annlventftry VIIbO lop of KaD MM City willl leiRBtytwo oa May 10 Blsboo Toley of Detroit will be i oeVeutyelf at oa November 5 and r u Ii J c Cardinal Gibbonsw1ll be seventy seven on July 23 Bishop Ludden of Syracuse was seventyfive on Fob ruary 4anl1 Bishop RIchter ot Grand Rapids will he seventythree on April 9 Archbishop Ireland of St Paul will be seventythree on September II and Archbishop Keane of Dubuque will be seventy two on September 22 Bishop Burke of Albanjy was seventyone on January 10 j Archbishop J Lancaster SpaldiugjWlll bo seventyone on Juno 2 I BlsppP Grace of Sacra mento will be jf seventy on August 2 and Archblsqbp Riordan of San Francisco will Sfe seventy on Aug- u9t27 Desld 1 these our own Bishop ODonagkue With sixtylhreo years 1Is little naore than a boy CHARltfY BAZAR At Armory Attracts Happy Crowds BothDay andv Night The big bazar for the benefit Bts ETaTy and Izabeth Hospital ofII progress at tho Armory since Wednesday wIn be brought to a close tonight find there Js every I reason to tiellevir that quite a hand some sum will be realized for this worthy charity j Iayor WO Head was present at tle opening and sInce then has aided the movement in every way possible Call John H Whallen tho chief promoter and Judge Horman Oocko Chairman of the general committee that had tho bazar In charge have been untiring In their work Of course there are scores or rather hundreds of other workers One IIs glad to note that many of the hardest workers are nonCatholic men and women Merchants and manufacturers vied I with each other in presenting their wares In attractive booths Among thoge displays wore those of William Walker the florist S M Raffo groI Wollendorf Hirsch Brothers Kriegor Drug Company KlsSIp Gum Company and F Ocher Son Besides there were many tastefully ar i ranged booths for tho display of dolls novelties and Useful and ornamental articles The meals bothI at noon and evening were substantial delicious and bountiful The special dtsties provided for today are I roast shoat sauer kraut and sweet potatoes Of course these will be backed up with all the necessary side dishes and deserts I One of thebCitmoncyniakers is J the moot court eld each evening I Cpl John H 3V fallen Qqkjrgke Gr liblo R1111 O the od folfJ1Vtpo k turns aft presiding Judge Every- bodY was arrested and fined If oneTaded guilty he was let offi with a minimum fine of 1 If lip protested and asked for a jury he got Hi and incidentally got a fine gameI seen buying candy tora threeyearold child He was arrested on the charge ot kidnapping and flped a dollar Dr John T Chawk the veterinarian was fined a dollar on the charge of cruelty to anlmals Dr John Bulchemoydr was fined for practicing medicine Sheriff Bailer was soaked 2 for impersonating an officer Each night had Its own court and tho offenders were fofced to disgorge This most worthy un dertaking reflects the charitable dis- posItion of tho people of Louisville and all Indications point to a greater success than the good Sis tors of Charity and their friends anticipated I NEW YORK LEADS j More Than 100000 Is Given to foreign Missions I Official figures show that the Catholics bt New York gavo more to the ause ot missions last year than the Catholics of any other diocese In the world and exceed their own record of the previous year by over 23000 The whole amount raised during the year 1910 by the Rev Father Dunn Director for the arch diocese of New York of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith was 10072727 I Archbishop Parley has expressed his appreciation of this work Seven years ago when ho organized the society in his archdiocese and placed Father Dunn at the head of It the Catholics there were giving butI 3000 a year to foreign missions Fiftytwo years ago when the cornerstone of St Tatrlcka Cathedral I was laid the Society of the Propagation of the Faith which Is uni versal was contributing to the sup port of priests and churches In New York City There has cet tatnly been a wonderful change VICTIM OF ACCIDENT Miss Mary Keneally 837 Wet St Catherine street is confined to a room InSt Josephs Infirmary as tile result of a fall on the Ice latWednesday Miss Keneally sustained a fracture of the left leg and will not ae able to leave the infirmary for several weeks BI8HQP PORB8T ILL I1 Late advice ay that the Right Rev John Anthony Port B D Blehop of San Antonio Teca Is llgBtly improved uthll fay teiaa do sotboikout any JMtpe of lis permanent toraUonto b ftlUi TtHtttloc ofBkn Antonio has an area of J1f 060 wjnarc miles Bishop Forest wa coiaeenrted on October U1I1 Itt U OPPOSITION To Homo Utile Broken Down Wiien Premier Gives Ills Views EvRebrevoBierieIgcsSuppurt Measure Redmonds lUnging Address Is Applauded by Liberal Loaders SONS TRIUMPH PLEASED FATHER I God willing there seems no doubt now thatIreland is to get home rule I within a few years but the delays of Parliament are like the delays of tsllong drawn out At the ses slon of Parliament next year the measure of Government for Ireland by tho Irish and for the Irish will be Introduced but several years may elapse before It will be accept ed by Parliament and approved by the King Yet encouraged by the utterances of the Irish and Liberal leaders the Irish people are content to watt a white longer It is the best chance they have had in den tunes The Ireland debate In the House of Commons last week all went ono way- Premier I Asqulths declaration for the fullest measure of selfgovern ment for Ireland supported by ad dresses from John Redmond Win ston Churchill Secretary Blrrell and William OBrien wore all of a piece and the pieces were labeled All for Ireland The Premier evoked cheers from the Irish bench ItheI Indicated that the home rule bill would be the first measure in the next session Secretary Birroll In a speech that closed the debate put it even more definitely Ha said ItII would bo the first bill next year Winston Churchill in his carefully I reasoned address proved that the military political and social dangers from Irish homo rule were un founded He begged the Tories to seize the opportunity lost in the South African case of making the Irish jsettlement a national Instead ofapartj triumph forthe Ltberaliji Mr Redmonds speech In support of Premier Asqulths declarations has been pronounced the greatest of his career It created BO profound an impression that the Liberals are haying several hundred thousand copies of it printed for distribution In the English constituencies- Mr Redmond stated that Ireland was ready to enter into full friend ship with the people of England and following on Parnells home rule speech of 1886 ho acceptedthe supremacy of the Imperial Parliament He offered to strengthen that supremacy if necessary against the danger real or imaginary of Catholic persecution of the Protestant minority In the Irish Parliament Mr Redmond concluded with expressing the hope that the now Sovereign would begin his reign and make It historic by opening in per son the new Irish Parliament in College Green Defeated dejected but still a pa triot William OBrien leader ot a small band of Irish Insurgents fell Into line and announced that he would do nothing to embarrass tho Liberals or Mr Redmond and that he would accept the honesty of pur pose and boldness of Mr Asqulths attitude Irish members are proud of one of their now members Hon W Archer Redmond son of John E and only twentyfive years old He wa3 elected at the last election and made hlu first speech In tho House of Commons two weeks ago Young Redmonds speech was a well reasoned out reply to the Tory contention that thq passage of home rule would mean a persecution ot the Protestant minority by the Irish majority He showed that in the Ulster counties where Protestants and Unionists were in the majority practically no public offices are held by the Catholics while In counties like Clare Cork and Wcstmeath where the Catholics form from 86 to97 per cent of the population from 10 to 18 per cent of the offices are held by ProtestantsI I I I Young Redmond was not nervous but Delivered his speech Ina clear ringing voice His father was morn nervous and lest his emotion be seen he went to the House gallery and listened from behind a screen Ho learned that ho had no reason to fear for his son IRISH STILL COME The total number of Immigrants from Ireland landed at the port of New York last year was 24369 aa I Increase of 2633 over the preceding year Of the number 13034 were male anti 11335 females and the I landIeOkersbeyond the Alletaenle was 1558 to Illiaote I I jumune AT MMERIOK If Ii raot ttu8ftt in th year 1111 ia the ancient see of Limerick Ireland will be the itIyri joblle eeebraUon of 1kt Rr 4M memO OpWVer D D Bishop of thO diocese Dr ODvywr J both on his fathers and his mothers side comes of old Irish stock Born and baptized about seventy years ago In the historic parish of Holy Cross Tipperary the now Bishop was brought to the City ot Violated Treaty when quite young Ho was ordained a priest In 1866 and in 1886 was nominated Bishop of the diocese and consecrated Juno 29 of that year The principal feature of the Jubilee celebration will bo In St Johns Cathedral which was fin Is1 dlujitcon ecr ted June 21 1894 BISHOP IIESL1N Laid Low by the Hand of Relentless Spectre Death The Right Rev Thomas Heslln fifth Bishop of Natchez Miss died In that city on Wednesday night He had been In failing health for sometime and his death was not unex- pectEd It is belleveTl that hard work and selfImposed tasks led to the prelates death Bishop Heslln was born In the parish of Klloe County Longford Ireland In 1847 His parents were CatherineHughesgan when ho was five years oldI and when he was seven he was con firmed He began his classical studies at Granard and Moyne After several YEanot preparation In Ireland the young student came to the United States and entered the Catholic seminary at Boullgny La When ho had completed his course in theology and philosophy he was too young to bo ordained and from 1867 to 1869 ho was one of the professors at Jefferson College Louisiana Father Heslin was ordained in the Now Orleans Cathedral in September 1869 For a short time after his ordination he was one of the as sistant priests at the INew Orleans Cathedral Later he served as pas tor of St Michaels church New Orleans and held that office until otIhas been arduous in the extreme Among the Catholic population of his diocese are the Choctaw Indians and In1 their behalf Bishop Realm made the most zealous efforts ae curing for them several chapels and for their education securing the serv ices of the Sisters of Mercy CELEnRATINGI Lowell Bathollcs Rejoicing I Over St Mlchael4School Ii St Michaels parochial school In Lowell Mass Is just twentyone years old and pastor people pupils and teachers are engaged in celebrat ing the event From present indica ions the celebration will last for some tIme to come Local Interest Is attached to St Michaels school because a Louisville girl a Limerick girl Sister Alexia Is its prlnclpal Before entering the order of St Domlao she was Miss Brigld OSullivan and she Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Timothy OSullivan of Seventh and St Catherine streets During the entire life of the school It has been conducted by the Domin- Ican nuns whose mother house Is at St Catherine of Sienna i All of the nuns who have been Mothers Superior at St Michaels aro well known In Louisville Among them wero Sisters Mary iRay FranclslMaryI Sister Alexia Quite a number of St Michaels pupils have become nuns of various orders and others have been ordained priests Denis A OBrien now a student for the priesthood at tile American College- In Rome is a former pupil of St Michaels One of his earliest pre ceptors was Sister Agnlta formerly Miss Isabella Kavanagh a daughter of Jeremiah Kavanagh of this city ONLY GUESSES Newspaper Correspond ents Are Aiding the VaticanI Early this week the diocesan consultors of Philadelphia met to take preliminary steps toward roe ommending a successor to Arch bIshop Ryan Later In the week the Bishops of the province of Philadel phia met and received the recom mendations of the priests Accord ing to the new rule neither priests nor Bishops can divulge tho names of the candidates offered Later still the names will bo submitted to the Archbishops of the United States who will make their rocom mendations and will forward them to the Most Rev Diomcde Falconlo the Apostolic Delegate who Will transmit the findIngs to the Vatican The recommendatIons one and all may be vetoed by the Pope and an entirely new man named Among the prelates in America whd are being gueeeed atuUteprobable orto Archbishop Ryan are Bishop Kennedy Rector qt the American College Rome Bishop Denis J OCoanell Coadjutor of SattllranclilCOBt1iopOGorma- nofIllIQuxPansBlPiJp Keaae of Cheyenne and the Most Rev Joan L Olannon the young and progres alve ArcbbtoBop ot St L4ul I IRLJn HXPORS 11Iilaod now exports to the United tos Over 1iOO000 a year n UNITY One o the Striking Marks ot the True and Christian Church Lucid and Convincing Sermon Delivered in Northern City Father OCnllaghan Shows the Oneness ot the Catholic Doctrine TRUTH FAITH AND LOYALTY The Rev Father Jeremiah OCal laghan recently delivered a sermon on Church Unity at the Church of the Immaculate Conception In Min neapolis that is remarkable for Its lucidity and comprehensive scope Tho question of tho unity of the church said the reverend speaker Is not new It dates from the found Ing ot tho church by our Saviour The Idea of unity is the very es sence of Christianity After tracing tho unity ot the church from the dawn of Christianity to the present time Father OCallaghan said The Catholic church possesses tho unity that must mark the church of Christ and with all respect to our brethren outside her fold truth compels us to say that nowhere outside the Catholic church do we behold that unity for which we are bound to look Take them collectively take them singly not only In details but In tho most essential principles of faith do tho nonCath olic denominations lack the unity of Christs church The Catholics of tho world are computed at 275000000 They are of every race and of every color of every clime of every degree of education but they have but one creed they re ceive tho same sacraments they wor ship at the same altar everyone of them acknowledges the same su promo head Should a Catholic deny an article of faith or refuse alle glanco to his legitimate superiority 1MIchurch The church will not trifle nor will she allow any of her mem bers to trifle with that which is a necessity for her very existence her utUTThs Is not all the Catholic creed today Is Identical with what It was in the ages past the gospel which Christ preached In Palestine which St Paul preached in Athens and In Corinth which St Augustine preached In Hippo which St Patrick Introduced Into Ireland St Boniface Into Germany St Ansgar to the Scandinavians St Augustine to England the same gospel it is that Is everyCatholicworld Nor is the unity of our faith more manifest than our unity of government Every member of tho church is as intimately united to tho head of the church as Is every thebodysparish are immediately snbject to pastoreevry Bishop of the Catholic church acknowledgesthoRome the head of the Catholic churchGo Into a Catholic church It InMinneapolis orBanLondonPariswhether It be a church built ot logs or be one of the great Cathedrals of Europe Study tho demeanor of tho people study their movements as they worship raise your eyes to GreatSacrUlceevery detail of ceremony weigh well the ideas that enter Into the thqpeopleReconciliation watch them go for LifeEverywhereolio church It Is tho samenunlt faith unity of worship unit 5 government everywhere the im bliOattheChristian church HAPPY UNION St Charles church was the scene it WashIngtons IreneCRaffo1orformlngmarrlageCeremoDYThe wmiamHerrltleaving the church the bridal party thehomeandlthenfrom which they will return next ofiTrandisYrCrutcheributteri1isireeal nthriilgfcout the city CATHOLIC WOiMANTg CLUB CItholiWomans newHoardTheballoting intheJ oclte1cbitH evening Many abl- and II- Z 8Ierpt1tla4le hive A be M candidates Bach ha rivalrytrknfly I 0a r 7ri J r S V c- uuIl1I rilirI K NrUOKY IRISH AMERICAN 11 KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERIGflti I Awefe te tfce Social Md Mersl MTtiiceme e tel1 IrJ8bAertcaU and Cithetlci officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtni Institute and Catholic Knights of America KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COlucorPcrted Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR siNGLE COPY sc etrd it th Loplf vllU P rtoHU a eecoidCIaa fUtttf AMniwallCeMMtoilMt ts the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 41921 West Greet St LOUISVILLE1KYSATURDAY FEBRUARY 25 1911 OBNOXIOUS POST GAUDS The HtbernTUus of Auburn N Y nave called upon dealers In post cards In that city with a request that they refrain from handling postal that reflect upon the Irish and make them ridiculous par ticularly about St Patricks day This is an excellent Idea and one worthy of emulation by all Hiber nians When the dealer finds that his wares are obnoxious ho will cease to buy and the manufacturer will ceaso to creato objectionable Irish caricatures LENT APPROACHES The holy season of Lent will begin next Wednesday and It behooves all Catholics to enter Into themselves at this time to consider what Lent Is what It signifies artd how the forty days succeeding next Wednesday should be spent ij Lent literally means spring a season of the year when nature Is awakening from her winter sleep a sloop akin to death But to the Catholic Lent means a period of forty days preceding Easter the crowning work of mans redemp tion Not llong since we were called t upon to rejoice over the birth of the newborn Saviour In the last several weeks the church has taught of that Saviours any life of his first miracle and of his parables Now we are approaching the dory of i IgnomIii Ir this will lead us to celebrate his IglorIous resurrection on Easter SunI day If Christ had not arisen on that first Easter Sunday mankind would have been waiting still for the r long promised Messiah I Lent has been observed as a period of prayer and fasting from Intancient times the Lenten period was 1 oven ty days and the fast and abstinence was much more rigorous C i than It is now In the old days no meat was eaten ou any day from I I Ash Wednesday until Easter Sunday Some pious Catholics even In these days observe the same rule althoughII the church does not r t Here In the United States whore men and women must engage InI I IIactive and arduous toll the fast I F and abstinence has been reduced tot a minimum Each Bishop Issues his own Lenten pastoral regulating I the observances following of co- urserttJie general rule prescribed hy the Popet I t nt Is the season in which heII faithful beg Gods mercy for I themselves and are therefore expected to show mercy to others In olden days the money saved by fasting and abstinence was given InIiI alms imperial laws in Rome forbade I criminal processes and while the church reconciled penitents at the I altar the emperors released prisoners I masters pardoned slaves and I I enemies became friends Lent has always been a season of mourning I hence tho church during fhls discourages festivities of any periodII During Lent the body is mortified that the soul may be invigorated C Scientists tell us that fasting and abstinence from flesh meat at thisII season of the year lis beneficial o UH humsfi organism and they have I I Its at their command to prove the uthfuiness of their theory Hence I the Christian in fasting in abstaining from flesh meat is inngoratlng both I body and soul TJie young the t nursing mother the aged and i decrepit and the Infirm are exempt from fasting but there are few pqathoUcs who tall to deny them selves some pleasures during Lent r PEOPLE SHOULD DECIDE To un ordinary citizen It would seem that thos United States Senators who have been trying to fight off a vote on the constitutional amendment providing for the elec tion of Senators by direct vote of tlurptpp seem to have a profound 41 trutoft the States They and not Congress will have the say in ft tout resort as to whether there hall be a change In themode of K election There can be no change without tM concurrenco of tree fourths of the State Such a requirement It a sufficient Cb kI1I bastf innoVjftilpna and a practical i iKuarantjr tstbtever amendment niay be ratified wJll have they p- alI tt the American peopl icy States have mad A ale flow on rat the Senators eeems utterly inex cusable Those who are opposed to election by the people should put no obstacles in the way of the sub mission of the proposition After it shall have been submitted they can go to their respective States and combat Its ratification Thom is no other proper place for them to argue thQ matter No sensible man will find fault with aSenator who sub 1 nuts to the Legislature of his State or to Its people his reasons for I thinking the amendment should not I thoIa distrust of the peoples intelligence and the egotism of the Senator WHO ARE CATHOLICS The editor of tho Southern Mes senger of San Antonio Texas tells some pertinent truths In dealing- ii with the question Who are I himInot a little in the estimation of many good people for the lack of a little discrimination between those who aro and those who are not Catholics Who are Catholics Thia Is by no means a superfluous question There aro many socalled Catholics who have no real claim to the name No one is entitled to tho namo Catholic unless he be a practical Catholic Tho church Is a living organism sbc bestows Catholic life upon those only who aro In communion with I thisIthe only channels of her life which Is grace j Unless thou a man frequent the sacraments in other words Is a practical Catholic he can not be lrCel1tndtbereforc name Catholic Faith alone is not sufficient faith vlthout works is aIfrotcstant not a Catholic doctrine A man who e1eIn the cnurct I and does not practice what she teaches and prescribes is Impractical and illogical and his faith alone will not save him no does It entitle him to Catholic communion He is off from the life of the church cutII Ilr not to belui ounted a Many a recreant to his Catholic j II duties enjoys the name of Catholic and his misdeeds are Immediately I I placed to the account of the church sneerlnglIremarked by Infidel and Protestant I But the fact is that man is not a jCathHc nor dooshe In any sense I I nQII himself It Is unfair and unjust to AIII I Catholic and then attribute his failings to the faith which ho never practices i i r IMPORTANT FIGURES I Ireland Is more than 90 per cent Catholic and a few people In Ulster have set up the cry that Home rule means Rome rule The Irish peo ple elect their own Magistrates now but It does not mean that 90 percent of tho Magistrates are Cath olics On the contrary less than 50 per coat owe spiritual allegiance to Rome The latest statistics show that there are many creeds represented on the Magisterial bench In Ireland Episcopalians members of the Established church are represented resbyIthree Congregationalists onQSo ciety of Friends twp Unitarians two Moravian one Plymouth Brothers one two Jews 283 Roman Catholics and three whose religious creeds arQ unknown Surely this does not look like the Catholics of Ireland are persecuting their brethren on account religion The dissenters appear to have more than their share of the best of it MUCH MISUNDERSTOOD AntlCathollc3 all over tho World are attempting to inflame their brethren against their Catholic neighbors as a result of the stand taken by Pope Plus X against modernism His Holiness is not fighting constitutions governments nor playing tie gmeot empire He merely sake his subjects to yield to the Vatican In lIattrlotatthalone The man who tau tkt oath iI of aMelfa nee U the PoPe musty likewise take an oats of allejlancj fuej i i t A y rdlnr to cable advices toe I I Convocation of Canterbury an Episcopal body has determined to shorten or modify the ten command ments la it possible that the Lord did not understand his business when He gave the tablets to Moses or do the Episcopalian ministers desire to do away with the commandments altogether In llmesrpast Irlshpatriotshave hurlod epithets and epigrammatic pnTfases at the British Houso of Lords yet none was as severe on the Peers as was Premier Asqulth Irf his address on the veto measure Just bear him Hereditary in orlgln irresponsible In the exercises of its powers and overwhelmingly partisan in its actual composition tho House of Lords Is the body to which the law has intrusted the conjsldoredscnlativos of the people The three essentials for a bappy homo are a devoted husband a faithful wife and reverential chil dren Tho man is a type of strong and certain faith the woman sym belie of tender confiding hope and tho children of abiding love PRETTY W1DD1NG Miss Anna Mayer Becomes the Bride of Carl J Kiefer Miss Anna Mao Mayer ot this city and Carl J Kiefer of Indian spells Were united In marrlargeat St Martins church on Tuesday morning The Very Rev Father Louis Ohio performed the marriage rite arid celebraled the nuptial mass which followed The only attendants were Prank E Walter and Wlllliam Dftsrjl Following the church ceremonies the bridal party was tendered a reception at tho homo of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William C Mayer 2024 Sherwood avenue The house was beautifully decorated for t Jvenlngtand other points In the Northwest on P honeymoon trip After March 12 I they will be at home to their friends at 1414 Lexington avenue Indian apollo The bride is an exceptionally I pretty girl of the brunette type and has been much admired In Catholic society circles The fortunate bride groom is prominent in musical circles In Indiana and Is leader of an or cliestra in that city WORTHY CAUSE Big Bazar For Benefit ofi fW I s Vl WSt Mlchaers Church The people of St Michaels parish have arranged to give a bazar for the benefit of the church at St Michaels school hall 220 South Brook street next Monday and Tues day Many friends of Father Martin O Connor pastor of St Michaels I faro working earnestly In behalf of I the bazar Handsome and useful prizes navo been donated for the wheel and euchre on both days For the first day the euchre prize will be a barrel of flour and a 5 gold piece dayIwill be served all day long on days by the ladles lof the Altar Society St Michaels I greatIhouses In the vicinity is expected to partake of the delicious meals The meals are to be only twentyfive cents With half price for children under twelve years The general public is invited FRANKFORT NOTES 1 I j John R Sower Past Grand Knight of Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus was in Louis vllle Ihls week attending the State convention of hardware dealers Mr Sower is an enthusiastic Knight and works council undertakesII I I I Grand Knight P Th Llllis of Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus is a tireless worker for the order He is the general agent 6T tho Standard Oil pompany for Kentucky I The series of euchres and lances given every Wednesday evening by Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus havo been very enjoyable and well attended The Entertain meat Committee made up of Frank Schrimpf John Corbett and Cfiarles Lane has been untiring in its ef forts to make these affairs successful The first official act of Grand Knight LlllFs wa sro make John J Corbett Lecturer of the council That ho made no mistake iy already eV- Ident from tho line of entertain ments mapped out by the worthy LecturerMr Mrs James Heaney gave an elaborate entertainment honor of Seumas MoMahus the Irish poet anil author on the occasion of Ills recent visit to Frankfort FATHER RAFFOS BIRTHDAY Rev Fattier Charles P lUtfp eels brated his birthday anniversary on Wednesday She celebration was a- very quiet one but nanny friends of Father Raffo called to offer eon grattilatioRC and fet wishes for many years of health and proaperltyI I SPLENDID NW ORGANII I The nejr orgaa purchased for Bt AugnatMes church itr JeffersoBviUe j has arrived and Is now 10 prpcees of J installation It is one of the fine 1 Instruments in Southern Indiana Tlia purohasb priceI was JlttOO jit will cost pop additional s to put it jj- la place 1 1i SOGIETY Miss Alice B Hlckey has gone to New York for a visit of two weeks Mrs Qua Peak of Ellzabethtown is spending several weeks here with friends Miss Annie MoQlll left last Sunday tospend a fortnight at Atlantic City and New York Miss Anna B Donahue has gone I to New Orleans to attend the car nival festivities Mrs Joe Carney and Miss Edna Carney have returned from a short visit to CloverportI Miss Edith McDermott has returned from a ten days visit to West Baden Springs Mrs J T Kelly arid children have been spending the week with rela tives at Alt Washington Miss Virginia Murphy ha returned from delightful visit to Miss Margaret Sauer in New AlbanyI Mr and Mrs Harry Schuetz have returned train a most pleasant so- Journ at West Baden Springs Miss Maeme Kcaney has returned from Memphis after a months visit to her sister Mrs George Wilson Casper Hammer E McDermott and George L Everbach havo beenII spending ton days at West Baden I The Misses McAuJlffe of Jeffer sbnville have returned home after a weeks visit to the Misses Coakloy I Mrs Walter P Lincoln entertained t her elghtEand euchre club at her home in Garvln Place on Thursday I IMissI Maxie Oldham of Bloom field is visiting Miss Corinne Lyons and will be extensively entertainedI I while here I IIM J Bannon and wife were among the number from this city spending the past week at West Baden Springs I II1Ilss Mary E Nolan has returnedlI from a visit to Washington D C where she was the guest of her couslnr Mrs Upton I jMrs William A Lutkemeler andl little niece Mine Hazelrlgg have returned to Frankfort after a briefr visit to MrsC C Hazelrigg of thisI city I IChrIes Fitzgerald of New Al bany had as his guests this week his brother T R Fitzgerald andi his niece Mlss Sadie Keese both of Ratib Ind b The new baby boy born to Dr and Mrs John J SuIlvan has been christened Paul homas The little fellow arrived frShf babyland on February 13 Mother and child are doing nlCBly Mr and Mrs Ben Otte who were united In marriage at St Josephs church last week have returned from a bridal trip through Eastern Kentucky and have begun house keeping at 210 Adams IThere streetIwas a happy gathering at tho home of Joseph C Leezer last Sunday afternoon following the christening of a fine boy left there by the stork Tho ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo and Alderman Fred godfatherIHarry Malone of Montgomery Ala a former resident of Now Al bany paid a visit to old friends and relative last week He returned to the South this week accomimnled by his sister Miss Annie Malone who will visit friends in New Orleans and Montgomery before she returns 1Mr and Mrs Charles Kiefer of who camo to Louisville to attend the wedding of Miss Anna Mae Mayer and Carl J Kiefer on Tuesday remained over several days as the guests of Mrs John E Walter of South Clay street The visitors are the parents of the happy groomIbrl1toj I I Eugene J Crouso a former res ident of Frankfort who has been holding a responsible position in the superlnItendentI I pany atLoulsvUle past eighteen months is enjoying an extended trip through the West and South It I Miss Anna Mae Mayer of Louis villa and Carl J Kiefer of Indian apolis were united In marriage at St Martins church on Tuesday pintyheldbrides parents Mr and Mrs Will I lam C Mayor 2024 Sherwood avenue After a brief trip through the Northwest Mr and Mrs Kiefer will I begin housekeeping in Indianapolis Mrs M Leddy sister of the late Rev Father J J Neafsey left this weok for New York Glty whero she will remain with relatives until fall wBen she will return to her old CountyRoscoznmOn came to Kentucky two years ago to be with her brother and while here she made a wide circle Jof friends whose best wishes follow her to where she spent her childhood days MED IRISH 1IERO I James McKenna a flagman for the Pennsylvania railroad who lives at Wooiter Ohio nay lose his life as the reeult pf saving the lives of- an unknown man and woman who were walking along the tracks in front of a fut pawanger train After KKen ahadt shoved thenioutotldAnger he was truck by the ftraln J atut hurled thlrtrtfeet Hevuitaiiiodt a broken shoulder anc internal in juries Mr McKenna wii eventy years old and native of Inland PQOMINENTCITIZENS 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say that JJ have had occasion to use May som Honey and have observed its effects when used by others and in my opinion it i most effective remedy for the ailments for which it is recommended Very sincerely yt 1634 West Market Street EDWARD SCHOPPENHOR 1 1PriceTwentyfive Cents Per Bottle at All Druggists MAY BLOSSOM HONEY C 1ii SEVENTH AND BROADWAY IJVCJOKCPOIZATBJD LOUISVILLE S KENTUCKY i + + + JUT hAiti I Liberals and Nationalists Deliver Blow at Lords Tho first authoritative blow at the British House of Lords was taken on Wednesday when the veto bill offered by Premier Asquith was passed on its first reading by a full Government majority of 124 The stood 351 227 secondII vote to The J I reading of the bill is announced for next Monday The Nationalists were first to cheer the announcement of the vote Tho Liberals also demonstrated enthusiasm over the result I The Unionists wero awaro that de feat was inevitable and asked for a conference but the Liberal leaders decided that the time for conferences had passed Hon Winston Spencer Churchill closed the debate for the Government and incidentally stated that the Government was thoroughly In earnest regarding its proposals of home rule for Ireland Tho voto followed and the Unionists were IroutedItho second reading of the bill next Monday Austin Chamberlain will move an official opposition LandsdowneIleader of the opposition in the upper house also gave notice on Wednes day that ho had prepared a bill for the reform of that body His followers claim that this changes the aspect of affairs and that Parliament must necessarily be prorogued until after the coronation At any rate the Liberals and Nationalists are not the least bit worried I iiNEW PRELATES Revs Ward and Schrembs Elevated to Episcopal Dignity I Two now Catholic prelates were consecrated this week tho Rev John Ward D D RightII Leavenworth Kan and the Rev Joseph Schrembs Auxiliary Bishop of Grand Rapids Mich Both ceremonies took place on Wednes day The Most Rev DIomede Fal I conlo consecrated Bishop Ward Many Bishops from the South and i West attended the solemn rites I I j The Right Rev BIshop Richter consecrated Bishop Schrembs in St I Anthonys Cathedral Grand Rapids I Ho was assisted by Bishop Maes I Covlngton and Bishop Foley of DoII troit two of the senior Bishops ofjjji the province The sernlon was preached by the Most Rev Henry Moollor Archblshoi of Cincinnati Many dignitaries of the church attended tho ceremonies Joseph Sayer tho Fifth avenue tailor and his wife who is a sister I Ie Consignor Schrembs wont to Grand Rapids with their children to I I attend the consecration The Louis i ville visitors were shown many courtesies by the Catholics of Grand Rapids BROTHERLY LOVE In Utica N Y is tho Masonic Homo of the New York Grand of Masons and it is LodgeffI almost a luxurious manner same city Is St Johns Roman Cath olic Orphan Asylum with 200 In mates and it is sadly in need of a IItoI Wiley of the Masonic Home arI chtJidrenperformers and on January 20 at the Majestic Theater a crowded I house at 3 a scat greeted them andII several thousand dollars were thus madeby the Masonic Home children for the St Johns Roman Catholic orphans I NEW COLLEGE PROBABLEtto Ria currently reported though thoXaverlanpropertyItJosephs College a famous seat of f learning in former years Whatever the Xaverians hate undertaken theyohave succeeded In doing well InNelllOnthe reputation W one bf the leading 1 educational institutions in the State iu c JJL Home Phon tjajj Captain I GIVE A REBATE TICK Good for ten cents in trade wit my New Blend Coffee at 22lbs 65i Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY aa w ZVUVRXOSIT STREEX =8aTry That Mike Home Phone ALL5337 B J SAND Distributor 722 WEST JEFFERSON ST t KNIGHTS OF BOL1IBDS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The council at Logansport Ind organized In 1901 has now over 500 membersWith more than sixty charter members a new council was insti tuted last Sunday at Laporte Ind Sunday at Pueblo Col there ILast grand initiation the three de being conferred on a large class IIn appreciation of the aid he ren dered the order the Knights of Law rence Kas presented T J Sweeney a heavy diamond set ring lone of the most successful fourth degree exemplifications over witnessed InthqWest was given at Col Washlngtonsbirthday The conferring of the fourth degree at Milwaukee postponed from Washingtons birthday will take place either on Decoration day or Flag day- Almost 300 members witnessed the initiation and conferring of three degrees ort a class of fifty at Belle Plain Minn Mayor Bailey welcomed the visitors Hon John Reddin has been In vited to be present at the first an nual meeting of tho Indiana district fourth degree which will bo hem In fndlanapolls tomorrow Buffalo Fourth Degree Assembly birthdayISeminary delivered tho principal address IThe council at Geneva N Y In itiated a class of 125 last week More than 1000 Knights witnessed the exemmpllflcatlon of the third degree Trains brought visitors from Rochester Syracuse and adja cent cities Bills making October 12 Colum pendingInVermont and Oklahoma have en hopehatthe great discoverer MASONIC firsthaJfdffoeolate Soldier which has b sn- niformly successful on both sides pJaYedforasented br the Whitney Opera Com PanT and an orchestra of forty play rL r u SMOKESRIGHT IItC7tTLSYS Thursday Night March 2 One Per formance Only Mme Sarah BernhardtA- nd Company In Her Great Play UL AIGLON THE NEW AVENUE IIWEEK I NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW YEAR I Reserved Seats All Lower Floor Front Rows rem Circle Back Rows Fern Circle 50 35 25 I No Higher nun IT Brewsters Millions Matinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday 25 HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville J AND Motion PicturesVADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contint uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERSF- IRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOJUMBIA 5B Under the same management 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auspices of the AnctShi Order of Hibernians The Archbishop and fifty members ot the clergy will occupy a stand erected for the purpose The parade this year promises to be one of the most Imposing spectacles ever seen in New York NEW IRELAND REVIEW With the February issue the Newr Ireland Reviewon8of the stoat scholarly mifcMlne that reaekea Amerleaceaiedto exist The laaua mattrallfeofentee1 these years tbert ive never been a brae when the New Ireland Re view WaIDot working for all thatj udlcholarllhiJps sing td hope that UB work win be taken up and curled on in sheir and brighter Ireland HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes cOl1 The Hibernians of Pueblo Initiated twentyfive new members this month Four States are now represented in the Hibernian scholarships at the Catholic University at Washington Division 4 of Providence at its last meeting added fifteen more names to ifs already large member ship The annual reception of tho Den ver Ladles Auxiliary on Washing tons birthday was a successful sand most enjoyable one i Delegations from a number of cities have given notice that they will be present at the Milwaukee In itiation on March 12 The Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary furnished two rooms in the new rectory for St Marys church at Richmond Ind Charles Obst and Edward Kelran made a nlco success of the picture show for Division 2 They will turn a neat sups Into the treasury Committees In many cities will this year keep an eyo on the stores vending objectionable St Patricks day souvenirs and postal cards Division 22 of New York City at tended a solemn requiem mass for deceased members at St Alphonsus Church on Washingtons birthday Milwaukee Hibernians will hold their St Patricks day exercises at the Auditorium on March 19 when Hon Bourke Cochran will be the oratorCongressman Korbly who Is a member of Division 3 of Indian apolis will be the orator at tho Em met celebration at Buffalo on March 5 Rev Father Crlminon of St Paul Seminary delivered a very Interest ing lecture on Irish history at the Installation of Ladies Auxiliary 8 in St PaulNext Wednesday is the date for the regular meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary but because It falls on Ash Wednesday there will be only a short session If one Is held The degree teamof Division 1Imust now get busy as there is quiteI a number of candidates awaiting in- Itiation This is Important work and should receive every attention Preceding the opening of the car nival of Division 2 at Manchester N H there was a street parade participated In by three military companies and the four local divis I ionsDivision 4 meets Monday night when it Is hoped all the members will be present A number of Important reports will be made and the arrangements for the observance I of St Patricks day announced I Acting County President Coleman and his committees are doing good work for the observance in honor of arranglag I itself and should fill Macauleys Theater to overflowing I 1 GOLDEN JUBILEE I II I Sister Mary du Chautal one of the oldest of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth celebrated the fiftieth of her profession at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Monday A high mass of thanksglv Ing was celebrated at which the venerable nun and tho other members 1 of tho community received holy 1 communion Sister Mary du Chantal was born in Pennsylvania She en tered the novitiate at the age of nineteen and since filled many im portant posts in the order lIerII many friends express tho hope that she may live many more years I ANOTHER CHAPEL DONATED Archbishop Glennon announced another gift of 100000 to build ono of the four private chapels In the new St Louis Cathedral the J donors name being withheld This Is tbo third 100000 donation The willbeVirgin The two others were tho chapel of the Blessed Sacrament given by Mrs RC Kerens wife of the Austrian Ambassador and All Saints given by the late Mrs A H Bailey The only remaining chapel to be given is that of All Souls AVENUE THEATER enjoyable thpAvenuethrillingstagedachievement This play has been produced In all the leading theaters and is ono of the best that will be seen this season at popular prices CLASS AT LEBANON Lebanon Council Knights of Columbus initiated av class of thirty manytlsltingBardstownElizabothtown cent points In the evening there was a ibtCnquet nerved in Kentucky stye Judge II W Rives acted as toastmaster The speakers were the lion Father J A Hogarty Con gressnrarf BenJohnson John Talbot of BarSStown and D M Cooper of Bllzabethtown BEAUTIFUL CEREMONIES The Forty Hours prayer will begin at the late mass 1030 oclock tomorrow at St Louis Bertranda church and will close on Tuesday at the 8 oclock masc The c remohlos tomorrow wilt be solemn and 1m presetve several hundred children will March in the procwMlon and flawTaInni PRIN4I RACM MBKTrNG c theNewCaurcblll Downs will op non Satur day May 18 and will continue Q f MENS 1 I I 15 and 18 I Overcoatsand Topcoats on special ati10 Hurryif 1 want on- eLEVYSI I The Bright Spot in Louisville I twentythree days This arrange ment was announced on Wednesday after a meeting of the Kentucky State Racing Commission at Lexington The best horses In the country will be brought here for the races NICE PROMOTION Jerry Driscoll for several years a i very responsible agent of the claim department of thb Louisville fc Nashville Ratlroad Company has severe his connections with that company to assume a more lucrative position In the claim department of the lIen derson Route His host of friends wjsh Jerry all the success in the world STRUCK BY CAR Miss Stella Barry of 1408 Brook street was hit by a street car at Fourth and Walnut streets on Wednesday She was removed to the home of her cousin J C Gnau 1315 Everett avenue whero her injuries wore dressed It Is not ibe Moved that she will be permanently disabled MOTION PICTURES The Casino and Orpheum have 1 bills for next week thaT will attract wide attention Eachvplcturo will prove a feature and all are from flFsl films At bot thorn will I nbegramme and in addition the latest illustrated songs- RESUMES I II I AUDIENCES I Cable advices on Tuesday announced that Pope Plus had recov trod from an attack of influenza and had resumed audiences His general health Is excellent FOR ATOMAXS EYE Draped models are extensively used for evening gowns The veils that are put on perfectly loose and that flow all around are popular i The metallic colors are among the Jj most delightful of all for spring and JJ summer bats- Bordered J foulards being shown in tthe silk departments are more beau- tifulj than ever The Honlton lace stripe has been revived having all the beauty of former weavings Silks challies and cottons show a tendency of having a supplementary border of a solid tone Granny bags or reticules will soonI undoubtedly come In for the newest modols are fast approaching that genreEmbroidery in heavy silk and metallic threads enriched by glit tering beads is the decoration most In evidence Broad bands of this are used on gowns wraps and blousesA hair ornament Is made of delicate pink ribbon wired on each edge with a hand made satin rose and foliage fastened with the bow to be placed at the left side front or lower in the back While there are many tunics exploited with shawl or pointed outline the majority have a straight even edge that terminates above the knees or Just below and has some variety of border decoration andIbatlstelargoIon wool cballles to the large floral1 patterns which look like copies of rich brocades and are every bit as exquisitely colored STUFFED STEAK T Grind one pound of beefstead Into a food chopper season with salt peppepr onion and one egg to suit taste Have ready a bread dressing as for poultry Grease gem pans add a layer of hamburg then of hamburg1Vhendonel d butter plates and garnish with parsley They retain their ahi and are nice for afternoon luncheons This also stakes a dubious beef loaf i i KUNS SSmAVTMi Pour a teasyooe 1 on shelf Add a half teaspoonful o paregoric to this eael week and the ants will sot both u IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The acreage under flax in the Latton district promises to be largo this i seasont s Tine deatbv6f WaVilii OMaltey at Westport is much regretted In County Mayo At trio annual meeting of the Boyle Town Commissioners Jasper Tully was unanimously elected ChairmanFire Castleblaney destroyed the dwelling houso Sand damaged the promises of James McClellaml coach builder entailing a loss of about 43000 A sad drowning accident occurred at Balllnrobo when Mrs Donnelly of Creagh road fell into the River Robe at the town bridge and was drownedAt annual elections for the Longford Urban Council Francis McQulnness and Thomas Duffy were elected respectively Chairman and Vlco Chairman Deep regret surrounded Ballio borough when peas of the death of Philip Farrelly became known He was the only surviving son of Mrs Elizabeth Farrelly Edward Moriarity a farmer six tynine years of age was killed while attending a funeral at Tlmo league by falling from a cart and fracturing his skull J V Ghalf of Clonegal a mem ber aC the Shillelagh District Coun ell nas on the recommendation of that body been appointed a Magistrate for County Wlcklow At the annual meeting of the Roscommon Town Commissioners George V Geraghty was appointed unanimously Chairman in room of Patrick Hogan who had resigned The Tullamore Board of Guar dians has decided to use Irish coal At a recent meeting of the Birr Board of Guardians Dr Houlihan of JJRoscroa was elected Medical Officer for the Kllcormac dispensary die trict The Dundalk Urban Council hasII I commenced the enclosure of the reclaimed slobland at St Helena as- a preliminary to planting trees and Shrubs and making it a pleasant park and playground for the chil drenDr Denis Whelan Vice President of St Johns College In Waterford has been promoted President in place of Dr Walsh appointed to be parish priest of Liamore in succes slop to tho late Archdeacon Mc Grath While at breakfast at Headley e Bridge County Kerry a young lady named Miss Madge Burke was burned to death owing to her dress catching fire The deepest sym pathy Is felt all over a wide district for the afflicted relatives By a fire which took place at the j residence of William Faulds as IJlkennyIoolenLizzie Power aged sixteen to Duncannon County Wexford was burned to death and the house itself completely destroyed The centenary of the Presentation Convent at Carlow which was celebrated in the Cathedral of that town brought together great numbers of clerical and lay friends of the community The history of the Presentation nuns since their house was established in Carlow in 1811 is an unbroken record of splendid work done In the cause of religion I and charity In tho Cistercian Abboy at Ros 1 crea the Most Rev Dr Fogarty conferred holy orders on seven mem bers of the community The follow ing were promoted to the priest hood Rev Eugene Martin Rev Francisj Martin Rev Amttideua I Cronin and to the order of sub deaconshlp Rev Stephen Martin Rev Anthony Daly Rev lUalachy Brazzll and Rev Columbkille Mc i CormackJJ AGED GERMAN MATRON HEAD Mrs Regina Hodapp one of the oldest and most respected German Catholic matrons In Louisville died at her residence 507 South Eigh I teenth street The deceased was born In Germany seventyfour years ago but the greater part of her life was spent In Louisville She Is sur vived by six children They are Louts A William G John H and Charles W F Hodapp Mrs Mary Wobbetf slid Mrs Emma Halblelb The funeral will take place from Sti Marys church this morning MINISTER EGAN DINES ICING Early this month Dr Maurice Francis Egan United States Minis ter to Denmark gave a dinner In Copenhagen In honor of the one hundredth anniversary of the arrival In Denmark of the first United States Minister The King of Denmark and other members of the royal family were present Dr Egan and his wife will soon sail for the United States whero he Is to deliver a series of lectures on edu cational subjects LARGEST LIBRARY The largest Catholic library in the GeorgetownUniversity It has 107000 volumes The next largest Is probably that of Fordham JesuitFathersWashington NotreDameandMarquette I Q T11 Aerile eorportttlon of oblto bai re Farrellthe tof110006Tbaver annum taratha re re 1 eo ea FRANK FEHR BREWING IttaNOORPORA KD Brewers and Bottlen LOmSVITT j y OUR SPEC IALBREWIs everyoneI SENN ACKERMAN I BREWING COMPANYrNOOJLPOHATKD LOUX VXLLE ILY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ortfer a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wean 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 INrHIWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excenentalir Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN K FRANK WALTERS 1 Clay Street 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suburban home SOOT HINT When soot bl wsall over your best loved rug or carpet before mov ing around In the room throw corn meal on the floor starting on a spot where there is no soot and the cornmeal being heavy lifts the soot and blows it ahead ofthe broom and can be swept off without leaving a traee4r HKAtDIIFUIi DISINFECTANT n lot ereabiiBg sickroom Ma eotant put a little frciiitrgToaivi iftee to a taieer and to the center ace aVainall pleceof camphorr meL ht with ajMitoh and ugum bum allcfHu coffee eq lib itr BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 iHENRYJ PULSl DYER AND CLEANERl Ladles and Gents WsarinrApparel WORK GUARANTEE phone i6js 528 Fifth Stew HENRY HUHOLD A BKAIBR IN Staple and Fancy races A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROffM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phase 4330 540 W WALNIFr MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CH1CAO BEST LINE TO r ellch Lick and West 31111n NSTATI tsvu NalaP n u SIIITOgY IRISH AMFfiRI0A1 Our Last Free Florida Trip on March 7 to the Famous Lake George Farms we have D66n very successful in our sales and l1nave auracied to our pro J6Gt some 01 our nest alltl mostt ellt6r DrisiiiQ citizens wmcn means that we are beyondtl tile experimental port and alter tills trip tiiet price oi take George Farms will De advanced t WALTER S INCORPORATED ADAMS s2 CO Selling Agents r Unusual Chance I nnHE IIIsII Ind and an efficient working organization for the manufacture of cars and trucks The construction is simplified Improved and protected by patents admitting of lower manufacturing cost and showing a greater efficiency durability lower cost of operation and upkeep than any car on the market The profit possibilities are big Limited participation is offered In the sale of Treasury Stock at par value 5 a share presenting excep tlonal opportunity for safe and judicious Investment Write today to THAD PEAKE for full Information and list of rep re entatlve local business and professional men who have Invested American Automobile Manufacturing Company 408419 Lincoln Rank Building LouUvllle Ky f For Your Furniture Wants I1- a WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street HeuPiano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods it is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course toy pursue In selecting a pianoone of real worth for the money you Invest We are confident of having the largest lines Of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of to the ownership o a piano the day you makeyourselection by Investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt ing of our superior service In treating one customer the same as anotber and Is a point to be well considered when pur basing a piano We invite Inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO Incorporated 688000 FOURTH AVBNUB N WE WANT YOUR WORKI Prepared to Do It Promptly IIIIIWereand in FirstClass Style PRINTINGCards Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations fa pecialty HOME PHONE 846 r KENTUCKY IRISHI AMERICAN i no WB T RJCBN 8TRBBT 4rnIAL- 1OND l HALFOF YdURTROUBLEQONE When You Use D WALL PLASTER ill Your fluldipgue s Kur1CTuRBD B- YY IJ ryc K n WALLInaorpotmua PLASTER Co-y I er ottiPlroaeo letrAi o MaltIeraosviaesInt 11I W JObr1ot t e CATHOLIC cnuRcn CRESCENT CITY i I IrOUKING BARD People of Dominican Con gregation Preparing For Bazar The people of the Dominican congregation are hard at work for their bazar which is to be held In the school hall In May Combination books and books containing chances on an upright piano at a Penny a chance wore given to the workers some time ago and both sets are go Ing like hot cakes The various committees have been fully organ ized and although it Is quIto early havo started work In a way that augurs well A number of meetings have been called and at each several hundred have been present display ing tho liveliest enthusiasm In the workThe sowing school will have a booth as well as the societies and sodalities of the church This will be under tbeet charge of Miss Emma Deppen Among the donations re ceived for this booth are two dolls dressed as Dominican Sisters and two others arrayed as bride and groom which are guaranteed fo make eevrybody who sees them wish that ho or she were a little girl and could play with them A number of other donations have also been secured Another meeting of tho workers twill bo held in the school hall Thursday evening and business of importance will come up for die cussion All those Inteersted in the bazar are requested to be on hand QUITE ACTlYti Grand Knight Klaphcke Keeps Colleagues In Council Busy Louisville Council Knights of Columbus Is keeping Its members active and alert under the regime of Grand Knight J William Klapheke A reception will be held at the club house from 8 oclock until midnight next Monday The wives daugh ters and lady friends of the Knights will be royally entertained John P Qasallly Chairman of the Library Committee is urging mem bers to avail themselves of the priv ileges and advantages of the library P H Callahans second lecture on Salesmanship and Advertising will be delivered at the club house on Monday night March 13 Last Wednesday night was George Washingtons birthday and Attorney Joseph E Conkling delivered a pa triotic address Harry R Swann Jr the Lecturer has arranged for the following lectures next month March 1 Extracts from an ad dress on Church and State bY Hon W Bourko Cochran to be delivered by Attorney Camden B Mc AteeMarch 8 Explanation of tho t amendments to the Constitution and origin of the term Old and New Court Attorney Newton O Rogers On Wednesday evening March 15 there will be a general discussion of the last United States census of Louisville and Kentucky ST XAVIEUS CELEBRATION The boys attending St Xavlara College celebrated Washingtons birthday with a musical and literary afternoonAn dress from Rev Brother Isidore Provincial of the Xaverlan order who was In the city this week Brother Isidore urged the boys and young men to foster a college spirit and to strive for excellence fa all things He talked of the various professions and urged all to strive fQt1I place at the top1hOH who- tookt part In the literary and musical xerelftM were Arthur C Becker ptugetie C Thompson Andrew jTheme Oliver C Jennings Robert ClayCGOOD VMJD1S YJLTI1ItnT1TJ- I Under the programme title of Cleopatra K Masque a dewerlp tUe Dancer itt too the headline at traotlonfor tie coming ifeek at Hofr klM Incittd In biracV is the In tftrpreUtloM of a tra M y of the court life Ot RatneMi IIJf Arnpdojt performing almal rfp also a itrpnrly TheltroUPfIfld t i lwl SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Halt on First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp = king Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Sel geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISioN 2 MeoU First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeohanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaeeyTreasurerJames Wels- hSergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3IMoots First and Third Mondays Ilnotoohth and Portlan- dPresidentD L Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ O Hes slon TreasurerI J Dougherty Sergeant = atArmsJames Stevens SentlnetrThomaa Noon- DIVISION 5 24 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Rertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas I ynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly- SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelM J McDeVmott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn 0 Cole Vice PresidentS E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc Grady Financial SecretarYJohn Hoga- nTreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Oar rity SentinelThomas Qleason Marshal Michael Noon Y 21 I I MACKIN COUNCIL 20G Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 844 North Tw ntyslxthJJ PresidentSambel L Robertson Vice President Joseph J Han- Cock t AC Link Financial SecretaryF 6 Adams J Recording SecretaryR Osborne j Corresponding Secretary H Ker bergyTreasurer W A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside SenUnelPAndrlott- OutsldeSenthietJ seph Stewart J 1 Can Sleep Welland Has SylcaOU I I AepetiteIndustry Feb 1 1901 I The peraon for whom I ueeb Pastnr- Koenig i Nerve Tonic 4s a iii year old I lady she suffered from want of appetite of sl plssness and was so weak that she could hardly walk a distance of about a mil whian she had formerly done with ease without having to take a rest several times the alto bad spells of dlsclnew I flJlerrightIbalj I I ousneM after I had taken one bottle I 1wrltMXrWmG1 I FREE A Valuabta oln ODkonII ealga to sny IrK the ratWajeKOCNMI MID OOi Ohoa e Ill Lakbtreetfoie 16rwge 1 EASY PAYMENT PLAN Ten dollars down and then 500 per II IIii month and you can take immediate pos session of a 10 acre farm that will earn f from 300 to 1000 per acre each year Send for our Beautiful Souvenir Booklet The Land of Least Resistance w w 307 Paul Jones Building 1 HOME PHONE 1729 fc J LARGE CLASS Frankfort Council to Hold first Initiation To morrow Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus will initiate a class of forty tomorrow afternoon This is considered a remarkably good show Ing when it Is considered that the council was only founded on May 8 1910 New and old Knights will attend mass at the Church of the Good Shepherd at 1030 oclock After an oldfashioned Kentucky dinner furnished by the ladles of the parish the Knights will assemble in Odd Fellows Hall where the business of Initiating tho class will be conducted Blue Grass Council of Lexington headed by State Deputy James C Rogers will confer the first and second degrees while a team from Louisville Council will exemplify the third or major degree Special trains from Louisville Lexington Covington and Cincinnati will take several hundred visiting Knights to the Kentucky Capital The committee In charge of arrange ments assures all visitors and ladies a royal recaption The dinner and tho banquet will be prepared by the ladles 6f the bothfeaststhehtstorieCapitaltho dinner will go to the school fund of the church The most beautiful young ladies in the Rate will serve the dinner and banquet The ban quet is set for 730 oclock In the evening and a remarkable flow of Kentucky oratory is expected to fol low the feast PROMPT ACTIONC Of Prosecuting Attorney Meets With Popular Favor For sdveral weeks complaints were made that poor mechanics and laborers in search of work were be ing defrauded by local firms and agents who promised in fact guar anteed work took money and then failed to secure work for the unfortunates So loud did the complaints become that the matter was referred to the January grand jury That body adjourned without taking action Harry Robinson tho alert Prosecuting City Attorney took the matter tip at this Juncture lie be gan a crusade that resulted In the arrest of several of the alleged agreedtoplainants and hereafter to have printed In red on their advertise ments In large letters Positions not guaranteed On this promise to be good Prose toIHowever tho employment agencies are being watched and Mr Robinson will not deal so lightly with the next violators SCHOOL TEACHERS DEATH Miss Ella Lyons a popular schoolteacher died at her home 2814 South Third street on Wednesday morning after an illness of several placefrommorning The deceased was the daughter of the late Officer John EllenLyonssisters survive her Miss Lyons was a native of Louisville and was a graduate ot the Girls High School As a teacher sho was highly regarded by pupils and colleagues- MACA17LLYS Sarah Bernhardt who lIs making l1erlast American tour will be seen at Macauleys next Thursday night In LAglon f one of her greatest reductions and in which she appears at her btThl will prove thee theatrical event of the year and- great Interest IB being manifested la the city and adjoining town GERMANYS OBNSUg Gelmanys official census hqwi her popuislion to be UU1 orr- a gain of 5000000 bvtf tke eeniu tPruilllth0lirI7S a tr 4 Investment Propertyi i A special bargain in colored property consisting of double cottage renting for alb per month Price 1350 Two cottages renting for 20 per month 1650 Good clean property in best of condition Some one gets a bargain Let us show you We also have some fine residences near the Dominican church Sixth and St Cath- erineOREILLY CO 512 Paul Jones Building Home Phone 2755 ueeeeee eeeeeee eer j BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distillerl Fairfield J5V f J M J BANNON JPrlS II Mar iMh GEHER Q SON 215 WBST 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