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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fT ii- P r P y JII f Jtt ytt 1 AMERIcAN I rB VOLUME XXVINO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 1 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS GLORIOUS Itcunion ot Old and Now Morn bers of JJlacklu Council On Monday flex Grown Grey In Service Knllynt Call owed nnd Country T I Splendid Welcome Accorded the Former Members by thehPresident INTERESTING ADDRESSES MAD Cr01 new members on Monday night Ir was the kind of a reunion that boosts tho game for the council and for the 0 entire order It was a gathering that augurs well for the Catholic 11 church and for good citizenship Pr limlnary to the social session there was a brief business meeting ot the council with Hon Samuel L Robert son presiding Two applications were received and four new mem bers were elected Michael Carroll I who recently underwent a serious surgical operation in Chicago and William Quill who has been suffer Ing from rheumatism were reported improving Tho Opera Committee reported progress and announced that there would be 150 people in the cast and chorus Atthls juncture the business session closed and the meeting adjourned to the big hall where the reunion and social festivi ties took place All members of Mackin from every section of the city were present and President Robertson in welcoming them stated the purpose of the re union which was to bring together old and new members of Mackin that the old might take renewed Interest and the enthusiasm of the new be increased His address was gracefully delivered and at the same time suggested that ho was en gaged in conducting the councils at 1j fairs in a manner as businesslike j as If he were putting down a con crete walk He told those assem theathe reunion would do great good ItIwas a good Jdea tomeet occaslonally + and consult for the benefit of the nell It meant mutual encour esteem moral intellectual octal uplift of the young man r fore a wont of national scope also paid a nice tribute to the i members and the work they so III grounded In establishing t ackln Council he said tey had ected a monument whosEvalue Vould not be calculated in dollars Rnd cents Attorney Patrick T Sullivan att veteran member of the council fol lowed with an address on theJ Young Man He said he was not one but that he was growing t younger The life of the church Is WIth the young man who must be de pended upon to keep alive the light of faith that was left us by our II- Divine Saviour The society that brings the young man to his holy Communion regularly and makes him a better Christian and citizen is a boon to the world He urged the members of Mackin to do all in their power to make the organization the equal of any in the city Mr Sulli van also asked them to welcome back all the old members and to treat old and new without discrimination Jack Sage said he was aroused by the warmth of welcome and was eager to take up the work again Henry Hesse another old member v who had long been aabsent made a forceful eloquent and humorous i talk and dwelt on the accruing bone E- tfltsof the Y M L and stated the necessity for suchan organization for both old and yoUng Cajtholjc menI i AH should belong to some society of Catholics R W Galway familiarly called Little Chief made an ex cellent talk He expressed the hope that all the old members would come back If they could not then be wanted them to send their children Ho dwelt upon the Induce ments that the society would offer Edward Canty who was one of the first thirtythree members of Mackin Straubexpressedtendance of old members and the d alone of their sentiments All Cath olio men he said should be in one iifold and for God and Country 1 Denijis Lenlban announced that he was coming back to work bard in tho interests of the council Dr A Ri Blbt made one of his old time talks that aroused fresh enthusiasms talked about Mackin Council severalnifi t audienceIntereted followedtsremnl ceatJn ttalking about Y M L history and urged all the members to rcnd the Kentucky Irish American tames T Shelley the first Preii1 dent of Mackin Council who li now engaged ia felling baseball good and fish Inr tackle revjcwfd th hlctbrV of the council and deastrong plea for further Improvement Others who poke words ofCi1- rPIjwpr 1 k Chirl LauMber Iharea S Raldjr and William M J ulnaCLOCK TOWELaSi Atoyalns ehnrebiat I fe Be ornamnnted f tt I t k Kr- SI 4 electric clock Nearly 1000 of the subscribeis to be covered with coment blocks When the work Is completed the Rev Father Ignatius Ahmann will have one of the handsomest churches in the d1oce- seCONVERT LEAGUE Information For NonCnth ollcs On Doctrinesof True Faith The Catholic Conver League of Louisville in addition to fostering a true religious spirit among its mem ers has as Us main object the en lightmont and conversion ot non Catholics The league in this respeot Is a sort of a lay missionary so theEto converts alone but is open to all Catholics I Tho cooperation at least of all- atholics Is desired and if any of knowtany may terested In or anxious to learn something of the doctrines of the Cath olic religion will forward the name and address of such party to tho cornemunlcate with him and endeavor to jassist him If your nonCatholic j friends have heard or read of any charges against the Catholic church and are willing to hear the other tside the league will be glad to i furnish him the necessary Informa j tionThe Catholic Convert League was organized during the present year and its officers are as follows jPresident Judge Matt ODoherty Vice Presidents Messrs P H Ca11a han J J Caffrey John A Doyle Thomas Walsh and Dr Peter S Gans Spiritual Advisers Revs Xavier Sutton C P and C P Ratio Treasurer F A Geher Secretary Dr B J OConnor 2407 West Chestnut street One of the members of the league jhas donated a hundred copies ot Cardinal Gibbons interesting and jinstructive book Tho Faith of Our Fathers for distribution among nonCatholics who are willing to in vestigate tho principles of our re jllglon It you have any friends who are anxious to read such a book kindly advise the Secretary oftthe league of their names and addresses FINAL VOWS T ckenJ Sisters of Charity of I Nazareth Last Saturday was a great day for the order of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth because on that day eighty members of the order in Louisville and others at Nazareth Academy took their final and perpetual vows ofpoverty chastity and obedience Nazareth Academy the Very Rev James P Cronin VG officiated at the high mass and at the ceremonies incidental to the renewal of vows The Institutions in Louisville whore the vows were administered included Presentatldn Academy St Josephs Infirmary St Helenas Home Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital St Vincent and St Thomas Orphan Asylums and the OLeary Home for aged men The regular chaplains celebrated the mass and presided at the making of the vows at earth of those Institutions Last Saturday was the feast of the Annunclalldn the day on which the church commemorates the visit BlessedVirginshe was to become the mother of God In format days it was a holy day of obligation in America but among Catholics in the United 11 Is now only a day of devo flan The Sisters of Charity have taken the day for many years as an occasion for renewing their vows Thee general administration of per petual vows this year was occasioned ardorbyHereafter the nuns who enter the order will take annual vows for the first three years then a vow for three years After that they have the privilege of returning to life in the world or making their vows for life The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth were founded at Nazareth Nelson county Kentucky Car inal Martinelli former Papal thefirstits new status AGED MOTHER DEAD The fifneral T Mrs Elizabeth Abel who died at her home 923 EastGrayatreet on Thursday even ig Mla it week took place from St morninganddceased was seventy nve years old althoufhanaUveofGelmanyhadtPent InLouisvUJeand congteIMUgDfrs chiter many years a Captain in tie Louie villa fire departmentioN reUred iirMartin cAtHil LouU Abet a Cajftain d oh1b1Krirf atbMduold ae and lira Abel entered upon i1Inepb 1Y k VETO BILL TT- Wili j I Come Ui For Another Round In House oi Com mons Monday Premier Afiquitli Will Take Drastic MeiiBiircs Agnlust the Filibusters Home Rule For Ireland Menus Pence For Great Many Nations ENTER ROCHE EXIT TIM HEALY I During the past fortnight there has been much shuttling of the cards in English political centers but the results have not appeared on the surface Premier Asquith promptly denied the story that be Was weakening on his proposition to pass his veto bill and was ready for a compromise He has reduced the Easter vacation to four days and has given notice that the veto bill is to be taken up before that time In order to meet the obstinate Tory filibustering Intended to delay the veto bill he would propose the most drastic forms of closure On Mon day April 3 the fight between Tories and Liberals will be on again in all its force Just now the British Cabinet Is weak only In the Illness of its mem bers Secretary Haldanes transfer to the House of Lords has not hurt the Ministry even though he was an able man There is work for him to do among the Peers and he will do it LloydGeorge Is still absent from the seat of political warfare owing to a severe attack of throat trouble His absence at this time weakens the Ministry because the debates of the past fortnight have concerned his budget mainly The treaty of friendship between England and the United States Is much favored in England just Dow1I but the Britishers are anxious the Americans to become more fortt over It Sir Edward Grey and others have Voiced the necessity of a handsacrossthesea policy be tween the United States and notbeenconthiswarrant any one to say that the entente cordialel as they say in diplomatic French is a matter of fact The Congress of the United States will have something to say re garding the treaty and its talk may be altogether adverse But T P OConnor writing from London tells Us that one indirect campaignforthat Englands relations with Ger many have entered into a new and friendlier stage even the difficult Bagdad railway question which threatened their good relations for years approaches an amicable set tlement Mr OConnor declares that a wave of universal peace Is spread Ing over Europe and that it helps the cause of home rule for Ireland since It will relieve England from the danger and shame of an unrecon cued and unllberatcd Ireland Over In Ireland everything la serene All are awalllng home rule and are confident that It will come AugustineRocheLouth in Parliament indicates the final and utter rout of faction in that community His victory is a triumph for Irish unity in national politics The editor of the Dundalk Democrat pays this tribute Mr Roche is a gentleman who will never disgrace the Nationalists of Louth For thirty years he has borne a prominent part in the politi cal history of his native city and province A more unselfish and singleminded man does not figure in Irish politics today His time and his money have been freely spent in serving the Irish cause Personally a most amiable and kindlyhearted man he has suffered not even personal friendships to stand between him and his duty He stood by the party of Independent opposition in the South at the time of the Parnell crisis though It meant even to a man of his kindly and inoffensive character the severance of ties ot friendship A warm personal friend of William OBrien be did not hesi tate lo oppose that gentlemans mis= taken and fatal policy of disuniting the National party in the vain hope of propitiating Its hereditary and irreconcilable enemies With him principle has always come first Yet his first words after the declaration ot his unopposed return on Wednes day were of amity toward those misguided Nationalists in North Louth who have hitherto opposed the Irish party and an invitation to every honest man to take his place in the ranks of Natlonalliltlretand- TimJtW Healy retired from the dignifiedmanneragslnqttMr tfocht 1 but his whole and isle argument Viui abuM of kilo supportersIleneetorthhe taidencel ttlialleerln lonlTibFew American Catholic TWlUo that Cardinal CUbboas Arc bftbop t j it 1t i 7 ot Baltimore occupies a very high place in the Sacred College As a matter of fact he has only four Oar dinals before him in point of seniority They are Cardinal Moran Archbishop of Sydney Australia Cardinal Capacelalro of Rome Cardinal Neto of Portugal and Cardinal Oroglia dl Santo Stefano He is exceptCardinalpriests except the other three men tioned above and of all Cardinal deacons indiscriminately SILVER JUBILEE Rev A J Thom Has Been Ordained Qu oftCenturyii l The Rev Father Andrew James Thome pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church will celebrate his all I I I vet sacerdotal jubilee on April 18 Easter Tuesday The celebration will actually begin on Easter Sunday evening when the people of tho congregation will given reception in his honor ut the parish hall On Easter Monday the children of the parish will have a reception and entertainment iin honor of Father JgBut will be the big day the day wtierifthe Jubllarlan will celebrate his mass of thanksgiv ing for being spare tweaty five years to serve IIJt the altar On that day his brother clergymen will gather arQJ1l himI tr5asslst at the ceremonies andTd5 W skihim many more years of service at the altar of GodThe solemn jubilee mass will be gin at 10 oclock Father Thome as a matter of course will be the cele brant Rev Dr George W Schuh mann and Rev Father George Weiss will be the deacon and subdeacon respectively The Rev Father P J A Berreshelm will be first master Lot ceremonies and the Rev Father James Assent will be second master of ceremonies The sanctuary will be filled with clergy friends ot the jubilarlan The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Rudolph Charles Ruff assistant pas tor at St Vincent de Pauls The celebration has been fittingly planned Fathers Thome Weiss and Schuhmann are all sons of old St Marys parish and were old school mates Fathers Berresheim and Assent were formerly associated withI Father Thome at St Martins church and Father Ruff whq is kits assistant and almost constant com panion at St Vincent de Paul iSIL son of St Martins parish where Father Thome labored so long and so earnestly It is eminently fitting that he should preach the jubilee 1 sermon j NEW CONTENT I I HAndby the Cincinnati Ursullnes From the Cincinnati dally papers it is learned that St Ursulas Acad emy and Convent of Cincinnati has purchased the mansion occupied by i the Schaefer School of Elocution at I the corner of McMillan street andII Upland Place Walnut Hills According to the most authentic InforII matloa the realty was owned by JoII hejFirstSaturday to Miss Nanno Coleman a prominent Catholic lady of Louis j yule and a slater of Mother Fldells J Superior of the Ursullne Convent at 1 Cincinnati Neither of the principals would discuss the details of the sale but It Is confidently asserted that more than 30000 changed halide on the deal j Those in a position to know say Ii that the Ursullnes plan an immense I new convent on the newly purchased I site Plans tor the purchase of the ground and alteration of the buildc lug have been in contemplation for several years past Mother Fldells la a sister of Miss CatherlRe Coleman j Ctpt Thomas Coleman of this I city and of the late John Hannon I and Spalding Coleman v I IXALVS SAI TflThe itlaiian Ooyernment is reaping What It sowed One fy one theaferowned hetdgt lGuropiare deelbu- lag r iBtiCaJlioBi to attend the aQoa tioh to be held in Kjme this year 1 None of the KurcpMtfvonarcha care to intuit the aoffust auoceanr of St Peter Plus X J TRAVELERS i Mr and Mrs William Lynch Pay a Brief Visit Alter Long Absence I Former Louisville Couple Spenti Six Xoars In Golden West will Soon Sail For Lengthy Tour ot Ireland and tho Continent WHY HE COULD NOT DROWN William Lynch formerly one of Louisvilles most enterprising mer chants and dry goods dealers Is back in the city after an absence of six years He arrived In company with his wife who was formerly Miss eveningMarch i pect to remain in Louisville until April 15 when they wl1lmakea i months tour of the East and then sail for Europe Both are enjoying excellent health and Mr Lynch has the same cheery word and the same I style of blarney that he used with good effect when engaged in com melhU lines in Louisville Mr Lynch talks interestingly of his life in the West It is a real treat to hear him He was sojourn Ing with his wife at Los Angeles I when San Francisco had her great I earthquake and fire six years ago His description of the ruins and the 1 scene Qt devastation after that catastrophe is graphic pathetic at times humorous at other times but always full of interest Mr Lynch told something about his life In the West to a coterie of friends in the Kentucky Irish American office one 1 day this week While in Los Angeles J he became acquainted with several theeast1 vibrated from north to south and i i then swung corners Although heI iIs more or less familiar with seismic jI disturbances one can see that Mr Lynch does not like them and h does not chips to have any radicali earthquake get familiar with him He tells of the marvellous speculative spirit of the Golden West Commercial enterprise t1 in the air he snys but the majority of th ispeculators are Eastern men It iIsjj worth while to hear him tell of theII irejuvenated city of San Francisco ofII Iiits new buildings of concrete and itwisted steel ten twelve and sixlj lIteen stories tall He can tell yonjj iall about Gen Otis and the labor I ttroublesJ spent six weeks of last summer a Catalina Island twentyseven miles from the coast of California He I I tells of fish that weigh 100 to 200 pounds that are caught with light f i fsportI While on the Catallne Island Mr 1Lynffli went swimming See that iman diving In there said an Irish 1 wag to one of the beach guards He will drown He has cork legstMr Lynch did not know of this re- marki and after his swim came ou t and sat upon a bench on the beach Tho guard proceeded to look hl overhand then ventured to remark a You can swim anyhow cant you Of course I can Why shouldnt 1I That man over there said youI had cork legs replied the guardII He did eh Well I have Cork legs and Cork arms and Im a Cork man Still the guard was mysti 1 fled until Mr Lynch gave him n few lessons in Irish geographyCAt pesent Mr and Mrs LynchI are stopping at the Fifth Avenu- otel They plan to leave Louisville April 1C and will go direct t Washington After a week In them J1NewJ1 more in Boston A unique featur- of the coming Eastern trip is that four schoolmates are to hold a reunion in New York Fortythre- years ago Mr Lynch finished his schooling at Kilredan nations 1 chool County Cork Three com panlons who loft school at the earn time are living in the United and all are in comfortab clrcum I- tancesOnets in the United States Secret Service in Washington Another Ila a railroad official in Buffalo The third is prominent iin financial circles in New York City Mr Lynch iis the fourth There willj be some popping of Cork wit when that quartette assembles In New i York early in May I Mr and Mrs Lynch have booked their passage for Queenstown on May 17 After spending some time 1 In Ireland they will cross to England and from there to Belgium The next journey will foe to Copenhagen Denmark After that they will see Sweden and orayall by easy I stages Theta will be no uurry Next t Winter they plan to spend in Italy Later they will visit France and Germany and then back to Ireland and the CoveofCork In the West Mr Lynch frequently met John Daeba aid Jeremiah Bacon former Louisville merchantsf nOtt expert globe trotters He says fh Rthltl1piUdatlllLouiavlllo i 18RJKE9n MANN ff a With the approval of Mo t Hv James H Btonk Arehbtahop of New Orleans a mass for night workers employed in the various newspapers and otherwise Is soon to be cola brated regularly in a now chapel in St Patricks parish The plan to ben followed will be similar to that New York CityNCARDINAL 1110UANII I Has Class of All Creeds and Classes In His Domain ij I II Robert Thomson a prominent nonCatholic of Sydney Australia In a recent article declares that If in years to come when great achievements that are now but as pirations have become historical1I vents the stranger should ask the children of Australia to name some of the men who deserve best to be ranked as the founders of the Aus trallali natron it is my earnest hope that among the great names men tioned will he that of Patrick Francis Cardinal Moran the great Cardinal1 who bait rendered services of thet most priceless value to the cause of Australian nationality Though not of his fold I hold the Cardinal l In reverence and like many others I have awakened to the fact that a Prince of the Catholic church may also be a democrat and a leader of the democracy in secular things Australian nationality has a powerful ally in Cardinal Moran an apart from x his duties as the chiefl shepherd of a groat church he has i found time to teach his flock to doi j1 their part In the establishing se curoly and nobly of a great Commonwealth I Cardinal Moran though past his I eightieth year is still vigorous and t strong In mind and body and takes j an active Interest in public affairs Only a few weeks ago he delivered a long address at the laying of the cornerstone of Armldales new 1 Cathedral and scarcely a day passes that he Is not present at some public function For the past ten years he has worked untiringly to procure funds to aid in the comple tlon of St Marys Cathedral Sydney which will be a marvel of architecture and the handsomest building of Its kind In Australia URGES REFORM I BeelIeve in a Worldly Clergy I achioremeneIntricate delicacy of the Vatican attitude toward those countries thatII are steadily trying to throw oU the yoke of the retrogressive and decaymJ ing system of family government improperly called monarchial instl Plus X was long a t wittl not tolerate an Indolent or warldlwclergy and even Cardinals in Ita1 having suburban sees are obliged tu 1 give them personal supervisionInt t words to be seen in Rome and more often in their own J j dioceses Rome has ceased to be lounging place for clericsdThe meager cable messages mak- Ing known the promulgation of earn e j decrees does not give us an 1 adequate idea of his character To tepees that we must peruse the deIthemselves They revell aIjj anmd profound knowledge of his posl tlon and its obligations Ha is boa uppn making the world understand that everybody inside the churchtriests and handclothed members of her senate students In seminaries high andIj low in religious orders and thetof the must thobserveto be admitted to the cnlnlstr peresons about to enter a profession ioiit vocation priests newly out of sen anes are not to harangue thd with flowery sermons an j witewhich they themselves are not wholly familiar and which in gen teflatter the Intellect than reform conduct Sensational preachers are to be forbidden the privilege ot th theocals1 f the sick or the dying and they themselves are ordered to give more comprehensive account of their bcustomthinjJ1NEEDSThe Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies has taken pro limlnary stops to bring the Nations1 Federation convention to Louisville e next year This year it ie to as semble at Columbus Ohio Dr PeterS Ganz and other gentlemen t Identlfl lwlth the Federation movement in Louisville will hold an dearly conference with the Louisville Convention and PublicVfy League BO that joint Steps may be taken in the In project The Right Rev BIshop ODonaghue tar already given liii approval vto the project 1I0Nh 1I They members fMa ldaCuJiol1 will make thelrllaeter eoHamuBlon tSL Charlie Borromeo ehurek on Palm ndr Mornlnf The lUv OJ r ttebnrolti d of Macktn Council 0 HOLY WEEK owItapldlgAppronehingjVlthAll Ceremonies Palm Sunday Will Usher In Pe rind of Fasting Conteiiipln Ition and Prayer Each Day Has Its Pecullnr lUtes and Symbols ot the Church OFFICE OF TENEDRAE AT NIGHF t Lent Is rapidly drawing to a close Tomorrow We will have Passion iSunday A week from tomorrow will 1 1 olyWeekHoly FridayPalm Sunday commemorates the e sa Jerulemdeath on the cross It was a followersdHim with hosanhahs The church blessIng thefaithfulSunday morning The palms leftover from that day are burned and the ashes are blessed to be dis thefollowingHoly Week is the most solemn period of Lent Wherever there are r priests of regular orders the Ten Thursday Louisville the office of the Tenebrae will be sung at St Louis Bortrand and St Boniface churches Wednesday Friday and Saturday are days of abstinence and fast Many Catholics also observe abstinence on Holy Thursday It was on the night of that day that our Divine Redeemer instituted the holy sacrament of the Eucharist It was on betrayedby fmysteries in the life of the Man r God are cOmmemorated by the GoodFridaychurch prepares the faithful for the great mystery of mankinds redomp fromYtajrJ eOn Holy Thursday the Bishops and Archbishops of the world In thlholyvarious sacraments l theUthe necessary oils for he year The mass on Holy Thursday Is al vestmentsuyetthereing proper to the Holy W ek The areathereafter silent until Holy Satur cone Is placed in a monstrance and borne In procession to one of rho side altars or a repository elsewhere themainments and coverings and washed with wine Good Friday commemorates the death of our Lord The church the faithful to contemplate is agony in the Garden of Golh semane his scourging his crown of thorns his journey to Calvary bear Ing the weight of the cross and i his death On Good Friday o priests wear black vestments HolyYrepository to the main altar and is consumed by the officiating priest On Holy Saturday the church Paschald thehtwelve prophecies In followed by the blessing of the fonjj and the Easter water The char go in procession from the font t the main altar reciting the Litany of the Saints as they go Once jas llowerrLtm 1 ents At the Gloria ot the mass the organ areeaThe office of the Tenebrao ia a- eautiful and solemn service during Week It symbolizes the dark = ness that overspread the world prior to the birth of our Saviour The riests are arranged nchairs at side of the main altar On tho epistle side of the sanctuary stands a triangle illuminated by thirteen candles symbolizing the Redeemer and the twelve apostlcav The priests chant certain psalms sing the lamentations ot the Prophet Jeremiah and several can ides One by one the candles are extinguished Finally the last cn is concealed behind the altar signifying that Christ would plea again from the dead All the lights the church are extinguished While an Our Father is said After that the lights are turned Rand prle ts and people retire ia silence IFOR CATHEDRAL A17iA1Ct The ladlM ef the Altar Society of the Oathedral will have a MMtN t- thNlldo IdreJosepp P liaa- len 11i11WMt Chestnut ttfMt m tilelot WcduMday April 19 Qwlto a somber of b B som obese hire be n donated I j- vI KFT7SOKY JRIH AM RJOANII n KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGfiN Aerated te the Social and Moral Advancememeflt oi Ids6Aiiericassand Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlaher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 30 Batcred at UII Loutivlll PoitcMlc M SecoddCIa Hitter Addressall CoamuHkitloai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St TRADES UNIONCOUNCiL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 1 1911 ATTENTION TAXPAYEUSl The much touted Board of Educ tlon Is getting Its bumpthebumII these days Who is saying a good ffora for it save Business Manager Jones and the Imported Supers tendent Holland The mj3mbersof the board are changing the names rof schooll buildings relegating old andI tried principals to the retired list and has even discharged Assistant Superintendent Lucas because het dared to speak without the perms slon of his superior Mr HollanI does not deny that Mr Lucas toldI the truth but he Is sore because Lucas said It first Holland wantedI that privilege but was beaten to ItI Mr Holland recommended the dismissal of Assistant Superintendent l Lucas asked that the dismissal bo made at once despite the fact thatt Mr Lucas term does not expire unUl1 September and says he is willin that Mr Lucas should get 1250 for his services despite the fact that he does no work during the coming six monthsIThe Board of Education is also 1In trouble with the MontnnegroRiehi Company because It is seeking itto avoid fulfilling a contract for th purchase of fifteen pianos said contract being made by the ol School Board through Sam D Jone business agent of the old board and his own successor under the new The MontenegroRIehm Company has asked tho courts to Issue a mandamus to compel the Board of Education to fulfill Its contract Tho dismissal of Mr Lucas wilt out stopping his salary the litigation a over the piano contract the chang- Ing or names of schools all these things cost money That 126 paid to Mr Lucas for services he Will not have rendered Is a mer = y bagalallo to Mr Holland but Iti1 places a burden ojr the taxpayers ff Louisville The seems to have a fond bonilso teachers Tbe kom has palled on their acquired tastes for foreigi novelties There is no doubt tha Louisvilles public school systen 1 needs improvement but how many o members of the present Board o f Education are competent to suggest the necessary reforms- It is up to the taxpayers to put ia stop to the waste of money that this board is guilty of It is up to Ute people to stop the actuaI demoralization of the Loulsvilli Mhool system The public school s are awarded lots of money by our tax system This year the total property valuation In the city 11Is 180000000 The tax rate IsI 181 on the hundred dollars and the school system gets thirtysi dfents out of every 181 collected IB not that a nice bunch of money to band over to a bunch of Incoinpe tents THE AMERICAN DOLLARS The American dollar has Insidious9 and corrupting uses or abuses iIn Great Britain but It also has goofdI uses It all depends on who gets that big round American dollar In January last when general election were on In Ireland and Great Britain Tory politicians and journals were denouncing the Amen an dollars that were crossing theI ttlantlc ocean to corrupt British piers and overthrow the British institution Those dollars went nly from Irish Immigrants and air sons and daughters Those dollars were awful It meant tainted money But It1s different nowNow the tune is changed The London papers are beginning to tell about the annual Invasion of Eng land and Great Britain and Ireland by the AngloSaxontourlstsfrA- merIca m They tell that 100000 are coming over there for the cor oapend1tOetoberNoneof this is tainted poney On net This la Anglo Saxon silver and gold The Anglo Saxons from New York and nearly I all Irish AngloSaxons at that theI Swedish AngloSaxons frost Wieconr AngloSaxons i AngloBaxonz the Sties Anglo Saxoni and the Jfrerieh AncipSaxons areajil going over to ijipur their u money JUthp1 of the BrigllBh nwrchanu wid tradesmen I Brnum fonadr out many ywura i aso tba tM American veopte wereb- oard e o humlrocged Thee c havs not chanted 1I orbr z Show them a king or a coronation lI and the American fools anti their money soon part If 10000 t Americans spend 250 each IIn-I London It would mean 26000001 Think what good could be done iInI the United States with that amount of money or half of It in works iof charityI Then think how badly th brokendown English Peers and Irish absentee landlords need those corrupting American dollars FILTH ON THE STAGE IMaor Fitzgerald of Boston I being commended by some editor s of New England papers because heI has taken a firm stand against tb I presentation in that city of a nest filthy drama To name It woul only be to advertise It BostonI Mayor was right in slopping th presentation of that play but he 1must not end there As head of theI most cultured city of the United States ho has many duties to per form and not the least of them Is 1 I t be the citys chief dramatic censo I He need not attempt to uplift the stage but he can stop Its downfalI 1Other Mayors in other towns may pattern after him 3Oni the American stage today Iher e 1are plays that are as rotten as an ever presented In England or ilIn- France Yet they are tolerated The theatrical magnate gets a new drama with a filthy theme and Immediately exploits its filth He tells Its story to the press and whispers that there may be police Interference after the first night The first night comes The morbid lovers of filth cif marital infidelity and social degeneracy flock to the theater and the success of the show Is assuredf Last week there was a holocaust In New York Olty More than 14 1t women and girls lost their lives A once the authorities took steps to investigate the origin of the fire and to place the blame for loss of life Only 141 lives loct but a morn upheaval Is started How many souls are lost through attendance at pernicious plays in all the large cities How many young men and women are going to destruction through their visits to house where these filthy dramas are P rtormedII Mayor Fitzgerald is right in his firm stand He may encourage others to follow his example Thor Iare lots of good clean heartlnteres dramas and lots of people willing to pay the price for witnessing themI Let the Mayors of America unite t a Keep the stage clean They pay for clean streets Why not give us a clean stage I TEACHING THE LITTLE QNES 1 1RealI Catholic mothers are tomd of their children and want their little ones to bo with them iii I toIteachin prayer as soon as the child begins to notice things about It When 1 It begins to lisp the baby is taugh the names of God of Jesus of Mary 9and of Joseph By the time Catholice babies are three years old nearly every one of them can repeat the lOur Father and the Hall Mary fore than that they conclude their prayers with God bless papa mamma my brothers and sisters my uncles and aunts and God bless everybody My Guardian Angel pro tect me now and at the hour of my I death Amen Now that children are to be permitted to make their first holy communion when they arrive at the age of reason Catholic mothers willI be more than ever assiduous in teaching the little ones their prayers Jo true Catholic mother will leglect it- WARNING WORTH HEEDING State Labor Inspector Patrick sounded a note of warning lll1bUrJ1 spe bbefoJe the Central rades and Labor Assembly last ueeday night regarding the necea ity for more and better fire iecapee ItSs no reflection on Col Tllford our optimistic Building Inspector to laY that he does not know the danlerMrTIKord IB kept busy in ill office and he te a busy bard rorklng man but there are many ire traps right ik the heart of- ouievhlesbnaraeeeL dtetrlct If Mr i llforA will let oUIee work to ome 1 0 it of hiiI able depatiee for a day J itrtwo thus are a attmlHtr of jat Mtecl citizens who esnsbow him oontHtiorthM ie dose notrealIseii jj- Pf1bUrD and Tllford are both good l1 men and have the interests of the people at heart If they will pull1 1t together they can work great goodt for life saving in Louisville A tittle t icr like politics should not separate them in a mutual desire tto save human life and prevent suffer Ing ISOMEWHEREII The Providence Visitor says The story that comes from Texas that a reporter had been robbed on Sunday of 1000 doesnt sound good and looks like a fake Few reporters would have that much of their weeks pay on them the day after We have known editors that would not have half the sum the day after pay day Perhaps after all IItI was a typographical error and that the genial jomrnallst was touchedi for 10 Instead of 1000 You know how careless these llnotyp operators are 3A young woman employed as cashier in an Eastern city is in Jal1I harged with embezzlement She admits that she appropriated hi r employers money because she couldII not live on the wages she received Her employer says It is true we- s would have paid a man more for tbeI service she rendered but supply an 1 demand control the price You cane I got a womans labor cheaper than a mans There Is no reason why weI should pay more Who Is to be theI more censured the erring girl or thee I philosophical employer whose motto is Pay a man not what he is wortl but what you can get him for 1 There are many employers like thiss In the United States One of the- o four sins crying to heaven for vet geance Is that of defrauding a workman of his wages Italy opened her series of expositions 1 at Rome on Monday EvenI the secular press admits the openin a failure The King and Queen Werei there members of the court and Senate were there but the Pope Vasi not Rome is not Rome without the presence of the successor of St Peter United Italy is attempting tto celebrate the theft of the Paps States from Pope Plus IX or illustrious memory It Is Proving more like a funeral than a frolic Other expositions In Italy are to follow at Turin and Venice but there is scant chance of success IIn point of attendance at any of then Centuries before wireless con munlcatlon between man and man was dreamed of there was wireles communication between man and God That communication has never been interrupted by tempest nor earthquakes God Almighty 18 ever ready for our signals of die tress It Is proper to contemplati on Gods goodness at this season or the year There are many decent respectaL ble and God lovlng Baptists in this community How long will they stand for the disrespectful am sacrlligeous utterances like those Of the Baptist World dated March 30 1911 Possibly the editor of the Baptist World has never come In contact with Sisters of Charity am their work The Lenten season is the sprln season Flowers are abloom plant are putting forth their shoots am trees are budding Who caused these marvels Not man only an- n omnipotent Creator To realize the omnipotence of God wquld be roc great for the human Intellect LOCAL KNIGHTS To Organize Branch v 01 Order at New haven- Tomorrow Tomorrow a party of Louisville gentlemen will go to Now Haven Ky to reorganize and enthuse Branch 61 of the Catholic Knights ot America there In the party will be State Secretary William T Meehan Gen Michael Reichert and Eugene McCarthy Supreme State Deputies Joseph PMcGlnn John Sehalda Charles Hill William M Biggins Oharles Falk and Harry Veeneman The Louisville delegation will leave the Tenth street Union Station via the L and Nat 8 oclock and will arrive at New Haven at 9 oclock in time for the late mass At the railway station in New Haven the Louisville party will be net by State Treasurer Sylvester Rapier President Robert E PeaksI tad Secretary Robert M Ford of theI New Haven branch In the afternoon the Catholic men of New Haven well be addressed by the Louisville delegation and every effort wlll be made to arouse new enth Slam in the old Nelson county ranob All Louisville members who lealre to make the trip ought to- nOtl fy Mr Higgins or Gen Relchert some time today NOVELTY BUOHRB FrendJlof the Rev rather John rKalaherwill not forget that a pyelty euchre and lotto for thet1t eaefIt of St Qblumbas church will f OBjJJDuter1 ve cents and are good for isochre tI itto or supper 1 4t t J i l MIf SOCIETY e Mr and Mrs P P Grimes have returned from a visit to friends at Owensboro Miss Gertrude Edelen of New Hope is here to spend several weeks visiting friends and relatives Mrs H C Walbeck has return d from Anchorage where she spent a weeR with Mrs E M Walbeck Mrs John Hines of Leafdale Kj has returned home after a visit to Mrs Walter Creasoir of Parkview Mr and Mrs James Carroll of 1915 Bank street are receiving congratulations over the birth of a son Mrs J C Murphy of South Lout vllle spent last week with her daughter Mrs Mary Shoemaker at Bard town Mrs McCloy and daughter Idell of Clifton were last week the guests of Mr and Mrs Floyd Burns 1In Lexington Miss Louise Shelley and Mrs Robert A Tucker are spending this week as guests of Mother Eutropl at Nazareth Mrs C MoLaughlln has returned from Newport Ky where she was the guest of her grandmother Mrs G P Woegll Ibars B Boiling of Lebanon Junction spent part of this week II I In South Louisville With her mother Mrs B Hagan Miss Elizabeth Hawkins has returned from New Albany where she was the guest of Mrs E W Fawcet of 1105 East Spring street Jack Lynch of Boston Mass who spent three weeks with friendsIl in this city has gone to visitl friends at Georgetown Ky Mrs J C Murphy of South Loul vllle has returned from Bardstowi where she was the guest of her daughter Mrs Mary Shoemaker Mrs George Graves and ltig Anna Malone who have been vlslI ing in New Orleans and MontgomerY have returned to their homes In New AlbanyMr and Mrs Fred Stengel of West Market street have returne from Richmond Ind where they enjoyed a visit among old relativei and friends George Rautenbush the barber IIs rejoicing over the arrival of a llttl shaver at his home 3031 Southl Fourth avenue Mother and chil are doing nicely Miss Margaret King daughter of Mr and Mrs M J King former of Loulsvlle now of Memphis is 1In Louisville to spend her Easter vacation with friends Mr and Mrs P H Callahan andI daughter Miss Edith of Sout I Third street will sail from New York about the middle ofMoy to spend the summer In Europe Harry Schelbel formerly of thisI city now engaged in the manufactur Ing industry in Chicago spent sev eral days In Louisville this week shaking hands with old friends Mr and Mrs Dan Haager have an nounced the approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Ethel Katherine Haager to M E Oemler Thc wedding has been set for June 20 Mrs Edward Glldehaus and Mis Nellie F Simon have returned home after an extensive trip througl the South Whle aWay they vlsltei New Orleans Mobile and othe points of interest Mrs Mary Lavin and family have removed from 1714 West Chestnu street to 1379 Brook street Afte a residence of nearly twenty years the removal was painful to Mrs Lavln and her daughters Mr and Mrs Charles P Dehlei have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Lillian L Dehlei to Roy Carter Keebler nov of New York City but formerly ot Louisville The date for the wedding has not been set Mrs James McCreary of Paducah Is visiting her daughter Mrs Thomas Roberts of South Fifth street Mrs McCreary is a charter member of the Paducah branch of the Catholic knights and Ladles of America and has been Its Financial Secretary for a number of years Last week the Kentucky Irish American announced the reported engagement of Miss Florence Catherine Rellly to Ford A Dance There was no such engagement but the publication was caused by a person Whoso idea of humor Is sadly degpn J anIrnounced1 1I1 April 17 All genU men8rere i quested to went appropriate cos tumes Han 011e pr zee wlUbe awarded repreeeijUlfvee of fraternal societies to gentlemen wearing the cost appropriate and correct cos tumea ot Holland The club will slve other dances on APrll37 May 11 and May251he commlfctee In Barge is made uofM Fallahay 3I Schaefer William Link H OI Seprges John Gumming Charles Killer Robert Oaberne William llhae William Cawln LSCunltt JB Sheehan Joe Stewart and A C inko I I LOCAL S M1PltO8- Legal j bneeball fans will kp aa xiouiceye on the Butte tatm- frOlli1tOWODJohuJXo 1 1 1l l Closkey Sr will manage the tear this season and he will have with him some first class semiprofes sional ball players from Louisville Among the coterie from Loulavllh who have signed up with Manage McCloskey are his son John J Mc Closkey Jr a capable third baseman Joe Foley who has made good GeorgeDUddyOutfielder Eddie Fries The youngsters will start for Montana today KNICTTSl np rOJ1IiiI Late News That Wp interest Members Here and Else wherei Blue Grass Council of Lexington will Initiate a class on April 23 South Bend Council initiated fifty candidates last week the majority being students from Notre Dam UniversityPueblo Council will on April 2f put through one of the largos classes In the history of Initiation In ColoradoThe of St Paul closed a well attended and successful retrea last week Fathers RIordan Lawle and Donahue preached the sermons Under the auspices of Bishop Carroll Council a minstrel show will be given for the benefit of St Elizabetl Hospital at Covington on April 21 and 27 It is a far cry to 1915 and the PanamaPacific Exposition but al ready the two councils in San Fran Cisco have begun preparations for entertaining thousands of Knights I FrancisII r all strangers from the East during the celebration LAETARE MEDAL I I1lssII I The Laetare medal which Is an nually awarded by the University of Notre Dame to a lay member of the Catholic church in the United States for conspicuous work in the i i field of literature art science or philanthropy has been awarded this year to Miss Agnes Reppller the novelist essayist and poet of Phila delphia The medal which Is ia large disk of pure gold takes Its name from the fourth Sunday In Lent which is called Laetan SundayMiss Reppfler was chosen for this high honor by the Board of Trustees of the university because of her literary work This is not the firs I herIUniversity of Pennsylvania con ferred on her the degree of Doctor of Letters Miss Hepplier is the daughter of John and Agnes Rep pller and is of French descent She I was born in Philadelphia April 1 I 1857 Her early education was undertaken by her mother a woman of rare culture At an early age she was sent to Sacred Heart Convent Eden Hall near Philadelphia and I there she acquired her taste for literature She began to write ex quislto essays and novels when a girl in her teens and as the years pusffed her work has constantly Improved The medal will be conferred 01 Miss Reppller with due ceremony a1 any date that will suit her con venlence RECENT DEATHS MADE FIRST VOWS Miss Mary Eagan a popular Now Albany girl who entered the convent of St Mary of the Woods near Terre Haute a year ago took her first vows as a member of the order of Sisters of Providence last Satur day Miss Eagan was one of eight novices that took the vows She will be known in religion as Sister Paulina Mrs Rosa Welscher an active member of St Anthonys congrega tion died at her home 4 4North Twentyfifth street on Tuesday morning Death followed an illness of three months Three brothers and a sister survive her They are George Harry and William Doerr and Mrs Maggie Stephens The funeral took place from St Anthonys church on Thursday and was attended by many sorrowing friends I IMrs Mary Dolan died at the I family residence 1816 High street on Saturday morning and her funeral took place from St Patricks church I on Monday morning Tho deceased Vas thirtyeight years old and is survived by her husband James Dolan fof many years nlghtwatch man at the Galt House and threeI small children Mrs Dolan was held In high esteem by all who knew her md her untimely death is a cause of genuine regret 1The funeral of whore Kokler fifteen years death re ulted from tuberculosis took place St Frances of Rome church 1from Thomas White conducting the obsequies She was the daughter of William Kohler 170I VlHtem street and is survived by ier parents and three sisters and three brothers The large attend anceat the funeral evidenced the ridespread sympathy felt for the ereaved family MISSIONARIES RUBY Rev Fathers OConnor and leary the Dominican missionaries hose headquarters are at St Louis ertrand convent In this city opened a two weeks mteelbn at St Andrew lurch Avondaleasub rQofClnc- lnaaO tth8j 10 oclock mass last inday morning Tha Irat wet was- rf the unmarried p leoftheIirFI- th and the M ond weak will ij for t1lmlurMcimHrrhi 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and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made VOLZ MICHAEli i 336 WEST MARKET ST- COPALLS CITY BREWING INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst StreetIIre Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Dumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light 7 f ULHYS Beginning Monday Night and All Week With Usual Matinees LYMAN HOW S TRAVEL FESTIVAL Pictures of Various Countries and all of an educational value PricesMatinee 15c 25c Night 25c 35c and 50c THE NEW AVENUE NEXT WEER NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW YEAR Reserved Seats Romantic 50Floor ramaFaeekela35 rauStarFnsk biatbie+sisee er7 5Ir1 i H HOPKINSyTHEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday coatint uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM- THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houwt in Louiiyjilti Catering especially to Ladles and Chlldr- earCOLUMB9A Jj 5a Under the Mine BMiii 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Strut YQUiREADYFOR Easter Bring your old straw mud hair braid bats in early We will clean dye and reblock them tin the latestshapes heathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS Banister Co Prqps 713 W Jefferson St Louisville CENTRAL FURNITURE CO r Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Sts We fcirnlsh the home complete on easy payments WM CALUGHAN tIC Sales Deft M M MULDOON Succescor WM Grainger Co Practical Horse Shder 404 E MAIN STREET Home Phone 5579 All work done in scientific and satisfactory manner Dive your boys aa education that will pre pare tkesi for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Cla ilcal Scientific and Bivilnesa Cound Preparatory De quippedGymnainm SITE OF THE WHITE HOUSE Tho site for the Presidents palace as the first maps name Itwasselected by President Washington- and Major LEnfant when they laid out the Federal city In 1792 They purposed to have the Presldenta house and the Capitol reciprocally lose to the long vista formed fry Pennsylvania avenue and they also I laid out a parklike connection between the two great buildings The plans for the house selected by Washington and Jefferson as the wait of a competlton Inwhloh jBnlant took part were drawn by Samoa HoTan a native of Dublin and a madal man of the Society of Arts of that city SAVING Tins BOYS i San Fraacisco Catliollce are proud ofthfllr Youths Directory a real- home for homeless boys Itil son uitta by the Rev Father DU 0- OrcJy and along dices ctmlVar to BOM of St Lawreae iBHtlUto IB ktie city During the year 1910 tie San VraaoiMd iiwtittttloB sltelorld- feaWd bod SIS hom lM8 bole a remarkable sbowia tor OD8 y t I n t t F gar NOTED PRELATE WWI Attend Blessing of Cornerstone of New Church I The cornerstone of the new St Augustines church on Broadway near Thirteenth will bo blessed with due religious ceremony on April 23 the Sunday following Easter Arch bishop John Lancaster until a few years ago SpaldingII Peoria Ill will come to to assist at the ceremonies The Archblshop was the first pastor of St Augustines congregation and builder of the first church of that name He has neevr lost Interest In Its work although he has been out of the diocese for forty years Father Felten pastor ol St Augustines has Invited the mem bers of Mackin Council to act as the guard of honor for Archbishop Spalding and Bishop ODonaghue on the occasion of the Cornerstone lay Ing The ceremony will begin promptly at 3 oclock Although St Augustines church Is tor col ored Catholics there will be thou sands of white people in the crowd that witnesses the blessing ot the foundation of tho now church OUR SELECTION The Chicago Cubs under the leadership of Manager Frank Chance will again try conclusions with OUT Colonels this afternoon and tomor row and if the weather man doesnt interfere a regular rrildseason crowd will be on band for the Sunday game The Tans are well satisfied with the material being tried out by Manager Howard and all are unan imous In predicting that Loulsrtllo will aarprlse some of the wise acres throughout the xlrcult who flo not expect much of the Colonels A majority ot the local critics pick the following lineup for opening game Reilly or Hughes catcher IWhtor pllcher Orlmshaw first base Starre berry second base Robinson short stop Lennox third base Hayfajn right field Stanley center field 3mU Kaiser left field dUST j 1AKE r The CouplerJournal on Thursday morning published a story concern Ing Oth Tlc Church Extension work thatwao Without any local rpunda tiqii It Is true that there Is a na tional society elf Catholics engaged In mission work but there Is no branch of the society here The Very Rev Fathor Cronin did not make the statements attributed to him In tho CourierJournal I SfcXATOR PAINTER ANNOUNCES Senator Thomas H Paynter has announced his candIdacy to succeed himself as United States Senator and will submit his candidacy to the voters at the Democratic primary to be held July 1 In making the an nouncement Senator Paynter took occasion to make a lengthy state I ment as to why he Wasa candidate WILL BE MISSED I Mlss Maggie Cougblln for thirteen years housekeeper at the Kentucky Institute for the Blind left last night for St Louts to make her home Miss Coughlln was one of the best known ladles tri the local Irish community and her Louisville friends hope that per life In St Louis will be peaceful prosperous and long She wlll be missed In Louis ville WILL INITIATE MANYII New Albany Council of the Knights of Columbus Is making ex tensive preparations for Us coming Inltlatlon which will be held on Sunday April 30 when tho degrees will be conferred oh a large class of new members For this initiation Jeffersonville has now fortyone can didates and New Albany twentysix a4 the number may be further In creased I MOTION PICTURES Both the Casino and Orpheum Theaters are putting on new dresses for the spring and summer season The Orpheum will be a gem of beauty when completed New films and new thrills are promised by tho management of both houses for coming week The pictures willtheII amusing Interesting and of tional VUluefft f INDIANA GRAND COUNCIL i IIt The Board of Grand Directors has I accepted tho invitation of Hope Council and Rev Father Rawlinson and will hold the next Grand Council of the Indiana Young Mens Institute t Indianapolisvisitors will attend from both places VALE I i MARCHII An old adage has It that when March comes In like a lion It goes out like a lamb Louisville peoplet can testify that this year March came In like a lamb and went out like a lion GERMAN CONGRESS A resolution of the Central Com- mlttee ot the German Catholic Congress Is published fixing the next general aassembly of that body for- August 610 The meeting will beheld in Mayence An exposition of hrlstlan art wlll be opened on the same day as the congress IIARPBR SERIOUSLY ILL Dominie Gerard the harper Is seriously 111 at his home 632 Fifth street ilnd bla friends are very much lamed over We condition SCORCHED ARTICLES For scorched articles use peroxide Wet two clouts plea one be Beat and one one top Und wateK tkr pae boom clear in ftft ea or twenty nlBuUM Let stand this 1- IloDIr wlthou diaturljlag a BUYS I I I CONFIRMATIONAND I FIRST COMMUNION SUITS 3 to 10 When your Boys are ready come to us We supply snore boys with their ConfirmationOutfits than any other store in town M1 S MOSES CO iINCDRPORSTEDi I 314516 West Market I The Great iayHght Mens Wear storeIARTHUR J JUNSELU Manager KINDLY ACT Ashland Hibernians Pa Tribute to James Serey t Ashland division of the IThe Order ail Hibernians on las Sunday caused ai high mass to be celebrated in the church there for the repose of the soul of the lato James Serey Sr ja veteran of the order At that nnass the entire dl vision approached holy communion n and offered up their prayers for the eternal rest of their former friend and colleague Messrs T M Haward Jr M J Ryan and JJ OtSfell who were appointed to drat suitable resolu tions on Mr SereyB death have paid him a high tribute as a ma- ref n charity of patriotism and goo citizenship Few men stood higher tn the estimation of the Boyd county I people than did James fierey In h1 passing the whole order has lost a itaunch und earnest member He was an example to all Hibernians and the Kentucky divisions need more men like him Eternal rest live unto blmO Lord and may perpetual light shine upon him AVENUE THEATER 1GeorgeI of Graustar from the novel of George Barr McCutcheon which I EII GENE LA MO proved such a delightful story of love and romance will be the at allIterlng butnot more than deserved The lines are sprinkled with the sort of humor and bravado that takes with all classes of theatergoers The scenes are laid in the mythical principality 6f Grau stark and allow a production of told world scenea and settings of an elaborate and beautiful nature with costuming to fit the 10caJeThe cail presenting the p YIs an ex behBrdjtosenuespapillar I MACAULEYS THEATERIiII Lyman H Howe will present his ser1esof Travel Festivals at Macauleys Theater all of next week Each performance will take the patron through a different country These pictures will be ed cap fleas in themselves and ttielr reputa lion is well known in Louisville nearlyeveryenttJoM In the actual colors of nature i t- nOPKINSTImATIffi I Another vaudeville bill of first olass quality IB promised for Hop kins Theater next week Of ourthere willr be Uie sit4 ran of six high elaae turns and motion iploturo tbe finest aver seen ta ioulevllle JtttlKlng from the OOJi n dtttndJeeth Hopkins Thetor srlll continue open all summer 11 I Inr BANNER NIGHT Division 4 P O H Received Ten Applications On Monday IDivision bannerIH Hennessy and all the members were highly pleased from the start Ten applications were received The applicants were William Schnell Harry J Hennessy Michael McDermott Jr John Coleman Michael Manion John Manion Matt Mul doon Cornelius OLeary John Dwan and Thomas Higgins Patrick Healy and Thomas Mullaney were obligated Those present were en thused over the good showing and all promised to go after new mem bers John Doolan and John E Browne are still on the sick list Short addresses wore made by At torney Newton Q Rogers and Stephen J McElllott and both agreed that the recent splendid St Patricks day entertainment had given the order a big boost Quito a number of brief talks were made In favor of increasing the member ship in order to mako a big showing in the parade next St Patricks day I IFORTY HOURS PRAYER rrTomorrowf morning the Forty Hours Adoration will begin at the Church of fit Elizabeth Burnet ave ii nue at the high mass and continue until the solemn close Tuesday i Father Assent the pastor will conduct the beautiful and Impressive I devotions and will be assisted by ia number of his brother priests There will be the usual procession and the sanctuary will be specially decor ated by the ladles of the Altar So etety GOODYPaul Martin of this city Is sunk ing good as a ball player of Colum Man College Owensiboro Ho is the youngest player on the college team but In the three games thus fart played all shutouts in Savor of the college Ills work bas been with nut an error Paul is the son of James J Martin of 2427 West Walnut street n well known lino type operator SUFFERS BROKEN ARM Little Mary Boldrlck the nine yearold daughter of Judge Samuel J Boldrick while skating on rollers last Wednesday fell and sustained ia fracture of the right arm She was carried to Her home 1914 South asdcomfortably as possible under the circumstances 9SOAKS GUN CARRIER Judge Samuel J Boldrick en tered a tine of 50 and a workhouse sentence of thirty days against Will- Iam Roberts a negro arrested Sun day night for brandishing a pistol and creating a reign of terror in the neighborhood of Ninth and Walnut streets Judge Boldrick also com mended Patrolmen St Clair and Graham for arresting the negro before he did any damage The Louis ville public wishes Judge Boldrick would fine every gun toter to the limit EXCURSION TO JASPER The Catholic Knights of America of this city will give an excursion over the Southern railway to Jasper Ind on June 11 under the auspices of the Central Committee The Jasper Knights are pleased with the idea and the uniform rank will be out In force to escort the Louisville visitors to mass and to show them over the city I BAZAR FOR SCHOOL ii On April 24 a bazar for the benefit of the new parochial school of St Vincent de Paul will be opened in the present school building at Shelby and Oak streets It will con tinue one week Sunday excluded The Rev Father A J Thome is pastor of St Vincent de Pauls and invites his friends all over the city to help make the bazar a success MISS TAlrYDETrEUII Miss Katie Talty who has been seriously ill at Memphis is out of danger and Is recovering rapidly Her Louisville relatives and friends expect her to pay a prolonged visit to this city that she may be entirely restored to healthII CATHOLIC SCHOOLS 1 1 The Catholics of the United States own upward of 125000000 of school property With 4972 parochial schools there are 1237250 Catholic children in these schools Counting In the orphans and other dependents there are 1482699 children who are being educated from the private funds of Catholic citizens DUTYS PATH It is not pleasant to record the truth that there are mothers who have sacrificed motherhood to worldly ambition and the most un happy women on earth are those who have set aside filial ties in order to live lives of social frivolity and the time cornea to all such when the bloom of youth forsakes tha cheek and ihe fire of youth dies out of the I eye Such often turn to their homes I flndICthatlhey1 honored and unloved The path of duty te the oily safe path let R be- lever BO thorny and the only safe guideboard polnte to fee Christian homett POtW01IANS1IYElit The short wipe lilea wlth the scarf 1 lists sorer tie faee lire than theyu- sddL t i to do j 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evidence everywhere New Goods New Ideas hold sway in the most uptodate RUG CARPET and WALL PAPER DISPLAY IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE ONE LOW PRICE on strictly reliable goods let no regrets follow if you trade here Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET Values Our MethodsPiano == I In advertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent lines the course to 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 payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt lag of our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to be well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OrD146a0 FOURTH AVENUE JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS lE NAUGHTON t Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only t Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS a9fOOOOO I GIVE A REBATE TICKET for ten cents in trade with t IGood New Blend Coffee atI I 2 12 Sea a a 65c f Phone a Trial Order j JOHN M MULLOY i BuoIII Phone I3 J S1r2 W JWCAKEJCHJT STREET ao XKyov3sxf ONETHIRD OFFON WHITE AND BLACK PRAYER BOOKS a We are making a special offer of one thlrd ofi the regular retail price op all our First Communion Prayer Books and other Special Books just placed in stock This is one splendid opportunity to buy new Prayer Books at a very low figure This offer stands good for only a short time It would be wise to look over our stock at once Remember all our books have been approved by tne highest authority THE CHAS A ROGERS BOOK CO 418 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky I IT POESNT PAYM To argue Against QUALITY Get the BEST In the start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER mANUPACTCRHU By KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Pint end River Both Phone 387 Also operating Iloosler Wall Planter Plant Lonlfvlll tt JeflcrsonvOle Ind Phone HS AWNINGS ANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and btterwork than any one here Orders by mall promptly attend to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST DR J T CWAWKytt- crimary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forii11fkAMll TACTICAL IiOISfrS f MrailGl1A Por tMlOeI lvr4 OPPICe AND POWH lUll SBVBNTH Stfo i HIBERNIANSi I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 will not hold another meeting until April 10 On Monday evening Division 3 will meet and a full attendance Is desiredThe Ladles Auxiliary and Divis ion 2 are both due to hold meetlngs next Wednesday ev The hit of the nlngII ade was the float division of the Ladles Auxiliary Division 1 will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday evening next President Murphy expects a large attendanceMrs Arthur State President has Instituted a splendid auxiliary at Logansport Ind starting oft with forty members Division 3s degree team is con ducting weekly rehearsals In prepar ation for the coming exemplification for a class for Division 1 Tho Ancient Order of Hennepin county will tender a hearty recep tion to the delegates from the Gaelic League of Ireland when they visit Mnneapolls next May Father Leddy pastor of St Johns at Lockport N Y In a sermon when fully 100 members received holy communion urged all young men ellgblo to join the Ancient OrderThe County Board has been called to meet for the transaction of important business next Thursday night Tho meeting will be held at St Louis Bertrand Hall at 8 oclockDivision 2 and the Ladles Aux iliary of Utica N Ylleld a banquet on Monday night and a feature was an address of congratulation offered by the GermanAmerican Alliance of the same city IOn Sunday the Knights of Columbus and Hlbernans of Duluth received holy communion In a body and it was said to be one of the grandest sights witnessed at the Cathedral for some time Milwaukee Hibernians realized 700 from their Auditorium celebration Bourke Cockran was pre sented 500 but only accepted his actual expenses John McCormack the Irish tenor received 500 The St Patricks day reception of the Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul continued from 230 oclock in the afternoon until after 6 in the even Ing The halls were thronged and in one Irish tea and other refresh ments were served continuously The members of all the divisions and ladles auxiliaries in Yonkers N Y attended mass and received holy communion at St Marys church on St Patricks day Nearly 2000 were present The Rev C R Cooley the pastor preached an In spiring sermon OLD TREASURES Of Priceless Value Burned In New York States Fine Capitol OM TltKASUIlEHS Crossed electric wires caused a fire in the New York Stato Capitol at Albany on Wednesday and the damage to the building alone Is es timated at 5000000 Besides this old treasures and historical documents of priceless value Were de stroyed Tho building cost 25000000 and was considered ab solutely fireproof but the contents In the way of fixtures and old manu scripts proved easy food for the names The entire nation will mourn with New York over the destruction of relics so dear to the people of the Empire State The New York State Capitol cost more money than the Naonal Cap itol at Washington and the Congress tonal Library put together It cov ers three acres of ground and cost 25000000 It is 400 feet long 300 feet wide and its walls are 100 feet high Most precious from the historians standpoint of the fuel for the flames were the twentythree manuscript folio volumes of the famous official records of the Governors of the city of New Amester dam covering the period from 1630 to 1674 They were original Dutch documents Not one of them were saved The correspondence of GOT George Clinton 6000 pieces in all were also destroyed Other priceless Colonial Washing ton and Lincoln relics were ta a safe on the ground floor and were unin jured FEDERATION Has Active Committees Working On Many Useful I Schemes The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies has appointed a committee to get up a census ot the Catholic population of Louisville Another committee was appointed to compile a roster of all the Catholic societies of the city Both these committees are expected to report at the next meeting which will beheld at the Catholic Woman Club on thec second Thursday In April The Library Committee has es tablished a register at the Catholic Womans Club and fora wary useful purpose It is respectfully quested that churches societies and contra ternities regiatOT thedates of prospective entertainments so that similar fetes or bazar may notoon- flIctTheLlbraryCommlttee Is ar ranging to send a collection of Catholic books to the Lakeland Asylum where there are 250 unfortunate members of the italth Reading la about their tonly pleasure All Oathofes are reque 4toueit Inejof old book rfor this nnrpow to Hiss fladto Doyle tChair man of the committee at 1SOS HUcbland i avfluQ t 9F y SOCIETY DIRECTORY A QD DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp klnaRecording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SPJ geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteehth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Hes stonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatrArms William Cal laghan I SentlnelMJ McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence ordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc GrodyFinancial SecretaryJoin Hogan Treasurer B A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link FinoncalSecrelarF G Adams Recording Secretary R Osborne Corrpspondlng Secretary H Ker berg TrcasureriW A Link Marshal J H Shephan Inside Sentinel P Andriott Outside StnttnelJoseph Stewart It1IIt rI nvE 1 I No more spells 3 From Talesville Conn writes Mr J F McGovern Sept 8 1910 that his daughter 14 years old was so nervous she could not attend school The doctor treated her over 3 months but without success Then he used Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic and two bottles had the desired effect much and ho Is very well satisfied with the results Mrs A Thomas Winfield N Y was troubled with dizziness and wealcneae- for three months few doses of Pastor Koeniga Nerve7lonte relieved her and after taking one bottle she had no more attacks FREE LIOEtilq lorlC SquareNewKoenigsNerve A Valuable Book on Ner piebottlepatientsPrepared by the Rn KOBHIO ot sort Wayne led since 1879 andDOW by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 108 Lake Street Sold by Druzglrtj at Sldir BottU 6 for 95 Large Alzt for S8 RIGHT ON THE JOB Coleman Ridge Is now exploiting his talents as a clothing salesman In the establishment of Cunning Lewie Brotzge at Third and Jefferson street Mr Ridge has a host of young friends whose trade will follow wherever toe goes and jtkeir hopihwUoJ1daf tare a big business of his own Meanwhile he CunningLewloIt The return u of the lags bt will ewelcomed by many women to whom the shy tyle it fooDming 3 Q 7ht I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled j From Exchanges The sale of Castlerea town and demesne has been concluded A house belonging to Fred Barry of Gort situated on his farm at New town was burned to the ground Couriclllor T J Murphy recently reelected to the Cork Corporation for the Center ward has notified his Intention of resigning The Scarlff Guardians have eloctI ed Dr P J Holmes as medical offi cer of the Annlcarrlga Dispensary district There was no opposition There was only one case for trial at County Cavan Assizes Not only peaceable but prosperous was Lord Justice Holmes description of the state of the county On Sunday fortyone head of cattle were driven off the farm of Cregballyconole near Ballyvaughan County Clare belonging to Bryan Ctrlllnan Woodstock- It has ibeen decided to open a Branch of the Labor Exchange In the Bridge street Postoffice at Portadown The work of making the necessary alterations will shortly be commencedOpening Limerick City Assizes the Lord Chief Baron said there wore only three cases for investiga tion and he had to congratulate the grand jury on the peaceable condi tion of the city Tho Lord Chancellor on the rec ommendatldn of the Earl of Ien mare Lord Lieutenant of the county has appointed John Creagh Harnett of Llstowel to the commis sion of the peace for the County of Kerry The death has occurred in Wales of Rev Father ODonoghue a na tive of Cahlrciveen He was In his fourtyfourth year and was a de voted worker for his people and an ardent lover of his native land Jfoatjh was due to heart trouble Wfiil engaged with his brother in cutting dolxoan ash tree a farmer named Wlllluax Ross of Kilmeany near Carlow wa fatally Injured by the tree suddenly tc alIng over and pinning him beneath It It was close on an hour after the o ureuce before his friends succeeded In ex trlcating him Details are to hand of the bomb explosion at an evicted farm occu pied by a man named Thomas Pratt and his family at Gurteenranee near Kilcooley South Tipperary Two bombs of a crude description were placed outside the house and one of them exploded but no damage was done beyond the shattering of the kitchen window No arrests have been made The remains have been laid to rest in Kilcrea Abbey near Cork of the late Dr Patrick OKeefe medical officer of Mountjoy prison whose remains were removed from Dublin Tho esteem in which ho was held was touchingly illustrated by the very large attendance of those who came to pay a last tribute to a mom ber of an old rind much respected County Cork family Oliver Rowe a water bailiff was returned for trial to the Assizes at Ballina on a charge of having fired at Thomas Naughton and Michael Synnott whom he found poaching In the River Deel near Crossmollna and with having seriously wounded Naughton One of the witnesses for the prosecution was Peter Kerrins a water iballlff who was with Howe I and who said that Rowe fired two shots at the men- The death of Stephen OShaughI nessy late Clerk of the Crown and I Peace for County Louth removed one who for a long time was a nota ble figure in the public and official life of the country Ho came of a llegal stock being thf son of the late fudge OShaughnessy who was in his day one of the leaders of the I Irish bar and afterward filled the office of County Court Judge for County of Louth from 1840 to 1849 when he was transferred to Mayo and later on to County Clare There was general rejoicing all over North Louth on the election of Augustine Roche to Parliament In Dundalk the windows of nearly all the houses of tho town were Illumin ated and pictures of Parnell and Hazleton were prominently dis played Bonfires were lighted in many of the streets while a blazing barrel which crowned the Old Castle at Seatown answered as It were the fires which flared from the tops of the Carllngford mountains Everywhere there was the most intense enthusiasm MANY MOURN Untimely Death of Miss Nellie Klley of West End The entire community was shocked when the announcement of the death of Mass Nellie Klley sit her home 1322 West Jefferson street was made on Wednesday evening Grief over the death of her father John Klley a well known blacksmith and Irish patriot is believed responsible for her death Three months ago she suffered a stroke of apoplexy and never rallied from the shock Miss Kiley was In her twentieth year and was a most lovable character She Is survived by her mother Mrs Johanna Kiley two sisters Misses Mamie and Josephine Kiley and three brothers Tom Dennis and Officer John Kiley Her funeral will take place from St Patricks church this morning DISTINGIDSIIIIDVISITOn The Right Rev Monsignor James JII DuffyT F M nof Reaelaer- Nr Yhas been the guest othRev Ihttlter Thomas W White pM churchteittagiftMy te one of the foremost noxJJ la the Btt4re Start 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