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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lcIi t iU t 0 S ii t tt+ H rj f rrc KENTUCKY IRIsH AMERIcAN v NVOLUME XXVLNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 8 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS JUBILEE Of Father Thome Will Bring Ills Ecclcslnsticftl Friends+ Together 4 Native of Louisville Twentyv 1 iiivc Years nt the Altar ot God Schoolmates to Act Assistants t nud the Bishop Will Bo Present lII EOPLE AND CHILDREN OBSERVE The Rev Father Andrew James Thome pastor of St Vincent do Paul church will celebrate his sliver sacerdotal Jubilee with a solemn high mass on Easter Tuesday morn Ing April 18 The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo will grace the occasion with his presence and his chaplains that morning will be ho Very Rev James P Cronin V G and the Rev B H Westermann pastor of St Marys church The i jubllarian will be tho celebrant ot the mass as a matter of course Other officers of the mass wlHi be the Rev Dr George W Schuh mann D D pastor of St Johns church deacon and the Rev Father George Weiss ipastor of St Georges church subdeacon Fathers P A J Uerreshelm and James Assent will be respectively the first and second masters of ceremonies The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Rudolph Charles Ruff who Is Father Thomes assistant at St Vincent de Pauls Other exercises inci dent to the jubilee Will be a recep tion of the people of the parish in t Father Thomes honor on Easter Sunday night and the childrens reception on Easter Monday A dinner and reception for the priests will follow the jubilee mass on Eastor TuesdayFather Thomewas born In Louisville on July 25 1862 His parents long since deceased were Peter end Eva Rlchmer Thome Twenty odd years ago the father was a prominent shoe dealer in this city At an early age the future LevIte attended tho parochial school of the tChurchof jthe Immaculate Con ept1onat I Eighth and Grayson streets On ac count of his unusual1 brightness Father Brandt became greatly tn- t rested in him and he and Father Helslng Instructed him in the rudi ments of Latin so that when young Thome entered the preparatory col lege of the Benedictine Fathers at St Meinrad Ind lIe was enabled to enter the second Latin class After four years of work he graduated and entered tho seminary depart ment and took up his studies in philosophy The late Bishop Mc Closkey thereupon called him home and he entered Preston Park Semin ary on the outskirts of Louisville There he made his course of theol ogy under the well known Dr Aemlllan Sole who now for many years has been professor at Mt St Marys Seminary of the West at CincinnatiOn 18 1886 Bishop Mc Closkey ordained Rev A J Thorn to the holy priesthood In tho Cathe dral of tho Assumption The first charge of the young priest was the asslstancy to his old pastor Father Brandt who was not able to look after the then flourishing and grow ing parish of the Immaculate Con ception Hero he remained from April 241886 until September 17 of the same year when he was ap pointed to the pastorate of Holy Trinity church St Matthews Jeffer son county There at once he set to work paying off a good deal of the Indebtedness and also making substantial Improvements In the year 1888 the Franciscan Fathers who were then in charge of St Martins church on Shelby and Gray streets were recalled by their Provincial and the church thereupon was placed in charge of the late Monsignor Francis Zabler The lat ter Immediately sought tho services ot Father Thome and the late Bishop appointed the young priest first as sistant Ho reported for duty and worked hard and faithfully until the untimely death of Monsignor Zabler In October 190C On October 24 of the same year Father Thome received his appoIntment as pastor 1ofSt Vincent de Pauls church Shelby and Oak streets During his seventeen years stay at St Martins c church he showed himself a hard worker In the school bis eftforts k were untiring his zeal In attending- to the spiritual wants of the sick of 3theparish was of the greatest his ability as an orator of the highest all who Mme In contactwlth hta felt the magnetism of lila personality f Since his appointment to St yin cent de Pauls church he has made great kaprovementi The church has been reeeoed a marble high aHar has been added with a marble MoeUary railing to match elctrla fixtures have bofl placed a new prlb sepulchre Stations of the GroM Imported from ICurope Also other chur h furniture has been added so that now7 8J Vincent 4e Pauls cTittM la one of the prettUet in t1iecUYo LoulBTllle Thtjf amounted to an outlay of aboutt 1 17000 About a year ago a large plot of ground WM bought upon which Is being erected a new schoolhouse the estimated cost of which 160000 The building If to be atn I solutoly fireproof and of all the school buildings In Louisville one of the most modern It will give ample room for the 400 children attending this school i I But spiritually Father Thome has done greater work Ho has thor oughly organized the parish Tho boys and young men have encha branch of sodality under the patronage of St Stanislaus tho girls and young ladles each have a branch of this same sodality under tho pat ronago ot St Cecilia the inarrled ladles have a St Elizabeth Sodality the men are organized Into a St Vincent de Paul Society To attend to these engenders great patience tact and ability The men tho girls and young ladles and the married ladies each have a Poor Soul society The pet work however of good Father Thome is his school At present there are over 400 attend ing All receive watchful care and training A child going through these grades and working faithfully will at its graduation be as well equipped as the product of other I graded schoolsto say nothing of the incalculable training in religion and morality here given The school is under the care of the Ursullrio Sisters able and experienced teachers Father Thome is too modest to speak of the work accomplished during tho twentyfive years of his priestly life and It was by considerable effort that material for this meager notice has been collected However the members of St Vincent do Pauls church know his worth and know his work since Ke has been among them wherefore they would not let this occasion pass without expressing their apprecia tion of his good wor- kTiMELY ADVICE Given Members of Irish I relloshlpClubofChicago Attorney Frank L Childs Assistant Corporation Counsel of Chicago spbko some plain truths to the members of the Irish Fellowship Club at theIr meeting In the La Salle Hotel last Saturday afternoon One of the leading sins of men these days is that fathers refuse to be companions to their sons They give thorn enough money to make spendthrifts of themselves and then purse thorn for the results Men sin too he said by not going to church enough and leaving religion to women by disregarding nutomoblleslwlthout on the street and elevated cars As a result of this neglect on the part of the men we find many ills in public and private life We expect women to take care of the church and tho Sundayschools and as a result the morals of the city are lowered We have lax business methods graft in business and dishonesty in politics You see I dont say graft in politics and dishonesty in business Graft iaa business evil and the trouble with polities is its dishon rat3 This dishonesty is what I would call Intellectual dishonesty Menb come dishonest in politics not by stealing from the treasury but by doing and saying things they do not believe They boost a man or a principle they do not believe In There is no such thing as graft In politics except as it comes from bust ross The foundation jfl all graft In politics Is the fact that some business man IS willing to pay for something he Is not entitled to MACKIN COUNCIL 1 Able Address From Pastor of St AugustinesII i Mackin Council had a big meeting Monday night with President Samuel L Robertson presiding An eloquent talk was made by the Rev Father Francis F ltenpastor of St Augustines church He commended the work of the Y M I told what the Catholic church was doing for the negro temporally and spiritually and more particularly what was be rig done for the salvation of the negro in St Augustines parish Father Felten also told about the cornerstone blessing ohla new church on the afternoon of Sunday April 23 On that occasion Mackin Council will be lhegaU1dOfhOnorl for Archbishop spalding and Bishop ODonaghuo who are to officiate at tho Messing of the cornerstone The Opera Commttee reported continued progress and announced that each rehearsal was showing marked improvement The Visiting Committee reported that William Quill who was 1I1wasweU and Michael Carroll who was operated on In Chicago recently was reported to be Improving lie lIB still in ChicagoMembers of Mackin Council will receive holy communion at Sfc Charles Borromeo church at t30 oclock tomorrow moraine The so cial club else called attention to their Dutch dance kio1wn be held at the club house on Bseter Monday evening cAMinBrLi AltK COMING thereire 11 niw V thirteen Aldermen Ttfthjf etrThiaHWe bit vNleial bat the otttttae will IN con doned The nowcojMr U a ten pound jpoy that arrived at tM home of Alderman Barney Campbell early Tuesday morning Mott et end child are doing nicely I EASTER Commemorates Itesurrcbtlon ot Our Divine Lord Front Grave English Name Derived Front OidSairTbngIe and Is Unchristian Celebration ol the Feast Dates From Earliest Era ot Christianity OBSERVANCE OF THE PASSOVER fortydaysEaster in the English language and those who speak tho English tongue understand Its meaning To hrnguagEastermoaningEasterresurrection of our Lord and Saviour from the tomb The word thisaxonthe same mythical deity that later Germans called Ostara and honored as the divinity of the dawn The English language is also indebted to he Saxons for East that part of risesThe the first writers of English whose work Is still extant tells us that the spring month was called Eoster monaht Similarly Eginhard calls April Ostarmonath Naturally the name continued long after the heathen goddess had been forgotten just as we continue to call the names lof tho days of the week Wodensday heathenIgod Woden and Thursday after the mythological god Thor All Chris tians except those of the German family of which the English is part call the feast by some modification of pascha the term which the cluirch i herself uses in her liturgy This term is of Jewish origin from Which the feast is in a certain sense derived The Pasch commemorates the Jewish Passover of the Hebrews It Is observed by the Jews because of the miraculous deliverance of the Jews from Egypt As in every other phase of his life Jesus Christ obeyed the laws of his church or creed as then constituted It is certain that He observed the feast of the Passover on the night before his crucifixion that He made the occasion forevep Them orable by instituting the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist The celebra tion of the special Paschal feast among Christians dates back to the remotest antiquity To all Catholics It Is tho crowning Work of the redemption of mankind Christs death on the cross without his resurrection would have availed naught Easter is as St Leo calls It the feast of feasts the greatest of Christian solemnities Down to tup twelfth century each day in Easter week was a holy day of obligation In these years Easter Monday alone is observed as a day of devotion On Easter Sunday the church marks tho Joyful character of the time The altars In the churches are bedecked with flowers and are brilliantly illuminated The choir sings its Gloria in gladdest tones The priests wear the white vestments so long abandoned The resurrection means everything to the Chrlstian For four thousand years the old peoples of the earth had looked forwad to tileI comlnltof thq promised When Ho came He was not acknowledged by his own people the Hebrews His life his miracles his passion and death are commemorated during the Lenten season On Easter He arose from the dead as He promised thus completing the redemption of mankind On pastor every good Catholic celebrates the day by receiving the holy sacrament of the Eucharist and there could be no more fitting observance of the day IRISH URLS Will Be In Force as Train bearers for Queen Mary I British society la all astir over reparations for the coming corona ion festivities It iran Just beenap nounced that Queen Mary is to have six trainbearers and ot these four are of Irish birth and the daughters I of Irish Peers The Irish maidens- ire Lady Mary Dawson Lady Eileen Butler Lady Dorothy Browne and Lady Eileen Knox The fifth train- bearer is Lady Mabel Ogllvy the daughter ota Scotch Peer the eighth Earl of Alrle and the sixth and youngest is Lady Victoria Car ririgton She Is only eighteen years and IB the daughter of the iBarl CounteM of Carrlhgton 11IdAllot the six are beautiesl and red Lady Mary Dawson it the eldeat and only twentyfpUr years oIdlhe is the daughter of the Bar and Countess of Dartrey Lady Mary Iit tall 6ff queenly hearing and b the geitilne Irish hhie eyes and Meek hair Lady iVtleen Putter Ii1 a- iaughter of the Earl and CounteM of Lanefborough She iti twenty ysss- sl till and graceful Lady Dorothy ar VM is 4 ttttMd M f typjenl j c rAl i H I1iI I thcjCoDorothys father tho Earl of Ken mare Is one of the wealthiest Peers In Ireland and has an estate ot 140000 acres Lady Eileen Knox the fourth of the quartette of Irish beauties is twentyone years old and is the daughter of the Earl and Countess of Banfurly PATRIARCHS v Attend and Lend Dignity to Meeting of Ancient SOrderI tDivision 2 A 0 IL held a very satisfactory imetlng on Wednesday i evening with President Con J Ford I In the chair t Thomas Hannan and I apI Mention from t the Catholic Federa ti n was received and with favorable attention Edward Keiran and James Welsh were appointed dole gates to the rFederatlon and will present their credentials at the next meeting The division Is fortunate in having none on tho sick list I Owen Sullivan and Edward Mad Igan two of Division 2s patriarchs were present and told something of tho glories of days of yore Secretary John Keaney read his quarterly re port showing that the division was financially and numerically stron Charles Obst Chairman of the En tertainment Cjpmmltteo and col leagues wore instructed to arrange for an entertainment and social sos sion for shortly after Easter Sunday Nice talks were made by President Ford and Treaiufer James Welsh ELECTS j WATRRtARDTh DI Louisville held their annual meeting on Tuesday for the election otpfflcors for the ensuing year TIIq election resulted as follows President Charles F Grain ger Vice President Charles F Huhleln Secretary Lewis R Mc Cleery Chief Assessor and Assistant Secretary Baxter Kremer Treas urer WilsonHiEscott Chief Engineer Thebd3rVA A Lelsen AB Distant Englneeiiand Superintendent C M Duke Auditor Buyer and Assistant Troasyrer John S Morris All ot these ofKcIals are tried and true emplpyes ijfjrthe water company and their eloctttajlnsurcS fine service for ew o j jnAOJ TO STUDY I I Frank Martin of 432 East Gray street who returned home when St Charles College Elltcott City Md was burned returned to Maryland to pursue his studies this week While the now college is being completed Mr Martin and his fellow college mates will occupy quarters at St Marys College Cloud Cap Md During his brief respite from study Mr Martin was not idle All iris spare time here was spent in theI offices of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company COUNCILMAN LUTKKMKIKH Major W A Lutkemeier one of Frankforts leading youug business non and a member of Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus was elected last week as a member of the CIty Council of that city He will till out the unexplred term of Will- Iam Congleton who died a fortnight will doubt ago Major Lutkomeler less be a candidate for the full term of office In November He is de servedly popular and sure to win RECENT DKAiIIS The funeral of Milton T Wright a well known contracting plasterer of the West End who died at his home2509 West Madison street on Monday took place from St Charles Borromeo church on Wednesday afternoon Many friends and ac qaulntances attended the obsequies George Hatfler a well known grocer died suddenly at his home Clay and Madison streets on Tues day Death followed hemorrhage off the hraln The deceased was forty years old and Is purvlved by a wife and one child The funeral took place from St Boniface church on Thursday morning IIThQ funeral of Patrick McLaugh i lln who died at the family roe idence 1815 Duncan street on Sunday morning took place from St Patricks church on Tuesday morn Xng and was very largely attended The deceased was thirtyeight years old and was a native of Louisville His mother iMrs Julia McLaughlin two sisters Mrs Robert I Smith and Miss Elizabeth McLaughlin and three brothers Matt Charles and Robert McLaughlin survive him j I rrTherun ral 6 fMr Alice Pierce Who died at the family residence at US Bast Oak street on Saturday afternoon took place from St Pauls ehtirch bn Monday morning Death followed an 1IIueHotteIl months but the sufferer bore her Ins with patient Christian fortitude Previous jo her mfcrrltge thlrtyhree years ago the WM Miss Alice McGronllotII NaihTllle She it survived by her husband Officer StanuallF Pierce of tbcvLouitTiile police department four onszd three dfdghtert The children are JetWj Leonard Charlei sad Pitmbre Pierce and Mittet liula Carrie and Anna May Pierce The deeawd was atawanber of St Pula- ofAltr SocletT id the KnighU and sot Ho4r J OGORMAN AVflllloNow Member ol United States Sonata FromNew- York t1 J8 tjini1grruiL- I Pnrellts WtnsEnipir State High HoBor Staunch Democrat Tuinmiuiy Supporter and Able uucIII Cultured I RESIGNS FROM SUPREME BENCH James Aloysius OGorman is the Senatorelect from the Empire State His election came on Friday night of last week Surely there is one Irishman who is not auierstltlous enough to believe Friday an unlucky day He succeeds the lion Chnun cey M Depow a Republican Tho struggle of two months between the alleged regulars and alleged in surgents in the New York Legisla ture closed when both factions decided to return to Democratic i principles so that the majority might rule Tire election of Justice OGorman to tho United States Senate is a triumph for Democratic principles The now Senator is the son of Irish immigrant parents I While he was not born with a silver i spoon in his mouth his parents gave him the best possible educational advantages lie was obedient to his parents was a hard student and like all Irishman he loved a fight when fighting was necessary but was always generous to his foes On the ballot that resulted in his election he received 112 votes to eighty cast for Chauncey M Depew Judge OGorman resigned from the Supreme Court of New York to become United States Senator Asa Justice of the New York Supremo Court he received a salary of 17500 a year He had three years of his term to serve Justice OGorman sacrificed the three years salary to become United States Senator at 7500 a year Senator OGorman was born In Now York City on May 5 1860 He is the sort of Thomas and Ellen OGTrman fty1884lie married Miss Anne M Leslie and he is the father of nine children seven sons and two daughters He received his early education in the New York public schools and later studied at the College of tho City of New York and finally graduated torn the University of Now York Law School He was graduated and entered upon the practice of his profession in 1882 From tho time he cast his first vote in 1881 until the present day Mr OGorman has been an ardent supporter of Tammany Hall In 1893 ho was elected a Justice of the Municipal Court of Now York In 1899 he was elected a Justice of the Supreme Court for a term of fourteen years Justice OGorman Is not much of a social leader but he Is fond of clubs and of civic interest institutions He Is a member of New Yorks Law Institute the MedicoLegal Society Catholic Club Friendly Sons of St Patrick New York Athletic Club Champlain Club and other organizations In 1904 ho received tho honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from Villa nova College and similar honors from Fordham University in 19081 19091AfterMr OGormansald I My best efforts shall be devoted to meeting the Just expectations of my fellowcitizens I am in thorough accord with the principles enunciated by the last Democratic National and State conventions As 4 United States Senator he will stand for immediate downward revision of tho tariff reciprocity with Canada the parcels post fortification of the Panama Canal direct election of the United States Senators and the Federal income tax He favors rigid economy In Government expenditures and is opposed to all special privileges and private monopoly to the now nationalism and to the centralizing tendencies ot t Republican partyII BRIEF VISIT I Of Catholic KnIghts May Result In Great Good i For Order I A delegation from Louisvilles Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America went to Nw Haven test Sunday to encourage old members of the New Haven branch to redouble their efforts in KnightIh091the expedition to New was profitable one one that will result in great hood to the New Haven branch vid to the whole order The weather was not prepossessing hut the delegates from Louisville thought little of the weather after the warm welcome accorded them In New Haven The train heartHfc the Lquiayille visitor left UnlonStRtlonI t Tenth and Broadway at SYJcloeXl Md arrived backfthe Hurting point at 8 oclock the same effining Ia the party that left Ix u7tvtlle were lea Mlchel Reiehort State decretory William T Ktebau Eu i geno McCarthy President Central Committee Charles lull Henry Hunold Joseph Herp Harry Vecne man and Tony Carraro The trip to New Haven was short and sweet On arriving at the terminus of their journey in Nelson county tho Louisville delegates were met by State Treasurer Sylvester Rapier and other New Haven Knights and escorted to Mr Rapiers home Mr and Mrs Rapier made them all feel corn fortable and kept all engaged until it was time to start to late mass and visiting Knights attended ILocaI mass at St Catherines church the Rev Father William P Hogarty officiating At the close of the services all repaired to the Daw son House where a real old fash- Ioned Kentucky dinner had boon spread for them In the afternoon the members of tho New Haven branch the visitors from Louisville and quite a number of prospective Knights assembled in Rapier Hall Addresses wore made by Messrs Reichert Meehan Mc Carthy and tho other Louisville dele gates The Now Haven Knights re frained from speechmaking but many leading questions were asked and answered satisfactorily The Louisville visitors art thoroughly pleased with their visit and expect to seo a branch of the Uni form Rank established at New Haven ore long Secretary Ford Squire McGee and Joseph Bowling were among those who gave the so journing Knights a warm welcome to Nelson count- ySOCIAL I I S SSINII And Initiation Planned by Division 1 for Early I Date i Owing to the attendance of ninny members at Lenten devotions there were comparatively fow at the meet Ing of Division 1 A O H on Tuesday night Ono application was received and one now member Arthur Qulnlan was elected A letter was received from Division 3 accepting the Invitation to confer tile degrees on a class of twelve on Tuesday April 18 The Initiation will be made general and on the same night a class of eighteen from Division 3 will receive the degrees Divisions 2 and 4 will also be Invited to send candi dates for initiation if they have any on the waiting list Division 1 has a first class Eenter talnment Committee anti the Initiation will be followed by a social session and refreshments Every HI- bernian In Louisville rls oxpectothto- ittond and partake of Division is hospUality It will be the first Hibernian social event after the Lenten solemnity and a large crowd- S assured The Reception Commit tee for the evening will be James Barry Thomas W Tarpey and Thdmas Walsh Frank KInney was reported 111 of typhoid fever but improving Thomas Shelley a veteran of Divis ion 1 was also reported 111 Treasurer Thomas Lawler submitted Iris quarterly report showing a com forlcblo balance In tho treasury AtItoney Patrick T Sullivan of Divis ion 3 was a welcome visitor and made an address that was well received Thomas Keenan Jr also made an entertaining talk and Thomas W Tarpey delivered an In I teresting address on the recent quar terly meeting of the four divisions I KENTUCKY COMPANY I j TO Deal in Life Insurance I Will Soon rile Its Articles The Central National Life is to be t o namo of the now life Insurance J company in Louisville It is being t organized by W H Gregory a life I Insurance expert a man of wide ex perience and wise judgment The new company Is to havea capital and surplus of a million dollars to begin with Those already interested pre dct for it a commanding position In the Insurance field Articles of In corporatlon aro now being prepared The officers of tIre Central National Life are well pleased with the splendid lays on Insurance now eX- tant In Kentucky Charles A Martin former Secretary ot the School Board will hold a responsible Position with the new comp ny A few days ago Mr Gregory who Is the President and promoter of the new company said It Is only necessary to take a mere glanco at statistics in order to provo that the field Is ample for another big company and that Louisville is the logical home of the Institution Were closer to the geographical center of the United States than any large city in the Union and Louisville occupies a commanding position In the South Deep interest in our new project has been aroused and I am confident the new company will prove all we hope for It I ISAD ACCIDKNT the thirteenyearold son of John Ahern ot Clay and Main streets met with an accident oa Wednesdar that resulted in thellea lt of onJ of his limbs In oompany wlth other boys hew playjng in this railroad yard and fell under a cut of rnoy1ngcars One of blilePi was so badly injured that amputa tion wai necessary His little corn panloiti Carried hta home The father John Abern promptly sent the Injured boy Jo St Anthony Hoe pltal where the leg wa amptr There If every the child CONFUSION In the Tory Ranks Worse Con founded by Very Latest Events tccr 1 dUIUn16trerce Oppo Sition Where LensIs Expected T POCqimor Pays Tribute to Sir Edward roy For Speech LIBERALS ARE WELL SATISFIED According to T P OConnor M P there Is every probability that the veto bill will go to the coronatloI also many reasons to believe that tho bill will he rejected by the Lords w1l1havenecessaryto ittthewhich has figured for several weeks as thb Tory panacea for all existing conUngenclesdied It was one of Lord Lansdownos pet policies but in the debate in the House of Lords Lord Morley mkod it fore and aft He was followed by tho socalled Tory back woodsmen who were equally as vehement against it They openly declared that they preferred AB qulths veto hill to Lord Lans downos referendum measure Lord Lansdowne saw Its doom and hastened its end by having its further consideration postponed sine die Since then Lord Lansdowne has confessed that the Tory party was all wrong In proposing the btlltotthe House of L rds without first getting permission from the King whose pregrogatlve they the Tories desired to curtail Lord Lans- downe did not discover the error of his proposal until Swift McNelll an Irish member of Parliament made the exposuro in the House ot Commons Illhealth is now pleaded toy tiori JLniiBdoH qfl aa an gxciiy pif delay In appealing to the King In the matter Premier Asquith will probably let him havo his own time as to what the Tories Intend to demand What the Liberals want thd King already knows Mr OConnor n speaking of the speech of Sir Edward Grey on the proposed AngloAmerican peace entente declares that the art of the speaker was so perfect as to conceal art When It was all over and when the speaker who had begun with an o audience cold and even hostile sat down amid a wild chorus of cheers one realized what a great performance the speech really had been This cold unimpassioned detached man had reached tho deepest emo Ions and the highest enthusiasms ot thoso whom ho had addressed had created what might have been a Ministerial disaster into a Minis terial triumph and had delivered a speech the effects of which went far beyond not merely his Immediate audience Important as that was but to every government and to every people In the world nay it might without exaggeration be said bad marked an epoch in the development of all future generations to ward a higher civilization in which war would have no place This tuna who achieved such a triumph is a man to be counted with And yet there is no nina Jn the House of Commons who seems more detached from its ordinary life When Sir Edward Grey comes Into the lime light he comes from circumambient 4 darkness Ho is never on tho treas ury bench except when he has questions to answer or his department it- o defendHo is never seen iin any of the ordinary resorts of members never In the din ngFoomSi never In the smoke rooms though lie loves a cigar and whoa duty compel him to enter the division lobby he passes through it rapidly almost l1kean uneasy ghost anxious to avoid ob servation Irtf imacy and oven conver sation with his fellow men nON WITH RELIGION Socialism and anarchy must surelY bo closely akin The one certainly leads to the other In Utlca N Y the Italian Socialist Federation held its national congress on Tuesdajr Resolutions were adopted declaring that all the churches are against the emancipation of the working elsa and for the protection and perpetual ion of capitalism and moral and economic slavery that members must sever their affIiation4with any and all existing churches and re ligious organizations and refraj from all religious practice rites The congress was at by delegates from tbirtyfh NEW POMCKl tSIXJaYOrJV O Head baeV French LIck Springs foratt rest audilurl11KJb int Jph JBuftChetneyer preside Bojird of Altlelmnhi kcttj He celebTatedjfhe event on byI tdjujnlst rlng the oath of to the illowing new policemen John G Fow Martin MHaat Collins Frank r rUM brte I 1 KENTUCKY IRISH lI1ERICAN NTUGKY IRISH MERIGflN to the Social Mi Moral Adyancemeraentt of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America UCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher CR1PTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 56 BnUr d at lIe Luh val PoitoKIc ai S cond Clu Hitter mali CewmuaUatloni to the kEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 8 1911 JUDGE REED WITIIDHAWS I Jildge William Reed or Paducah who was In the race for tbe nomination for Governor of Kentucky t subject to the action of thoI i Democratic party surprised a grea many admirers by announcing hisI withdrawal trom the contest ou Thursday night of last week JudgiI Reed would have won many nowr friends had ho remained in the race and had ho been elected he would have made a good Governor His card of withdrawal is dignified I and nSanly It is the announcementt of a Kentucky gentleman who hasliI no desire for political preferment outsldo his own bailiwick I TRIBUTE TO NEW SENATOR No man would want a better in dorsemont than that given Senator OQorman by Cardinal Gibbons 1lIs Eminence congratulated Mr OGor man when the latter arrived 1ii1 Washington D C on Monday amI later said to representatives of tho secular press I consider it a great honor to Know Judge OGorman He is i most estimable man and the State of New York will be ably repre seated by him in the highest leglsla five body In the country 1 first became impressed with him when I met him In Lucerne Switzerland three years ago when I was on my way from Rome to England By Ia strange coincidence he and Senator Depow wero seated side by side at I dinner I was attending The friendship that was engendered at that time between him and me has grown I have met him several times since and have always been deeply Interested in his career in his State He II stands lor the highest ideals and theIJ State of New York will be thankful11ii t in future years that such a capable3 man was elected to represent her He Is above all of sterling honest 4na 4JroadcxprlenceIf I I KKTIIIK FROM POLITICS Cols John H and James P Whallen have retired from politics l The announcement was made authoritatively last Saturday statement was like a flash of light ping from a clear sky to Uoptibllcans and Democrats alike Because It came on April 1 there were many who considered the story an AprilI fool joke Not soThe step had been long in contemplation it been taken hellthe Messrs Whallon are In the zenith of their glory They have quit while victory was theirs They leave politics with the approbation of the friends hat have so loyally supported them for the past thirty years Only those who wish for a reign of anarchy or socialism would wish them Ill In political retirement The Democratic party in Louisville loses very im portant political assets in tho retire ment of the Messs Whnllen The dally newspapers of Louisville with one exception have been com plimentary to tho Messrs Whallen The CourlerJournal the Herald the Anzoiger and the Louisville Times 5 each and all published complimentary notices of the retirement The Post alono abused tho services of the two men who had lent most aidl to make Us fortune Tho Post IsI ungrateful aefweH as unreliable and untruthful At one U o It pretended tolovo John and Jim Whaljen but at last it Is Unmasked DEMOCRATS START WEIiTi The Sixtysecond Congress of the United States assembled in Washington at noon on Tuesday and in extraordinary session for which purpose it was summoned by Presi dent Tat for the consideration ofn the proposed Canadian reciprocity agreement What of good or evil for tiuTpeople of tho Unlttil States will come out of this Congress will bo the allabsorbing question before the public for nearly two years The louse of Representatives Is Jargoly Democratic While the Senate has aI 1canmajorltrThere IsII son to believe that the tic majority In flee House or retrenchment and reform jj- e yr altoi rettwm to believeIi be Republican Senate wH to blocfc any lal1 fpMJJJ aaurea I1 mocratfl in the Boqwof+ l1 nta lives net in caucus on relay night of last trek and n at once to make good their Rueo to the people The mapped out Include a of popular reforms and much needs retrenchments In the first place they voted to abolish sinecures and perquisites on the pay rolls of tho House of Representatives approxl mating 200000 a year They also rattled a code of procedure undo which it is asserted that manlpuln tlon of legislation by deslgnin Interests will be preventable nnd adopted a slate of committees the chairmen and members of which wore selected by the Democatlc men bers of the Ways and Means Com mltteo acting as a committee on- t committees Democrats and Republicans of the progressive sort have advocate these policies for several years but they have been strenuously opposed by Speaker Joe Cannon and the old guard of Republicans The cost or maintaining the House of Reprc sentatlvcs had Increased under the Cannon administration until I It reached a total of 800000 a- I year The Democrats havo undo taken to stop the waste and at the caucus last week abolished three jobs in the Speakers office entalllnlg 1an expense of 2320 per annum twentyeight Jobs In the Clerk office at 3997 6 fortytwo Jobs I1In SergeantatArms office at 47050 twentyeight Jobs in doorkeeper office at 31340 six useless com mlttecs 12000 one months extra pay to each employe annuallj 50000 a total of 200000 or one fourth of that heretofore expended 1Irom this it can be seen that the Democratic House Is starting out well From now until the adjourn ment of the extraordinary session every move of the Democrats in tho House will be carefully watched and as carefully remembered mSG RACKS ASQUITH The real fight over the Lords right to veto measures In Parliament opened in the House of Commons on Monday when the bill had reachei the committee stage The debate promises 1o be long drawn out and the interest on both sides is keen Lord Lansdowne it will be remem bered wanted to override the House 3of Commons and thus Interfere with tho prerogatives of the King Mime to the satisfaction of the Liberate King George has sent a message tto the Lords in which he declines to let the Peers poach on his royal preserves King George sass Relying upon the wisdom of my Parliament I desire that my prerogatives and powers insofar all they relate to tho creation of Peerages and to the Issue of writ of summons to the Lords splrltua and temporal to sit and vote in the Houso of Lords should not stand In the way of tho consideration by Parliament any measure that may be Introduced nt the present sessloi l on the subject of thb constitution of the Houso of Lords In oilier words King George wants tho Peers to understand that he proposes to back Premier Asqultl In his demandshome rule and all LTflllTXIXG CHANGE AKTIST The Louisville Evening Post call change headlines almost as quicklY as It changes politics Last Saturda tho noon edition of the Post In attempting to rebuke Goy WlllBon because he j declined to accept the Posts advice and support Judge ORear headed its story Gloomy Gus Is Opposing ORear The result of the Insult to the Governor ot the State was so startling that the headlines were changed in all later editions Evidently there was somebody on the Post who realized that some scant show of courtesy no matter how lit tic was due the Governor of the State Senator OGormana first public utterance following his election vlll DialeD aii excellent impression upon progressive Democrats in every part of the country No coterie of Wall street capitalists financed a campaign on condition that lie should be Senator Remember that tomorrow will be aim Sunday the beginning of Holy ttfeak Wednesday Friday and Saturday will be days pit abotluwaee ft a i1BralUriManrCaU oil Irefraia lt eatlas milt pft Eely DburM3 i 0Toe local gmtesilonal baseball salon open rt Eclipse Park next jt watc one of our I begin tiff work of tearing up Seventh street between Kentucky and Broadway 4 Bribery Is ono of the worst possi 1 ble vices but the baseball fans of Louisville would not believe Owner Graysou guilty of even attempting to bribe should he send the local weather man a season ticket 1 4 I S0GIETV I Col M 1 Wlnn has gone to Seattle Wash for a short visit I IMisses Margaret L and Bottle Mc Kenna of Fairfield were weekend guests of friends In this city Miss Gertrude Mayer has returned from Evansville where she visited her sisters on Jefferson avenue I IMr and Mrs John T Malone will return next Saturday from a two weeks trip to Hot Springs Ark I IMiss Grace Carroll of Corydon has been visiting Miss Nellie Mc Carty at her homo in New AlbanyII I I1fss Ella J Oiltnane of Portland spent thewookin Evansvllle the guest of her sister Mrs J S Lanty i Jr I I bass Mattlo Oreenwell of Now Hope has returned homo after spending ten days with friends in this city I IIMiss Lillian Kearns returned Sat urday from a weeks visit to her sister Miss Catherine Kearns tI I 11I11 Miss Mary Decoursey of Highland Park was here for a visit of several days with her anuts the Misses coursey Sixth street DCI Miss Elizabeth Waters and JuliaI Corbett have returned to Louisville after spending a week end visit withI relatives and friends In Frankfort Miss Wlnona Fitzgerald of New Albany has been spending a week with her grandparents Mr and Mrs J M Weathers Jr a Marengo IndII Mrs M J Wihn daughterI Miss Anna Winn who have spending part of the winterbeenII Juarez Mexico will return home on IondayII Mrs Edward Redding and chl1II dren of Parkview expect to sail early In June to visit her mother In Belfast Ireland and spend tho I j iI I summer abroadII IJohn L Gruber the Democratic leader of the West End Is receiving i congratulations over the arrival of aIpretty baby girl at his home 4361 North Twentyeighth street ii iI Miss MacgJe Judge President ot the Catholic Womans Club has returned from an extended Visit In Now York and presided at a meeting ot the club last Monday afternoon I I ICaul Mike Mlnton a well known attorney of the Louisville bar is convalescent after an Illness ot five months and expects to be able to leave Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital l next week II Miss Edith Malone the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs1 John T Malone and one of the most popular society girls will leave about Juno 1 to visit Miss Marguerite Dlmond of Philadelphia at her summer home at Cape May j John Martin the Boventeenyqar I old son of Attorney Albert F Mar tin submitted to n serious surgical j operation at his home 432 East Gray street on Wednesday At latest advices ho was said to be tho way to recovery onII I I IlIIrs Catherine Kearns of Fourth avenuo has announced the engage ment ot her attractive arid accomplished daughter Miss Minnie Kearns to George G Zorn Tho wedding which will take place soon alter Easter will be a quiet onej wing to the recent death of Miss Kearns father 1 1 I Miss Ella Becker daughter of Mrs Amelia Becker of East street and Roy King were WalnutII in marriage at the rectory 0 I Mohl on East Broadway on Wednes day eyening The bride is a popular girl of the East End and the fortunate groom Is associated with tho Fontana Bros at Third and Green streets j INJURED IN ACCIDENT Miss Marie OBrien one of the most popular young ladles in Louis vllle sustained severe injuries on Monday when the electric cab in I which she was riding collided with a Jefferson street car at Eleventh I j and Jefferson street At first her i njurles were considered quite sort1 ous bu sbe rallied after the nervous I shock and was removed to her homo j t 1801 West Jefferson street WheretI she IIs now on tho high road to ecovery Miss OBrien B the daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward J I O Brien j IiPRINCESS BONNIE Trinity Councils Musical Club vrtilr give a Performance of Willard- Spenser I comic opera Prlncewi he onnle evenings tMa of auleY8rbeateronJJJ Vednetday April 24 25 and 26 The efand chorus are being trained by ProfLtO Sctimitt who has been no uecwwful IB thee PMt wtth operatnp- mrfgenLances ONH WBKKS MISSION Then JtYi Ather Adbertr C P1Jw Heart qat bE I X b Hkimrcb Kaattwkr and Pwpay street lit Sunday moraine TIM mission I wltl close tomorrow eYftInc The P terclBM hare been well gttendd T fNi Ned HANNA N l7N YOUR TIME OF SICKNESS I REMEMBER ci A LUCKERT PhG Purity and Accuracy Unsurpassed We Call For and Deliver Prescriptions Free of Charge HOME PHONE 7345 1562 S SEVENTH STREET WE GIVE GREEN TRADING STAMPS IIA NMtINNN ANN A NAN H KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING VV a IiI fa i The Last Dollar m IlJ That you spent for something you did not NEED would started a t SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED t twicaa year There COME a time your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank mt and Trust Co 1m r uFifthand Court Place In uOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m H wc 1I THE AVENUE NEXT NEW WEEK NEW PRICES FOR TIE NEW YEAR Reserved Seats AnF MinistersrlocrFront Rows ram Clrce35 1 earFamNo Higher Matinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday 2 5 7VYT tUIEVS Beginning Monday Night and Alt Week With Usual Matinees LYMAN HOWES TRAVEL FESTIVAL Pictures of Various Countries and all of an educational value PricesMatinee 15c 2Sc Night 25c 35c and 50- eHOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN F1LA1S OUR MOTTO are the Leading Moving Pic 1These in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic NN NZ ICEFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save bllJlOur distilled I deliverywllfbeWe to furnish ice I or all occasions aed In Bny quan tity Both PhoneiJ97 I ANIiiI t NNlNf N- ijLBrownlieldCo 1 I 55B TlIRD ST tiliRiir and GMtracto- r5TEAftland HOT WATER HEATING r3uitR1V1thut Slnr 11 0- oibe6146 u i both morning and evening Father L J B rraakatBL paatpr of Holy rtnlty has torn partlevlarly gratl b J Jf I Opp 321 JeffersonII have MAY when now For Tl Boys Confirmation Suitsand Outfits Come to- Headquarters LEVYS Third and Market The Bright Spot in Louisville L NATIONAL NATION A I The peer of any wheel ma ejfiUed with the highest grade equipment that can be procured 4500 DAYTON Equipped with G JTiresj mud guards coaster brake pumpand to- olsat3750 mudItuardst clincher tires and coaster 3000 PRINCETONWith gunman SutctfffeIdie 2500 DAYTONIAYith new Oxford single tube tires 1500 GIRLS BICYCLESWith guaranteed tires coaster brake and spebial gr deuf skirt guards 2500 and 3000 Full Line of Tires and Sundries Wholesale andRetalb IheSutcliffeGo INCORPORATED 220 Si FOURTH AVE tied at tie attondtniie of the young people fotiWboebeBflt the mission traa primarily Intended I ANN NAN i0 + A NA A NNAO + 0 WHITE GOODsi 1 Childrens Confirmation FOR Dresseszf Write For Samples Mail Orders Promptly Pilled French India Lawn a fine sheer fabric 32inches wide 19cpricei Mercerized Imported Batiste inches beautiful quality finish our regular 50c 145g sale price per 35c French Organdies 72 inches very fine and sheer quality good value at 7Sc sale price per yard 50c Persian and French Lawn medium and sheer qualities 45 inches wide our regular 39c grades sale price 25cper yard Mercerized Lingerie Cloth 40 inches wide medium weight our 25c grade spe 19ccial at per yard Linen Lawns sheer quality 36 inches wide well 40c sale price per worthii29cyard iFancy White Lawns in fancy checks plaids stripes and Swisses values up to yard sale price per 20cjii Linen Finish Percales 36 inches wide medium weight this extra good quality wellSworth 20c sale price 121 1 per yardr 2tWash Chiffon in a beautiful sheer and serviceable quality 45 inches wide our regular i35c grade sale price per yard 18c Z Imperial English Nainsook soft finish 36 inches sells ularly at 12 l2c sale regiiprice per piece i 1 ffERt1AN5TRAUS C MARKET SONSSTREET O J i tiANNANN A e A NA A A A OF TJ TTOlP has been transformed The VCJIV betterments are in evidence everywhere New Goods New Ideas hold sway in themost uptodateRUG 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 SHOES and SLIPPERS 1hibited1 prices For boys and girls who are about to make their COMMUNION and CONFIRMTON You will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made VOLZ Be MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET ST P M I BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Pros Mgr Viet Pros Trtas Secretary K ntucky Yitrfloda Brick CD INCORPORATED iZc YliitAOturUrM of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 J 1AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and bitter work than any one here Orders by mail promptly Attend to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N1 THIRD ST IT DOESNT PATcTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the Start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER t MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlMt and River Both Phone 9967 Alto operating Hobsler Walt Fluster Plant LonlivllU Kr JefferaonviHe Iud Phone K6 DR JT CHAWK VtteriMary Iifiraary and Hrse Shoeing frjrjft SCtENTIFIC AW PRACTICAL MOKE SWCWW u n HerCI4 Per II Mdi Mt Y rlumnQPNIcI ANt Iil IS VMNT11STRflf- u n J u I p j uut KENTUOK IRISH AMERICAN F LCONFIRMATIONr f A T S H S For Boys and Girls White and Patent Leather Shoes Oxfords and Slippers for girls 150 to 350 Shoes and Oxfords in all leathers for boys at 150 to 350 Confirmation Stockings 15c to 50c a pair H BOSTON SHOE CO INCORPORATED I III IIIBoston 441443 IAvenue I i I CHRIST GROT ml AND BOWLING ALLEY I 8 Finest Bowling Alleys in Soulh8 FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS OYSTEM WITH 1C A OH IJHINK Home Phone 6042 Cumb Phone 3892 428430 W JEFFERSON +i++++++r I t +++++t++++++++++ +t- V FIHE WINES CHAM- PAGKEALKOLB i 345 West Green Street 1IW1 u D J DOUGHERTY S J McHUJOTT i I DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 7 e I i Funeral Directors and Embalmers i J I Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS III All Calls Answircd Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t 1 ++4++4++ 4+++F+t+ t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J IBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 838 East JMain Street tiranSmithsub- AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral1 Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriage furulabed for all occa ioni 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH j LADY EMBALMER Wuhittg and Dressing Ladies aad 1 Children a Specialty ixoarn PHONE 1117- 7girtysrboys r M Nacallethat will pre- pareBeal frllfe U 5T XAVIER5 PQLLEQE 112 14 Brsrlwyj rsstyN K iCmutuctcd Wtfcc XavvrUu Brolktn CtaMtwl IIIS1tMetltlararl n I CB THOMPSON FLORISTi JIi1rONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention And satisfaction guarant- eedHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PING WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers la Finest Brands of Ken tucky WhteklM especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND UlitKnne 1840 234 SIXTH STREET HENRY flUNOLD BBAXSR IN tiplit aM Fancyy 8rIC1I A FIRSTGUSS SAMPLE MMM iI j IN 0 NWf tJtON I tOi111Liehfes a SfMeklry IMri24wWITti- l j i t Jk t I hay f ljf rfi i MONUMENTSWe Harre Vermont three car loads 1 r Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which We can offer at a bargain Please give us a call MULDOONMonument 813 W Green St Louisville Ky HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- NewsNotes IDivision 4 will extend the glad hand to John When who has just returned from Mexico on Monday nightCouncilman Charles Flnegan ThomaslLawlerthings for the next meeting of Division 1- Division 2 is enjoying a prosperous year Secretary lean s financial report shows a goodly sum in the treasury which is being Increased at every meeting The Jeffersonvllle division will in augurate a busy season immediately after Easter It is proposed to make the division there ono of the strong est In Indiana At every meeting this month the members have been loud In praise of the committee that so successfully arranged and conducted the St Pat icks day celebration programme Thomas Keenan Jr and Tim Sullivan were warmly welcomed by Division 1 this week Their ad dresses were to the point and contained advice that their hearers ap preciatedExCounty President P T Sulli van was a welcome visitor to Divls Jon1 this week His suggestions and review of the work of the past few years were both timely and bene ficial and met with generous ap plauseDivIsion 4 meets Monday night and Presldon Hennessy expects every member to be present The busIness will be of much Interest will relate to the membership andtt paign that will be conducted summer Every member of Division 1 should remember the Initiation and recep tion that win take place at the next meeting April 18 It is the desire of the officers to have every one present to assist in receiving the new members and visitors from the other divisions Division 1 Invites all members of the order to be its guests and witness the initiation that will be conducted lty the degree team of Division 3 at Falls City Hall on April 18 All are assured a hearty welcome and pleasant evening and It is expected this will be the largest gathering of recent years PASTORS MOTHER JIlT Rev Thomas A York pastor of- St Pauls church was called to Watertown Mass a suburb of Boston by the Illness of his venerable mother This week Father York has written to friends in Louisville saying that his mother who is elghty seVen years old is very weak Unless unforseen events occur Father York will return to Louisville for the Easter celebration RETIRED ON PENSION to John Holden one of the best known members of the Louisville police force has been retired on pension after a long and faithful service For the Past two years his mInessof his duties during inclement weather CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Federation Catholic SocIe- ties of Jefferson county will hold Its monthly meeting at the Catholic Womans Club GIG West Walnut strebt at 815 oclock next Thursday evening Business of importance i gate Is to bo transacted and every dele of the affiliated organizations Is requested to be present FATHER SUTTONS IJBOTURKS Rev Father Xavier Sutton who gave a series of lectures for non Catholics at St Francis Xavier Cathedral In Vlncennes last week was greeted with immense audi ences Fully twothirds of the large numbers who heard him were non Catholics and all seemed to be deeply impressed with the speaker EUCHRE AND BEAN HAG St Andrews Benevolent Society will give a euchresand bean bag party at St Anthonys school hall Twentythird and Market streets on the night of Easter Monday April 17 The society Is conducted by tho men of St Anthonys parish and all its works are for benevoent pur poses MOTION PICTURES The Orpheum and Casino Theaters will have an intJrelynewlIneofm- otion pictures next week The cosiness and comfort afforded the patrons of these thaatejs are guarantees pf proloaslsucce5Lt The management never falls lto give the Morons a run for helr money LARGE QtwattJWNIID J VjamM of unknown origin d- etroyed at Jurcee Roman Cntluillo ehureh In San JTrandUoo Witt Satur day The structure wuof wood retctbe loss Unfixed at 100000 xti SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Se geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 MeaU First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial Secretary John J Keaney i Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION Meets FIrst and Third Mondays Ilneteohth and Portland President D J Coleman VIce President Hugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial Secretary J 0 Hes slonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday nertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms i William Cal laghan Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall Coilnty President Lawrence Ford PresidentJohn Q Cole Vice PresldentJ E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Me Qrody Financial SecretarYJohn Hogan TreasurerB AColl SergeantatArmsMichael Gar rity SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y JSkt x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Hancock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker berg Treasurer ty A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart DONTMISS OUr Special- Consignment 1Sale OF Boysr Fine Suits 395 Suits Divided Into Two Big Lots Boys Sv uitValues- Up To 600 3500o- Ysf Suit Values Up To 700 475All Wool Scotch and Ve lourCassimeresin- Lighta d Dark Patterns Some with Two Pairsr of Knicker Pants On Sale Saturday arid Monday MS MOSES CO INCORPORAtED 514516 West Market tJ Tlit IrMt liyKckt MMS Wear SUrt AATIt9il J KHWHLA Mssaiger MAYOR ORRBKB HOXOnKD Mayor Newton A Greens of New Albany bs been appointed a Tsatm Aer of the RMWptlon Committee iof1 ementbanzueitoOar A4 ril IS I I 0- rf J Ii f FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to 0 WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST n KNIGHTS OP COLDMBUS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Toledo Knights closed their Lenten retreat at St Marys church last SundayIndianapolis Council has forty eight candidates waiting for the third degree which will be conferred soonBishop Meerschaert blessed the 2000bell donated St Benedict1 church by tho Knights of Shawnee Okla Trio Knights of Oklahoma City have made full arrangements for tho incorporation of a company to build a home Plans have been concluded for Instituting a council a Wlnamac Ind next month Forty candidates are ready for the Initiation work Right Rev Bishop Farreijy presided at tho close of the eighth an nual retreat of the Cleveland Knights which took place In St Johns Cathedral Hon E Edward Barry who has been elected Mayor of Cambridge Mass is Past Grand Deputy Knight of Cambridge Council and a member of the order of Alhambra Cincinnatis councils will have a joint initiation on Declaration day May 30 and Supremo Knight Flaherty will come front Phila delphia to attend the exercises- St Paul Council of St Paul Minn has signed a contract for the erection of a building to cost 100000 There will be a gymnasium and swimming pool in the basementSunday May 7 has been appointed by Right Rev Peter J Muldoon Bishop of Rockford Ill and State Spiritual Adviser of the Knights of Columbus as the day for the annual communion of the Illinois Knights as an act of filial lovo and loyalty toward the Holy Father FIREMAN PROMOTED Martin Doollng Who for some time past has been a member of the No 1 Fire Company has been promoted to be Captain of the No 13 Engine Company succeeding Louis Fosse who was retired on a pension Capt fooling Is a bravo and experienced fire fighter and his legion of friends wore highly pleased when they learned of his deserved promotion STKREOTVPKRH ELECT James Turner a popular young IrishAmerican has been selected to act as delegato IQ the International Sloreotypers Electrotypers Union convention from No 32 the local nulon Mr Turner is at present Sec retaryTreasurer of No 32 and will ably represent local stereotypers at the convention which will be held at Detroit in June MAX FROM Ml ICOI John Winn who has been at Juarez since last fall is expected to arrive In Louisville today or tomorrow Ho will deiver an address on the Mexican situation at the meeting of Division 4 A O H Monday night As he has first class information there will doubtless be a largo crowd out to hear him- MACAULEYS THEATER Lyman H Howes motion pictures are attracting deserved attention at Alacauleys Theater because they have a real educational value There are lots of people who can not afford to tour foreign lands that can afford to seo the scenery of other countries Mr Howes pictures It is this Iin of an education that Mr Howe affords his patrons Howes pictures will bo shown at Macauleys Theater all of next week- HOPKINS I THEATER Vaudeville of first class with mo tion pictures will entertain the pa trons of Hopkins Theater all next week The management promises some excellent stunts in the vaude ville line while the motion pictures will bo now and appropriate to the season AVENUE THEATER A truthful and appealing picture of rUlaJ domestic me Is promised with- the appearance of Tho Ministers ISweetbearta stirring melodramaI that will be given at the Avenue Theater all of next week rho en tire Play Is redolent of rustic scenes and homely domesticity SAAV OLD FUIENDS ir lion lien Johnson Cnpr Mluui fromthlt Fourth dlittrlctoKen iucky pent severaiLhours Jin Frankfort llast Saturday while en route to Washington D Cl1e shook hands with many old friends while in the Capital City J WHAT PHOPMJ WANT Theyl Indiana O taoHo notes that the wet and dry elpitoim so far demonstrate that this people of hull Ana nrefer saloons tobtUia titers and beotlelan Y FRANK FEHR BREWING CO lPORATED o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OURr SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCOHPORATSlD LOUISVILLE saY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone iptj rHE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent force Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS 1 Clay Street Brewery 50S 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCQINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS GITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light ca + BE A ot r BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNA j WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE f McKenna Distiller FairfieldVBH YOULadies Easter Bring your old straw and hair braid hats in early We will clean dye and reblock them in the latest shapes Feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS Banister Co Props 713 W Jefferson St Louisville BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses NeleotroPafEtc Cemetery Work a specfalty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 unr i JPPULS DYER AND CLEANER LdltsI 6NMrytlrllcA8arJw- tMKtIU r l o ACTII H 521fM- II 0 IAll the late and ne v Styles and Sha found here at reasonable prii Call and see us PRIVATE HOSP1T4 FOR THE CARE OF INSANE ANtEPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy ofJeffersonv1 lJiI- nd own and manage a private hospital or the care and treatment of Insan sad plleptlc patients Both male and feamle patients are admitted Rates very MU nable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REQIN JJ- HERCY HOSPITAL I 4parln Avesse JeHcrHvI I CENTRAL FURNITURE1 t IncorporatedF0j N1VCar Third adOre Wefiirnlsh the home eeUr plete pa easy payments WM CALULOHAN Mr Sales I r L 1uJi T ThT TV 0 Ga U I Iu r KENTUOKYIRISa AMRIOAIIX 4 iiCentral National LIfe Insurance Company Announcementi 1 TO TIlE PUBLIC j fvv v igonnizc undlncorporate under the laws of iCeii tucky an institution to be known as the Central National Life In surauco Company which is to have ultimately capital and surplus- of I f One Million Dollars rr Object of the Company r The Central National Life Insurance Company will be primarily a lift insurance institution but will have authority to write all lings t of insurance allowed by the laws of Kentucky except fire V Management ofThea business and profes Board of Directors drawn from representative sional men mainly in Kentucky and the Southern and Central States the aim being that every section in which the company may operate shall have its particular interest under the watchcare of its own representative the Boardupon The chief desideratum in the organization of a life insurance company is that its business be scattered over a wide territory and special care will be exercised in selecting the Board of Directors from abroad field and from a class of men whose success and standing in the business world will give prestige to the company when it begins the writing of business Kentucky Laws Ideal The laws of the State of Kentucky are highly favorable to the formation of successful life insurance institutions such as the Central features of the in National Life Insurance Company There are two surance laws of Kentucky that appeal strongly to those who can ap predate the value of absolute safety coupled with the opportunity for the greatest possible expansion of a life insurance company The Compulsory Reserve Deposit law was designed for the pro tection of policyholders and it gives a Kentucky company prestige which enables it to successfully compete with the largest and oldest companies everywhere This law requires all companies incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky to deposit with the State the full reserve on all outstanding policies thereby insuring the policy holder against a loss from any contingency One Kentucky company now has on deposit with the State over One Million Dollars a reserve fund larger than the combined deposits with their home State of the three largest companies in the world The other feature referred to is that which permits a Kentucky company to invest in the stock of other companies thus enabling it to control other companies Some of the largest life institutions of the country have been successful in quickly getting together a Inrgf volume of business by the absorption of other companies The Chairman of the Organization Committee of the Central National Life was instrumental in having the two laws referred to placed upon the statute books of Kentucky and his absolute faith in being ablel to make a great success of the Central National Life Inv surance Company is biked mainly upon tho wisdom and liberality of the Kentucky insurance laws 1 i THE BIG STOREi Special Sale of Mens HighI Grade Suits 10 and 15 The Fabrics in these Suits are guaranteed one hun dred per cent Pure Wool Worsteds Tweeds Cheviots and Cassimeres sizes 34 to 44 Sale begins April 8 I THE BIG 2U4MILTON M MARBLESTONE West Market St Between and Fifth Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods It is our purpose to advise with all along 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practical yelps that JkMtxwaidand direr red dtsirubl ia a Oa RJMUM The QUICK MEAL has BQUAL It H high ia ties xtHmttoa tt tine The Outlook For a Ncv Company v IIn 1901 this Slrfto had no home life insurance company In that year the Chairman of the Organieation Committee of the Central National Life organized one that proved the inspiration of other com panics the result being a large accretion to the wealth of Kentucky 7 and to the insurance interests of the State In a little over six years the life insurance business controlled by Kentucky companies has risen from zero into millions yet the amount controlled by home companies as compared with foreign companies is very small The people of Kentucky are sending out of the State annually in life in surance premiums over Six Millions of Dollars while tho sum paid to Kentucky life companies is Threequarters of one million dollars To Cover a Wide Field The Central National Life Insurance Company will operate over a wide territory covering ell eeirtlly the Southern and Central States and ultimately the whole of the United States What has been said as to money paid out in life insurance premiums to foreign companies by Kentucky policyholders will apply to all the Central and Southern States In the richest section of our country a section from which the great bulk of life insurance premiums is drawnthere are com paratively few strong local companies The organizers of tho Central National Life Insurance Company therefore believe that favored by laws so wise strong and liberal as those of Kentucky a company organized upon a sound basis having at its head men of known life underwriting abilitymen trained in the art and science of life in surance will be successful from its very inception The Progress of Life Insurance 4 1Few people outside oflifo underwriting circles are aware that the life insurance business great as it is doubles every ten years That has been the case for more than four decades and considering the unprecedented prosperity which the entire country now enjoys and our rapid growth in population it is fair to assume that such a con dition will continue fndcfinitcj Tho history of some of the leading life insurance companies proves conclusively that environment while an important isi not the vital factor in the success of a life insurance company Good laws and good management arc the points that tell In a small town in the East a town with less than eight thou sand inhabitants situated in a State noted for the fairness and liberality of its insurance laws the assets of one lifo insurance eom puny located there nincmnt to over Fifty Million Dollars There are numerons cities of moderate size in the Eastern States which can boast of life insurance compnies that furnish capital drawn from premiums from other sections to carry on tremendous manufacturing industries and other institutions which buildup a State Wherever is found successful life insurance companies is found also plentyof money for use in other legitimate business enterprises A successful lifo insurance company does more for the section in which it is located than any other business institution American companies and associations have in force over twenty five billion dollars This amount is equal to about twenty per cent of the total wealth of the United States exceeds the total wealth of NICE BATCH I Of Applications Brought to Division 3A 011 In Contest Division 3 A O H had a splen- dId attendance at its meeting on Monday night with President D J Coleman occupying the chair Six ppllcatious were received five iron the Gold and one front the Greet band of the membership conies committee Thomas Hayes was obligated The Visiting Committee reported that there was none on the sick list The quarterly report If the Financial Secretary and Treasurer showed that Division 3 WI5 sound financially and numerically Division 1 sent a communication Inviting Division 3s team tq Inltlati a class of candidates on April 18 Tbe Invitation was promptly accepted The degree team is rehearsing regularly and is letter per doubihatamplification of the degrees on Easter Tuesday night Tom Quinn Captain of the Gold team In presenting a button to ono- ot his linen who had brought In ar application made a nice talk along llbernlan lines Others who matte hort talks for the good of the order were Patrick T Sullivan George J lutler John Maloney Hugh Hour gan Lawrence Mackoy and John Karm nThe meeting adjourned early to allow the degree team another chanco to rehearse MOTHER 3LOUUNH Death of Young Priest Whose Ministry Wast Brief IOTIU3H MOU11XS The Rev Father Victor Joseph Klein formerly assistant pastor at- St Marys church New Albany dIed at the homo of his mother Mrs lary Klein at Vlacetfnew Indon londay Death followed a long 111 ne88 Father Klein suffered from tuberculosis His funeral took place on Thursday from St Johns church Mncennea where Father Klein read his first maN last June The deceased priest was only wentytlve years old He was edu aled for the rleathoQdatSt felsradB Academy and was or dalned on May 21 1910 He cele rated his first mass at Vlncennea any In June For two months hereafter he was1 awiatant pastor at it Marys church New Albany Hit ealth failed and he retired toati Infirmary In St LouI lFSther Klein read his last 4naae at Blcknell nd on Christmas day Those Who nw Father Klela were Imnr0a4il rlth hli writand pUtjrt The grat tympathy Ui felt for his bereaved ibther o i OUR 1IAXX A DRAMATIST Mrs Antonio Navarro forntrly M7 Andanwa tN aetr M tOur- Kar has collaborated with Rob t DontLef1ackofli Money Prevent Your Buying a New Spring Outfit Our easy payment club is designed tb give you what Credit you may need for the wants of your family and home AiLwe ask is a Small Payment Down and you can then x Purchase on terms as low as one dollar per week anything in Ladies Misses and Childrens Suits Mens Boys and Childrens Clothin Bed Coverings Lace Curtains Rugs Etc RKftl EMBER you an not ruyic on the installment plan where an charge is made for the goods you buybut you4are a member of a big strong progressive club and are en titled to all itajbenefits Come andfInvestigate this plan It will save youjtnoniy and make yon happy STERNAU BROS Department Store HuOf1H t ffllIJI liJ1t1rI+ I LESS J ro JC1 3FromJf F UcQoycrn Sept 8 1810 that bli daughter 14 years old was so nervous she ooUld not attend school The doctor treated liar over 8 months but without KoenigNerveI desired effect SquareNewKoenigsNerve satisaedwiththeMre A ThomaWlnfteldN Y wu wealcnHIItorPutorKoenl FREE ttlq1 nomoreValuabte Book On Nei eWtIeOyMew also tUwt erediNee l KllayaeKOKNia MID COChlaI1- 0aLakeatreikjr DnviieUMCljHrBMtl erw fUff M11L76rMtr t erjt Hitchens a London dramatist in plaitlieproducUon will be given in London every other country in the world exec OerPt airaiiS and Russia mind equals the combined total wealth of BelgiumISpain The Netherlands Portugal and Switzerland Of this amount Southern companies control about one and onehalf per cent Southern people are sending out of the South annually for life insurance about Fifty Million Dollars This nation is just now beginning to realize that the chief wealth of the country lies not in its property or natural resources but in the lives and health of its people If it is true that the lives of the nation are worth three times its property the Twentyfive Billion Dol lars of life insurance is not enough for the lives of American people worth over Three Hundred and Fifty Billion Dollars If the property of the country is insured for Fortyfive Billions a little over half that amount of life insurance is not enough particularly when it furnishes not only protection but safety The part that life insurance will play in the tremendous movement now just starting to con servo and even lengthen life is destined to be very great The insurance field is therefore one of great magnitude of recent and rapid growth and with a certainly more prosperous future As said by the Russian Minister of Finance it isAmericas favorite investment as well as perhaps its most important when it is eon sidered that nine out of ten fail to lay by in any other way anything for old age or death It touches almost every family not only directly but vitally at the time of greatest need Purpose of Organizers The organizers of time Central National will spare no effort in their purpose to establish the strongest life insurance company her tween the Alloghanies and tho Rocky mountains a company not only strong enough to attract its share of business in the ordinary way but one whoso financial standing and aggressive management will enable it to take over othor organizations that may wislt to dish continue business or find it advantageous to merge with a stronger company Good management is the chief element in building a life insure anee company The Central National will have it Because of its geographical position Kentucky being the gate way between the South and the Central States is an ideal location for a life insurance company The field in which the Central National Life Insurance Company will operate is unlimited The twenty States Kentucky and tho nineteen States surrounding itin which the Central National Life will operate arc paying out annually for life insurance premiums over One Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars GoOperation Invited Wo earnestly invite the cooperation of business men and capi tnlistt establishment of tho Central National Life Insurance Company The plans of organization are cleancut and unequivocal ZVhile the company will not belocal in the sense of securing busi ness it will be a Kentucky institution with its Rome Office in Ken tucky and will merit the confidence and patronage of the people of Kentucky W H GREGORY Chairman Organization Committee Louisville Jyff FPENNANT JKACE Begins Wednesday With I Fans Satisfied With Team r Our Louisville Colonels and George Tlsbeaus Kansas City Blue will open tho American Association race at Eclipse Park next Wednesday afternoon and if the weather man will be gooda great crowd wll be out as the General Council lias I declared a half holiday in honor o tho event Aldermen Barney Camp I bell and George Collar will lead th upper board delegation while Councilmen Tom Garvey of street car transfer fame and Dr C F Meltbi will act as sponsors toT the lower board Mayor Head will pitch the first ball over the plate and is now being coached daily by his Secretary I Charles Foster on how to pitch a spit ball i The fans will see a strong aggre gallon in Kansas City many critics picking them to win the pcmnnntiam Manager Danny Shay claims that tin now material secured this past win ter makes them topnotchers Tony James Spike Shannon Jack Lovi and Jap Barboau are some tof the favorites still on the Blues roster and are always favorites with the fans on account of their scrappy ball playing The showing made by the Colonels in the exhibition gamei has been an agreeable surprise to the local ball lovers and it Is freely pre dieted that Louisville will have a first division team Stansbcrry Hayden Beumlller and Kaiser are certainly a pleasing addition to the roster and it is now a safe bet Ural Louisville will beat out Milwaukee Indianapolis Columbus and St PaulI and hold their own with the three i Ul1UEll KNIGHT II Win Come to Address HisI Order in This CitySunday Frank D Leonard Supremo Prose edent of the Catholic Knights andl I Ladles of America will reachI Louisville tonight or tomorrO morning and at 8 oclock to morrow evening will address a general meeting of members of the order In this city New Albany andI Jeffersonvllle at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets This Is to he Mr Leonards second oMtcial visit to Louisville as Supreme President He will ebdeavpr while here to secure a close of new men berg large enough to justify him In bringing a degree tmfromSt Louis to exemplify the ritual pjt the order I r JOhn J Score 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