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L II c KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXVINO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 15 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS FFIRIDUUM llCl3 Take the I II Tjie trlduum in honor of the sacer dotal jubilee of the Rev Father Andrew J Thome will begin at 8 oclock tomorrow evening when the adult members of his parish will assemble In St Vincent do Pauls school hall at Shelby and Kentucky streets Rev R C Ruff assistant t pastqr of St Vincent do Pauls will make the opening remarks after which the church choir will sing an anthem Jacob Wnlser will deliver an address In behalf of the men of the parish and Mrs E Buchert will speak for the married ladles Miss Mary Zabel will represent the young ladles and girls of the parish Father Thome the Jubllarian will deliver I the closing address Between each address tho church choir will render selections from Ludwig Wildes 4 Opus 6 At the close of the recep tion Oil will Join in singing the To Deum I On Easter Monday morning at 930 oclock the children of St Vln cet do Pauls parish will have their inning After the junior classes sing a hymn In honor of the Jubllarian Miss Leola Ratterman will deliver an address in German The juniors and minims willl offer congratulations and Master Arthur Kripponstapel will deliver wr address in English The sentorsfill sing Jubilee Bells ana UMn a pleasing little drama Minnie Burtons Secret will be inpAlvlnla Hoeferle Johanna Ebcrle P Herrmann O Huber and Edna Merrlfeld Father A J Thome will deliver the closing address In con elusion the childrens choir will sing the Te Uoilnf 1 rEaster Tuesday Is the seal anni versary of Father Thomes ordina tion The choir has prepared a spe cial musical programme for the Jubi lee mass at 10 oclock F X Arens Mass in E Exultate Deo will be sung At the offeratory the choir will render Jubilate Deo by Father Ignatius Wilkins O F M The singers will be Soprano Mrs George Krippen stapolj Misses M Strubel G Nie mann G Kremor and M Heckmann Alto Misses E Zaepfol C Voll I T Werner J Heltkemper and Mrs Joseph Twlckler TenorsM Pfau and A Schuble flassH Blumors and J Schuler The Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue will occupy a throne in the sanctuary His deacons of honor will lie the Very Rev James P CroninI V G and Rev Father B H WesterI man Father Thome will celebrate rr the mass The Rev Dr George W Schuhmann and the Rev Father George Weiss wlllbe deacon and sub deacon respectively while the Reii Fathers P A J Berresheim and James Assent will be the first andI second masters of ceremony The sanctuary will be crowded with priests and tho church will bo ap I propriately decorated for the occaI 1 sronII r The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Rudolph Charles ThonlelIlassIstantUnff Is well qualified for the task assigned him He is a Louisville I boy and the term boy is not irrev erent in this sense So Is the reverend jUbUarlan a Louisville boy and Fathers Schuhmann and Weiss i are Louisville boys The three latter were born and received their 1early schooling in St Marys IJ8rlsh1II 1 I They were schoolmates more than thirty years ago and are still main I tainlng the friendship of boyhood days Father Rut is a native Louisville and was born in ofI I I Martins parish All Louisvjle Catholics unite in S wishing Father Thome many more years of health and usefulness After I the Jubilee mass Father Thome will entertaIn the clergy at dinner SACHIIDOTAL TUBILEK I j The Rev Father John Henry Hlltebrand pastor of St Boniface church Evansville will celebrate his silver sacerdotal jubilee on June 20 He was born in Newport Ky After his qrdtoiatlpn lie was on rural mls ilons In various parts of Southern Indiana While at St Marys of thu Knoba Father HjjlebraMi beimrne acquainted 1 with many Louliyllftf people and IU held in high eatefniv here Ills SIlver Jiiblee will be matte noteworthy by the priests and people oit Fvnv1l1e- N1W ATi rXY 1CXIilIFS I New Albany Council Knights of Cqlumbua will initiate a ciaaa Of Hxtyfive findMte on Snnd r HSU 30 LouUvUto J tf rnrH ii Ar atot 4JSOSDt tWI-p J nd repeae i 1 1I Knights to tho initiation The new and old Knights will assemble that morning for high mAnsRt Holy Trinity church After luncheon the three degrees will be received Now Albany Knights have made all arrangements to entertain visitors William J Receveur tho Grand Knight Edward TIghe the Deputy Grand Knight and John K Lammpn Chairman of the Committee on Ar rangements are making all the nec essary plans for the entertainment of guests GOOD RESULTS Bound to Come From Visit of Supreme President Leonard Frank P Leonard Supreme Presi dent of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America was the guest of members of that order in Louisville last Sunday He was given a warm velcomo by all and more particularly by those who had met him before Mr Leonard is on a tour of the various States wherein his order flourishes and is accomplishing much in building up the body of which ho Is the supreme head Mr Leonard reached Louisville from St Louis on Saturday evening and left Monday nightOn his arrival last Saturday he was met at the railroad station by e reception committee of local members of his order On Sunday after noon he was the guest of John J Score Chairman of Louisvilles ten tral Committee whoentertalned in his honor at his home 1043 South Sixth street Mrs Score united with her husband in doing the honors and provided a very substantial buffet luncheon The members of the Cen tral Committee were present In a body Mr Leonard Mr Score and several other members of the order made short and Interesting talks In the eevnlng there was a general meeting of the Catholic Knights and Ladles at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets More than 400 were in attendance 3 J Score Chairman of the Central Committee presided and introduced Supreme President Leonard I Mr Leonard spoke of the upbuild t ing of the order and told of the great good it had accomplished aII ready In protecting the orphans tho widows and the bereaved husbands Williresulttee which was composed of Andrew Kast Stephen J McElllott Edward A Barrett Emory A Schlaefer and A A Schmitt took President Leonard our for an automobile ride ulierolceeI itllolrttiljll0 s Taylor1 boulevard Jacob and Shawnee Parks Limerick and Portland were among the localities shown Supreme President Leonard After the ride he was regaled with a luncheon at I the Seelbach In departing Monday evening Mr Leonard said he had never been more courteously treated on his travels COUNTY BOARD Of the A O M Is Preparing For Big Summer- Picnic The County Board AO H met In regular session at Bertrand Hall on Thursday night of last week County President Joe Lynch called j the meeting to order Several weeks previously Mr Lynch had forwarded I his resignation to Secretary Edward Kclran Mr Kelran was not at the meeting last week prclentI I Lynch resigned orallY during evenllig The final report of the theII Patricks day committee was read ItI showed that the entertainment had been successful numerically loan daily and from a musical standpoint A rising vote of thanks was given those artists who had assisted in mak- Ing the event enjoyable I The County Board deemed it wise to give a Hibernian picnic during the coming summer and to that end apji pointed the following committee to arrange the place and date Thomas I Lawler Con J Ford John Hession John J Barry and D J Coleman County President Lynch an nounced that on account of other duties he was compelled to resign and he thanked the members for their courtesies during his brief regime County Vice President D J Coleman thereupon assumed the chair and carried on the business of the evening On acconut of a con filet In Jthe wording of two sections ot the constitution of the order an earnest but goodhumored argument arose as to whether Mr Coleman will continue to be the President of the County Board for two years or whether the board has a right to elect his successor Tho matter was laid over to tho next regular mooting In all probability Mr Coloman will be declared the County President and a new County Vice President will have to bo elected in his stead VICTIM OF ACCIDENT heat ynipathy Is elt1r John M hern over the death of his little son William Maurice Ahern who lat51U Anthonys Hospital on Friday of laM week On Wednesday he fell lerieatu aCIttQt freight cars In Ute allroad yrdi and Buntatncd IB jurIes Itof made amputation of oiie D f lsleilitttri Deafh reeulted from the 101Miof l dneataiht rather the hUdlt uryiyed by a- ter alii Mra Macirte L Grogan end two ttOtNri Jusi and John Ahern ftrsi took ploo from St KI4II cburnb on Moit4r a otiik SHAME Will Conic Upon tho IrlsliAincrlcnn If They Back OStilfl- vniis Opinion Vthiitoii Attack Upon Useful Cit Izeii Made by Former i Editor i Muster of Blackguardism Dares to Assail Men of Hotter Itcputntion STORY or BASE INGRATITUDE Daniel E OSulllvan the erstwhile editor of the Critic and of the later OSullivans Opinion went out of his way last week to attack thc Whal lens It was not a physical attack It was one of those longdistance ambush affairs via the columns of u newspaper Mr OSulllvan is noted ror dipping his pen Into vitriol when ho writes and ho has been writing for more than twenty years Ho has some gifts He has mentality Ho has real some books He has cir culated In society in Louisville and elsewhere in the State and country lIe came of honest parents They gave Daniel every possible educational advantage Yet he has been tried and found waiting in every stage of his life He has no sense of gratitude The ingrate is worse than the man who kills in the heat of passionJust charity is tho greatest of all virtues so is ingratitude tho worst of vices Give a dog a bone and ho will be your friend Not so with Dan In his card of Friday April 4 as published In the Louisville Herald Mr OSullivan attacked the Messrs John and James Whallen for retiring front politics The Messrs Whallen had never done him aught save good He called upon them to have all the city and county officeholders in Louisville to retire that he might hid a place to roost Of course Dan wants a nice fat salary with his roost Ing place Mr OSulllvan was a member of the Boardot Public Safety from 1893 to 1897 at a salary of 2700 a year Thatmakes 10800 for the term In 1897a hew Mayofof K6uisvillol wus elected and he did not vant Mr OSullivan for part of his cabinet Air OSullivan thereupon fathered the ripper bill that went before the Kentucky Legislature It was a measure Intended to do away with both the Boards of Public Safety and Public Works and City Buyer He posed as a reformer He was never in the also ran class of reformers while he was holding office In 1893 when there was talk of Mr OSullivan resigning from the Board of Public Safety because ho had been criticised in the newspa pers he said to a newspaper inter viewer You could not shoot mo far enough away with a cannon that I wont come back for that 2700 a year Nol I wont resign Mr OSulllvan has started this now argument by attacking the Messrs Whallen Does he want all tWo Domocratls officeholders to quit or Just those ofTTceholders who are I Irish Catholics You remember what he said In OSullivans Opinion in 1909 Mr OSullivan held the office of I Assistant City Attorney under Mayor Grainger and ho drew 2000 a year for four years That makos 8OOC I moro that he drew from the taxpayers of Louisville In eight years he got 18300 of the peoples money and refused to support the people that fed him because they were on the Mayor1ReadI aim a place and a salary I It Is well known that OSullivans Opinion was edited but not owned by Dan It was financed by the local l1nltteelAirwhere the coin came front as long as it was forthcoming He drew + 10800 from tho Democratic party antIl then put up a fight that cost the Democrats 4000 to defeat the rip per bill He enjoyed four years of office as Assistant City Attorney I switched to the Republican side was lost in the shuffle and still kicks because he wits not retained in office 1rLoelt now Collector of the Port of New York and formerly ex President Roosevelts Private Secre IntervlewOlIlow atn not replied Mr Loch Irif I were a Jew I would be of It I would not be a rene gade It an Interviewer wore to ask Mr OSullivan reyoUail IrishAmeriI tnakeHehis people to hits party to his beet friends He has been true to noth- Ing l lie lhas not evenbe+ ri true to hintMjfMr ieoemocrtee Why nobody knows If yoii lIntata1ed wud true friend a man kp will stick In adrerBjt ai well M in prosperity would you prefer Danielf E OSullivmn to George Holler Hwooaa Gocko fJobn- JtR Rohan Hu Jottpb Over flaore McCiwr or Jtifta I eTt Not nn your lIfe pV fJ ik1 TII1MTYIOYS- Have Undertaken Ambi tious Field In Procuclne Pretty Opera When Trinity Y M I Musical Club selected VVUIant Spensers cele brated comic opera Princess Bon ale they made no mistake for I I1 a n I MISS EFFIE MDONALD Who Will Appear as Princess Bonnie their first venture Into the operatic held for among all the comic operas It is pronounced that there Is none that contains more charming melodies or that can boast of such sparkling dialogue fund probably no work of this class can compare with Princess Bonnie for opportunities In the way of staging This part of the work has been given most careful attention by P Wellington Hager and nothing will be left undone to make this opera tho best staged production seen in this city A splendid cast and chorus has been at work for several weeks and have practically reached the stage of perfection The brilliant solo and chorus work has appealed to all who are to take part and the manner In which these granU old melodies are sung by the large ensemble would give credit to professionals Prof Leo A Sehmltt who has trained the cast and chorus In the musical part of the opera has 7 several previous operatic successes to his credit and was assisted lit the stage work by Mr Hager They directed such work as Mikado 1121 Captain and The Mocking Bird i1 otS mQ HitJ h I wiap1 J1In The Mocking Bird will again be heard In Princess Bonnie and no doubt their many friends will be delighted to see them in this more ambitious work Which will be given at Macauleys on April 24 25 and 26 1L NO SABE John Wlnh Understands Mexico But Balks at Mexicans John Wlnn a very earnest and active member of Division 4 A 0 H has returned to Louisville after i an absence or five months During this time he was occupied in com mercial pursuits in Juarez Mexico and El Paso Texas Ho has a wonderful I fund of information about the Mexicans Itfa what the sports would call feedbox Information I Mr winu does not mince words In MexlI I t the very rich and the very pcpr There are no people of the middle class The people are devout hiII church courteous to the visitor America but one can depend thatI the Mexican is arranging to fleece him Mr Wlnn is in love with the dry climate the oxhilerating atmosphere the magnificent sunsets and beauti ful scenery However ho has no love for the Federal soldiers of Mexico the rurales as they are called Mexico has no regular army Her soldiers are convicts who have the alternative of serving a prison I term or becoming a patriot Most of then prefer to be patriots They are sent Into Mexican cities marched W ladders to the roofs of Cathe drals arsenals or Government build The ladders aro removed and lIngs rurales unable to run or fly must remain to be patriots Women and children are following both armies Federals and Insur rectos They are a starved destitute set Mr Wlnn expects to go back to Mexico next year and inaugurate a Hibernian colony TIHBUTR TO WI8IIMKV The editor of the Now York World on last Sunday said Of twentyfour niedaJs awarded by the Fire dei art mentln this city for gallant or niftrltpridifs conduct fifteen go to men with obviously Irish names and several others ti men of prpbably Irish extraction The sons of the old sod do not lose thelrquality on the new R FINArt coiEdr Thi collection to be taken uip to mqrrdw In alll ot the churches Tvllf tie for the import of the semin arian of the liuiyilUt dloceifcI TItle U the onlr source rom which at IMaaee U derIved for tnoat striving to reaO Gods tlttr jftbd therefore jjjjjjjj EVERYBODY Is Preparing to Boost Big Bn- ynr For Father Itn libs 4Church New St Charles Borromco Kill lice Will Not Luck Support Beloved Pastor Will Fluid O1 I Friends nnll lug nt Cull HOST OF ABLE COMMITTEEMEN I1 There Is to bo a bg bazar for the SIICharlesI and Chestnut streets at LledcrkraitZ Hall Sixth and Walnut streets on tho afternoons and evenings of April 24 26 26 27 28 and 29 Dinner will be served dully from 11 until 2 oclock and supper from 5 until 7 And a substantial meal is promised for each occasion Numerous handsome gifts have been made toward the bazar The personality of the pastor of St Charles Borromeo will make it a success I No man in Louisville is held in higher esteem than the Roy Father Charles P Raffo He Is esteemed as I a citizen as a neighbor as a man of public spirit and IS a minister otI God No person over appealed to Father Raffo for advice and was refused Neither did any worthy char ity appeal to him In vain Father Raffo is particularly dear to Louisville Like most of the rest of us ho was the son of immigrant parents He inherted a sunny heart from sunny Italy but ho has set apace for American citizens no mat I ter what their calling Now remln iscently but not Irreverently he used to ploy baseball He was the best amatour pitcher in Louisville Pete Raffo was In demand on all occasions He played the game as he served his God with his whole mind with his whole soul and with all his strength Now as a priest for more than twentyfive years Father Ratio re tains his dignity as a minister of the gospel without losing interest in the game of basebajl He believes in good clean athletic sport and ho he- ganieIlleVes thaftheiigfeatfAmerican of baseball is tIm cleanest sport for the American people Ho is still II fond of the game and Is considered a first class fan I During the past fifteen years Father Raffo has not appealed to his people for anything aside from or dinary collections It Is due him now to fiive his solicitors courteous treatment The new church is not for Father Raffo It Is to bo the house of God It will be tho shrine of his congregation long after he will have passed away His Irish friends his German and American friends wish his bazar buona fortuna Father Raffo has a royal crowd of parishioners To thorn ho is the Soggarth Aroon the priest of their hearts Charles J OConnor is Chairman of the Executive Commit tee arranging for the bazar Thomas W Tarpey is the Vice Chairman Lee n Yates is Secretary George II Nabor Is Treasurer Jacob Hub bUM Is Floor Manager The other members of the committee are Dr Peter S Ganz James PiVhahlen 1 RaffoIrightI are other committees I John MurphII will have charge of the ward T Tiernqy will be Chairman of the body that entertains and Dr Bernard J OConnor will see that the bazar gets the proper press no tires There are wheels within wheels and John H Coleman and Andy Kaift will see that the wheels go occasionally or oftener Mrs Thomas W Tarpey Mrs Mary ONell Mrs P Graff Mrs J M Nehan and Miss Maymo McSteen are to be chairladies of the dining room They will have a coterie qf forty or mOre assistants Miss Maggie Gor man will head the Refreshment Committee Mrs PS Ganz will have charge of the linen booth and there will be a candy and fish pond in charge of jtlss B Small Other numerous attractions re now being arranged Everybody is preparing to boot the bazar Father Raffo has friends among all classes creeds and races None of them will forget him In the hour of need ALTi CUKKU8 SUhSCIUIJE The Right Rev Owen B CorrIgan Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore who is Treasurer of the funds being raised to greet the Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Halt at Washington has announced that subscriptions are coming li at n satisfactory rate Thus far 30000 has been subscribed The estimated cqst of the memorial build lag 1Is 250000 People of all creeds are among the contributors It Is not believed that any difficulty ill bEii experienced in raisiibg the required sUJI hlObY AIR SoCIETY- Tb Rob Na1M 3ociety p1I Iouia Bwrtrtnd church has aiaumed uch laiya ftnxportimis that both side fit the mMill1Ie due WeN life boa tb mtwwrv pproftehm holy communion at the 6 oclock mass last Sunday morning Besides there was an overflow into the side aisles There were more than 350 men in the line that approached the sacrament The Rev Father Doyle Spiritual Advisor of the society cele brated the mass and iwas assisted In administering communion by the Very Rev Father J R Olark 0 P Father Doyle commented favorably on tho edifying sight of so many men from one parish at the holy table and all honoring the Holy Name of Jesus YOUNG MAN Held the Reins and Drove Like a Veteran Whip When the President and First Vice President of Maqklu Council failed to appear at the appointed time last Monday night Second Vice Presl dent E C Link promptly called the thatlI sops spirit of being Johnnyonthe spot when the clock struck eight tHe 11 Ole of the younger set and wKlle lie presided he set a pace in Jtransacrtttgbuslness Tho attend ante wat good Three applications wort received and several members wereIfcted resident Samuel L Robertson waslato jn arriving but assumed tho relrts as soon as he appeared Ho compUmented the members for the good showing made at the Easter holy communion at St Charles Bor romco church last Sunday Tho wasIorder not to conflict with the Initia specialIcommittee was appointed to arouse interest in an excursion to the Blue grass Capital on that day M J Carroll who recently submitted to an operation in Chicago is still on the sick list Tho Opera Committee reported progress and that several rehearsals were being held each week President Robertson Instructed a committee to have an adequate num ber of postal carls printed to notify every member of the council that Mackln had been selected by Father TVancIs Felten to act as a special escort to the Most Tier Archbishop Spalding and tho Right Rev Bishop ODonaghtio on thin occasion of the c5rnerstono laying of the new St Augustines church on the afternoon of Sunday April 23 The members are expected to assemble that after noon at the club house at 145 oclock where they will board cars and be carried to Twelfth and Broadway where tho line of march will be formed r s I MaclUn Council made a splendid showing at St Charles Borrrfmeo church last Sunday morning when between lhnd 200 young men ap proached holy communlo Rev Father Charles P Raffo made a brief address to them in his sermon and complimented thom for their Catholic spiriTSlnd edifying conduct GLAD DAYS At Evansville During Forty Hours Prayer at St Boniface St Boniface church Evansville Ind was bedecked with flowers and blaze with lights last Sunday when the Forty Hours devotion closed The Rev Father Hlllobrand pastor of the church is well known in Louisville and boUt Kentucky and SUIJI undone to draw the people In vast numbers to this devotion in honor of lour Lord in the Holy Eucharist Practically the entire congregation and hundreds from other parts of the city availed themselves of the opportunity of gaining the Indul gences attached to this devotion on one of the three days St Boniface Is a beautiful church ornamented with stucco fresco anllIl11l1mlnatOlI sanctuary became a place beauty and flowery magnificence In the final procession last Sunday Father Hlllebrand carried the Sacred Host He was preceded by a score of clergy and sixty acolytes More than 300 children decked in flowers and bright garments also took part Among the clergy In the procession wore the Rev Fathers DoCkman l Jill ger Schptt P Augustine O W D Froolich C S S R Yollmer Busald Uuterreltmeler Fitzpatrick Schdllenberger Jochnm Wolff cunInlnghamSolemn benediction followed I with lrocession anti the devotions closed all singing Holy God WO Praise Thy Name After tho services the reverend fathers repaired to the rectory where Father Hlllehrands sister MIBS Katherlne had provided a bounteous luncheon t THIKS X 5V T1XH Roqert C McBride a well known young gentleman of this city has imbarked in the rlreJJUaurance busi iesa and is iodatedwlthJ W Bell telli Co with offices in the Columbte building Mr McBride Is thin ton of the late Owen McBride Who for thlrtyieigbt yeari tya en iAlIIin the fire iniuranoe bu ntlbi in LoMlsville Like htctl4er Rob art XoBHde bce Qfseuef for making friends and ke Iu4tl6m I tpIi i HOODLUM Hlcnicnt in House of Lords Has Shorn linliour of His l 1owcr Trinm virnte ol Jncoinpctcnts Killed the lloost in Later sittIngs Silence On Part ol the Ministry Only Served to Exasperate Itadlcnls INSULT WAS OFFERED PREMIER The British Parliament has adjourned t for Its Easter vacation but the veto bill will come up for a long hard fight as soon as the sessIonstare resumed Three young Tory members have wrested the leader ship from Balfour This Tory trium I virate Is made up of Lord Hugh bCecil Lord Castlereagh and Lord daysbeforethree Imparted the fiercest bitterness 1 to the debate Unable to defend the House of Lords they as sailed the House of Commons Duril1ing one of tho night debates Lord Hugh Cecil said inowspllpersjaboutoJexactlypublic to toll that Its members do not listen to debate but vote on the orders of tho party whips exactly as they are told to vote This House is not a deliberative assembly Lord youJudgesay It is a corrupt assembly for It is influenced largely by indirect not by direct motives 1thethese expressions and soundly rated his cousin Lord Hugh Winston Churchill replied to Lord Hughstcharges that tho House is corrupt by saying Icily that the only specific accusation of corruption brought forward In his memory was a motion submitted which complained of the excessive number of members of the Cecil family who had been appointed to officeIn absence of IIfr Asquith irphavo to tolerate the vicarious ln= science of a deputy retorted Lord HughAt this juncture he also hurled insult across tho House ol Commons In Insolent tones ho asked Is the Prime Minister still dining In England the question is equivalent to asking Is Mr Asquith drunk On the division that followed eightyfour of the Lords followed Cecil and his companions Into the lobby oncthlrd of tho Tory party voting against Balfour The excitement In the lobby was Intense Unprecedented violence was offered to William Clougb a Radical member from Yorkshire Mr dough was very recently defendant In a political Jbel action during which he gave testimony In sanctimonious language entirely inconsistent with his acts The Tories gathered in a solid mass awaiting Cloughs exit from the division lobby When they espied him they booed Jeered him and pushed him about Liberals hats were knocked off the youngor members of the rival parties got into scrimmages and for a moment it looked as If there would boa free fight When all the members had returned to the House Winston Churchill angrily com plained to the Speaker of the gross organized nsult to Mr Clough The Speaker rebuked the Tories All this means that the hoodlum element of the Lords Is in the ascendant Lord Cecil has a modicum of ability and room fo much more Ho is high strung possesses a bitter tongue and is woefully Indiscreet Lord Holmsley is fat florid and choleric Sometimes he Is In a good humor but Is moro often in a passion Lord Castlcreagli Is a typo of the unporlurablo British aristo crat ITehas been cultured as much as possible but It seems that nature dealt him out a short weight of brains Premier Asquith is suffering from a severe cold lint all the other Cabinet Ministers refuse to answer questions It was this apparent conspiracy of silence that helped to annoy anti exasperato the Tory hoodlum triumvirate last week When the Government Is convinced that the Tories have given a sufficient indication to tho country that filibustering is their settled policy Premler Asquith will come down with a drastic closure and will force tIm veto bill through rapidly and mercilessly KXIflHTS CiETJifl BUSY The entertainment committee of Frankfort Council of the Knights of Columbus has announced another lintJImuslealesEaster Although the council la the youngest social and fraternal rgarilMtlon In Frankfort iHUaM lempriBtrated that It has mor4 th one live rwlretn1tl UMUOMr- lThe h first ixwtKMlcr eritartatnni will ito exclusively for FranlJ Kitr htandthe ladles who mad reieflt ijiltlatlcn banquet melr a I i ii- d i I C t fIJ I v f ii f 0 K NTUOKY IRISH A IICN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNrttv- oted to the Social and M era Mrancemeraeot Irish AnerlcMs and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mcni Institute and Catholic Knights of America i 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO iacorpormted Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc nauerIII BnUrcd tt tbi LaaltTlIU PoitoHIc at SccondClaj r Address ill CoBBmolcitlou to Ike KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oree St I jTRADESIUt4 COUNCIL I I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 35 1911 JiSllnt GnBWJI H Rejolco and be gjlad is the Easter greeting of the Kentuck rIsh American to Its patrons and friends At Christmas men rejoice because they aro celebrating the anniversary of tho birth of their Saviour His birth would have availed naught had Ho not risen from the dead Ho arose from the grave as He had promised and that la the reason Christians celebrate the roost of Easter This Is a time I to purge out illfeeling a time of gtoll will charity and rejoicing To all our readers we wish a happy peace ful Easter and many more of then LENTKX THOUGHTS Catholics are often twitted by good natured but inquiring friends as to the mysteries of their faltl Those not grounded In the truei church seem to think that tho mil isters of the Catholic faith arc keeping something batik somethln hidden Instead they are explaining that there are certain acts of GOil that human Intellect can not under I stand Who can explain why the Son of God should become man I I to I save others from the eternal loss of IICod Vho can explain why that 1 r Son of Gbd was not recognized and J treated with due respect while 110 was on earth 7 Why did He submit to death on tho cross By what menus did He rise from the dead These are mysteries yet we believe because our faith so teaches We believe because the truths of the t Catholic faith have been taught by our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ whoa canst neither deceive nor bo deceived ARMY POSTS San Antonio were ordered ther from forts and barracks In Wyomliif Arizona New Mexico Utah Kansas Indiana Kentucky Minnesota Georgia and Virginia Those concentrated at San Diego were sent from California forts This wlll give soul kind of Idea says the Chicago Tri bune of the way in which tho smalI regular army Is scattered over the face of the country There is no military occasion for this diffusion while both economy and military efficiency argue against it The brigade post Is preferable to tbe regimentarpost The cost of admin- Istration is less Troops can be equipped more speedily and transported more promptly In case off emergency If we had divisions1 1r posts there would be still greate 0gaIn in efficiency and economy IItt would be possible also without mov- Ing tho troops hundreds of miles from the post to conduct frequont maneuvers such as those now to be carried on in Texas There could be that practical training on an ex tensive scale which the army wouldI 4 need if war were to come HUMANITY XKKDS IMtOTKCTIO No less than 145 lives were lost In the recent fire in the Ascl building New York City Other victims nay die Some will be crippled for life Tho grand jury is now Investigating In an attempt to fix the blame It Is another case of locking the stable after the horse has been stolen Now York gives bettor protection to her game than she gives to human life It is a hard thing to say yet It is npno the less true I New York State employs seventy five game wardens and only fifty Inspectors In the Labor department Within tho limit of Now Yprk City the Labori department can not order changes made Neither can the Fire department except to a limited extent An automatic sprinkler1 ordinance of the department is non- beingl fought in the courts by two piano factories The Empire State v llaw permits wooden door and win dow trimmings In buildings under ten stories The majority of New Yorkers are humane and kindly rely they do not Intend to afford better protec tion to the lower animals thin to the Kujrian family It Nfcjr York Will tafca the projar igep Jar the protectiont of human hi ether Stti trill aeon follow aGI1ROUJI r Ittto old Portugal It breodtiMC a I and ereJonl tbe ftltotd w kilo la likely topt a wttrnkl I HM nn dff it watt Portugal Nt wes vr eq I M tJ1M the extreme southwestern corner of Europe Recently her people overthrew the monarchy and started a reign of terror Foreign religious congregations were expelled and their properties were confiscate These properties were of great valueAmong the congregations thus suffering were several from Great Britain and Germany Both governments have made several diplomat ropresentatlons to the Portuge provisional government but withoi success Hence the British and the Germans are threatening dire vet ganco Now comes thp Portugei Minister of Foreign Affairs to announce that if the British and German owners submit claims their properties will be restored How ever it looks like the provision government of Portugal is due ror some very hard knocks It woul I surprise low people In Europe or I1In- America if Germany and Great Britain proceed to restore order 1 In Portugal by establishing a protector ate and parcelling out the countr I THINGS AUK CHANGING The Home Rule Union an organ station of Irishmen Liberal Englls and Scotchmen are preparing to take the stump in England Scotland and Wales to preach the doctrine of bom rule for Ireland An army of 200 speakers will be distributed throng every city hamlet village arid cour tryslde to tell why time 1long oppressed Irish phould have the right to gover themselves The Executive Committee with Winston Churchill as Chairman and Robert Harcourt as Secretary has set lown the beginning t of the campaign for the early fall There can be little doubt of the educational value of such a campaign Neither can its efficacy be doubted Tho education of the people ot Ulster along those lines has prove of groat benefit to tho Irish caus For Instance Harland Wolff shipyards in Belfast once the fiercesst hotbed of irreconcilable opposition to home rule arq now owned by Lord Pirrio the most eminent Protestant capitalist in Ulster and a staunch home ruler Within the Orange order supposed to be the most implacable foe to home rule sQ strong a sympathy has grown up for this PaplsU treason that Its supporters have formed an Orange lodge of their own among the workers in the shipyards I J I NEW CATHOLIC lOUItNATj The Southern Guardian published by tho Catholic Publication Society of Little Rock Ark is the latest Catholic weekly to enter the fleli r of journalism in America It ha tho approval of the Right Rev John B Morris of Little Rock and 1 s edited by the Rev Father J M Lucey V G The Southern Guardian will be a welcome exchange to all Catholic newspaper offices AHhougl the Southern Guardian Is a journal- Istic baby it bids fair to grow fast and wax strong The Kentucky Irish1 American is glad to have Fathei Luceys paper on its exchange list I ON IRELAND I IDRINcontinues to drain the life blood of Ireland Englishl statistics which are very carefully made show that 32923 emigrants left Ireland during the year 1910 I Of this number 869 per cent were between the ages of fifteen and thirtyfive while only 02 per cent werejOVer thirtyfive years old Of the total number 1113 werQ males The emigration was an increase of 3693 over the year bOg Only 285 of the emigrants who left Ireland for America last year were married 3p the drain keeps on despite laborers acts and time overtobe promise of homo rule Time editor of the Louisville Evenl gPo t does not like Senator Gorman of NeW York On MonV day the Post said amongothlJT hings If Tammany Hall and Wall troet can induce Mr QGormah to I pply this theory of nullification to arrest affair they will he entirely atifle4 withbtmI Aa a Matter of lk4t Senator Qtipraan jfct maettber hd oiolw of mil Hwutt nor Tarn iyIieat1 events latl UUnol iasve- Iuas6 te United State ftNmtora to k p and take aotieo Bonator oUSt i tnieatiUou- r 1 f M 1tL q g k Lorimer attained his seat The people know If the Senators do not The Senators who hear the evldcnci and vote for Lbrimera retentibn 111 the Senate will show what kind omen hang together A dispatch from Washington says that William Jennings Bryan regard the election of Thomas S Martin of Virginia as minority leader In the United States Senate as very unIon tunate Mr Bryan is regarded b Democrats as down and out Thor are few so poor as to do him honor The Board of Public Works 1Is being commended for putting up street signs The faster the work 1 Is pushed the more credit wfll be given the board SOCIETY I Miss Lillian Kearns is home from a visit to Miss Beatrice Hod man at Bardstown Judge Walter P Lincoln has re turned from a business trip to Washington Miss Lucille Sbanloy has returnee from a visit to George Mattingly and family at Bardstown Miss Mamie Burke had for her guest this week her cousin Mis I Bridgle Lynch of West Point Mss Maggie Judge President of the Catholic Womans Club has- I gone to Now York to visit friends Mr and Mrs John Malone who have been spending ten days at Hot Springs Ark are expected home to day Mrs Morrit Drane of Crescent Hill had as her guest this week her sister Mrs Thomas Fitzpatrick of Chicago Mrs Cook Wells and little daughter of Cincinnati are here as visit ors to Mrs Nowton Brunton in the East End Miss Besslo Rapier of Now Haven has been spending a weel here as the guest of her sister Mrs Sam J Dant Paul Dohcrty who Is a student at University of Michigan will spend his Easter Vacation with Mr ane Mrs Wlllam P Adams in Chicago Taller John R Pflanz and Charle F Grainger Presdent of the Wate Company were aihong the PromInent people sojourning this week at Hot Springs Ark Miss Mary May of Central City and her sister Miss Ruth May who Is a student at Nazareth are here te loud time Easter hclldays with the I Misses FItzglbbons Mrs Margaret Dally widow ol Patrick Daily of Now Albany is In Los Angeles visiting her laughter Mrs George McLaughlin and it 1Is thought she will make that city her future home Miss Mary Josephine Sullivan whe has been attending Nazareth Acad emy has returned to spend the Ells ter holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Owen Sullivan of 1352 Cherokee road Phil Hollenbach and wife F Nolan and wife Mrs Charles Ahren and Miss A Flynn all of this city were among those who have been spending tile past week at West Baden Springs Mrs Owen Kehoe who has been suffering from rheumatism at hor home at 617 East Eighth streets Now Albany is somewhat Improved Her friends hope for her speedy and complete recovery J Alton Kolb Jr wino has been suffering from an attack of typhoid pneumonia at the family residence on Cherokee road Is now convalescent Ho expects to be able to take an automobile ride next week Mr and Mrs Potor Jennings of Friars Point Miss are here toII spend the Easter holidays with their uncle Pat Finegan and their sisters on South Sixth street They expect to remain In Loulsvllle several wee slI Mrs M Leddy sister of the late Rev Father Neafsey who has been In New York City since leaving Louis villa sailed Wednesday for Feign Coughglynn County Roscommon Ireland where she will make her tlt rehome a Norton Tlorney a Louisville boy graduated from the Chicago Veterinary College last night His I mother Mrs M J TJerney was present at the exorcises Dr Tlerney will come to Louisville to practice his profession I Miss Nellye Mae Qutler and Phil 1r Sandman popular young people or the East End have anouced their engagement The wedding will take place in June The bride is the harming daughter of Mr and Mrs lharles N Cutler Mr Sandman holdsB responsible position with the Louisville Nashville Railroad ntany Already their many friends arE showering them with congratuta lone westlDrciatmgagement of their daughter Lillian Catherinfl to Allen Si irnbaum of- feon Ga Tile reddlsg will tike itece in June Mmi Jtyan IB one of loulevnies most etHiminc glrla nd the young lan who iwwa for UBftta enough totwIn her bnd aid earL U one of Maeona y D1t1Nl MI mia Tber eadt In Lent I IHe hope tllAt M1 azul M al I 5 1II IMv iruIwb11- eI I kXitf Lr ty4b DIG BATCH Of Applications Received- at Division 48 Latest Meeting Division 4s members kept up their reputation as Hibernian hustlers last Monday evening when a batch ot seven applications wore presented At the previous meeting ten applica tions had been presented The new members proposed were Pat Farrell IHANDSOME BORRmIEOII tfBW CHtRCH ST CHARLES Anthony OToole Sarglll Rider Michael Cotter Patrick McGuire Richard Naughton and Michael Meagher The following new mem bers were obligated John Coleman James Finn M J McDermott Jr and James Loftus After the brief business sessloi President John H Hennessy Intro diiced John J Wlnn who spent five months in Mexico and is just re turned Mr Wlnn talked entertain- Ingly of life In Mexico told 6f tho deplorable conditions that prevailee there and described the peoplosnmn ners customs and dress He also told of the beauty ot architecture and of the antiquity of the churches Mr Wlnn extolled the apparent fervor of the people while in church but deplored tho fact that they left the sacred edifices to attend bull fights and chicken mainsI Tho members of Division 4 wero glad to hear that John MoEllIott who has been ill six weeks is able to be out YOUlY CAUSE Should Attract Big Crowds to St Michaels Big Bazar Next Tuesday and Wednesda afternoons and evenings there will bi a bazar In St Michaels school hal in the basement of rthp church or Brook street near Jefferson Tin Rev Father Martin OCbnpor a1111 his parishioners are worklpg hart to make time affair a success St Michaels church has been beavJly ir debt for many years The effort to lift the burden has wrecked tin health of several pastors Thus far Father OConnor has stood the strain fairly well but it is necessary for his friends to rally to his support There will be many Interesting features connected with the baza and quite a number of handsome lprizes have ben offered Excellen meals will be served during tho noon hour and at supper time and the general public is invited to attend 01 one or both days The coming Lazai will be held In lieu of a picnic li the summerAPASS10N1ST FEAST e Anniversary of St Paul pi the Cross Will Be f Observed Friday April 28 will be the feast of St Paul of the Cross founder of the order of PasslorilstEi It will be appropriately celebrated as usual at Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road There will be a solemn high mass in the morning otherIone of the Passlonist Fathers will bless those assembled in the chapel ar on the ground with a relic of St Paul The new monastery Is well naied a retreat It Is in the world but I otlt and yet is within easy walking distance of two lines of car81 Che monastery is surrounded by i sylvan splendor and by thetlme prll 28 arrives nature will have put on her now green dress It will- be flecked with yelloweyed daisies arid purple violets Sacr d Heart R treat will be a place of rest for hose that are heavily burdened Jathollcs from every parish Iin the Itrwlll visit this shrine on St auls day CONVALEScING SLQWLY Miss Lizzie Cunningham fStIniJont Union county is still con fined to her rpom In St Marys oapital Evanavlll SMls coni ilesclng slowly but her friends 1Iope to see her restored to h 1 th- 1Vlthtna few weeks She Is the sl- sterof ttile Key father nern taA- Gluimingham Mlsa Lizzie bag many- 111IIndslnI Louelvilta who will re jolce f taheJit speedily reatorad to ealtht 2 nojJD QK PANstMAt tW iCd nirtii m Rind Ate Wi lone bve gone to Panama on a peuure trip Mr Cunnnlpgbint ii- I J ta pro rtetoni of tl Uird asL I tJllf lLI tB t DOMINICANS Lose Another Priest In Death of rather Justa The Roy Father Thomas Justa O P died at Tulsa Okla last Sat urday His remains Were brought to Irfiulfcvlle and a solemn requiem mass for the repose of his soul was cele brated in StLouis Bertrand church Father Justa had been ill n OF not for several months and went Wes for his health yet the news of bin death was not expect d In Louisville At all the masses last Sunday at the Dominican church prayers were offered for the repose of his soul Father Justa was born In Louis ville lIn 1869 He attended the schools of this city and later entered time Dominican novitiate at St Rose Springfield Ky He was ordained in 1892 and for several years was as slstant pastor at Dominican missions in Columbus Minneapolis Louisville and latterly 1in New York For a short time he was one of the as sistant pastors at St Louis Ber trands He is survived by a sister Miss Mary Justa and quite a num her of cousins From Louisville Ills remains were conveyed toSt Rose Washington county for buia- iCONTENDERS Colonels a FIst Division Team and Pennant POI lIItII The pennant race In the America Association is on and judging Iron the showing Louisville has made thus far the Colonels will prove an Important factor in the race the fans being entirely satisfied that President Grayson und Manage Howard are striving to give us a firs division team it not a pennant win ner The crowd on opening day shows that the public is willing to give its support right at Jhe start even considering our disastrous wIndup of last season Manager Jimmy Barretts Milwaukee tean will begin a threegame series this I afternoon with Stony McGlynn Ir the box and according to dope Louis vllle ought to win two if not the whole series The only weak spot in the Colonels at present is left field Fisher in the opinion of all nOt coming up to the standard but that will be remedied when Grim shaw arrives to play first base and Howard goes to the field NICE PLANT Irish Fellowship Club Al ternates Between Political Parties The Irish Fellowship Club of Chi cago held its annual election last Saturday That club is mads up of allclasses of Irishmen regardless of creed or politics Daniel McCann of Evanston a suburb of Chicago was elected President by unanimous vote Attorney P H ODonnell had been boomed for the premier office until it was discovered that a Ropub lican was to be elected this year Mr ODonnell at once got out of the way and Mr McCann received all the votes cast OthSr officers chosen wore Vice President Richard W Wolfe Secretary William P J Halley Treas urer W Francis Corby IThe latest President was a staunch Deppcrat while Mr McOann Is just as ardent a Republican It is customary to choose the President alternatelY from tho Democrat and Republican parties FATHER YORK HETUUN8 Rev Father Thomas Ar York has returned from Watortown Mass where he went to visit his aged moth r who was seriously ill As soon aa she was considered out of langer Father York returned to ulsvlle ills mother is elghty seven years old and while out of lImmedlate danger is sun far from strong IOtUICO nOPe The Ladles AtO JI preparing to give anold fashioned calico hop at achrelbers Hell twentysixth and Dank streets on het night of Monday rayl They avlte the members of all the dlvis 10 I1of the Ancient Order ptfftjber tans and all other friends td enjoy be eVening with them- COItRAT1O t The conaescratioa of RKbt KeV Jo j inb P Ijjraeb sa BMtop of Dillaa I HI oeeur Iat WetdticMAkjr sad wtU4 ris Naiot d hi 41 I WK iV e Lo i Q Li I MACAULEYS3 Nights WILLARD SPENSERS MASTERPIECE PRINCESS BONNIE Comic Opera in Two Acts80 People Presented By TRINITY Y M I I MUSICAL Prices 255075100 Box Office Ap- ril20WlluTEGOODSt i 1 FOR i Childrens Confirmation Dresses f Write For Samples Mail Orders Promptly Filled i French India Lawn a fine sheer fabric 32 inches wide regular value 35c sale 19cprice ppr yard Mercerized Imported Batiste 45 inches beautiful quality and finish our regular 50c goods saleI price per 35cyard i FrenchOrgandies 72 inches very fine and sheer i good value at 75c salc50cI+ price per yard Persian and French Lawn medium and sheer qualities 45 inches wide our regular 39c grades sale price per yard 25C Mercerized Lingerie Cloth 40 inches wide medium weight our 25c grade spe 19ccial at per yard are the OF let for Ve one by ST Isth Week With and an 15c 2Sc 35c and uous FOR t old and hair hats We will and the and l tbo adjoining tM 1 tft Wedncsdty April 242526 CLUB Opens quality Lawns Sheer quality iwide worth 29cyardLawns fancy stripes and Swisses to 20c sale price per yard Finish Percales weighttthis f 20c 1 2Isheer and quality inches our regular 18cperI o j Imperial English Nainsook o soft finish 36inches reg at 12c QQp tprice per piece f JjIAISTRAUSi 1 SONSjlIi OUR STOREhas been transformed evidence everywhere New Goods New Ideas hold sway most uptodate IRUO CARPETMd WALL PAPER DISPLAY IN THE CITY LOUISVILLE ONE LOW PRICE on strictly reliable no you trade here j Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET WNINOSANDTENTS A stock tents on hand sale or rent more and work than any here Orders mail promptly attend to Estimates cheerfully furnished rKentucky Tent Awning Co PHONES 2427 1120 N THIRD DR J T CHAWK Infirmary Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING DeUTereduPhono 2399 ANt FORGE SEVENTH STPPH 7OULEYSBeginning Monday NIcht and All Usual Matinee LYMAN HOWES TRAVEL FESTIVALPi- ctures of Countries all of educational value PricesMatinee Night 25ql SOC HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin Ladies ARE YOU- READY Easter Brisk your straw braid In earlyi clean dye reblock them in latest shapes cleaned curled FALLSQITYSTIAWWDAKS luW= from all iMMWko Btattk ot Nw OrIeai wtH W eoBMtMcUM c I MondiyTueidiy Linen 36 inches well f Fancy White in checks plaids values up 15c Linen 36 worth sale price 121c serviceable 45 wide sells ularlyI 12 sale vlOw I The in in goods regrets follow if large of do bitter and BOTH Veterinary and OFFICE 713715 Various Feathers wxiIT1113 A 11 I N IU NEWMWjJ1IUL WEEK NEW PRICES FOR TUB NEW YEAR Reserved Seats AIIF rer 50 Love andFront FmClrcIs35 tmcirel 25 the Woman No Higher MitlnCC Tuesday Thursday Saturday 25 CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS I FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses 1 In Louisville CateringII especially to Ladies atidChll- drenCOLUMBIASc tnder the same management Pre productionthistoric PRIVATE HOSPITAL FIR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS Te Slst rs of Mercy of JeSersonyille lid own and manage a privRtehotplul lot the care and treatme ntotImusas aed Iiptlcptl ite Both male and female pAtiHtsaNada Ratevty rs- msali For further particular apply to j OTHER MARY REQIN0- nBStCY HOeftTAL SATI4 I il E 7 isC n r i r J 1 a n KENrITD6LY IRYSH A1tIERICAN LirRUTEL I I I I r EAFE AND BOWLINE ALLEY 8FInest Bowling Alleys in Soulh 8 FINE VINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS WITH EACJ DRINK Phone 3892 4S430W JEFlftERSON tit+ ttt+ + + + + + S I t1 Directors and McELLIOTT Embalmers s t CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL 3CCASIONS t frfrOYSTER Answered Promptly Day or Night MARKET I STREET J 88 DIRECTORS CUMBERLAND SONS 128 AND EMBALMERS S3S East JMainS1ree1-r t Gran W Smiths Son 0ALSMITH ProprietorI Funeral Director and Embalmer i Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 JEFFERSON STREET r TELEPHONE 81O 1 THOMAS KEENAN T Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365t1 AU Mill promptly attended to day or night Carriages uruiihcd for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Witching and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1O77 ROBERT C1 MBRIDE With J W Beilsleln Co FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Cilumbia Building Fourth and Main p BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Rosen- heleotroAal Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JA oBSCflULZ THE FLORIST 60 S FOURTH AVE BotkPkontfS 223 HERRMANN BROSt uirtoaruI IRE WINES AMD LIO4JOHS IdJwI and Wblinten ta VtaMtf Kouuis of RMS tacky Wbltkta nloffy earl of Nelson UOTTUtD IN BOWD 11 U4 lIuR Ii MONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car ourspringbest assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a c- allMULDOON Monument Company 813 W Green St Louisville Ky NATIONALThe peer of any wheel made fitted with the highest grade equipment that can be procured 4500 DAYTON Equipped with G J Tires mud guards coaster brake pump and tools at 3751 DAYTONWithout mud guardsI 350- 0pRiNCET0NwIth mud guards clincher tires and coaster 3000 t PRINCETON With guaran teed raised tread Sutcliffe punctureproof tires coaster brake gbod pedals and sad die 2500 DAYTONIAWith nev Ox ford single tube tires 15O0 QIRLS BICYCLES With guaranteed tires coaster brake and special lr deof skirt 2uardsand 3000 Pull drljWh TheSutcliffeCo IJlCNRaPIATti7 230 JS FOURTH AVE X 41re yer efre4III 1fUltpautjw sK IV ti ST xAyieRs COLiIQt- 1a I Wta4vr LerbvIU eq IartOaaerMMraIaepfl6 cT ser I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past VeekOeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Monday night fo the last tlmo this month Niagara Falls Hibernians vlsite- Sacred Heart church last Sunday an received holy communion in a body Fallsrs at Falls City Hall next Tuesday nightThe full degree team at Denver gave a bplendld exhibition Thursday night when quito a large class re ceived the three degrees The Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night when some inter esting reports will be read All members are urged to be present Division 4 took another large Jump forward this week President Hen nessy and the men of Limerick are determined to maintain the lead in the Ancient Order In Kentucky The degree team of Division 3 will be accompanied by a large fol lowing to themeeting and reception ot Division 1 Tuesday night when a largo class will receive the degrees Division 2 will consider plans for its summer campaign at the meeting next Wednesday night Chairman Obst and the Literary Committee will arrange a pleasant evening for all who attend IlKOKNT DEATHS Mrs Catherine Dunn all old and respected resident of the East End died at the family residence 1126 Rogers street early Monday morning Her funeral took place from St Aloysius church on Wednesday Many old friends of the family at tended the obsequies She is sur vived by one son Thomas Dunn for merly Sergeant of Police now a guard afc tho Workhouse and two daughters Her children havti the sincere sympathy of many friends Ini their affliction John A Farrell a young at torney died at the family residence 2213 Bank street early Tuesday morning He had been suffering from bronchial trouble for six weeks Mr Farrell was born in Louisville twentyfive years ago He was edu cated In the Catholic schools and later graduated from the Jefferson School of Law He is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs John Farrell five brothers and two sisters The brothers are Joseph Farrell Secretary of Division 1 A O H Wilbert George Earl and Leo Farrell The sisters are Misses Stella and Teno Farrell The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Thursday morning The deceased had a bright future and many friends deplore his I untimely death UNITYS ANNIVERSARY Unity Council Y M I of Now Albany will celebrate Its sixteenth anniversary on Sunday April 23 The members will attend lass at Holy Trinity church in the morning- At 2 oclpck In the afternoon theyI will havo an initiation when a classI of sixtyfive will receive the degrees I In the eevnlng the new anti old memI bers will attend vespers at Holy Trinity church The Rev FatherI John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas church of Louisville will preach an appropriatesermon LEIJAXOX MAY WEDDING Judge and Mrs H W Rives of Lebanon announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Annie Mary Rives to James L Spalding the wed ding to take place at St Augustines WednesdaylmorningI of the most charming and attractive young ladles of Marlon county Mr Spalding is a son of Circuit Clerk Tom n Spalding and is a well known young insurance man ROYALLY ENTERTAINED I Mr and Mrs Dave Welch havo re turned from Frankfort whither Mr Welch went to attend the State convention of master plumbers While in Erankfort Mr and Mrs Welch were tho guests of Mrs Emma New I man The Louisville visitors wore shown many social courtesies during their brief visit to the State Capital ABLE LECTURER Dr Maurlco Francis Egan tho noted American educator and United States Minister to Denmark will ar rive at Notre Dame University on Easter Sunday to begin a series of lectures on English literature It Is probable that the Laetare medal conferred upon him by the uni versity last year will be presented on pastor Monday NEW SISTERS COLLEGE Sisters of Chtrlty of St Vincent do Paul arc preparing ifor the Immedi ate erection of a new college build ing and dormitory at Mount St Via cent Rlverdale N Y The college will be a sixstory structure 98x46 feet and will cost 80000 The dormitory will be a twostory frame structure 43x107 feet and the estimated cost will be 10000 APPOINTED PRESIDENT Gov Johnson of California re nIPrenII is a manor exceptional chtYaaur He li a sterling Ctkpllc and taker 4 deep and active Interest In charitable work IT n n PAWfOftiq WAS PHAHGB The Ukjctt Norfolk al Jteredi tarr B rl ltetrshkll of tlaremplre hw fOI1theI The Duke of Norfolk to the most illustrious met Ar f the CthoJJ bile IaI the a41 I rt raitlt M tV IX J i rpree t FreedCompletes including Catchers Mask CatchersMitt Ball and Bat With Every Purchase of 5yf Or moremour- Childrens Department Saturday or next week MSS MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 West MarketT- he Great Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR JKINSEUA Manager N4N NNNNNONNN ICEjFOR Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill ice is made from J iiOuronly Family dlstlllHIiibe prompt and We are prepared to furnish all occasions and fn any iifo Both Phones 207 Iceii i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED iN E Cor Pearl and Floyd Stre- etN4NNNONNNN1N01o SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISIQN 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins vi a w Recording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Tihonfas P Lawler Set geantatArma Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Moat First and Third Wednesday Campbell rind flroadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mondays Ilnoteshth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G lies slon Treasurer D J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessj Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady AllslstantFlnanclal Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghan Sentinel SI J McDermott DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford President John Q Cole Vice PresidentJ E Murphy Recording SecrearyHush Me Grad Financial Secretary John Hogan Treasurer B A Coil SergeantalArmi Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleaso- nMarshalM4ahael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 lubICock A O Link- riaaacilal SeereUry F G Adame- Rwordlag SeeretryR Oafeorse retllfHKer1JfirrTrttMur r7 WV A Lta- kMarshalJ H Skeehan1 InW IelltlnlP AirfrfetU On idle lttIaeH lMMvar fJor 1910 tMl7U d States had the bulb of aJworlds copper pro dtt tkm 498100 Loan inorus of 11 gal oeotter abe oulpt t at 1 it ir KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News tint Will Interest Members Here and Else yhere Doth councils exemplified the sec ond degree last week at Syracuse Next month will bo a busy OnoJJ Conventions will be held in all the States I Final arrangements have been per fected for establishing a council at Sterling Colo A class of twenty members was re cently received into the council at Gracevlllci Minn Tho ladles of Indianapolis had a surprising shower for the new club house Monday night Mrs Lawrence Mooney male the presentation- At Mason City Iowa the Council is preparing for the erection of a home and club house Tho work of ex cavating will begin In the near future Last week St Paul Council held a social for members of tho Minnesota Legislature who belong to the order Eleven Senators and nine Repre sentatives were present Last week the Knights of Erie con ferred the first degree on a class of twentyfive sndon Sunday morning closed their retreat by receiving holy communion in a body atn mass for deceased members EUCHRE AND LOTTQ Every preparation has been made tobeOolttmbas church on Easter Monday afternoon and night at Fontaine Ferry Park Thero will be special attractions for tho children In the afternoon Tickets good for euchre lotto or supper are being sold at twentyfive cents The Rev Father Jphn D Kalahor pastor of St Columbas invites his ifrlends from other parishes to visit the park on that day Easter Monday will be a holiday for alt the parochial school children and anegg hunt for all tho little ones will be one of the great attractions SISTER OF CHARITY DEAD Sister Mary Sophia McMahon died at St Josephs Infirmary on Wednes day morning She had been 111 two weeks and suffered from pneumonia The deceased was born in Ireland thlrtyflvo years ago Her mother I and one sister still reside in Ireland Besides she has five brothers and four sisters living in Brockton iMass The remains were sent to Nazareth for burial on Thursday EUCHRE AND DANCE Members of the Young Ladles Sodality of the Church of the Good Shepherd at Frankfort are mak I ing extensive preparations for their big euchre which will bo given at Knights of Columbus Hall In that city on the evening of Easter Tues day April 18 Euchre will bell play from 8 oclock until 1030 after which refreshments Wilt beI served To crown it all there will be a dance that will continue until 1 oclock The proceeds will go to l the school fund of the Church of the Good Shepherd A pleasant time is assured all who attend GIFT IS APPRECIATED PIerpont Morgan recently pro sented to the Catholic University I I library a copy of Herman CI Hosklcrs work on the Golden Latin Gospels a splendid ninth century manuscript which forms one of the chief treasures ot Morgans library This work is a critical reproduction I of the gospels texts as found in this manuscript and sev eral full size pages are given show Ing the beautiful gold script on purple parchment The manuscript re produced is the famous Hamilton Gospels known as The Henry VIII Gospels The university lIs very grateful for this act of gener osity on tho part of Mr Morgan NEWSI T I According toa report of Bureau of the Holy Name thoii 262 societies were organized in jofj were organized The report of the Archdlocesan Union of New York for the year ending March 19 1911 shows that attendance at holy com munlon of members of Holy Name I societies was 119000 I GREAT DIPLOMATIC MISSION- It is intimated in ecclesiastical I circles that Cardinal Vincent Van nutelll wlll represent the BoerelgQ1 Pontiff Plus 3C at King Georges i lllbearI the Klnp together VJtha gift for the Queen Cardinal Vannutelli represented the Pope last fall at the Worlds Eucharistic Congress InI Montreal and at the consecration of St Patricks Cathedral New York i PREPARE FOR INITIATION Blue Grass Council Knights of Columbus will initiate a large class at 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attention and satisfaction guaranteed All the late atiti new Styles andSUape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us GENTRY FURNITURE GO Incorporated N W Cot Third and dreen Sts We furnish the homecom pleto on easy payments WM CALUdHAN Mgr Sales Dept PETERM r AD8IOT SQNS WA60I MANUFACTURE n a V Ya IJ n J ENTUCKY IRISH AlWERICANo c V i J I O fganizationiii tIl S V Central National Life Insurance Companyi I f leave organization and I willmakebut me Andrew Carnegie saysIITak my money my the money over again The Organization Committee of the Central t National Life Insurance Company believes in ITS ORGANIZATION opened with some of the best men in the United States Some time ago negotiations were the Southandin Kentuckylife iinsurancethe companystrongestthe view of organizingL with Central National Life Insurance Corn r the Central States and it was determined to orgamze the pany the formation of which is in the hands of a strong Organization Committee The Organization Committee is rapidly completing preliminary arrangements arid announces that Its MEDICAL DEPARTMENT will be in charge ofa physician of national reputation r underwriters acknowledge to be one of the best equipped medical directors t whom life insurance holds the position of Medical Director for one of the large com in the country He now the Central and Southern States He believes the South shotild have a big life Pinsurance company and believes the way to accomplish this is for the best men in the South to support it Its LEGAL DEPARTMENT will be under the supervision of one of the ablest and best character of mental vigor andprofoundgreatof sterlingknown lawyers in Kentucky a man learningIts AGENCY DEPARTMENT the department from which the company secures its bus THE BIG STORE I Easter Suits For Men AT 10 and 15Are of our Guaranteed Make Come today and take a look I 1 THEMILTON BIGM MARBLESTONE 8E4Z4 5tlBctwccn Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods it is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course to pursue in selecting a pianoone of real worth for the money you invest We are confident of having the largest I 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 oueprice policy must convince even the most doubt f ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he Well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite Inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OSB8O8O FOURTH AVENUE f SHOES and SLIPPERS r We have the most complete line of Footwear ever ex hibited in this city which is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to make their 1 COMMUNION and GONMMfVriON You will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET ST I GIVE A REBATE TICKET t Good for ten cents in trade with l my New Blend Coffee at j 2i2lbs 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY I Home Phone I3JJ 01CB W JMARJCKT fcSTRISHST 1 PQVvPRvuP73Q yiao I GEHEQN SON 2IS WEST MARKBT5TRBB- TSRIrTunCRI1tBRATnn NORTHN STIR REFRIGERATOR TheOnly Refrigerator with Cork Insulation TliB QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines pot a few but all featuresoif- practical value that are considered desire ered desirable in a Gee Range The QUICK MEAL DM NO EQUAL It rartta high la tIh Mtimatlpn of Mi t HfcHc T ro + fi t- e i JHtHt 11pii171It OMAEPAlf1111i Ai r r JT 345 Wt Oreen ttiMt BLESSING JI Ot Cornerstone ol New Sft Augustine Churchls Near at llniul Right Rev Bishop ODonnghu Will Olliclntc and Deliver Sermon Archbishop Spalding First Pas tor Will Be Guest ot Honor WILL BE STREET PROCE8SI01 The cornerstone of the now Church of St Augustine will be blessed at 3 oclock In the afternoon on Sunday April 23 The ceremony will be performed by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghtie Bishop of Louis yule About sixty of the clergy will bo present and among the more prominent will be Archbishop John Lancaster Spalding and the Right Rev Edmund Obrecht Abbot ol Gethsomane The blessing of the cornerstone will be attended by all due pomp and solemnity The Rev Father Francis Felten pastor of tho church has made ar rangements for the proper observa Lion of the day There will be a street procession from the old to the new church about one block away Mackin Council YlI has been invited to act as he special escort of Archbishop Spalding Bishop ODonaghue and the Abbot of Qethsemane Acolytes will head the way With sljcty or more priests fol low Behind will come the high dignitaries and their guard of honor St Augustlnes band will enliven the procession with music iilshop ODouaghuo will bless the ornorstono and preach the sermon After tho ceremonies the Archbishop 31shop and Abbot will be escorted rack to tho old St Augustines rectory where supper will be served the lorgyIt a matter of regret to all that Archbishop Spalding will not be able to preach He Is a native of UustrlouB Kentucky Archbishop He Isa nephew Martin of theII ipaldlng once Bishop of Louisville and later Archbishop of Baltimore The present Archbishop Spalding rail ordained In Louisville He waS astor of the first Catholic congregation for colored ipeople In this city- He built tho old St Augustines hurch perhaps the oldest Catholic hurch for colored people In the South in 18C8 Later he loft the loceso and vas made Bishop of Peoria As a lecturer he won renown on the platform As a poet his verses were praised by the greatest critics Asa student of- tho social problems ho stood so high that President Roosevelt chose him aa ono of tho great men of the nay tion to act as arbitrator in tho CXaljminorstho J clear as a bellIHo loves Kentucky I He loves the weak and the downtrod tt- len It will bo a Measure for hlni toi bo preesnt nt the blessing of the irnefstone of tho new church Tho first St Augustines built llY- tbo then Father Spalding Is now- Hsed as a school house In 1901 Father Felten the present pastor orectelt the church now to Oaband- oned when the now church Js- colUPletodIl1 recont years It be came necessary to seek a new sited new environments for the cbllrch rectory and schoph The gins eat property has been geld gUllan- eW site at Thirteenth and Broadway rchaeed The work of building We foniuMttail has itroffWMttd rapy 1411 Now the cornerstone ia Mll- rtotie 1aWo Father iNtltwi te very holwtul of pie plant and xiicU to I l1aV tin flock housed In Ow neWC 1turoh riex t fall- AvExUi TNNAI1Cte Jeanne Towier will to the star iii double III at the vwa ii The Ur j that ahejwlll 1- lays w- rt F i If iness and growth will be energized by the leadership of men who have a national reputation r as life insurance underwriters and whose names are a guaranty that the company willproduce j a volume of business that will make it a factor in the Southern and Central States and in the North East and West Its FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT will be under the direct control of a Financial Board No one man will dominate its finances or investments These will be safeguarded by a num ber of then who have been selected for their integrity and financial experience the companys- charter making special provision for safeguards of this kind Its EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT will be directed by a board of able men who have been trained in the successful conduct of business enterprises the executive head of the com pany being a man who has proved himself the greatest constructive life insurance executive since the days of John A McCall who was justly regarded as the ablest life insurance man of his time All of these Officers Departments and Executive and Financial Boards will be under the supervision of a Board of Directors representative men drawn from different sections of the country thus enabling a stockholder with only one share to be in close touch withalmost everyIdetail of the Company through the Director representing the stockholders in his section The double checking system of this Company its Officers working together the Depart ments reporting to the respective Officers in charge the organization being under the super vision of the Executive and Financial Boards with a strong Board of Directors supervising all means success rI1 MoneyI Prevent Your Buying a New Spring Outfit Our easy payment club is designed to give you what credit you may need for tne wants of your family and home All we ask Is a Small Payment Down and yodcan then Purchase on terms as low as one dollar per week anything in Ladies Misses and Childrens Suits Mens Boys andII Childrens Clothing Bed Coverings Lace Curtains Rugs Etc REMEMBER you are not eying on the installment plan where an charge is made for the goods yqu buybut you are a member of a big strong progressive club and are en titled to all its benefits Come and investigate this plan It will save you money and make yon happy s- STERNAU BROS Incorporated Department Store Market near ShelbyI I HER I F i I I jeI I I No more spell 3 From Yalesvllle Conn writes Mr J F McGovern Sept 8 1910 that hit daughter 14 years old was so nervous I doctorInoenlgsNervedesired effect SquareNewICoenlgsNervemuch and ho Is very well satlslled with resultsMrs VInfleld N Y was WeaknessIafter taking one bottle she had no more attacksII I I FREE OI rod I A Valuable Book on Nor Samplebottletlents also get the ratdlcint fret WWayInd sonce 187 v FATE and nowte of Fat- 1KOENIQMED 00 Chicago III 108 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 for fc Large Alz I17I 6 Bottles lor SB presort during the week havo been seen before in Loulsvllc Lovers of the drama can see new bills during tho first and last halves of tho week MOTION IMCTUJIKS The j advent pt Easter will bring a- neW line of tilts to tho Casino and Orpheunv Theaters next week Both houses are drawing hundreds of 1ertormanceSome1thlng lay next Iveek- HOPKINH TUKATE R Although spring has come there has been no Palling off In attendance at the Hopkins Theater New and lovol vaudeville acts and motion pier urea are promised tor next week jppkins1 Theater laa cohifortable place to spend an hour or more Its comfortable and Its shows are in tructlvo as well as MACAUrilYs cntertalnlngII Lym n II Howes motion vhitlit l- lwlllJe continued at 3f c lItes heater qY of next Week One of he fftireet tq be shown on the- ol 0njng day ItI a motion picture of a- laringfi hit oryrthq Alpjlln a irigHtlt bllo H LomPKJIn Itretllaa rttletuough the Frepoh oun UtierUaetnc lemon In Italy and Italian CMtleii and ountrjr seSta in Sicily will be among the featurgrnhgwn Matinee will e1 Blreo eruyatfteeieon I 1- i b f x1f y4F 1fra L RED HAT I For Monsignor Kennedy Says Quaker City RumorN- otwithstanding C the oft repeated announcement that there would 1 Ie no consistory at the Vatican this year the dally papers are publishln the following story from Philadelphia sources It is given here for what It Is worth but it does not bear the stamp of any ecclesiastic authorityRight Rev Thomas F Kenrfedj Bishop of Adrianapolis President tor tho North American College at Rome Italy and a personal favorlt of the Pope shortly will be appolnl ed by the Holy See as an America Cardinal to share honors with Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore Ihis statement is made upon the author ity of a Roman Catholic so high 1iIn church affairs that it should be taken without hesitancy and accord Ing to the same source the appolnl ment will too tho direct result of the suffragan Bishops refusing to abld by the Popes desire to see Bisho Kennedy recommended as a successor to Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia who died recently The Popes wishes were mad known to the suffragan Bishops by Cardinal Gibbons Instead of select- Ing three names the suffragan fish ops submitted one that of Ilaho Prendergast of this diocese who did Archblstiop Ryans work two year before Ryans death Prior to the suffragan Bishops meeting the die esan counselors and Irremovabli rectors met Tho Popes suggestion tad been made to them that the place Bishop Kennedy first upon MonsignorI requestedIthe United States to signify their in iividual choice for Archblshoi ilyans successor The majority of hem have written him favoring Irendergast Falconlo forwarder hose letters to Rome and now ac lording to precedents there is but one thing for the Pope to domake Mshop Prendergast Archbishop Bui the Pope refuses absolutely to have his favorite passed by and Monslgnoi Connedy shortly will be selected as he second American Cardinal TUB CAMPUS IS COMING Old favorites will appear In the- cast of Macklns Choral Club In the production of The Campus the newest composition pf Aulyir E Canston The names were given out this week They are Misses Hattlo E Hoffman Abbie Chester and Lanna Long and Messrs Thomas D Clines atrlck G King George A Kleffer Tnlyn E Knnston and Louis J Cleffer As the rehearsals progress the Mackin operatic scouts are be coming more and more convinced that Tho Campus will surpass all revious successes ST JMA11TIVS UUCHUE The ladles ot St Martins church wl1f give a euchre and lotto at the arochial school hall Shelby and ray streets on Easter Monday after oon and evening Thorn will be a ouiiteoua supply of useful prizes In addition to tho euchre and lotto g tines there will be an appetizing each day and a variety of 1luncheon The committee of ladles arranging the affair s made ull of Mesilames John Walter George irlngman George Ernst Catherine ihaecjler George Mayer George ihunvpp Seb Westorman and John Stork All who patronze the affair 011 either day will be duly ontor talned ATIIRn BOUCHISTS MEMQUV Wednesday was the eighth annl raary of the death of the Right Iev Monsignor Michael Bouch t for ara rector of the Cathedral a1d- Vicar General pt the diocese It- Was on Easter Sunday morning eight years ago that Father Bouchefc was- found dead He niuft have died 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