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I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMFRICANIVOLUME XXVINO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 22 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTu u m u GRAND BAZAR I The Most Elaborate ol Its Kind Ever Hold About Fulls cities Will Open Monday Morning andI Continue Until Saturday Night All Are Incited to Assist Father llafto in Ills Cherished Work MAYOR HEAD WILL OFFICIATE The bazar to bo given from April 24 to April 29 Inclusive at Lloder kranz Hall for the benefit of the new and handsome Church of St Charles Borromeo being erected at Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets by the Rev Charles P Ratio gives every Indication of being ono of the most elaborate and successful affairs of the kind ever held in this city i The doors will swing open on Monday morning at 10 oclock and will remain open until late Saturday evening Mayor William O Head the members of the Boards of Pub lie Safety and Public Works and other prominent city officials have been specially Invited to be present for diner on the opening day and to formally put Into motion the wheels of the bazar The widespread encouragement and generous support which hits been shown the bazar workers from all sides give every assurance that this bazar shall lip a social enter taining artistic and financial suc cess So many useful ornamental and valuable articles have been received as donations from the various merchants and business houses of the city that tho Interior of the bazar Will present a regular fairy land of practical and beautiful ob jects It would be almost Impos sible to enumerate even tho most costly articles but a fine piano an excellent grafonola a diamond ring ladys and gentlemans gold watch clock blueblooded chickens stoves automatic swing hand embroidered linens furniture ornaments and soon will be prominent So varied i wnibVtho assortment of goods and good things that one need but ex- Press the wish to see any particular thing and It will be shown him The new church of which the be loved and well known Rev Charles P Raffo Is pastor and for which this bazar Is being given will be a most beautiful stately and Godlike edifice It will cost when com- o pleted in the neighborhood of 60000 It will be an ornament and a matter of architectural pride for not only the West End but also for tho city at largea house which for years to come will be the center for tho moral and religious uplift of the community The congregation Ii of St Charles Dorromeo having for years made no appeal for assistance to tho public and having always been among the leaders in the con lnetltutfons unusual burden they have a reason able and Just right to request the cooperation and assistance of thoseI outside tCo Immediate parish In this dundertaking1 Tho corps of bazar workers In charge are sufficiently experienced t y to smoothly and delightfully anage every detail of tho coming event Those who visit the bazar may rest assured that entertainment and soI b cial features will play a prominent J part and they need not fear that they will bo hounded to death by pocketbooddrained During meal hours there will be j absolutely no soliciting In the dining room so that those who desire to visit the bazar simply for the meals may como and go without the slight T est Interference No special nights 4willbo sot aside for any societies or particular classes but any organlza J tlon which desires to sdelct a detIe mite night and attend In a body will I i be welcome The general arrange I J ments for tho booths dining room I and other features will be largely I similar to previous affairs of this nature but many novelties and spe I Ji vial attractions will be offered t f Dinner will be served daily from 11 till 2 oclock and supper from I 5 till 7 oclock The tables w11lbe I J laden with all tho dainties of the z thezi menu will be sufficiently attractive I Yand varied to suit the most fastid I 4 ious and special attention will be U bebAnd satisfactorily Tickets for either diner or supper I will be sold at twentyfive nhi1 The Chairlady In charge of this de J partnte i announces the following specialties as the leaders of the menu card 1 Mon ay Prime roast aid spring vegetables etc 1 Tuesday Roast hoat with appro priate side dshee and deserfs iu Wednesday Chicken and lee I l1crMm c Thursday Spaghetti Italians 1 rY8ol and lamb asd deMtftfl J v FridayFish and fang salads t U 9fitd y eneembla eti tier 1 man favpmei C A eMial lvltalor k b+rHt ax J ito ail tlteatt j fac o n In tJ the bazar to partake of some of the excellent repasts that will be furnished In the dining room and to thus lend what little assistance they are able toward constructing tho sacred edifice now building to servo for the honor and glory of God Iin our community MOURNS MOTHER Friends of E J OBrien Extend Their Sincere Sympathy The entire community sympa thizes with Edward J OBrien iin tho loss of his mother Mrs Mary A Nash who died at noon on Good Friday Ho was her eldest son only surviving child Mr OIIrlea- father died when he was quite small and his good Irishmother was his advisor his preceptor and tom panion In all things When be was weary of the days work it was to her ho turned for comfort and re pose She shared his every joy and every sorrow May she rest In peaco and may perpetual light shine upon herMrs Nash was born In tho County Cavan Ireland seventynine years ago but came to America in her girlhood She was one of the oldest members of St Patricks congregation A fortnight ago her grand laughter Miss Marie OBrien was iInjured In an automobile accident It Is believed that the fear that her granddaughter was seriously hurt hastened the death of the grandmother Mrs Nash mras noted for her many charities Her hand was over ready to deal out help to the poor and atfllcted While her re mains reposed in the casket at tho family residence 1821 West Jotter son street hundreds of friends and of strangers she had benefited made It a shrine to offer prayers for the roposejof her soul The funeral took placo from St Patricks church on Monday morn Ing after a solemn mass of requiem The church was filled with friends who desired to pay their last respects to the remains of sire Mary A Nash GRAND WORK I Done by Division 3s Team at Big Hibernian Meeting Local Hibernians are still congratulating I one another over the gathering at Falls City Hall Tuesday night under the auspices of Division 1 SeVeral Hundred members were present and each of the four divis t ions was well represented Tat s meeting was planned with a view to having the initiation of a class of waiting candidates and a social session with refreshments Not a plan miscarried All who attended wore lighted with the now lire of Easter Hlbornlanlsm The Reception Committee made up of James Barry Thomas Walsh and Tnomns Tarpey was on hand early and helped to make things pleasant for all comers President William Murphy called the meeting to order and made a brief address of welcome The Very Rev James P CronIn V O opened the meeting with prayer Only the necessary routine business was trans acted alter which the work of In itiation was entered upon There were thirtythree candidates present sumo from Division 1 and others from Division 3 Tho work was put an by Division 3s degree team and seldom It ever has a more effective rendition of the ritual been given in Loulsvllo The degree team was made up of D J Coleman Thomas 3tevens Thomas Quinn P T Sullivan Hugh Hourlgan John Hessian and Sergt John Maloney who as Captain of tho Guard made his part particularly Impressive Every member of the degree team took his part well and at the conclusion of the initiatory exercises Father Cronin expressed his approval of ill he had seen and heard and com pllmented the work of the degree team commending especially the work of Scrgt Maloney Frank Klnnoy who has been ill ffor several weeks vas reacted un improved Martin J Cusick a vet oran of Division 1 made a brief ad dross on the fundamental principles of the order Unity Friendship and Christian Charity Ho remarked on the splendid feeling caused by the gathering of so many Hibernians a tram each of the four divisions At his suggestion too degree team was tendered a rising vote of thanks President Murphy then turned tho nesting over to the Literary Com nlttee which is made up of Thomas Kecnan Sr Charles Finegan Thomas Lawler and Louis Roller These gentlemen had provided a bounteous supply of refreshments of ill kinds and plenty of cigars Now and old Hibernians regaled them lelves and spent an hour or more 1in chAtting over the events of the even- Ing All left with the hOPe that Division 1 would soon give another nlttation and social HaslonII JIAYDOJf BROWN II Miss Anna Clara Haydori one at Pewee Valleys most charming girls mdDjvld1 Brown of Louisville were quietly married in the parlors of St Johns rectory at 7 oclock IB Monday morning The Rev thpariahthe cfrempny Mr and tsBro e pie to Chicago to wand n1 kkWien dayc 1ka forl BOW te KMNMI1 Mlrwiiilit 41 pLout J I n 1 t PASSIONISTS The World Over Will Celebrate Feast of St Paul ot the Cross Local Observation ot the Day at Sacred Heart Retreat NoxtWcek r Something About the MCH Who Preach the Story ot the Passions FRIENDS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME All over the world the priests and lay brothers of the Passlonlst- III StPaulthefounderI haaII approII willbePassionlstFathersI and from time to time will bless those assembled with the relic of StI I ofItho city and county will make Sacred I Heart Retreat a shrine of devotion dayI I I Cross was born In lifohewhen ho was twentysix years old byhiSrlergyOver pended from the neck with a cross above it A black leather strap is belted around tho waist In the monasteries tho members of the ii community wear sandals instead of shoes I I IIn 1721 St Paul went to Rome to havq the rules of his order con firmed Sanction was withheld for many years and meanwhile the priestMl I moved he established the first mon astery of his order at Argentara In congregaItlonj XIV in 1741 Clement XIV showed the fathers marked favors and conferred on them the house and church of Sts John and Paul on the holyfounderhe died In 177B After his death rapidlybut I PaulsIi most settled purpose in life I i conversion of England but It was not until 1842 that his followers obtained n footing there Tho first IgnatiusSpAnglicanIsmQIIi halfdozen communities In Groat 1nthetralia Roumanla and Belgium I The life of a Passlonist is quite austere They fast three days In every week as well as observe the fast of Lent and Advent They wear nothing on their feet save sandals i They rise at night to say matins and recite the office in chdlr at all the canonical hours Besides the vows of poverty chastity and obedience the Passionlsts take a fourth fo faithtub of their profession they make a vow of I congregationThe I bytheI Bishop of Pittsburgh The first col any consisted of three priests and one lay brother The Superior wasI diedAprilPassionlsts Wore enabled tto start a dloIceseI devout American youths were pDt wanting and in 18C1 a third house Hobokenhouses were erected Into a Province II with Father Dominic Tarlattlnl a werebuiltsII vlllen tho archdiocese of St pointsBesides AyresTheIn conducting missions inI practically the same as that followed by other missionaries but the prominence given in their preaching to the mys teries of our Lords passIon is found J to be singularly effective In rousing the negligent and stimulating the devout to still greater ferVour The Paeslonlsts will welcome you If you visit Sacred Heart Retreat on thE1J occasion of the feast of St Paul ot Ji the Cross- COLORED CATHOLICS CHURCH j The Rev Father Joseph Hogerty of Lebanon soon expects to build la I church and school for colored Cath olics In Jhat elty At present there are seventyfive devout colored Cath olioc fanllks lnLebano- nrt i rlolltl FOizIl7Fnaile Redrierdala oil at PaWt s datb i1 tf sal itLotzliMntDt tdkiltttyttlglit gR l to I 4- r fiig Iment who left the parish on April1 23 1861 savor o return and for those who Mayo died since the close of the war of the rebellion Nearly all the members of the regiment live around old St Patricks whore the regiment gathoreattar hearing mass to march to the boat An oldf i photograph taken at the time mayI still bo seen hanging on the walls of the rectory in Mulberry street SOLEMN SERVICES t Marked the Obsequies ol T J Cody Tuesday Morning lr With solemn Impressiveness fu neral servlces were held over the remains of Thomas J Cody traffl- managor for the Central Consumers Company at Sty Anthonys church o Tuesday xabrnjng The solemn mass of requiem was celebrated by the I Rev Dr O P Ackermann a brother inlaw of the deceased While this mass was in progress at the main altar low masses of requiem war being celebrated on the two old altars The church was filled wit mourning relatives and friends After the maw the remains werllaid to rest In St Michaels cemetery Death came to Mr Cody ater soyi tomIeled all over the United States and a greater partjjjJf Europe In a vain endeavor to restore his health- I Death came tdjhlm with the dawn of Easter Sunday Sorrow was ex pressed all oval the city when the aunouncemeutmof his death was made His rcmias reposed at the home of his ifatherlnlaw P Ackermaniiljj2lli4 West Market ioofunt1l11hafunn1anueaduyy From the time the remains wor placed in the casket Until the funora- cortege i left the house there was ono continual stream of old friends call ing to paY their respects to his memory Mr Cody was born at Goshen N Y thirtyeight years ago Ho- i was bereft of both fatlier and mother when he was thirteen month- old Friends of the family place him under the care of the Sisters of St Vincent who havo a convgnt at- i Goshen There ho resolved his early education As a youth he was em ployed as a clerk In a railroad of fice His good humor and alertness latoI dent of the Queen Crescent railroad Mr Murphy brought young Cody to Cincinnati and gave him place as ono of his traveling In 1898 ho married Miss Amel1- Ackormann Soon after his mar- rIage he was appointed solicltin agent for the Senn 1 Ackerman- Brewing Company He had busines- ability and made friends whereverI ho went His thorough knowledge ot the railroad business caused his appointment as traffic manager of the Central Consumers Company HeIwas a human dynamo Hard work had fio terrors for him But his con stltutlon gave way under the strain i His beloved wife who so faith fully ministered to him In his long IllnessI has the sincere sympathy ofI many friends in her griefIiI IrOSTlONED I Cornerstone Laying of St Ii Augustines Newt IChur h ii I The cornerstone laying ot the new t St Augustines church Tblrteentn I and Broadway which woe let for tomorrow afternoon has been postponed I for one week and will take place on Sunday afternoon April 30 This action was rendered nec I 1 HighRevI l s now undergoing treatment at St Jo I sephs Infirmary The pastor Roy I Francis Fplten says th9ro will bo no change In the programme or t ceremoniesI and that they will be carried out on April 30 as originally arranged Work on the new edlflqe is being pushed forward rapidly aud 1 iit will snot be long until the afroc taro is under roof I AGED RESIDENT I i ADII t The funeral oi Matthew Disc h wTip died at the home of his son Joieph DiMli 414 West Green street tt- on Friday of last week took plat- from e St Mirs churWh on Sunday y afternoon The deeawKl was born iin Germany eighty ir aI but I had lived la LoHtorlHe More thaa klgyt sabot by1JlILwbe knew hilL Duo t1i YMHilfe Relit tM li liriilHtoe of elldui allsrz r wn JEffERSONJ Founder of Duutocratic Iurt AVtll Have Birthday on Monday Owner ot Slaves But Never Be AnyfKind Drafted Declaraticn ol lode pendence and Founded PaniHELD MANY POSTS OF HONOR Next Monday April 24 will be tho anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson considered tho founder of the Democratic party Thomas Jefferson was born in Alber made county Virginia on April 24 1743 His views and writings on political subjects have influenced more Americans than those of another Y man who essayed politics The consensus of public opinion Is that Thomas Jefferson as a man aid an American is in the class with Wash ington Lincoln and Franklin He was a contemporary of George Washington and later succeeded to the head ot the United States Govern mentFrom his childhood the mind o Thomas Jefferson assumed a high elevation and took a broad and ex panslvo view of men and things He was educated at the College of Will L lam and Mary Wllllamsburg and was always found at the head of his class For assiduity and untiring In thee superiore camho under his investigation closely andI carefully passing through tho open- Ingl avenues of literature with an as tonishing celerity By a thorough iInvestigation of the science of law hnd government Jefferson spon be came prepared to enter upon the great theater ot public action and Into the service ot his Injured coun tryAt the age of twentytwo he was elected to the Provincial Legislature and commissioned a Justice of the Peace which gave him nn opportu IthacaL1 principles to a considerable extent I tlsproclaitpedhimealtethp unyk4d ani1 as his motto Resistance to tyrants Is obedience to God By his eloquence and unanswerable reasoning he soon kindled the lame of oppo sition in old Virginia which in creased as tyranny advanced and in 1769 assumed the shape of a resolu Jets imd port a single article tram Great Britain The boldness and firmness with which he maintained his posi tion astonished the adherents of the crawn and gave a fresh Impetus to the glorious cause then In embryo The plan of organizing committees ot correspondence through the col onies was devised by him in tho early part of 1773 and proved em inently useful in producing unity of actoosn rimao he wrote and published A Sum mary View of tho Rights of British thsa men in bold and glowing colors This he addressed to tho King In re spectful but plain and impressive language In the following eloquentI strain Open your breast sire to liberal and expanded thought It behooves you to think and act for your people Tho great principles of right and wrong are legible to every reader to persuade them needs not the old ot many counsellors Tho whole art of government consists iin the art of being honest So exasperated was Lord Dun more the British Governor ot the colony of Virginia on perusing this article that ho threatened to arrest its author for high treason Written and published during the session of the Legislature of which was an influential member JeffersonII Ing that resolutions had by the Representatives quite as treasonable In their character as tin publication in question Ills Lord ship immediately dissolved the fur ther action of that body j The Declaration of Independence was proposed and Jefferson was appointed Chairman of tho commit j tee to draft a form Ho was re J quested by hte colleagues tOJlre pare the important document He I performed the task with a boldness of design and beauty ot execution before unknown and yet unrivaled I The result of his Jabor lId before the I world Admiring nations have jjnlted in applauding the declaration tour rights penned by Jefferson and sanctioned by the Continental1 Congress on the fourth of July I 1776 III- In 1783 Thomas Jefferson again 1 took his seat ia Congress and be 1 same one of its brightest ornaments J The chaste and moving address from j that body to Gen George Washing ton when be surrendered his Dom mission to Congress was from the 1 soulstirring glen pi Jefferson Helwas Chairman of the committee ap a pointed to form aJlnofterritorial I gDMrntforc thxtensh1ec1ons otvtk UwnfPaI Weet Tru to k freaHtprloffiJyeoesNlptt ihiate Adr4oan i be It fJY Introduced a clause prohibiting slavery after tho year 1800 in any ot tho Territories or States that should be formed from them In May 1784 Jefferson was a Minister Plonpotentlarf appointedI II imporY of commerce with several European i nations Ho embarked In July fob j I lowing for France and arrived there visIsitedI but spent the largest part of his time in Paris I On November 23 1789 he returned to his native land and was received with enthusiasmgreat andIaffection by his fellow qltlzens j I after his arrival be was Induced to resign his commission as Minister to Franca and accept the responsible situation of Secretary of State under Washington Having served his country long and faith i largelyInprosperity and freedom Jefferson retired from public life on December 31 1893 and for a season enjoyed tho more substantial comforts of the domestic circle at Montlcello Ho took special carp to Impart comfort to all around him and treated hi slaves in the kindest manner thu reducing to practice the mode of treatment toward them ho had soften alluded to In theory DOING THINGS Mackin Council Provides Liberally For Opera and Bazar Mackin Council showed Its Cat fells spirit Monday night by loin things that have marked Its gie anil to which it owes much cacaoh success President Robinson called the meeting early and rushed the business that the floors might b e turned over to the Social Club for Its Deception and dance Two more members were elected and the Vis iting Committee reported that Michael Carroll the only ono on tho sick list who was operated on fin Chicago was now convalescent at his home in this city Announcement was made of Trin ity Councils opera Princess lion ale and upon motion 25 was appropriated for seats for the offi cers and members of the Choral1 Club committee who will witness the performance In a body An ap- proprIation of 25 was also made ffor St Charles Dorromeo church bazar and one dozen chickens will bo furnished for the chicken dinner to be served next Wednesday President Robertson urged all1 rwbocan to assembled aktfitheaclub Louse Sunday AffJ1PC3 C11Nr to meet at Twelfth and Broadway to take part in the laying of the cornerstone of the new St Augustines church FRENCHMEN Will Have Big Celebration In Honor of Americas I Name I In commemoration ot the sugges I tiers published on April 25 1507 i at the little city ot St Die France that the now world discovered to the i west of Europe should be called 1 America a FrancoAmerican colebra flan will be hold at St Die on June i 3 4 and 5 President Fallleres Robert Bacon the American Ambas II- Illor Frank II Mason the Amcrl can Consul General at Paris and the accredited representatives of twenty one American republics have ac 1 cepted invitations to the festival The principal address of the festival will bo delivered by Mona Cruppl 1 French Minister of Foreign Affairs I The programme Includes a historical 1 pageant a military display of i French troops the laying of a corner I stone for the erection of a high i obelisk called Americas Tower oa I the summit of Mount Ormont over looking St Die the placing of a I tablet on the bouse whore the name America first was suggested amid a I ran l illumination of the town of St Die in the evenings with tino f star of America as the chief feature Many Americans are expected to visit t St Die for the celebration 1ttI I FATTIER RAEFO BETTER The Rev Father Charles P Ratio pastor of St Charles Borrameo t church was so seriously ill during the first part of this week that 1 It was deemed advisable to remove him to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital The peace and quiet of the placo worked wonders for him and D Bernard OConnor who Is attending iIs him says Father Ratio1s on tho high road to recovery Ho will be able to attend the exorcises attending the opening of his bazar I c OATHOLio KNIGHTS KXCCllSIOtf The Catholic Knights Of America P and their Uniform Rank have made a contract with the Southern rail 1 way for an excursion train to Jasper 1 Ind on June 11 Jasper is a Brea 1 Catholic community The Catholi 1 Knlghts have been there before and hospitable entertainment has never fasted them I I COMMANDElt A CATHOLIC The CommanderinChiet of the National G Av nlsJohE Oilman member ofSt Hughg parish of Roxbury Maes JHe hat just iMuedb a call for the fortyfifth national t eaoaigpiaent of the ortarwkloll II- w1l1bCJield at KMkwfcrir during tlwi xegk 6eftSaatnE Atteuat 4 U u 1 I6 r SUCCESS Casts Its Shadow Ahead Pro Iduetlon ot Trinity COUH ells Show U toICrowded 1I0uscsNextWe Able Amateur Artists Will Sing a Slelodions Airs to Tease the Ear FINE PEREORMANCES PROMISED Thp banner nights of the season r at nextIWednesdayIMusical Club will present Princess Bonnie a thefamous willbel introductionspeaksforEffieMcDonaldandMaymowill slug the role ot Bonnie has a strong brilliant soprano Voice which is particulartheLul1abythe famous waltz song of the opera McDonaldhasmany times and will no doubt make a fine impression In opera blue Frances Schranz in tho soubrottp role of Kitty Clover the hallo of the village has a part that ills llko a glove It will be remembered that Miss Schranz was seen last year In takingthebeautifullypart that a professional actor who happened to be in the theater at the first performance pronounced her to be one of the most charming and capable soubrettes that has professional Kitty will afford Miss Schranz an excellent opportunity to display ncJ only her charming personality 8 sweet soprano voice but her talv as an actress as well Miss MayJ Hinkel who will assay the role Auntie Crab In the first act any JiJ a inozzo = soprarioVolCaif tlnb Ity and coupled with a dine stage presence her work In these two distinct roles will stand out very prominentlyTho parts will Do handledfry Albert M Herrmann who will take1 the part ot Shrimps the champion canoeist and who is in love with Kitty Clover and is very much at home in this particular role which Is somewhat difficult to handle John Hodapp who Is quite a character man will take the part of Capt Tarpaulin and keeper of tho lighthouse Is well known In theatri cal circles in this city for his ability as an actor and possessor ot- a very brilliant voice J Robert Davidson who has tho part of Roy Sterling and who handles tho love affair with DonnIe Is particularly adapted for this role and appears to great advantage Thomas Kennedy will represent the Spanish nanasAdmiral Pomposo and well worthy of note as his fine baritone voice Is hard to excel Joseph A Hehemann who Is quite popular in theatrical circles and essays the solo of Count Falsottl an Italian nobleman rose ters his part to perfection as hh lends considerable expression to his impersonation Frank E Crawford is allotted the black face role of Salvador bodyguard of Admiral t Pomposo and will furnish consld I erablo amusement by his comical Impersonations The plot deals with the rescue of Bonnie while a child during a storm at sea off the banks of Now toundland by Capt Tarpaulin nhi r adoption by tho Captain and his sis ter Susan and her homo at a light house on tho coast of Maine near Bar Harbor the final appearance of Admiral Pomposo a Spanish grandee who proves to be Bonniesi uncle their departure for Spain and the rescue by her childhood asso ciates at the hour of her marrlago ceremony with Count Falsettl whd turns out to be a conspirator against the llfo ot tbo King of Spain The musical work is under the dW rattles of Prof Leo A Schmitt wtij well remembered locally forh direction of previous production The performances are under tl personal direction of P WelllngW linger who JaYy otiglnila jThe1 j hue and the Very Rev FatbeH Jai CronIn V G have accepted vitattona to be present on tljt8 q1r ing day of the opera Since Ing the Invitatlph Bishop ODo illnpgoday evening v MUST GIVE UP iIUSINES The RlgbtRev lamas De Bishop of Davenport IarahuI1 sued orders puttlniBintli effect decree of the Pope requiring al priests tq resllrota1 yes whicfc they may bolditW atilt directors of bank ofettwr bJ lB tltaioas Similar ofde lien issued ra otUer dloee 11t41Stt j1 r a KENTUCKY c XRISH AMFiRI0AN1 I iiKYIRISHflMERI6tlf Seer aid Metali IpSe l el Irish AiericaOand Catholics daisy indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans Institute and Catholic Knlghta of America I NTUCKY IhlaH n AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers UBSCRfrTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ICII Batttvd of the LouU Till Poitofflc a SeeoadClajJ rtettr UMI tlHi to ifce KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreo St i ctftADES UtkON COUNCILrASa LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 22 1911 ONE GLORIOUS EASTER I From all reports thus far receive there IB every reason to believe that the heart of every pastor in Loula vlllo must have been filled with joy last Sunday It was Easter Sunday lJ day when many people put on kew garments and stroll forth to show thorn In the local Catbolli churches It was not a question o- few garments It was a matter of clean hearth and souls absolved fron II1Few pasjtora have cause to f complain of the attendance at and at holy communion In massI cases whole families approached the holy table at the game mass andI in the same church Mothers daugh ters granddaughters fathers sons grandsons nieces nephows aU rrecelved the body and blood of our Divine Redeemer It was an edify Ing sight in any ono church Hat great must it have 1cenln the allseeing eye of God Surely theseII happy Easter communions bring blessings to the diocese of Louisville TAFT IS SENTINEL There Is war in Mexico and rumors of war between the Unites States and Mexico There are also Shadows of the dove of peace hover- Ing over the Mexican borders Meanwhile President Taft hats taken time by the forelock and massed his troops along the Mexican border H Gas not said oepnly why he did ItI but it is presumable that he did to doter the Mexicans from treading on American coat tails Whether Madero or Dlaz is theI Mexican President is a Mexican ques tion When Mexican bullets fly across the border and injure and kill people or destroy property In the United States then It Is the duty It President Taft to defend the Mon Reparation for tho past and re for the future Is the least he i exact WISE AND DIPLOMATIC Some people have been doubtful about the conduct of the majority in tho new DemocraticI house of Representatives It seems though that a Democratic majority can take care of itself in the halls of Congress as well as elsewhere Thus far Democratic displomacy in the National House of Representa tives has played its hand with rare skill Tho separation of Canadian reciprocity from tariff revision Champjj formulated a programme that is comprehensive enough to relieve any alarm Which might have been eausedby too much zeal and too slightly controlled I The Democratic programme is admirably balanced The dispatch t with which the organization has thus far been able to carry out its j measures speaks well for the varty1AuIi concerned it President TaftIsdlfterantII clearly the ne dsand demands of ofII the people A Republican House Representatives refused to sustain I hittii A Democratic House of R proI sentativee is sustaining him Will i the Republican majority in the IslaflUexceedingly doubtful raNiBTIir DEBATE PROMISED The most important stage of the veto bill was reached in the British House of Commons on Thursday when the debate beganon the second clause of the bill restricting the powers oftle Lords The clause reads If any bill other than a money bill is passed Jjy the House of one lnthI flucewMrtve jje8alo a tier of the same Parliament o- rt rnd hylng tbeen sent up toe House of iLbrds at least one onto dsfore the end of the eesslon- ejected bf the House of Lprdavin K Of these feisioni that bill mi1I on Iits rejection for the third B Lby the IiousEof Lprdf unless Hours of COii ionadirects toe coKtriiryiW pin 1oHJs aiesty aria become air act of PwUftmeDt vpi the royal assent aotwithsUndinlf that the HOHM of Ids has not eoiTtMUtt to jthe biH L 1ded that tkta prpVJ8io 1knit sae effect anlerayeses sad totaraen lhe date W the reduction of the b1flltt the Commons and tine danLoa n which it passes the House of Commons for the third Imel The discussion of the first claus dealing with money bills which was passed oh Wednesday did not iin volvo the question of principle aa It was already admitted that thi House of Lords did not have tho power of veto on money bills On that question the Tories devoted that rain efforts to pinning the Govern meat to the exact definition of a money bill Night long sittings an expected in the dobate on the second clauseThe English are slow fighters Just as they stop a game of cricket or business Iin a bank to drink tea oft for Bomethlnjthey put years that might be accomplished In a month If ahoy are licked they want it done throe times In two iyearsV 1 JEho proposition sound funny to Americans but it is ory serious to Britishers I IOn every hand there are signs of spring The organ grinder and his monkey are abroad In the land tbe baseball season has opened peopl are speculating on the Derby the grass Is turning green trees are budding last years openfaced streetI cars are being dusted and burnished i beglnnlngithe worst feature of all lis IWe would suggest to Gov Wlllso that if he calls a special session of heIfaultyIKentuckys growth and prosperityI Tho State can well await redistrict- Ing until the regular session of th Legislature Those meinbcrsrof iho Tennessee Legislature who ran away to Ala bama deserve severe punishment They have violated their oaths and merit expulsion Laws should be passed by every State Jhat jrquli defeat a recurrence of such actioi as the Tennessee solo s have beer gully of I IAfter the fasting and prayer of Lent taM care that Satan docs not enter your heart BUSY KNIGHTS Many Projects Planned ror the Followers of Columbus The members of Louisville Coun + cll Knights of Columbus are very busy men theso days Last night riey held a reception and dance at the club house tho first social event since the Lenten period Only members and their ladies sisters or daughters were in attendance It ras I1n enjoyable affair from every standpoint I Grand Knight G W Klaphoko announces that the council will InII tlate another big class on May 21 Iast Wednesday night Thomas J eahr delivered an address on Charity Next Wednesday evening Attorney Newton G Rogers will deliver a lecture on The Amend lents to the Federal Constitution and Origin of the Term Old and NeW Court On May 3 Attorney Camden IcAtea will deliver an address on Buddhism On May 10 obn Doyle will make a talk His subject will ibo An Address On ho night of May 17 Harry Swann srlll ttave something to say on Our lolation to the Masonic Fraternity The next regular session of the lass In salesmanship and advortls ngwffl bo conducted by P IL Calla han on the evening of Monday May 8L Hon E J McDermott will conduct a class in the study of elementary business law beginning londay evening May 16 Two sea ions will be held each month John lCnssttly Chalrmaa of the Literary Sommlttee announces quite a num ber of new books In the councils ilbrary NEW COAL HEADQUARTEIIS- The new coal yards of the ougberty Lannlng Company are orated at Fifteenth and Magnolia Pie company spared no expense In naking the yards modern In every la Uoulai1 The new office buildings o4H Tr equipped The company Jiiandtea the beet grade of Plttsburg ihd Jellleocoal Wth hustlers line foseipta Dougherty and ISverett tan n ngudluohaneUlel nt book Beeper and office manager as E J Jana tbe firm ought to continue to hake rapid progress In the com aerctel world PRIJ8Ty I ITS PARxNTS t JTEerPatberJatues Oretolre t aIL Ind Is VijIIUa hilt MWtta Mr and MraL John orephre- f09 Weat Market atrMt New JLJr sanyW I IS eJE1v1 Miss Minnie Murray of Clifton has been spending the Easter boll days in Indianapolis Miss Dollle Haley who was the guest of Miss Myrtle Thompson has returned to her home at Lebanon Junction Mrs Jack Laffan and chlldre Save been spending the week In 8t Louis where they went to atten tfio SweonyPaden wedding Mrs W G ORourke and children Helen and Raymond have returned from Hodgenvllle where they wore tho Easter guests of relatives Miss Helen C Corcoran has returned to Nazareth Academy afte spending the Easter bOlldlyswllh her parents on West Broadway Attorney Robert Hagon and wife have returned from Bardstown whereheyAwenttotspe idaEasterra- the guests of Mr and Mrs Henr Muir Miss Mildred Murphy of Marengb has been enjoying a most delightful visit with her aunt Mrs Charles FUzgbrald 1729 East Spring street New Albany Walter Radcliffe for many year in the County Clerks office am Harry B Driver President of the Domestic Laundry Company have returned from a pleasant sojourn at West Baden Springs Mrs MJ Tlerney has returne from Chicago where she attdrfde the graduation of her son Dr E Norten Tierney Dr Tierney will at once begin the practice of his pro fission In this city Mrs Mary B Stephens announce the marriage of her daughter Miss Mayme A Stephens to William E Luckert The wedding will bo solemnized at St Michaels churcl next Tuesday morning Quito a number of old friends surprised Anthony J Rmwley at his res idonceon the occasion of his birthday last Tuesday night There was TaaBtlirg aim fun galore and Mr Rawley proved a most hospital host Mr and Mrs John P Hanley of Crescent Hill left Tuesday to spend ten days at French Lick Springs Miss Margaret Laffan left Monda for St Louis to attend the wedding oT Miss Jean Sweeny and Adrian Paden wliich took place Wednesda morning Miss Marcella Ford and Harry A Vceneman Jr will be united in mar- rltigoin June The exact date oMs not been announced Tihc brldeto be Is the charming daughter of M J Ford t the real estate man Mr Veoneman Is a rising young railroad clerk j The marlrago of Miss Kathryn L Hazzonl and Oharles Buddeke will be solemnized with a nuptial mass al- it Boniface church on Wednesday morning May 2 and will be one of the Interesting spring weddings Miss Mazzonl is the daughter of- Phil Mazzoni and has been a favorite In Italian society circles The rroomolect who Is a widely known and popular young man has boon receiving congratulations from rlends from all over the cltyIMiss Margaret Mary Quill ana John J Winn will be united in marriage at St Johns church next Wednesday afternoon at3 oclock Tho Rev Dr George W Schuhmnnn mIl perform the ceremony The at ConILfter supper at the brides 119 East Jefferson street Mr and Mrs WJnn will take a brief honey noon trip The brideelect Is the laughter of Mrs nlary Quill arid a sllater of Sergt Jerry lull Mr Vlnn Is one of the most popular oung men In St Louis Bertrand pnrlhI FILIBUSTERS Continue to Obstruct Veto BUt In British House of Commons According to T POConnor- at P the veto bill will have left tne JJrltlsh IIouso of Commons be fore the corpriaUouvceromonles be gin The Tories still talk of com romlBoa but It is very difficult to sea what compromise Premier As lulth could ifely offer If he lelded anything essential nls own party would give way and of course the Irish and Laborites would im ood lately revolt However Mr As lulth shows no signs of weakening Wibustorjng will continue In tho louse of Commons so long as the Irastlc closure will permit The louse of Lords will not reject the bUl on second reading but will mend it out of existence The demand for Irishmen on the SngHsli platforma Is asgreat as 4 n tho palmy days of Parhell and the liberals are as ardent and uplted In favor of home rule ad they were wenty years ago Ontheotherhand It Is equally palpable that the old Tory cries of epafatlon and the danker to the religious liberties of the Protestants In Ulster no longer produce any ef fectonthe English opinioa Balfour b Rt the big Orange drum this week and will continue to do no but ef arge section of even hIs own fol owere have a quiet faiths fn Irish icme rule as tk btrlnnlng of Fed rat home rule and of a ioloter unions it the whole empire Tbn It Ii shear thatexceptrby a inhmM tk a at IrrewBfiilafele Ulster Ifsasad of the aid school ritfllt like Lord HuNi0011r e- ytHTftJkt n gtatt home rule U alt beartL J ot jj i 1i f c r i jnJ X i f5h ty L J j Organizationt 1 r ir Central National i 1 l Life Insurance Company 311ra1 tti111 I Yty- NIGHT LETTER r TrTE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY uieaaffaftATrffcv f 5OOOOFFICES trViT7Xttl1I1rC M 11lS ilJi55J3JifvlM nnhMenruulV1 IImlllll nv lUUiurCxh1111oYniwrni lurhn1 M M uh umMMV tu ffitucini I I Untr AS nK VihiiKi I 1 cI Ua4 tIi ilmdwwOn lji fII ftffOI rfiwl win iiwlkfW1 ii- FCi MTR a Urt IF JlffSlnLV1Ieh I Liter l Iii JU rrrtWf fllrG Tnr1 hllall In li Clltiin tLN t4rnan t iVVih arxnliSSP fA Prq111 MM wir f 1 h 8 I KMWS i I4w iii hnM dhr amK tlr+rri dMInI Ml ttlJft1 Iff itn i 4tll IL 1i1U9fRFMT DNInIlTieitRanALuMltvfrhn rMnfwtnttlMeultrncc rtlUW Mnvst 160TC HC Mi VAil PRESIDENT AELvf1CIu NROo11 jlI MAtlAQU 1 w fJ h 00 wr Mr r J 1 RECEIVED AT 8oaidofTfad6fidlNWCor3dMafnStslouIsifIlle Aa fM- 3d a e 6 Nat N L i j f 48 Thibodeaux La Apr 13111 lr t VViHOregory v 5 r c- r rl Chairman orgerirzot tih Oommititlee4CentralLifwnnopj Jc i V tU Louiavllle Ky 1 f P Jf la oept offer position treasurer and member of flnarice r ommitteo iIV amf fully in accord with your ambition to build the biggest and beat life insurance so in the south am obnfidentj J- t you can do it and 1 shall do a J1n my pororfI u a rto make it a success t Thoo it H r Roger tt e 10 4GP I u Mr Thomas H Roger one of the wealthiest and most prominent sugar manufacturers of the South will be treasurer of the company Although Mr Roger is now treasurer of a milliondollar company and has large interests in Louisiana he will come to Louisville to help make the Central National the biggest and best life insur ance company in the South Mr Roger will be an acquisition to the financial and business interests of Kentucky and will help this com pany c ntroltbeife insurance of his home State Thus the company will bring to Kentucky a valuable citizen h 7 his money and also the money of his friends for investment and through his influence a large volume of insur ance will come here instead of going to the North and East The State of Louisiana is paying out annually for life insurance over five million dollars I MACAULEYS3 NightsMonday SPENSERS MASTERPIECE UPRINR BONNIE Comic Opera In Two ActsSO People Presented By TRINITY Y M I MUSICAL CLUB Prices 255075100 Box Office Opens April 20 CALDRON Of Politics is Now Boiling Hot i Our Dear Old Peaceful Kentucky Democrats sro Warring and Repub Means nave a Battle Itayatr llut One CandrdaUs Is In Danger of Defeat By Ills PrJendsi 0 i b JUST WAIT AND TAKE NOTICE The witches that brewed the peculiar broth while awaiting the time to sdltkte Macbeth as TJiane of Cawdor and King that 1Is to be mus- have transferred their affections Kentucky Surely in political mat ters this Is a scene of Double double toll and trouble Fire burn and caldron Jubhle- PoUlllcaUyItentu ky Is all torn upThere are factional fight in both tho Republican arid Dom cratlo parties Judge Addaniti of Cynr thlana has announced his candidacy for the Democratic Gubernatorial nomination as against James Mo Creary Senator Thomas Paynlei and Congressman OIHe mearaengaged lna newspaper duel and the editor of he LouliVllIe Evening rotand the edltor of the herald re wiTing ft Xaxlpan bftttld over wbq Is to be Me R fUhlIcaB nointafe- TbteI latter DhMe pt the Ututjonn it humorous and p rtkailarly graill 171qtotN U moeraU bf Kfntowkr The B fHbie na kayo a beach o eMUHd4te Md neM Mdid t4a for Tuesday WednesdayII Governor The result promises to be a battle royal with each one lam blasting tho others The man that takes the most punishment w1Ube awarded tlfbple- The editor of the Post is champ pioning Judge ORear and 1Is holding tho water bottle for him You know Judgo ORear is a pronounced prohibitionist and water Is the strong est beverage he takes Judgo ORear Is unquestionably an ablo man and a staunch partisan At the same time the Judge Is a man of strong prejudices When Gov Wdllson un dertook to prevent tho destruction of life and property by calling out the State militia to put down tho night- riders Judge ORear assailed Jilm in a public speech and declared that AngloSaxons could never be driven by bayonets Judge ORear proposes to open his campaign at Hopkins vile the town in which the night riders wrought the most destruction With Editor Knott as Jockey and the night riders as backers Judge ORear feelsthat the can win Tie Herald seems to be for any body to boat Judge ORear It says nice things about Lieut Goy Cox Hon B T Franks and Ed Morrow Mr Morrow JSB nephew of Senator William O Bradley Kentuckians s approvingt antothere aye many who believe the Governor will throw his influence to him Ed Franks is very strong Iin Western Kentucky HeMsPheld both legislative and executive oCfjcea land has friends all over the State Messrs Cox M6ryoW and Frank s are thankful because the Post Is op poSIng them The Custom House and Postofflce politicians are to a man opposed to Judge pJlear yet they are not If f united oh any other man Wait and see the fun when the Republicanl primary in Jefferson couaty Is over The edltbfTjf the Poet 1 la a Rurpubll can snow Qn the morning after the primary when the ORear boom hasI liaenaqu khtxlltbe Post will aecuseI avtrytoodj and everytblag in filei partT afduaadtteaekerr-t It to time tar Jtidf r0Jtsr to pray Lordd4AlY r BM freer air Trtoadp 1 a f fWIIITEQOODSFOR i Childrens Confirmation Dresses For Samples Mall Orders Promptly Filled iiWritea Lawn a fine Linen Lawns sheer quality 32 inches wide 36 inches wide well worth OOrtjjf Mercerized Imported BatisteIaney White Lawns in fancy 45 inches beautiful quality checks plaids stripes and and finish our regular 50c Swisses values up to 20c perg 115coJ ard C yard Linen Finish Percales 36 reachOrgandies 72 Inches weightveryweBgopd a price121price2C Persian and French Lawn Wash Chfffop in a beautiful medium and sheer qualities STeer and serviceable quality regular39ci 18cperyardMercerized Lingerie Cloth Imperial English Nainsook 40 inches wide medium weight soft finish 36 inches sells reg stir 25c grade ularly at 1212c sale P cial at per yard spe19c price per piece 99c t 1g a iC i r SOI i I rA 1 tF09RTH avsaarst h MaAdET 1 ei iONNhtHe NtINNeiN ite I CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Then are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c tinder the same manaeement Pre only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic JJLBrwlliellGo 553 THIRD ST Ea1Ni11r GMtractir dUOTWATERIHEATING Dwit BullJ WltMewt seoinrMa- NeaaiePbeetilt Q i j jll THE NEW AVENUE NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW I RetenadSMti AR tower5Q FrmtRtwiaI Far Clro1e35 rack Rewini rim No Higher 1WEEK1 YEAR Lion and the Mouse WmiWwWi l wCoCW- jrTlwrWiy Stfaiiy 25 HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictjrejs ADMISSION lip CeNTS Three ihowt yak SradayeatlsfYeas 1 t t jf f u JCJONTUOKY IRSH AltIERICAN t1 tb it rwwww iiuijiii- T BE SURETO CALL FOR McKENNA w WHISKY r r PURErIH McKenna Ii Distiller Fairfield Kw CHRIST GROTEf OAFE AND DWbIN AbbEY 8 FIiest Bowllag Alleys la Soulh 8 FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS OYSTER WITH EACh DRINK Home Phone C042 Cumb Phone 3892 428430 W JEFFERSON MMM D1 DOUGHERTY S J MCKLLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 7 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 C CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night t 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t+ + 44 ++++++ t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East MLJIrL S1reet r lran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor sFuneral Director and Embalmer t Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Sbort Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET 1 j TELEPHONE 810 I KEENANrFuneral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 nllhtI1225 W MARKET ST iitIndependent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Waahlng and Dressing Ladles and SPecialtyI1 HOME PHONE 1077 ROBERT GMBRIDE With J W Bellsfein Co- ww FIRE INSURANCE jii 1 302SniHome t Columbia Building Fflurlh and Main lI BEDDING PLANTS u j i Geraniums Roses Heleotrqpe Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SGHULZ t THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE BQtk JPkeMM 223 IiERRMANNBROS mruax a flME WINES AND LIQUOH9 Dietille s and Wholeaal Deal eN la FiMet Brande of KM tacky WtekiM MpwWh Perl of Nelson 1111D Ilij3OXD f iNi181M41M8 M4 IXTN STMPETe 11 r nS 5yk MONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermpnt three car loads of 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 MULDOON Monument Company 813 W Green St Louisville Ky NATIONALThe peer of any wheel made fitted with the highest grade equipment that can be procured 54500 DAYTON Equipped with G J Tires mud guards coaster brake pump and tools at 375 DA YTONWithoutmud guards 3500 PRINCETONWith mud guards clincher tires and coaster 3000 PRINCETON With guaran teed raised tread Sutcliffe punctureproof tires coaster brake good pedals and sad dIe 2500 DAYTONiA With new Ox ford single tube tires 1500 GIRLS BICYCLES With guafariteed tires coaster brake and special grade of skirt guards r 25and 3000 Full Line of Tires and Sundries Wholesale and Retail c The Sutcliffe Co INCORrORATCjO 220 s FOURTH AVE dive yew Ieysaa eOcatlee that will prt tare tieau for Hfi St XAVIEI S CQLLEOE lia W BroMI way UwhvMlAi Ky N1e Zarela fretYcn l uttiat i u u sew eri Ju ar i c a r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing thePastWeekOeneralNews The Ancient Order was organized in this country in 1836 making this the year of its diamond Jubilee Division 8 of Cleveland Oho has increased Its membership 50 percent within the past twelve months State President Dillon has boon promoted to the position o l Chiot Inspector of public grounds at Dos ton Division 1 is to be congratulated on the success of Its initiation A tow more such will greatly Increase the membership in Louisville The members of the order must not forget the May dance of the Ladles Auxiliary which will be one of the nicest ever given in this city At Lowell Mass last Sunday DI vision 19s degree team initiated ia class of 200 Every dlvlafcm in the county had candidates in the class MichaelI J Markham President of Division 1 of Lowell Mass has been further honored by election as President of the Lowell Lodge ot Elks Boston Hibernians had a solemn mass of requiem celebrated for de ceased members of the order in Suffolk county at the Cathedral on WednesdayNothing for a long time has 4o impressed the Hibernians of Mlnne sota as the reception tendered the State and county officers by tbb juvenile auxiliary of St Paul The only Louisville division to meet next week will be Division 4 on Monday night The business will be interesting and Important and it would please President Hennessy to see a large attendance Despite the rains there was a good attendance at the meetings of Division 2 Wednesday night It is likely that in tho near future this division will have an initiation as quite a number of applications are promised BOOST BAZAR For New St Vincent de Paul Parochial School Everybody is expected to boost the bazar for St Vincent de Pauls new parochial school which will open Monday afternoon in thee school ball at Shelby and Oak streets and continue until May 2 For several weeks Rev Father Thome and the people of the parish have been hard at work arranging for this bazar and the programme is an interesting one It Includes afternoon and evening euchre and lotto games coffee socials suppers luncheons and numerous attractive booths Special nights have been set apart beginning Monday with the Knights of St John and fol lowed in order by the Catholic Knights of America Young Men St Johns Benevolent Society and Columbia Athletic Club St Vincent do Paul Society Hearts of Oak Club Contractors and Everybodys night Upon any of the nights there will bo a hearty Welcome for the Hibernians or Y M I who may attend There will be entertainments of various kinds and a pleasant time for all who spend a few hours at this bazar by which it is hoped to greatly aid Father Thome In his work for Catholic education COC WINN HOME Col M J Wlnn manager of tho Now Louisville Jockey Club arrived In Louisville on Wednesday after a long trip through tho South West and North He was as far south as tho city of Juarez Mexico as far west as the Pacific coast and as far north as Winnipeg British Colum bia As soon as he arrived in Louis ville ho went to Churchill Downs to inopect the Improvements in prog ress there Col Winn states that grentII Derby Jay REMEMBERED BY FRIENDS Friends of Capt Michael A Wall the popular Chief of Police of Jef fersonvlllo surprised him on Wednesday evening by presenting him with a solid gold watch charm On one side of the charm is a largo diamond His monogram is on the reverse side The gift was made in honor of Capt Walls fortyiflrst birthday BISHOP ODOXAGHUE IMPROVES The Right Rov Bishop ODonag hue who submitted to I delicate surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary this week is resting corn fortably and expects to be out within- the next tow days GOOD NEWS IrOn FRIENDS Word haa ben received in Now Albany of Improvement the condi tion of Mrs Andrew Connell Jr who has Keen critically ill at her home In Omaha It is now believed sne will recover Mrs OOonneU Is a former New Albany girland has Ettany friends there who hope fqr her- splioQTIntl permanent recovery UNIQUE PRIZES Prof Edward Morbach has bad framed the autographs ofthere andllJakethe two famous gladiators of the- ntitle arena tHURT BY FALL Mrs Isabella WalsH ooe of lJevr heelseontltHd dertrotsa by ti- r Special Sale of Boysi ConfirmationSuits 500 Fine All Wool Blue and Black Serges and Black Thibets throughoutCoats and reinforced Regular 7values 5Also Shoes Hats and Furnishings M S MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 West Market Thi Great Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR L KINSELLA Manager N ICEFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will besatisfactoryWe ice for all occasions and in any quan tity Both Phones 297 i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED I i N E Cor Pearl and Floyd Stre- etSOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday MurphyVice Tom jRecording rT Joseph E Farrell Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer rThomaa P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretaryiWIlliani T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J KeanoyTreasurerJanos Wels- hSergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mondays Ilnetoenth and Portlan- dPrcsldentDrColeman Vice President Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial Secretary J O Hes slonTreasurerD J Dougherty SorgeautatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION I 4r Moots Second iand Fourth Monday nortrand Hall Sixth Street PresldontJohn H Hennessy I Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly- SergeantatArms William Cal aghan 4- SentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford q PresldentlohnOColevice Recording Secretary Hugh Mc GrodyFInancial BecretaryrJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Col- lSergeantatArms Michael Gar rib Sentinel Thomas Oleason Marshal Mlohael Noon Y K I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentyabttb President Samuel L Robertson Vice PreafdeatsJoseph J Han- Cock AC Link F1D nQialfJecrtaryFG Mama Recording SecretaryR Oaborn- eCorrwpoadlnt SecretaryH Ker bergTreasurerW A Lin- kMarskalJ H jlBMhab Imldt IeatITslP Andriatt Ootelda tleaUldose Btawart v oilnrek7eaEKiazJ ported impwW and het HOOftr sow etlems r n aNMrj r tJ- 1 KNIGHT 8 OP EOLDMBES I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Cincinnati Knights have evolved plans for their central club house Leo Council will initiate a class of ninety candidates tomorrow at Boone Iowa April 1 the roster passed the quar ter million mark 250410 About onethird are Insurance members Columbus day Is now a holiday In twentyeight States Before ninny years it will be one in all the others The annual outing at Cedar Point Ohio from July 16 to 23 will be under the auspices of Loralne Council Of the twentyone firemen kllle In the Chicago stockyards disaster fourteen including Chief Horan were Knights of Columbus The Knights of Columbus Building Company capitalized at 60000 and to run thirty years has been incorporated at Grand Rapids Mid Indianapolis Knights will attend Pontifical vespers tomorrow at Sti Peter and Paul Cathedral when BlsUpp Chartrand will deliver the sermonEach council of tho Now York Chapter has been asked to contribute 20 to pay the expense of a probation officer to assist in cor rectional work in the archdiocese RECENT DEATHS Japes J TfoTsn a won known con traitor dlott at the family residence 1518 Batik street on Tuesday evening He is survived by his wife and several children Mr Nolan was 1 in his sixtythird yeV and was highly respected The funeral took place from St Patricks burch yesterday mornlng and was largely attended Jefferson Sutherland a well known resident or the West nd died at his home 830 South Eighteenth street on Wednesday morning He is survived by his wife Mrs Bernardino Sutherland rule deceased was fortyeight years old and was esteemed by his associates The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church yesterday morning News of the death of Catherine Llppy the sevcnteenyearold daughter of Dennis and Nellie Lippy which occurred Monday night at the family residence in Jacob addition was ashock to her friends and rela tlves and the deepest sympathy iIs felt for tho befeavod parents The funeral took place from Holy Name church Rev Father OConnor being the celebrant at the solemn mass ot requiem Roger OHearn who was born 1In Ireland sixtyeight years ago but came to this city while a young man and was widely known was suddenly called into eternity Sunday morning expiring soon after rising from his bed at his home 2742 West Main street Besides his wife and daugh ter one ulster and two brothers sur vivo him The funeral took place from St Charles church where many assembled to pay their last tribute of respect Paul M Flynn a well known young man of the East End died at the home of his sister Mrs J D Madigan 932 East Green street early Monday morning The de Ceased was only twentyfour years old and suffered from a complica tion of ailments Ho is survived by two sIsters Mrs J D Madigan and Miss Agnes Flynn and one brother Charles R Flynn The funeral which was largely attended took place from St Johns church on Wednesday morning Henry H Evers one of Louise vlllos most respected Catholl residents died Sunday morning at his residence on Twentyfirst street after an Illness of only a fow days duration He came to this country from Germany and had lived In Louisville for over fortythree years Surviving him are his wife and daughter Miss Henrietta Evers and one brother Henry Evors Treasurer of tho Falls City Brewing Company Tho funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Anthonys church and was very largely attended The funeral of Joseph Schupp who died on Saturday took place from the family residence 628 East Qray street on Tuesday afternoon Death resulted from erysipelas and pneumonia Mr Schupp was born in Louisville forty otfo years ago Ho had lived here all his life and was an active Democratic worker since he attained his majority For eight years he served AS a deputy under Tatter John R Ptlanz Few young moll In Louisville had more friends He is survived by his mother Mrs GatbrlneScbupp and five brothers Sorgt Gergo Schuiip Charles A Ferdinand Edward and Maurice Bchuflp INJURED WHILE ON DUTY- J H McAvoy a ladder an of the No 4 Hook and Ladder Company fell from the roof of the Hegan ilantel Company1on Wednesday morning and received injuries of a serious nature Mr McAvoy with blstJro company answered the alarm and while engaged in his duties became entangled in a line of hogo Before he t l1thp flames were under control No bones were broken in his fall but he watt badly bruised INDIAN FLOUTER DEAD John W Roche tbar oldest known survivor of the S mlholo war in Florida died at Oswego NY on Wednesday TRr Rodie was horn in- Ireland In 1821 H91mO to kBjertca as a boy and in 1839 enlisted n the United States array to Intend the whites against Wui 4 f4ftttofli of the Indians In ph4- saate 7eltr ha H lnd bury 19f iwliR grouses of theDadeaaaaMera Later etOk pant ihn bhe Btar et- OoaCeo 1Jjj a not eV enter of bha u FRANK FEtiR BREWIN Jf nCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOmSVILTII3 KZ 0URr SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKEQMANBREWING moOHPOKATKD L6uJ8VJLLEI IIT Comb Phone West 191 Home Phoa THJi i WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught 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NNORTH STAR REFRIQERITOR- The R Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation Till QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deal ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It rancr high la the wtimatioa of ttu public ui tttr-l X1III cHAIIPAOX AR A KOLB843 West Green St t- Lil11j oIM OMUUM H L D rs JyI DOUGHERTY CANNING COAL CO iNcbnroRATisp Best Grade Pittsburg and Jellico Coal OFFICE AND YARDS FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIAII Home Phone Parkland 27 ENTHUSED Hibernian State President Coming In Month of May Thero was much enthusiasm Mon day night at the meeting of Dlrisli 3 A O H when the rival green and gold contest teams present four more applications for mambo ship and the obligation was taken by Messrs Martin Kalahor Jphn Messlon Matthew Muldoon and James OBrien Incidentally Capt Thomas Qulu presented four emblems of the order to members of the teams who are swelling tbo ranks ot Division 3 President D J Coleman occupied the ohair and had read a letter from State Prei dent Donelly of Covington In Which be stated that he would illay an official visit to Louisville during the month of May It was the gen oral opinion that a reception TJeI tendered the State President by the division that meets while ho is her Only one member James Quinn was reported on the nick list The Literary Committee reported that arrangements had ben malle for entertainments at the Olobe Theater on May 3 and 17 for whtch there will bo special programme s The degree team announced ready for the visit to Division 1 and President Coleman urged all the members to accompany them Into eating addresses by exStato President Butler John Morris P T Sullivan and Sergeant John Malone brought the meeting to Its close I PLANS FOKMED For Big Euchre by Friend of Cedar Grove Academy A most enthusiastic gathering of the former pupils ana many friend of Cedar Grove Academy was beld last Sunday afternoon in the hall Jt the academy to arrange for the con ing entertainment to be given for the purpose of raising unds for in provements and changes in the academy Founded in 1846 Coda Grove may be pointed to as one of the landmarks of Louisville and during all these years she has stoo as one of the leading Catholic add catlonal institutions In the cite There ore many old pupils of tho academy In the city and many ot these may now have grandchlldrc who ate pupils In the same room where years ago they struggled over melr Caesar Just as these girls arc doing now During all these years a request for outside assistance has never beep made and from the ir forest and enthusiasm shown in the present undertaking It Is safe to predict that the coming entertain ment will be a great success It was decided to hold the enter tainmcnt on the afternoons and evenings of May 15 and 16 and 1In connection with the euchre there will be other games and a sale or handsome needle work much of which has been made by the Sisters At the meeting last Sunday Mrs Minnie Boscho was chosen Chair man and she has appointed several committees to take charge of tile different departments Among the ladles composing these committee are the following Mesdames Bar bara Rectenwald A Rectonwald A Ullrich Sophia Stoerr K Neale A Charlton M Quinn Misses Mar Conroy Flora Hubbuch Theresa Hubbuch Katherine Murphy Louis Uannon Lena Schwoebel Mar Howley Addle Dillon Celeste Trev lin Alice Butler Tillie Barr Irma Bpsche M Brnwlne Mary Zoorner Mary Alma Hughes Alice Webb Cleo Oharlton and E Event The pupils at present in attend ante and their friends who toil lend their aid toward making the affair a great success are Mlssei Grace Pflanz Wllhelmlna Ullrich Elizabeth Neale Esther Paine Flora Restenwald Addell Heffernau Ida May Schwind Rose Recteniwald Clara Rectenwald Marie Schioman Ruth Fisher Elvira Miller Frances Webb Marie Louise Michot and Oliva Sllberg Tbe following young men have promised to assist Messrs Adolph Rectenwald Otto Recton wald Lambert Sllberg Jameb Glee son Harry Gloeson Frank Higgins Bernard Sohleman Will Kelly Joseph Herrmann James Cunningham Firman Bosche Carl Fisher and Henry Rectenwald MOTHER GILLED HOME In the death of Mrs Fannie E ohmltt the parish ot St John loses one of Its most devout members Death came to her on Wednesday morning after an illness of more ban a year She Sore her allmente uttleatly and her only regret in jUUUng the world was that she was leaving her husband and children Previous to her marriage the de leased wag Miss Fannie Waltzing Her ausoand Frank Schanltti j and funeralitookthere the had been baptized made ber first communion anti was mar led on Friday morning CAPT POUTUMJ IIQNOttKU Csjtt Jamas Wj Fortune ot Jef er OHVllle has been elected one of three Indiana delegates to the National Commandery ofrthe Naval end Military Order of Spaolih IItpgriMn W1r Yw aioopL rot Kits lervei wlta kin present rank AUfftt tllti brief HlHtMMlUMM Of 1nl I ThelMan With Just 15 To Spend For a Suit of ClothesCan Get SomethingMighty LEvy S Third and MarketII The Bright Spot tn Louisville It 111t i r er A O I I I No more spells 3 From Yalesvllle Conn writes Mr J F McQovern Sept 8 1910 that his daughter 14 years old was so nervous she could not attend school The doctor treated her over 1 months but without success Then ha used Pastor KoenlBa Nerve Tonic and two bottles had the desired eRect SquareNowoenlgNervemuch and hela very well satlllOed wit the results Mrs A Thomas Winflcld N Y was troubled with dizziness and wealcness- forI three months few doses of Pastor Koenlgs Nerve zronlo relieved lien andI after taking one bottle she had no more attacks FREE 1bt1Jc A Valuable Book on Nor SamplebotUetlenta also set the medicine free I Rredy the REV FATHD K0E1l10 of Fo- rKOENIOMED since 1878 and now by the I CO Chicago III loa Lake Street Sold by Druggists n SI per BottU 6 for UI large 31M 17SI 6 Dottle tor S3 UASEBALL r Louisville to Crosses Bats With St Paul Team Today St Pauls aggregation of ban players will cross bats with the CO- lonels at Eclipse Park again this afternoon and will finish the series tomorrow Alter that Loiilsvillot team will be away until May 9 TheI St Paul team Is a strong one but the members are a little slow in getting their stride Local fans are showing their loy alty to the Colonels by attending the games regularly Old Jupiter Pluvious has Interfered several times and unfortunately neither keQpIhlmalso warmlng tip to the now players On evefy hand one hears that Len nox is the best third baseman Louis yule has had in years and that Hay den Is tho greatest rigliWlolder the club has oVer had The Colonels will play at Kansas City and Milwaukee next week and during the first week in May will perform In St Paul and Minneapolis FIRST HOLY COMMUNION A largo class of children will re c61ve first holy communion at St Josephs church on Low Sunday April 23 There will be morn than 150 In the class- AVENUE THEATER The LIon and the Mouse will be tits attraction at the Avenue Theater I all next week This modern drama InIterestLouisville before but It never falls to attract crowds Matinees are announced for Tuesday Thursday and Saturday MOTION PICTURES New and seasonable motion pie tree are promised for the Onpheum end Casino THeater during the com- Ing week All their pictures are lean wholesome amusing and In tructlve The management takes articular care of the comfort of atrons of both playhouses HOPKINS THBATEIt theII The management of Hopkins Tfce ater promises another high elaasl audevUta bill in obnHectlon with its roving pictures next Week All tile I ratMletllle features are lew and leyel and new fifras will be run- srer7 day Woks xevef ralslll to sot QtteroWdetlltrhsmat iHN T r= I rs a+ p j tr t Ir11I I Unity Council Maps Ou Work Par Coming- Season Unity Council Y M I of New Albany one of the most progresslv Catholic bodies in Indiana has take stops in the direction of tho erection of an addition to the club house at 805 East Main street at a cost of 1000 With a view of aiding iIn raising funds for the proposed structure the FIve Thousand Dollar Con mlttce has arranged to give a Juno fete at the club house June 15 16 and 17 which will be an olaborat affair The council has also engage Glenwood Park for Its Labor day picnic the proceeds from which wUl go to the building fund Tomorrow Unity Council will celebrate Us sixteenth anniversary Tho anniversary of the council comes Qn April 26 but Sunday has been sot apart as Y M I day when the event will be celebrated A featur of tho observance iwlll be the Inltlc tlon of a largo class A large number of notables in tho Tt M I Work from Louisville and different parts of Indiana are expected to be pret ent Among the number arc Robe T Burke Supreme Vice President C A Slinger Supreme Secretary Maurice J Scanlon Chairman of the Board of Supreme Directors Coi nouns J Lanahan Grand Presides and Joseph C Schreiner Grand Sec rotaryAt 730 oclock tomorrow mornln tho members of the council will attend services at Holy Trinity church after which open house will be kep af the club house until 2 oclock iIn the afternoon when the inltlatioi will fro held At 730 at night serv Ices will be held at Holy Trinity church and the Rev Father Kalahoi of Louisville will deliver tho sermon SILVER JUBILEE Friends of Father Thorm Rallied In His Honor Tho programme arranged for th jubilee of Father A J Thome was carried out exactly as planned On Easter Sunday evening he foceive the congratulations of his adult par Ishioners and on the morning fol- lowingl ho heard the childish greet ings or the chflflreTl Tuesday was the real anniversary of Fathe Thomes brolhatloh and the clerg of tho diocese were out In force tto make it a success After the mass the Rev Father Ruff delivered a sermon that made a deep impression on all who heard him Ho told in epitome tho life story of Father Thome He praised but did not flatter the Jubllarlan The good wishes of so many friends have given new life to Father Thome Ho believes he car finish his new parochial school with the aid of his old and now friends THEY LOSE Ancient Order Seceders Given a Decisive Setback Tire attempt of the Board of Erin with headquarters In Great Britain to obtain control of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of America received a setback at Philadelphia on Monday when Judge Ferguson handed dawn a decision in the Court of Common Pleas upholding the claims ot the minority members in Division No3 Two years ago sixtyfive members it the division decided tosever their connection with the Ancient Drdor of Hibernians and unite vlth tho Board ot Erin Seventeen members objected and brought a- bill in equity against the majority isklng for an accounting of tho funds and other property The court sold that while the secodors area majority of the division they are sat a majority of tho whole order and will have to account to the minority for the fundswhich It Is alleged they have sequestered Thus ends a peurllo attempt upon the art of a few mete to bring factlon m into the greatest Catholic na Utonal organization the world has ever known LOW SUNDAY Tomorrow is known among Eng l1sb speaking Catholics as Low unday To the Germans It Is known as Whlt Sunday The name Low Sunday emphasizes the con tract between the great Easter sol unity and the Sunday which ends tbe octave The name given the day In the missal and breviary Is Dominica in Albls because then the BWly ibaptlzed wear their white gar mon s for the last time- LIMERICKS BAZAR Arrangements for the bazar in aid of St Louis Bertrahd church are ogreeeing rapidly The bazar wt1- 1bebeldi at St Louis Bertrand Hall om May li to Sir The com lntloR books are being rapidly dli Jlo aed of Among the new donations toi Father Clark for the bazar are a iamond ring worth PiO and a nanonths course and a flve month oouNe in buslaees colleges Tit eommtiteea are meeting bwioe Jid Uftrieea week The people at- I4ateflq1l will eattflt balr ftd ada all 8Yred NM oltyte kelps5akptlue fcizar 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