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I c t j t 1 7 fJttrf r t if E XXVINO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 6 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS OTIONS her pi God Occupy fut Souls in May ary Procession at ills iSortrdml Lu arrow by Vjirgin Mother Is Most Highly lonorcd ND PRAYER DUE ill bo the first Sunday lonth set aside by the svotlons to Mary tho Quito often tho May opened a day or per boforo May 1 unless if the month taBs on i was tho case this Cathedral St Johns St Marya St Mar atrleks tho opening evotlond began with t Sunday night Little idles and boys appro narched In Processions of Our Lady sang listed at the crowning of the Queen of May a IrfAilsviUe is the more revered than In it Louis Bertrand tho he Holy Npmo Society nd Mary are always a At 3 oclock to oon tho annual May bo hold at St Louis h and mproL than 100- ako partfAt proper ifton banners of the j dlsplayejd the blue 10 Joyftilj the red tho the Whit tho glorious 3 Very Rev Father J reach ft sermon appro occaslon After the the Rosary ot the benertlctlon of tho IlayI ss at St Louis BorlI ince Monday There is by Instructions every 10 ovenlng the reclta sary is followed by a J IJicaI May devotions the devotions since Monday lone but all ry the Virgin ed during this countries there to her shrine in procession n the wake of are sung in her ire offered her ido for us with ecent writer de tied queen of tho day of her t day the glor 1 the heavens at the right of the queen of xcels saints and dignity She is use all who are minion of God lary Continue los one of her mtinue to govern what belongs to dam a revolution soul of man the jled and the will ovll1 Reason lost the germof IhoJ I IsI ness In heaven r the cpemles who destruction Un IJ Who hall de body of this death ptatlons which as moment and to slaves to the law ace of God by ord and the most 7111 be our dolly Is our great advo verer from tempta of our life is short tor this life our hes and our lire lie trace of a cloud other wo should her reverence her md should specially ling month of May id to her honor and grace O Mary blest Wtj sweetlfount of love j u I I tthrough life and take Mj1 10e1r iboBom when we die SULLIVAN j osumnn AukiLe- Metot and tOMldered bachelors took nil prise on Wednesday II a Benedict and cbn ectlons and worldly ary E Seng The ebrated at St Lonls in the earl morn py WM performed t Hugh OSnlliran aIM celebrated He was assisted f the groom the llvan of May I field and by the Rev Father J R Clark pastor of St Louis Bertrand church After tho ceremony Mr and Mrs OSulllvan departed for the East on a bridal trip The bride is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs 11 H Song Both are well known in Louisville musical circles Their friends hope that their matrimonial venture will beone long sweet symphony NICE AWARDS St1 Bazar For Benefit of Vincent de Paula Success The bazar held for the purpose o- Cralslngtunds for St Vincent de Pauls church was a great success A partial list of przo awards is as follows IFlvo dollars In gold John P Buchhclt 5 In gold George Schlaug ton of coal R Miller parlor clock II J Brumleve half bar rol of flour U J Schoenbacchlcr ham Mrs F FeraL wall paper Mrs L Ostertag vase of Poarl of Nelson whiskey Fred Speler mahogany rocker Mrs T SChr ckor gold rosary Joseph Dachor sideboard George Mayer two fancy chairs Mrs George Krlppenstappol gold back comb ITenry Desselkamp kitchen cabinet Mrs Penkhues cut glass bowl Edith Schadlck twontyflvo pounds of sugar Elsie T Tangier harness Salllc Rlngswald pair of shoes H Hutmacher ton of coal D C Koenlg ton of coal npas lick Battejiborg table cover Jacob Hutor silver knives forks and spoons Sirs J G TraHtman large portrait of Father Thomo Rev R C Huf keg of beer Mrs ME Brum leve bedspread ulrs M Span nlngor medicine cabinet Mrs E FIsher portra of Pope Plus X John S Schrecker cabinet photo graphs Miss Nettle Gehrig wall pa per Mrs J Neff toh of coal J J Soiberz extension table Miss Katie Paul rug Mrs A Schweitors gold I rosary Rev James Assent rug HJ Brumlovo Morris chair Mrs K Bodner pattefu for a pair of trousers Mrs Spannlnger one goat Edward Brueggoman Jr pen of Leghorn chickens Mrs F Bruch table cover Henry Walter table cover Miss Sophia Mueller big doll I Anthony Guenther I ORPHANS DAY If Weather Is Propltitous Pete Will Attract Crowds The annual fete for the children Of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will take place tomorrow afternoon at St Bonifaces church The children will ibo brought from tho asylum at Crescent 11111 In vans At St Jo sephs church the orphans will be met by tBe several commandorles of the Knights ot St John and the Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights of America Headed by a squadron of mounted police and a brass band the orphans and their escorts will proceed west on Wash ington street to Shelby south to Broadway west to Jackson north to Green and thence into St Boniface I church I I Members ot St Josephs Orphans i Society will form in open ranks on Jackson street while the procession passes through The Franciscan Fathom will sing solemn vespers After vespers a sermon will be preached Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and tho singing of the Te Deum wit conclude the religious exefcises The orphans and their escorts will then be conducted 1 where1aSeveral addresses will be made after the feast THETA CLUB Gave Enjoyable Dance for Members and Friends The Them Club gave an enjoyable Invitation dance and reception to Its members and their rlends at Kings T Hall on Wednesday eevnlng May 3 The committee in charge was made up of W H Duane James J Gleeson JesseADol1I I Arthur L Hoerter William P ID8rryI Martin E Ridge and DiB Schiemanjj Jr Messrs and Mesdames Ben I OhUgSChllagerThe Theta Club Is composed of members ot the graduating class of J St XvlersCoflege 1910 Itla the only club of the kind that bJw main tained an organisation for a year IHBHRNIAN 8BNTIMBNT The Ancient Order 0tIttb rn4ans of Ottawa has decided wHh the p1 probation of Hi Grass the Arek btebop to run a moAater excurMpa to Groste Isle abutthe second week ot next Atigaet The euggestlon 1 I dine from June R 0an National j President of the A OHi tb8OC7 CMton fa vIsIt there last fall It I altrrmigrinti will not be forgotten but will bebptaUtokea ID the Kert of thr eountryiaeB like enttoents of Christian ftpb and awhlcbcliff at Crease Isle was thjBfttid two yeaw at 0 and in due iQ Wte mess ure to toe atalMftt0 iMlWiMr of Ottaws flb rnIL SORROW II Uurclenu the Hearts ot the People ot St WllllnmH Parish ICev Anther Murplijs Death CanieAlterflronUisolI Illness Well Beloved Pastor Mourned Throughout the Entire Diocese SOLEMH REQUIEM CEREMONIES The Rev Father Denis J Murphy one of the best beloved pastors in Sts1AlarySaturday atfernoon lIe bad been 111 for three years and suffered from a complication of ailments When tho word was flashed over the city that Father Murphy was dead there I was profound sorrow and on Sun day morning prayers were offered for the repose of his soul in every parish church In Father Murphys church St Williams the sorrow I was most profound He built the church He had ministered to the I people In sickness and death HoII hOthadI of them he had married He had christened their children He had burled their dead To them Father Murphy was a veritable soggarth I aroon and his memory will long bo kept green In the hearts of tho people of St Williams Requiem services were held at St Williams church on Tuesday morning At 9 oclock the office ofII tho dead was chanted and every i priest in the diocese who was not confined by other duties was pres ent in tho sanctuary The solemn requiem mass began at 930 oclock with the Very Rov James P Cronln V G as celebrant Rev Father Sesundo OMensa deacon Rov Father C R Ruff subdeacqh and Rev Father Daniel J Gallagher master of ceremonies St Williams choir was assisted by St Mary Magdalens choir in rendering tho music of the mass The casket containing the remains was brought into tho church on Sunday afternoon and placed at the foot of tho sanctuary The parish loners formed a guard of honor and the remains were never r4ono until placed in the grave Day and night throngs of people from every part of the city visited St Williams while the remains lay iu state There were tears as well as prayers for Father Murphy Tho church could not hold all those who sought admittance on Tuesday morning The Very Rev Father Cronin who celebrated the mass also preached the sermon and paid a fitting tribute to the memory of the deceased priestA long line of carriages bore the priests and sorrowing parishioners to St Louis cemetery where all that is mortal of Father Murphy was laid at rest In the beautiful lot set aside for the priests of tho diocese The pallbearers were chosen from St Williams parish and were Con J Ford John Keaney Joseph Lynch Rodney Hall Michael Maloney Will Sam Leach George Vonslck and Thomas Thompsonwest Father Murphy was born In Dos earsagoIand received hs early education evincedIpursued his theological studies at St Bernards Seminary at Rochester N YHe was ordained there In 1898 and Immediately carte to theII Loulsvi11e diocese Father Murphy I was at once assigned to St Johns parish where he was assistant to the t tbeendlofSt Mary Magdalens which was then known as the Bishops chapel There he remained for two years MCCloskeyIchrgcdhlm I newJarIsh andIIstately handsome and magnetic At j WOfkLupon bandIsome Church of St William will long AsIto his flock as a man he entered enter11prll by men of every faith He also buIU a rectory suitable for his re QUlr ments and a parochial school The school was the object of his con yearsrllle1deitbt Itwas only a few hours be fore the end that he consented to go to the hospital Father Murphy ilit iurylved by ithrM1f1lt8111 and fourbrotbera all residing Boston There Is none In the community of Lou1evtllewho- wilt not vouchsafe the prayer May hIs soulyOst In peace iTOR OII The TJnleWftty of Louff ue bar enter Jfe MOW of Bwfc k r Lava oi a AltwrWT Kdirasft ofJJ heretTr of jb DetectH mtottt llr Kaetoy Neefted the lame degree teem tbe lefImJ6aJ School of IAVT in 1909 Ho also studied law at Georgetown University District qt Columbia and at WashIngton private secretary to Hon Swagar Shorley at Washington Mr Mackey Is ambit oite energetic and thinglike mnnber tho Knights ot Cplhmbus Besides being Secretary 4f the Detective de partment he Is abaociated with his brother Lawrcncftr the pracUce oti law under the fIn name of Mackoy Mackey J HEAR ALTIIEA 11 Ceclllan Choral Club Will Give New Opera In fine Style All is In readiness for the opening performance of Althea by the niacauloysTheater allI1ln every detail is promised If you would be thrilled by Miss Louise Forsts beautiful soprano voice fascinated with the charming vlva cioushess of Miss Adelaide Hoertz amused by the antics of Inimitable John Flynn soothed with the sweet ness of Thomas C Barrs tenor and stirred by the stago vlllany and clear basso profundo of Dave Maloney and William Imorde If you would have all of this and more then by all means see Althea The entire proceeds will bo for the con vention fund of the Catholic Federated Societies Included in the cast also are Misses Mao Pllson Marie Speckert and Messrs Thomas S Evans D J Gleeson J T Flynn Edward Wolfe J M Hund and Ray Flanagan The personnel of the chorus tollow- sSopranosllary LBax Edna IL Bocswald Helen Brands Nettle Brussleback Loretto Burke Mary Butler Mary Corcoran Mary Dc Coursey Elizabeth Diehl Margaret Evans Mary Eborhart Gertrude FinneganFitzgibbonsHelen Gathof Irene liesslon Mar garet Hesslon Margaret Lehan Nell Mooney Mae Pllson Sarah Palmer Margie Rellhan Margaret Ryan Sue Ryan Madeline Schloicher Eliz abeth Shea Lorene Weldemor Marie Speck rt Grace Williams Loretto Wolfe and Mario Zimmer man I Altos Katherlne I Boeswald Eu phmIa BrwwloWiilfcr fary Glines Mao Kalaher Mary Palmer KathIanne Smith and Julia Wl Tenors Carroll Bigley J B Blanford Harry Clark J A DeLeull11J Thornton Flynn per Emmet Hanrahan John Hanra I han H L Hanrahan Joseph Kelly William P Kelly R H Mcintyre Barry J Meehan J M Talbot and Edward Wplf- oBassosJ I S Bolling Paul E Boiling A Buckley M Roger I Dougherty James G Carnachan Sylvester J Ford D J Gloeson HundiJnedy Daniel W Lawler James T Shaughnessy J Louis Walsh and Ray Flanagan I OLD TIME FAIR St Louis BertrandPeople- Get Busy In Real Caanest The people of St Louis Bertrand parish will give a bazar in Bertrand Hall Sixth street between Oalc and St Cathrlno iboglnning Monday May 15 and continuing all week It wlll be in the nature of an old fashioned Dominican fair where everybody knew his neighbor and when the Tipperary mQnand the11 Mayo man the Dublin man and the man from Kerry got together and swapped yarns That used to happen In Limerick at the fairs for tho Dominican church years ago It will happen again thte month but there will be the Improvements of the day in addition The Irish Germans Americans and all will meet to do their very best In honor of the followers of St Dominic I The Very ReYt Father J R Clark 01 is Chairman of the General Committee John JSeore Is the Vice Chairman The people expect big results from what Joe Overberg calls the Floradora Quintette It Is PhenIJWagner and A H Bush some of hefloorotherslthedora Andy Kast will help run the wheel AIDING CBDAK GROVB Friends of Cedar Grove Academy have arranged a big euchre for the 151and15Dldwill be other a uueeaiBtii and a sale of fancy needlework The exercises will be eondHcted wt ft Marys Hal eighth and Grayson streets Mrs Minnie Boache IB the general Chair manS will be wwlstftd by Mes dwoiM Barbwr Jtectonwald A RAOtenwaldi A UllHch Sophia Btoirr JCN ale A Charlton M Quran MiHecHry Conroyi Flom Hnbbaoh Theresa RoMrach Kath rSM MUPPtLoutlt Bwnnon Lena bwoWt IT8ler Addle DflIoa cieIestTTIb AItee Butler Tulle Burr loan Bowfce K Bra wini K T7 SMniflr gary Alma uOL A WM Oit OtarMon eta B i BLESSING Cornerstone ot New St Angus tines Church Last Sunday Afternoon Archbishop Spaldlng Was Cen tral Figure But Silent Spectator Imposing Ceremonies Attended the Rite and Blaiiy Were Witnesses BRIEF SKEfCH OF THE CHURCH c The cornerstone of the new St Augustines church on Broadway II allthoatternoonThe ment until a few minutes before 3 oclock the hour sot for the cere andthooriginally arranged with the excep I BishopODonaghue I I attend Between 1200 and 1500 ii witnesstheInterestedboth I mony and because of the presence ofIi Archbishop John Lancaster Spald t loadingoftheRevFather blessIngabriefI regrettedthatsent his blessing to all who were presentShortly before 3 oclock the pro cession formed in front of the present nearFourteenth Followlngthe StAnthonyof Mackin Council Y M I who Archbishop cscortlngIFathorsfatrlckas assistants More than a score of clergy followed in the wake of the automobile containing the Arch bishop The Rev Father Francis Felten pastor of St Augustines officiated at the ceremonies iwhllo the Rev Father Patrick Monaghan was cross GeorgeWwore the cantors and Rov Father 0 P Ackermann was master of ceremonies Assisting Father Folten were Rev Fathers James Assent and John Pfeiffer On arriving at the site of the new church the procession of clergymen and acolytes wended Its way toward a wooden cross erected to indicate the place where the main altar is to be erected After this had been blessed by Father Felten the procession t returned to the front of the church chanting the Litany of the Saints After the recital of tho proper prayers Father Felten took an iron box containing matter that will make rare food for antiquarians In years to come and placed It beneath I tho cornerstone The box con I tamed copies of tho current dally papers of tho Record and of the Kentucky Irish American and sample coins of tho present day with data concerning tho history of St Augustines parish The corner stone was fitted into place and sealed by Father Felten Then stepping forward on the platform arangcd for tbo purpose Father Felten delivered a brief ad dress in which he described the meaning of the ceremonies that had been performed and explained what the church taught through those rites In conclusion he thanked Archbishop Spalding the other mom bers of the clergy and the laity for their attendance He also read a message from Bishop ODonaghuo regretting his Illness and bestowing his blessing on the new church Archbishop SpaldIng took no part in the exercises but witnessed the ceremonies from a seat In the auto wltllheslnglngThe procession then turned west on Broadway and proceeded to Father Feltens recto YThe members of Mackin Council and Knights ofSt Anthony opened ranks and allowed the clergy to pass through Father Felten was host at a banquet to the visiting priests but Arch bishop Spalding returned tohla rStr edificeIIhItthetprntI t81I1lItoe dloeeeVoC LouvlHe Itywaii at the suggestion of Iris uncle tfit Fithor Spalding built the first Church of8f qiUlUaex Is bared and worked amon tke colored people there until he left the diocese Mr a wttw fteM the1pcLfWHM VM tifttatd there twelve years ago In point of service pastorlongerAugustines It is hoped to have tho new church rectory and parochial occupancYbeforei SWEET CHARITY Will Receive Part of Pro ceeds rrom The Campus Mackin Council has decided to appropriate a part of tho proceeds of Tho Campus Its coming pro duction for the benefit of the Cath olic Womans Club Mackin realizes tho good work being accomplished by that worthy organization and to encourage the ladles who have worked so untiringly has set aside openIng Catholic Womans Club night Rehearsals are progressing in a satisfactory manner and indications are that the company will reach pro flciency If not perfection by the time the initial performance Is given prizefightClines the college champion defeats a topnotch professional for a large purse Tho plot of the play winds about this Scone and tho management will maRe it the most realistic and strongest scene of tho production All the necessary attributes such tlmekcoporsigiving to those who have never wit nesled a prize fLrht the opportunity to see what It s like The Mary Anderson Thostor has been engaged for the production Tho per formances TIH be given on the even ings of Wednesday Thursday and Friday May 24 25 and 26 and at a matlnce on tho afternoon of Satur day May 27 IVOMANS WAY Chicago SchoolMistress Puts Art Before Irish Politics Miss Ellen Fitzgerald an In structor In English at the Chicago Normal School was the principal speaker at the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago last Saturday after noon From her standpoint the revival of art In Ireland means more than homo rule fil1J sail junQng other thngs Art is the highest expression of a nation See what has been done for Ireland since attention has been turned to literature instead of pol itics Too much time has been de voted to discussion of the poverty of Ireland We must forget for a time at least the famine and the exile Lot us picture some of Irelands beauties in art Art binds people together It makes their brother hood The intellectual side to lit eraturo has accomplished wonders Iu settling the differences between the people of the south of Ireland and those of the north Ireland is unique in the history of the nations In that she has lost power through no fault of her own And she mus get it back again ST MICHAELS People Will Have BIg Time Over May day Feast The services at St Michaels church 220 Brook street will be more than ordinarily impressive to morrow on account of tho formal opening of the May devotions Masses will be celebrated at 730 oclock and at 10 oclock An aug mented choir will sing the music at the late mass The sermon will bo preached by the Rev Father Damian Leone pastor of the Church ot the Blessed Virgin of Pornpel Mil waukee Wls- Father Leone Is a brother of Councilman Mike Leone and of Meme Leone well known in local Democratic political circles Father Leone is pastor of an Italian congregation and his serinon tomorrow will be in the Italian language He has the reputation of being an eloquent pulpit orator rho evening services will begin at 730 oclock The children will open the ceremonies with a Mayday procession This will be followed by a sermon by the pastor Rev Father Martin OConnor Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will conclude the exercises CARDINAL AS GUEST CArdinal Gibbons was the guest theICathWednesday evening Among the other gueste were Archbishop Far ley Bishops Cusack McDonnell and Mundetelh The receptkn was In bo or ot Cardinal Gibbons fiftieth rIIce1In June i FATHER RAFFO IMTKOVJOg The Her TutJwr Charles P Raffo BUtIlthe put fortnight baa been much benefited by hto ntt and quiet Bti physicians hope that ho will be aWt to toMjer the hOspital at a very eatly flaw IleuwllIIe work OB the new Chunk ot St CtarlM B rram o ts being Puhd I POLITICS In Old Kentucky Simmering But Boiling Is Yet to Come Judge Addams Is Giving Mc- Creary Follow nT Qnkto at Scare Juhlor Order and A P As Combine to Secure Cer tain Ofllco REMEMBER HIE ATIS RECORD I April showers follqwed by May days have enlivened the political situation In Kentucky Louisville is the hotbed this week and the bees honoyfromJust now Judge Edward C ORear appears to be the marigold over which the editor of the Louisville Evening Post is hovering The editor of the Post will not permit any other man to champion ORears cause Still there are many reasons to believe that Judge ORear will be the Republican nominee Ho has all proscrlptlve iotheri a Kentucky Republican i From present Indications Gov Wlllson and Senator Bradley neither of whom are narrowminded politicians wilt not engage in any midsummer nightmare speeches to JudleORoarbeaten in the primary look out for a slump from the Post The editor will try to climb back Into the Demo cratic band wagon and will be satis fled with a seat on the tall gate In Democratic circles Judge Will lam Addams of Cynthlana IB makI lag surprIsing strides as a candidate for tho Gubernatorial nomination Judge Addams has been in and around Louisville for the past ten days and has made a good Im iHei neither is he declaring for fads and fancies His candidacy has thrown IMcCreary1Beckhur matter whom the Democrats nomin ate they ought to win easily if the Republicans choose Judge ORear as their leader The voters of Ken tucky will not dfand for any man whose platform Is no broader than the few planks that caused the burning of witches at Salem or the burning of warehouses at Hopkins yule I Now to get nearer homethe local branches of tho Junior Order of American Mechanics are pulling for one of their set to bo appointed as head janitor of the Louisville schools The A P As and other members of tho Junior Order and followers of the Louisville Evening Post elected the present Schcol Com mission last November That body named one Hleatt nshead Janitor Hteatt did not have time to warm his official seat before he was ar rested on the charge of disorderly conduct on a warrant sworn out by his wife At the same time a young female person who proved to be tho stenographer for Dr Weaver a member of tho School Commission was arrested Both arrests were made at the instance of Hieatts wife He was a Junior Order man Now comes the Junior Order with another scintillating light in the per son of John A Molver Who seeks to succeed Hleatt Mclver Is Secretary of Banner Council Junior Order Until recently he was floorwalker at J Bacon Sons Mclver Is making his record as a Junior Order man His name was appended to a letter thanking members of the Junior Or der for iwork donoat4he last election Look out for the election of Mclver unless a stronger A P A candidate appears WORDS OF WISDOM t Father Vaughan had some very trenchant things to say recently on race suicide He warned his Catholic listeners not to try tor dodge nature or cheat God He again held up the poor as an example to the wealthy and Tashiohabta crowd who hung upon his wqfdd He told of a parish in the East End very dear to him where there are nve hundred families and some 2100 chJldrenttt8l brightest happiest lot It U possible to meet But for the poor thisI sin n Of England would hmo ipptfiWt than it is He said the time woe drawing near when England could not face her God Ir she met lIhjtion the way The true wealth of a nation IIB in her children What is the good of a whole flsatoiDreidnouithU if there are no growing men to serve on them The voice of his pouatrj might yet the heard In Rant weeping 0 and lamenting because her Children were not Thee were the Jmprptilye words with which Father y ukban left the pulpit rJ1 80HOOC COR1 B TONH woUlalparish jwilljba blessed on t ifter Ony May Uj Wr pa tot J Thorns will be pk all hit friends fr the city present o IJ- I r KENTUOKY IRISH AlMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH mmmr devotedto the Social and Moral Adytnccme etet Irish Anerkus and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Dnttrtd at the Loalivlll Poitofflc al SecoadCU nett- lddress IICo iBBsle tloss U the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Dregs St TRADES =COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 6 1911 LOOSE CHANGE The power of Ibose change as lerts the Rochester Citizen Is not tully realized in America TI nlckl sand dimes give the chief support to tho churches of the n tion The magnificent contribution of the millionaire dwindles to the proportion of the widows mite when compared iwlth the great total It is the loose change carried up to tbo attar rail which meets the mortgage pays tho pastors salary and sends missionaries to tho four corners of the earth Go through the books of tho big charitable Institutions and you will find how dependent they aro on the small givers on loose change The millionaire philanthropists of t nation would be appalled at their responsibility if the support of tbo i givers was withdrawn from tho charitable institutions Closo tol 14000000 a year in nickles tlo Into the cotters of the local stye railway company and creates a business to attract a Morgan or a Vanderbilt In the end it is the forithI acres of golden grain It Is the tooseii change which keeps the wheels go- Ing and tho world moving ABLY ANSWERED The International Catholic Truth Society in Us most recent lesfl publishes tho answer of Adolph LUlke a noted German writer to the question Why do Catholic governments porsecuto the church If ills answer Is well worth readingi Ho says Catholic governments do not I persecute tho church Governments of Catholic countries do but such governments can not be called Catholic Franca Is a Catholic nation but tho Government of tho French republic is infidel Cathol governments jp alled have always been very docile when tho churc had anything to give when it ceased to give or when their particular interests clashed with Its gener interests they protested resistedI rebelled pertinaceously as any Mohammedan power The State Protestant or Catholic represents tho world Is ruled by Worldly menI according to the maxims of worldly wisdom and therefore not accordla to tho wisdom or rule of the churc- To expect from any government 1 our age a disinterested and conjI tlnuous obedlenco to tho spiritual I order is to expect what never has been and from the nature o governments can hardly ever be No families in Europe owed more to tho church than tho houses of Bourbon and of Hapsburg andof none others Woro so aystomntfcal- lungrateful I Louis XH of Franco and his contemporary Maximilian I of Austria after being admonished I and reproved by Leo X became Jl enemies of the church Nor was thl J political hostility confined to I i 1 monarchies Venice and the Hanco Towns which owed everything 3uring their Infancy to the Hob See denied everything to it in their maturity They could not serve i God and Mammon As Dr Arnold reIgardednjenI buyers and sellers considered other points ail comparatively unimportant i and in order to win customers would readily sacrifice the purity of morals or religious institutions I was In the trading towns that the Reformation mado most progress and It was to a great extent th work of the bourgeotee In every age politicians says Herr Lubko f j concluding who have obeyed tho impulses ot pride and selfishness i hale waged war on tho church Ands U Is always and everywhere Wea need not be surprised therefore to Isee the Infidel rulers of France and Portugal persecuting priests and Suns and others who refuse to bend the knee to their worldly idolsm SOCIAL SERVICE Social Servlee a magazine de voted to religion demoiracy and n tttilbritesil has Made 7 Its appearance lle on otir xelMint table ItSIpublication devoted to interests ofw the Militia o t Christ an Aawclatlea of of Catholic workln meB itoN engaged In combating the evils ot bciaUsm IfitI iltf by fj Rfiv Father Peter JB Diets t pberaOhio The fiat Uu order and an education M It dint abe that- Retormatlou e clII his S1 Reconstruction Catholic and American Social Culture and other topics of current interest ft is a everyl1eho laborer mechanic or professional mans I JilTS THE NAIL Tho Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo hands out the word with tho bark on it always but this is from the latest edition P1ttsburgiDosare largo American cities now presided over by Mayors who profess tho Catholic faith But if these officials do no morn than profess then their administration will be CathoUcIeMayor should prove himself to bo a thorough law enforceran uncompromising foe of all the lowdown schemes of the grafting politician toeTRUTH IN TillS Tho editor of tho Washington Post speaks truthfully when ho says Tho young misses are often more Intent upon displaying a superior taste for applied millinery than upon demonstrating what schooling has done for their mental processes This tendency to over dress begets a rivalry that sorely taxes the resources of modest homes tand which can have no compensatory advantages Monday Tuesday and Wednesday May 22 23 and 24 will be Rogation days days which the Catholic church sets aside to ask a blessing on fields and crops Thursday May 25w1ll be Ascension day On that dry tho church commemorates the ascension of our Lord and Saviour Into heaven IeSILENr SERMON hhChurch in Heart of New York Where Busy Men PrayIPerhaps there is no place In New York City where the faithful exercise the elllcaclous ministry of good ex I ample more powerfully than at noonII I tDarcll1Yg 1hW ind 1 hundreds of men and women n moII I to Chrlct ever present on the alts for the living and he dead An i desfqare may seen eomo of tho faces that look to Christ I Upon others suffering lies left Us impress Age has stiffened the limbs not a few in that silent multi kneeyi prosiI porous brothers Young men neatly i dressed as well as maidens fair bo observed In the throng mlaglln- with those of maturer years t3om longersa are telling oads honor of Mary who gave uo Jesus The Way of tho Cross that com pendium of tho Redeemers love for hyy gamest souls In that noonday congregation many maybe noticed reading their t prayers from wellworn favoriteIIII I reties Whatever form of piety oc cupies the thoughts of that busy workaday crowd of men and jj women there is one common purIpose sill have In view and that is to profess publicly their belief In Jesus Christ In the Eucharist to acknowl thtsayings This 1Is t my body this is my blood j eNEAR YOUR UADOB thenperson sorao distinguishing Catholic llInI lllI a avenue jI elevated in New York met with an When he was beDg examined a Catholic standing by noted that the anworea scapular and hurrledfor a priest Death occurred Within half an hour of the accident butthe prl arrived in tlmetoftd i inister the last ritef of th church w acaiulsrlbefni poMlble Top many persons are caputarSoltleUmget to put t1i fpgRln or when it torn tfcey rwglectl to replace S- thrteredfately Catholics should a1 ale carp withI tkwn Kottie ejablem1 tUair yolqfth I t OLOSK TO DKATH IU d chapbrvmifvi Barret1rAatlMMVi IoslrlMd 1Ie WM anoint 60jholdllNfjSedr rower i SOCIETY tames Sower has been visiting his parents at Frankfort Miss Anna May Kolb has returned from a visit to friends at Middle town Miss Alice Brady of Covington Is Bcpndlng the week with friends In Clifton Mr and Mrs J T Mahoney have returned from Tampa Fla where they spent the winter Mrs Mayme Barrett has returned from Rolllngton whero she was tho guest of the Misses Foley Mrs Nellie Cochran has gone to Paducah to spend the summer OB the guest of her son William Coch ranMiss Clara H McGhoo and Miss I Elisabeth Brower left this week for New York and Will sail for Europe next Wednesday Mr and Mrs Oscar tf Baker have returned from a bridal trip to St Louts and aro at home to their friends on Rapier avenue J H Gorman and wife of St Louis have been spending tho week in New Albany as the guests of Mrs James OHara 140 West Main street Col James L Hackett and his son Lawrence Hackett have gone to Los Angeles Cal to spend several weeks They will combine business with pleasure on the trip Mrs Sue C F l1Iotls visiting her soninlaw W II Newman Mrs Elliott makes her homo at Bards town She Is eightyseven years old but enjoys the best of health Mr and Mrs Lamar Herndon have announced tho approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Addle Estelle Herndon to Milton Hall The wedding will be sol omnzed in June I IMls8 Annie Flaherty and John ANSLORgTrADURlm Who Appear Opera Riley well known people of South Louisville were united In marriage a Holy Name church on Wednesday morning The Rev Father John T OConnor performed the ceremony I Mr and Mrs Harry Lally are re anotherdfor Harry The babies are notl eligible for places on the Portland team but thoy are mascottea all rightMiss I l AntsiSt Francis of Assisi church Bards town road on Wednesday morning Tho ceremony was performed by th wetoI onf the season was that which Charles H Buddeko and Miss Kathryn Mazronl man and wife last coremonY1wasI lI 81s1Iter 1 Schildt Julius Raiterman of Cin ThejEverln Joseph Franz and Herman Schildt After breakfast at tho home of the brides parents Mr and youngetripthroughI ST PHILIP lEnIS A class of forty lght children ranging in ego from six to eleven years will make their first corn at the 7 oclock mass at StPhilip Nerls church tomorrow morn ing The majority of the children who are to receive the sacred host sevenandI that the entire congregation will receive holy communion at the same mass The Br Dr O P Acker andilloclock InI the afternoon there willy be solemn vespers benedloUqn and I blwwing of the children I o NW RILL The sew bell for lit Anns ehur Seventh and avenues Svlll I UMod with solemn oermeajos at eeloek tomorrow afterBofp In he event that BUhop ODoiM Jiue UMfcl to W present tb4 T ry Rev V thMT Jam s iP Oromla will liariror I StttrflOaOtHr11taYlte4toittt of Joseph SchoMOMiin Jr air l renal butiMM BMMB 4t the parkk ng Ii DR THOMAS H MULVEY Candidate for Nomination for Secretary of State on the Republican Ticket APRON DANCE Planned By Members the Ladles Auxiliary A O H Tho Ladies Auxiliary of the A O H held an enthusiastic meeting on Wednesday night The call hop on Monday night proved such success that the members of the au iliary formed a mutual admirnti coo society and congratulated other It was decided to a campaign for new members and Mrs Daniel Jr Dougherty and Miss MARGARET EV I Will in Althea mad Davies Ella Broderlck were appointed cap talus of rival foams Seven now ap plicaUons wefcf received during the evening i 11hoI members decided to give an apron dance at Schrelbers Hall Twentysixth and Dank streets on- rthe night of May 24 The ladies lin I wits tho members of tho four dlvls lions and all other gentlemen friends to Attend on that evening ST CECILIAS lThe ladies of the Altar Soclot will give a euchre in the school hat for tho benefit of St Cecilias church next Wednesday afternoon and oven boo called at 230 oclock and the even veryIhoe proven enjoyable and the com ale1I others The West Main street can- will carry you fa St Calla street i I 1 lROUTINE MATTERS 1The II attendance at the meeting of Mackin C ullcHon Monday Right was excellent President Samuel L Robertson occupied tho chair Quite a lot of routine business was disposed of Only ono member was reported ill Eight applications for membership were received Thei Opera Committee rported that ro hearsals wore progressing steadily and that a performance of superiorr t thIea ington tomorrow to assist at the in Ulation of a class by Barry Council J Excursions will Ibo run to the Blue grass Capital from Louisville Belle j1 vue Cincinnati Carrollton and other I pointsII ORNEItAh COMMUNION Tomorrow will be the general com munion day for the Catholic Knights of America of this city The membere of all the branches will attend I mas at Ill Vincent de Paul church Shelby and Oak streets at KalherI p and deliver an appropriate sermon The two ooptpanllei of the uniform rank will Bpnij nt ia lull drew uniform The Central Committee- j4rlreeevery meaner df the order to Ila atiendan at JHB4W and holy Communion t DBATIi OFCONTRACYrIt Fred Hoertziwejhkaownyoungj rlflkebatrwtor nd Bulldlr d14dt at NflhithpttraFIoepttitrf Iaid+Y JlJjH ltad bile rtolr til oraryesl wake and hla4asthiwaa not ttntriopeotetl lEa s1THt by rlleiIlrs Cptdftla ifriitoil VIJpUWflti nil lava taeolr Bo rt I 1Ir I PureWoolWorsted SHI JTS IIIn e the New Blue PencilStripes LEVYSThird The Bright Spot in Louisville Jand the following sisters and broth ers Mrs Joseph Hill Mrs T Al 1Darrett Mrs Charles J Cruise 1Misses Minnie Margaret and Ade laldo Hoertz and Messrs Will New man and Henry Hoertz Tho funeral took place from St Pauls church on Wednesday morning and was largely attended IKNIGHTS OP COIUbIB S- Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else wherelTim Ohio State convention opens Tuesday at Sandusky Tho addition planned for the now building at Schenectady N Y will cost about 35000 beIaImISyracuse KnIghts used the State Armory for tho major degree ex nightIorganizedI eight years ago with iortythree members has increased to about 370 Rev Clement Bcckmeyer many candidates awaiting admission to the council he will organize atl Kenton Ohio The Archbishop and Bishops oft Wisconsin will be invited to attendl the Fourth degree banquet at Mil waukee on May 30 Five full slzo city lots directly in front of the City Park have been acquired by the Knights of Bayonne N JI who will soon erect a handsome brick and stone club house The plan for a central club house in Cincinnati involves the erection of a thirteenstory building to be located in the district between Fourth and Seventh and Main and Vine streets and to cost 600000 FOR ST AUGUSTINES Friends of the Rev Father Francis fTelten pastor of St Augustines church will give a euchre and super in the school hall Fourteenth and BroSaway next Wednesday and Thursday afternoonsandevenlngs- hedternoon games will be called at 230 oclock and the evening gamea at 8 oclock A substantial supper will be served between the afternoon and evening games Many bandapnie prizes have been donated for the euchre HORB FIuwr COMMUNICANTS A efas otilOchildren will re eelvethelr first fioly aoi uiualQB at It Louis Bertrand hnieti at the 730 08ok mla 4e teak Jfrqm tonwrroTr Tk j iJoKy of these n4rar it eafraR attd Aj r1rt years old b J 4- a r Y r Present the Comic Op- eraALTHEA CecilianII f Choral Club I I MACAULEYS MAY 8 AND 9 L ALL STAR CAST TALENTED CH PRICES 25 50 75 100 Box Office at MontcnegroRIehm Music Co Sale ooeeonooseteeoao oo ott a N WHITE GOO FOR Childrens Confirmation Or Write For Samples Mall Orders Promptly Flllci French India Lawn a fine Linen Lawns she vjregular19Csaleprice per yard Mercerized Imported Batistelancy White Law 45 inches beautiful quality checks plaids st and finish our regular SOc Swisses values u goods sale price per sale price per yard OOC yard French Organdies 72 inchesLinen Finish Pi meditrPersian and French Lawn Wash Chiffon in medium and sheer qualities sheer and serviceat 45 inches wide our regular 45 inches wide o 39c grades sale pricc25c35c grade sale pr per yard yard Mercerized Lingerie Cloth Imperial English 40 inches wide medium weight soft finish 36 inche our 25c grade spe ularly at 12 l2c19ccial at per yard price per piece iIr ELLMAW5T1A v cr r SoFOURTAVE- HUaUS I 1 MARKET STJi 1 WNNNNN NONION ewN NYNo WILLIAM ADDA II1 Stringent educational laws that will secure r schools and better pay for tho teachers fu order to equalschildren S Constitutional 1 revision of tho tax las- s8All legislation necessary to bring tho roads o highest state of efficiency fState bank inspection 5 Bringing tho militia up to time highest standar freeing samo from poUtle- s6organlzaUon and cooperation between farmer other laboring men whether they labor In the field wherever wage Is earned 7Such legislation as would Improve the relation andJabor8rho strict enforcement of that portion of Artie ution of tho United States which roads as follows No religious test shall ever be required a qualification to any office or public trust OElecUon of United States Senators by 1rectof 10Tho strict enforcceinrit of all laws OH the Statute K Democratic Primary Election Saturday July 1st 10 FO YTheHigh Class Family Amusement Resort FREE coNCERTSI SingnonesXTRAOqOD VAUDEVILLE Tpro hews Dally3 p at S30p1JU DANCING jCTfrV fllfht except Suiiiiay Ffse+ Seer WHfeHsTc 50tOttAttoYJr ll- b l- pr SI ltlrli Ch elraP ooopa pulsate free at all fiMW n0 t1a PHOENIX HiI Open For the MW IS THE TIME TO S- FPicni SOC Out TMSrbsaatlfulFll f x mint throe should c peIxHIUti I