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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n u o v 0tc+ 1 i C r irt Y L 1 4- ti 1 hi TUCKY IR Sil AMERIcAN J CENTSVOLUMELIMERICK And the Dominicans Invite 0 Friends to Old Fashioned Bazarr Memories of Days Gone by Will EnticeMauy Former Residents Comploto List of Committees Every Line 01 Work n GO EARLY AND QUITE OFTEN + An old fashioned bazar for tho benefit of St Louis Bertrand chur I i will be given at Bertrand Hall1 Sixth street between St Catherine and Oak streets beginning no Monday and continuing through t I ontiro week It has been several years since the Dominican Fathers essayed any elaborate entertainmentt At tho same time there are many who remember with Joy and pride the Dominican fairs of tl1trt years ago In those days there wo roe plenty of young and vigorous Iris 1 men and Women to aid the cau More than one man and woman paid the penalty of over exertion b dyInfl toujs Bertrands Some of the old stock Is left to carry on the wor but the children and their children children will carry on the worktOf8 time A I Some remember th6 olds Irs when Father D J Meaghe was Prior or when Father Faif11 won I the goldhood cane or wi I Father Rooney Fathers AJMK tJuS and Thomas Daly and Fathe DecanUllon were on hand to ke things moving at w- All all aro goneTV1 still lives on The tame of rose who dledpBut true meCe you men Remember m with pride The vars committees have worked hart to make their booths attractive o that there will be no dearth ofliamU8ement8 There will besom blng doing every minute and eiry day Wednesday and Thuwtay have been designated as Hone Coming dl1Y8Ihe people of StttLo Bertrands have prepared ir exceptional weloome for visitors these two evenings Some of eld boys and girls have removed timer parishes but all will be n a welcome home at any time return to meet old friends at 6ming bazar ie Very Rev Father J R c 0 P Prior of St Louis Ber Is is Chairman of the General the Committee Other mom of the same committee are I h Morthorst Joseph bverbetg on J McElltott Miss Blanche be Mrs John McCann Henry n Frank McGrath R A Wat atW P MoDonogn Miss Fannie lady Mrs Mullaney Miss Molcl plllns Miss Emma Deppon and N G Wathen I er committees are made up as lIn s Printing John J Barry C I McDonogh and W J Con I Press Matthew Foley John JIlyI fl ComlngWP McDonogh I ConnellY and A HDusbPi SdW A H Bush and J J sd Booths M JrWa1ohj John Hlness L MiXhaol McDermott jcjiinsIi Fannie KennedYI Chairlady St ses Josle Godfrey Annie Ken y Susie MUllaney Mabol ScarefII a Score Annie ODea Mary y Annie Broderlok Lizzie I 3ht Carrie Swift Mamie Swift- S Stelzer M J Schwoeppe 6 Moffett Katie Flanagan both Westerman Ratterman I Keaney Mary Connaughton Imnaughton Elizabeth ORegan IlMcCormick Margaret Holmes TAnnin Margaret Lucy Katie n r Marie Zimmerman Katlo I Julio Mattingly Louise Mary Mullanoy Katie ODea jllle Engle ipBoardl Committee Misses IdGordon and Agnes McDon ialrladiqs and lIIA Meyers I Fahey James MoKernan Is ies Fahey Garvey Fischer nt and Misses Annie Casey Clues Irene Sheehan Nellie f In Anndo Finnegan Mary R Itqlla OConnor Ethel Mudd IfcDonald Henrietta Dempf Ir0y Tereea SWloney Mayme 1 Burnsrdenherryj May QBryan 1 rje Buckel May EnleJ1bIb ithMary TtfaHuKh Ana sh Mamie Hcnnewy Nit a j r T lLI1Ue Kearns I lMlssea Ane and CareI t B thl1deMarcbandMarY1Innliba tourMy Ellen OConnell lernan Nary 31 Kerr n Burke and Leon Gp= 1 teses May Leonard and n IfSocletYus j Hy Cbalrtedy and Me Mattlxly Mat JA fUt lattingly Frank Me1 n Rogers Mayme HOK Ott William eiieily Misses Mtfiwfet Scally Phil Gllll gan Ellaert Wathen MattinglY Purcell Bta Tucker Josephine and JollyBurgess Maymo Drennunpsad Mesdames A Bohlsen and Arthur usselmann hlPlus X lag School Committee Miss Deppen Chairlady and M s Lorenz HUgglns John AfDifle Hyde RIggs Hood Aud CurtaM JP Hannon Fitz gerald CilMhanl Misses Rose Gnult Mary AlieeMcBrldo Casey Lilly KnobloJXa 1McAtee Mary Lor enz MiriNano Caffrey Mamie ife Curtain and Dolly NOlanJU Store Committee Mrs John Mcclnn Chairlady and Mesdames J hn Score Pettus Kate Newmes nd Misses Lizzie Zook Bessie C lU Katie Collins Kate CummIOra Kennedy Gertrude OolganTihd Mattie Wherley FISh11 and committee lIss Moi lie Collfis Chairlady and Miss Rose nnlngbam Nell Burg ttdamefJoseph Rorshment Meohan Committc- edames and cab fcEJJ Mullaafcy Chairlady and L111chMaggie Godfrs Josephine Godrr Iary MulOCoD ell Alma Score tlanei ndnose Dutu ttlae11 have char of the StJlhomas Sodality boo will havelKillarney rose rearteT e booth willbush as a be c01aoted lh Irish and Amerl cand lorsllIsty I tare MatttVahhe LV Oa88ily D J Rear MollieseJosephRuHoganYThompsonTjsuhnelly P J Fitzgerald Joseph yuIoCloskey David Rellly Anna Rosa and Margaret Schnueff and Mlssej Jean Bennett Gertrude Eagan Nora Wathen Lillle Kearns Cath leon EwIng Frances Wathen and Marie Batman I I Final arrangements were perfected- at a meeting of the General Committee on Monday night Andy KastII who has proven that he is an expert the wheel enthused everybody talkTheof Limerick invite all their friends to attend the bazar You will get a Cead Mllle Falltho greeting I Come in the evening or come in the morning i I Come when youre looked for come without warning orII Handshakes and welcomes youll i find hero before you I Mitt the of tner you come here the more well adore yo- uIJLESSIN0 I Of Coronerstone of New School Will Take Place Tomorrow schoolforblessed at 4 oclock tomorrow I afternoon If the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue Is able he will preside I the solemn function The parish wilt sing fro Vent Creator after which the Very Rev James P Cronin V G will deliver a sermon English and the Rev Father R Ruff will preach in German The singIlingPraIse Thy Name During the ceremony of blessing I the cornerstone tho Very Rev James Cronin will botho assistant prIest- to the Bishop the Rev Dr George Schuhmann will be deacon the Rev James Assent subdeacon and the Rev A J Thome factor of St Vincent de Pauls wlllibo master of The procession of will leave the parsonage of Vincent do Paul1 promptly at 4 oclock A croBsbcarer and about acolytes will lead the way to the site ot the cornerstone Previous to this there will be a street procession of time laity under the auspices of the Building Committee The van will be led by a squadron of mounted police anal a band of music Following will comet Knights ot St John the two companies of the Uniform Rank KC of A St Vincent de Paul Conference juniorand senior branches of St Stanislaus Society Columbia Athletic Club and Hearts ofOakThe various societies will assemble at Shelby and Broadway at 3 oclock When the word to march given the route will iedawn Broadway to Jackson north to Green east to Clay passing St Boni face church south to Walnut and past St Johns church to Shelby street thence south passing St Martins to the scone of she corner tone laying The now school will cost In the neighborhood of 0QOQ and will be entirely fireproof The al1SwUl be sixteen tact wide rind ten class rooms will be twenly etghfby ithlrtyiwo teat chAt- pJent there are 423 pupils attend pig the school Ih fate being UUKH iby the Ursulbne atofera CLASS OP FIFTY Owenatipro CounoH Khiihta of Cojumbiw held an inttlatlcn last MtalndanceIfanUalbisoa a ndofber point ctaaa of ftttr received the three tie ijortfiC Ron E J McDemiott of fLoiii vilJe was one ef the principal fmeaken at thebln utrHOhi R 1V Black realdeda I MONEY r IIn Big Bulk Will BoVvnlltablc For Antilloinlt i I IrolgU In- II ilOutline 01 pjMgrnmnic For llrt ish I arHlcllt ForThis Year Lord anadotivnes nm to Its- jrnt Upper House Gets No Cheers PREMIER SAYS CABINATE IS UNIT It would seem that the Tory mem bers of Parliament refuse to acknowledge defeat oven when they know they are beaten Lord Lans- downe offered a bill for the reforma tion of the House of Lords last Monday It Is dull flat stale and unprofitable A climax will be reached next Monday when the veto I measure from the House ot Commons will be presented to the House of Lords It will pass second reading prior to June 4 The Lords will tako their stand against the bill I when it reaches the Committee stage on an amendment excluding the j home rule bill from Its operation When tho bill goes back to the t House of Commons with that amend ment inserted the Government will strike out the amendment and re turn the bill In its original shape to j the House of Lords with the Intimation I that if it Is not passed the I King will create a sufficient number of Peers to force It through I The House of Lords Will pass the startIIngI throughout the country for which there will bo avalable all the funds of the Tory party together With a special Subscription of 1000000 The object Is to snake It Imposslblo for the Government to fulfill year pledge to pass a home rule bill ItsII Tho Tory change of front on veto bill is chiefly duo to two rtheProorthlttthe1 lively hostile is apathetic about the House of Lords The seoond is con I 1 scIousness that the Tories can only I regain power by a positive policy of their own not by mere blind nega tive resistance to Liberal measures The antihome rule agitation is be lleved even by the Tories themselves to be foredoomed to failure and the politicians of all parties agree that barring some unforseen event home rule will be accepted by the Lords either in the first year orI the second j In a speech at Mancherl r last Saturday Premier Asqulth said t that there was not a syllable of truth in the rumors of dissension in I the Cabinet over the matter of home rule for Ireland He added For the first time there is a really good understanding between the democ I racies of both islands Material ties qutte apart from all questions tj of sympathy bind thorn together In Indissoluble union During the last few years the Irish question has come to be regarded more and more as the most urgent part of Great Britains past Monday Imperial problemII leader of the I of Lords introduced his bill for the reform of the upper house In pre senting his measure Lord Lans- downe said the Unionists were convinced t that an amendment to the constitution of the House of Lords should proceed simultaneously with a reform in the relations of the two houses His bill provides for a house of 350 Lords of I It also provides that no ParliamentII hold his sat for more years but that he shall be eligible to reelection j I The Peers themselves are to elect 100 members of the Peerage possess- Ing the statutory qualifications A second contingent would consist of 120 members to be elected from out side the House of Lords toy an electoral college composed of mem I representIIngelectoral districts into which the country would be divided by spe cially appointed commissioners The numberinge Crown on the recommendation of the Cabinet Lords iansdoiwnes bill further provides that Princes of the royal blood will retain their seats as also would two Archbishops while five Includintheg e sixteen law Lords The iblll also pro videS that Peers who are not Lords of Parliament shall be elected by the House of Commons Under r Lord Lansdownes measure the t10lntbedttt e fiveachLbfd Morley followed Lord Lana down and In a brief speech IdltiIl would toe ImpoJMttjte for thfi Govern ment ifco accept the measure aeanI ulteriwtiw to the Veto bill Lord Lenirtownefi HChon lie bill wag heard with silence and allotted no enthuelsamt Inside orI outside the Hones of Lord a o TilE CAMPUS Musical College Operetta Soon to BePrescnted Here Ike Mackin Counclljs Choral Club Is fast nearing perfection In rehearsing for Its big muslcaf college show 1 I I MISS ABBIE CHESTER Who will be the Leading Lady In The Campus I The Campus which will be pro ThuajjteriI matinee on May 2Jt The leading lady of the show wjll be Miss Abble Chester who is well known to the patrons of Mackln performances She will have the role of Chlcky from Qhlcago who visitslthe college as aI guest of Captain Carl the college coach a part pteve4jby Ajulyn KenI j stun Miss Lamina Long the girl with the wonderful soprano voice will sing the rotc of the College Widow I The Choral Clubgjvlll introduce a new star to the theatergoing public this season in tliejperson of Miss Bertha Cohn the pretty and talented little daughter of Herman Cohn of the Louisville Anzeiger Miss Cohn romIromemborjjifor towIerfll fTtie malemt 7JWtiie oast in BostonlII I coed Thomas D Clines as Squab I the college bird who IB the champion I athlete of the school and George 1lrlKanstonI poser of the music and libretto of The Campus as well There will be more than 100 In wltIjnessed rehearsals say that it sur passes those of former years At the climax there will be a prizefight scene which will fill the entire stage with college boys RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Schalch dlod at her home 1900 West Chestnut street on leceasedtyears was the I widow of Joseph Schalch The fu neral took place from Sacred Heart church yesterday morning and was attended by many sorrowing friends and relatives I Louis Elsenmenger a highly re spected member of St Peters par ish died at his home 1C01 West Kentucky street on Wednesday morning Tho deceased was forty years old and is survived by his wife who was Miss Laura Atzinger Time funeral took place from St Peters church yesterday The church was filled with sorrowing friends during the requiem mass I Profound sympathy is felt for Mr and Mrs John J Welsh whose flveII jyearold daughter Daisy Welsh died II at 130 oclock on Friday afternoon of last week The funeral took place I from St Brlglds church on Saturday I qfternoonj From the time of death j until the funeral tho residence at 976 Rubel avenue was visited by a t MrstSCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT Tomorrow evening the annual school entertainment of St Marys school will be given in the school hall Eighth and GraysOn streetsI with a most excellent programme The Misses Minnie and Marie HunoldI will be among the musical stars St Marys school Is conducted by the Ursullne Sisters and Is one of the best In the city The general publiC- s i Invited FIIIE CHAPLAINS FUNERAL Quite a remarkable funeral was Elmo1SmtthCl 1nINervl llowed a weeWsr illnen Falter tsll1lth ws the filet 0a p11c Chaplain of time Nw YorFJre dpantinent He was appointed 1ft 1891 Mr Bwttlkm Chiefs cted at bto pall lxarewaad jrix eofarvpan4e of ten nee each acted M ian official eftoort Itoi ntlle ebureb4olhe grave u t x PLAIN Statement of Stand Taken by I Kentuclcy Irish American in Politics I Not Opposed to Mr McDermott iI nut Deplores Ills I Judgment School Commission Waiting Peoples Money in neck less planner VICTORY FOR WILLIAM KLAIR There is a mistaken idea In certain circles that the Kentucky Irish American Is opposed to Hon Edward J McDermotts candidacy for the i Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky The I Kentucky Irish American expects to be over the friend of Mr McDermott l thatIIrish American Is not opposed to Mr McDermotts candidacy It will support him if he Is nominated but It is still of the opinion that his can didacy Is illadvised Mentally and from a point of culture Mr MoDenmott is the superior ofany candidate now offer ing for Governor of Kentucky Anyone who knows anything about the various candidates on either ticket will concede this Why should he consent to play second fiddle in the Democratic orchestral van Mr MoDermott Is a native of Louisville He loves his city and his State Ho would grace its capital as aCI tive of this State in the United States Senate None doubt that if he is elected Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky he will make an admirable presiding officer for the State Sen ate Ho gave a good account of himself years ago as a member of the Kentucky Legislature He was rec ognized as one of tho ablest members of the Constitutional convention thel rIoIIa martyr and that the sacrifice will vainI Johnson withdrew from the Gubernatorial nom he found that a majority of the voters of the State would not vote for a Catholic for that office Mr Johnson Is a practical I politician Like Samson he pulled a temple on his head and his enemies Why should Mr McDermott rush in to save the enemies of his own peffple The Kentucky Irish Ameri can Is not alone in Its opinion that his candidacy for Lieutenant Gov ernor at this time is ill advised The Shelby Record is edited by Ed D Shlnniok also a Roman Catholic In his issue of last Friday Mr Shiunick says among other things Tho little bit of sop pitched to Mr McDermott by Percy Haley Mayo et al is like the chaff that catches no birds and fools nobody but time man they have influenced to announce his candidacy for Lieutenant Governor Of his fitness there is no doubt Personally he Is bur close and Intimate friend and for this reason we are sorry that he allowed himself to be influenced to herd with the bunch whose selfish ness is their prevailing feature Another Catholic friend at Cov Ington who favors the opinion that the Kentucky Irish American holds followingI McDer for the Catholicbutwlio raised the question of religion and drove Ben Johnson from the Geld because he was a Catholic are scared by what they have doue and fare seeking to undo the wrong by offering the second place to Mr McDermott simply because he isaCatholic I presyntschooFpeoples money in more ways than one In August 1907 the School Board had C A Curtin one of the citys leading architects draft plans for ann addition to the Girls High School Mr Curtlns plans wore accepted and ho was paid J2375 for his work The plans are still in me commlsalonbuttlslUgr for new plans It Is simply throwing 2375 away Hoiu William F Klalr showed the Umber he was made of at Lexington last Wednesday when he turned de test Into victory at the last minute NCN VISITS BROTHER rMother Mary Cleophae Superior Qenemi of the Btoten lJJ Providence with heftdiiuMtAni at Qf Mary of I the IWoode Indiana spent aevarWi dqya yin the i2ealle OtUetihte week afttbber Mary xaephW le making her wmiuai tourOt Inspection of schools pon uoUd ibf The Siterf of Pro 1 dcnob cmorig them SdhWplI 1II R ScTwji1 Jeftewonvllle was accompanied by Sister John Froiniccs who Is a sister of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo Mother Mary Cleonhias and Slater John Frances visited Bishop ODiMiaghuo ett St Josephs Infirmary and found him muoh Improved ORPHANS DAY Crowds Witnessed Street Parade On Sunday Afternoon Attired in spotless clothes and with radiant faces the children of St Josephs Orphan Asylum greeted the Knights of St John the Uniform Rank companies of the Catholic Knights of America and other friends who acted as their escort at their annual fete fast Sunday The afternoon was ideal as was also the pro gramme mapped out by Adjutant Clemens Wiegand The streets were thronged with interested spectators as the procession Wended its way from St Josephs church at Webster and Washington west to Shelby south to Broadway west to Jackson north to Green and thence to St Don race church When the vans carrying the chil dren approached St Josephs church the bells pealed merrily Headed by a squadron of mounted police and a 0111pastMartlnalStDoniIfaceparentless little ones The Knights of St John and the Uniform Rank C K of A made splendid showings and were favorably commented upon all along the route I The orphans and their escorts Wrote given seats of honor in the middle aisle nit St Boniface church and after vespers Father Ignatius Wilkens O F M preached an elo I occasionI Blessed Sacrament closed the relig ious exercises Orphans escorts officers of St Josephs Orphans Society and mem bers of time clergy then repaired to banquethadhad received due attention there were a few brief remarks and then the orphans returned happy and contented WARM WELCOME ccordedaCardlna ILGtb bonsat Reception Given in New York The people of New York gave Cardinal Gibbons a recaption at the Catholic Club Wednesday evening The affair was arranged In honor of the Cardinals fiftieth anniversary as a priest and twentyfifth annl versary as Cardinal The real date of his ordination and elevation to the Cardinalate is June 7 but the Now Yorkers Insisted on celebrating ahead of time bearinglightedthe door of the club house and corted him to tho grand ball atII whore he was welcomed by a gathering of prominent Catholics of I the city and State A coat of armsn carved on basswood was presented jI to the Cardinal by priests of the Paulist community Addresses of welcome were delivered iby Arch JusticeVictorGannon President of the Catholic ClubIn Ithe course of his response to these addresses Cardinal Gibbons said No citizen should be a drone In the social beehive No man among you should be an Indifferent spectator of the moral political and economic questions which affect the welfare of the Commonwealth As you are all protected in your life and property by the strong arm of the Government so should you all be united in upholding the hands of those who are charged with the ad ministration of tho Commonwealth Thank God we live in a country where there is liberty without the toleration of license and authority wthout the toleration of despotism and where the Government holds over us the aegis of Us protection without interfering with thelndl vidual right of conscience The religious celebration of the dual jubilee will be held in the Cathedral at Baltimore next month UAItDSTQWX KNIGHTS Bardstown Council K of C will Initiate a largo class tomorrow after noon Members of Louisville Coun cil will put on the three degrees A special tlanror BardstoWn will toolmorroeral hundred Knights from Louis ville and vicinity The train will arrive at Bardstown In time for the 10 oclock mass at old St Josephs Cathedrall After the lnUlatoryex erckes In the afternoon there will bo abanCuetThe special train will leave Bardstown on its return trip At 10 oclock In the evening THISI Time cliMiVmn whir we Mcuafanied to lee ttir nw iw witti lien hal be eoIbIr iyisrrsuae1 dtllp y- rgait said wO eretteaiws1v d wbilyoung to pay yP tdde iletaib of older It irlll ncv r grow rain and wom MATTERS 01 Importance Discussed at Meeting Archbishops nt Washington Necessity ot Accurate Catholic CeiiHiiH Is Noted by the Prelates Colonization Scheme Forlnuujrgr+ ints Itcterrccl to Able Conunittoc METHOD OF HOLDING PROPERTY a Immigration the revision of methods of holding Catholic church property and the necessity for aai accurate Catholic ctiatrus were among the more Important things discussed Dt the recent meeting of the Catholic Archbisilfcips of the United States at the Catholic University at Washing F ton D C Jlhe meeting followed that of the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Catholic University tWdllnal Gibbons presided Other prelates who wore present were Archbishop Ireland of St Paul Arclhblshop PlUval tif Santa iFe Archbishop Farley of New York Archbishop iMoellcr of Cincinnati Archbishop Quigley of Chicago Archbishop Gleninon of St Louis Archbishop OConnell of Bostonn and Archbishop Blonk of New Orleans Archbishop Parley was elected Vice President of the Board at Trustees oftho Catholic University to succeed the late Archbishop Ryan The 1m pomitlve need of tin accurate Catholic consus was generally discussed but all tile Archbishops realized that It was a mutter that Jnlvolvcd great cibstacles The chief obstacle is to secure an accurate census of the Im migrants In each diocese Many of these are what axe known as drifters For several years after arriving In the United States they drift from place to place before settling down However the Archbishops hope to evolve a 1pbn that will make the census as nearly accurate as pceslble The Archbishops of New York Philadelphia and St Louis had pre pared a report dealing wfyh the a ethodsaftrbldingchurch property in the various dioceses According to that report the holding of land by the various local churches was not regarded as so beneficial to the church Interests as having all the church property under the direct supervision of the Arcliblshops Ad ditional legislation Is necessary be fore tihis revlsfcin of the methods of holding church property is made pos sible 1Thematter of directing immigration to j settlements whore It would be brought directly In touoh with church Influence At present the Immigrants who pour Into this cbmntry every year are scattered over a large portion of territory IWlth present facilities It is difficult to colonize these immigrants to the best ad vapitago of the church and to them selves Archbishops Ireland Mess mer and Glenn n were appointed a committee to draft a Joint pastoral letter on tlio subject When com pleted this pastoral will be circulated in every llocese in the country The three prelates win are to draft the joint letter are already at work on the moitter Tnese three Archbishops have given the subject Iiif Immlgnoitlbn much thought Each of them lu deal ing with colonies dii their respective provinces and while the work is not on an elaborate scarp they feell that progress is being nude Hundreds of tliosnauds of Immigrants come to ciur shores every yefar Time greater percentage of them are Catholics Nearly nil are of the farming class In ninny coses they remain in the larger cities or else settle In communities where these are no churches In a short while they drift away or their children grow up dn igptmuice of the truths of tho faith of their fathers lAll these matters have eenJoconsidered by the Archbishops and they will try tl secure a general plan for colonizing Catholic immigrants In tho West South and North EASTER DUTIES k Louisville members of the Catholic Knights of America made their an nual Easter communion at StVln cent de Paul church at 7 oclock mass last Sunday morning Considering 1 the distances thait many had to travel a most creditable shpwlng was made The members from other parishes appreciated the courteous treatment accorded thorn by Capi John Schalda Don Beckmann and other renresentaitlVcs of St Vincent de Paul Branch The Rev Father R C Ruff celebrated the high mass thatrnadequiteKnights present An UiKmenteJ choir sang the music- FttllaNIS V V rate The Rey Father who has been MrtonD F Mary and KllWibfm HoVir Several Week Is ale to be bed nHe boresto leave the IK pon butt his friends believe j ange of umtnioii ber an 1 soon reeto1hiI 0 r- a n 4 0 L IJ- n I I p 1 if C- P I- IKE NTUOKYI t sH AMEaXOAN I i t Y lKOTUGKY IRISH MERIGftN nevotd to the Soclai and lei ors Mvanccraeraent Irish Americans and Catholics sI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America taIPNSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher e1 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc 1 1k c BflUrcd M the LouUvllle PottoHIc oo SecoadCU rutttr Uirei all COlllmulllcatoICo tbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St 1 i TRADES uESEI COUNCIL 4i r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 13 1911 CARDINAL oinnoxs Cardinal Gibbons was the guest of honor at a reception tendered him i New York on Wednesday night but no reception could give due evidence to the esteem In which the z great churchman is held by people of all classes Ho has filled wlt grace for a whole generation a a position which required consummate tact for its administration His 1W0r atm ny a critical stage religious or political might have evoked a storm ot passIon us well as a shower otr benediction and that word was t often sought but never during all the years that he has been befog- the public has his action woundd- s sensibilities that were worth consid ering and never did ho so carry himself that the most orthodox could insinuate the charge that compromise y spells The office of this great man imparts singular propriety to the honors conerred on him Rome has ever made for peace and It Is alto gether fitting that her illustrations Prince in the United States should be Invited to open the Now York peace conference with prayer RECKLESS AUTOING A telegram from Des Moines r Iowa says Gov Carroll vetoed the Dunlap bill passed by the recent Legislature which required that teams must turn out so that auto mobiles may pass them to the lof when both are going in the sameI direction along the public highways The Governor declared the measure tea drastic This reminds one that owners and chauffeurs of automobiles are taking entirely too much liberty on the streets ot Louisville Between Mayor Head his honorable Board oft Safety the General CoVncll Col Isaias dMi1Jdrltido leC111cs s drivingof auto carsought to beI reduced toa minimum We believeII these gentlemen will unite to abate an evil that may save many lives l IX ALL DEPENDS Members of the Louisville Stock Exchange formally expelled Washl j I Flexner from membership last Monday on the charge of scalping commissions Tho specific chargeI was that Mr FJoxner had chargedl only oneeighth of 1 per cent whilet I the other follows exacted onefourth i of 1 percent These high rollerseI would be the first to rally to the I support of a rat printer or- E a scab union man Those hightoned I scalpers wore so angry that they figuratively just broke Mr Flex ners umbrella It often depends on who is hit 4 OUR BRAVE GIRLS The average working girl dresses In better taste and sense than the socalled young woman of leisure A1I business experience gives a girl alI betterI Idea as to what is fit whether I I I for dress or the home There Is a class of women who affect cheap I and gaudy dresses and picture hats and false curls but this Is not the working girl The extravagance of the leisure class is without parallel I and to lllvo amid this and kee1I8 cheerful face and clean heart l probably requires more courage than one thinks 0 TIELYK FIRST Catholics should join Catholic so cieties for social and fraternal pur poses mitflier thin nonCathollc so cieties west If the litter oraanlza tlcns are i ct condemmted by the church Do jict jump Kato any so tety without due consideration Study 14 ghuivfc if lit teaches any i thlflg not in harmony with tie teachings of the Catholic church I you rail to understand it consult fII your Bishop or your pastor If you fare in doubt do not join under any clrcumstanoM Remember that there are planty1 of good ijxetetiee xr- fCithQMcf nteYerY ilea tofe wtilrk- Mix among your own people 11118 feteWork IVMiMi are soqtal ae1I ot a or axbhatb pe- INOllKNaT i I J PLMfTl KY Tip Toy Baking Company feel hlKbiy flattered Aft1 a popularity contest a raet strggUn game I ttery I It would not hurt the Louisville I police department to rid the city ot society loafers The ponce do non hesitate to disperse a few boys perhaps seven or eight when they assemble In the extreme East o West Ends but Fourth avenue is a boulevard for the society loafers Fourthh and Market streets Fourth andI Jefferson streets and on o tto Chestnut street Remarks of an ugly dor unchaste nature are made con I coning every woman that passes Mayor Head and the Board o Public Safety can stets this Ascentlon day this year will be celebrated by the Catholic church ThursdaydMpy 25 Trinity Sunday the 1as chance for recreant Catholics t make their Easter duties will falltt on June An effort is being made to have Attorneys Morton K Yenta and Ate Sell ml1n meet before the TrlClty Athletic Club next Friday night They will then bo out of Judge Fields jurisdiction AMATEUR TALENT Successfully Products Althea for Very Worthy Cause The Cedllan Choral Club pre rented Althea a homennad- t rcomic opera at Macauleys on Monday and Tuesday nights Both performances were well at tended the music was sparkling tho comedy enjoyable tho costuming brilliant and the voices of rare excellence in an amateur show What ever funds accrue will be devoted to the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies Miss Adelaide Hoertz and Miss Louise Forst Were twin prima don I o whsas tho tenor soloist was encored repeatedly David J Maloney with his big bass voice made a hit as theI 1111198 soloist J J Flynn and T S Evans furnished the principal comedy work Will Imorde as com mander of the Bashl Bazouks also had a fair comedy part D J Glee son as captain of the Bash1 Bazouks proved a wonderful drill j master but masked his handsome countenance under an unsightly beard and wig I One pretty feature was the Grecian ballet In this Miss Helen Sharer Was tho soloist The young ladlesI who took part wero Misses Mar guerlte Evans Loretto Burke Mar guerlto Ryan Mary Eberhard Notties t Brussloback Madeline Schleicher Loretto Fitzgibbons Gertrude Fin negan Euphemia Brussloback Dolllci Appjlng Josephine Byrne and Sue Ryan ROMANCE OF KILLARNEY Among the vaudovllo features which the management of the Gay ety Theater has secured for the next week Is the much talked of playlet Killarneyla I are making ono ot rtlie notable sucIi1 OHearnI Ii little tabloid which lea i comjledYj 1 of atage honors or more extended glory than the plaudits of friends in his home town and the approval ot- a conscience charitably Inclined that presentJvehlcle MrO yearningswhatovor Appealed tainment to raise funds for St Vin OHearnreadily I produce and act in a sketch for thIs affair Mr OHearn made a hit at takehisUnitedSwtetesa capable supporting company FIRST HOLY COMMUNION One week from tomamnfr a cjaaa lhekIwillIreoetvethe iionfromBishopO1JottagInstructed by the 13lMers of ChMty p 9waT fchr Ite XaVeriaa Brothers pIIdby the JtievDrOe W Frroundedtol telfh Later in th7rt r wilt IMtIolyOJORWOBKJNGGIRL undtsy the lRighatv j b mf SQGIETY 1 I Miss Mamie Maloney was the I guest lest week of Miss Marie Bar ber at Springfield 1Mrs Adelo Conniff has been I a week at Bardstown the guest ot Mrs CharleS JI Elliott Mrs Mary Fllburn has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Sarah Sullivan near Ellzabothtown After a pleasant visit to Mrs B B Mattingly In the Highlands Mrs Florence Sullivan has returned to Bardstown I Mrs Molllo Shafer has returned withti I In Jofforaontown EastrMain street and her daughter Miss Lillian loft Monday for a fortnights visit to Martlnsvllle Ind IMiss Marie A Giltnane of 3121 I Portland avenue who has been seri I ously ill for a month convalescent t I rto the delight of her friends and relatives andfThomas E Tann will be united in marriage In June The brldeelect is the charming daughter of Edmund Rapp and has been much admired in Catholic social circles agotreceiving congratulations over the- o I arrival of a pretty baby girl that art I PresII Everybody Is not treated as well I1on their vacation as Thomas D Clines Ho was presented with aI pretty baby girl last Sunday The proud father figures that If herI voice keeps up she will be the prima donna in Mackin Councils shows a few years hence Mrs Charles J Schranz an nounces the engagement of her daughter Miss Frances Antoinette to Prof Leo A Schmltt The wedding will take place In June The brideelect is a pretty and cultured girl and has been much admired ii SchmittrI l and has successfully directed several I I theII happy married life I SUDDEN SUMMONS Joseph DOhertyAudUorof Monon Falls Victim to Apoplexy i Joseph L Doherty Auditor of the Monon Railway Cbmpany died at his home in Chicago dm Friday of last week Death came suddenly pud as too result of a stroke of paralysis Mr iDoheity was born In New Albany fifty years ago dead was the son of the late Councilman Michael Dbherty of that city As a youth be was given employment as u clerk In the storeroom of the old lldnon shops Energy and strict attention ito busl Hess won ihlni promotion rapidiy until he became Auditor of the company Mr Doherty had many friends in Louisville as well as in New Albany and Chicago who mourn IdsI sudden and untimely death Two stators survive They are Mrs Edward T Fitzpatrick and Alias Mary IDohenty Ucdh of Now Albany The remains were brought to Now Albany Sunday and on Monday marnilAig the luuerlal took place from Holy Trinity church Rev 16ttth Curran officiating at the solmn mass ot requlemItI DEAR LITTLE OXESII Rev Father Thomas A York will administer first holy communion to fiftyfivenboys fifty girls at tbeS oclock PaulseJackson street near Ken tacky While the first Communion of the little ones is to be the feature of the occasion the ceremonies will excellont will sing Millards mass The solo ists cw1llbe Miss Adeline Thome soprano Prof Sylvester Groves late of Now York basso Edward Wlrth andWllllamSmith wJ1lbocharming feature of the opcaslon will NosterInCHURCH THE FLAG JIiereaKer veterans of the iFodenal army burled from O tholc churches IntandwascornhonedudJl3j ARap t theUnitedtohfobiegnor tboatthemedtetely The order formerly existenceWARNING NdTICH j tkeilONtoogMlIedJ 4fonieJourEuffaoagattesMwiy of hem pa4d as yar j d VIUUeINoae ollb6rihiW theiffierutytoWft1 the reaAa at the 1 eky tJll1fIb Ammd htttC we optsider t I a d t i yrr r i- sy j J J t 1 rganlzat n Central Natlnal L S InslanbcecrnpanytyPersonality cuts such a gVc in the life insurance world tht lies come to be the cut t iriini underwriting circles to mesa k a company by the caliber of Jian at its head v is Therefore when W H Greg announced that he intends CentraltJ National Life there was no doubt aboVjhe ultimate result inthJlrdof those who were familiar with his record and knew his strengJ Of character his indi fal forcefulness Mr Gregory has done things before in e insurance big thil1jltoo alongside of which the successful organization of the Central Nati i Life a company tUkately to have a million dollars capital and surplus did not loom up as a v L difficult task It has taken only thirty days to put together real foundatiq of the Central National Life The Insunnce Leader St Louis A ht STOCI SUBSCRIF N EOR 3000 SH Sr L 1 RECEIVED LAST W r ST LOUIS BERTRANDS CHURCH Congregation Will Hold Old Fashioned Bazaar All Next Week at Bertrand Halll 1 i GOVERNOR W1LLSON Will Be Guest of Honor t at Gethse nane I I IAbbeyI IGov Augustus E Willson mem bers of his staff and their ladles willI visit Gethsemane Abbey next Thursday They will bo the guests of the Right Rev Abbot Edmond Obrecht Gov Willson will be the third Gov Gothesemano In 1895 Gov John Young Brown visited the abbey Four years ago Gov Beckham was a guest there for a day- I Abbot Obrocht was in Louisville Wednesday and completed arrangements for the affair Tho number of guests will bo limited to thirty one Among them wilt be Milton H Smith President of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company and W L Mapothet Vice President of the same company A special train wilt carry the Governor and ills party to iGethsemane j Father Obrecht will meet Gov Wlllsou at Loulsvlllo and escort him to Oqthsoinanc Dinner win be served at the monastery by messrs Louis and Otto Seelbach ROUNDING UP RECRUITS President John H Hennessy pre aided at a well attended rlie ting of Division 4 A 0 H on Monday evening Tha dlvlslon is rounding up recruits for a big initiation that Is to be hold in Bortrand Hallon Monday evening May 29 The ap plications of RE Nponan and Patrick Cualck weVe received John ODonnell John Lawless and Patrick McGuire were elected to membership Nick Cotter was obligated Short talks were made by John Mc Klernan and John Keneflck NEWPORT Jeremiah C RIordan aged fifty six died Saturday at hU home In- Nenvporfafter a brief Illness and the sad neVis was received with profefi throughoihtheknown art glasS manufactureri and Secretary ot the Anchor Art Gins Company He was born in Ireland and came to ihe United States where quite young Ne is euryived bya widow and five thlldrea Edward jQlyha Otho and Leroy Rtordati and MrJiOLerr au ooGJJTLXDAlfOJll Y jLoutariUft QqfuncM KaiiM of Coluntbui iwtll give dance for mero ben ndthelr tadlei on the evenings of Thursday hiIS and Tuesday My SO The boon trill be fromI 4 1 830 oclock till midnight Daugh ters and sisters of members may attend accompanied by nonmem hers but application should b made for invitations by mall for such nonmembers to Charles Barker 1400 East Brecklnrldge street Members attending who are not known to members of the Re coptlon Committee will he required to show their traveling cards SPECIAL RAINS Carried Visiting Members of Y MI to Bluegrass Capital Barry Council Y M J of Lexing ton Initiated a class of thlrtyflvo candidates last Sunday Special1I LotfavllleBellevueMore than 150 visitors were In at tondance The occasion served a double purpose the Initiation of new members ends tho celebration thefoun4ing olaboratmusical o at the Armory Covers wore laid for 400 guests Mayor John Skalnl was the principal speaker Among those who wont from JamesnoTrinityChairman of the Board of Grand DV rectors and Hon Samuel L Robert WillLinkON JTQ JASPER Tickets for the excursion to Jasper Indvia the Southern rail way to be given under the auspices oP tho Central Committee and Uniform Rank Catholic Knights of America on June 11 are being sold rapidly The Indications are that thetrainI anrangementsa royal reception EDITOR nALTlGAN WINS JIHbeliD in tOUi parts ot the United States are rejololag over the Beleotlon Of Batriok J HaW an as Represetrtetives men1nWMhfngtdrlP1Ci tofill elected Ole will continue to tot wt I htbeialianTheaa KMniter source of i ratiflctio8i to tbixtheoftareAutyi fJ j r I MACKIICOUNCIL PREST TS The pus FridayNightsSeats on sale at box offie 00Monday1 N1 + + + FINE WINES CHAMP 1f- EGK0LJ3 345 West Green Street LIQUORS OXQARB an H 4i f t tt t H i6WI H IKNIGUTS OP COLllBUS 1 Lute News That Will Interest Elsewhere Oklahoma City Knights have taken out a charter for a 25000 club house 1Detroit Knights are now active 1 inl preparation for the coming national1 conventionLast the third degree wasI conferred on a class of 100 in the State Armory at Syracuse Thirteen councils were ropre sented dt tho Colorado State conven tlon held this week in Denver About 400 Knights and visitors saw the three degrees conferred last week on a class of fiftyseven at Sallna Kas Texas Knights are planning to hold a grand Celebration at Austin n on October 12 which has been made a legal holiday The formation of clubs to attend the Columbus memorial dedication in Washington next May is being agi tated with prospects of gratifying success rii Owensboro Council largely in etcreased its membership Sunday Tho Shlyddegreenessing the initiation Tho order is growing fast in Col orado The councils at Pueblo Boulder Colorado Springs Denver and other cities have recently or soon will initiate large classes With most impressive exercises tho degrees were conferred on a class of thirtynine at Logansport Ind The work of District Deputy Fox and heartilylaudedSeventyflvo candidates were given the degrees at the Joint initiation hold by the Knights of South Bend and Notre Dame Ind District Dep ely Jerome Crowley and staff came ram Chicago to assist in the work J InmSTPRo lomDICltie Rev Father Mirth Eeteriey for sevens yeprs assistant Pastor wt J Lexinglioa t parish at Falmouth The appolnt I mel wMmde by fUie JUgbt Rev C 1P Maee Btebop of Covtogton life assumed lite new duties teat Satur day iFatiiac1I IDekmey was welll Leafington t at11slmct J MOTION riOTtmHSQD r IJ Naw pictures of a high elawi ord c will IK shown alt oflMiitcjfk at both Hie Orpheum and Otitao Thea ttBOthtkars ar6 rorallmen J 00 r lr Old Fashioned Baza FOR BHNE IT OF St Louis Bertrands Church MAY 1520 INCLUSIVE Bertrand Hall Sixth St near Oak Wednesday and Thursday May 17 an Nome Coming Days I FONTAINE FEIW High Class Family AmusemtntR- qFRCErCONCERTS Eveall1lbynap i XTRAGOOD VAUpEVILLl Two Shows Dally3 p ra 830 p DANCING Fleebestt Admission to Park Afternoons after 6 pm lOc Children acc nled by parents free at all times PHOENIX HILL PP- Opeti For the SCQSOJ NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DA Picnic l Socials f f 1 Outings This beautiful Fark has bee Improved and is furnished wi equipment throughouttSoC moftlated and are cooled tans so that meat and f phere do not deter patro theater affords a good re and an hours amusemen shoppers and business me IRISH GAVE rSpeaker Champ Clark skies over the House of lives with an Irish bias that brie 4n Its handle A aptformerpreeeoM to speaks Arthur Helll 9nor 3 aUltof Conhei blackUiorn root Dame al fantastically cai ca n 1a ntP DJ a n- v a I r- a IJ KJQN UOKV IR1U MERI AJt Ii BE SURE TO CALL FORI McKENNA WHISKYT i IT IS ALWAYS PURE- r w lit McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ity t t tDJ DOUGHERTY S J McEtUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALVaCCASIONS All Calls Answtnd Promptly Day or Night WEST MARKET STREET 11231++4 ttt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 I J BARRETTS SONS DIRECTORSrAND EMBALMERS S8S gast JMCain Street sit ran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETCa TELEPHONE 810 OMAS KEENAN iral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365- Is promptly attended to day or night krUce furnished for all occasion E W MARKET ST endent of All Undertakers IB AGNES SMITH DY EMBALMER and Dressing Ladle and Children a Specialty MID PHONE 1077 d new Styles and Shapei re at reasonable price 1111 CI MBRIDEBe- llsteln Co URANGE d Main 3925m e583G i Fo h and Mai i 1ANTSf f Rosesf rope Etc aspecialtyPRICES HULZ- IRIST TH AVEI 8 223 = BROSe e LIQUORI UeDMU of XaWhy v elsonJDND e MXTM trmiT b N eNHNWt1NitW AVENUE 11- IIII HIGHTSIXACTSSIX GLASS VAUDEVILLE I I New Pictures Every Day i10 30 TO IIen 1030i tiHOPKINSTHEATERi High Class Vaudeville AND v Motion Pictures ADMISSldN 10 CENTS Three shows dallyrSunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pie ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre senting only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic ICEHFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill pUrlcels made from distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish ice for all occasions and in any quan tity Both Phones 297 i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED iN ECorPmlabd Floyd Street M ONUMENTStiVe Barre t Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the Jargeatand belt asibrtment we have ever carried wbkh we ells o2er at a bargain PteaM give as al- lMULDQON v r Monument Company 813 W Green St LouLsyIIe Ky nJ tI NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB j SPRING TjventyrThree Days Racing Beginning Derby Day on Kentucky Oaks Day MEETINGNEW THE KENTUCKY DERBY AND 13 I SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY ANNUAL DRILL or And Inspection Brought Knights of St John Into Action Local conmiandories of the Knights of St Jonu held their an nual Inspection and drill at Phoenix I I 11111 Park last Monday night Each ot the conimanderles made an ex cellent showing ibut dn point of nuni tiers St Edwards Commandery from St Anthonys parish was the largest and St Michaels Con mandefy trout St Peters parish was next Each commandery was greeted by applause as it appeared on the floor ot ithe hall Regimental drill was led by Col Joseph Breen and staff The In specting officers were Col Joe Blocker Col Betz Major H A Vonderhelde Lieut Col Julius Daud and Major Clem Wlegand The various commanderies appeared in new and neat uniforms and the reg imental gathering formed a grand ensembleJust the Inspection was completed Col Breen approached Georgo Kruse of St Edwards Corn mandery and plnnpd on his breast an emblem of the order Mr Kruso was itaken by surprise and was given no chance to voles his thanks Then came drills by St Edwards St Michaels and St Martine Com manderles Each commandery won applause for ithe work performed After the drills there was a reunion and dance All tile old and new KnigMs and their ladies partic ipated ttEKMAJSS PROTEST Free Text Books Opposed For Public School Pupils The German Catholics ot Illinois are pntesting against being taxed for free text books for the public schools of the State Delegates to the quarterly copferenco of the Ger nwu Catholics of llltaiola met at Springfield Last week and approved the stand stakcn onttto subjectfby the lllolntols Legislative Committee Chaliman Freund of that tom committee has produced statistics InI the Legislature to show that 130000 pupils are being eductited 4m the parochial schools and that It would be unjust discrimination to provldo Tree text boUks for the public school pupils and not for tho children who attend the parochial ecillools The report of the quarterly confereAIco will be presented to the Stage Fed eration of Germany Societies which will be held at Belleville Ill on Sunday May 25 UEXKWBD ILEDGEfi Members of Holy Trinity Toitnl Abstinence Association Now Albany renewed their pledges to abstain from the use of intoxicating liquors at Holy Trinity church last Sunday The obligation was taldminlstered by the Rev Father Chiairles Curran pastor gf the church The sermon was preached by the 3U v Father Maurfco OConnor assistant pastor of St Augustines Jeffersonvllle PASSIOX1ST MISSIONARY iRev Father Xavier Sutton the noted Pasalonlst conducted a most succesBful mlselon this week for non Catholics at Sioux City Iowa The mission was held In the Cathedral of the Epiphany under the direction f- Right Rev Bishop Gairieaim EUCIIKB LOTTO COFFEE Members of St lulsCJburoh hwve arranged to giVo a ouclire lotto rand coffee1 sociall ln the school luau Jack son wind Kentucky streets on arpn day May 59 The fternotw gains will begin t3 oclock and the even lug gomes at 8 otclock HOPKINS TJ1EATEU iPelham the hypnotist will be theI main feature in the vaudeville lineI at Hopkins Theater next week j Clyde Lorettas Art Models will also be a feature With the exception of Sundays hereafter the admission willi be Only ten cents NEW CURATE The ReV Father Wjlliam B Curry of Washington D C arrived in Tiexington last Sunday and beg been appointed awlatant pastor of St Paulschurch He succeads the Rev Father M Jl Delaney CREranrpsf COLL GB SUFFERS Oreighton CG1I8cn ijoad 4 the big Jesuit JJnlverlty ot the Central Wet l fferedl a love M 560000I by fire on Monday Prompt work of Oroaba firemensaved tie collage From total dwrtruotknu BR1H cNTDjAD n OM etudelei of kftj r f Cot eJlegs JWert aorryon Monday wh8n they Jernd iaC bbe death ot the Rev i Brothar Vincent nrhiett took PJMt at AttAialore ott Buoy Brother Vhvcent WUonl of the taeehm att 1 t It Ir- tfji 1 fof St Javiers College for several and waB well liked in Louisville Prior to entering on his vocatlon Brother Vincent was known to hoI world as James OKeofe He was fiCtyono years old He had held importanco hood IRISH tOADS Are Superior to Those of Other European Lands At present there nre 3363miles of railway In Ireland and thesq rail ways are under tweitynlne separate managements Otost of the stock Is held by English capitalists The man agement te usually olmtlIrlsh or at least pntIiXaitlonallst and anti Catho lic English ownership and quasl linglish contain mlake ithe Irish rail way system subservent to English railway Interests Ireland Urns 74000 miles of rural roads while Scotland has only 24 OjOO Those roads are kept in repair by the various counties yet the new iPajllametat liar appropriated S000000 for ithe Improvement and comstiruotion of rural roads In Great Britain and Irelairtid Of this sum only 750000 has been allotted to Ireland Lt Is not offlotenth of the whole sum and yet Ireland is en titled to ia fitith at least Ireland is perhaps the best roaded country In Europe Owing to the geological formation of the country the cost tit construction is very high Hemico the tax levied for roads in Ireland is about three times what is collected in otter ports of the United Kingdom IJISUOP OUONAGUUE BETTER The Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue who recently submitted to a surgical operation at St Josephs iI Infirmary was able to leave that Institution on Sunday evening His annual tour of the diocese to admin ister confirmation will soon begin FOHTX IIOUJIB1 IltAYKU The Forty Hours devotion will ltefilr4at 95ept1 e Urnha s Asylum ICrR1 mill tomoroow morning BurljnE tta throe days ex erclses Father Bactimann the chap lain cwJ11bo assisted by several clergymen town the city FONTAINE FERRY PARK FOntafne Ferry Park opened its gates for the season last Sunday and thousands took advantage of the sunshine and good weather The park never looked prettier All the old amusement devices and several new one were at Work to lure pa trons to enjoy themselves The theater was croWded both afternoon and evening The band gave concerts both afternoon and evening during the week An extraor dinarily strong bill Is Promised In the vaudeville line for not week SHOWS IMlHOVEMENT Rev Father James Dillon pastor of the PLeary Home who has been quite ill at St Anthonys Hospital Is much improved but several weeks may lapso before he will be able to leave the hospital to resume his duties H 1tJDJI IiATEST IX STVIJilS ILaco combined with net Is much used Feathers are slowly coming back tiff the coiffure I 1 1aiJ Still veiled are the various parts ot miladire costume Natural Inenfl are In greater demand than colors this shoitt evening skirt bas bad its daiJ xcepC for young girls fTJioro iifEl Ta tendency to makd up simple dresses WdUlo11taUn4n Aigrettes but of the man fac tured types are popular as trimming Many llttlb evening fneks are trimmed with cofda of precious atones or beads iio imitate them AMsmy of Uio Eton jackets inivo raise rover They are either the supple folded situ shapes or the straight that lopes isofteet afcln Js now used for all peW Oits It rJsa Tad at the season to hwe the ietiUcoait for a tetroct Bait match the shade of the Ming of the coat Colored OJolngs rather ttoan whitj9aro fashionable MANS BASEST Itsonly nether anything will do for her I If the words are trot often expressed the thoughtJs too often acted upon And yei If We stop to think Common decency Jells us that oalythebeetls good enough for rq flMH = that her devotion whlcb BuvpftiM ell other love to deeervlng off the deepeai iapeot and aff otloBf and that to forg t Jiar latire bfcokMt rand boiioot orima that eu man ctuq m4tMAKIc JIjppy HO11MC IQPi doaotitatreablt tt ni U lrg VHCOOMI ttl lme awMMint oJ lOVe pkntyof OotQdIII t floaieMrr- jI o 1 i t f r1 I Rev Lawrence lord Takes Place of Late father Murphy The Her Father Lawrence B Ford f1rmerlyasslstant pastor of St latrJ1lschurchhas been formally named as pastor of St Williams church to succodd the Rev Fattier Dents Murphy recently de ceased Father Ford has been as sistant to the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G at St Patricks for several years The appointment Was made on Tuesday and Father Ford assumed his now duties on the following day Father Ford was born In Louisville about fifty years ago and attende- dI Johns school He received hisI early Instruction from the Very Rev Father Bax Later he attended St Josephs College Bardstowni and then completed his studies at Preston Park Seminary He was or dained by the late Bishop McCloskey about tAventyslx years ago The new pastor of St Williams Is an earnest worker and will soon win the hearts of the people who are noiw sorrowing over the death of Father Murphy DERBY DAY LouisvilleI Will BeThronged With Visitors Today The spring meeting of the New Louisville Jockey Club will open at Churchill Downs at 230 oclock this afternoon Of course the big feature will be the great Kentucky Derby which will be run about 4 oclock There will be about eight starters willibe anybodys race from such a field The management has declared a free field today and good weather will Insure an attendance larger than ever before Special trains will bring visitors from Lexington Frankfort Cincinnati Chicago and points In Western Kentucky Racing will continue for twenty threo days The stake events next week will be as follows TuesdayDebutante stakes for twoyearold fillies Thursday Colonel stakes for threeyearolds and upward SaturdayClark handicap three yearolds and upward Under the regime of the Kentucky Racing Commission Louisville and Lexington are enjoying clean spprt The eyes of New York and Chicago are on the people of this Stato and it would surprise few people If Illinois and New York did not emulate Kentuckys example by en acting similar legislation in those States TRADEMARK FRAUD Advices from Dublin say that a delegation of prominent Irishmen will soon visit the United States to ask President Taftand members of Congress to so amend American pat ent laws that goods bearing an Irish trademark will not be infringed upon JohnP B landLord Mayor of Dublin will head the delegation I Several Catholic clergymen will be among the delegates MAOKIN COUNCIL Hon Samuel L Robertson presided over a well attended meeting of Mackln Council on Monday night Jams Mullarkey was reported 111 and Michael Carroll was reported tin I theIbut interesting AVENUE THEATER Manager Ward promises another series of six high class vaudeville acts for the Avenue Theater next week The motion pictures present ed at the Avenue are changed everyday The performances run continually each day front 1030 oclock a m until 11 oclock p m The pictures alternate with the vaude rills turns mEND OF LABOR Cyrus W DavisY proprietor of the WatervUle Sentinell the only paper In tall Maine parylngf the label of the Typographical UntnW8s recently elected Secretary of State Davis was twice candidate for Governor of the Sfate of Maine and Is consid i Bred one of the very beet friends union labor has in that State CLOSED SEASON Mackin Councils Social Club closed it series ot winter and spring dance with B festive night on Thursd y of this week Each dance of the series had a wpRraie Betting and all proved most a en Jjoyable fr SPJMJIAI MR TING Y I rto tJouncIl T Mi Ii Onrini= be bald a spselal ii4 on sddarettfro orro FRANK FEHR BREWING CQ XNOOR1aORArUD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OTTTT 1mfTi SPECIAL BREW f Is Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKEQMANB- REWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE Y Climb Phone West 191 Nome Phone I9fj Tin + WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength and excellent IYeII Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky TOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE I- CYJOHNFOERTELCO INCORPORATEDrBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 IOUlSVUero PALLS CITY BREWING COe INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Farnily Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb Will 6fr I SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light SIMPLY CHARMING I AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 I On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc I PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET 1JLBrownfieldCo 553 THIRD ST Encinnr and Contractorr STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Don t Build Wlthutseelng Me Home Phone 7846 Give ywr boys M MicatlM that will pre trt taeII hr JUi 5T trR CQLL GIE- Ii LyalevlfeKyi 1 I LuMIwttDI sadwsrMCoarErothemdClwICal e urwiztq TwIa t Moderate Oro1F- ri a CB THOMPSON FLORIST3yONJLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attentionNAnd satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvillev lad own and manage private hospital or the care and treatment of Inane and splleptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to OTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL ioarln Avenue KIRY A I J1 pULSC DYER AND GLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED PbonUJII 528 Fifth Street CENTRAL FURNITUREa Incorporated N W Cor Third and Oreeisu We furnish the home coals plete on easy payments WM CALLAOIIAN Mir Salts Dept HfRRY tIUNOLDHT- tLIX IN i Stapti and Fmy j A FIRITCLASI IAMPU IN CON CTION tiltaQpeCLlh ISPbii wa 524W uI vpt M VR1rIiii- r R r IRYsii A112iiIcA1 w r ct THE iBioT STORE Special SaleYoung Men sSuits 750High Quality Classy Clothes Stunning Cassimeres and Worsteds in nifty patterns THE BIG STOREMIL- TON I M MARBLESTONE CO 424 511Between Values Our MethodsPiano == In advertising our piano Values and our methods it is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent lined the course to pursue id selecting a pianoone of real worth for the money you Invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano I the day you make your selection by investing a small amounteof paymentOur must convince even the most doubt ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to be wpll considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHM Incorporated MUSIC COI aUfIii6BO rCZJ XII AVENUE = aa9I I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2112 Sr a a s 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY Kara Phone ijaj 01B W JVXARKISX tTKl I Y- OQBVOBB8 oQ SHOES and SLIPPERS We have the most complete line of Footwear ever exhibited in this city which is being sold at reasonable theirrCOMMUNION ann GONFIRMflTION You will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made r VOLZ A MICHAELr 336 WEST MARKET ST JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Nome Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS f AWNINGSANDTENT8 A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and bitter work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attend to Estimates cheerfully furnished r Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427U01 N THIRD STII It t IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUPACTURRl BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated a First and River Both Phonei 2317 Also operating Hoosier Watt Flatter Plant LoulnlllaIC Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone ASS GEHER Q SON of 215 WEST MARKET STREET ssti THE CBIBBRATBD NijRIH STAR REFRIGERATOR JThInsulationvThe QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE as Combines not a few but all features of practical value that ar considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range NOEQUALIti oablkv DRJ Ttl 113 YtttriMry sugary and- Drse ShotiB Forge o lSCIJEMTITK AW ftACTKAti orrKOftSE soElNG FtptiM celPr Wha- Ph and sa 1111 OPPICIAlarU7I- W POtOE lpYl1NTIt1TM11 airn r u r ai i DOUGHERTY CANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED BestGradePittsburg and Jellico Coal OFFICE AND YARDS FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA Home Phone Parkland 27 Cumb Phone South 327Y r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes More than COO members attended the annual stag of the Milwaukee Hlberians Tomorrow all the members In Indianapolis will visit St Johns church and receive holy communion President John Hennessy declares tha Division 4 will remain in the lead no matter what pace tho others setLast Sunday the wight Indian apolis divisions held their big Joint initiation and largely increased their membership The initiation last week of thirty members was made the most pre tenuous event in the history of the order at Janosvllle Wls President Murphy will be preent at the meeting of Division 1 next Tuesday night and expects to see an unusually large attendance of meal bers The County Board wilt soon deride the time and place for the an nual celebration and every effortt will be made to have it surpass any heretofore given The divisions In Jefforsonvllle and New Albany are moving along quietly but successfully Both ex pect to hold midsummer outings for their members and friends The degree work at the coming in itiation of Division 4 will be of the highest order and all monibee who attend will be well repaid for th time they spend with the Limcrlc- men There was a large gathering Sunday in St Patricks church a Pueblo Col when the Hibernian a received holy communion In a body and the Knights appeared for the first time in their now uniforms There will ibe an Interesting meet- Ing of the Ladles Auxiliary on Wednesday evening Miss Mary Corcoran will preside and It is exported that a number of now mom bers iwlll make their appearance The last of the moving picture en tertainments for the benefit of Divis ion 3 will be given Wednesday evening at the Globe Theater Twentieth and Portland avenue when some very tine Irish views will be presentedOur Auxiliary expects to jrovlde a pleasant evening for its friends on Wednesday May 24 when the apron dance will be given at Schrelbertf Hall Twentysixth and Bank streets for which invitations are now being distributed Division i meets Wednesday night and as the business will ibo important every member should attend This division especially mourns the death of the late Father Denis Murphy and appropriate action will be taken to commemorate his memory Proto Rohan Judges Sheridan and Donovan Joseph Callan Matthew Carpenter and Lawrence Couway went from Milwaukee to Madison last Sunday to speak at a boosters meeting preliminary to the organization of a division in the Capitol CityThere should be a big gathering Monday night when Division 3 meets at Nineteenth and Portland Interest will center in the report of the Captains of the teams now waging the most axotting membership con test yet hold by the Ancient Order In Louisville DOUBTjE1l Aim President Grayson anti Manager Del Howard have called off the game at Eclipse Park for this afternoon on account of the Derby and will play a houbleheiVRer with Columbus to morrow afternoon when a record breaking crowd is expected as en nptivonof the Colonels and all around the Association circuit lt is the consensus of opinion that If our pitchers Improve Louisville ia certain to be a predictionsImadeproven in the last two weeks one that Minneapolis was playing past their form having lost six games In row and the other that the Col nbputtieopiniondonerposltlonaccordligto I the good showing of both Look out for some hedging on th part in the next week or two lrII LoulsvUfehw1ll returning i Paul Kansas Clay Milwaukee and- inneapolis Itfturn The attendance j the weekday games has been i ery good end Louisville Is draming or well as any town in the circuit arenowIijr He CHAMlJON CHASERS TEAM i The Ie Champion Chasers have I organized a baIssued the city a lial1clubandbavEfff or previous condition tff erV The lineup ivU be ea fol t8In11lutLblrd1aH firepesoSilk right field TboBHuita synch J pitatybr = Harry Reldkr enter fifdr Samuel Leigk4oB 1 Ik field t7tlrtua ahortrtapt J C WIOBteber parry OHwa utllly rWJaIIWtUh1 tlnki the IC Champion n FOR FurnitureOf at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentWllllam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tom klns Recording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dolan TreasurerThomas P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday BroadwaykPresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Williamt T Financial SecretaryJohn J Keacey Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresldentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G lIesI sfonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms rJames Steve- nSentinelThomas sI Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Stree- tPresidentJotiaelTiIleanessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry I Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole MurphyRecording Mc Grody HoganTreasurerB SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Glcason Marshal Michael Noon Y JMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth RobertsonViceJ cock A 0 Link Financial SecretarYF 0 Adams OsborneCorresponding burgTreasurerW LinkMarshalJ I SheehanInside Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart t yEBl 1t1b toJfI I 30 Years Headacbe 4 I cKoenlgaceased this letter he can write to me of lesMfls the pain and quiets the nerves i 1 FREE ttllqsl 1910I16yearaoldptacewlth qntiandeannotltanybody ErwinForByrneLUchfteldleepleasI188SandIntellectual MPastorEthereforethewonderfulA Valuable look onNer- shvouts0lseeeesisABnsptebotUto II taaaII tbf toftWayne KOENia III10iUM fcy r il U N l1 riot BMtt 1i for 5ttarp saner 17Si INMlM ter M gameNltliItlt iDetidlMe h1r Jisia ors feafarrrs 4f G- ridayyeprUrldai SJOWBK i IRELAND Record of the Most Important of1 the Recent Events Culled From Exchange IteUelngOffiooyears resigned the position The death of Jumtes bitter of Kllcjjilea Abbeyfebtof nt the age of 102 removes from West Limerick Its oldest resident The people of Llstowel have de cided to erect a memorial to the late Canon Davis whose death took place a short time ago potatoes won sentenced to fourteen days im prisonment at Batllntubbcrf- Tho Kilkenny Corporation con gratulated Alderman James Nowlaia on bls Unanimous ireeleotlon as President pf tire Gaelic Athletic As sociation At a meeting of the MoMIl Guardians iDr Thomas Reynolds of Baljlnnmiore wits unanimously elected medlcpl offlcr nt the Rowan Dlspenspry District Deep regret has boon expressed in OeAvveypMcAVoy daughter of Newjya oldest and most respected merchant Felix OHagan J Po Four ladies Mlss JIUrphy Mrs Barry Miss iDay and Miss Conner have deckled toil stimd as candidates COTkTheyparties The death of Simon CMoOuire editor qf the W xford Free Press bps caused widespread regret He was editor of the Free Press sInce its es tablishment in 1888 Ills father Hugh iMcGuire WillS exMiayor of Vexford AVJillo a farmer Lamedl Richard Walsh aged fiftyJive ycjurs woo crossing the railway lino between Mllltown rand Btlllntlne County Gal way he was run down by the pass sctager train from Sligo to Tuam aind was dragged Rihkut thirty yards be lag killed instantaneously The iComrmitolty of St Marys Dominican Convent at Kingstown has lost Its oldect member through the death of the vetaerabto Sister JUary Jfraeph Bourke at the age of eighty six years sixty of which were de- Voted to the service of God in the Dominican order Late frost him 6ne Incalculable Injury to the flax crop IniMldArniogh and Smith Tyrone districts Many farmers availing themselves of the long spell of dry weather sowed their flax seed much earlier this season that in former years rand the braird bus beefni 1badly burned by the frost Members of the V stmeath County Council at a special meeting protested agal3 t Judge Currane decision at MulHngjiT Imposing a charge for compensBitlrin for cattledriving on the county at large and tt wes decided to appeal both on that ground and on the gronind of exces rive damages One of the most venerable links wJth old time Crfrrlckmaeross life bias been removed in the death of Mrs Mary Smyth at Mullenarry She WIi one of the good old stock and had passed her eightieth year when called away Her life was Ian exemplary one and to her quiet way she made boats of friends Great regret Is expressed at the news of the dctfUi of John IMcIner aey of Cratlot KJounty Clare which occurred in a iDtiblin private hospital Ills health for some considerable time lTid been tallSce end the resultI wins not unexpected Mclnerney had been Chairman of Iltnenck Boord cf Guardians for msarly thirty years and was a promlndnt figure In public life tt Ml I10WLKRS BANQUET The Queen of Nelson and Centralgsl Coal Iron Company bowling closed their season with a banquet at the Gait House last Saturday even ing The Queen of Nelson had a most successful season winning over 400 In prize money being one of the leading teams at the St Louis national tournament making the best showing ewer made by a Louis ville or Southern team at that ornate The Central Coal Iron Company team won second honors in the Mer chants League here and will roll at the Chicago tournament next season Those present at the banquet worn Hllmar Ehrmann AF Martin S P Owen J3 Barry A D Gregg T N Selbert William Fruechtentcht C C- Link John Lubbers Fred Schmidt Fred St ngell M Barry JFOetken J N Kinberger Jerry Drls oll Luke Schmidt F P Burke and Martin Greggs orchestra furnished the musical programme STATE COUNCIL MEETS The State Council of the Knights Columbus met at Henderson on onday and Tuesday ito transact routine business and tiled officers ach of the eighteen councils in the Strife were represented by one or more delegates Every council was own to be ierICallyan l iflnan t cWiy BOHiid The following State l officers were eeloted James C Rogers Lexington State Dgputy George A Berkley Louisville Secretary John S Rodman bw nflWnro EIlaabethttownt i Newport War4 n Hon La Wga Clements htOiasUoroUelegate to National Oetiiwil T P Con nMi otrdl H wDf Alftttd Delker H BdeN4H and 3 R Rdordan of- goMnRbunore nwetl as rlternlutea u I 1 NNNN N N ANA K1P4Ntt i4 N N Ni1 WHITE GOODS FOR Childrens Confirmation Dresses Write For Samples Mail Orders Promptly Filled French India Lawn a fine Linen Lawns sheer quality sheer fabric 32 inches wide 36 inches wide well worth 29cpriceMercerized Imported Batiste Fancy White Lawns 1in fancy = IS inches beautiful quality checks plaids stripes and u 20C1goodsgood value at 75c sale CHp worth 20c sale price 1011 2CIbeautifulmedium45 inches wide regularquality regular39c18cperMercerized Lingerie Cloth Imperial English Nainsook 40 inches wide medium weight soft finish 36 inches sells reg our 25c grade ularly at 12 l2c sale cial at per yard spe19c price per icd 99c I HE Srm1n5 l SON5 0 f ifi WILLIAM ADDAMS CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNORQ 0 r Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party at the Primary to Be Held July 1 1911 BICYCLESNational guards coaster brake large motorcycle saddle Guaran teed throughout Special price 4200 National without mudguards 4000 Dayton G J tires mud guards coaster etc 3750 Princeton high grade equip ment 3000 Daytonia goodvalue for 1500 Baseball Specials I 100 Leather Lined Glove large size 60c SutclifFe American 1125 Ball 100 Interscholastic Ball size horsehide cover J 75c High School League I 25c Junior League Ball I r tfJ 220 OlltlsWlNNNN NN NN j For Your Furniturer W I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREB425 427 and 429 East Market Streej ONETHIRDON We are making a special offer of oae third ofi the regul aDiotherJustg f ber all 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