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I r n IiU L 9 o1 4 r I f1 t If iLt tlfrl KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXVINO 20 LOUISVILLE sATURLi AY MAY 20 191L PRICE FIVE CENTS HISTORYI OItf Hall a Ceptury Ago That has Been Forgotten by Many Old Resident ot Louisville TOlls Story ot Those Slirrlim Times Oiie Time When Famous Sixty htnth jReglmct Disobeyed Orders I THAT MASON SLIDELL AFFAIR I Several days ago a group of Louisville Irishmen were dlscusslpg Gen Nelson A Miles tribute to the gallant members of the famous Sixtyninth Regiment ot New York The new members of the regiment and the veterans recently celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of these Irish soldiers starting for the front in the civil war Gen Miles is the first medal of honor soldier in the United States and is probably the highest authority in the military history of our country Among other things he said to the assembled sol diersYou carry on your flag this motto that the Sixtyninth never disobeyed an order and never lost a flag To my certain knowledge It helped to capture many The corps captured something like thirty at Gettysburg nearly a dozen at Antie tam more at Spottsylvanla in fact the Irish Brigade captured more flags and more guns in that cam paign of 04 than were captured the rest of the Union army byII merIItedHad I been in New York on that occasion I might have contradicted Gen Miles on one ipolnt The members of the Sixtyninth through their Colonel Michael Corcoran did dis obey an order The younger mem1 bers of the group gazed open mouthed It could not be possible that Mr Kavanagh Intended de tracting from the merits and fame of this fighting Irish regiment Ho soon sot their fears at rest Yes thoy disobeyed jinorder he said The Prince of Wales who many years later became Edward VII King of England visited New York in I860 The Adjutant General of New York ordered out the Sixtyninth Regiment with other troops to act as an escort to the British Prince Col Corcoran I who was holding a clerical position In the Now York Postoffice flatly refused to call out his Irish soldiers to honor a scion of the bouse of Gueph The Adjutant General or dered him to be tried by court mar tial for disobedience of orders Other members of the regiment felt like Col Corcoran but the war broke out soon after and before the courtmartial hadi concluded its work There were some level heads In New York In those days and one of them went to Horace Greoley then in his prime as editor and polit- Ical leader told him to see that the courtmartial was stopped and Corcoran and his regiment would go to the front Mr Greeley tele graphed the Governor of Now York the courtmartial was abandoned and within a week Col Corcoran was marching down Broadway at the head of 1300 Irishmen that were willing to die for the Stars and Stripes but who were unwilling to appear on dress parade for the Prince of Wales This is some history that Gen Miles has forgotten or never knew At that time I was in San Fran cisco continued Mr Kavanagh and when the telegraph brought the news of Corcorans refusal to order out his regiment there were enough of us there to collect a sum sufficient to buy and send him a solid gold medal three inches In diameter and onefourth of an Inch thick and appropriately Inscrthed Corcoran was proud of that medal u happened to bo the secretary of the committee that collected the funds to buy that tribute of California cnIgravedwith that medal pinned on his breast I Mr Kavanagh also gave a brief account of the arrangements made In JJan Francisco Tor sending back to Ireland the remains of Terence Bellow McManus a Fenian patriot who had been assassinated in that city Mr Kavanagh was secretary of the committee that accompanied the remains to Ireland About that time the MasonSlidell matter was c occupying the attentIon of nations on both sid sof the ocean Mr Kavanagh actually saw the British trpops embarking that were intended to ad the Contederacy against the r Union He was called upon to ad 4dress Tnedllng of Irishmen who were AmerlcaiTlryrapatblzerB at the Dublin Rotunda on the night of December 5 1861 At that meeting The ODonaghutf ldedHe was grandnephew of Daniel OConnell r Resolutions were adopted opposing J Unglandii Intervention between the warrln Beetipna qt the American werCrJ5Ql c u TtotHNda ind there iirer 10000 wtp n S no were unable to gain entrance but stood oufsfHe to show that they wore not In sympathy with England Of the 5000 mon inside the hall there were 2500 picked members of the Fenian Brotherhood who had orders to protect Mr Kavanagh from arrest and to prevent day interference with his speech at all hazards He was recognized as a Yankee Fenian His presence In Dublin was unknown until he was Introduced toy Chairman ODonaghue After the cheering that followed his Introduction had subsided Mr Kavanagh thanked those assembled for their cordial welcome and for the resolutions that had been adopt ed Then ho said slowly and Im- pressivelY If England fires one hostile shot at the American flag it will sound the doom of the British empire There are hundreds of thou sands of men In America who did not want this civil war but they would throw up their hats and rejoice to take a shot at the bloodstained flag of St George These sentiments made Mr Kav anagh the hero of the hour with the Irishmen of Dublin but he was persona non grata to English police He was an American citizen and was neither arrested or molested Soon after he left Ireland on his return to America and landed In New York In the early part of anuary 1862 On the very day he set foot In New York a set of American colors the gift of California IrlsTrmen was presented to the members of the Sixtyninth for valor on the field The presentation speech was made by Hon Richard OGorman who afterward became Corporation Counsel in New York The Collector of Customs for the port of New York also occupied a seat on the platform After Mr OGorman had finished the presentation speqch Mr Kavanagh was recognized by sonie of the Now York Fenians and was compelled to ad dress the assembled audience He congratulated the members of the Sixtyninth on their valor and ex pressed rogrel That they had not had a change t6fight for Ireland IRISH SONG And Comedy Act Will Be Peature at Gayety I Theater FrAnk and Kate Carleton In a few minutes of Irish song and humor will be the feature of the bill at the Gayety all of next week Mr and Mrs Carleton have been seen and hoard In Louisville before They have a refined comedy act that catches the eye the ear and the heart of Irish luen and women Their act was so well thought of lu Brooklyn N Y that they received the following letter from the head of the United Irish Societies of AmericaMr Frank Carleton Broadway Gayety Girls Company Philadelphia Pa While you were at one of our local theaters It was my privilege to see the beautiful and artistic act presented by Mrs Carleton and yourself In which you sang the de lightful old melodies of Erin in such a magnificently impressive manner that my friends and I were corn pelled to see your act for the second time while you were in New York We were all so delighted that the sad sweet rollicking music of Ireland was being rendered In a manner worthy of the minstrels of her sad but glorious past that we determined to have a large delegation from our Irish societies see your splendid effort Unfortunately your company left this vicinity before we could make the necessary arrange ments All ray friends who were fortunate enough to isee this act join me in stating that you have regis tered an artistic triumph and we hope you may find means to com municate with me prior to your visit so that we may have an oppor tunity of showing Mrs Carleton and yourself Just how highly we appreciate your efforts to uplift Irish character sketches Personally I deeply regret having never met you and Mrs Carleton but hope to have that privilege soon Yours very truly Patrick J Hynes 487 Second street Brooklyn N YThere will be three performances daily one In the afternoon and two In the evening The Carletons have tin Irish act that will appeal to every Irishman in the three Falls cities succrnmsTO AGE Daniel J Meagher an old and re spected citizen of Frankfort died at his home there last Sunday He was eightyeight years old and death resulted from the Infirmities usually attendant upon old ago Mr Meagher had amassed a competency through hard work and thrift and was ac counted one of Frankforts wealth Ilest citizens Ho Is survived by his wife and four sons John Meagher one of Louisvilles License Inspect rs M J Meagher of Frank fort a member of the Democratic Executive Committee for the Seventh Congressional district and Dan Me gherJr and Ed Meaghor of Frankfort His funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Monday morning PIUS RECOVERSI IIPOPE X who had ben indli tojreeelveI nutelll aad three yisUJn Bishop on lW id8eeday The same i1eatrouna that be was ableto reeuwe- public ftudltnceeI frJ i I t o 7- t r rrCROWDS II Witnessed Blessing of Corner stone oi New Parochial School Knights ot St John and Mens = Societies Participate in i Pageant ltghtsltev Bishop ODonaghiio Presided at Impressive Exercises SERMON BY THE FATHER RUFF I The chief event of the past week In local Catholic circles was the blessing of the cornerstone of St Vincent do Pauls new schoolhouse Shelby and Oak streets at 4 oclock last Sunday afternoon It was at tended by all tho solemn pomp and ceremony of the Catholic church and was preceded by a splendid street procession of the Knights of St John and mens societies of St Vincent de Paul church The Right Rev Bishop had so far recovered from his recent indisposition that he was able to preside at the exercises Promptly at 4 oclock the proces sion of acolytes and clergy loft St Vincent de Pauls rectory and wend ed Its way to the site of the now school building The Knights of St John with drawn swords lined either side of the pathway A censer bearer led the way Ho was accompanied by acolytes and was followed by a cross bearer Then came the members of the church I choir singing hymns and fifty altar j boys followed Next came the clergy Last of all walked the Bishop accompanied by his Vicar I General the Very Rev James P Cronin After the cornerstone had been blessed and set in place Father Cronin in a few words happily con gratulated the pastor and parish in the Bishops name and in the name of himself and fellow clergymen Ho expressed the hope that Almighty God would shower upon the pastor and people of St Vincent de Paul parish bountiful blessings so that at1anbYttheassistant pastor of St Vincent de Paul church He took his text from Matthew xxvlil 1920 His address was delivered in German He said II part I A Catholic school is a vast civic Improvement for any neighborhood Germantown being an example The Catholic church from the has watched over her beginningII manes and universities mother No education is complete without a religious training In the Catholic school the child is not only taught religion but It also practices schools1keepschools in secular training How ever to make a school a success parents must assist not only with money but also by setting good ex- amPles at home I I When the clergy intoned the To Deum the vast throng assembled Joined in the chorus Holy God We Praise Thy Name The following members of the clergy attended the exercises Right Rev Denis ODonag hue Very Rev James P Cronin Rev Patrick Monaghan Rev Dr George W Schuhmann Rev Will lam Gausepohl Rev John Bohlsen Rev 8 J lIe sa Rev Herman Tan sen Rev James Assent Rev John Pfeiffer Rev H J Rbtheut Rev Thomas A York Rev Seraphlm Schlang O M C Rev Constantine Schaaf O F M Rev Richard Wurth O F M Rev Ignatius Wllkens O FM Rev C IL Ruff and the Rev A J Thome pastor of the church and builder of the new school house I I IThe following members of St Vincent do Paul parish constitute the school building committee F JOllophII Herrmann Chairman Johu Walter Secretary Leopold Guenther Henry Dlsselkemper H Voor John Dlssel keraper Joseph NIeman Sr Peter Gerstle John D Blumhofer Frederick Klumb Anton SchwelterSj Henry Brumleve Henry Walter Ji John Hoeferle and George Hoar mann Father Thome through thp Kentucky Irish American desires to ex press his thanks to all who partici pated in the magnificent parade pre paratory to the blessing of the cornerstone j of St Vincent do Pauls new school II The new school will be rushed to completion and will fee one of the I largest and best equipped school houses in the city I I I NEW ASSISTANT PASTOR The Rev Father 3ecundo Sstenaa has been appointed assistant at Bt Patricks church to succeed Rev Father Lawrence Ford recently made puotor of Sb Williams church Father Mensa was ordained about a year ago by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue BUSY DAY FOR OHTtnifBNf- A class el eighty fivr boys arid girls all aout twelve years old will reMlye thiilj first holy gowwuato riJ1Jfjj n r 4t 1k at St Vincent de Paul church at 7i 45 oclock tomorrow morning Solemn high mass will be celebrated In honor of the occasion At 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon the same children will be enrolled In the Rosary and Scapular confrater nities and Blessed Virgins Sodality The exercises will close rtvlth Bane diction of the Bleaeed Sacrament AT REST DiJonJames P a Veteran Railway Employe Is D iJames T Dillon an old and faith RallIway2641 Bank streQt on Monday He had been ill severalJ weeks and death I was not unexpected Mr Dillon was born in Ireland sixtyeight years hisIII and nt the close of the war he re turned to LoulsvOlo and conducted a pool and ibllllard room at the Louisville Hotel Twenty years ago he entered the service of the Louis yule Railway Company as a con ductor Two ears later he was made an inspector a position he held up to the time of his death The deceased was a member ot George H Thoma Post G A R Mr Dillon Is survived by his wire Mrs Barrett Dlllojn two daughters Mrs James McEHIott and Miss Ade laide Louise Dillon and three sons John Dillon dl j Buffalo James Dillon of Dallas fTexas and Frank Dillon of Louisville Besides he Is survived by a sister Mrs Jordan Nfary of Now York and a brother John Dillon owner of a plantation In South America The deceased was of a cheery disposition and had a pleasant greeting for all Ho was held In high esteem by his superiors and fellow workmen His funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady Portland on Wednesday and was attended by a host of his old time friends and associates I MEDAL AND ItOSAKY Additional Privilege For Those Who Desire Substitute The Apostolate jot the Rosary Is tllatlmanyt 1forin1vestedmedal may be worn about the neck or carried in tfib pocket or in any becoming manner about the person I Those who wish may attach the medal to their Rosaries I The faithful lire Invited through the columns of the Kentucky Irish American to consider becoming Rosarians thereby taking advantage of the extraordinary Indulgence of 100 years and 100 Lents for carry jag the beads To these beads which I they devoutly carry they can attach the scapular medal I The saintly Father Plus Massi S J who died recently figured out that Rosarians bythe private reclta lion of the five ducades on beads blessed by a Dominican or a priest authorized to give tho Dominican blessing can gain the seemingly in credible Indulgence of 485 years and fifty days RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Sarah P King took place Saturday morning from Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh officiating at the solemn oi sequles Mrs King was a native of this city and was held in high es teem by a wide circle of friends Surviving her are one daughter Mrs Martha Glenn with whom she resided at 1907 Colgan street and one son George King also four grandchildren Miss Lillian King Miss Mary Glenn and Joseph and John GlennII Charles Edward Vllllers seven teen years old tho son of Alexander Villiers died at the family residence 245 Carlisle avenue on Monday afternoon Hn was nnatlve of Louisville and is survived by his father and two brothers Tho do ceased was a young man of excellent 1 I worth and his untimely death is greatly regretted The funeral topk place from St Frances of Rome church on Wednesday morn I ngIII I The funeral ot Daniel Murphy who died at the OLeary Home on Sunday took place from StPat ricks church on Tuesday morning Ho is survived by one son J T Murphy and a daughter Mrs Mary Moran The deceased was about seventy years old Ho was a native lof Ireland but had spent more than forty years In Louisville and took an active part in Irish affairs 1 The funeral of Mrs Catherine Burke who died at her home 1227 Churchill street last Saturday morn ing took place from St Louis Bar trand church on Monday Death followed a stroke pf paralysis sustained six months previously The deceased was sixty years old and was the widow of Michael BurkeITme funeral of Michael J Black a tailor took place fromStPaf1 ricks ob rohOk Monday morning He iwai iBrfxtyBJae years old and hind long IJeen a sufferer froM asthma He U fwrVlrtd jby hU cwItitwo BORI l1Wr0- f ALL READY Big Production Promised For Each ot Mnckins Choral Shows I1Tlie Campus Promises to Be Best Amateur Show in Louisville Realistic Prize Fight Scene WillJ I IViii Plaudits From the Public COLLEGE BOYS AND FAIR COEDS Everything is in readiness for the performance of The Campus at the Mary Anderson Theater next Wednesday Thursday and Friday evenings and Saturday matinee It will have the greatest cast and largest chorus ever seen at an amateur production in Louisville The scenery will be appropriate and the costuming tasteful and pretty Wednesday night will be known as Catholic Womans Club night The Campus is another musical comedy with words and music by Aulyn Kanston composer of The Dreamers A Mile From Town Back to Town and Among the Stars It will be produced by Mackin Councils Choral Club The Campus deals with college life and Its ensembles are filled With sweet girl graduates and stalwart rahrah boys Suffice It to say that there Is a love story In the plot and that the climax occurs when the college champion knocks out a top notch professional pugilist in a regulation prizefight More than 100 people will be on the stage for this event All the necessary attributes such as manager referee timekeepers recorders etc will be In evidence Those who have never seen n prize tight will have an opportunity of seeing the next best thing in The Campus Miss Abbie Chester who has here tofore played soubrette roles with Mackins Coral Club Is to be the prima donna this year Her piquant beauty and vivacious manner will make her a new type of leading lady Miss Lanna Long a young lady with a wonderful soprano voice will bo heard to advantage as the College AVldoy IJWlBS Bertna1ohn h pretty and talented daughter of Col Hermann Cohn of the Anzelger will be one of the new stars As Betty from Bardstown she will have great opportunities Miss Cohn made a hit not long ago In the carnival Romance and Flowers The male members of the cast Include Beansy the boy from Boston impersonated by Louis J Klotfer Patrick G King the fair coed Thomas D Clines as Squab the col lege bird and George Kieffer a3 Hulabaloo the rahrah boy The opening of the second act will be a great scenic production The boys will appear in full dress and the girls In graduation gowns A unique feature of the prizefight scene will be the advent of collere boys wearing the respective colleg uniforms of High School Manual K M T and St Xaviers College and University School The various groups wilt sing the songs and give the yells peculiar to these schools The songs and dances Include the following Opening chorus and Clementine George Kieffer and full chorus Jack Mr Cllnes and chorus The Maid With the Dainty Duds Miss Cohn and chorus When We Were Kids Miss Long Mr Kanston and chorus Watch That LlttleDreamer Miss Chester Mr Clinics Mr Kanston and chorus cotillion and drinking cborushA Sip of Wino Miss Long and chorus The Incidental dance will be given by Miss Mary Louise Mlchot and Mr Kanston Other songs will be I Cant Find Out Miss Cohn and Mr Kanston Dont Blame That On Me Mr King and chorus On a Summer Night Miss Long and chorus Thats When a Fellows in Love Mr Clines and Miss Chester Id Like to Be the Prima Donna Miss Chester and mens chorus Paralyzed Mr Kanston and chorus The chorus is made up as follows Sweet Girl GraduatesAlvha Archer Rose Gans Gertrude Howe Lula lull Bessie Knox Johanna TlerneyIylna Kaheleo Mary Leonard Ruby Lyons Josephine Lewis Mattle Mills Helen Wllhelm Freda Doerrer Esther Do rrer Kathryn Feeney Estelle Glenn Bertha Miller Marie Mtchot Hattie Mills and Mamie SlobelSIJ Male StudentsFreshmen Toni Bradford Will Coakloy Charles Cronan Will End Louis Kress Fred Sehuler John Sheehan and Bernard I Schleman Juniors Edward Dillon Edward Gratzer Edward Schulpr Conrad Schaefer Charles Schulor John Morlarty Dominick ODonnell and Allen Wobben Seniors James Cassln Will Cassin Tom Duddy Os wald Georges John Gruesser John Meliner Earl Rellly William Schnell and John Scully- PRECIOUS GIPJ Rev Charles IV Kavanagh whoI had tilled the responsible position of Arehblsbopln JAre1lblllkopJv Hj U g ho said was the dearest possession he had in the world a small silver crucifix which he had brought from Ireland as a boy Father Kavanagh was born in St Francis Xaviers parish Philadelphia ANNIVERSARY Of Pounding of Catholic Knlshts Is Fittingly Observed The Catholic Knights of America In Hamilton county Ohio celebrated the thirtyfourth anniversaryof the founding of the order by attending solemn high mass and receiving holy church19tlast Sunday morning After the mass breakfast was served by the ladles of the parish Later In the forenoon the visiting Knights were shown various iparts of Hamilton county in automobiles At 230 oclock the Knights at tended solemn vespers and heard a sermon from Father Schell the pastor After vespers a reunion was held in the school hall B Neteler called the meeting to order and then handed the gavel to Vincent Beck man who presided the remainder of the afternoon The first speaker was Dr Felix Gaudtn of New Or leans Supreme President of the order He said that in thirtyfour years the order had paid 17000000 to 10000 families and that it was seven years ahead ot other fraternal organizations as it had adopted the National Fraternal Congress rate Others who made addresses were Gen Michael Reichert of Louisville and his staff from the Uniform Rank including William Aleehan Eugene McCarthy Charles Hill and Joseph McGinn Supremo Trustee Michael Quinn of Brooklyn N Y and Judge J C Romer of Celia Ohio also gave their views on mat ters of Importance to the order In the evening at 730 oclock Dr Gaudln and other visiting Knights were entertained with a banquet at the Gibson House Cincinnati Knights and their ladles were the hosts Covers were laid for 100 and Joesph Bernlng pre sided as toastmaster The Louisville visitors returned home loud in their praises of the treatment accorded them In the Queen CityII hEAT MISSIONII By eloquent Jesuits at St Mary Magdalens I Church I v 0 ot M I Two fathers of the Jesuit order will open a mission at SL Mary Magdalen church Brook street near College tomorrow morning at the 10 oclock mass The missionaries are the Rov Fathers Albert A Dierkes and Michael J Leary The mission will continue during the entire week Including Ascension day and close at 8 oclock on Sunday evening May 28 Thero will be special instructions for children from the age of seven to seventeen years at 3 oclock tomorrow Monday and Tuesday The complete order of exercises will be announced at the late mass tomorrow The time of a mission js a season of grace antI salvation It is a time I when men who have been trained to the work by long years of study and prayer come to a parish In order to recall the people to a better sens of their relationship with God During this time the people are expected to make the question of the salvation of their souls of the highest Importance They are also expected to resolve to attend the mission as often as possible to make a good confession and holy communion and to try to bring at least one negligent Catholic to the exercises rhe pasI tor Rev Father William Gausopohl Invites the general public to attend as often as possible I I OLDEST inSlloPI I I In United States Is Head of the Kansas City Diocese The oldest living Bishop in tho United States is the Right Rev John J Hogan head of the diocese of Kansas City During the second week of this month he celebrated the eightyfirs anniversary of his birth He has been a Bishop for fortytwo years Bishop Hogan and Cardinal Gibbons are the only mem bers of the American episcopacy who were present at the last Vatican Council In 1868 Bishop Hogan was appointed Bishop of St Joseph Mo His life has been an active one John J Hogan was torn in the County Limerick Ireland in 1830 He came to America in 1849 His collegiate education had been com pleted In Ireland and four years after his arrival In America bo was ordained priest He labored in various parts of Missouri until 1868 when on September 13 he was con secrated as Bishop of St Joseph Twelve years later he was transferred to the more important see of Kansas City FATHER LEO HONOREI It Is with great pleasure that the Louisville friends of the Very Rev Father Leo Greullch OM C Pro vincial of the Black Franciscans has been made one of the Counsellors of the Right Rey Patrick Ludden Bishop of Syracuse N Y FatMer Leo will fill the post with dignity and zealh j J- n t i t fINALE 1 Fight Over Lords Veto Bill Ends When Commons Makes i Decision I Liberals Dclont Tories by Mor Than One Hundred Majority Debate on Lord LniiHdownes Bill Renewed nut Lacks Enthusiasm PROSPECTS FOR HOME RULE Slowly but surely the members of the House of Lords are being over whelmed and within a short time the upper house of Parliament as now constituted will be ibut a memory The fight In the House ot Commons over the Lords veto bill was renewed on Monday night when an amendment to reject the whole bill was defeated by a vote of 362 to 241 The bill was then passed to Its third reading by th0 S3me majOr- Ity This ends the fight in that quarter When the vote was an nounced several members of the Liberal party shouted at tho Union- Ists Now toe the line and take it like men It Is expected tlfat the bill will go to the House of Lords ut an early date On the same night debate was renewed In the House of Lords on the second reading of Lord Lansdownes bill for the reconstitution of the House of Lords Speeches support Ing the bill lacked enthusiasm Lord Morley spokesman for the uovern mont insisted that the passage of the veto bill must precede any settlement or compromise with respect to the upper chamber He threw out the suggestion that in any reconstruction of the Lords the lumber would be restricted to 100 This Is regarded as foreshadowing the Governments purpose when the re form of the Lords comes before It Lord Lansdownes scheme for the reform of the House of Lords line not won a single Liberal and has made the Liberals now more confi dent and aggressive than ever The Lords have resolved to accept the veto bill on its econd reading The- eotWIl1 postpoxthajbseaun stages until after the coronation and then will begin an attempt to cajole the Liberals into a compromse of some kind The Liberals will be asked to drop the veto bill and ac cept a new and reformed House of Lords as a substitute This sug gestion has already been dismissed by the Liberals Then the Lords will propose the dropping of home rule from the scope of the veto bill That suggestion has been rejected with equal emphasis All their suggestions having been rejected the Lords will finally accept the veto bill in Its present shape and then will come the introduction and fight over the home rule bill From all indications the bill will be passed through the House of Commons by next summer If It Is rejected by the Lords a fierce agitation will open In the country and some persons suppose that with the veto gone the Lords may consent to some compromise which will relieve the Liberals and Irish from the necessity of passing a home rule bill the second and third time and wait- Ing another year before it becomes a law It is expected that the passage of a home rule bill will do much to ward uniting the English and Irish masses It will mean the opening of anew era of International amity the effects of which will spread far be yond the frontier of England and Ireland and indeed Is expected to pass beyond even the wider limits of the British empire Yet this is only a dream of peace o come Even should the Irish be given home rule tomorrow even though they would forgive the British for wrongs of the past they can not forget the glorious history of Ireland and the sacrifices and struggles of her chil dren for civil and religious liberty throughout the last ten centuries ARTH UK KENNED V Miss Leona Arthur and Vance Kennedy well kown people of thq West End will be united in marriage at St Charles Borromeo church on the afternoon of Jtnp 1 The groom holds responsible position with the National Tobacco Company and is a son of William Kennedy The bride Isa most charming and cultured young lady The maids of honor will be Misses Maggie Martin and Lucille Burns Joseph N Higgins arid Henry Fleece TNjll support the groom through the ordeal After a brief honeymoon trip Mr and Mrs Ken nedy will make their hqnie in Park land GETS NICE BERTH Capt Thomas Hanlpn pf New Al bany has been given a Congressional clerkship at Washington D C He will leave to assume his nwduteB next Monday The appointment was made by Con r4tmUl COX Chairl nJCxI ment Capt Hauloji iii a sUuach Democrat and deservi well of his 1N rty 1 11 Q- II a iii- wt a J t e u ty f- I n l1 K3jNTUOXYIRIBH AltEQRIOANe f KHVTu6Ky IRISH flMERlGfifl tcrpM 19 the Social and Moral Advanceraemeatfol Iflsh AraerlcMB and Catkollcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Cathoc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO lacorporated Publlahara SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY BC Bmlcfcd r UwLouUrlll PoltoHlce1 6 condCI J notUr ressall CoMSBieallMi Ite the KEmUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qtttm StI FDON TRADES COUNCIL OUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 20 19111I FAVORS LABOR Union labor never won a mightier Ictory than that of Monday when ho Supreme Court of the United States set aside the sentence of Imprisonment against Samuel Gom1 pers John Mitchell and Frank Morri1 son President Vice President and Secretary respectively ot the American 1 Federation of Labor who ha been sentenced to jail for contem of court The decision of the Suprom- Court appears to be the end of the labor war between the Federation of Labor and the Buc Stove and Range Company Tb highest Judicial tribunal In the land has left with the lower court tb Tight to reopen the contempt pro- ceedIngs It Is hardly lprobable that this grant of power will be accepted- In I the opinion of the court the proceeding brought against the offi1t cers of the labor organization w for civil contempt which could b punished only by n fine Th sentence of the lower court to Imprisonment was the penalty fo contempt and in the premises therei fore ft was not a legal punishmentL The decision is a sad blow t Socialism The American Socialists have been contending that there w no chance for labor unions to get justice from any judicial tribunal IIn the land The decision rendered Monday takes away their as weaponIt a victory for organized labor but It gives labor unions no license to disobey the courts The wordin of the decision is so plain that he who runs may read r THINGS LEAVE CIIAXGKD The Associated Press announces that tomorrow in all Anglican churches In Canada will be read a pastoral letter signed by Archbishop Matheson of Winnipeg Primate of all Canada and Arch lsitop Hamil1 1 pQt OjiawaviMqtrppolItan of the Y ecclesiastical province of Canada on the question of mixed marriagesi The letter will deprecate such marriages but says when these marriages are once performed they are indissoluble by the Church of Rome The disbelief of the Anglican church in divorce is also brought out and I the clergy are prohibited from re marrying divorced persons during the life of either person to the first marriage I The Anglicans are moving Rome ward faster than they know The Church of Rome has always opposedI mixed marriages and divorce The founder of the Anglican church Henry VIII also founded the heinous offense of divorce The Anglicans ot today are realizing the divorce court as an evil C BLOW AT TRUSTS The Supreme Court of the UnitedI States hit the trusts a hard blow Monday when It decided in favor oft the Government and against theI Standard Oil Company It was a decision anxiously awaited by theI corporations and by the people TheI Supreme Court holds that the Stand ard Oil Company is a corporation iinI n restraint of trade that this giant corporation must be dissolved withinI six tnoqths At the same time the court holds that corporations whose contracts are not + unreasonably restrictive of competition are not affected Ital ohrow out th of suggestion that other great corPora tions whoso acts may be caned int question Will be dealt with hecordin to the merits ot their particular cases To make the matter positive the court was unanimous as to the main features of the decision Judge Harlan only dissenting as to a limitation of the application of the Sherman antitrust law This is a hard blow to one of the largest corporations of the world 1 j I tned bt the wisdom otthe 1eII cl Ion yet its annoucement has done I wonders toward restoring confidence in 6ir American courts I GUARD OURCIIILDRENI iI Stemmer IB 0pnilng the vacation debIl1drenI troulilaiwniq books and hot and often r illY ntlltl rooms Jlemc it Ik j onC61D NlUiei duty of the KinWokr Trbk American to warn parentst not to give Ur clltfcretta free tnduring the jmmm rypBtl Know j where Tour htldnar ICmtm I their companions grayYear ldt OIJ year boys venture to the rlrfonds and M creeks only to 1teJI tnrnd Then the parents have ViaaT p + i only one excuse I did not know he was going there It Is sad but true TAKING HUNTS PLACE 1The Baptist World is particularly virulent In its attacks on Catholics t this week The Rev Henry Alfred Porter D D pastor of the Fourth and Walnut streets Baptist church Thirdpt toebe trying to take the place of Rev M P Hunt He has one particular thatlksheenever tells it twice the same wayI eIBAOE REIGNS According to the latest telegraphic advices the dove of peace Is hovering over Mexico and it is believed that a permanent armistice between the- s Federalists and Insurrectos will bee reached President Diaz and Vice- e President Carrol will resign prior to Juno 1 Minister do la Barra Will- r assume the Presidency with Fran- Cisco I Madero as his chief advisor A new President will be elected- o within six months The United States will not have to interfere afters all STOP IT NOW Kentuckty Irish American has to reiterate that Louisville and Jefferson county authorities are too lax In regulating LastgSunday a lady from Jefferaon county was killed as a result of reckles- automobile driving Her life was worth more than all the automobiles in Christendom It is certain that there Is authority enough in the c1t and county to stop this reckless destruction of life I The editor of the Visitor pertinently remarks Jlf Mr Roosevelts arraignment gL VW Y M C A for its disqualification of Catholics and Jaws in the matter I of voting and holding office did nothing else It serveda useful1 purpose In giving nationwide publicity to the associations sec tnrianism The Literary Digest Ii11I I recounting the agitation caused b Mr Roosevelts letter says that f applied to the Y M C A for statement but they declined to make oneon the principal doubt I I less that the less said the scone mended I 3Chief Lindsey Is quoted as being hot after violators of the chauffeurs s who are exceeding the speed mltlnIi I i driving cars through the city Re form like charity should begin at home U Col Lindsey wants t regulate fastspeeding autos let him begin by firing the first police speedII limit There are none so ss tIn the city as the police chauffeurs I In many cities of the East thisI year the Womens Relief Corps andt the Grand Army of the Republic I Posts havo presented American flagsI to the Catholic iparochlal hools In all cases these flags have been ac cepted and swung to the breeze withl appropriate ceremonies and patrioticI addresses I The entire community regrets the death of Judge Joseph M Pryor Robeertsdale Ala on Tuesday Until1 1gCircuit ee 1 I Jefferson Circuit Court Profound sympathy is extended to his wife and children There Isa Sight on for control of the Louisville Gas Company Be tween John Stites acid F MY Backett 1 I a lot of unnecessary gas is being consumerslwill have to pay and Louisville may 1 lose Its interest If control passes into outside hands will AKen lon 1dayI CathpilQ Is hound to hear mass under pain of mortal sin Send flowers to the tick masses are wore appropriate remembrances for the dead- UNIfY CoUNCILS FBTK Unity Council t Mi f of New Abtty will give a fete at its alub bogie 80S tKJahitret eh I1I 18 and A7i Theyfollowlatc 0f18bootbMI a rr- r i Aj r iJi oaoceawxa SOCIETY i 1 Miss Edna Shea of Oakdalo was the week end guest of Miss Marian Rose of Crescent HIIJIILieut Mike Hawley is enjoying his vacation by dividing time with the ball games and the races I IMlss Florence Filcher who is ate 111III I JuneIWilliam McAtee the popular L and N conductor is seeking reliefI i F COHN Role in Mackin Councils Comic Opera from rheumatism at lot SpringsI ArkII l lMiss Isabelle Hogan of Trenton has been visiting her grandmother lira H C Settle lid West Oak street fangsII ter Miss Katherine Mattingly spent last week with Mrs John Mount 1 I visitingysister Mrs M Higgins of 3834 Grand boulevard left last Saturday for his home in Kansas City 0- 1Miss Daisy Hannau entertained abridge t Monday afternoon for Miss Louise Wathen of Lebanon whoi Myas hero as the guest of Miss Elnora Wathen i Mr Hannah Malta of 1124 ianeII 1street left for Knoxvllle Tonn Wednesday to visit her daughter MrsP M Riney She expects to bo gone two I monthsII EnsYt Mistsojourning tat Martinsvllle Ind for two weeks I are expected to return homo today I tI TownerSallenderI home after a pleasant visit twit Mrs Eugene Applegate at Jofferson vllle Jerry Broderlck of 1605 West Kentucky street sustained a broken collar bone last Sunday while en coilonot be able to work for several1 weeks III dMr and Mrs P H Callahan an I children Jack Robert and Edith ThuraIday I early next week They expect to bo gone several months IW OSullivan Louisvilles As Blatant Building Inspector and his bride have returned from a ten days wedding trip and for the present ar making their home with the brides parents Mr and Mrs II H SenS1i of South Sixth street Mr and Mrs B Wathen have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Margardfc N WathenJto James P Edwards r J nomination for Lieutenant Governor 1on the Democratic ticket The wedJding will take place on June 3II J Mrs J B McBride of Washing cousinsMisses1251 Floyd street Mrs McBride ion Iis her way to Bremerton Wash where she will send the summer with her daughter Mrs John H Walsh Dr It J OMahoney of Lexington has annouced the engagement of his daughter Miss Sarah OMahoneyL C to John F Bonnyman ham Ala Their marriage Is to bo solemnized next month and will be eve of the most notable of the flea- 80n1n the Bluegrass section Miss Bertha Jotter and Philip Louis iRaaba popular young people of New Albany were at St Marys church on Thursday morn i ing The Rev Father William iit Seibsrtz performed the ceremony be Thebrldefathe daugher of Mn and fatheRaaba rrIATI COMING Mfay n The alit rind flaw will prepare the days toy tt dhlliauat the and recelTlng holy eom id wlbel M street near Yorkat 130 oclock the afternoon A J Padgett cbarofofg0 AT ST LEOS CHURCH I IThe Rev father John J Fitz pastor of St Leos churc Highland Park will administer fir holy communion to a class of dif children at tho 8 oclock mass ti morrow morning In the afternoon I beIDominican Fathers from St Louis Bertrands s Benediction of theI I I IMISSBERTHA h LancasterII J J married oECalumhur Blessed Sacrament will close thel services for the day LONG ILLNESS Ends In the Death of Arch bishop McEvoy Cano PrelatengThe Catholic hlorarchj of Canada has suffered a great loss in the death of the Most Rev Fergus Patrick McEvay Archbishop of Toronto cable from the Pope conveyed his Apostolic blessing a short time be fore Archbishop McBvaya death He had been ill for more than a year and his death had been expected for several weeks The deceased prelate was born Lindsay In the Toronto Province fInI 1856 lie was consecrated Bishop of London Ont on August 6 1899 He was transferred to Toronto in 1906 and upon the retirement of Archi bishop OConnor in 1908 Bishop McEvay was raised to archepiscopal dignity He was a prelate full of zeal and was renowned for his learning and executive ability In Canada his t death will be mourned by all classo- I I OlJASSlThe various branches f the Cat olic Knights and Ladles of America of this city are making great 100memI bers for the joint Initiation set to June 11 Supreme President Leonti I willIIi thdorder In Louisville REREIRev Father Francis OConnor who has been stationed at Owens boro since his ordination last June arrived in Louisville on Monday to a brief visit to his mother Mrs Luc nvonueLater he Tvlll go to Rochester N Y to attend a class reunion and will1 return to Owensbord about June 151 OFFICER JAMES DORAN James Dora one of the best known Hibernians in Louisville and an active member of Division 1 las been appointed a patrolman by the Board or Public Safety Mr Doran has done yeoman service In looking attar the sick members of Division 1 and will certainly prove a valuable addition to the ponce force REMEMBERED IN IRELAND Mr and Mrs George W Cuscadent received an invitation to attend tho silver wedding celebration of Mr and Mrs Phillips of DcanfieldI louse Londonderry Ireland Mr father was a native o- ondonderry SUFFERED FROM FALL Joseph Fontana one ot the mos popular ypungmen in this city tell from a ladder and injured his spine kerns121E I week He is now able to sit up but I will be several days before he will j abIetob f out and around j BRBeNAIlAX CHARMED It I I I Roger Br n ian the Bustling manager anti catcher fth HSt ILouU I diamonddstudded t City Jot Saturday V hla KwJgfeta of Columbus frleniJe of theft city The presentation Wa aud at Am riean areplayingBtructidn ot their park by tiNItIj I- y w hrNOWof STRAW tyHATS I lQuickl S3 Levys leader 2 Others at 1 and SOc PANAMAS As low as 3 Andup to 9- LEVYSiII Third and Market The Bright Spot is Louisville L SCARED The Haley JBecUlinin McCrcary Glmiltiiir Seems Badly Rattled Republican Leaders Will Get Cold Feet If ORear Is Nominated Able Men SiiK eiitedns Succ sors to Judge Sliackel lord Miller MORE RACES ARE TO DE RUN ofACynthlana is growing dally iin strength in his race for the Demo Cratlc nomination for Governor of Kentucky The chauffeurs of tho Haley Beckham McCreary machine seem to be frightened and there promises to be a jolly smashup beat fore the Joy ride ends Hon Jo C S Blackburn former United I States Senator and former Governor of the Panama Canal Zone mill de liver an address at Owensboro today It is generally believed that Gov Blackburn will pay his respects to the Haley Beckham McCreary ma chine in no uncertain terms Gov Blackburn Is a Kentuckian to the manor born and whatever ho has tto say will be heard with Interest His thae State The revolt Against machine methods is growing in Kentucky The people do not want James Mc fohr Governor Tho nomination of Judge thesDemocratic party because his nom berits only salvation tiFrom present appearances tho nomination of Judge Edward C ORear might be conceded Lieut Frankseso the rumor says are endeavoringi to pool their interests against Judge ORear If Judge ORear gets the nomination Senator Bradley will haVe urgent business in Washing ton Gov Wlllson will take a trip somewhere and all the real Republican leaders will to busy doing any JudgeY theemercloa of new Republicans 1Ilko JR W Knott W W Daviess and Robert W Bingham The race for Lieutenant Governo- promises to be closely contested The candidates thus far announced arc men bf the highest Integrity All aro making a clean and dignified campaign Air McDermotts cause is being hurt by a few of hIs ad mirers who are amateurs in ipolitics They love not wisely but too well Votes not silent admiration will1 make Mr McDermott the presiding officer of the next State Senate The people who are for him now are thoroughly In earnest but they would stand as much chance in a political campaign as would an ice cream cone at a Sundayschool plc sic These same people become in dignant If anyone dare venture an opinionin the matter But there is another side to it toftill out the term of Judge Shackel ford Miller Judge Robert TV lung ham Is holding the office now He RepublicantCharles F Taylor Thomas II Barker and E A Quarles are among the attorneys mentioned for the i Democratic nomination Any one tho three mentioned is capable Ofjj tilling the place any one of th011localelectCouncilmensand State Senators this year There 1crat1 this fall l11 XORK CT AUiTY Vor etiok dollar thafi New Yens iifT realyes in taut eeatq goes o public ehtrUiM MACKIN COUNCIL PRESENTS I IThe Campusu Mary Anderson Theatre Wednesday Thursday and Friday Nights May 242526 Saturday Matinee May 27 Seats sale box 00Monday1 I 1MANY OF OUR CUSTOMERS- are capable of fine discrim I nat on as regards cloth style and quality of tailor ing while as many others depend entirely upon the store and its guarantee of good service i Both classes of men are absolutely sure of good service here Z They know that this stores label appears only on clothing of trustworthy character and that we are exclusive distributers in this city of A B Kirschbaum Clothing iiFAMOUS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY i i Cunning Lewis Brotzge i ii N W Cor Third and Jefferson EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP isst0041A1ONN KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING W1ri 1J IOpplntcrurbnnI I N i1HOi4NOBlN0t1NialO iH 9odfNi tii NOi t been transformed The s OUR STQREt are in evidence everywhere New Goods and New Ideas hold sway in thee most uptodate RUG CARPET and i WALL PAPER DISPLAY IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE- ONE1 LOW PRICE on strictly reliable goods lets no regrets follow if you trade here Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET ss s N tisA 1IMAGIeCARPETIIMAlTeRmEwfI CLEAN L l ik S5 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Etc MJemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FQURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HERRMANN BROS IMP T I- JlltiwnCESAKDLlgtJOIt ti1D4WboleNJeDNt MI hi PJMtt Brandt aMCnt bckrJthkldJIy Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IK JKf if T lee IM tu mcm tnteiru F k a4i i IiI AVENUE 1 I HIGH SIXACTSSIX CLASS llEl f Zai Oi3O TO II I Ten Cents 10 1030ii IHOPKINS THEATER I High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS I I Three shows dally Sunday continuous I CASINO AND ORPUEUMI I THEATERS I FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic IespeciallyI COLUMBIA enprJUnder the same renting only the standard productions I historic dramatic and comic 1 ICE1r I FOR HOME USE Ask Jor Coupon Book and save 5 pecent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled wiltbe I satisfactoryWe ice for all occasions and in any quan tity Both Phones 2- 97AMERICAN i 11Ice and storlgeCoii MONUMENTSI We are note receiving fromnBarraVermont three carloads of Monuments for our spring trade the largestand beet asMftment we have ftt carrifd which we can Pliaaegyve MULDOONj 1 Monument Company 813 W dfWKi St LouUvSIU Ky r 3- x tII 11 tI ot t t 1 I NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB SPRING TwentyThree Days Racing Beginning Derby Day on Kentucky Oaks Day MEETINGlClark Stakes Saturday May 20 Bourbon 25 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary now num bers 68000 members with total as sets of over 300000 Division S held a well attended meeting Monday night and received a number of applications Rev Father Coolahan State Chap lain Is organizing several compan I KATE CARLETON As They Appear In a of Irish Song and Humor Week at toe Gayety les of Hibernian Cadets in Balti moreThe new division organized at Rushvllle Ind starts with thirty five members mostly young men II Tennessee made a small gain In membership last year and members are working to build up the order In the Volunteer State Division 1 met Tuesday the attendance was large there was none on the sick list and Capt Jim Hendricks was elected to member ship Fftyond new members were re delved Into the order at the joint Initiation in Indlanpolls County President Maurice Donnelly Is doing effective work From all over tho State large dele gations will visit Madison WIs to witness the Installation and degree work next month for the division lust organized IDivision 4 will meet Monday night at Bertrand Hall and the business will bo of such Interest that Presi dent Henncssy requests the presence of every member I From all over the State large delegations will visit Madison WIs deI ion just organized The Bishop of Indianapolis baa approved the request of the Ladles thatrrlshhlltorysubject In the parochial schools of the diocese Every Hibernian in the city ox pressed sympathy for John H Hen nessy President Division 4 last week when learned of the death of his venerable motherinlaw Mrs MotchmannThe Board at St Paul arranged for a retreat for members as a preparation for the annual communions There are 3500 mem bers of the order and auxiliary In that jurisdiction 1Yore 150 members of the Providence County Board of tho Ladles Auxiliary A 0H met at Providence R I recently and heard quarterly reports from the various officers Mrs E3en Ryan Jolly of Pawtucket delivered an address on Irish history On Decoration day May 30 there will be a high mass and appropriate memorial exercises for deceased members of the order in St Johns attEndlngthlfairest of all floweri on the graves of their departed brothers The Ancient Order of th airy of New York has roelvedf120000f- rom a real etsto inve tment of 20000 laws than tight jeana AgomTe Tend Was UfbrildlagaciuhVtoMjMitOMWtrr Could b obtained Thu AttefeBt Order sad Ladtef Auxiliary ofIKebtoR county will cely annual eominunhra tomorrow at At Anita church In ji Kt f ir fl I f Ii J Newport This is the fIrst time order has gone out of Covington Its annual communion and Father William Ryan and the people appre elate the honor conferred upon their pariah I RAISED IN RANK- The Rev Father William T Rus sell pastor of St Patricks church Washington D C has been raised to the rank of Monsignor His in vestiture will take place after the 11 oclock mass on June 4 The event will be marked by most Im pressive ceremonies Cardinal Gib bons will be the officiating prelate FRANK AND Will Few Minutes Next Theater Officers they than their RECOVERS FROM ACCIDENT Charles E Kelly of Now Albany who recently fell frqra the roof of a house he was repairing has recovered so far that he has been removed to his mothers homo on East Market and Sixth streets Since the accident he had been confined at St Edwards Hospital COUNTY HOARD CALLED The County Board A O a has been called to meet at Bertrand Hall on the night of May 26 A full at tendance is requested Secretaries of the various dtvlalons are requested to have their quarterly reports on band that evening THE AVENUE Crowds are still thronging to seethe motion pictures and vaudeville at the Avenue Now films and all of superior excellence are attracting tUo constant attention of the public The popularity of the theater is In creasing constantly r lPICTURESlWarm weather has no terrors for patrons of the Orphqum and Casino Theaters Electric tans afford splendid ventilation NoW films nre promised atbothhoulfcsalJ next weekNHOPKINS THEATER I IThI Hopkins Theater continues to be the largest and coolest moving Picture show bouse in Louisville An other line of good vaudeville turns are promised as a supplement to the pictures next week J CAR OVERTURNED BUGGY Dr W M Dwyer of 422 North Twentysixth street sustained a dis located elbow whoa a street car overturned his buggy on Market street between Second and Third last Monday While his injuries are quito painful he will soon be able to resume his practice SHOWED GOOD FEELING Julius P Maine a pillar of the Methodist church at Northampton Mass sent a check at Easter to the Rev Thomas P Lucy pastor of the Church of the Bleared Sacrament The check called for t 4i and was addressed to hit dear friend and neighbor I JLBroinlelijGoJ 1 55TIIIRJSf oEifiiNr Bpd Owrtractwll- STEAM I Y WATERH Dont syIw Without Selufr Ms Hour Phone 7846 l I I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Indiana now has a mcmborohlp of 7400INew York State has 217 councils and a membership of 42262 The Wisconsin State Convention at LaCrosse was attended by 100 dele gates Wichita Knights will give a picnic on Decoration day for the benefit of the Cathedral building fund Between 275 and 300 applications are on file for the fourth degree In itiation at Milwaukee on Decoration day Following the annual ceremony of conferring Knighthood at Buffalo 800 members sat down to the ban quetSupremo Knight Flaherty will be In Cincinnati today to witness the conferring of the second and third degreesLittle twentytwoto have a big celebration of Colum bus day on October 12 Fifteen hundred Knights were present when Bishop Muldoon ad dressed the Illinois State convention delegatesInattendanceFrom r beginning eleven years ago In Colorado the order has advanced to a membership of 3000 and before the passing of another year it will be swelled to 4000 SACRED HEART CLASS The HOY Father Patrick Walsh pastor of Sacred Heart church is In structing a large class of children They will receive their first holy communion early In June VISITED HIS 1JHOTIIKH The Rev E J Spelman rector of St Anns church at Newcastle Ind has returned to his charge after a brotherCountyand other friends In New Albany OUT OF DANOKH Sister Mary Margaret who Isono of the nurses at Mercy Hospital in Jeffersonvlllo underwent a serious surgical operation on Thursday of last week has passed the danger point and her friends hope will recover rapidly i jrKArrir RESORT VelpenInd son The water Is healthful the atmosphere Is exhlleratlng and tho cuisine excellent If you are tired and need a healthful rest visit Sweet Sulphur ENTERTAINED PERFORMERS Trinity Council entertained tho members of the cast and chorus of Princess Bonnie with an elaborate banquet at the club houso on Tues day night Several speeches were made congratulating the council and choral club on the success of the opera HONOR FOR BISHOP Gov Dix of New York has an RlgbtRevthqStaleInstitution dren at Syracuse JUDGES DAUGHTER A NUN Sister Mary Hildegarde mho took her final vows recently at the Ursu line Convent at Galveston Texas is a daughter of Judge Gaff one of the leading IrishAmericans in New York City FATHER CORBY MEMORIAL The massive boulder upon which Father Corby the famous civil war Chaplain stood when he gave ab solution to the Irish Brigade before the battle of Gettysburg has been transferred to the University of Notre Dame The college authorities have bad the rock placed upon a large stone base in front of the Conby Hall building named in honor of the famous priest FIELD MASS On Sunday May 28 a military field mass will be celebrated on the monument grounds at Washington D C for the dead of the Spanish war President Taft and members of the Cabinet are expected to attend HELPING FATHER DUNNE A number of stLoulCathollela- dleshaveunderlake a house col l I addslionFather Dunne- 14IILIIQNe INTO BUILDINGS 1ersNewtintobttiJdid J 1largeraM nnt Jn tie II8lISfOraI YIBlack RusEla leather puwpa have plain steel buckle u i FRANK FEHR BREWING ta WI ZfOORPORArRD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY 4 OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by everyone who has tried it Telephone 452aSENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE IaW Comb Phone West 191l Home Phone S94g THB WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold afcall leading bars and cafea Renowned for purity strength dud excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisvljle Ky TORN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE I- CYJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM 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Limerick were beUerknownand more highly respected than Mrs Mary Kelly Mc Grath whose death occurred at her home 619 West St Catherine street last Saturday morning She lie been 111 for fifteen weeks and su fered from a complication of ailments All her sufferings were borne patiently and while she w resigned to death she desired to li ia while longer to care for and gun her beloved sons Joseph and Will lam Kelly Mrs ilcGrath was born In Irelandl fortythree years ago but cams I Louisville with ber parents when quite a child Her first husband was James Kelly who was killed In a railroad wreck Several years later she married John McGrath a deputy Jailer under John R Iflanz Mr MeGraJh died several years ag Mrs McGrath is survived Iby her too sons Joseph and William Kelly her mother Mrs Bridget Ross a brother P J Ross and two sisters Mesdames Charles McCarthy and John Greeley The funeral to place from St Louts Bertrand church on Monday morning and was attended by many sorrowing friends CENTRAL COMMITTEE J Held Interesting Meeting and Hears Excellent Reports President Eugene McCarthy cu plod the chair at a well attend meeting of Central Committee C of A on Friday night Messrs P J Dowling and Thomas Feels delegates from the Cathedral brand- Iwore given a warm welcome ProsI dent McCarthy announced the dent of Joseph Tinker for whom Prayers were offered by the members 1V11 l J lam M Higgins reported In boha of the Entertainment Committee that arrangements for an excursion to Jasper Rid were In progres- that I banners wore being gotten ou e a contract signed with the Souther- railway and that many tickets ha been disposed of already Gen Michael Relchert report two applications for membership 1In the Uniform Rank Supreme Deputies Kinney Schalda Reichert and McGinn reported that they had v1 ited the different branches in the t respective jurisdictions and gavo good account of all the brunches Messrs Dowling Reichert McGinn Feeley Kinney and others took part in a general and Interesting discus lion for the good of the order CLEAN SPURT Lovers of Horse Flesh Are Enjoying fine RacingI Season The spring meeting of the Ne Louisville Jockey Club opened Churchill DoWns last Saturday undo- most favorable auspices More than 40000 persons witnessed the great Kentucky Derby Quite a number of them were from distant cities 1 in the East and West They saw great race and enjoyed It ville Is now considered the racing center In the western world The Paris mutuel system of betting is gaining In favor and the sport iis good and clean The feature today will be the Clark handicap in Which nearly all1 the Derby entries will appear Tin principal events next week will be the Bashford Manor stakes on Tues day Bourbon handicap on Thursda- and Y Louisville handicap next Satur day The races are being well at tended and General Manager WlnnII and his colleagues are being eon 1 I gratulated on the successes this far attained SUCCESSFUL JlZlUt The bazar for the benefit ofStLouts Bertrand church has been eminently successful and smother large crowd Is expected sat Bertrand HaU this evening The flTal occur on Monday afternoon and Ing whem there will be a big calledUU The afternoon games will be it 3 oclock and the evening games 8 oclock Tlcketsl of admission tor the euchre will be only twenty ve centsyNEW ALBANY rATllIAllCH JJKA1 Patrick J Doyle one of the eldest residents of New Albany died at the J home of his sop Moses Y Doyle 41 of West Fifth street in that city on Friday morning The deceased was born In Ireland eightyone years ago p but the greater part of his life was 5 spent In New Albany His wife died many years ago Two sons Moses Panu Luke Doyle survive bm He ad been an employe in the mills I the Ohio Falls Iron Company forty years Through thrift he forffaccumulated considerable I Doyle used to be an expert per former on the fife and for years his W fife and drum corps was prominent all Democratic rallies In Now Albany The deceased was1 a zealous ember of Holy Trinity church and funeral mass was celebrated there on Monday Many old friends admirers attended theob l 0JlANIS ulBMOJtIAIJ The sanctuary of St JohngchUrch been additionally beautified by erection of a crucifixion group la placed directly over the center the main altar In the canter U liftf8lz figure of Christ onrthe crosB Oa either I9Ide9f the roea sad th sorrQWlnir Bre6 e4fVirgin tt thi beloved Apostle St Jokri II rgToap klfltrf Af lea Alag J II Burke and JIg a manorial to Wr trMra Nellfe Burke Kllpp aB4 ol IbrotliwflBllaw AtrtJror IIIlpp a ii ht i FOR furniture Of VII Kinds at the Lowest IdPrlcel go to Yew Fe MAYER f R 419 W MARKET ST I IIt- o CtO SOCIETY JDIRECTORX HaDIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on Fl and Third Tuesday PesidentW11IIamMurphrI- k Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolt Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Se geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T Meehan SecretaryJohnKKenneyTreasurerJames Welsh Nallyh 3hAlonda Ilneteenth and Portland ColemanIfRecording Secretary Thomas Stevens Hts DoughertydSergeantatArmsJames edSentinelThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Afoad Bertrand Hall Sixth Streets HennessyrLynchaRecording Secretary John Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady ecretaryDSergeantatArms William Cal1 aghanSentinelMt J MCDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawren Ford ColeatlIurphyrRecording Secretary Hugh Me Grady Financial SecretaryJohn Hog- aTreasurerB ACo11 Garilrlty siSentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon i Y ikt i I I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club 1House 34 4 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson flatYi Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording SecretarYR Corresponding Secretary H Ker berg Treasurer W A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan c Inside Sentinel P Andrlott c Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart IAA tR IJftrt uIi SO Year Headache 4 1910Inervousheadacheold the pain Increased with my placewithout t PastorKoenigspease I keep the Tonlo always on a Ianybodya t this letter he can write to me ErwinForByrnLltchaold andtellectualdullHothroughPastorlessens the pain and quiets the nerves feelsereforewonderful remedy FREE ProJfI A Valuable Book on Ner SamplebotUeto 3 patleateaparedayne ice since left end Dow bythe KOENI inlOeStreetIatAbbLargeRUSHING WORK I Work on the new Church of St to Augustine on Broadtway near ThirH teenth is progressing ra ldlyThe structure Is now ready for the root Father Felten hope to haye JJt dedl dated before tall n LINCOLNS11dW D1SHOP The cable Brought the Intelllgenee leaf Friday of the appointment oft tRey Consignor TJhen as MOtHgltorllienJs The ttese ai Wlobt Ktrr ttad 1s a etaark hir ttTii1l11ty rind nitre tacfc c oik D t AWFUL DEATH Comes to a Popular Mem b tOro ns 1 Joseph Tinker a Well known young man of the East End was so badly injured In an elevator accident last Friday that ho died of his In juries a few hours later Mr Tinker ElevatorCompany Installing holdingbecameweight on the other end descended the unfortunate man was hurled against the ceiling and then dropped unconscious to the basement He was hurried to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital but died without regaining consciousness His sku- llrwas fractured and one leg and arm wereitQthestreet The funeral took place from St Johns church on Monday morn Ing hisrsttwentyslxthyearwife who was Miss Rose Hemmerlee He was an active member of the Catholic Knights of America and was BranchEdeath Is mourned by all who known him QUITE BUSY Members of Mackin Coun ell Have Busy Month- S Ahead The meeting of Mackln Council on Monday night was particularly well attended and President Samuel L Robertson presided Nineteen new members were obligated They were to have been Initiated on Sun ysday but the Initiation has been postponed to a later date James Mullarkey and M Carroll wore re RevnFather Richard Murphy 0 M C and RevsFather Martin O M C delivered interesting addresses and encouraged the young men to keep up their good work tbe1Swork of Installing new shower baths was In progress The Opera Com mittee reported that arrangements Theiyprogressingevery Indication of full houses at TheJNiagaraFallsress It Is expected that the number Who take advantage of Mackins trip this year will be greater than last year It was also annouced that xcurIslonSCRAPPY BLUES Under Danny Shays Lead ership Meet Colonels ceTomorrow I Del Howards Colonels will play Ierlesn morrow afternoon will try con elusions with Danny Shays Kansas City team Who are now about tie with Minneapolis for second place and close to first It Is reasonably expected that the Colonels will make a better home showing against the againstColumbustP being very costly keeping thorn out of the first division and only their good showing at Indianapolis put them back In the good graces of fh fans The addition of Pfelster t the pitching staff should atrengthe- e the team and with about one mor of the same caliber and soothe first class catcher to divide time with Johnny Hughes in the opinion of many the team could stand pat on the season ST JOTTXS IiAH5E CLASS The Rev Dr George W Schuh mann will administer flrstMioly com munion to a class of ninety children between the of eleven and receiveua t flrstboly communion at St Johns church In the afternoon at 4 oclock the children of the same class and a number of adults will receive the sacrament of confirma ion from the Right Rev Blshop ODonaghuo Later ins the summer class of smaller children will re ceive first holy communion at St Johns MARIUKI TUESDAY The niarriago of Miss Mayme p0l1u1ardaughterStanza T Skees a prominent res ident of Harcourt was solemnized Tuesday morning at pt Patricks church at Stit ton the Rev Father Sy Henry performing the ceremony nd celebrating the nuptial mass which was attended 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