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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w- w c H r i rJuwI U n I 1 I i e hc 0 i1 Vl f 1 KENTUCKY IRISH A1uRicAN iiiiiftStc VOLUME XXVINO21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 27 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTSt SPIRIT I i Oi intolerance Made Its Ap 1 pearance at Southern Pros t byterl Assembly Declares Catholic Church a Menance to All Liberty President Congressmen and I Legislators Come Uucler Ills Daun 4 tHIEF JUSTICE WHITE AFTACKED II The good people df Louisville and fi TTentucSy who believe in religious IItolerance received quite a Jolt tills Ir week whtm they read in the dally I papers that the Catholic church had been recklessly It not maliciously attacked at the General Assembly of I the Southern Presbyterian church The meeting oT Presbyterian divines was held at the Se and Presbyterian 1 1church Second and Broadway on t Monday There was a time when the Puritans of New England who were the original American Presbyterians belloved in ducking scolds and burning Pitches but for the past two centuries the majority of American Presbyterians have practiced an eleventh commandmentthat of minding their own business I There are thousands of Louisville Presbyterians who are good neighbors good citizens and duly tolerant They are not to be blamed for the uncalled for attack mule by a few 1 preachers last Monday The same coterie might have attacked the Baptists I the Methodists or the Jews I had the Idea occurred The Rev 4C Painter of Yancy Mflls Va Introducing a resolution at the meet I ing Monday night denounced the Catholic church on account of its growth and declared It to be a 1 menace to civil and religious liberty But here is the resolution in full J Resolved That the General Assembly I views with serious concern the growth and pernicious activity of that powerful politicoreligious organization known as the Roman Catholic Church which is and al ways has been a menace or a blight to the civil and religious liberty of L every land where it has obtained a I foothold that it views with serious concern the apathy of all public men J f thlsnneriace thBevldenf n on the part of the Gen ernment to grant special this organization and the i silence of the public press- Ing any adverse criticism of dy and at the same time the less to freely advertise all that nterest to this socalled church this assembly shall appoint an iterlm committee of five mem who shall Inquire into this lie matter and report to the next I mbly soniQ practical method of ising our whole people concern the dangers involved in the ove facts and If In their Judg ent wise to Invite the influence I lad cooperation of other Protestant pdies in this work I This resolution was Introduced oatII the close of toe exercises celebrating the tercentenary of the King James Bible Mr Painter spoke at length In favor of his resolutoin He declared that the Roman Catholic church was working with the indus try of the beaver and the secrecy of the mole to gain political control in the United States One cannot read hlstoryhe said without knowing that that body has been not only a menace but a blight on the civil and religious liberty of every country in which It has gained ascendancy BUt in spite of the teach ing of history on this subject there Is on the part of public men an ab solute apathy in this matter Either they do not regard It as a menace or else they are actuated by a selfish Jinterest as they regard It No Congressman no United States Senator dares to oppose a measure advocated by that body You can not get any newspaper in this land to publish anything adverse to this organiza tion The press of the land is silent while this organization is threaten lug our civil liberty It ins put Its hand on our public school system in a dangerous manner by excluding the Btile from it Mr Painter also criticized President I Taft for appointing a Catholic I as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court He Is a graduate r ot a Jesuit College as well as aCath- cHlche continued All history teaches that these two tats disqual ify him for the position Cardinal I tiGibbons kept the trail hot between Baltimore and Washington pending We appointment which came as a Surprise to the public Rev E M Stuart of Lafayette La spoke in favor of the resolution also and declared that thlswAsla country won by Protestant blood I X motion to table the resolution was defeated and a motion referring Afi tOll special committee of three was adopted I It was certainly a great advertse taerit for the Roman Oatholla Church in America Its growing strength 1ts power pYr presidents Senators I 3 Congressmen Legislatures JUdl j ana the prewl the Catholic clatY1 MlvM were riot aware ot elIqu of pra8rtertni wiJ4-1v PaJBler wr be learned nthe doctrines oC their creed but thy 1 lack ChrUtlanltyJ lJtittIiMMtLouisville presumably Ila a spirit of o I 4 ifeace and good will toward men they end by Fighting like the devil for concilia tion And hating each other for the rove of Go- dSUPREME OFFICERS Of CK ofARecehedWath- Genuine Kentucky Welcome Louisville was honored last Sun day by a visit from Dr Felix Gaudin of Now Orleans Supreme President and Capt Michael Quinn of Brook lyn N Y Supreme Trustee of the Catholic Knights of America Both officials were en route home after attending a meeting of the Supreme Council at St Lpuls The intimation of the visit of these officials came at such a late date that local officials of the order had no opportunity to call a general meeting of the branches nevertheless the visitors were given a taste of Kentucky hos pitalityThey were met at the railroad eta tlon by a committee from the Cen tral Committee composed of Eugene McCarthy Major Gen Michael Rolchert State Secretary William T Meehan Col Joseph P McGinn Charles Hill and William M Higgins The party were taken to St Marys church to attend mass The visitors and their hosts saw a large class of little children receive first holy communion and heard the feeling ser mon of Father Westermann After mass the party was conveyed to Col McGinns residence at Center and Chestnut streets where breakfast was served Various duties occupied the several members until noon when they assembled at Jacob Gobys on Main street near Third for luncheon and Mr Goby proved a de IIghtful host- Meanwhile the party was Joined by John Schalda Charles Falk John Hodapp L J Kadeski Harry Veene man and John J Crotty Automo biles loaned by Bernard M Hackett and Charles Klapheke were In attendance and in a trice the party were being whirled over the streets The Catholic cemeteries the parks and boulevards all got their share of attention As the sun began to sink low in the west the automobiles were directed toward Sixth and Walnut streets whore Henry Hunold a staunch member of the order had prepared a banquet Perhaps it might be better to say that Mrs Hunold prepared the banquet and Mr Hunold recommended It All the guests enjoyed the feast set before them and the music by Misses Minnie and Marie Hunold The postprandial remarks were entirely Informal Capt Quinn ex pressed hlaappr iclatipnibfKeBtwoky hospitality Eugene McCarthy Chairman of the Central Committee told what a pleasure It was to entertain the Supreme officers Col Mc Ginn John J Crotty Major Gen Relchert Dr Gaudin Harry Veene man John Schalda Charles Falk Klaphe15eJohnbut appropriate talks SILYER JUBILEE Father JH Hlllebrand Has Completed Twentyfive Years Rev Father Jphn H Hillebrand will celebrate his silver sacerdotal Jubilee at 930 oclock on the morning of Thursday June 20 in St Boniface church Evansyllle Several Louisville friends have received in vltatlons to attend the silver Jubilee The members of Father Hillebrands congregation have left nothing undone to make the celebration an event long Jo be remembered Father Hlllebrand Is only a Hoosier by adoption He often visits his old Kentucky home and is as much persona grata among Trial Americans as he is among German Americans His preliminary studies for the priesthood were made at Bardstown Ky and be completed his course in Indiana and Canada He was ordained at Ferdinand lad on June 19 1886 by the Right Rev SllasChfardFather pastor of several rural missions InS uthern Indiana and later was given charge of the thriving parish of St Marys of the Knobs While there ho made many friends in Floyd and Clark counties and renewed old acquaint ances in Louisville A number of his friends from the Falls cities will go to Bvansvllle to attend the jubilee exercises CONFIRMATION TOUR ODonaghueduringthethe following dates to administer Confirmation Tomorrow May 28 9 a m St Michael 3 p m Sh Maftlns 730 p m St Bonifaces Monday 9 a m St Anne3 p m Church of the Blessed Sacrament Tuesday9a m5t JQrlglds 3p mStJames On June 1911 m St Francia of Assis 3 pm St Williams June 2 9 am Church of Our Lady 730 pmSt Laps June 4 730 a m Cathedral 10 a m St Mary Magdalei June59ai- n Holy Cross 730 p mfSt Peter Claver PRESIDENT HONORS CARDINAL President Tkft lies accepted an la Vit Uontob pr tat therBites attandlBg the geWap Sadfr4ptitl ant silver ar4laaat JiAUw Qt CXr iiMl Olihthi t Baltimore akt Ioatlt r J 0 Ct j a 1TOWABBY I Of Gethsemane Opened Wide Its Portals For GovernorI and Party I First Lady 6t the State Invades I Preciiits Baijretl to VVomeii Gala Day For Monks Visitors and College Boys Week LastII FELICITOUS ADDRESSES MADE Gov Augustus E Willson his wife members of his staff and a number of prominentmen froth vari ous parts of Kentucky visited Geth semane Abbey in Nelson county on Thursday of last week The visitorsI were warmly welcomed pltally entertained by the Right Rev Abbot Obrecht and his follow monks of the Cistercian order According to the laws of Trappists women are not permitted to enter the precincts of their monasteries Only the wife of the ruler of a coun try can pass beyond the threshold Mrs Willson being the wife of the Governor of Kentucky is considered an American Princess Hence she and her lady friends were permitted to Inspect every part of the historic old monastery Abbot Obrecht met his guests at the T nth and Broadway Union eta Lion at 8 oclock in the Looming and accompanied them to Gethsemane on a special train His guets Included 9ov Willson Mrs Willson Gen Philip Preston Johnston Col Clarence R Mengel Mrs Mengel Col William E Koop Mrs Koop Col A H Egan Mrs Egan Col Marlon E Taylor Mrs Taylor Judge W G Bearing Mrs Bearing Major Jackson Morris Gov Will sons private secretary Mrs Morris Miss Nora B Brown Gov Willsbns stenographer C B Compton Mrs Compton Louis Seelbach Mrs Seel bach Otto Seelbach Mrs Seelbach Miss Catherine Kauffmann Abbot Obrechts niece Otto Hill Wathen Miss Eleanor Wathen Mrs JJCaffrey Michael Herrmann F Jo sepa Herrmann Fred Erhart Sylvester Rapier the Very Rev C J OConnell and John J Barry of New Haven I Atithe BtatIonatGbthBemahe the guests Were placed in automobiles and taken to the abbey about one and a half miles distant The Stars and Stripes of the United States and I the white and yellow Papal flags decorated the abbey and college The college band played Dixie and other spirited Sirs and one of the college boys delivered the first idIdress of welcome In due form Willson knocked at the porters gate and the doors swung wide to admit her and her lady friends Inside the portals were assembled the Silent Brother of La Trappe Some wore the brown gowns of the lay brother I others wore white or white and I black according to their different I station Ina few well chosen words Father Obrecht welcomed the Gov ernor his wife and assembled guests and said among other things This your visit today will be a new link between you and those who even more than before will ofjfer their prayers and sacrifices for Your Ex cellency for Lady Willson and for all your and our friends Abbot Obrecht then presented each member of the TrappIst community to Gov and Mrs Willson Gov Willson made a fitting response to Abbot Obrechts address of welcome The monks then retired and set about their accustomed tasks while Abbot Obrecht led Gov Willson and his patty through the monastery and adjoining grounds The men word Interested In the library whore priceless manuscripts and illumin ated missals are preserved while the women admired the handsomely embroidered vestments presented the Fathers of the abbey by nuns in South Africa In the graveyard which adjoins the abbey Father Obrecirt pointed out the resting places of noted opera singers law yers doctors and soldiers who had relinquished the world to live ton CnTlsts sake alone At noon Gov Winson and tale party sat down to a most hospitable spread served in Soelbachs best style r At the clbse of the feast Abbot Obrecrt fleJtvered an appropriate ad dress and once more bade the Coy ernor and his partner a hearty Wel comeGov Willson replied In kind and said In conclusion Oh my friends I ant broken down with icy and gladness lam overcome with a conviction of the falsity of selfishness ndsels oklngaridI am de termlried to learn much from what I have seen this day4I pray that everyone here strengthened tn our friendship regardless of party and creed will go back into the busy I GntucklansUJUt1Others who responded to toasts were Col Marlon E Taylor Louis SoeUjatn Juflgo W G Bearing Mrs Louis SeeTDach Joseph Herrmann MloWael Hlrraann Cob William B Koop Yajor Jackson Morris Col Olarenc eJigekAH Egan Gen Pf P Johnston rtl4liIlraard Very Riy Fattier Cliarkw J OCenneIl- MrJ ItiftThf sun wS sinking to it fcd 1lii toe wat ant the AngeIui tfirlAc n Ing when the distinguished visitors took their departure Gov and Mrs Wmson wore among the last to leave and as they said farewell the Abbot raised his hand and gave them I his bles life iCjrvas a great day for the Governor and his wife a great dayforI ious tolerance ought to be wide spreading and eVerlastlngil PLANS PRAISED rather McKenna Invokes Blessing on Proposed Congressy The Holy Name Journala bytheeminentICpngress The sentiment In favor of growlngforis the venerable and Very Rev Father Charles H iMcKenna O P well known In fiouisvllle as former pastor of St Louis Bertrand church and ono of the most eloquent members of tIe Order of Friars Prpach ers Among other things Father McKenna says May God bless the Holy Name Congress May it be convened not because other congresses are held but that it may result In infusing new life into every Holy Name So ciety throughout the country May It be a call to arms in which all the Catholic men of America will enlist Holysameof our day to destroy the revolt of Maythespecial blessing f God on the men and on the church of America PRIOR GOESI I Very Rev r9her Clark Will Assume Duties In OhioI t The Very Rev Father J R Clark OP Prior of St Louis Ber trand church will soon leave Louis yule to assume the office of novice master at St Josephs College Somerset Ohio Fatljer Clark has Just closed a threey arterm as Prior of St Louis Bertrwida but has been connected with pit church durin g the past seven yrs He Is full of zeal and energy and much of the success of the bsBar Just closed was due to his xeCwtlve ability His congregSTToTi herSfareJSV loath to part with him Fa r CJlrk tv of Nelson countyTind Ili thorough Sympathy with the people of this State Dur- Ing his regime as Prior Father Clark has done much toward building up the Holy Name Society has established a Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament whose members practice the devotion of the Holy Hour every Thursday nlghtand hasdone much for the upbuilding of the parochial school I RECENT DEATHS I Many friends are mourning the death of Frank Pearson who died at his residence Dixie avenue and First street on Tuesday The funeral took place from the Holy Name church on Thursday afternoonII Martin Senn thirtytwo years old died at the family residence 1146 South Fifteenth street last Saturday afternoon The deceased was a son of Frank Senn and was highly respected by aU who knew him The funeral took place from St Peters church on Monday morn Ing and was very largely attended I Will Hannon and his wife May Bradley Hannon have the sincere sympathy of many friends in their distress over the death of their Infant son John David who passed away while the Angelus was ringing on Friday evening of last week It would seem that one angel sum moned another home Death oc cured at the family residence 424 Garden street The funeral took place on Saturday afternoonII Mrs Ellen Morris the venerable mother of Officer John Morris died on Wednesday night She had been suffering from a complication of dis eases and death was not unexpected The remains reposed at the res idence of her son 2414 Bank street until the hour of the funeral Mrs Morris is also survived by a daughter who is a member of the sIsters of Charity of Nazareth FRIENDS ALARMED William J OSulllvan who re ently became a bridegroom be came suddenly 111 on Tuesday and on Wednesday his condition became so alarming that it was necessary to remove him to St Joseph In firmary There he submitted to an operation for appendicitis While his condition Is quite critical his phy sicians Drs Able and McDermott and his many friends hope that his vigorous constitution will pull him through the present ordeal REMEMBERED ORPHANS l John Keenan a well known com mercial traveler died recently at his home in Sioux falls SD His will was predated a Sew days ago and provides that upda the death fhls wife 0000 llieappropilatedforan orphans home te vbe erected la the elty of Sioux Kalte Tram aja personal property fie lft JOO to Itol tltatcltrt v f i II J i ADDAMS II Looms Up As Candidate For the Democratic Gubernatorial Nomination Three Aopirrnts For Second Placel ArcIlacing1feck midweekt Rumors ot Combinations Be hind Each Make Contest Interesting LABOR MEN OPPOSE VAN METER IIAlthuugh politics Iis receiving much attention in Kentucky there seems to be no bitterness among the candidates arid their supporters Judge William Addams of iCyn thiana who Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor appears to be growing In strength every day Wherever he goes Judge Addams makes friends True It is that exGov MoCreary has a thorough organization but his chief lieutenants are shopworn politicians They are the articles that a live man would dispose of at a bar gain sale They may be of use to somebody somewhere Just like an ild banjo with three strings would make a Southern darkey happy but It would not satisfy the ambitions of a sweet girl graduateIThe race for the Democratic nom- Ination for Lieutenant Governor promises to be a little livelier Know Ing politicians throughout the State seem to utterly disagree as to the winner and as tpthe place and show men From the best available advices it would seem that Attorney W M Smith has Mayor Head and the entire Louisville administration organization behind him Mr Smith Is an able lawyer and ranks high as- a citizen and neighbor Current rumor also has it that James P Edwards Is being backed by Attorney Aaron Kohn James Smith a former Alderman and member of the Board of Safety and by the so called State Big FourHarvey McCutcheon Eli Brown Graham Vreeland and Sam Shackelford As the story goes Hon Herman D New comb and Dr Albert A Delg are backing Hon E J McDermott Both I ot these gentlemen are good organ- Izers Any politician would be glad o havplhe dotflces of these gentlemen Besides Mr McDermott will have the support of the Mc Creary organization According to the Judgment of the wisest local ana State politicians Mr Smith may carry Louisville by a handsome majority In tho primary with the support of the Head administration The First Second and Third Congressional districts are claimed by Mr Smiths managers who expect an even break in the rest of the State Friends of Hon Edward J Mc Dermott through the Kentucky Irish American make this explanation of lilacandidacyEdward McDermott Isa candi date for Lieutenant Governor from a sense ot duty and at the sacrifice of Bis own Interests because the next two sessions of the Legislature twill probably make some radical legal changes that will call for great care and discretion and that will affect all of us vitally In many ways be cause if we lose the State officers next November we will lose the Legislature and have two Republican United States Senators and will lose Kentuckys vote in the Presidential election next year and will have the State so redistricted as to lose a majority of our Congressional delegation and the Legislature for ten I years to come and lose the city administration also because the Demo crat who by his vote or silence helps to beat the Democratic ticket this tall will cut off his nose to spite his face because the Democratic party Is our best hope for low taxes for good government and for fair treatment of every citizen of the State because the Lieutenant Governor as President of the Senate has much power for good or 111 and in case of the absence Illness or death of the Qovermor takes his place because 80 much is at stake that this is not the time for irritating side issues and personal feeling butfof calm I thought and farseeing cool judgment foecauso every disinterested man must see that each one of us has too much to lose toy throwing awaran opportunity for good right now and hereafter too The State Treasurers race prom ises to toe another warm feature in the Democratic primary The Louts rUle and State llabor organizations have lined up to a man against Van Meter It he loses the labor vote he can not win The Republicans are having their troubles too Judge Edward C OJlear who aspires to the Gubernatorial nomination finds he Is not presiding at a State Sun dayschool picnic Hon E F Franks and Lieut Gov Cox are giving him a hard ffght The editor of the Louisville Post Is for him A few days ago a meeting was called In Louisville tnthelnterestofJudge- ORearRoUcallshowedtha1D B G Rose Nick Denunzlo and other representatives otthe Louisville Ppsb were present rlie list of names read like a Post py roll Judge ORear Messrs Franks and Cox are eonlu tl gcIJl but energetic oan- iaiinC l AflYO themil mate- strong candidate but Uefiaatf who stands for lair awl r4 rlr KM aeky willI pe tlw pMfelf Ti S WI J i f 1 j 1 iJ r There are to be twentyfour Coun cilmen twelve Aldermen and members of the legislature also to bo elected this year With a few changes in the line up of Aldermen and Councilmen the Democratic legislators OPPOSES DIVORCE The Baptist Organ Makes Plea For Cleaner Lives The Western Recorder one of the leading Baptist publications in tho United States has taken a stan1 against divorce It is the stand that Baptists might have profitably taken years agoand yet the Western Recorder admits that divorce is oc cationally admissible The Western Recorder editorial of Thursday May 25 says According to the census reports more than a million divorces have been granted In this country in the last twenty years In the past ten years there has been one divorce ror theInumber of divorces increase in tho next few decades in the same ratio it has for the past ten years it will equal the marriages IWhile it is true that there are cases in which divorce is entirely Justifiable there can be little doubt but that in the great majority of cases it is without excuse or apology The wanton anSI reckless disregard of marriage vows not only reveals a deplorable lack of truth and sincerity tout betokens if possi ble even a worse state of affairs Incoming years The citadel of a nation is the home and the deadliest foe to the hlonvJ Vs the divorce court The present greatness of our nation has been achieved through the peace and purity of its homes Whatever therefore threatens the purity and perpetuity of our homes is to be dreaded more than death and shunned more than dishonor Certainly we confront in this question a serious problem and one which calls for speedy and drastic treatment It would seem that a uniform divorce law rigidly en forced is the first and most needed measure of relief Added to this there should be a campaign of edu cation in which our young people should be taught the solemnity and responsibility of marriage Let those who are to be Joined in the holy bonds of matrimony be made to feel that their lives are one till death us do part Let no one ap proach the marriage altar without serious thought and earnest prayer then shall it come to pass that marriages which are made in heaven Bhall not bo brokenon Jtwould be timely also for those who have or are contemplating separa tion to picture to themselves the bankrupt home the halforphaned children and the bitter but unavail ing regret FIRM AS ROCK LatestReports Show Cath ollc Knights In Front Rank Dr Felix Gaudin Supreme Presi dent of the Catholic Knights of America and Capt Michael Quinn of Brooklyn N Y a member of the Supreme Board of Trustees spent Sunday in Louisville Dr Gaudln was en route to his home in New BrookIIynCatholic Knights They were re turning from St Louis where they had attended a meeting of the Su preme Board Both Of them talked freely to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American concerning the affairs of the order All reports submitted to the Su preme Board showed that the Cath olic Knights of America were now In better shape than ever Not only Is the financial standing excellent but the membership is constantly In creasing Its present rates place It at the head of all fraternal organizations All the insurance commis sioners In yie various States recog nlze this as a fact No insurance organization in the United States fraternal or old line is safer No fraternal organization In the country could suspend today and pay Its members as much pro rata as tho CKofAInof all these facts it Is sun prising that Catholic men Join fra ternal societies that are not only nonCatholic but often dangerously near the point of antagonism to tho faith NEW DISTRICT COMMITTEEMAN Campbell Kennedy one of the best known young railroad offlcals in Lpuisvllle and a staunch Democrat has been elected the member of the State Central Committee from the Fifth district The election was held at a meeting of the Democratic City and County Committee on Thursday afternoon Mr Kennedy succeeds Ernest L Newman who resigned as a member of the comnlttef because be declared he did1iOt believe he should hold the omceof County Commissioner and serve as commlt teemanat the same time FOR CHARITYS SAKK- h It Is very probable that a conference of the sf Vincent 4e Paul Society yilll belInstituted fin Frank fort at an early date Rey Father ThoiBaa Major s interested in the pfojwtj 8I11tl1 yrnkfortKhlkhts of Columbus ajfe awong tk ohlef P1ooterCc l CABINET 4 Ministers Would Not Require Division When Landsomos Bill Passed Inclusion ot France Puts Damp er On AngloAmerican Peace Treaty LloydGeorges Reform Bill Will Work Revolution in England CHANCES FOR HOME RULE I Lord Lansdownes bill for the re construction of the British House of Lords passed its second reading in the house last Monday It was passed without division after War Secretary Haldane announced that rthe Government would not divide against it The Secretary said he welcomed the evidence the bill af forded that the Conservatives were convinced of the need of reforming the House of Lords but the Govern ment held that the passage of the i veto bill was essential before steps were taken In that direction I Tire second reading of the veto bill was passed to the House of Lords on Tuesday The Lords will eventually capitulate and pass the bill with the expectation that It will be repealed when the Unionists re turn to power I Cold chills ran down the backs of the Supporters of the AngloAmeri can peace pact in London when it was announced that advices from Washington made it perfectly plain that the proposals were less broad than was anticipated Frances In- clusIon while not disapproved would seem to reduce the general scope of the arbitration The English woulfl like to have a working agreement with the United States but they sadly oppose America eM I tending like hand of fellowship across the sea to either France or Germany I Few developments are expected In Parliament until after the corona I LordsIclude home rule from the veto bill I Any such attempt to limit the scope of the veto bill will be rejected by Premier Asquith and Minister Churchill The Premier will not have ro suggestrthe creatioirofnew Peers and Uls expected that the vOte bill in its present shape will become a law before July 1 The Tories are h ping against hope that a discussion of the details of home rule will bring about a break be tween the Irish Nationalists and Liberals The Tories in their hearts are not so violently against home rule as formerly but they are tied hand and foot for the time being by the Irish Orange faction Meanwhile Irishmen everywhere are full of hope The Irish organi zation of Great Britain which will 1 meet in Cork this year as an answer to the O Brlen faction has had a record year in its history Sub scriptions are coming in almost en tirely from poor Scotch and English workIngmen and have already reached the splendid total of 30000Besides the Lords veto bill and tile home rule bill the Britishers are all agog concerning LloydGeorges Bill for reforming conditions among the poor and aged Of Great Britain If it becomes a law it will affect Ireland as well as England Acjcording to LloydGeorges bill a sys teriT tt sanitariums are to be created and many other steps taken to pre vent the spread of tuberculosis Mo mentous as this scheme is the great est feature oThls iblll is the absolute revolution he proposes to make in ancient English habits and customs It asks lor nothing less than an absolute transformation of all their habits Ideas and temperament Under tfie new bill the Britisher Is aoked to place himself under com pulsion In almost every hour and step of hIs life He Is not asked but forced to contribute to the protec tion of old age and against the perils of sickness and unemployment while he Is still in his prime If his bill becomes a law LIoyHGebrge will go down in history as the greatest reformer England has ever known JEFFERSONVILLE LADY DEAD Mrs Margaret Keefe an aged and respected resident of Jeffersonvllle died at the home of her soninlaw Patrick DIxon 629 Missouri avenueI on Monday evening The deceased was the widow pf Pierce Keefe who died several years ago She was born in Ireland more than eighty years ago buthad lived in Jefferson yule since young womanhood Her I funeral took Place from St Augustines church on Wednesday I manyIsorrowing C COmImrAr1oNOtASSES c Large classes of children will re ceive tHeir first holy communion to morrow at St Anthonys St Mar tins acJ St Bonifaces churches I The RiM 4tev Bishop ODonaghue will administer the sacrament of conllrffiaTlori to a class of severS hundred children at St Boniface church at 7139o 1ocktq1lnr IV evening Last Sudlay Bishop ODon aghue conTTfmedi large otewKw f8tI Jelmi and St ViaoMt da Pauls r I IIJ4 i rr 1 4 M j II th- I I 0 I ClIf riTO Y IftIH ltIERJOA1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKMrtt- vodlot the Social and Mor i Advanceraemeat of Irish Aperlcaas and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young M ni Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY HUSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlihen SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YBAR SINOLB COPY 50 Bat red et the Lonlivllli Periodic a S coadClM ruttir ildreo an CoamiJnleilloBt to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oren St UNION RADES IJrBFl COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURUAY MAY 27 1911 IGNORANCETzIt is with pity not rancor thievery tolerant man and woman iin the United States will regard tb spirit of intolerance that ahowe Its head at a meeting of the General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church In this city las Monday evening The mover of resolutions denouncing the Roma Catholic church as a menace to clvl and religious liberty went n llttli beyond himself He also said that history would show his statements tto be true The preachers remark came as a climax to the tercentenarj celebration of the King James Dibleii Where would the English speaking people of the world today had t Bible were It not for the Catholic church Who guarded the Bible who made the arts and science popular and kept them salve in the socalled dark ages Who provided education In Europe when it was overrun by the Goths the Huns and the Danes 1 The Catholic church Who discovered America Th i ai Catholic Christopher Columbus financed by Ferdinand and Isabelle the Catholic King and Queen of Spain Catholic warriors fired bj the zeal of St Bernard fought the Crusades that prevented Mohammedanism from overspreading Eu rope When the spirit of religious and civil Intolerance ran riot In New England the Catholic Lord Baltimore and his colony established a seat oi religious and civil liberty In Mary land Sulllvans Waynes Murphy and Barrys are numerous In the war of the Revolution and what signer of the Declaration of Independence had more at stake than Carroll of Carrollton When Jackson fought at New Orleans In the war of 181215 his ablest supporters were the Jasper Greens a regiment of Irish Cath olics There were Catholic soldiers as well as Catholic leaders like Gens Shields and Phil Kearney In the Mexican war What American la there who would detract from fame of a Sheridan a Rosecrans theI Corcoran and his gallant Sixtyninth or of a Cloburne and a Beauregard during the civil war Would this pitiful Presbyterian say that Father Aibram Ryan was a foe to civil and religious liberty x because he gave to the people of tho South The Conquered Banner All the Presbyterians are not to be censured for the offenses or mil b takes of a few PEACE BUT NO ALLIANCE There are toadies In the United y States as well as In England who dearly love a Lord and adore a King These are the fellows who are boosting the peace treaty with Great Britain The United States needs no such treaty and England has the reputation of making treaties t only to break them It Is admitted that such a treaty would prove very acceptable to the British Govern ment because It knows that Amen cans would keep Its pact Why should the British Govern ment be so flollcltlous now when fifty years ago it not only sympa thized with the Confederacy but actually placed soldiers aboard ships to send them to aid In disrupting the American Union The United States needs no offensive and defensive alliance with any of the powers She wants with all France gave PeaceI Lafayette Germany a yon Steuben Poland a Kosclusko England sent us a Cornwallis and bought aI Benedict Arnold Wilt loyal Ameri cans join hands with an old enemy as against old friends Or will they remember Michael Scanlona Address to Columbia You now have royal beaux aroon Who trash about you late and soon Like stars about the summer moon Outrivaled by your glory B tit In the days when you were young a And sleuthhounds on your foot 1 steps hung And British tyrants gave them tongue fTwas then a different story I Plve us peace but no offensive and defenalve alliance with Great BritatB DAILIB6 own APOCOGY Several Louisville dally iwpera of the dangerous kind this kind that go off When they Me neIIfljdijjdV1 Jumped + en gene WM i th WM and charged hiss wtti wftdlsieipR Matthew Kelly a negro coavfet who committed a doubt rcurdw liat- k GoY Willaoa did not pardon 0- fJ Kelly He was paroled by the State Prison Board and the State records so show His parole was brought about by a petition signed by prop Inent Louisville officeholders pro fesslonal and business men A Republican Governor is not a ways as black as painted POPE PLUS WISDOMr I Class after class In our various parish churches are receiving thel first holy communion Many of then are just at the age of reason The pious demeanor of these little ones their evident understanding of the great honor and privilege that had come to thorn has been edifying tall Pope Plus X who at the outset of his regime announced his desire to restore all things to Christ Insisted on the smaller children receiving holy communion In this fair land of ours there were many who doubted the advisability or allowing young children to recelvti this the greatest of all sacrament Their doubts have been dispelled since they witnessed the piety oi these children These little ones as they grow in age will have a strength to resist temptations that are common to the young The will remember their first holy communions and Still become good men and good women SUNDAY BASEBALL Will somebody please show uc what harm there is in a game oi baseball on Sunday Last week the I Rev Father Phelan editor of the St Louis Western Watchman wrote Several of our Eastern CatholicI papers have joined forces with the Puritans In demanding the enact I ment of laws forbidding Sunday baseball We do not know any political or social institution In the United States that has done so much for morality qs professional base ball and the Sunday game Is the ell m Ix of moral Improvement among our boys To all of which the Kentucky Irish American says amen arid expresses the hope that Kentucky legislators will never become nar rowminded enough to put a quietus on Sunday baseball It Is the great national game and playing the game or watching others play it does not constitute a desecration of the Sabbath ANTISOCIALIST NUMBER Tho Providence Visitor a news paper representing the interests of Catholics In Rhode Island made its appearance last week with fiftysix pages The entire edition is devoted to a fight on Socialism Every article Is well worth reading and giving to your friends The Prov- Idence Visitor ought to be welcome In homes outside of Rhode Island It Is full of news truth and vigor We are all more or less prone to pity poor Ireland but why Ireland has little material prosperity no national freedom but she has the I grandest heritage in the world an unbroken possession of the true I theIof divorce and others forms of I Mormonlsm Ireland proudly refuses I ptyIare the eternal glories that tan never fade I IEvery devotion may be abused or the unwary may be scandllized at i the exploitations of outsiders Just at the present time while medals are takeILheIndividuals anil firms are advertising the advantage of wearing scapular medals Buy your medals scapulars prayer books and statuary born Catholic dealers in such wares The Ceclllan Choral Club the Trinity Choral Club and the Mackin ChpralCluballorgarJzationsoGathoU strated this year that something Is being lone for the moral and social elevation of their member This form of entertainxnentIS wholesome profitable and of ail educational value Each organization deserves Well of the people 1 American men and womfen have filled sill the berths in tramAtlanticl camera In order to sw a erqwh laced on the Md qt OMMre y Do- oliiy fM baitolayodti Mr 4 l7t kicked it aeroM the tissue ooeanT a a y4A IN MEMORY OF Bj VDENIS iMURPHXI The night is starless and a Sable bark All fringed with light from tb8 j eternal shore I Doth bear the vesper soul unto Iits throne i All robed In dazzling Immortality Anointed as thou went the prlnc I of God With holy chrism thou didst each day teach His perfect rythm in thb golden i song Of kindly deeds anti life of sacrifice Each deed doth shine resplendent ias the stars And numerous as the dewdrops which the sun Impearls on every amaranthine leaf Of virgin bloom and votive cypress wreath Thou didst unveil thy souls pure sanctuary Where consecrated hidden treasure lay And woven hymns and symphonic of lovo Swept on In wondrous strain from soul to soul Far far beyond the shadow of our night Amid the suns that gem infinity With seraphs thou dost glorify HisI name Thy lot Is cast forever with the I Lamb near us when lifes light is burn18e ing low When on the verge of the eternal day We hold the chalice to our lips and drink What all must tasteDeaths dark I dark sacramentJulia C KingI fi I SOCIETY VQiBCX Mrs Mary Fitzgerald of New Al bany is visiting relatives at Columbia Ky Silas Edith tMalohe Is visiting 1 In Memphis as the guest of Miss Florence slgnalgo T Al Barrett the well known fu neral director has gone to West Baden for a ten days rest I IIDrLeo Kearns has returned from Owensboro where he attended the meeting of the State Dental Society Miss Lula Riley of French Lick Ind has been spending the week here as the guest of Miss Ahnabelli Cox William B O Council who was Hanleyhas port Miss Katherine Mattingly of the HlgiilaniTs has been visiting at Leb anon the guest of Miss Althalre Matt ngiyIMrs Mary Morgan of 932 West EbenezetMorgaJfronds In Florida Miss Nell Kahoe who had been visiting relatives in Evansvllle has returned to her home on East Main street dew Albany Miss Bertha Ford ofSouth Louis Raineyhave tives at Bowling GreenIMisses Llhnle and Allie Brady who were the guests of Mrs Mary Brady In Clifton left Saturday for their home In Covington Mr and Mrs William Hlggina of this city and Mr and Mrs Frank Higgins of St Louis left Monday to spend a week at Dawson Spri1gsI Mrs Rose Tallon has announced the engagement of her sister Miss Minnie IT Smith to Irvin L Glass The wedTHng will take place In Aug ratMfsl daughterIIlls delightfullsitCrescent Hill Mrs Bernard J Janslngand Miss Mary G Cawthon returned Saturday from Ohio where they attended the alumni meeting of the Ursullne Convent In Brown county 21081Westguests this week her cousins MrsIII AgnesMcDonald Announcement is made in Jeffer marriageff ofrAlvin Malone the wedding to take place during June Spending the past week at West Laden Springs were Rev Charles P Raffo Charles J OConnor S M Raffo Phillip Ackermahri Pat J Regan and A B Hulskamn who are expected to return today Miss Stella Kehoe daughter of Mr and Mrs M J Kehoe of Jef fer sonvjlle has been elected assistant editorinchief ot the 1912 Itevonah I to be published next year by the Junior class of Hanover College 1 Edward Wall who visited his home in Jeffersonvllle on account of he illness of his father Capt Mike A Wall returned to incIQnatryes I erday CapL Walls friends are lad to hear that els Improving- Mise 1 Alehe Pettetof pant and chard A CecHI of New Haven wUl be united In marriage at St rancls church at Chlcago Kyk on- June6i The ftrJoY 1is the charming aiighter of George l et I totDantt Mrand Mrs Daniel 1iJiurphYJ naouBGe the engagement tf their opulftr and aecomplleked daughter lie Marie Murphy to Robert T aurkethe well known young law er The trading will take placeI MJtaOauCJ 7 MlB8 Katherine Baldwin of 333 tjorthTwen ty sixth street enter tamed last week iIn honor otherfriend Miss Nell Dant of Loretto Alter supper was served the hlippy crowd of young people enjoyed an automobile ride through tho city Both guest and hostess have many admirers Mr and Mrs Frank Wiegand of 1013 Marshall street entertained last Sunday afternoon and evening 1In honor of their daughter Florence Wiegand who received her first holy communion and was confirmed at St Johns church A bountiful supper was served and an orchestra i discoursed sweet music I I St Louis Bertrands church was the scene oi a pretty and happy mar- I rlago ceremony Wednesday morning I when the Rev Father J R Clark O P united In the holy bonds iof wedlock Miss Mary A Barrett and J Howard Coy There was a large gathering at the church to extend congratulations to the worthy couple who will make their home at 1015 West Oak street The residence Of John J Barrett 822 East Main street was the rendezvous for Irish minstrelsy on Thursday night of last week An eveningof real Irish melody was en joyed and the chief factors in the entertainment were Mr and Mrs Frank Carleton of Brooklyn NY humcturnI week Among those who enjoyed the music were Messrs and Mesdames T Al Barrett Raymond Barrett James P Hannon Bernard P J Kavanagh Messrs Parnell Barretl Walter Barrett and Misses Mary Wllhelmina Barrett Mary Catherine Hannon and Annie Breakshaw HAPPY CHRISTENING Holy Cross parish will be increased by one tomorrow afternoon when Uncle Joe Higgins and Aunt Nellie Noonan walk up the aisle carrying a dainty little maiden In fluff I garments and ask the Rev Paths Sherdan to baptize her as Mary Eileen The good soggarth will lOOK around and see Grandpa William M I Higgins and Grandma Mary Clines and Pa Tommy Clines and Aunt Hat rUe Higgins Aunt Mary Clines Aun Margaret Higgins Uncle John I Clines Uncle Frank Higgins and little Thomas WlUJam and Hug Olines and will say to h rnself if not openly Mary Eileen I hope Ill never be too ill nor too busy to de cline to christen a Clines EXCURSION TO JASPER Judging from present Indications and promises of support the excur sion to Jasper Ind on Sunday June 11 will be a great success Uniform Rank and Central Committee C K of A have joined hands In promoting the excursion and ia great day is assured all who attend The people of Jasper have arranged to welcome their Kentucky brethren I with open arms The committee In charge has all details arranged and Is anxious for the day to roll around TRINITY WINS CLERGY Trinity Council hold a well at tended meeting on Monday night President V K Ecker occupied the chair Nicholas Hubbuch Sr who has been confined to his homo fox some time was reported Improving Carl Veith was reported ill Rev Father Patrick Monaghan Secretary to Bishop ODonaghue and iRev Father S J Mensa were elected tb membership The application of Louis N Ecker was also received Quite a lot of routine business was disposed ot during the evening SURPRISED Miss Blanche Flley of New Albany was given a surprise dinner at the home of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs John Winn of 1013 Beeler street last Sunday afternoon It was the occasion of her birthday and many of her friends were guests I Among those present were Misses Ida Filey Annie Hurley Grace Hur ley Gertrude Hurley Annie Bullock Irene Lips and Pearl Wlnn Music followed tho dinner and all enjoyed the hospitality offered by Mr and Mrs Winn ST MICHAELS CLAsS Rev Father Martin OConnor will administer first holy communion to a class of fifty children at St Michaels church at the 7 oclock mas morrow mornig Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue will administer the sacrament confirmation to the same class at 9 oclock St MichneTa church will be crowded by friends ot the children on both occasions PATHER GAFFNEY NAY COME There Is a well defined rumor In local circles that the Rev Father Francis A Gaffney O P will soon come to Louisville to succeed Father Clark as Prior of St Louis Ber trands Father Gaffney Is well and favorably known In Louisville and will keep allVe the Dominican spirit In that parish CLOSE OF MISSION The mission which began at St Mary STagflalen churchlast Sunday morning will close tomorrow evening at 731 oclock The church has been crowded at the exercises both morning and evening Two eloquent Jesuits Rev Fathers Albert J Dlerkes1 and MtEEoeT Leary con ducted tmtHlotJ The pastor ler FatheriWlllIara Gauaepohl la try much gratified at the way his artfibloners attended the mission UNIVERSITYBEQUBSTS I The Catholic University at Wash ngton la receiving benefits through tquests but none ot them from the rery rlok Within the pattew reeks It received 4VQOQO from the tats of Martin J Kavanagh jet Brooklyn 1000 from the estate of Uf JDlleri Haggartyalsoe of Brook 1JIj and HOftO folIrth estate f lamflyeU NEW LOUiSVILLE JOCKEY CLUB SPRING TwentyThree Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Saturday May landEnding on Kentucky Oaks Day Thursday June 8 Tobacco Stakes Tuesday Juvenile Stakes Thursday Fehr Stakes Saturday I SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M STARS SHONE And There Were Myriads- in Evidence at The Campus I Mackin Councils Choral Club played The Campus to crowded houses at the Mary Anderson Theater on Wednesday Thursday and Friday evenings and expects to have a record breaking attendance at ttio i matnee this afternoon Pretty girls gowned as sweet girl graduates stab I II collegeboysmusic made up an attraction that seldom falls to the lot of amateurs Those who saw The Campus willI go to any other show given under thet II cleanIkind that makes oze forget troubles and starts one out with a new lease on life I It will not do to particularize on the stars because each boy and was a star In his or her part girlII Abble Chester as the leading was as dainty and winsome as over Yet site Was generous enough to dl vide honors with Miss Lanna LongI and Miss Bertha Cohn They were Ia trio of American beauties that would attract attention anywhere i Thomas D Clines Aulyn Kanaton Louis Kieffer Patrick King George Kieffer and Adolphus Andriott had the leading male roles and each ac quitted hlmpelf admirably The great Interest centers around the Prizefight at the close of the first act Women and children get ex cited and hold their breath until this scene is over If you are worried or have that tired feeling go out and see The Campus this afternoon You will come away feeling in a better humor with yourself your enemies and the world at larg- ewoRIC I ON WING Cardinal Gibbons Memor- Ial Hall at Washing ton D C The Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Hall at Washington D C has been begun and one wing of it will be ready for the opening of the uni versity In October This wing will contain rooms for sixty students and will have in the basement a large I and commodious recreation room The basement of the tower will also be built and will give room for a commodious temporary chapel forI the students of Gibbons Halt and Albert Hall The material used is Post Deposit granite and the trim I mings are Bedford limestone This wing 106X40 feet will be three stories in height and will be fireproof throughout FAREWELL NOT GOODBYE Lovers of Irish music had a real- treat at the Gayety Theater this week In hearing the Carletons Frank and Kate In a few minutes of wit and melody The Minstrel 80yIThe Kerry Dancos Cruis keen Lawn Last Rose of Summer and Believe Me If All Those Endearing t Young Charms followed in such rapid succession that the real I Irish Irish were entranced Mra Carleton has a soprano voice of wide and exquisite sweetness while Mr Carleton has a baritone that Is pow erful and full of melody Both sing Irish melodies like they loved them It is honed they will come soon again Their turn Is a pleasing In novation along Irish comedy lines As soon as the people In America learn to appreciate what this turn means Mr and iMra Carleton will have many Imitators In Irish canal cal acts CAPT JACK GILLOOLY The Lifesaving headquarters at Washington D C have nominated John F GUlooly to succeed the late William M Devan as Captain of the local lifesaving station Capt Glllooly has been a member of the Ilocal lifesaving crew since its estab lishment and has taken part in many thrilling rescues He was born of nab parents at Jackson MIss but has spent most of his life In Louisville Capt Glllooly Is a practical Catholic and a devout member of the Cathedral parish SHORT AND BUSY On account of the euchre at BerI rand Hall last Monday night Presi dent Henneasy hustled business through in the meeting of 4 Kcr H7 Edward Nash DivisionII posed for membership oo ran was elected a member and Pat McGuire and John Lawless were II obligated It was announced before the meeting closed that there would be a special meeting to initiate a large class next Monday evening When the meeting adjourned the members Vent upstairs and took part In the euchre QUITE SUCCESSFUL The bazar fpr the benefit of St Loulal Berrand ehureh was af great iueeMf Whenall the return are I liadVit iB betlleved the fund lUll Crete 10000 Father Clark andiI bk other Domlrileaha realdent LouUvlll return tbaki to aUfth II tUUd In mkln the tuar auceew Jo ll- n c r r1I oTJO STORE has been transformed The betterments are in evidence everywhere New Goods and New Ideas hold sway in the most uptodateRUG CARPET and DISPLAY IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE ONE LOW PRICE on strictly reliable goods lets no regrets i follow if you trade here x 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adopted the suggestion that the three degree should hereafter be given on sep arato occasions Newport and Bishop Carrell Councils will hold a joint initiation to morrow M V Kannally and his Chicago team will exemplify the third degree- S Attending the working of the third degree at Manchester N H were 1200 members the largest gathering ot Knights that ever at tended a similar occasion In Nov EnglandMilwaukee Knights are planning to erect a 60000 building In thi rear of its present quarters The new building will Include a meeting hall gymnasium swimming pool ant bowling alloys- Tomorrow will be a great day tot the Louisville Knights In the morn will receive holy cor- nmunionht the Cathedral and in the afternoon will receive A large class Into the order- Indianapolis Council conferred the first degree on a class of fifty candl dates on Monday night Next Monday the same candidates will receive the second degree The third degree will be exemplified early in June A class of eighty will receive the three degrees at Richmond Ind to morrow Teams from Connersvllle Brookville and Fort Wayne will put on the degreo work Elaborate preparations have been made to en tertain the vlsltors- LATEST STAKE DATES The big event of the week at Churchill Downs will be the Louisville handicap which will be run this afternoon It has a value of 2500 and some of the beat horses In the city will be In the contest On Tuesday Decoration day the Tobacco stakes will be the feature The Juvenile stakes for twoyearolds will be run on Thursday while a double event the Frank Fohr stakes and Gentlemens cup will be run next Saturday The Paris mutual machines continue to give satisfac Lion to the patrons of the sport IOLD JIESIDENCE DESTROYED Cheatervllle the original home ot GeorgS WyihV one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and said tor Be the oldest residence B the Unltmtwaideetrlffld by fire OB Italday morBlHgi It was Joet d agar BamptoaVs n- CI H5i t MAGIC rEw ta r SUPERIOR F4 R- 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MONUMENTS Wears now receiving from Barre Vermont three carloads Monuments for ouV springtradethelargestandbest ever earrted which we eau offer at a brgaiB Pleas iveusacslh MULDOONMonument IU W Onwn j iillliJ 0 yVt BEST SHOWING Catholic Lead nChurch- Attendance In London The Baptist World which 1 is usually at war with the Catholic church in Its issue of Thursday May 25 said Sir W Robertson Nicoll has a powerful plea in the British Weekly for A League of Worshiping Chil dren who will form the habit of going to church He pleads the there is growing up a generation of children who have not formed the habit of going to church He gives the statistics for Aberdeen which are very alarming In the Estab lished church only 147 per cent of the Sundayschool children go to church In the Free church it is a shade better J90 per cent The Baptists show only 163 per cent the Congregationalists 1862 per cent The Roman Catholics make the best showing with 306 per cent The result is already manifest in de creased attendance at church wor ship partfcularly in the evening The young people did not form the habit of going to church when chil dren and do not go now that they are older They do net love worship with all the charm of fellowship with the eternal God The British Free churches continue to show a steady decrease in membership because the children are not converted We have come to the curious crisis when the Sundayschool which was started to Win the children to Christ and the church may take the place of the church and of Christ This ought not to be so It need not be so But alas 1t is so In too many instances It behooves pastors parent teach ers to awaken to the situation and to rectify it Mend your own fences Dp your Sundayschool pupils stay to church BRIEF SESSION Alackin Council held a brief and busy meeting on Monday night Vice President Joseph Hancock presided James Mullarkey and W F Schaetzley who have been 111 were reported improving A H Senn was also reported on the sick list Only matters of ordinary routine were dis posed of The Opera Committee reported everything ready for Wednesday night ST PHILIP NERIS Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue administered the sacrament of confirmation to a class of ninetytwo children at St Philip Nerl church Floyd and Woodbine streets yesterday The Bishop spoke earnestly and eloquently to the young Chris tian soldiers The children had been carefully trained under the direction of Rev Dr O P Ackermann RECOVERS FROM INJURIES Miss Margaret Hines of Jefferson ville who was injured while getting- on a street car some time ago and has been in a nervous condition since Is again at her desk at the Court House and ismuch Improved She is not reporting the cases now on trial but will shortly resume her duties as court senographerTx MOTION PICTURES Cool and delightful are the Casino and Orpheum Theaters dur- Ing the present spell of warm weather The pictures are uptodate and entertaining and new films are shown each day With the electric fans and cool atmosphere everybody finds in these houses a place to spend a most enjoyable hour while out during the day- SECOND CLASS A class of sixtyfive boys and girls ranging In age from ten to eleven years mill receive first holy communion at St Vincent de Paul church at 8 oclock mass tomorrow Cnme afternoon at 230 oclock the same children will be enrolled in the Confraternity of the Scapular May devotions and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will close the exercisesI 91oclockFord will celebrate a months mind mass for the repose of the soul of Father Denis Murphy at St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak streets Quite a number of priests of the diocese and many friends outside Tie parish are expected to be present CHURCH IMPROVEMENT The Board of Trustees of St larys church New Albany has caused a granitoid plaza to be constructed in front of the church The board is now planning to alter the church spire and install a modern heating plant I FAMOUS PRIEST COMING Rev Father Bernard Vaughan the famous London Jesuit priest win visit the United States on a preaching and lecture tour next September VISITOR FROM SOUTH John McAullffe formerly a mesh ber of the Louisville police force now a police officer in Memphis is spending the week in Louisville with his brother Capt Mike McAuliffe WILL FIGHT SOCIALISM The growth of antireligious social theories In the United States has for some time past been a source of anxiety tk the Cathode clergy Asa result of several prfyate meetings field by prominent Catholic laymen tNeTKT York City comprehensive plan of notion hag now been Decidedi upgn and steps taken to give Iit yt- Itact at once It is a plan or ecta= mens tIeItN Leeru10rriOolalltuIUeah1 Henformt and untler Its aunplcea rinpttont Jleuir rs rill conduct EPI i J I J L1 V regular courses of systematic study pt social questions Classes wlll be opened next Septemberf and will con- tinuo through tile winter and spring From present indications the Lay l Importantlj I theories and the fallacies of Social- Ism I IJl1POSING I PAGEANT I In the Julys from 1911 to 1914 In San Diego there wilt be held unique celebrations linking Catholic missions In California In early times with the Panama Exposition to be held In San Francisco from January to December 1915 The celebrations will be in charge of Franciscan monks for It was Father Junlpro Serra a Franciscan who established In 1769 at San Diego the first of tho Upper California missions sent there to do BO by the Viceroyof Mexico When Charles HI ruled Spain The celebration this coming July will open with a Pontifical high mass celebrated by Bishop Conaty at a great floral altar in Balboa Park and be followed by a pageant of the twentyone missions that line the way between San Diego and San Franclaco the Interval between each mission being a days Journey on toot In the pageant the people of each mission will be shown by living characters costumed in seventeemh century period There will also be shown a pageant record of West Coast history from the discovery of the Pacific by Balboa in 1613 to the period of American occupation tol lowing the close of the war with Mexico In 1848 These cover the conquest by Cortez the downfall of Montezuma and the Aztecs and the colonization of California I IFOR WOMANS EYE are a fad of the mo mentChangeableI chevlotls one of the new fabrics I I prettyhalrI and old silver Is fashionable l aboutthreequarterat the b6ttom as at the plain top I anywherebetweenample width Is a feature of all I Fancy effects both In coats and amongtheI Braids of all kinds are used on tailor made suits and dresses in various widths in plain and fancy designs I manyformscollar is much in evidence Some smart effects In fancy revers are shown as well as many side fasten ings I While many of the sleeves are cut In one with the body of the coat others are similar to the regulation coat sleeve but fuller than they were last soasonIAlthough some skirts are trimmed quite elaborately to match the coats the tendency toward simplicity Is I markedII or those made of lace are seen In many Jackets1t SCALLOPED POTATOES Slice as many potatoes as needed butter a baking dish place In a layer of potatoes sprinkle with salt pepper and a scant tablespoonul of flour then another layer of and so on until the lpotatoesII used then cover the cracker crumbs and small lumps of butter cover all the potatoes with milk and bake in a moderate oven one hour BAKING POWDER BISCUITS The old method of making baking powder biscuits wps the minute they were out and In the pyri to pop them l in the oven Try letting them rise from fifteen to twenty antaitues be fore baking sad noticet the differ eawje in size lightness and taste DISEASE FLIES Tests In Dublin have shown that the wind W111 carry disease Ibacferfa 200 feet and as high as sixty feet Into the air eVen When there Is a heavy rainfall I IIRJSJI ARE MORAL Statistics that the people of Iroland are the most moral In the world ti I FOOLISH REVENGE Nothing Is more foolish nor more productive of misery to yourself than revenge Banish all malignant and revengeful thoughts They make the best race look ugly If your re venge be not satisfied It will give you torment now if it be It will be greater hereafter There Is no greater selftormentor than a malt cious and revengeful person who turns the poison of his own temper upon himself The Christian precept In this case is Let not the sunvgo down upon your WrathThe Pytha I senseIbroke out Into opprobrious language before the sun set they gave one another their bands and with them a discharge from all injuries and so with a mutual reconciliation parted friends TIlE TRANQUIL DAY Every morning compose your soul for a tranquil dy and all through it he careful often to recall your resolu tioa and bring yourself back to it so to say Jf something discomposes you do notga ipse or troubled but hav ing Discovered the fact humble yourself gently before Gdandtrr to bring your mind Into 40 quiet attl tude Say to yourfoU Well I h ye I goIthis each time howevers frequently yotA Mll When Ur at peace use f if prpilta4jly making ippiwtant sets tot mtkn M and seeking to be cshn even to the meet Irirllng things I Above all do not W dIseoursgedbe PUentjwJhtrIJetDitttala a aIDle1tle spirit lJl HUMBLE MILLERS Minneapolis Not So Proud As On Last AQpear anceI Joe Cantlllons Minneapolis Mill era play here this afternoon and to morrow with the Colonels and the fans will not find them as chesty as Aprilhavingbeing shoved from first to third place and at the rate they are going now will be lucky to stay in the first division After the opening of the season it was predicted In these columns that this team had the ad vantage of spring training and was not as strong as last year especially at short stop and was weak in right field The change in the Colonels i lineup has strengthened them con siderably and it would not be surprising If they defeated Minneapolis both games Orlmshaw at first and Howard at second are a tower of strength to the Infield and by plac ing Stansbury In the outfield retains the teams batting strength and it looks like Manager Howard could stand pat on the present lineup A few misguided fans wanted Stanley taken out of the game and replaced by Fisher but ft only took a day or two to see the folly of this several runners scoring from second on short singles who Stanley would have thrown out easily or held them at third The same few do not real ize that Stanley is bitting the ball hard but unluckily Louisville will play at Columbus Monday and If fair weather Decoration day Tues day will play to a monster crowd Columbus fans being tickled over their team being in first place SEW YORK CATHOLIC SCHOOLS In 1840 there were only eight Catholic parochial schools in New York City with a total attendance of about 4000 pupils In the bor ough of Manhattan today there are sixtyseven schools with a register of 52213 pupils These schools have been erected at a cost of 8664500 and the total cost o4 their maintenance for the year 1909 was 598140 In the three of the five boroughs of the city of New York which are comprised in the archdiocesan limits viz Manhattan Bronx and Richmond there are ninetyfive Catholic schools with an attendance of 61485 pupils and the total amount of money spent for their support in the year 1909 by the Catholics of the three boroughs was 682240 Tho Board of Education of New York City spends about 50 a year for the education of each pupil attending the public schools and it is estimated that the Catholic citizens of Manhattan Bronx and Richmond boroughs save tho taxpay ers more than 3000000 annually In school tax To erect now school buildings for these tens of thousands bf Catholic school children would require the expenditure of about 20000000 by the Board of Education HOPKINS TIIEATER Hopkins Theater announces for next week the appearance of The Flnneys worlds champion swimmers in a crystal tank James Fn ney himself holds the record against all competitors for every variety of water feat and the girls used in the act are also said to excel both along lines of beauty and in skill TEMPORARY CURATE TThe appointment of the Rev Father S J Mensa as assistant priest at St Patricks church Is only temporary It Is probable that a permanent assistant to Father Cronin Will be appointed at an early date ABBOT VISITS ABBEY The Right Rev Richard M Phalen Abbot of the Trappist com munity at Mount Melleray Jreland fa this week the guest ot Abbot Obrecht He passed through Louisville loxiethsemano last week IRTSILWIHP UNSEATED Capt Anthony J Donelan the Irlsn Nationalist whip who defeated William OBrien in the Eastern division oT CoYk at the last general election has been unseated by the court that neariTlho petition against his election The court declined to brand Capt Donelan with personal dishonor The seat was not claimed by the OBrienitcs GARBLED MESSAGE At the last moment Mr Gayley found he could not attend the gar den party at Miss Fentohs house and it was ot course imperative that he should send his regrets so he summoned Michael the family gardenerTell Miss Bessie that I am very sorry but business will prevent me coming he said Yes slrsald Michael Andstay a moment said Gayley Could you remember a line of poetry Certainly sorrI Well tell her Though lost to sight to memory dear IHaltI an hour Jlater Michael was delivering his message to Miss Fen I 1ton1 andand though hes lost his sight his memorys clear And I may I be forgiven fqr the untruth Im tellln yet CHEAP FURNITURE POLISH Equal parts ot turpentine and l kerpBlne applied with a place of I flannel makes a cheap and ef fective furniture polish w FRIHD POTATOBS JputjusEenol skillettooaqthqmilkl I ditIC FRANK FEHR NOORPOHArBD BREWING eft I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVTTlTffi KY QUI SPECIAL BREWI- s s Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INOORPORATEDLfurIeVxx4x x It Z Cumb 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Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contract SIMPLY CHARMING ANDSO VERY CHEAPI 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of CincinnatiO- ne of the above steamers leaves the Wbarfboat foot of Third street every Sunday t9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home aboutt7p in ROUND TRIP ONLY Stic live Derr Iwyp M Niuatlai thattwlll ftfa fit ntm w H- fe5tjXAyiERf5 COtAJEQE n2 Wearirytarlri K7 eudactA11 the Xareriui BtaHnW CliMlnl k tIe H4 w elwre2repmr orv De 1aPeol WII Igstp 7 awJPk CBvTHOMPSON e JONLYSpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH VENUE Roth Telephones 10BO All orders receive propt attratiooa end satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JeffersonvUlv lndt own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Icsane and epileptic patients Both male and femme patients are admitted Rates very reM 3nable For further particulars apply to JrllRCYJ Sparks Avenue Jetlerionltle Iii HENRY ftAIJII PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing ApparelM WORK GUARANTEED Stree9PCENTRAL FURNITURE CO IIncorporatedW Core Third and Greets SLIN We furnish the home com plete OQ easy payments i DiI r HENRY HUNOLD a1SAlasa Staple aid- A flU CM1II i FIT CLAtS JAMPLE MMI INrDINNLCTN 1 oldkwkbitie a 6pedsity 4M S241JM n n J i n r- u II ii- t y I r- J 1IRXH wX LTCA rant H ITHE BM STORE Special Sale Mens Quality Suits 1oA wonderfulassortment of the very latest Spring and Summer Styles and Fabrics On sale one week beginning today Saturday and ending next Friday I I r THE BIG STOREMILTON M MABBLBSTONE b CO 424 West Market Between StIIFourth mad Filth k Piano Values==Our Methodsi t- In I advertlsngour piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along Intelligent lines the course to pursue in selecting a piano one 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 the you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt Ing uf our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison i MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COe Incorporated oQltih6aO FOURTH AVENUE JfJfJ I TICKETjGood my New Blend Coffee at 2l2lbsI 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY 8TREETgiS f SHOES and SLIPPERS We have the most complete line of Footwear ever exhibited w in this city which is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to make their c COMMUNION and GONFIRMflTION You will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens t Shoes the best made VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET ST JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON 4= Naughtons PharmacyPres- criptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS AWNINGS AND TENTS I A large stock of tents on hand tar sale or rent We do more and bitter work than anyone here I Orders by mail promptly attend to ii Estimates cheerfully furnished j I Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST f IT DOESNT AY l To argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start andbbe satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MAHOPACTURBO BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated rlaDtLoulnUle In GEHER SON9 215 WEST MARKET STREET SHM TJ CBIBBRATED NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATORR The Only 1InsulaUon1 The QUICK MEAt GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslrIJJ ered desirable In a Gas Range t 10EQUALIt I- Ipablic are DR Je TCHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and 1 Hrse Shoeing Forge i 4 J trISCIENTIfIo J ItW QMbd Fariwd DWlr4pi Iall Breese IPPtt 4S POML 7IWM+ ItViNTrl Jlf J J 1 1o- J i At is fllaeR IAN What They HaVe Been Doing the PastWeekOeneralNews There will be no regular meetings of the local divisions next week Many County Boards will hold their annual celebration on Labor dayThe County Board met last night A full report of the proceedings will appear In our next issue Division 19 of Waltham Mass has given 5000 for the purchase of a hall and still has 13200 In tthe treasuryDivision 46 and Ladles Auxiliary 38 of Waltham Mass made a ii profit ot 1800 from their race fair and tJazar- National President James J Regan with the National degree team 1 in itiated a class of 187 members in Omaha last week- Throughout all the Eastern States the divisions are protesting against alliance between the United States and Great Britain Next month will be a busy one for Louisville Hibernians There will be matters of Importance for consideration at every meeting Now York Hibernians wlll have their annual memorial mass for deceased members in St Patricks Cathedral next Tuesday Hlbernlanlsm Is booming in Ne Hampshire This month twenty eight new members were recely Into the order at Dover Last Sunday the newly organized degree team officiated at the Initiation of a tare class for Division 60 of Boston the candidates being printers and newspaper men Nine divisions of South Boston proceeded In a body to St Eulallas church last Sunaay morning to receive holy Communion and hear Rev Mortimer deliver the sermons The next public event In Hiber nlan circles will be the annual ml summer celebration ICompete men will have charge ot the arrangements and it is predicted this years event will surpass anything ev given by the Ancient Order in Lou ville Members would do well to askl themselves what they are doing for the order There are many w have not yet secured even one candidate I for initiation They should get busy among their friends and help double our membership before t next State convention By the action of the late convention of the Ancient Order at Portland the scholarships established various States in the Catholic University 1 at Washington have be raised from 250 to 400 and it is expected that this generous provision will increase the demand for thesIS scholarships that are now among t best academnlc prizes within the reach of Catholic youth National President Regan calls upon members to prevent the ratifi cation by the Senate of the Anglo American arbitration treaty which In reality is a war measure pure and simplean effort to get the United States back of England in h troubles with other nations Th alliance is particularly directed a IEUCIIREI For Benefit of the Sacred Heart Home In June The friends and neighbors ot Sacred Heart Home 218222 East College street have arranged a lawn tote and straiwioerry festival on the grounds of the home for the after noons and evenings of Tuesday an Wednesday June 6 and 7 The af lngExecutlveGanz Chairman George A Burkle- Secretary AIS Smith Treasurer and Jacob Hubbuch Manager Other members of the committee I 1Sacred1 more hap a month past Ladles and gentlemen are aa working earnestly fo aid Tao Sisters of Mercy In mak ing the affair a success Euchre e will bo played every afternoon and evening at 3 and 816 oclock Be the euchre games supper wit e served No charge will be madeI for admission to the grounds but tickets are being sold for twentyflu- cents that will entitle the holder either to play euchre or to an ex I cellent suppfr Many handsome I prizes will be disposed of at the euchreThe 1 several booths and the ladles I charge or each are to be as t HBColemaWnallen linen Mrs R B Loran bbootheuchre Mrs George Zoll supper I Mrs Lena Hoffman Raymond Bar rett will be in charge of the wheel The above named lladles Will ibe as d tiy lady representatives from every parish in the city FONTAINE FERRY PARK Feminine talent wjll predominate next weeks vaudeville show at Fontaine Perry To start with an octette of girls contribute the head attraction billed aa The Eight Original TJerlin Madcaps They a lively Aggregation of dancing girls hailing trom Berlin seal are claimed to have the Wrest agile and skillful ensemble act In vaudeville Feminine entertainers iwlll again hold the stage exclusively when The Mr e California Girls appear These youag woman add a charm to their offering through their personal atneiJs in addition to which tIIIRQlalanlano aedee11o playing tad one of sopranoiRi4t+ 1 o f c- O V SOCIETY DlllECTOli tl AOt JH DIVISION Meets at Falls City Halt on Flr and Third Tuesday PresldentWllJlamMurpby Vice President Anthony Tomp klns Recording Secretary Joseph E Farrell FlnanclalSecretaryThosDolaJiTrel18urerThoml18 SergeantatArmsLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meeti First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway FordtsmithntRetarding SecretaryWilliam TI Meehan lFinancial Secretary John Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman ViceP tHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thom Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G He elon TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Steven- w Sentinel Thomas Noon 4edMeets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy LynchRecording J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal1 laghan ntSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday erAt Elks Hall County President Lawron Ford President John G Cole hoVice PresldentJE Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh b1 Grodr Financial SecretarYJohn Hogs heTreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar rlty SentinelThomas Gleason byMarshalDliohael Noon IeMACKIN COUNCIL 2p5I Meets Monday Evenings at Club heHouse 344 North Twentysixth President =Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Hancock A 0 Link Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording Secretary R Osboroe Corresponding SecretarYH Ker bergTroasureW A Link SheehaneisInside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart ItrAT IER l ltIb 20 Years Headache A 1910I0 nervousheadacheyears old the pan Increased with m- age without I headachesHave tried any dPCer PastorKoenlgsn onbandanybody should doubt the medseagd Intellectual power were getting dull throughY1 lessens the paIn and quiets the nerVes feelshereforowonderful remedy FR1E odic A Valuable Book on Ner SamplobotPoorUentefreeireparcdFortWaJDaKOENIQ COChloaBolIi101il ol4 by DrotrgliU at II per Bottle 6 for 95 Urge Size 1TB B Bottlei for 99 1sex will be sees In the act of Harry areTheElitee t musical comed- and are slated to present a neatInovel and laughable conversation I andances j downforhisburlesquing 1 I IrishathletesIn Ihe garden a new musical proffgramme will bo introduced Sunday y Felix Slrjgnanoand his Aand A heardIncryrte AVENUE THEATER The patrons of the Avenue Theater have had a week of merriment with excellent vaudeville turns and motion pictures Each week the thequality J1terarrangeemnthas JmerQust Jttl phere ata comfortable temperature k OFFICER nnoxJifl ANKLE Officer JI Murphy ot the Seventh police district while walk- Ing bjs beat Monday night fell on the slderwaTk at Thirteenth and Maple street and suetalned a 0l the Tight ankle He was a- emoved to JiJ home at Bl North Ttypeatyis 6b8 ttmt lxhere Jie 1is sour renting M coiafortahlr aapae slble under tile alrautaetaeoee 0 l F 1 t IRELAND Record of Hie Most Important of the Recent Events Culled 8tFrom Exchanges The town of Llatowel Js soon to be Illuminated by1 electricity The death of Mrs Mary Mc Manus of Roslea is much regretted Mr Daniel Coughlan a well known Sklbbereen resident has passed way in his seventysecond yeah The Most Rev Dr Fennelly has appointed the Rev W Purcell of Templemore to toparlsh priest of Itllconmon Donegal Board of Guardians resolved when advertising for tlwir annual supplies to Include Irish grown tobacco- J Frank Tyrqll speaking at Ark low Urban Council called attention to the lack of train service between Dublin and Arklow The Local Government Board has finally sanctioned the appointment of James Doyle as relieving officer of the Boyle Union The iLlsmore Rural Council has nattysagLScasting vote P Dunne was his opponents The Athy Guardians and District Council have elected Miss Cluxton SubofSfleer and inspector of dairies Alderman Daniel ODonnell was SlIgoThefrom January owing to the Alder mans Illness The Presentation Community at Klldare to which order she had been devoted for fortyfive years Is the poorer by the death of Mother Magdalen Nolan Miss1 Nanoe OSullivan fourth daughter of JeremIah D OSullivan Tralee has been reeclved into ttte Presentation Order of Nuns at the Llstowel convent JI R Wilkinson son of the late Clerk has been appointed Clerk of Petty Sessions for the Falcarragh district of Donegal There were three other applicants coTwo ladies Mrs Mary OConnor and Mrs Jane Alarlow Burke have been returned unopposed as Guardians for the Mallow Urbana District of Mallow Union Opening the Ennls Quarter Ses nalone Judge Bodkin K G said there was but one case to go before the grand Jury and he congratulated them on the condition of their countyArising out of the party disturb ances at Armagh in January last thirtyone claims for compensation were heard before Judge Green who awarded damages totalling close on 1000 The appointment to the Magis tracy of PoJ iFehily merchant of Ballineen County Cork is announced Fehily Js one of the youngest Magistrates in the county and is well known in local comercial- rl circlesMuch regret is felt throughout the diocese of Clogher at the news of the death of the Rev Terence Connolly at Ekra County Tyrone at a comparatively early ago The de ceased priest was a native of the parish of TullycoPbet Patrick Macken J P Chairman of the Grandard Guardians was shot dead as a result of a shocking acci dent at his residence at Ballinalee near CSranard It Is believed that Macken was in the act of taking the loaded gun from its place at the end of a settlebed when It was acef dentally discharged AUTOMOBILEe Will Be Handsomest Award StaJames The bazar for the benefit of St 5Tnnesniurch will be held next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and evenings Instead of the ordinary combination books twentyfive ce tickets are being sold to dispose of new model automobile It Js a fin passenger touring car worth 1250 In addition lo the automobile many other prizes will be disposed of the various booths Supper will served by the ladies of the parls bout evenings and all who attend Ate assured of an appetizing meal Rev Father E E Wlllett an his entire congregation are to raise funds for a new church Th committee of ladies is made up Mes Speeyd r man Edward Herget A R Yhti1dMazzoni Charles Crush and Louis Traub 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