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III SUITS 15 MADETO MEASURE SEELlAth HOTEL BUILDING VOLUME XXVIII SATURDAY APRIL 61 1912 I ENTHUSED Was Largo Gathering at I Meeting ot the Catholic Federationpre Plans Outlined For Natto Convention Here Next August Feature Will Be the DEon Parade and Display at Night WILL BRING THOUSANDS HERE I I The meeting of the delegates of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies at the Catholic Womans Club on Thursday night of- waslast week was a notable one and marked throughout by a spirit of real enthusiasm This was in small measure due to the rem of Col John P Whallen who In1 t a brief but forceful speech spoke the work before the local federal and his own deep interest In it of the poweri for good that lies Inwas willunitedof Interest does not lessen the strength of the Individual socf styWilbut rather Increases It I I Dr Peter S Ganz presided overII the meeting which numbered nearly a hundred delegates Thomas Dolan I and John J Score were seated representatives of the County Board A O H and Central Com mitten C K and L of A Ienlc varIous committee reports w read by Secretary James D Kefedeand also letters from Dr g t Schachncri and Dr Gilbert Sntlth accompanned by chocks to help defray the expenses of the na tlonal convention which meets here next August and for which oaten girocalled preparations aro being made Thomas Keenan presented a ha I I some contribution from Branch 2 ndof the Catholic Knights and Ladles as forlllbernian the ftlvel t the route for the monster night r TJehad been rnapd- rthatthp Work w ovIng al- u ongf 0thothat each parish be represented by float This unanimously a setoCampbJrpropttoncity parishes It is thought this will add thirty floats to the num that will be placed In the parade he Catholic societies reCftfesorgiSomusiinterestbeportsall societies to the federation wl thlduringbeaddMessJohnrs inDougfcerty wore named a commit to visit those branches of the Cath olio wbresented Kwill1 residBtJoththTtlonwllOhaTesFrjOConnor settheCuorganIzedsafetythose whadeth1thousandsthecomeMessrsJohnrespondtoed frthemom Order thllendorsIngfedetlonlurbyilbeonthewbo1 helconvenUont anytionthe orsHURTequal ndWhilewillSquarothejamesTlerney met with the first acted of the season During the ga tohomeNsufferedbeCIBuschemeyeri tametoduty and ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS mako men Hundreds ie p00willant soulMartinandplaceto1AUgust1no1lJDOConnenandmassofr foremanthe Louisville Nashville railroad1 JnonhadIn tb8 the locapylnlonaryarty was a native of Jeffersonvi lie and a ton of Mr gFOgarty sImany years ago He was wlarlwas MlM Mollie itkntrbl tIdee hli Trtfe Mr Fofarty fe- W s o I I i J J M If f IJi 1 p J t 1 I t r KENTUCKYed SH CA daughterFogRaymondMaymeFogartya member of the Ancient Ordc Hibernians and the Knigh- tast Columbus and was identified with boyhoodand welcome everywhere sence creating good feeling no matter what the surroundings ralSETS PACE Martin Cuslc Receives His Sons Into Ancient OrderterMartin CusIck President of ion 1 and one of the most w entireSouthpleasure of receiving his two sons WaIter and Martin CuslckJr meheldCItyHalll Presidents and members of this grand old Irish Catholic order thatnow tho 1ntedUni had been taken thorn was a gallonEaster during which tho proud recesI prltswas Holy Week there was a marked fnilonPresidents chair and one candidate elected to membership Several be reported at tho next mootangfor which shows a gratifying Increase theliam yearIn upon I and brIefly outlinedothe plans of the Catholic Federation for the groat gathering here this year Co o asPresident Dolan reported the pro t ceedlngs of tho County Board which will give Its annual reunion and pie at Phoenix Hill in June He Cathererepresented by a float In too oatformation parade and favored the of a Juvenile division Under the good and welfare of tho t order James Barry Thomas Keenan In Anthony Tompkins and others wero upon and responded with words of advice and encouragement that were appreciated FRANItroRTIsr Flynn Arranges Ser vices For Easter Sundayong Intt danCeWlththo for cosayears choIr oflI Shepherda will prograoslm vespers Sunday April 7 Church of cbarnbythellsChew has been practicing pass c for several weeks which willblaze isung on Easter Sunday Sol atthipwltneka Fltaxynnchurchvespers will theisung at 730 in the evenIngsolit is said upon good authority that aronIteethe cltmatrImonyho Will load to the altar one to faIrest daughters es In a city not many m Frankfort Two and possibly thatother marriages will also 0 t earsin the next few weeks among themost popular you and it seems that the little has been extremely busy the season of prayer and fa comes to a close Sunday jjoyous Eastor bolls will prod town close of the Lenten seasonthrl CflSCOUNTY cuThe County Board of the Ancient Christof Hibernians at its meet week decIded to gIve a pi 2fonhad1 proceeds of which used In defraying the expenses of State convention which will bo here this fall To avoid ma assessment for the expenses of forconvention each division ofsadncounty will ho allotted number of the picnic tick will have to guarantee disposal same President Thomas Dc announce the appointmentwomdifferent committees ata 1 heldant I HalloverfmeImprOVINGat policemen were compelled peop relinquish their beats last w of illness or Injuries BUB= d In the performance of All are reported lm ro expect to bo soon ablo to a their posts They are Patrol James weelOConnoUSlgolHershey John Mullaney William John Burke Tim McCarthy I Robert Scanlon who was e removed to his room after aniolcli i of several weeks at Sts Elizabeth HosPStalatop oftornI Kt OF C SMOKER eThomasEntertainment Committee of council Knights of Colum manimembers landnlsa pro8ra talks venal and In feowtheBrhedurv p EASTER thoIsThe One TIme Whoa the Spithis itilalaud Material hIsComhhie Ol All Our Religious Festivals It Is the Most Ideal Oliristiana Mohammedans ComingIvlsl1elyUeverenee JOYlingIf there is one time writes orpine Louise Smith whoa the spir ltual and material combine it day Of all religious festivals It to tho most Ideal for at Easter th in Cathedral and humble homo white and golden lilies bloom Many and strange aro tho observ of Easter Sunday Tho paschal of the Jews Is the Christ of tho churchman The very name comes down to us from a different religion the goddess of the East was in Saxon mythology Ostara or Easter the neverchanging East and mutable West the desire to celebrate thIs day Is the same and heathen dom and Christianity Jloham + nlymelons and Jews all pay reverence to tho coming of spring Probably nowhere is one more impressed with this than in Jerusalem that sacred cIty where comes on Easter day the olic pilgrim tho nomadic Arab the men of the sandswept desert j and tho Jews of Palestine numerousi services are of an in j tensely religious character and vary importancei from the time w the patriarch washes the feet of Priests as a sign of humility to wonderful ceremony held on the urday before Easter when the Sacred Fire from This heaven psychological is handed tomeatthe I waited with breathless Interest and it is the most wonderful of the many religious observances hold during Passion week For hours church has been crowded by grlms who fill aisles doorway and atrAtcJ rAm honad the heart of the city They are waiting the fire which Is to light up all thistomappfore holy and a Oft llighted torch Illuminated by a- pll nearestonand 1 and passes on the fire to tho other big contiheirthattheComdtiretheon flam the 1 Is a of light Though pilgrims of every faith crowd Into Jerusalem to- tiro lag this sight the services the always in the hands of the Greek to and that there may be order streets are patroled by Turkish In This and other ceremonies conducted in the Church of tho ofthereand contains a largo stone said are be the identical one on which of Christ was prepared for burial every Atliesphero LOS dge and here were enacted many of the In our Saviours ute that fills onlooker with awe villagegod us of theatinnlittle Old Ida from all parts of the world nut fourelmEaster there are many serv neral each coincident with the life from hrist Thus Palm Sunday com His raemorates the triumphal entry of to Into Jerusalem Monday tells miss eversaleThdallwee fl Lynch devotional exorcises Is reached w Monkingthe Saviours death But all this ess is changed on Easter morn Lynch streeisalebymnslannephen and children hurry forth and Mrs resplend1nant s to lowing This is not the essive part of the service t eternleoldkwldllowI ElmetheirGrahvingArtlIheTohhymnsTho rising sun seems to touch glorYlargthe depaablere TtITto consider that the quaint eras DenjSaxonggs hares and rabbits in Ger ForthebeenFrancemadethe e= and Scotland the children are daugtrueWebnowDentinplaceonlathTV9alart- ft that on Easter day democracy rules Houselawnat night the children roll eggs and ugh no one knows who startedcustom tho American child does spr aningsham otheerlal7ysit anfestivalFATHER SHERIDAN Aeed Pastor of Holy Cross Church In Critical Conditioni melCatholics of Louisville and the en lhursdayevenIng JohnSherIdan roseNit y KathhlxjjAllJ 1st j a s cialr V a v e eLions then church Thirtysecond and Broad way lies in a critical condition atlooks Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospitalj Father norshine poornenot until he was forced to that he would consent to Cease hIs arduous affectionIs peotpeo y TRINITY COUNCILpoliI the ago Putting Finishing Touches Sergeantpllitty I c The meeting of Trinity Council to week was short but Interestingr field with a good attendance and much the enthusiasm The Gasthmahl C raittee will meet tomorrow atternooou complete arrangements for feast on May 2 Applications nue to be received in a man is winning for the Membership mittee the admiration of the en council which gives assurance a splendid Initiation The Opera Committee reported a very encourag meeting Friday night and that have boys are makin strenuous off l make Sergeant Kitty the boat tacky amateur performance ever attemptedI Clark Louisville From an arti standpoint the show is already an as cured success and with two weeksI I to put on the finishing touchesI Is no cause for worry TicketsI going rapidly and every member and Trinity Is working hard as is also i cratlc one connected with the opera Trinity is certainly on the right road merits the support of the entire club public I RECENT DEATHS camp had The sincere sympathy of m friends Is extended to Robert G and the C Loran of 2627 West Chest street on the death of their on earold son Robert whoso fu and took place Sunday afternoon St Charles Borromeo church tolling death brought tho greatest grief devoted parents who bow In sub It agedonmourn his loss visit of t e funeral of Miss Bridget whose death followed a short acehenthe day morning from St Louis Ber Col church of which she was a lifelong and devoted member MIlls the resided at 1P19 South Sixth t and was fiftytwo years of Surviving her are two sisters Mollie and Nora Lynch aIew John WInn and a niece James Duane all of this city I Paul Graham a veteran fireman Nafor 10 and tothe his whep 111 standing sUpBIsmarckBesideshoI s street r aide to Chief Lehan oLeo and am a substitute fireman palled ur Graham a policeman and Graham an engineer His fu morningThefromly attended by mourning and ds and an escort from the fire Father rtment restI- Church of Our Lady In Port from mosthIghlyi amin J Webb died Wedao TfoUowIngfortytwo years the deceased a clerk with the Louisville JoselyeantoflRotelJurvIvlnghters Misses Alice and Frances b attwQ sons Charles and cago dlct Webs Jr The funeral took Mulligan yetterJay morning Rev er James Connlff celebrating solemn aas of regplemwig U t i w POLITICS KenublicaiiH Will Show Roosevelt Some ICcai Rough tiding Tuft Machine Well Oiled and Working Nicely in To days Primary Speaker Cliamp Clark Now In vorite For the Democratic Xoiiiliiatlon ITOFERSON CLUB ORGANIZES eyes are now on the State vention of the iRepublloans w will convene next Wednesday noon and from present indicat throwMwraover since ex Presldent Roosevelts last Wednesday evening tho f between the Taft and Roosevelt fac has waged vigorously and chathaveThe delegates to tho State cons on chosenInwill be chosen Inn free for primary today which promises to bo dohaveI not ht tall It will certainly be a surprise to many To a disinterested outsider like Roosevelt is due for a good prodding from the Taft aia and the wise politicians say that the Taft people are going follow the precedent set by tho Col onel In the past roughrldo over his enemies Even the Post sees the handwriting on the wall and Is al ready paving the way for a big cry inByasticalaka o and now that his two chef Roosevelt and Wilson are a losers It js a reminder of our state moist In these columns that the PostI near supported a wlnnor In its careerh t omAoia Dmqo ila tWtffiPI t1IW1 eRaSpeaker Champ Clark against o with tho chances In favor i Speaker who will make a atr candidate from every atandpo jjhesplendid chance to win if nominated a 11rthetlIungarlancacitizens and preferring Chinese Im tmigrants over these two has praca tlcaUy killed any chances he mIghthej for future political honors c l Hoteortwill In all probability gJosewho Is a native son theIr heratlcconvention at Baltimore In JunerTl Socie nlIenthusiasm to the local Demo ley organization and the ofilceragrammeI I rEersi A sure sign of the Impending foff charter members men who I been out of the party for yeeraa Thesaypolitical pie after November Somo one should tip off the Post giveI the virtue of consistency Day in good day out It has been beratingwereLouisville Police a Its readers what a dIsor- ganIzed body it was while Thursday stated that one Of the best m features of Col1 Rooseve 1tsAnto Louisville was the flee w the Police department and hoa 0the1 distinguished visitors entrance to i hall etc In addition to this Roosevelt asked to see Chiefl and toLIndseysaleswork of the police and etafed thebhatpar kett111sblsConslstency HURT BY FALL Miss Mattio Hill sustained serious painful Injuries last Frt a ladder on which she was I while hanging curtains on the hardwood floor homo 62C East Brecklnrldge UIIss Hill toll to tho I when Dr Frank CorrIgan was 1 It was discovered that she hIpInunfortunate young lady Is of Thomas Hill of the L N and a sister of the It John T Hill Miss Hill thither Injuries EIGHT CLUBS of slaycFalls City Catholic Athletic behad8C of meetingurt the vacancy caused by the thebas1 and four umpires Dan La Hanrahan and DtcBrl Ii1t1AmongwidetheDit theleagueAmateurnIghtatschedule will probably be thean nounced and final rules adopted purchasedtheIrequipand seaTheand lionom promIses tbatrormi1 CrossStStWI1Uams Anthonys TrinItyROOSTING Division A O HtAwa Prize to John J Hesalon Division 3 A 0 H held a aplea dilly attended meeting Mar Ffilchi PationsIck Natlheroand acted upon favorably John J recenthtturned to the city was present upon the request of Capt The QuInn Attorney Lawrence J Mac made the presentation speech i I aw offeredision I I Div rata I actialllion Mr Mackey I mentod the members of the opposing I r pastYear I discussed by Patrick Horan who was 1tLionwarmly applauded bMackeslocalThtobeludingattend tho meetings of the fed I flea at tho Catholic Womans C 0onttnIghtstlHourigantad tho meeting was adjourned seasonable hourm LYe t Doings at Mackln Coun Meeting Monday mjRLNIehSfca i rff 1 i1 r rPresIdent Frank Adams inksituap were received making class of rortyfour now awaitingtt initiation on April 14 Preced the Initiation bill t aceheJn will attend the early mass St Charles church and receIvelet communion in a body the day closing with a banquet at the TyerS I l Visiting Committees reportedI only two members on the sick list ph Gathof and William Gayag both of whom are Improving Invitation was accepted to the Ing al Club dance Easter Monday url t because of which all business even be suspended Chairman Shor were Cunlff reported that the pro arranged by the Entertain Committee included a debateI of April 15 with Attorney Jos apJCasperprectestingothebocatIsocial session and refreshments good Opera Committee announced the the chorus and cast as fully prepared to their best show Under the a I qf the order remarks on Ih3 ress of the T M h in Kentucky will tSholleyPLACEan strl gunbusinessof tho resignation of Ilshthomanager of their local offices clou accept the position of general agent and assistant manager o- CamLouisville coal and Coke with offices at 738 East Mar street Mr Finnegan brings to new position tiwontyseven years tJtwentytwomolCentralsucceeded tho late SpaldIng Coleman Coalday and deeper LonfountaInslmHenry onatCompany Mr Fin tie likely andbesttheInthaStateJUBILEEthescrllCitizens hio1ear lives hoaireof the cones whtHarklns liThe1 a public reception and addresses hisIcntsEAnLY fronTbeexcursion for the coming soaso Mackln Social Club who have St sociiforforde16ntwith spread interest by the young of the city I 1 t- a n 2 HAT 2UNION MADEaSEELBACH HOTEL IUIUHNII i PRICE n CENTSc OCONNOR Sees Elope For Knrl Action on Homo Hide Dill For Ireiaiifl r Week Begun With the Darkest Gloom lands ill Political i Sunslilne1 I Detent of AVoinanfl Bill Duo to Turnover ot the Irish rdsVote rG MIGHTY GATHERING FOR DUBLIN daytt From London T P OConnor M pf cables the American prbss thattho mInersIm toialthe naldactivity r together WIth the universal admiration of Asqulths Ihandling of trio situation places theGovernment onco moro in tho as nelcendant t foraasIteyproposeand a home innvthe throes of such a catastrophe but by Thursday alter Easter whenon on the home rule bill is pro posed the men will probably be aU back to work the factories ontomore reopened as well as the min Ft tag pits and nexultationel life and there could not bo a atmosphere for favorable con of the IrIsh problem e defeat of the woman sUffrage also helps the Government The haveerntwoIbresignations and this In tho y of other difficulties through insurance act and tho loss of bytgolectlons suchatrediting of tho Mlulstry as to ruleblllJThebtwasof lastNIadomlnathEnglishpoHllcsWith the dark loom Jn rrolliicalePsu Sh1lffi aWcic encouragemepttothe week the whole political thenationalthat continued to make a quiet andsteady advance was the home rule discussions of the details of betweenthewhenever Asquith was re thestrIkeoclock Wednesday morning In theHouse of Commons Asquith was inhIsmeasAllserious division of opinions wholly unfounded Both sides started with a firm and honest ta tention to give a generous measure selfgovernment such as Ireland Englandapproveated the difficulties of the party and all discussions Were on with perfect temper and will and good sense Meantime Nationalist Irish accepted the challenge of Belfast Orangelsm and meeting will bo hold in Dublin where Redmond and other leaderscspeak It is expected to be ono e mlghtlesH gatherings since days of Parnell Tho miners strike has had two curious byproducts in the Irish betoI of proportion as small in com parison with Sts deadly peril to Eng society of tho now syndicalism many eyes turn from the reliefpopulationsocialistic peasant proprietors Secondly the violence of tho language appealstJwhile compelling tho Govern to prosecute and punish the syndicalists of England aroused indignation against Lord and Carson for using language and yet remaining Such language Is not to be employed in the future if used will still more damage Orango cause SYBIPATHY FOR PARENTS Words will not adequately de the poignant sorrow which the many friends and rela of Robert and Agnes Hegan off of the death of their slx HegaaLowweek following an Illness of than twelve hours Thursday morning the youth was stricken at home 1724 West Madison and despite all tho fond par could accomplish in addition to medical attention he passed this vale of teats to Ills homfe piaisLouis cemetery Among hls tes he will be long remenUx always happy manner j traits of character T sorrowing father andf moth generapettyJ IS r a ry s f r r i xxsirxAMERXOA i u KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNie- vvtall te the Social ad Moral Advajiceaetaeat ofllrlsh American and Catholic Official Ancient Order of Hibernian Young MneInstituteand CathoVio Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher a I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Bnlrd t the U al Tlllt Pontottlce ai 8ecoodCU ditttr mrtu all CoMuilcttlil toUe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West One StL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 6 19121 EASTER The principal disposition of the devout Chrlfctlnn at Easter In com memorating the glorious event Christs resurrection from the dead consists In renewing his faith In the truths at religion his hopes to share one day In the glory of his Saviour and hla charlty by rising to a life of fervor In tho sight of God It Is Incumbent upon Catholics to go to confession and communion at Easter i or thereaboutTho has always considered Easter the first and most solemn of F the festivals which she celebrates i Tho passion of our Lord and Lent commemorated with tears and pen unco only to celebrate more Joyfully c the mystery of tho resurrection for St Paul teaches us this mystery Is the foundation of for he says If Christ Is not ris again your faith Is In vain B having risen from the dead He h 1 proved the truth of his His toachings are from God a faith In Him Is the only means of Salvation The feast of Easter is also styled by tho church the d which the Lord hath made being tho day of his triumph over the r power of his enemies and the day ness of the tomb Easter comes at a time when nature soems to bo resurrecting was fixed by the first Council Nice to be celebrated on the Sunday following the full moon after the s twentyfirst of March the day of theI vernal equinox It can not come earlier than the twentysecond of March or later than April 18 Next year by the way Easter will come on March 23 and It will not occ go early again until after the year 2000 Those who would make their Easter duty have until Trinity Sunday to do so but tho church urges all to make it now j SOCIAL CENTERS tOUST Irish stated In its last issue that it was unjust to the taxpayers for thoof school buildings to be turned over social centers parentteacher associations and the like for candy pulllngs etc At its meeting Wednesday the Board of Education + decided that in the future they would charge a nominal sum for the social centers use of light heat Janitor service etc They should go farther and compel theso suffragettes to rent public halls like any other organization and not impose on the taxpayers II this fla not dono the proposed million dollar school bond Issue for the coming election Is as good as defeated right now I PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES It is a little early to forecast thy S Democratic Presidential nomination though it Is reasonably certain that Taft will bo tho Republican nominee It is always more difficult to fore a tell who will be nominated by the Democrats There aro various rea ions for this among others the rulet j which requires a twothirds majority j to nominate This rule does notIIj obtain with the Republicans I Long ago the daily papers had it Ii ti figured out that Cloy Wilson would be the Democratic nominee but we a have all along believed that no man with the radical views of Gov Wilson can get a twothirds vote In a national convention The party Is not yet committed to the initiative referendum and recall and other isms which Gov Wilson advocated nor Ist It by any means in favor of prohibition J which Gor Wilson has declared practicable in certain communities f3and State At the present writing Speaker Y largestYc He Is a Kentucklan and it is only fair to assume that he will receive the delegate vote of this State His record ta good and there is no reason why he would not make a good race If nominated Thea there IB1 the Governor of our neighboring iate Thomas R Marshall au able clflten man who has made an a N mlrable Governor and who would mk a food President Gor Mard shall Iot so well known as- Beaker Clark but wherever he it known Ida great abllltlae are recog niMJL It taw not look like William- JenninaeBryan + fet among the possl bilitltys this tlmt lint tfiere J JB 1 U tonbt thai le must be r akoa d with the mvntton and r Si n still has a larr l foUdwta agboet 0 eod5tt firFFf f mon does not seem to be gaining ground though many conservatives throughout the Union are for himi supfdanger in nominating him Tho party must nominate not only a good man but one who can get the votes of his party It will take all the votes beat Taft There will be many ups and downs in the contest between now and t time of tho meeting of the nation convention in Baltimore It is possible that a man not yet named may get the nomination but Burl the past week many nowspape- Is have pointed out that Gov Thom R Marshall of Indiana stands t best chance If a dark horse is to the winner tySOCIALTrbf WANING enThe crushing but expected defe utof butastnsantiAmerican or1dganization Ireywill evidently not satisfy Editor OMahony and t Notwithstandingfcknocks the Ir1IhofNationalists the peoples real re theirItdrawsfday Does our Indian spells brother stand with William OBrien and Tim Healy At the Circuit Court Joint session Saturday seventeen more decrees of divorce were handed down In tho majority of cases tho parties had IrDot been married over three years To the ease with which divorce isI secured In Louisville may be largely attributed the growth of thei evil t ptearureththe Lt 1n welconand commendatory letter from tho Most lieu John Ireland Archbishop firstoit Cardinal from the great West This Ilea been a disastrous week for the thousands of people who have been rendered homeless by the Hoods south of us There should be a prompt and generous response to the appeals for aid for these worthy sufferers Make your Easter Indeed a day of resurrection and blessed happiness by receiving the sacrament of hol communion Thus you will show your Catholicity and sot an example pleasing to the Holy Redeemer UK1EL Second Edition of I Bachmanns Book Is Out IThe second edition of the Rov Father Bachmanns book Just Is sued from the Anzolger press is no exhausted Iithei I t nameFatherpennamemondations are printed on the nit o pages from distinguished clergymen editionf praise from six Bishops four doctors of divinity one doctor of canon law two very reverend deans fourteen pastors In and outside the dio mnylaymentho work a remarkable production and It is for iwo have read It with pleasure and profit The publication contains rlhIghder Many subjects are treated of and in a way which is both edifying n- and Instructive Father Bachmann and his 0theCILouisville rlthetlshouldprintedandfeCalthollcbookg4andelsnhereand be pleased ENLARGED Tire Child Apostle an excellent Q- ublication for children issued un er the auspices of the Catholic Church Extension Society and bay hblthopQUlgl4JYeome a Q EditedtiyRev a dlngmatterthat there are any hoteee without a Catholic Jurenlle pope parents Apoatlaht l of ik Puttier OSriea 1151 MeCorMtekiN IwIWtoti QIaJeaiompil J i I i S0GIETY KOl Q Miss Gertrude Egan has been spending a week in Lexington I Mrs John Cronin of South Louis vile has been visiting relatives In FrankfortII ryMrs Morgan Donohoe was last week the guest of friends and relatives In Now Hope Miss Margaret Finegan of cutt ton had Miss Susie Cox of Middle town for her guest last weekII I Mr and Mrs N A Sullivan of Frankfort spent a pleasant week visiting relatives In this city I P S Henchy spent last week l placedPsome largo orders for rtrmIII I Misses Margaret and Winifred Flaherty have taken up their res Idonce in the Belvolr apartmentsII I toMrs William Loyal has return from a delightful visit to Mrs Je Loyal of Woodland Park Ludlo hePatrick J Hanlon was among althose who registered at the Hotel Brcslin In New York last Saturda I I I nghire James Leary of Oakdale IIs rsIII Tyronza Ark where sho will parIasi I eMrs Henry A Troxler and bit Lula OIBrlen have returned Ito Fonda where they spent the want months Mrs M J Kelly had as guests 1 lastI atweek at her home in Portland es Clara Taber and Aline 9rubor Marydale Mrs Frank Kelly will entertain at tea next Tuesday in honor of h sister Miss Katherine Kiornan Philadelphia IeMrs Mary Meagher and Miss Elizabeth Meagher of were weekend visitors to the famlIlYto John Meagher Mrs John WI Galvin and daughter Miss Elizabeth Hayes le Wednesday to upend the Easter holl1 days at Atlantic City Mrs J H Kearns and daughter Miss Katherine Kearns returned Sunday from Mobile Ala where they spent tho winter The friends ot Mrs Victor Engle hard will be rejoiced to learn that she has almost entirely recovered from her recent serious illness Before her departure from Cov ington to make her home In this city Miss Rose Salt gave a delightful party in compliment to Miss Mary PauL d Miss Frances Tully daughter of Thomas Tully of New Albany recovering from illness and the op station she underwent at fit Edwards I Hospital Miss Frances Wathen will return April 12 from Ottawa Canada after a visit to Mrs Georgd Mulligan She will be accompanied home by Mrs Mulligan and Master George Mulligan for a visit After a serious illness of typhoid fever at Bts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Miss Efflo McDonald was last week removed to her home tt Flora Heights where it is thought she will be able to be out within the next few days yYr and Airs Thomas Keenan ar rived home Monday from a short visit to at Louis where they won entertained by Frank G Cunning bam and Supreme President Leon ard of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America I A spring wedding of much interest i cmrrcles will bo that of Miss Florence I Maule daughter of Mr and Mrsi 11 John Maule and Leo Maloney Whoso engagement had Just been announced The groomtoibe Is ono oft the leading young men of Bellevue bWMiss Alice Canty will be Interestedl to learn that she has almost recov ercd from tho serious Illness that hasI confined her to the home of her I mother MrsiMary Canty 2210 Westt Madison street for the past slit1 months Mis Canty hopes to be outt again next week when she will reob celve a hearty welcome from the social set in which she was a leading and popular figure MRS AL SMITH DIES Thursday morning when death claimed Mrs TUlle Gerst Smith be loved wife of Al Smith the under taker it was to give the eternal vard to one who all her Ufo served Lord faithfully and well Mrs F Smith had suffered only a brief ill and her death resulted from the effects of an operation performed a few days before The news of as a great shock to her manyI and acquaintances and for i bereaved husband and five small four boys and one girl there is everywhere the most proms sympathy Up to the hour of to press the funeral arrange ents had not been completed UNDERWENT OPERATION 0 Elmer Quinn son of Mrs Mayme uinn 1721 Baird street has fully last recovered from the operation he un deuwent for Injuries accidentally received several weeks ago Young a uinn was hurt while playing with and number of his boy friends and for time his condition was such as to alarm his relatives HELPS POPULATION ALONG Cl I I The Stork hoyered over a number h LouUvllle homes lest week and eorteQaateei erewill H malt Joletag When the cartoUalmw take tortorrow o 81lpPf oerthofpJ1tl o o fI I J i I arrival of boys aro Dave Murphy Jr 1863 High street Martin J Connolly 1800 Pirtle Thomas Gar vey BOO North Nineteenth Edwardl J Whalen 2633 High and Prank Owens Jr 1810 Portland But proudest of all Is Will J Larkin 2427 Montgomery to whoso family circle has been added a lovely baby 5girl BASEBALL Pans Anxiously Awaiting Opening of Assocla UonRoceI I I I Next Wednesday afternoon at 3Ii I oclock iRis Honor Mayor Head will1 I EclipseI0 aninj I season of 1912 will be on from then- I to September 23 which will be1I nearly six months of pleasure and feverish anxiety for the fans From present Indications everything polo to brighter prospects for the C edyule team this Y aras It is believed TlghsshustlingIFspell success and that spirit ho will havo the hear support of tho fans all season no peRB ColonelsIthe opening game being pitted against the twotime pennant win1 ners Minneapolis who have been training at Hickman The probablei besspmStansebury s s Hayden r f Stanley c f Burch 1 1 f T Nashville team will play here tb iafternoon and tomorrow and t oogame Monday which will close the exhibition season while Tuesday will be devoted to signal practice by foreofthe opening game A half holiday will be declared by the Done Council for opening day and a crowd expectsrtwhich will compare favorably wit5 be on hand MOURN IDS DEATH ftIMnny friends and relatives were deeply grieved when Informed of the death of Thomas J Cannon son of Charles Cannon of New Albany and nephew of Capt Thomas J Can non Night Chief of Police In that city which occurred on Saturday the home of his parents at 1501 East Oak street after a long illness of tuberculosis He returned the latter part of January from Denver where he had spent six years The deceased was twentyseven year old and had been prominent in tb Insurance business here and in Colorado 1 His funeral took place Tues day morning from Holy Trinlt church and was largely attended For years he had been a member of the Catholic Knights of America many of whom attended tho solom- e obsequies s EASTER SUNDAY NIGHT The Columbia Athletic Clubs dramatic company promses a most delightful entertainment at Mat auleys Theater on Easter Sunday night when the fouract comedy drama Tho Drookdale Farm will be presented Tho cast was selected from the foremost amateurs In the city and from the very ardent interest shown at all rehearsals bids fair to bo ono of the greatest productions of this character that has ever before been staged by an amateur cast The cast Is under the personal Instruction of Ben Speaker who Jlashad many years of experience in actual work and also in coaching other bills Thee object et the club In producing this bill is for the advancement of theI dramatic art among its members and at the same time It is their aim to use this means of securing fundsI to defray the obligation on their new club house at 621 East St Cath atlas street Tho cast Includes the following Messrs Ben Beckmann William Dennis Ben Speaker John T Dennis John Nuxol Henry Met ten William D Larkin James J Donahue William Staler Harry I DIehlmann IrwIn Lammers Alt I Hlttinger Misses Lillian Shore Ma el Ray Theresa Ferst Lena Schalda and Mrs A Ducker There t will be specialties by Miss Mabel tt- I Ray and old fashioned songs sung In old fashioned ways by the Brook dale Quartette William B Kuper aecondtonor John Paulln first tenor Joseph G Kraemer first Den Johnmann second bass FOB FOR I3IARTIN The Queen of Nelson Bowling Club the champion team of the South In tho last two national bowling tournaments at St Louis and Chicago was entertained Wednesday with a Dutch lunch at 1 John Lubbers residence 835 West Jefferson street during which Albert Martin the teams wide awake and enterprising manager was pre Rented with a handsome engraved gold watch charm from the members the club For once in his career 1AIwaa too full for utterance not because it was Lubbers and was bar lyable to respond his of thanks MONTHLY MEETING The regular monthly business meeting of the Central Committee K of A will be held next Friday night at St Marys Hall Eighth and Qrayson Owing to the fact that the two meetings took place during Lent and that quite a number of delegates could not attend action on number of questions was deterred therefore President Schalda of urges all who possibly can tp be I present FASTER MONDAY BUOHRB beufltoJlacredthfIeartJt Monday afternoon at the reddenceoi John Fey 912 ttoutii Sixth uNtellI-DeI f pNI1tanme aDd1alqlq writ fce tN rlnaera also 0 r 4 = u WALNUTSTTHEATER S Starting Sunday Matinee April 7 MISS ROSE MELVILLE In Her Successful Pastoral Comd SIS HOPKINS This Iit her final tour in the comedy that has for years delighted everybody Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Jest seats 25c Night Prices 25c 35e SOc 75c t AVENUE THEATER Week Be r SundayAfternoon EXCITING WESTERN PLAY Westr i INTRODUCING MISS ALLEEN PFLEIDERER depictialifeg POPULAR PRIORS isNight Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Daily Matinees lOc 1S I and 2Sc I IiOPKINS1TNEATEtyR i I High Class V l ttANDI Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENT I I Three shows dally Sunday con ta uous ORPIIEUho I THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic Cateringrajespecially to Ladles and Children 6cdUnder the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic 6HaS ft e Rogers ate BOOK GOeu PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of cltveBwks Magazines and Religious Articles NY434 West Jefferson Street 67IIHENRY FUCHS FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Greenho uts Charles and Texas Streets GALWAY American Converts Distil Ilery Into Sugar Rcrf In Ing Factory John T ilillnr an Oregon man has an Idea that Ireland would advance more rapidly toward Indus trial prosperity If the nation did not rely so much on the production of whisky as a national asset So he has secured the freehold ol extensive distillery premises in the city of Galway which he means to convert Into a sugar refining factory The soil of Connomara fs ho believes adapted peculiarly to the cultivation of tho sugar beet and with acres of It lying Idle he sees an Immense opportunity for devel oping a successful enterprise Sugar refining flourished In Galway bee fore legislative enactments crushed the majority of Irish Industries and now with the prospect of the city bee coming again a transatlantic port there is a rosy outlook for the Oregons mans investment Anyway he is bold enough to try the experiment and to back Itwlth250000 or more it necessary He Ivea at present In London but as soon as the factory gets along he means to take up his residence in tho Galway neighborhood so that he may be In personal touch with everything that goes on BENEFIT FOR CHURCH J A euchre and lotto for the benefit St Columbas church Thirtyfifth and Market will be given at Fon false Ferry Park on the afternoon and evening of April 23 for which the entire congregation is working dinnononly twentyfive seats and era going rapidly This Is one occasion when a good time will be provided for all QUARTERLY CO11111tUNI0NF The 360 ladles who are members the Altar Society of St Patricks church the largest la the city will assemble at the early mass tomorrow morning sad receive their Easter holy communion In a body This will bean inspiring beginning of e Vaster services at St Patricks hich wIll be conducted by Rev FatherriCroala T G with great aa1 and splendor The general Mtlac of the seej ttr IJ1ItI inky Alee i eo a 4lHiNelOYb3i0NrNNS NaN 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own country and if it were not for tho Influence which William OBrien wields over the southwestern corner of Ireland Healy would not have a seat In tho British Parliament today It Is significant that Tim at this crisis In the history of his country has removed his residence from Dublin to London where he is trying to buildup a practice at the English bar Whatever may be the views of his opponents In Ireland there Is no doubt as to his having made great sacrifices for the attitude he has taken up toward John Redmond and those who follow tho Irish leader Ho had a most remunerative prac Lice at the Irish bar but It has disappeared practically with no hope of recovery oven If he renounced OBrien and again swore allegiance to Redmond It Is a peculiar cIr- cumstance that the Irish Unionists although they will support him always against a Nationalist would repudiate him openly If ho began to lead them In any capacity whatever In all this there is not the fulfill ment of the hopes based on what promised to be a brilliant career both legally and polltlcallly MARY MHUGH DEAD In the death of Mrs Mary Mc Hugh which occurred at her res idence 639 South Eighteenth street the result of a two weeks Illness of heart trouble there passed from tho Sacred Heart parish an ex emplary and good womana Christian woman in the truest sense of Lwidowborn in Ireland sixtyone years ago She is survived by threo sons Capt Edward McHugh of the fire department Dr J T McHugh of this = city Dr F M McHugh ot Murray City Utah and one daughter Mrs Julia Preston and two sisters Mrs Julia Bradley and Mrs Sarah Golden of this city Rev Patrick Walsh conducted the funeral serv ices Monday morning the church being thronged with sorrowing friends and relatives WALNUT THEATER It is announced that when Rose Melville appears as Sis Hopkins the quaint country girl ot wit and homely humor delicateJJ engagement next week Walnut It will be the last time that will be seen in this city At the close of the present seasons tour Miss Melville says she will retire from the stage It was her Intention to retire from the play and the stage at the close of last season This play Rata popular as ever and will prove welcome Easter attraction for pa trons of tho WalnutfJST CECILIAS EUCHRE The young ladles of St Cecilia parish are making final preparations for their euchre and lotto which will bo given at the school house Twon tyslxth and St Cecilia streots Tuesday evening April 16 The proceeds of this affair will be donated toarery worthy purpose for which the bung ladles have been striving very hard recently and they urgently plead for assistance from their friends in their laudable undortak Ing WILL SEE THE POPE I Miss Elenora Schaule who has been spending the past year in Eur ope Is in Rome for the Easter boll day season and while there will have the great pleasure of being received by His Hollnes Pope Plus X Miss Schaulle spent the summer and fall in Ireland and Scotland and then proceeded leisurely to Switzer land visiting tho cities and places of Interest en route After a tour of Italy she will return to Genova- NEDERATION The semimonthly meeting of tho Federation of Catholic Societies takes place Thursday night at thotCatholic Womans Club A number of committees will roport regarding the preparations for the nationalfconvention here next f work being well under way From the interest now manifested It is safeII to say that soon every society of Catholic men In the Falls Cities will bo represented in this bodyeCARDINAL IN DISGUISE I When tho late Cardinal Cullen of I Dublin Ireland lived there was a sick I call for a prIest from the proCathe dral The sick person Yas at I Hotel tho proprietor of which was a ProtestantA I wet dark night It provedI As soon as thj messenger got there nJJ priest started Through mud and slush ho made his way and at last arrived at the hotel saw the sick person and gave him the sacraments Everything went oft as usual thus far but now the curious part began Th proprietor of the hotel thinking to doI a little proselyting invited the prleetI to come Into his own sitting roomI After administering some welcome refreshments this Protestant evangelist let himself out To think Father said he addressing tho priest of the pride and sloth oil these Disbops and Cardlaale Is it not monstrous I warrant now that while the Cardinal has sent you on this Tang tramp through the muddy snow e1fJ comfortably touting his heels and drinking a good warmI tmSehI I himtiWhyBecause he is doing nothing of th kindYoudORt tell mel But how do yom knowI know fey the ttreasons Y uhat asked 17 na 1s Yeas MUMI What 1R itA Culi ardlo Q1iJIeL t J 1 tl- D The Adler Southern PianoStyle R 4 Noted For It Quality Durability and Sweet Singing Tone I IIGenuineI i scientifically and musically correct I Tone pure and tender as the dawnEasy and responsive action I This grade cannot be bought It from the retail dealer for less t than 300tNo middlemans profit be t tween us Our price for this maEnifiI cent instrument direct from I the factory to the home 18750II I We sell only retail = 0= ADLER MFG CO INCORPORATED MAKERS OF HIGHGRADE PIANOS TwentyNinth and Chestnut Louisville Ky HENRY AIJII PPULSiU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Appanl I WORK GUARANTEED pfatnjbjs 528 Fifth Street CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and GreenS We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mgr Sales Dept JLBrownfieldGol1 553 THIRD ST EnginserI and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATJJSQ Dont Build Without Seeing Me me Pbont 9816- ludependent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and J Children a Specialty OITMB PUONE SOUTH 000 In a moment tho hotelkeeper was on his feet his hat offIWill Your Eminence forgive mo i spoke in ignorance Shall I order ajj carriage for Your Eminence Oh no I can go back at I cameIam used to such Journeys The Cardinal departed A few days afterward the hotel- keeper went to a priest tfor Inntruc tions and was finally resolved into the church LATEST IN STYLES For elegant costumes one notes the use of silk ottoman- A touch of cerise appears on many of the blouses of white crepo de chinoLouis XVI simplicity bids likely to have a tremendous vogue in mill ineryFoulards in lovely shades of blue and rose aro to be much in favor for tho one piece gown BO practical for eprlngwear A highly favored gown material Js towered moussellne de solo in tones of blue cerise and violet brocaded In dull gold Large hats have towering pyramids of feathers while tiny bonnets afo trimmed with masses of plumes at the back Sashes remain in good standing among fashionable accessories of the summer gown and by way of trIm- ming there is a wide offering in cluny locos in the val variety and In flat Venetian The newest effects in neckwear are not unlike bibs of fine net and Taco plaited to a stock and maintaining flat shoulder by means of abroad laco insertion which connects the front part of the bib with the back Though it Is to be largely a white season in childrens clothes the noemeans been neglected Pretty stripes checks and plaids as well as plain colors in chambray linens glngt hams and other wash fabrics ore be- Ing shown PRIEST ELECTED MAYOR Rev Father P DunnIgan pastor of the Church ot the ImmaculateI Conception at flLapaer Mich wasI elected Mayor of that city at theilmunicipal election held Monday Father Dunnlgan wae not an activeI candidate but the honor was con ferred on him by a handsomeI majority of the voters 9InsD19RVORT8 J INCREASE Irish exports laet year exceeded l risk Imports for the first time e r rdklkamolat oi money o demerit lal tie 5OtW sleek ib nks wae lhr highest ever recorded t rh CHOKER Offers Grounds at Glen cairn For Young Irish Athletes Richard Crokor has como to the aid of a number of Irish athletes who have decided to abandon Phoenix Park as a practicing ground For quite a number of years a place known as the Nino Acres has been used by tho members of the Gaelic Athletic Associa tion for sporting Interests but now they think they must find more congenial surroundings Their grounds In the vicinity of the Cavendish Burke tragedy of 1882 where efforts have been made from time to time to obliterate tho actual scene of tho tragedy but without success and finding that each succeeding rear only helps to attract more vis itors the Gaelic athletes determined 10 desert the Wine Acres and go elsewhere On a now ground at Glencairn Crokers sporting es tate they will be free from the crowd of curiosity seekers Thero will not be tho same facilities for in rltlng all Ireland to see the athletic parkbuttho boys to wield the Camans to the delight of their friends and to kick the ball under conditions which will be now to the majority of those who follow Gaelic sports In Ireland especially to young athletes In the neighborhood of Dublin WILL BUILD SOON Rev Father James Bolln and tho people ot St Francis Xaviers con gregation at iHenryvllle Clark county Ind will soon begin the erection of a Sieve church Father Bolin has worked hard to raise funds toUenryvUleinations are rejoicing that his efforts have been successful and tho build Ing of a new and handsome structures assured AVENUE THEATER theAvenuoGambler of the West a successful melodrama depicting life In the days of tho gold fever In our Far West Edward Westfield will be seen as Lucky Jack Gordon the gambler and In tho part of Little Great Bear the son of the Chief of the lIacnuleyPfleIderer OAT OLIO CHILDRENS PAPER The Catholic Church Extension Society publishes an Illustrated little toper every month called the Child Apostle It Is edited by one of the priests of the society specially for little ones It is only twentyfive twentyivegirlAddressCormlck building Chicago Ill AMERICANS RECEIVED Pope Plus last Friday received Monsignor Thomas F Kennedy rector of the American College In Rome who presented him the Peters pence fund from tho Newark diocese and also introduced a number of American citizens The Holy Father appeared to be in his usual health UNUSUAL SERVICE TONIGHT This Holy Saturday evening at 730 oclock at St Anthonys churchSwill be witnessed the Impressive devotional resurrection service the observance of which Is not general in the churches of the city The blessed sacrament will be carried In procession through the church and the occasion will be one of unusual solemnityI SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS iFred T Hoffornan former Cap tain in the fire department Is now conducting a grocery and cafe at tho corner of Thirtyfifth and Madison streets Fred still finds time to dabble a little in politics and Is always d valuable worker In the local Democratic organization S1IELBYVILLE Rev Father John H Riley and the people of his congregation aro perfecting arrangements for the very material improvement of the Church of tho Annunciation at Shelbyvllle The work will bo doneI during tho coming summer TIlE AGE OF THE FORK Knives and spoons are of very great antiquity but the use of the fork Is really comparatively speak ing modern Indispensable as theso adjuncts of the table may now ap pear their use had not become at all general at tho beginning of the eighteenth century SHOUTS THE WAiTER The walter who bawls out his order to tho cook to tho kitchen soon be as extinct AS the dodo bu his cries should live forever Mutton broth In n hurry says a customer Baa ban In the ralnl Make him run shouts tho waiter Beefsteak and onions says a customer John Bull Make him a glnny shouts the warier Wheres my ticked potatoes asks a customer Mm Murphy In o sealskin coat shouts the waiter Two dried eggs Dont fryem too hard says a customer AdamI and Vein the Garden Leave their eyes open shouts the Waiter eggs on toast says a ilPoached Bride and groom on a raft In the middle of the ocean I shouts the welter Chicken croquettes says a CUll toisi r Fowl ionll I ebjoifs 7th waiter Hash says a cUltomerGetll1 fission wants to take a chancel Bfeoata the welter Ill 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GRADE SUITS 10 and 15II u THE BIG STOREMILTON MARBLESTONE d CO 414 Market St Between Foarti sad a HONEST ALL THROUGH SPRING STYLES NOW READY The style first attracts you the pleases you and the service convinces you it is precisely what we claimthe BEST SHOE in the world H VOUZ Be MICHAEL 4 336 WEST MARKET STREET I Mgr Fifth fit u MULLOYS COFFEE ALWAYS AND FRESH ROASTED HIS SPECIAL GRADE AT 3 Lbs For 75c MAKES FRIENDS WITH EVERYBODY PHONE A TRIAL ORDER i JOHN M MULLOYI rasa tiv iarcixaczar SrREET EKEnnn TINNN OtOSN0 + 0A0 0 0i0liN OS0i0MNi0Nt0i0 iG FOR GOODNESS SAI E9 EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in I I the South I faea a0a a0soOSOeseo0eso + OOraotltoeata I f i JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON a r Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only z Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS p ANNOUNCEMENT MR M J FINNEGAN for many years Secretary of the Central Coal 1Iron Company and Manager of their Louisville business has accepted the position with us as General Sales Agent and Assistant Manager effective April I 1912 with headquarters at our office 738 Market street We will continue to handle the best Coals and Cokes available and guarantee satisfaction at all times Cf r respondence and inquiries solicited LOUISVILLE COAL COKE COI t MtM KLING Pres and Mgr 8M1 BANNON fires A n PURE East P 9ANNON18- YHe PrHMd Treas West E L1 YEENEMAN Seeret r1tt n Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED r 1lliUlltCTUnERS9PI VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways I a IIDfftt15281 Whitt loffarf Ii Street Works Mattel Are Bitl9t i tli anCIOlk Po TLrLtfHON373 TELEPHONE 252I I J l HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WcekGeneral- News Notes A aplondld now division has been instituted at Waterbury Conn Charles Riley of Division 3 fis still sick with no change in hIs con ditionThere aro fortyseven divisions 1In the County Armagh Ireland with a membership of 1786 Middlesex county Mass has elected and will send Its full quota of delegates to Chicago Spirited debates upon questions of public Interest now enliven the meet lings of Division 7 of Minneapolis Friends of the Ladles Auxiliary are urged not to forget their reception and euchre at Falls City Hall There wero twentyfive tendi dates for the ten places as delegates to the national convention fro Suffolk county Mass Kentucky will send a full delega flab and many visitors to the na tional convention which meets C In Chicago on Tuesday July 16 A new division with fiftyfour charter members was instituted Ian month at Gloucester Mass where the Ladles Auxiliary numbers over 300 County President Richard Dwyer of Suffolk county Mass reports again of over 200 members while the finances have increased 33 13 percent a Division 8 of Syracuse celebrated its twentieth annlvelif1aryThursday night with an Initiation and welcome for overy Hibernian who would attend The membership of Worcester county Mass now 3756 will be tin creased to 4000 by May 1 Ninety one applications were pending at the March meetings Hampden county Mass reports the largest membership and finances over hold by that county with a gain of about 256 members making the total over 2000 The Hibernian Social Club Invites all members of the order to motion picture vaudeville and am teur entertainment at the Norma- Theater on April 10 The divisions and auxiliaries the Nutmeg State are uniting n their energies to have the coming State parade at Bridgeport the largest over held In New England County President Dolan addressed the mbetlng of Division 3 Monday night Timely remarks were also made by Edward J Mackey Patrick T Mullen and D J Dougherty Two years ago over 7000 men marched In the State parade at Now sumIvane eclipsed when the State convention meets at Bridgeport on August 2 Division 4 meets Monday night a Bertrand Hall Sixth and Oa streets Thls division has a largo membership and Itn sessions are a ways Interesting President Hen nessy and the men of Limerick have always a warm welcome for visitors from the other divisions WASHINGTON Unveiling of the Columbus Memorial Exciting Interest On June 8 there will be unveiled In tho city of Washington the memorial to the memory of Christopher Columbus provided for by tho Congress of the United States The memorial takes the form of an Immense shaft at the back of the fountain surmounted by a huge globe Indicative of the world Ipon which Is delineated the Western hemisphere in relief the corners o the globe being guarded by Brea J eagles in stone The flrguro of Columbus is seen standing on th prow of his vessel which iprojecta Into the fountain while on either side of the shaft are replicas of k J men one indicative of the 01 World being an aged patriarch while the other is a native of the New Worldan Indian Tho back of the shaft Is to carry a medallion of Ferdinand and Isabella The un veiling ceremonies are expected to be most noteworthy and widespread Interest on the part of the Knights of Columbus is being evidenced on every hand In the opinion of those who are well Informed the belief obtains that this will prove an epoch In the patriotic demonstration that this organization will make at the time of unveiling the memorial From reports that arc reaching Washington the councils throughout the entire country are arranging to send large delegations to represent the order in the grand review that will take place at that time NEW ALBANY INew Albany Council Knights of Columbus will egos give a minstrel performance to which the public Is to be Invited There will be aI number of musical attractions notI the lea t of which iwlll be solos byI Joe Fallon At St Marys church Wednesday night the office of Tonebrae was sung The Lenten Instructions which were given on Wednesday evenings during Lent by Father Belbortz were very Instructive and wero attended by large congregations On Easter Sunday at high mass Qunods mass will be sung by the choir under the direction of Mrs Henry Terstegge MISSION ON JPHE KNOBS A three days mission beginning Easter Sunday morning and ending Tuesday evening la announced for 8t bialys of the Knobs church northot New Albany of which Rev t Joseph Sermershelm IB pastor The t mlMlon will be conduoUd by iwe Jesuit fathers from the 8U Louis i Untvarilty who will preach at the high maaa at 10 o sleek In the morning and at the Twpern at 780 at cl1at LItl I J t THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade atadthe bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokes T W TARPY a CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET SOCIETY DIRECTORY A OBt mDIVISION 1 MeeU at Falls City Hall n First and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cusick Vlco PresIdentCharles J Finn e gent E Recording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins Financial SecretaryJoseph Far roll Financial SecretaryJos E Far tell 1808 West Market Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArmsLouls Roller SentinelHenry McDermott DIVISION 2 Beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresldaatCan J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording SecretaryDaniel J CKeofe Financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 Dumesnll Sergeant at ArmsJ Charles ObstaSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION J TtfoadaysaPortlandnPresident Hugh Hourlgan ofVce President J M Maloney 11Recording Secretary Thos Stev ens Financial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergoantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomaa Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar 0ryFinancial Secretary Tboman J WestOakK Brady SergeantatArmsJoh11 Coleman 1SeatlnelbL J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County PresIdent Lawrence eI FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y 3VT X MACKIN COUNCIL 206 tests Monday Evenings at Glut House 344 North Twentysixth Marshal Jo n Sheehan Inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot HigginstTreasurerRobert T Burke 08ecoad Vice President William Rlhn Financial aryWm Link AflamedFirst Vice Link FIRST SPRING DANCE Mackln Council Social Club will open Its spring social season with another of its select dances on Eas ter Monday night Tho affairs ot this club have been Wen conducted and have been most popular with the young people and It Is expected the club house will be thronged Chair man Link and his committees will leave nothing undone for the entertainment of those present while the orchestra will play the latest dance music OUFTO CRESCENT EUCHRE Next Wednesday April 10 the CHftoCroscent Club will entertain with a euchre and lotto at Elmore Shermans residence 151 Roberta avenue and the members of Father Whites congregation are making preparations to give a royal welcome and pleasant evening to all who at tend The games In the afternoon will be called at 230 oclock and In the evening at 8 ST ANN SOCIETY EUCHRE The St Ann Society which Is composed of the ladles of St Pat ricks parish will entertain with a euchre and lotto at Heptasoph Hall n rtbeast corner Seventeenth sad Haln streets Monday afternoon and evening April 15 the games In the afternoon being called at 230 oclock and the evening games at 8 oclock SIXTEENTH FOR CRITERION The Criterion Club thQ members of which are popular residents of the Went End will celebrate Its six teenth anniversary with a select ball and reception at Ltederkranz Hall on jBtBtOT Monday night Its purposes elnrl principally oeUl this club well knows how to enter tain its frlendf to one and all of whom li cordlil lHYlt tl a re ex I I asn KNIGHTS OP QOLOMNR 1 I L Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The Catholic University fund is now close to 400000 Numbers of councils throughout the country omitted their meetings jin observance of Holy Week j organIze councils of Buffalo and vicinity The Knights of Auburn N Y have secured the State Armory for their annual Easter ball on April 17 Tho next exemplification of the fourth degree for Indiana Knightst will take place at Fort Wayne on May 26 A committee has been given fulli power and Instructed to secure a site for the porno for the Knights of Holyoke Mass District Deputy Veoneman of Evansville has been invited to ox amplify the major degree at Hender son on April 21 Chicago Knights plan sending more than ten trainloads of mem bers to the unveiling of the Columbus monument Quito a number of Frankfort Knights will Join the Louisville spe cial to the unveiling of the Columbus memorial at Washington The exemplification of the major degree at Lexington on April 21 will bo under the direction of J Madison Walsh of Washington indo Last Sunday week fortythree can dldates were given the second degree at Olean N Y many of the class being clergymen and students at St Bonaventures College While It has not been definitely decided by the committee in charge of a location for the Knights off Columbus Home which Frankfort Council proposes to erect In the near future three locations are bo lag considered the most desirable of which will be recommended within the next two or three weeks It Is the intention to erect a home that will not only be a credit to the Knights of Columbus but also one that will reflect credit upon the Capital City of Kentucky The Home Committee Is composed of John T Buckley James Sullivan C E Collins John E Glenn and John R Sower all of whom are representa tIe business men of Frankfort OUTLINED Next National Convention of Ancient Order of Hibernians Throughout the United States In terest Is awakening In the forty eighth national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which will be held in Chicago during the week beginning July 14 and for which extensive preparation has al ready been made Following Is an outline of the programme which will bo carried out during the week Tho Ancient Order of Hibernians national convention sessions will beheld In the auditorium of the Em met Memorial building Ladles Auxiliary national convention ses alone will be held In Hall No 1 third floor Emmet Memorial build ingMonday evening July 15 8 oclock Reception to the national officers and delegates of the A O II and L A at the Emmet Memorial Hall Tuesday evening 9 oclockPon tlflciall high mass In the Hot Name Cathedral State and Superior streets His Grace Archbishop QuIgley will pontificate Tuesday July 1C Opening of the national convention at 12 oclock noon Emmet Memorial Hall Tuesday evening July 1C at 8 oclockGrand reception and ball Emmet Memorial building Wednesday morning July 17 8 oclock Requiem mass St Pat ricks church Adams and Desplalnea streetsWednesday July 17 Convention sessions morning and afternoon Wednesday evening July 17 8 oclock Banquet in the Auditorium Hotel northwest corner of Congress street and Michigan avenue Thursday July 18 forenoon convention session afternoon boat excursion on Lake Michigan Friday July 19 Convention ses sion all day evening outing at Rlverview Park- Saturday July 20 Convention all day evening outing at White CityThe convention will be brought to a close Sunday July 21 with a monster field day at Gardiners Park HOPKINS THEATER For the coming week the Hpp klns Theater management will havo two of the boat bills that have made their twlceaweek show the talk of the town The new offerings are all of the headline order and Include specialties novelties and musical and dancing numbers Introduced by the leaders In highclass vaudeville With the Lenten season oven this popular house Is assured an increased attendance MOVING PICTURES With their dally presentation of first rnu feature films the Casino and Orpheum picture houses con tinue the favorlto 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