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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SUlrs 15 MAWrO E LlPf SEEtULh bn18wtiHit SATURDAY APRIL 20 1912 PRICE ir ICVOLUME XXyiHNO 16 FIVE C PREPARATION Outlined For the Catholic Fedcri flou National Convea i V 104 Wi t S Vil1Exc 11h 1 fMagnlttido y A07 bI V 1 ifcJ ji tEvoj1 d So thsot I the Ohio w f t i Vicar General 4 Cronin4 Attends the Meeting and Promises iiy i It Vv Assistance J orr Ft r rfCOMMITTEES HARD At WOR The Catholics of Louisville are beginning to appreciate What an Important event will both eleVenth national convention of the American federation of Catholic Socletic s which Is to be h ldin Louisvlll August 1821 Those connected with the federation savawl months ago realized the magnitude of tbe work before them and urged early preparations for an event whIr infill no abtfbf exceed In magnltud anything yet attempted by Catholic flying south ot tile Ohio When t IB known that the 600 delegates who will camp to Louisville Topresen more than 3000000 Catholo men and women and that the nios t amlpcnt prelatpa and most prom mont layttiert In the country willi participate in tho deliberation 6oth religious anti clvlq the great importance of the tonyentjoa ma- o y realized by thosp who are 1ot 4rtICipat113K In tiC tl rngaM laborious work of arranging for the event The heads of the varlqu Committees and their assistant rvc work to do every day althoiigl iBeetlngs are not held by thegen ral commlHecB more than twice a month unless thq occasion arise for special meetings Reports trom other cjljes Indicate that there wll bo more than 50000 visitors itI Louisville during the week of the convention und to properly care for these will bo a task which wm require energy frojn ribw until tbe pptming of the meeting Enthusiasn marks the work of nearly all of the ommllteemeri some of ccxirso be Jnp mPre energetic than pthers or AccOuntjOf the experience they have lJi prclfr rthbT kind f 4 AoftIz4 Jt U Strsdlit uIIihtrnt litiieiTWomans Club on West Walhu treet On this occasion the Very Rev James P Cronln Vicar General of the diocese was present am math a brief address promising hi assistance In every way Father Cronin said that the Right Rev Ulshop ODonaghuo only recervec to himself the privilege of super vising the religious part of thfl exer clses in connection with tbo aonvcntlon Ho would In a gouera way leave It with the laymen connected with the Federation to invite thu prelates who are desired to be present but the BIshop would 1I1J sign these prelates to the various churches The VJcar General in tlmated that the committeo could proceed with its work on tM assumption that nothing would be done which would bring discredit or criticism upon tho church as all connected with the arrangements were men of probity and of a high jenso of propriety and would not bo guilty of anything unseemly ovpn through mistaken zeal s Father Cronins words were received with evident pleasure The pastors of the various congregations will be fonsultcd in oyqry step taken The 4ubjec of tho parade was discussed i and Col John H Whallen Chair man of tho committee having this ttart of the programme in charge urged that each of the congrega tions have a float and preparations to this end Will be made To Consent of the pastors will bo asked as well as their assistance Holy Cross parish has already arranged for a float and the design was jubmltted Dr Peter S Ganz presided at the meeting which was attended by more than 200 men and women XII of the committees were asked for reports and these were made by the Chairmen The work of getting up the souvenir book to be published In connection with tho convention containing a historical iketch of the diocese nnd of all the churches In the city as well as a arle = history of the diocese of fndlananolls and the churches in Kew Albany and Jeffersonvllle is regressing well Mrt Frank N Mams reported Considerable of the historical data has beori gath ered and part of It written by Ed FJtznatrlckt who was engaged td do the editorial work It was the concensus of opinion at the pieetlng hat only by a united effort on the oart Ql all of the societies and of tho members of the various congre gations could the convention be a Credit ttothe elCy and diocese Some- here are In Catholic societies and fpnEregatlons who are enthtisiastlq ri the work for their individual aP dety or church but when It cornea to working for a general cause are not quite so enthusiastic The Im oortasce of all uniting In the Work a becoming more apparent It isi too early yot to outline a pro rramme of the many meetings en tertalnments addrewes arid relig- Ious exercises which will bs jtlveff n connection with the convention filA eiMUtefK have Snot vet ar rnpMJ the7 itMhU JUdlttoiw to the various committee are bein- gmaittalLer tk m e4lBts 17 ii U- U 0- a 1 ljj f I II RICAii 1 l i fLOUISVILLE NTSI=WASHINGTON Prepared for thecKngi tot Columbus Next June Plans forthe unveiling on June 8 of the1 CdlUmbus k Me moiJalln Washington have practically boen completed and reports indicate an Attendance of 80000 Knights or Columbus The most picturesque feature In connection with the UJ1 veiling will be a parade whon there will bo In the line of march at least 50000 members of the Knights o Columbus uniformly dressed Jam A Flaherty of Phlladelphle Su premo Knight Avlll be the Grand Marshal of the Knights of Columbus division He will have as his aides representative men of that organ Nation throughout the country The right oft line In the Knlghts of Columbus division will be given 1 to the fourth degree of that organlzt tlonln frock coats gray trousers SIlk hats gray ties gray gloves black shoes and baldric Tho 1 600 Councils of the order will each have platoons In the parade These com t1l members will all be uniform dressed Floats picturing the In Dortant epochs In the life of Columbus will be distributed througbov the parade large numbers of the State jurisdictions having alreadY made arrangements for suchtlx tures us their contribution to the ensemble Every organized band 1In the District of Columbia Marylan and Virginia has been engaged for the parade and a large number of distant parties will bring their own music A large number pfolher societies have also signified an in tentlon to come te Washington Ito participate in the ceremonies and have secured bands for the occasion ENJOYED Friends of Ladles Auxll lory Throng Falls City Mall U Seldom has the large Falls City loll been thronged as It was Vednesday night when tho hun Ireds of men and women present horoughly enjoyed the exce lent programme arranged by Misses Mar hitler Margaret fffourlgan and Ger rude Riley for the opening meetlni ind reception of the Ladles Aux llary A O H Mlsa Diary Corcoran reslded and expressed her doUgh at seeing present so many friend of tha AncI ntOrlerp whom lho xtendcd wont 1IQtttY1YlPfl1Q 1b9- firstl number jon the programme wai Come 1nktto EririrderedJliI- TMlIry iCdic ran anjrbahlan- il d little James and Marie Dough rty rendered a violin and plan solo Tho address of the evening ras delivered by Attorney L J lackey who sp ke for the auxiliary Ie reviewed the history and ork tf tho Ancient Order and urged all 10 become members as the auxiliary has been of untold benefit to the members Then followed in quid succession vocal and instrumental olos and short addresses by Mrs Mrlck Duddy Miss Vlrgio Dona hue Miss Gertrude BUOy President MartlnT Cusick Hugh Hourlgan homas Keenan Estelle Dougherty Vllllam M Higgins John Horan Lies Fannie Kennedy and B P J avanagh Martin Sheehan and Ser cant John Maloney gave exhibition of Irish stop and jig dancing and after an abundance of refreshments had been served the floor Was cleared for those who wanted tc dance All express hope that tlu ladles will soon hold another pen leetlng All wore invited to attend the euchre party to beglireti inI the came ball on Wednesday even Int May 1 FASSIONISTSJ 1 fJ reparlnK For Celebration of Feast of rounder of Order In preparation for the great feast of St Paul of the Cross a oiovena was begun last Thursday evening I1tthe acred Heart Retreat on the Now burg road which will continue servlfcesPassion 1st fathers in the chapel ol the Sacred Heart Retreat tomorrow fternoon at 330 and every evening thoreartorat 730 oclock The feasl of St Paul of the Cross falls 001 April 28 and is always solemnly observed by the PaSslonlsts SL Paul elng the founder of their order At ndance at these solemn ceremonies has been Increasing each year and asI the street cars now run within a short distance of the magnlficen monastery a tremendous gathering wllJ be present it weather conditions are permissible GUEST OFOAT OLIO CLUB Hon Sfaurice Francis Egan United States Minister to Denmark 1lipw homeon a Tacatlonj Was a vis tor here last Friday and Saturday Friday night the distinguished Isttor war the guest of the Cathollq Club at a complimentary dinner at the Seelbach Col Patrick H lallahan President of the club was tehostaad seated at the board were Lieut Gov McDermott Judge Matt ODoherty Judge Walter Lla coIn Attorney Thomas Wale udge Samuel BoMrlck and a 1 ii- nber of LoulsvlHes most prominent Jathollc men The dinner was en oyed by thot pr ntn epeelally Mlnt r IKg B WIle w s much ilMMd with his rUn ulueporinity Of m J trJII t 0 0 e a U a- it j I 11 I POLITICAL t Democrditlc Stato Executive C mmll tee Meets to lan for Conrentlon Ir lightI on cODonnell by APqllUcIa In the axmlsVlUe Post Orfi ce Ii I oi I lJf J SenatorElect James Calls Hand or v1Wilsont 1Primary I f 4 I CANDlDAfES ffQR N0MITII i The Democratic Stale Executli Committee vlll meet her this ejeln ing and decide the time and place of holding the State Democratic convention which will select tbe delegates to thp national convojiilc which will convene in Baltimore 1 tn June and alsO discuss tho advl ibtllty of petitioning GovMcCreai to call an extra session of the Leg laturo as suggested by Seuatorelei ct Ollle James to add the President contest by amendment time present primary law This PrimarY was or Iglnally suggested by the Woodrow Wilson people In Kentucky more as- a bluff to the Champ Clark folio Ing than anything else but their bluff line boon called by SenatorI elect James who states that he Is confident that Clark can defeat WU son In a primary convention or an1 other method of choice and Would prefer a primary to make this tnore spnvlnclng The Clark bpom is gaining ground every day as well oosted politicians declare that the Democrats would certainly err iIn aatnirig Gov Wobdrow Wilson 1111 their standard bearer on account of lits antagonism to organized labor jnd his published book on immTgri ion statistics which attacked the Italians Poles and Hungarians who ire very pronounced In opposition to dig candidacy Tho situation In Kentucky from a Republican standpoint has narrowe Iowa to a Bradley and antlBradle Ight the Roosevelt and Taft argument being u secondary consideration as the fight Is now as to who hail control the Republican party I itn Kentucky and thus far Senator Bradley has had much the best of be controversy and has fprced tM 4v ningt Post and someOUtbe floo- sgfi1 j 1tisablllfj of orgntiizlhg tftlrd party- rhe latest phase of the fight hils ceo the attempt to remove Louis Donnoll Superintendent of Mall ore and a close friend of the Senator from his position as recom ncndedt by some of the postal in pectors which brings to mind that some of these local civil service uthorltles have been playing the lolltlcal game for nIl It was worth as was ovldenced by the recent Boar of Education legislative inquiry hen It was proven that a petition to lIut Dr Weaver oh the ticket In 1911 ras circulated right among the icads of the local Postofflcc It an be said for Mr O Donnell the le has been fair to all In his dealing ss an official and otherwise and IIt- Is hoped by all fair minded peopli that ho will cbme out on top in his fight for what he thinks is right Under the new primary law th Democrats will select a nominee for Congress which our present Congressman Swagar Sherley will capture without opposition Bailiff of the Police Court with Edward Common as the only candidate iomraon Pleas Judge with Judg IMlllnm Smith as the strongest con t endor and two nominations for COuncilmen with Thomas Dolan and I P Grleb the present Councllraeir rom the Eleventh and Twelfth ards as the possible nominees A Domination in the Democratic rlmary iis equivalent to election as the Republican party here at present Is hopelessly disorganized oven the ormor Fuslonlsts who were out for flee only having deserted the Inking ship CARDINAL j xpress Grief to Preslden Taft For Titanic Victims Front all parts of the world ex reselopS of griet for the jr Titanti victims have reached President Taft among thom the followlnj from Cardinals Oibbons Farley am ConnelU To the President of tho Unltei Itatqst The Archbishops of tbe ountry In joint session with thi fustees of the Catholid Unlverslt of America beg to offer to the I Presl fIt Qf he Unltd States their expression of their profound grief at the awful loss ot human lives attend I ant upon t1lo sinking of the steam hip fTitfentic and at the iMDt tim to assure the relatives of the victim of this horrible disaster of our Jeer est sympathy and condolence They wish also to attest thereby toihehope that the lawmakers ot thi ountry will see la this sad actlden the obvious necessity of legal pro Uloni for greater ecurlty of OCMiilravel 1 1lIK ORTATI nnSOLUTIONS I Ata sufteUl 0 acting IIof ti- Iimnal e of t Frsniea Academy att- IIAweuiboro memorial re olutlo- Hftftd nt d o tfaf d atbpf 91 1 t I c beloved Mother Eutfipia and upon the recommendation the commit tee Composed of MrlVJ W Richard son Mrs Edwin IflillMlssI Alice Rodmari and Frank AfZlnsz it was resolved that theSpujnnae offer a sPlrJtUJl bouquet of Va massest ne hundre cornrniiimi tf aid one hundred rosaries in oxe9slon of the love and reverence IJwhich the goo- dMotlir noral wp d T INT T Being Mnnitest in Prolnc- of J Serg nt l ftt3I utMas IC CntcliyMciHic un Filegant Cow C tIiIIIeI to 11 Special Feati ci large arid Woll raincd CIio rut Will Prove Siileiuilil Attracl n ESERVEDSEATSBWdNSALE tj 4Judging from thbox office sale ofllcatsat the Shuoert Masonic The aterfor Sergeant KJVty which will First Mrs Frances Schranz Schmltt as Sergeant Kitty SecondJohn Hodapp as Gen Du Bole Third iMlss Mary Zoerner as Mine Angellque be produced there Monday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of next week there Is much Interest In Trinity Councils second attempt In the dramatic field and in their rendi tion of this popular little comic opera which Is from the pen of A Baldwin Sloane the author of HankyPanky The cast and chorus have been working hard and faithfully under the direction qf Prof Leo A Schmltt the musical director and P Wellington Hager the stage director and those ivbo have witnessed the rehearsals claim that the performance will compare favorably with that of A professional cast and chorus The feature of thp performance will be the catchy music and augmented orchestra whoso rendition of the tuneful airs in Sergeant Kitty will be sure to please and In addltoin the committee have spared no expense In costuming thp principals end chorus and have arranged for complete scenic effects The past of characters la as follows Sergeant Kitty Mrs Frances Schranz Schmltt Lucien ValHer 2 Joseph A hahn manp 1 Louise De Mcrrllac Miss Ollle Prank NInon Miss Mary B Hlnklo Jacques Joquiriorre Albert M Hermann Henry Do Merrilac Joseph Wottle General Dii Dole John Hodapp Mme Angellque Miss Mary oerner Babette Miss Lee Hernden- Su7pltp Miss Catherine Gnau Sergeant Lefovrc Coleman A Ridge Pierre Picorto John M Hennessy Jean Cornlchoa n1rvlng jLurd ingi Colestin Brldeux P Wellington HRg r Notary La Van Albert Daly Frt Ceimdare Lou1e Schranz Second Getndtrwi JaiQM Perry Reeeryed earenow on sale at- Liia VChubfirt MAMIII Tter box office I i 0- L n RUNS HIGH Kxiiltntion Among Mlnlatorin tats and Irish stcinlicrii ot Parliament Even William OBrien Forced to Aucepi Teriiis ol the measure Verdict ol the Irish Convention Now a FOregOne Con eluslnn ORANGE ORGANS STILL RAVE I From London Hon T P OCo nor M P leader of the Irish Nationalist party in England cable tho Chicago Tribune that second 1m presslonn of the home rule bill con firm tile splendid impressions made oh its first appearance The Orange organs still rave but the Englisl progressives both Liberals and Labor members hall tho scheme as wise and practical and there is an utter absence of the spirit or carping criticism which met Glad stones bills and an equal absence of any revolt One Liberal only Sir Clifford Gary has pronounce against the bill but his hostility was anticipated for months and be represents the unpopular capitalistic lass which was most strongly opposed to all the claims of the miners In the recent strike and was also one of the few socallei Liberals who strongly oppose jloydGeorges budget He is tn act a reactionary who ought to be in thd Tory side instead of thi liberal side and already has been repudiated by his constituency The exultation among the Minis erlallsts and the Irish members of Parliament runs high Premlei tsqulth and John Redmond the Irish leader look years younger aoc1 even cool observers place As ultha speech on a higher plan than any of Gladstones introducing imllar measures while the Liberals oclare Redmonds speech was the realest of his life Ireland Is en huslastlc in Its approval of the measure and oven William O DrlenI the factlOnfst leader was compelled to bless the bill which Is larger than he expected Though willing tp Wound yet hfris afraid to strike V tJi Jti AplemUda ilrancc- Io I tthis over thc frevIouibllIs The verdict of the Irish convention is a foregone conclusion Ther Irish Independent a factionist or an while grumbling that the bit does not meet every demand is ompelled also to acknowledge that the acceptance of the bill by Ireland Is Inevitable Some slight criticism onttnues of the constitution ot the eond Irish Senate by nominating but this Is an academic point and lost of the Radicals oven those who expected to make trouble oh this point Ire convinced that the Domination offers a better guaran tee for democratic progress than a mate of rich men on a narrow franchise Finally home rule plays day the same part in revivifying the spirit of hope lena unity of the Liberal patty which when Its for itnes were low was played by iloyd Oeorges budget in 1908 Asl forecast the present home rule bill figures quite differently from all the previous measures Home rule for years though ac epted by Liberals was regarded atf perilous enterprise involving ear tlln and Insurmountable danger to Uia fortunes of the Liberal party but today the homo rule measure not merely enthuses Ireland but re once the prestige of the Ministry tter the disastrous coal strike and the loss of some byelections iRcdmond Dillon and myself met ksnulth Blrrell and Samuel for the sst time on iFrldav to discuss SOme of the final small details of the measure and both parties were full I1f equally hearty congratulations to nch other for the splendid triumph of their common cause and common ortuno UNVEILING hree Days Celebration In Honor of University rounder The Kentucky Irish American has eceivod an Invitation from the resident and faculties of Georget- oWn College Washington p C to- be present at the unveiling ot the tatuo of its founder tho Most Rev John Carroll D D to Tie presented I1r theSociety of the Alumni on Sat irday morning May 4 The celobra lon will begin on Friday evening lay 31 and conclude with the tccp tlonrby the faculties in the HealyI hIding Sunday afternoon Unveil Ing of the monument will take place Saturday at 11 oclock when the rosentatlon will he road by Chief Justice White The speakers will be resident Taft Cardinal Gibbons Bipeaker Champ Clark and the Am bnsll dor of AuBtr aHungary In- the evenIng the annual alumni din l1 er will take place the religious eremoniea ending at the high mass I a Dablgrea chapel Sunday morning I1t which Hey Terenee J Shealy L J will preach the sermon These cerejnpules will doubtless bring a ptpblt jjatherlag to the national aP t1 l 1 p U i 0 c rJ PhOLY CROSS Parish Mourns Death ot Beloved and Zealous Pastor There was summoned to judgment from StsMaryand EltzabethHos pltal on Wednesday evening the Rev John Sheridan rector for six yeara of Holy Cross church on Weit Broadway and for the precedlt eighteen years pastor of 3t Michaels church on Brook stroc Father Sheridan was born in County Donegal Ireland tn 1847 came ICI New York when sixteen years ot age and when a young man took up the study for the priesthood complctlr his ten years course at Mount in Marys College at Emmlttsburg be- Ing ordained here ihlrtyflve ears ago by the late Bishop McClosko since which time ho has labored devotedly as a spiritual guide and father to the people of his every charge He was the third priest jin the Sheridan family to die within the last twenty years The last of two other brothers who wore ordained and stationed in Ireland died bout twelve years ago near the old Sheridan homestead in Ireland The dead priest Is survived by a brother Anthony J Sheridan local freight agent of the Ixulsvllle Nashvlll Railroad Company and one sister Sister Mary Thomas Ot the order of Sisters of Mercy of Louisville on e nephew John Edward Sheridan and a nIece Miss Mary Catherine Sheridan The funeral took place from Holy Cross church yesterday morn- Ing Bishop ODonaghue presiding over the solemn obsequies It was affectlnj to observe the signs of prc round grief shown by many of the1 older people and those not of the faith Never was a priest more mlversally esteemed and the ex liressions heard at the funeral attested the groat loss sustained by the people of Holy Cross parish and the West End LAllGEJl Attendance Marks Meet- Ings of Division 1- AOI1 Increased attendance marks each uccesslve meeting of Division 1 A O H and the presence of many who have been very irregular lends enthusiasm to the proceedings anet tamps wlthtapproval the administration of President Martin Cuslck ruosday nightt two more members were elected and the next In ordeir vtll be ah ihitlatlon before the warn Jgjither comestvJSIuch regret was XP l beti nnounccm1lwasmade of the illness of Treasure Thomas Lnwler and Joseph Harding nvitatlons were accepted to the pen meeting and reception of the Ladles Auxiliary and the operatic performances of Trinity Council at the Masonic Theater next week In the absence of Vice ipresident Fine gan his place Was taken by Thomas Ceenan who reported the Proceedings of the Federation Followlnt tle regular order ot business two boxes of Tarpeys Havanas were dis rlbuted and interesting topics wen Iscussed by Michael Collins Tames Jarry Thomas Tarpey Presideni lusick Thomas Keenan and others Tho next meeting will be of much more than ordinary interest as re iprts in which every member Is concerned will be submitted TILE WEST END Will Throng FontO InePcrr Park This Coming Tuesday Fontaine Ferry Park will be turned over to Roy Father Kalahe nd his people next Tuesday after hlon and evening whq will entertain with euchre lotto and ia bounteous supper the proceeds U be for the benefit of their church The games wiU be played in the Tlirge dining hall and here alsc upper and refreshments will hi erved those who wish For the oungsters there will ho special muBomonts in the afternoon and tho committee in charge will have large number of valuable articles for distribution The committees 111 charge are composed pf tho following well known people of West lOuisville Executive Messrp Tony Landen wlch iFrank L tReeder Henry Hoemerr Will Whltiy grid Harry FAflancmrFank 1 teeder jL chucknutnn and KarlPfeitterI t Euchre Mesdames Phil Ern wlneYfnnk Reeder and Harry need ri iLptto Mrs McCorklo Miss Ida lay 8chwlnd and Eugene Thonip l InLoorC R Thompson and A J GormanFloorJlck WHtry Jr George 7hltty Alex iMlller George Scholl Martin Kalaher and Albert DiebOld Refreshments Frank Metsch Irs George Whitty Confection Booth Misses Nora BjUrei Anna Coleman AlVlm locker Rose Green EVa iBrenner I atlc Tholnpson Eva D ckeriEs talle Kiihn Edith Klngelty and Olla WThiton- erWbeetF W Venghaus and Joseph Lechner Diningroom Mesdamed Bloe mer Lechner Brenner Lo eon tiggpr Wenzeli Mulkern I Ma oney Solomoni Wubel 7 Will hjtty John Wlttrrt Daniel yrne- Missesnd Joaephlne Schutwrnahn lary JBllPn tforman Katie Kalahei ta Nora Kalahier f I f 2 HAT 2UNICN MADE SEELBACH HOTEL BUILDING THIRTY d H 1 Members Added to tile Hanks of the i Young MCIIH Inotltiito Sunday Fattier Itaffo Commendc the Mcm hers for EVIICncOof Faith Initiation Followed by An Enjoyable Banquet at Tyler hotel HIGH PRAISE FOR HACKIN Last Sunday marked another bright spot In the history of Mackln Council when thirty young men were enrolled in the Young Mens Institute As a fitting prelude to the days work the thirty candidates and hundreds of members assembled bodyIpproachedgoodJeoplerelinquishingtheir ofWesermon he commended the young men for the external evidence given hadbroughtthey receive the pledge of eternal life Manifestations such as made that morning arouse the dormant spirit and always brings something to God nCutureNotwithstanding the pleasant day attractionsherolob house to witness the conferring Ientuckylurlsdlctlon direction of Supreme Vice President Robert T Burke This consumed bout three hours and tho llessons Inculcated were such as to leave a leneflclal and lasting Impression exempllllcatlonpredict that many members will accompany them when they visit TrinIty Council for the Initiation on April 28 Whert the ceremonies had been concluded stirring and patriotic ddresses were delivered by Hon Samuel Robertson Irvlngton Earl Charles Raldy and several of the lowly elected members Shortly fter 6 oclock the newly initiated andldatos and members to the number oluabqu t 1 0 Ot topkijipeqlal jarsnd proceeded to the Tyler Hotel here a sumptuous banquet had been prepared James T Shelley presided as toastmaster antI was Indeed happy InI his Introductions Seated with lam were the tHey George M Connor the Grand Chaplain of the Ken icky jurisdiction the Rov Father Francis Felten President Frank O dams the officers and several who had served as President of Mackln and the speakers of the evening ifter full justice had been done the appetizing viands Toastmaster Shelley called upon the President of lackln who congratulated the new members and called upon all to as- slsthlmln increasing their number 300 this year Seb Hubbuch dwelt upon Mackln Councils greatness and the success they would score when tie Terrace Tavern was produced white Secretary W A Link made a strong plea for organization and working together for the Intellectual and social advancement of the young mel1 Rev George M Connor expressed his gratification at being now hero rlth the YM ii In eloquent and forceful language the Grand Chaplain urged his hearers to be firm in their faith and loyalty always striv- Ing for that peace that Christ would prove but insisting upon the samq rights for themselves that they condo all others George Thornton dwelt upon the advantages Mackln anfers cltlrfg the gymnasium library pool rooms baths etc which outsiders did not appreciate Jn Guy fevln was surprised when called upon but recovered to say he was lated with the prospects for tho ppra tho days work and the ban- Quet Attorney A J Blzot took for his subject present day progress and read telegrams from distinguished talesmen and politicians from all yer the country Taft Clark toosevelt Wilson iLaFollette Mar liall McCreary Mayor Head and hors being among the number Rev Francis IFplten in bidding ppdhye before his departure for liirqpe cautioned the members not s starid still or be idle andi promised to lead the younger setupon his TC turn Others who bad kind words arthp Y 1 T wflro Messrs Richard holjey son of the toastmaster Pal r e Lehmenkuler William M Hlg rlns John Tt Heriohan Dr A K llzpt Louls J iKIeffer George J autz and Charles J aldy Mackins oforts will now be devoted to the pera to be produced in May CARDINALS BIRTHDAY Cardinal Fancy on this Saturday Vtlthave attained three acoro and ten years Although he did his best to let this milestone In his life slip by unnoticed priests and friends moni tho lalety were not in accord wJthhhn and for several days he bas been receiving messages of ungratulatlons and gifts Although the Cardinal has snow white hair bees not look Ijls seventy years Car- dInal Farley Is eight years younger L i n Cardinal Gibbons seventeen Mrs older than Crdl OConnell uid the same age as Cardinal EFal rOJ1Jo i U ii F J KENTUOK iRIl a MEbiLIOAN KENTU6KYIRISHI 1 f I flMERlGftN Itted to the Social and Moral MTincemtmeat of Irish Aserlcus and Catfcollct Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young len Institute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Puhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICfr ONE DOLLA PJ3R YEAR SINGLE COPY 8C Bolrd N Ik UulivllU PertoWe u sccci Cluel nitUr loMrctstll ComMltlaM la tke KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West One St TRADES MOHCDUNCIL lt LOUISVILLE KySATURDAY APRIL 2019121I DEAR IN MIND Every Catholic should bear 1In mind that Trinity Sunday which falls this year on June 2 conclude tho period within which compliant with the Easter communion precept is possible The period allowed Isi1 very generous as regards duration and it must be a very lukewarm Catholic indeed who tails to conforn with tho law of tho church in this matter It is to be hoped there w111 be tow such in Louisville THE TITANTIO DISASTER The disaster to the great steamship Tltantlc has stirred all th nations of tho world On the morn- Ing of April 16 the ship went down after striking an iceberg and of the passengers and crew of 2180 souls only 868 wero rescued according fto the meager reports received as we go to press Tho disaster in loss of life and treasure Is the most appall ing ever recorded in the history of navigation Ancient or modern The great steamship only recently built was 8822 feet long and is said to have cost 10000000 ehe W08 supposed to be unsinkable on ac count of her many watertight compartments but her sinking dem onstrates the fact that no craft devised by man can withstand sat times natures elements The great crew of 860 was powerless to save but few more than onethird of tho lives on the great vessel Of the passengers In the first cabin were ta number of millionaires and distinguished persons One of the million sires reported among the lost Was John Jacob Astor whose reputed wealth aggregated 150000000 One of the lost sincerely mourned 1 In Louisville IB Major Archibald Butt afde to the President who was re turning from a visit ho made to Pope Plus withan autograph letter from President Taft to the Supreme Pontiff Major Butt in bls younger days was a newspaper reporter in Loulsvlllo and is rcmem bored forhla lovoly disposition by many oldtime members of the pro fessionTo the number of notable persons who wont down to death ftn this disaster or to estimate the treasure lost is impossible at this time Press dispatches say that the Marconi system of wireless teleg aphy brought to the assistance of the Titanic three other vessels but ouly one of them the Carpathia was able to render assistance taking off 860 Most of these were women and children The 1300 or more other went down to death suddenly trot the first accounts received The Carpathia Is a slowgoing craft and was not scheduled to reach NOT York until late Thursday night The Titanic was a companion of the Olympic of tho White Star Zinc The tragedy occurred off the banks of Newfoundland where floating Ice bergs are reported more numerous than ever this year President Taft and his Cabinet are holding confer ences to ascertain If they can not devise some means of affording better safeguards to navigators to prevent tragedies of this kind INVENTOn OF WIRELESS The important part now played in ocean travel by wireless telegraphy brings frequent queries as to its inventor who Is Guglielmo Marconi born in Bologna Italy April 26 1874 He was the child of an Italian father and an Irish mother In 1905 ho married the Honorable Beatrice OBrien daughter of Lord Inchlquln He was educated at tho University of Bologna and began his experiments with wireless telegraphy when hardly more than a boy His Invention was tested in England then by the Italian department ofI the navy and from the first it was successful In 1899 MArcpnl was able to telegraph by wireless from e France to England After perfecting his invention he was able to tele graph from Pondhu Cornwall toSt Johns Newfoundland In 1907 he established a transatlantic service 7i He lives chiefly in Venice and in England But for his invention all on board the illfated Titanic might have beendost- The Shelby Record leoked upon as a reliable oountry newspaper dose Louisville treat Injustice and xaislaadB its readers when it says Shoppers who go to Lbuiivllle to 0 buy tlitlr spring goods ihouldte nemtMr4btf1menln ltli isIquite prevalent la that city T It striking below the tielt Uenta girls Is no more prevalent here than Jn other dtle at our abe and atatemettt like tke foregoing tena D C nt tho business Interests of Bhelbyvllle nor Louisville neltberIII The criticism of Mayor Head at the Yust banquet by Prof HalleckII and A S Brandeis in regard Library Board did not injure HIe Honor in tho least as tho Mayor1 splendid administration of the citys I affairs has won him the confident of tho entire public and if there Is any mismanagement ot the affairs it seems that It LlbrarysII reasonably charged up to some of tho Mayors perpetual opponents on that board Prof R P Halleck Albert i8 Brandeis and Rev E Y Mulllni should follow the example of Will lam Yust and sever their connection with the Louisville Public Library Their arraignment of the city art ministration Monday night showsI where they stand and proves con cluslvely that so far as the library interests are concerned their das of usefulness are ended Brave soldier good Christian and exemplary cltlten Gen Fred Dent treat has gone to his eternal reward mourned by tho entire na tion His death was wholly unex petted and came as a shock to his family and most intimate friends The Ulstermen who keep on repeating that they will never accept home rule will learn reason With time As a minority in Ireland tbey have been spoiled by too long harms their way Clara Barton was a noble woma and by none is her death more deeply mourned than by the Catholics of this country who nevi failed to give her their heart support Louisville is infested with loan sharks These money lenders are robbing the poor and needy without let or hindrance How long wlJ1 this continue The best Catholic Is hV who IIsI loyal to his own parish howeve much ho may do for outsideI activates Judged by tho results of the recent elections one trial of Socialise is all that is needed to kill it INCREASING Division 3 A O Ht Continues Its Quest forMembers Division 3 A O H hold a wel I attended meeting Monday night when two applications were medr and James Ridge and Wllllan l Horan were obligated showing that the quest for members continues The name of Joseph Lannen wasI placed on the sick Hat and Charlesi Rlloy was reported improving Sec retary John Hesslon and Treasure Dan Dougherty submitted their quarterly reports which showed Division 3 in splendid condition Invitations were received and accepted to attend the open meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary and to wit ness tho production by Trinity Council of Sergeant Kitty at the Masonic Theater tho first half of next week President Hourlgan announced that the division Would have an amateur night at tho meot ing to bo held on the first Monday InfayFor Chairman Quinn who was not present Secretary Stevens acknowledged the assistance rendered the Hibernian Social Club and Invited all to attend the performance to be given noxt Monday night Following the report of the delegates to the Catholic Federation an interesting address on Irish history was delivered by Patrick Horan Under the good of the order Messrs Tohn Heselon John Brodorick Ser eant iMaloney John Hennessy Martin Sheehan and Will ONeill were called upon and responded with short and pleasing talks OFFICIAL DIRECTORY The 1912 official Catholic DI- rectory is out It Is 1IubUke411- rPJ Kennedy Sons of New York and is on sale at the Rogers Book Company Improvements are shown since the Messrs Kennedy assumed charge of the publication which was formerly issued in Milwaukee The value of an official Catholic DI- rectory is shown mostly in its as macy and in its ability to give up to Late information This policy the- Me srs Kennedy promise to carry utl In the 1912 Directory the pub ishirs have done fairly well and it- tIs be assumed that they will da letter from year to year The 1912 Bfltle Isaast Improvement over the prevlous ones mTING OpTRU8lXESI Tkfc annual meeting of the Trui tHl ol the Catholic University was lteld IIn Washington Ute latter 1Irteft- Je1lr at week but reports of the pro Md lliuve1letet1teeB liven Itke f f o II rr r SOCIETY i I Miss Edith Malone has had as her guest Mrs J H Lamey of St Louis Mrs John Griffin and Miss Louise griffin of Frankfort visited hero last w kIEdward J Boater will return today from a weeks trip to Chicago and Grand Rapids Miss Hattie Spalding has returned from a visit to her parent near Ellzabethtown Mr and Mrs Thomas Lynch hove been entertaining Miss Margaret Lynch of West PointII IJoseph W Mulligan has been In New York City on a trip for both business and pleasure IW E Gorman was among the number from Louisville registered In New York last Saturday IMrs Lucy Brennan 2314 West Chestnut had as guests last week Mr and Mrs Frank Nolan of Oak dale Miss Lizzie Doyle has returned from a brief visit to her mother Mrs Thomas Doyle at Elizabeth town Miss Madonna Hogan of St Louis Is the guest of Miss Edith Malone at her home in tho High lands Miss Michael Fitzgerald ot Springfield spent last week In New Albany visiting her brother ConraIl Hertlein Mrs Lottie McCloy and daughter Miss Tdello of Clifton have beet spending a week visiting relative in Lexington The Hibernian Social Club will entertain with a dance at Bchreiberi Hall Twentysixth and Bank streets Friday evening May 3 Mrs Mary IL Dllley announce the wedding of her daughter Mar don to Carmello Colicchla on April 24 at St Mary Magdalen church Miss Gertrude Christman and Miss Bonita Murphy who havo beet spending the spring vacation with their parents have returned to NazarethM Bruker and Frank Nadorff members of tho local police force have been enjoying their annual vacation They will today again don the blue Mrs Andrew Hinkebeln who bas been confined by illness to her horn in Now Albany is reported as im proving to the great relief of ber many friends Mrs G E Netherland has an nounced tho engagement of her daughter Miss Ava to Henry J Schultz The wedding will take I place in June Mrs Disney Ryan 2812 Fourtl avenue entertained last week Mrs Mary Connelly and Mrs D Bean of the city and Mrs W A Arnold of Lebanon Junction Mr and Mrs William F Walsh 2230 West Broadway are entertain Ing a welcome little girl visitor Jus arrived from Babyland Tho fathe is now tho happiest man in tha neighborhood Miss Mamie Hennessy of Eas Oreckinrldge street entertains Wednesday evening with a euchr party in honor of her sister Mrs Guy Ostermon who Is here on a vlsl from Chattanooga Rev Father John H Riley came In from Shelbyville last Friday to meet Maurice Francis Egan United States Minister to Denmark and attended ttie complimentary dinner tendered the distinguished visitor The marriage of Miss Elmo Hertol and Karl flinch whose en I gagement has Just been announced will not take place until next fall The brideelect is the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hertel 1734 I I1lIss West Market streetIMary Flynn the accom plished and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs John J Flynn 303 East College street arrived home this week from St Louis whore she spent tho winter visiting relatives While in the Mound City Miss Flynn made a host of friends who gave many entertainments in her honor I I1rsses Bertha Jaraget and Alvina lang were hostesses ata miscellaneous shower on Thursday of last week at fifes Sengs residence 1706 Rosewood avenue in honor of Miss I Hudus Stannard who was marriedI on Tuesday to Albert J Holmes Those present were Misses Lucy Warren Alice Williams Rose Wed del tMayme Kiley Alvina Seng Miss Gallagher Mrs L Carter and E Blcher Mrll A pleasant event on Thursday of last week was the reception given members of her five hundred club by Miss Marie Coleman at her home on West Chestnut street Among those present were Misses Josephine Robinson Estelle Lodde Helen hose Catherine Glllhooley Georgle Hausfl Lillian Clegg Margaret Evans Marie Coleman Messrs Albert Dugan Stuart Evans Foley Btherldge Albert Clegg lEd Haffen doerfer Roger Dougherty Joseph Kelley and Walter Pilson I I SYMPATHY FOR PARENTS I Florence Grote the twelye year old daughter of Chris Grote pro rioter of the bowling alleys at 416 West Jefferson street died Monday evening of cerebrospinal men tn I glUe qfte child was stricken five ays before and despite everything hat love and medical skill could do he attack proved f talThe funeralss opk place Tuesday afternoon from he family residence the interment hall g In St Louis cemetery For the heaved parents there is everywhere elt the moat prbfouBd sympathy II H tI I jiJllo NOWqll FOR GAS STOVES I LOUISVILLE GAS CO 0 HOME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS CHAS DECKEL SON FURNITURE STOVES RUGS MATTINGS ETC 321 East Market St North Side Bet Preston and Floyd TOMORROWl Catholic Knights ot America Will Observe Anni vorsary Louisville BranelicB to Attcn Special1 J IUHS at St Toll als Central Committee Will Assist Catholic Federation tfbn volition SPECIAL COMMITTEES NAME Tomorrow in nearly every city IIn the United States will be celebrate with Impressive religious services and rejoicing the thirtyfifth anniversary of the Catholic Knights of America founded in Nashville by the Right Rev Bishop Feohan aftei ward Archbishop of Chicago From tho first this splendid organIzation has prospered in Kentucky and itn Louisville today there are fourteen branches with a membership totaling about 1600 Here the religious observance will beheld at St John church Clay and Walnut street Sunday morning at 7 oclock who j Schuhjall the Louisville branches and ii- J tn j thanksgiving every member of the society is expected to be present am receive holy communion It was at first intended to have a joint meet- IngI and public reception In the after noon but this part of the programm was changed because of tho quar terly meeting of the Viucentlans a great many of whom arc members of the Catholic Knights of Americi- PresidentI John Schalda and Secre- taryI I Bon Kruse have notified all the branches in the Falls Cities and ex poet a gathering that will fill the church Tho social celebration wU1 be arranged for a later date and WU1 be of a character that will Interest i all Catholics I The regular monthly business meeting of the Central Committee was held Friday night of last Week at St iMarys Hall and was full of Interest from the moment Preslden Schalda opened the proceedings un til the closing prayer Eugene M- cCarthyI was called to the Vice Presi dents chair after which State Secretary William T Heehan of the Ritual Committee announced that there was a surprise coming for the next meeting Peter J Dowling of the Cathedral branch called the at tentlon of tho Central Committee to tho arrangements being made for thi entertainment of the America Catholic Federation convention here next August and urged that this body lend its assistance In the great undertaking Messrs William M Higgins Gen Michael Reichert Col Too McGinn Supreme Delegate H A Veeneman and others spoke in like strain bringing out the fact thai National President Feeney of Brooklyn was a former Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America and also that National Secretary Anthony Matre was at present Supreme Secretary of the order The Cathollo Knights of America being foremost in the foundation of the federation it was pointed out that the branches of the Falls Cities should act together taking part In TeprelontedbY Dowling and Col Joe McGinn were named to represent the Central Com mittee at the meetings of the Louisville Federation Tho great major- Ity of the branches now send dele gates to the Federation but In order that all may be in line and participate In the parade and con vention festlvtles President Schalda appointed Messrs Charles Hill Michael Reichert Oscar Maier and Ben Kruse a special committee to visit every branch In Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany and urge them to cooperate with the Federation and Central Committee in making a showing that will reflect credit upon the Catholic Knights of America Before adjourning President Schalda expressed his appreciation of the visit paid the Germantown branch saying that accessions to the order would result therefrom Treasurer Charles Falk urged a continua ton of these social visits which were of great benefit to the smaller ranches and were awakening later eat in the order At the next meet ing on the Moond Friday In May the committees wt11 be expected to re u- I 4 l I L WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee April 21 Miss Lillian BuckinghamI- N The Stampede A play full of living breathing Western life gripping situations and intense ly Interesting climaxes Matinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 35c SOc 75c HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contln uous CASINO AND ORPHEUN 1 THEATERS 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it has steadily prospered until today when It has 212 members and Is one of the strongest and richest councils in the Indiana jurisdiction Unity was or ganized and had a small club house at East Ninth and Elm street for A number of years when it beta necessary to secure larger quarters for tho Increasing membership So well Were its affairs managed that about five years ago the council was able to purchase the Culbertson homestead at 805 East Main street one of the finest in tho city which It now occupies as a club house Entirely free of debt It Is the intention to erect a splendid addition In I the near future At 730 in the morning the members will attend mass at St Marys church and receive holy com munion in a body and in the even- Ing ithere will be a special service when the Rev Father Charles P Raffo of this city will deliver the sermon A cordial invitation Is extended the public to attend these services The club house will be kept open all day In observance of the anniversary and all members of the Y M I who call there will re ceive a hearty welcome Unity Council Includes In Its membership the best young men in New Albany BASEBALL Colonels Now Look Like Sure Pennant Contenders Jack Tighes Colonels and Hugh Duffys Milwaukee aggregation will meet again thin afternoon and to morrow after which the ICansas City team under their new leader Charlie Carr will come for a threegame series which will be the ending of Louisvilles first at homo seres the team then making a circuit of the Eastern whirl returning home again May 18 From the article of ban the Colonels are putting up at Present it would not be at all surprising to eta them take the two remaining games from the Brewers and at least two out of three from Kansas City who do not seem to have struck their stride and are not playing the game under Carr that they did under the management of Danny Shay It Is a little too early to make a prediction ot tho possible penant contenders as there are many changes in the line ups from last season and the different teams will have to be seen Inaction before this can be done but atL this writing it looks like the flag lies between the Colonels St Paul and Minneapolis with the chances in favor of the former two as the Miners are not as strong as last season having the poorest outfield to the association and have not the hitting aggregation that was their big asset last year and in this de partment will be distanced by the Colonels who will have about five 300 bitters this year With this heavy artillery many of the fans would like to see Manager Tlgho keep Too Stanley In the lineup for his brilliant fielding which has saved many a game but which docs not appeal to some of tho dense thinkers who have been crying for his retirement JUBILEE VISITOR Bfster Mary Joseph who before seaming a nun was Miss Johanna Sullivan arrived in Louisville on Wednesday afternoon to visit her brother Rev Daniel OSulllvan pastor of the Church of the Blessed Raerament following the celebration in Cincinnati of her golden Jubilee as a Sister of Charity Sister Mary JoEenh was professed in the Sisters of Mercy on Anrll 17 at Cedar Grove In Cincinnati then the mother house of the order and there she has spent practically all of the half cpntury Though eighty years of age Sister Mary Joseph Is very active and en joys perfect health and to her friends she appears good for twenty more Her visit will be beneficial to Blather OSulllvan who has been ill but is now Improving Though her stay will bo brief tho Louisville friends of Father OSulllvan will make it one of the Pleasant est in thee of Sister Mary CONVALESCING Miss Mary McGinns boat of so ciety and business friends will reJ- oice to learn that she has almost entirely recovered from an illness that has confined her to her homer the past month For a time it was thought Miss McGlnn was threatened with an attack of blood poisoning and her relatives were somewhat alarmed She is now able to be out and In another week will have fully recovered FOUR MONTHS REST Rev Father P J Berreshelm who has labored long and hard for Holy Trinity church on East Kentucky street left last week to take a needed rest and spend four months abroad Before returning Father Berreshelm will visit Rome and the countries of Central Europe During his absence the Paselonist fathers will have charge of the congregation Father Berreshelm sailed on the Berlin for Naples and with him was William T Bott also of this city ALWAYS WELCOME Judge Jere A Sullivan of Rich I mond was a welcome visitor here this week Judge Sullivan has a host jot friends In Louisville who would very much like to see him rep resent the Blghth Kentucky district In CosgreM I SUPBilVISORI Our ark Comrnlloner have cl eared Qty L fihlppg connected with tile Chicago Park BordJutOIvU Service Corambeion to ooze to- G U HEIRV A1J1ft J PPOLSU DYER AND GLEANER ladles and Gents Wearingd1 WORK GUARANTEED phcn6 528 Fifth Strut ICENTRAL FURNITURE CO s Incorporated N W Cor Third seal Green Si We furnish the home com 3plete on easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mr Sales Dept JLBrownfieldCoJ L 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractorfi STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING1 Dont Build Without Seeing Ale Homr Phon 7P4- RIndependentI of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty ODMB PHONE SOUTH ODD Catholic Order off Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In the World Members in Good Standing 150000 Dailh benefits paid sines organized 1 3852000 JOIN NOW WM CALUGHAN state Organizer4710 W Jeff WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CE1LINGFOR 350GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sti Dumb S 2692A Home 6225 Louisvillo and act as Supervisor of Playgrounds during the months of Juno July and August The board hopes that by the end of the season some local man will be qualified for the position which pays 175 Ia month RECENT DEATHS Though not unexpected the death of Mrs Gertrude Olaser occasioned deep grief among her friends and relatives She wastle beloved wife of Arthur Closer with tho Big Store and was a young woman whose pleasing manner and many virtues made her a favorite in her circle Mrs Glaser was a native of Louisville and the daughter of for nard Bosse who is engaged with Henry Bosse in the undertaking business Besides her husband and father she is survived by a son Arthur Chaser a brother Frank Bosso and two sisters Mrs Val Schaefer and Mrs William Benson Her funeral took place Friday morn- Ing from St tBontfaco church To the griefstricken husband and eon Is extended sincere sympathy Mrs Hanorah Hines for many years A highly estemod and well known resident of this city passed to her heavenly reward Tuesday evening her death resulting from infirmities incident to her advanced age She was the widow of the late Edward Hines and is survived by two tone Edward and Frank limes and one daughter Airs John M Crawley with whom she lived at 730 South Eighteenth street airs Hines came to Louisville from New York City where she leaves a number of relatives Her funeral took place from the Cathedral yesterday morn- Ing and was attended by a great number of her old friends and acquaintances Sincere sympathy is extended to Harry A and Edna E Appling on the death of their daughter Mary E Appling which occurred Wednesday evening at the family residence 3009 West Chestnut street The child was twelve years old and was greatly beloved by all who knew her The funeral took place Friday morning from St Charles Borromeo church attended by many friends of the bereaved parents and a vast I number of schoolmates and young companions with whom little Mary Etta was a favorite Mrs Bridget Walsh wife of Thomas Walsh 2331 Rudd avenue who suffered a paralytic stroke six months ago was released from her earthly sufferings early Wednesday morning The deceased was re signed and fully prepared for the final summons Besides her husband she leaves one daughter Miss Mary Walsh and three sisters and one brother The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Conniff celebrating the mass of requiemIMany friends and relatives were this week deeply grieved when were laid to eternal rest the remains of Mtes Abbey Mullane Mrs Mary Elizabeth Schmitt Airs Maria Me Culloch Mrs Elizabeth Ford ands Mary Eo W ls8enberger All but the first named were old resI- dents of this city- EUCHRP AND LOTTO Tickets are out for lolto party to be gIven by6Renter prise Club at the Catholic Woman Club on the afternoon tad evening of Monday May 6 The purpose is a nest deserving onej and those baying the party in charge are a rang- Ingf to eatertala a Large Bothering of people o a r INDIANA Knights of St John State Convention In New Albany Catholics of Now Albany are looking for an Immense gathering In that city on Sunday May 50 when the annual State convention of I the Knights of St John will be held There are nineteen commander of this great order in Indiana and It is expected that each will send a company and many visitors In ad dition nil the State officers and about fifty delegates will be pres ent St Edwards Commandery of New Albany will bo hosts and will be fully prepared to entertain all who visit them The feature at these conventions has always been tho parade and If one is hold Ithe Louisville commanderies will participate making it one that will surpass any ever witnessed in Southern Indiana The business meetings will bo held at the club house ot Unity Council Y M I- PASSED Home Rule Bill Passes Its First Reading by Big Majority The Irish home rule bill passed Its first reading in the House of Commons Tuesday night by a vote of 360 to 266 The announcement ot the figures was received with deafening Ministerial cheers and the waving of hats and handkerchiefs In the debate Andrew Bonar Law summing up for the opposition savagely assailed both the bill and the Government Tho people of Ulster 1 ho declared wore ready in what they believed to be the cause of liberty and justice to lay down their lives rn conclusion be said You wlli not carry this bill without submitting it to the people If you try Ito do so you will succeed only iin breaking the Parliamentary machine The bill has been introduced because the Government is dependent upon the Irish votes The Prime Minister gave a solemn pledge that he would reform the House of Lords but that debt of honor must walt imtilbe has paid his debt of shame r P OConnor said that in Ireland they believed that the true democratic road was through liberty to loyalty God save the King would bo sung again in Ireland when I it was not degraded into A song for party faction Timothy Healy said that the bill instead of repealing the Union as contended by the opposition made it perpetual with tho consent of the Irish people- NEWPORT Dr and Mrs W S Sheridan who was AIlss Mary W Rellly arrived this week in New York on the steamer Celtic and are expected home today after an absence of five years Dr Sheridan was in charge ot an American hospital at Chentu West China Miss Kathryn M Cremlns for merly of Newport but now of Cincinnati was married on Thursday to J A Hackett in the Holy Name church Mt Auburn HOXQR FRED HARIG The Kontucky Grand Council of the Royal Arcanum at its annual meeting here Tuesday conferred Us highest honor upon Fred Hang who was elected to the office of Grand Regent by a unanimous voto of the delegates Mr Harlg is connected with the Kelskor Furniture Company and is one of Louisvilles most highly esteemed citizens The honor was worthily bestowed DEDICATION last Sunday Rev Father Raffo announced to his people that every effort was being put forth to have the magnlficeut new St Charles church ready for dedication on the second Sunday in stay The news was cause for great rejoicing In the West End and the dedication will bo the greatest religious event yet to occur In that section of the city VINCENTIAN QUARTERLY The quarterly meeting of the united conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will be held tomorrow afternoon In the hall of the Knights of Columbus on Fourth avenue These meetings are of tho greatest interest to Catholic mend therefore all who can should be sentFOURTH DEGREE BANQUET I About forty gentlemen were la attendance at the banquet given Monday night at the Tyler Hotel bye local Fourth Degree Assembly of the Knights of Columbus among the number being Hon Joro A OSulll van of Richmond and James F Heeney of Frankfort GAVE FINE SHOW I One of the best of the seasons minstrel shows was that given by the lEI Nomo Club for the benefit of St Leos church In Highland Park The clever work of the Zlnga Brothers won much applause and stamp them as high class impersonators The minstrel company is a good one and gave the people of Highland Park a peat treatc HIGH SCHOOL RANKI IGIVEN State Board of Edu cation has Issued a commission to Jasper College incorporated with St Melnrads Abbey and in charge of the Benedictine Fathers which entitles It to the privileges of a commissioned high school in the State of Indiana AUGUSTA A brilliant marriage took place at Augusta on Wednesday when James Finn led Miss Anna Gleason to the attar at St James church The ceremony WM performed by the Rev Pathar Thomas Cpleman and was solemnized hy a nuptial mass at- lehwerepreaeatWt1 a host of Meads eftha bride aadljroom FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KT JOHN E FRANK WALTERS1 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 2W LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCO e INCORPOR- ATBDBUTCHERTOWN f BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH 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NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy I Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them toe Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON S- TSANNOUNCEMENT MR M J FINNEGAN for many years Secretary of theirLouisvilleGeneral Sales Agent and Assistant Manager effective April 1 1witht J headquarters at our office 738 East Market street We will continue to handle the best Coals and Cokes available and guarantee satisfaction at all times Cor respondence and inquiries solicited LOUISVILLE COAL COKE COM M KLING Pres and Mgr of an I t MJ BANHOH Pros Mgr i I t P BANMON JR VlMPrei iltd TrMs St I- L1 YEENMA- NSeerelry I Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co are H INCORPORATEDc on MANUFACTUIIERS Olr will VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKW t ciPorStreets and Roadways at a n sadWflci 521 West JMtmstreet 0twks MlatMIIa Me iitiiiit OtS r Ttltt4oNE 573 TEL HNEf 12H H- J I t ot U a 9 t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnr the Past WeekGetieral News Notes The membership campaign of the Ladles Auxiliary should incr n their number at least 100 Gatherings like that of the Ladl Auxiliary this week should benefit any organization Tom Quinn Is elated over the sutc cess of his Hibernian Social Club which is doing much for Division 3 A degree team has been organized by the Ladles Auxiliary at Utica- N Y and some active work is now looked tor- Indianapolis Hibernians plan a big field day on August 1C whi they will celebrate the Yellow Fo anniversaryTuesday night In Indlanapol fifteen new members took the obligation at the mooting of Ladle Auxiliary T The Hibernian Social Club Invites all its friends to meet Monday night at the Norman Theater Twent first and Portland From expressions heard this week It Is safe to say Kentucky will send a big delegation to the national convention at Chicago- It will not be long until the work of arranging for the State convents will be under way The Ladle- Auxiliary have taken tho lead National President Began was Ins Denver on April 12 and addresa- a great open meeting In the Au ttorlum of the Womans Club Division 3 will have an original entertainment for its members ott the first Monday in May when tl amateurs will be given the right eof wayInvitations to attend the recep lion tendered National President Regan In Denver were accepted by the Knights of St John and othc organizationsThe State convei tlon will be held at where the Hibernians own a handsome building and hall where t sessions will be held Michael Clare and John Owe both of Division 1 are still at their homes They were taken 111 sever months ago and their condition i reported as still serious Division 4 Is theonly one th meets next week President He nessy wants all the members present Monday night when they will have much business to transact The Ancient Order of Illinois m Install In the University of a collection of Celtic literature ama manuscripts if they adopt the suggestion of President James Members of Division 1 were de lighted to have Officer James Twohig wltji them Tuesday night The Increased attendance at meet- Ings will help In securing new men1 bers With the prominent Cathol- ladles of the city as patronesses the Ladles Auxiliary of Portland Ore held a Joint party Tuesday night to which a number of societies we rc Invited I rensotbwioolttheir euchre at falls City Hall on May 1 They are splendid entertain ers and will have many handsome prizes to award The County Board will meet flex week when further reports will bo made relative to the annual reunion and outing President Thomas Dolan requests that every member of the board bo present Michael J Donahue the blgge member of the Louisville police force Is a member of the Ancient Order Many think he came fro Ireland but this hia mistake as ho was born In Indiana ALTAR SOCIETY PAUTV The ladies of the Altar Society o St Michaels church will entertain their friends next Thursday with a euchre and lotto party in the school hall on Brook street between Mar ket and Jefferson and promise all a most enjoyable time iFor the euchre and lotto two first prizes of 5 Inf gold will be awarded In addition ff- a io number of others The ladles will1 also serve a light supper for the small price of fifteen cents This society is doing all It can to assist the pastor Ttev Martin OConnor and thereforo deserves generous sup port The games will be called at 230 in tho afternoon and 830 ini the evening and will be presidedl over by a number of popular ladles NEGRO STRIKES PRIEST Last Monday night the Rev Paul Meyer assistant pastor at St Mar tins church was the victim of a dastardly assault by an unknownnegro at Tenth and Broadway but aeriopsresultmnled Rev Abbot Bernard iMenges 81 Bernards Abbey at Cullmln Ala who was returning home to the Ienlhslreet d PotaAtter Abbot J lengos departure Father Meyer boarded an Eat Broadway car and Just as it was starting an unknown priestforrear of the car and struck his victim with a blackjack Dropping from the car the negro ran and escaped in the darkness father Meyer has not enemy in the world and it is tho general opinion that It was a case of mistaken Identity VAUDEVILLE The attractions which the Hop lagi klns Theater will offer next week embrace all the varied elements of- polite and refined vaudeville There six high class numbers on the opklas programme at every performance each Introducing people who rank with the best in their line the stage today Motion pictures ex complete the excellent bill HIBERNIAN SOCIAL CLUB Motion pictures vaudeville andinlaleur specialties will be pr the Normal Theater TwetttFliyatpuPortland avenue vMlIg ender the auspices of the the bernlax petol Club whleh tiq- seatNoAed ottbe younger Hwmbwrs Division S The first petferfngn5e I THE 2 FAVORITE of Louisville1 Particular Smokers j TARPY SPECIA- II10c Cigar seLITTLE AJCigarsThe cigars without an equalln quail and flavor Homemade Unionma de and the best made for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokes T W TARPY a CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARK MONUMENT k Having purchased the call re stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Compan we are in a position to offer tlheSta same to parties wishing to Ir 1 prove their cemetery lots at veir low prices wararooms 318320 West Green St Calo SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O H- DIVISION 1 Firorand Third Tuesday President Martin J Cusick flVice President Charlss J Finn egan boRecording Secretary Anthony J Tompkins Fansr roll itFinancial SecretaryJos E Far MarketIsTreasurerThomas P Lawler SergoantalArma Louis Roller McDermottnDIVISION 2 duels first and third yOdd Fellows Hell Sixth and Wai lsnut streets PresIdentCon J Ford Vice President =J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefe Financial SecretaryJohn JKeaney 1607 Dumesnll 1Sergeant at Arms J Char Obst isSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION S Meeu First and Third Iineteeiith4and Portland PresidentHuighHoutlgann htaloaeyatng evens Financial Secretary John OJ Hesslon 1710 Baird Doughertyt s Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth blonds sfBertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch 11Recording Secretary John J Ba ry Financial Secretary Thoman Jr Langan 807 West Oak Treasurer Harry J Brady SergeantatArmsJohn Colema- f I Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford President John G Cole Vice President Jf E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh toIGrddr II Financial SecretarYJohn Hogan Treasurer B A Coll rib Sergeant atArms =Michael Gar j intlne1Thomas Gleason I l Marshal Mlonael Noon I I Y JMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresldentrFrank G Adams First Vice PresldentAU Link Second Vice PresidentWilliam Uhn Financial SecretaryWm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Od borne l Corresponding Secretary George utz- TrensurerRobert wI T Burke I rshn1Jobn Sheehan Inside Sentinel Peler And riot Outside SentinelJoseph Higgins will be given at C30 oclock and the second one at 8 Tickets are ten cents and can be secured scoffs the members e- MOTION PICTURES The amusement loving public and particularly the votaries of mOT pictures who stand only for notbeentalnment than that arranged for V theCallaol daybeingl Sorhibition rn AVENUE TIIEATERIts The Avenue Theater will tonight use very lueeeMful season dijr Ikawauvlontheatergoingblicmoving iiUUr fkW for the sum IJVthrer5 co u KNIGIITS OP NMWS1 S Late News That Will Interest ElscLThe Knights of Little Rock CounI ell have organized a baseball team Sunday afternoon at Oloan N Y upotyThere wore big Initiations last Sunday at St Marys Ohio ana Uloomlngton Ind The Knights of Terre Haute have begun preparations for a big fair t be held In October coEon a thirty on April 28 at Ellzabethtow Little Rock Knights attended mass at the Cathedral and receIved holy communion In a body morningThe three degrees will bo DelIIferred on a large class at arkanti on Sunday April 28 gallons from Little Rock and other cities will witness the ceremonies VIAtter attending mass in a body at Marys Cathedral on Sunday the of Portland Ore Initiated fifty now members ending the day banquetyThe of the Unit States Cardinal Gibbons the ne dionitaries of Church and State wmbe among the guests at the memory banquet in Washington when co- I ers will be laid for 1800- rtEREAViD Mr and Mrs Martin Tracy of Jeffersonvllle were again bereave Tuesday morning when their son Daniel J Tracy was called Into eternity making the second cleatb In their homo in two months the Arthurtair Tracy was years and was born In Jeffersonvllli where he was widely and favorabl known He had never married His occupation was that of a painter sad a good part of his life bo had been employed at the car works Bo aides his parents he Is survived by two brothers George Tracy and Edward Tracy bbth of whom are qt home Mr Tracy was a member or St Augusllnes church and several fraternal orders The funeral took place at St Augustines church Friday morning at 9 oclock and was largely attended tCOUXTH suriEn The people of St Edwards con gregation at Jetfcrsontown have ar ranged for a delightful afternoon and evening for their friends next Wednesday Beginning at 311 oclock in the afternoon and 816 in the evening there will be euchre and lotto games and in the interi- ms a fine country supper will be served In Bauers Han Members of the congregation have been busy for a week making preparations and ns the proceeds are for the benefit or 8theIr handsome little church they look for n large attendance from the- Citytt the supper The efforson tojynvJars stop at4 Ehe entrance it ttidlh 1 11yhorgt1thR 1I ttrt til gment- tt ikeg irises IBOXING AT MACKIN Next Monday night the business meeting of Mackln Council will be followed by a boxing exhibition to be given by Thomas Yunt and AV11II Coakley two youngsters who are debary0 brought out a good attendance at the meeting this week when Messrs Joseph Hancock Ber Henley Dr d1st cussed the divorce problem and vinced their audience that the la thereon should be uniform and executed by the National Government ThenOpera Committee reported Its moving satisfactorily with assurance that Terrace Tavern would be the best ever Those who were on the sick list were reported as Improving CONIHtlOX 8KIUOUS James H Hendrlcks aged sixty seven years one of our most widely known cflUena and the oldest mem ber ot the Louisville police force In point of service lieS seriously ill of pneumonia at his home 134 North Clay street For fortythree years 10 was connected with the police department retiring when the Grln stead adminIstration came coto power laving an excellent record Mr Hendricks Is an uncle of former Capt James W Hendricks While his condition Is serious there is every i hope for his recovery VUiT NOT MEET There Will be no meollngot Trln Ity Council next Monday night as the officers and many members will be engaged in the presentation of Sergeant IUttyat the Shubert Beater This weeks meeting was gbh attended and two more names ere added to the largo class to be altlated on Sunday April 28 An buncement was also made that the fflcera and lady friends Ot Trinity were busy preparing for the gasth mal oa Thursday May 2 Monday night at 815 the curtain will rise on- t IQ first performance of Sergeant Kitty the committee reiwrllng that the outlook tor a crowded house was ctremely bright WALNUT THEATER I The Stampede which comes next to the Walnut for a weeks engagement will be given under the repUon of A G Delamater who is provided elaborate scenic In sllture and it IB said a strong cast players headed by Llllten Buck ghani a well known Western actress whols said tow a great favorite on the coast The notable scenes of The Stampede are a asa In the Arizona desert and the nlpede scenet from Which the play takes itsname1- IEIITING i ON TIIURSDfYII theCatholicThursday night at the Catholic oiHtaY Club All the dmmlttewi j btisy adwlU iabrall rfHterestlng lIOrf r- 7II r For Your Furniturei 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