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SUITSMAOETO SmlUh HOTEL XXVIII NO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 21 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS I I WATTERSON Pours Hot Shot Into Halj1 and Beckhnin the Party Wreckers Their Following Here ConsistI ot Evening Post and Ex OfllceIIoldcrs Executive Committee Member 8I Being Criticize On All Sides MANHOOD TO THE FRONT The attempt of the Haly Beckham party wreckers to wreak their vengeance on the ILouisville Democrat- simply because the organization knetothefeelingsState and under the leadershipbeing Henry Watterson hot i poured into the rule or ruin team from one end of the State to the other The membera of the Democratic State Executive Committee who pulled the Halyffieckham chestnuts out of the fire by com pelling Louisville to select delegates separatemethods forreadytheir action In answer to the storm of indignation they bave aroused Here is the situation In a nutshell Haly and Beckham In their blind fury believe that by forcing the local Democrats to hold precinct conventions they can stir up opposition to Chairman Frank McGrath and his fellowmembers of the Democratic Committee In their party plans while in reality the HalyBeckham Ues can not muster enough strength In all of Jefferson county to control one precinct Their following hereI can be named on two hands and conJJ slats of a few sorehead exoffice t holders and down and outers one ofII whom furnishes the Post with the HalyBeckham programme The very name of Beckham here is enough to frighten Democrats away from their principles and it Is earnestly hoped Ihatthe Democrats out In thQ State I will take the fQlIOpgH1llbleldlp voice c8ilt 01 a I PrlKentucky is sick of playing politics Kentucky is tired of the men who do nothing but play politics In spiteofI I the falsepretension and falsefriend ship of nearly eight years of the HalyBeckham rule of dlckerand barter for office dlckerandbarter for campaign money dlckerand barter for the very souls and bodiestt of men there are still some of us left who can look the world In the DemocratsUnterritied I allInmanhood all chivalry as living Intt spiration have not yet been crushed out of the Democracy of Kentucky nor expelled as moving figures and moral forces from Kentuckys pubUcI life In the person of the Justelected Governor of the State who nottI satisfied with what he has IS already reaching out after more the sinister I elements represented by the Haly Beckham alliance have reincarnated I their wicked principles and bllghtII Ing purposes and under cover of his respectability would reinstate them selves and reestablish their lostr power They brought the Democracy of Kentucky nothing but factlonlsm disgrace and defeat Their returnII bringmoremore defeat oItis conceded that for the moment they rule the roost There U no mistaking the action of their committee In laying the lInesII for the National Campaign before us It was characterized by the shameless conduct of the same men who a year ago In the Interest of one of their richest memebra pro posed to shut out the United States Senatorship from the Primary Elec tion held to decide for all other of the candidates for office t From this an aroused public senti ment compelled them to recede Unless the same public sentiment now asserts Itself and puts forth its I might these officebrokers under orders from the HalyBeckham I combine masked behind Gov Mc 1 Creary will attain by means known so well to themselves all the ends they originally sought I Their success would place Kentucky In a more ignominious post tion than Kentucky has over known In all Its checkered but still glorious I political history Their aim and ficheffle is to send to the National I Democratic Convention at Baltimore I B Delegation beneath the direct hand and rule of duly and Bockham to I Play politics to peddle patronage I to trade for plunder and pelf before- the I eyes of all the nation first I dragging the Influence the name and the fame of Kentucky through dark 1 ness and dirt then and thereafter dividing among themselves the Fed eral offices at during the days of their power they divided the State officesIt the brave and upright OHM t thetInefarious p10tto Lion of a United States Senator from I the just ordeal of a Primary Election In order to confer it whis share of I the spoil already bought and paid I for upon a wellkoown otflHoaaJre JI This millionaire JtlH who U aid to be now putting up the money ton I carry out the inlqultoui ptot toexI0 =r I f KENTUCKY IRSg AMERICAN IV0LUME ploit themselves and degrade the State by which Haly and Beckhan and their henchmen hope to side back to rule or ruin It is the brave and upright Ollle James who yet stands with the flaming sword of Truth across their path Ho is no longer a candidate He Is the Senatorelect It Is his word and his word alone which will goat Washington after the Fourth of March next and the CourierJournal greatly mistakes the temper of the Democrats of Kentuckytheir sense I of justice and their pride of birth and manhoodIf It be not his word and not tho word of the HalyBeck ham alliance with Gov McCrear for a blind which will go in the coming State Convention called for the 29th of May THEIR FEAST Solemn But Brilliant Ser vices by Passlonlsts Sunday With solemn but brilliant services the patronal feast of the Passlonls tomorrowsat the Sacred Heart Retreat chapel on the Newburg road in preparation for which a novena has been in progress since Thursday April 11 The first mass tomorrow will be celebrated at 630 in the morning and the solemn high mass will be gin at 10 oclock with Rev Cletus Brady as celebrant assisted by Fathers Denis and Fabian as deacon and subdeacon The panegyric on St Paul will be preached by the rector one of the most eloquent members of the Passlonlst order In the afternoon there will be solemn vespers and benediction of St Pall of the Cross will be given at inter vals during the day and for those who desire the ladies attached to the chaps will be prepared to servo refreshments thus giving opportu nity to spend the entire day at the retreat St Paul the founder of the Passlonlst order was born at Ovoda in the republic of Genoa on January 3 1694 and died October 18 1775 Ho was canonized by Pope Plus IX on Juno 29 186T The order be founded is one of the great est In the church and many years ago established tho retreat on the Newburg road whore today stands the magnificent monastery only re cently completed SUMMONED Justin McCirtliv LengW r bla Justin McCarthy Irish novelist and historian And for many years a member of Parliament died Wednes day night pt Folkestone England He had been 111 throughout the winter and spring His daughter had acted as his nurse and friends had hoped that he would live to see the fruition of home rule Dorn in 1830 Justin McCarthy was one of the most prolific political and historical writers of the time He was an ardent home ruler find for twen tyfive years was a political writer for one of the London dally papers He was Vice Chairman of the Irish Parliamentary party In the House of Commons before the rejection of Mr Parnell by the majority when Mr McCarthy was by them elected Chairman He became attached to the staff of a Liverpool paper In 1853 and entered the reporters eallery of the House of Commons In 1860 for the Morning Star After resigning as chief editor ot that paper In 1868 he traveled through the United States for nearly three years and since then has more than once revisited America His publications were many and were all of the high est standard especially his History of Our Own Times and his Life of Pope Leo XIII LESSON In Titanic Disaster Cited by Rev rather OSul llvan An added feature to the regular meeting of Division 4A O H on Monday evening was the presence of their chaplain Rev Father OSulll ran who when called upon by Presl dent John Hennessy spoke of theI right prospects for homo rule inI Ireland for which a great deal of credit was due the Ancient Order of Ilbernlons in America who have been rendering valuable aid for this noble and patriotic cause Father SullIvan also spoke of the lesson given In the Titanic disaster In which the rule of the sea women and children first should also become the motto for this country as a reventive of the great divorce evil which is yearly destroying ten times the number of women and children that werp imperiled in the steam ship disaster A report of Treasurer larry Bradys death was made and the division Secretaries were appointed to draft resolutions on his death Thomas Downey was elected to fill the vacancy Thomas DIgnan was present after a long abSOllceand read an Interesting article on Hugh ONeill and the Irish ConfederacyIMPROVING James Canty railroad detective for the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Company who bas been son DUlly 111 at fits Mary and Elizabeth loapltal hss been removed to bU home 2004 Maple street where lie s rapidly Improving His friends will be pleased to know that he expects position to soon be able to return to hW LIiiioJ4 COMMONS Forgets the Homo Rule Bill Ozi News ot Great Titanic Disaster Believed Necessary Majority oj Three Figures Will Be Gained Nominated Senate Only Provision That Meets With Criticism TORIES OFFENSIVE AND BITTER SundayTribunenor iM P thus states the position of the home rule bill In the House of CommonsAs and exciting as is the great issue of home rule at this sUbmergedbyEverybodyhasabsent minded You could eee they could not keep their minds on things Immediately under their eyes but were all in sombre reverie over the awful scenes of this gigantic dIs aster I never saw a deeper or more solemn stillness come over the House of Commons than when Premier Asquith rose to make an swer on the subject and no man could have expressed the feelings of the members of the house than did the Prime Minister through language measured as well as touching- I turn from this tragedy of the Titanic to the fight being waged In the House of Commons over the third home rule bill This bill be gins Us long journey under auspices more favorable than any of Its predecessors Even the raucous voice of the amateur constitution monger is silent It Is the first time we have been mercifully spared his performance Only one provision lthe bill excited some Liberal erR tclsm that is the nominated senate Nobody could doubt that provision would excite serious opposition and- a good deal of ridicule coming espe dally as It did from a democratic Government J hejobJectjB4seoun ai fur lien tf lllr ttierrnlno fty4 and eoaminat nskedeem- on ea o e n t4 franchise as the first would simplY Ije a reproduction and therefore no additional security to the minority On the other hand a second chamber elected on high franchise would probably become one of those nar row obstinate and selfish assemblies which democracy everywhere has found a serious obstacle to demo cratic progress As even In a body of hereditary Peers there are sec tions of Irish life which might find It difficult to enter public lifo through the ballot boxes and yet every class of Irish life might be represented in an Irish Parliament One of the provisions of the bill It that a Peer may sit In either one or the other chamber In an Irish Parliament the Irish Nationalists would be glad to see a number of anyhowthe fate of the bill will hang The debate up to the present has gone all one way Asqulths opening statement still remains the most powerful presentation of the homo rule measure ever made in the House of Commons not excepting even Gladstones Postmaster General Samuels exposition of the financial 1 part of the scheme Is lucidity itself and his defense of It never for a moment was seriously assailed on division To be very satisfactory under the circum stances It would have been better to have had a majority of three figures and we probably will have- ai majority of three figures on the second reading Only one Liberal acted against the bill and only three abstained The Liberal party was rather tmfortunate owing to a series of accidents Inevitable in almost all divisions Sid Edward Grey required a vacation badly and when he left he had a pair but the ar rangements broke down Another staunch home ruler was com- pUlsorily absent owing to duties as a judge Another was unlucky enough to miss his train The strain of the miners strike accounts for the Illness and absence of five members of tho Labor party all homo rulers Two of the best Irish members were compelled by illness to be absent Two are In Australia draw- Ing largo resources for the Irish war chest The Tories on the other hand were fortunate In having BO few absenteesOne as to the character of the debate by Bonar Law There is no Improving with tho time The speeches are becoming more rancorous mono offensive and vitriolic Tim attack on Asquith exceeded almost anything heard in the House of Commons for years It was hotly resented by Asquith and his friends Asqulth stands higher now than at any moment in his career Bonar Law is not the canny cautious Scotchman ho was supposed to be but a very narrow and politically though not personally a very malignant partisan Hie speeches show the music han element of hte party but how little sense of reponBlblllty decency or farsighted flees Oa the wholetn Unionist party came badly out of the ordeal this week LBX3NGTONj Sixty ifftBdUatei were Initiated- Into Bluecraw Conncll XnbtllOf u 1 Columbus at Lexington on Sunday The exemplification Jf the first and second degrees was in charge of the the local degree team while the third degree work Was in charge of Hon Madison J Walsh and a team from Washington Una FollowIng the conferring of the degrees a dinner was held at Columbus Hall at which Patrick She ry presided as toastmaster and the principal ad dress was dellvereditby the Hon J Madison Walsh of Washington Ind WashlngITLZ CENTENNIAL Jt Tfj Sisters of Loretto Cele brate WIth Solemn d Services il fJ The Sisters of Eretto one of the greatest teaching bodies in the Catholic church teolebrated every where on Thursday the centennial anniversary of their order which was founded in Kentucky The greatest celebraUo Of course was at Loretto where we Right Rev Bishop ODonagh g assisted by Vicar General Crqitin Rev Father and a number of priests celebrated the solemnl Pontifical mass of thanksgiving At the gospel of the mass just quo hundred years after the flrstfcercmonyt seven young women received the white veil of the novltate and ten novices made their religious profession and accepted the Lorettlnes black veil from the Bishops hahd The order which was founded in Kentucky seven miles from libretto Academy by three Kcntuck girls Is the first American religious order approved by tjoIPope These three young woiifen renouncedfWe world and all of its promises tot Father Charles Nerlnskx who twos a native ol Belgium The order now has branches la all partsvof the United States and is one of the largest of its kind iffyY RECENT DEATHS The funeral ot jJrtss Elizabeth Grady took place from the residence of her aunt Mrs Mary HInes 924 Dumesnll street yesterday morning at 8 3r oclock and from the Cathe dral at 9 oclock the deceased being a lifelong and prominent parish worker of that church Miss Grady had been seriously ill for some time during whlch aheofe her suffering with patience fllgnatlon fort fied with the month filthy h chn S1as sughter of tb- es P a ll1 a I1t ahar Grifds and asisterot tiaGfady who r f ilb a1ii1t ago cemetery Following a long illness of kidney trouble John G Stoorr one of the most highly respected residents of the West End passed Into eternity oarly Monday morning at his home 3119 Portland avenue He was a member of the Catholic Knights of America and for many years was one of the Dun Mercantile Agency Managers Besides his widow Mrs Martina Stoerr he is survived by a brother H S Stoerr and two sisters Rose Stoerr and Mrs Sophia Gerhardt all of Louisville The funeral took place Wednesday morn Ing from the Church of Our Lady In Portland the Rev Father Conniff conducting the solemn obsequies Mrs Catherine Bosler aged seven tytwo years died Wednesday even ing at the residence of her daughter Mrs John C Reich 1507 West Jefferson street of a complication of diseases following an Illness of six weeks Mrs Bosler had been a res ident of Louisville nearly all her life and was held In high esteem by ill who knew her She is survived by four sons W William Edward and George Bosler and four daughters Mrs tH Po Speed Mrs Frank Bckert Mrs John Reich and Mrs Richard Schuhmann She also leaves twentythree nephews and one grandchild The funeral takes place this morning from St Marys church HOUSE WARNING The ladies of St Aloyslus parish at Pewee Valley have arranged for a housewarming on Wednesday May 8 The affair will take place In the new parish house which Is only a few minutes walk from the station at Pewee Valley There will be euchre and lotto games at 3 tclock in the afternoon supper from 5 to 8 oclock and then euchro and lotto games at which many handsome prizes will be awarded And for those who do not play there will be other attractions The pastor Rev Edward W floes is much pleased over the good work of the past year and ho hopes to see many of his friends and well wishers at the coming housewarming Father floes parish house will bo completed by May 1 and work on the foundation will be begun at once The in terurban cars leave tho station onI Jefferson street between Third and fourth every half hour MAOKIN COUNCIL Tho announcement that there would be a boxing exhibition at tracted a large gathering at the meeting of Mackln Council on Yon day night President Adams dispatched the business tho most important being the report by Chair man Raidy that Mackin s opera Terrace Tavern was now ready for production and will doubtless prove the beet of Maokina theatrical venture Those who came to wit noes a real live boxing contest were not disappointed as Thomas Yount and William Coakley fought four spirited sounds and gaye a good exhibition of the manly artiu This en rtalnment wai enjoyed by all pros eat and won praise for Chairman Caitiff and hitcommitteeoII r HOT ONE Kansas Governor Rebukes Dig ot Who Protested Against a Priest Exhibits True American Spirit in Making Appoint ments Also Pays High Tribute to Jew For Worth and Character MAN WHO HONORS HIS OffICE The Kansas bigots who protested against the appointment of Rev theTextthattiermantopeopleTheennors reply taken from the followsMrKan sasDear Sir I am in receipt ot your letter of recent date in which you express your opinion as a tax payer that no Catholic should be appointed to a public office in Kansas and also protesting against the appointment of Rev John Maher as- a member of the Text Book Commis sion Answering your letter permit me to say that I do not agree with your views in this matter and sin cerely trust that I shall never live to see the intolerable day in Kansas a State dedicated to human freedom when men shallon account of theli religious viewsbe denied the pledge and promise of our State saysNo property qualifications shall be required for any office of public trust If the above paragraph of the constitution of Kansas means any thing it means that a Governor who would refuse to appoint Catholics or members oLany other church to offices of public trust because of their religious opinions would vio constitutlonb holdb1 want rlo1letobe deceived rinI yrk ti 1 saytjoMtkiq adysbtherliib t tk n strictly upon the platform of Abra ham Lincoln when he said- I go for all sharing the privileges of the Government who assist in bearing its burdens Some time ago when I was look Ing about me for big men for the service of the State my attention was called to one of the greatest buclness men In Kansas A friend of mine asked him If he would accept an important public place to which hI replied Tell Gov Stubbs that I will willingly servo the State upon the express condition that there shall be no pay attached to the office he gives me I subsequently appointed this man to an office attached to which there was neither salary per diem fees mileage nor any other compensation whatever Almost Immediately a flood of protests came In to my office against his appointment on tl p sole ground that he was a Jew This man who preferred to serve the State as an obligation of civic duty rather than for pay was no less a person than Henry W Wallensteln of Wichita one of the greatest mer chants in the West a citizen of the llnpst public spirit and a man of generous charity of high culture and an admirable public and private character Not a single Catholic asked for the appointment of Rev John Maher but on the contrary every man who recommended his appointment was a Protestant of high standing in the religious business social and civic life of the State No Catholic or Jew Insofar as I recall has ever protested against the appointment of a Protestant on acs ant of religious faithThere are two qualifications re mlred for a man on the State Text Book Commlslon One is integrity and the other educational ability Rev John Maher possesses these qualifications in the highest degree le is a man ot fine scholarship ripe experience along educational lines high personal and civic Ideals great personal Integrity and a nobility of soul and character that has 1m Dressed Itself upon everybody who have had relations with him Out of tho nine memebrs of the Stato Text Book Commission eight are members In high standing of Protestant churches of various denominations and I will guarantee that after the work of this commission is finished everyone of them will have nothing but words of praise for the fidelity and ability of Rev John Maher FORTY nouns Tho Forty Hours adoration wlU nko place tomorrow at St James church beginning at the high mass and concluding on Tuesday Father Earle WHIott will conduct the beautiful services and will be assisted by a number of his brother priests HAPPY NUPTIALS The prettiest wedding of the year 4t 3t Mary church on Eighth street was solemnized Tuesday morning when OflM IBUaaheth Mld endort became the bride of Joseph A Rees of the Evening Post The marriage ceremony was followed br- A nuptial JUBjK nuUw with Rev Father Weeterwann M the celebrant the Rev Patrick Walsh pastor ot Sacred Heart church of which congregation the groom Is a member being deacon and the Rev John B Pelfer pastor of St Helens as sub deacon The bride who wore n traveling suit of midnight blue and carried white flowers entered with tho groom preceded by their two nephews Masters John F Rees and Edward Henry After the services it the church Mr and Mrs Rees left immediately for a short trIp On their return they will be with Mrs Mlddendorf the brides mother at Nineteenth and Chestnut streets antil tho completion of their neW home on the iBardstown road The best wishes of a legion of friends and admirers are extended the happy couple LAID TO REST Impressive Services Mark rather Sheridans Funeral Impressive services marked the funeral of Father John Sheridan nt Holy Cross church which was pre sided over by Bishop ODonaghue and attended by a large gathering of tho clergy and laity Vicar General Cronin was the celebrant of the high mass of requiem and Rev Patrick Walsh of Sacred Heart church preached a sermon that touched the heart of every one pres ent Father Sheridan was a man of strong character and as the poor were as dear to him as the Wealthy ho was Instrumental in drawing many souls to God The different societies organized by him at Holy Cross is sufficient testimony of the good he has done These are the St Aloysius and Sacred Heart Sodalities the St Vincent do Paul Society and the Debt Paying Association all of whom have adopted memorials on his death The St Aloyslus Sodality was Father Sheridans special pride and to him it was the greatest pleas ure to see the thirtyfive or forty young men and boys approach the sacrament regularly His great In terest In the school was also always manifest and by none will he be more missed than the good Sister and pupils GRAND Showing Made by Catholic Knights on Sunday Morning 2 asE j3undly was h hlttyttfh tty ofz f 11Ja of America I and at thehigh mtssatt St Johns church celebrated by the Rev Father Schuhmann the pastor the Uniform Rank and members of the various local branches ap4 proached the holy table Never had moro beautiful and impressive serv- Ices marked the observance of the anniversary of this order As tho military companies escorting their Supreme officers and the Knights entered the church they formed a long line on either side of the main aisle which had been reserved for them Ranged before tho altar the two companies presented swords at the elevation presenting an inspir ing scene and one that will long be remembered by the congregation present Rev Father Schuhmanf preached a forceful thought and unction addressed not only to the Knights but to the ipen and women not members The Cath olio Knights were welcome to St Johns ho said as they were en gaged in a noble work caring for the widow and orphan This was a great and commendable order but Its best feature was not the millions paid out or the big reserve fund but the many souls that had been saved to God through its agency Father Schuhmarins words were highly appreciated by all who heard him ORPHANS They Will Have Happy Day When They VIsItS- tPeters The orphans of St Josephs Asylum will have a happy day to morrow at St Peters church Seven teenth and Garland At 2 oclock these parentless children will be brought to St Marys church on Eighth street where they will be met by a band of music the Knights of St John under Col P J Breon Uniform Rank C K of Ar com nanded by Gen M Reichert and the officers and members of St Joseph s Orphan Society will form the escort and march to St Peters Here sol mn vespers will be sung bftho Roy Father Jerome who will be assisted by a number of clergy from other churches Following the religious services the orphans will he enter tamed at a bounteous dinner served by the ladles of the congregation This Is a day long looked for by the orphans and Is remembered by them through life For many yearn the- St Joseph Orphan Society has given this annual celebration for their charges which gives tho public a glimpse of the many little ones being cared for and the noble work this really great society Is carrying out CONSECRATED- Rev Austin Dowllng formerrec- tort of Sts Peter and Paul Cathedral- at Providence was consecrated Bishop of the recently created die ese of Des Moines on Thursday the tent of St Mark The consecration ceremonies took place in the Cattie 4ral of Providence with Bishop lfarkine officiating and Archbishop Keane preaching the consecration sermon U lit Iii 4 fe 2 HAT2UNI- ON MADE SEELBACH HOTEL BUILDING NATIONALISTS Accept Home Rule Measure and Unfurl the Green Flag Dublin Convention Expresses Sorrow For the Titanic Dlsdter Declared the Most Satisfactory Measure Ever Ottered to Ireland CONFIDENCE IN JOHN REDMOND In Dublin on Tuesday when the assembledunderRedmond its first act was to pass a thedisastertion was the largest and most har Nationalist county represented prInciple aforegonethedelegatesasChalrmanthethirdtoIrelandunder the bill Dublin Castle with all woulddIslnation of fools not to accept the bill which gave Ireland Immediate con servIces The finance provision of the bill he said was better than that of either of the two previous measures Mr Redmond concluded by moving a resolution accepting the bill which was seconded by the herd Mayor oJ Cork and carried amid a scene of wild enthusiasm and the unfurling of the green flag witnessedwhenproposed that the neessary amend ments tojtthe bill should be left In the hand of Mr Redlond The mo Lion was supported by the Protestant byclamttttonw 4 tu the onetime Premier addressed the convention and received a stirring welcomeA was read at the con rUnitedclaring that the message signed by fortysix IrishAmericans against home rule did not represent Irish American opinion and adding that this effort to stab Ireland In the back should be unlver coma demned John OCallaghan y the United Irish Lea ress an overflow meeting atT Wi ho declared the honest hand SWrlend ship held out by the home rUte bill should be grasped by the Irish In the United States The only opponents of the measure there were men who had been always opposed to any constitutional movement The unanimity of the people of Ireland In favor of the homo rule measure should convince the Government t that the opposition in the worth Is Inslgnlficent and it would bet the part of wisdom for the House of Lords to agree to its passage which will Inevitably come without further delay TERRACE TAVERN AU of the cooks waiters chefs ladles maids gardeners and principals connected with Mackln Coun = ell show Terrace Tavern will hold their final rehearsals four nights of next week so that every thing will be ready for the presenta Lion of this musical meal to the public on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday May 7 8 and 9 The company has boon drilling for the paste two months for this production and It has been promised by the author Mr Aulyn Kanston that it will eclipse any of his former productions The proceeds of the show will be divided between the St Lawrence Home for boys and the Cedar GroVe Academy This Is In accordance with a custom that has been established by Mackln Council In donating part of its rep elpts every year to some worthy charity The cast will bo strengthened a great deal this year by Mr Charles Parsons who Is well known In theatrical circleshero in town Boats will be on saln for this pro motion May 6 before the show stares and can be had at i the Masonic Theater box office PRAY FOIL TITANIC DEAD Last Sunday everywhere from Cathedral and church spire bolls tolled a requiem for the Tltanica dead Cardinals Gibbons Parley and OConnell requested masses for the victims and In this city besides the special services many pastors referred to the awful catastrophe Rev Father Walsh of the Sacred Heart and Rev Dr Sohuhmann of St Johns making it the subject ot their sermons at the high mass COVINGTOX Secretary ot State Crecllius loot Saturday approved articles of taco oration for the Si John Armory Company of Covlngton ecapltalI lIsi 4000 sad the incorporators art Henry Fjeger L Darpel Joe Thiel O A Hackman and Joseph Beck hamnr n r i i I1F KENTUOKY RXSH AMERIOAN KEHTUGKyI IRISH flMERIGflNfti- rekd te the Social and Moral UfiMMKaMt fti Irish American and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR 8INOLB COPY d tf Bnltrtd it till LtoliTllI PortoHic StcoadCltJJ flitter Udmiill CoamnalMtlon ttetbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greta St I UNION TRADES IA80 COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 27 1912 CONGRATULATIONS To the Sisters of Loretta every where we extend sincere congratula tions on their centennial anniversary May Gods choicest blessings be always theirs and their great order continue to grow and prosper t WILL NOT AVAIL The Herald sounds a note ot warning that Democrats tvoyld do well to heed Following the strife between Republican factions which so far an Louisville Is concerned was patched Into a truce the political leaders of that party will welcome the evidence that harmony Is not to reside within the ranks of the Demo crats Jf the iBeckham wing of the party can start a little real trouble In this city It will vastly better theI chances of the Republicans next year The Post and some othersI arc doing their utmost to this end They would luretbe Democratic party to destruction but fortunately their tactics are known and wit not ava JII WERE HUMORS ONLY During the absence of Major Butt who lost his life In the Titanic disaster many conjectures being made as to the purpose o his visit toI Rome rumors of all kinds were se afloat the most ridiculous being tha he had been sent on a special into alan to the Pope These have all been set at Test by the following taken from a letter written by C Dallies secretaryto President Taft The President feels Major ButtsI loss keenly and Is only consoled by the knowledge that he gave up hisI life as a soldier and a man There la absolutely mo truth in the report lhat Major Butt was on a mission to Rome The sole object of his trip was tho seneflt of the long sea voyage and lcjrprder to add to the Interest of bis trip the President gave him a number of formal notes of introduction to personages In Rome whom ho knew None of the letters contained moretharia formal Introduction HONESTY IN SERVICE The principles that should govern In public life were forcefully Bet forth by the Jesuit Father Gasson when be gave utterance to the fol lowing in a recent discourse at Fall Rlp3t and to serve our 1 wcoyaiVwhiMPa some service to ou city of PRO the church tells us tha for ovary dolar received we should giro 100 cents in return and forever hour sixty minutes of labor Just because a man Is employed by the Government does not Justify him from failure to his duty for It is Just as much a crlmo to rob the State as it is to rob the other phases of labor If we rob the Government we are bound by the church to make the proper restitution to the Government I We should serve our country to the best of our ability and when electing a man to office we should not look to see if he could hand us some fat office but elect a man that will stand up for the peoples rights a wan of true patriotism who will serve his country as he would his own personal interests He should servo his country faultlessly and ac cording to the highest principles of civic pride and Integrity Those who handle the powerful influence of the vote shouldelect to State or city r government men whom they know to be worthy of the position These are prInciples that we would commend to the Guardians of Lib erty and other like antliAmerlcaa organizations who would destroy all j righteous government to reach their selfish ends IRELAND A NATION Well may irishmen lift up their hearts in thanksgiving tc the God of i Freedom for the day of their count I trys deliverance is assuredly at hand Thus comments the Dundalkf Democrat on the Irish home rule bill of whichl Jt says The bl1lIIa really great meauret the expression of an honest resolve t r to make amends forepart wrong and to settle the Irish question on broad and ganeroui itaes listoh- ave control of her own affairs Including witH limitations her w- nflna1Mcrttn I controla are tptb exercised designed to furnieksaf f guard oct st f mud against poa Bible misuse of power as apinet theaa fears that a minority of IrtaiteawBii- hproftDtatzrtM of such xuleuM- Nattaaafagl WiIIS they aay fed- certain a E reeeMmaaI spkhuft the in 6c 1JatOuTf tfeo liigiM M sp x IJ n u pressiqri of distrust need have and vo think will have 110 objection to their being provided if by thi means the anxieties of a section of their fellowcountrymen may bq illayed Secure in their own self knowledge and In their innocence of those mean and sordid designs with which their adversaries profess to credit them they will gladly assent to and oven welcome any form o reassurance given to the minority In Ireland The futurethey aspire t- is o one In which Irishmen oall1 creeds and of every clan may bo given the opportunity of working together for the uplifting of Ireland Just as all sections of English men work for their own country and as Boer and Briton are workin today to establish a great nation tIn South Africa and as the many racesJ that live under the Stars and StripesJ combine to raise the glory and th status of their adopted country There will be no class ascendancy iint Ireland under home rule Irishmen1 of the patriot party have never ceased to strive tor the welding together of the North and South for the extinction of factions the ob literation of class hatreds and the creation of a bond of Irish nationalI brotherhood That feeling was stronger than it is today and If the b8t1I artificiat1 separates one half ol Ulster from Ireland a great purpose will be achieved With Taft and Roosevelt campaigning and the current running toward tho latter all eyes are now oh the Massachusetts primary whichI takes place Tuesday The New York Herald which has made n careful1I countrywide poll says that whilet there seems to be not the slightest doubt that President Taft will have a majority of the 1078 votes in the convention Roosevelt Is gradually creeping up on him and the Taf- managers make no secret of the fact that they are somewhat discon certed Upon the Democratic sideI the polfshdwB that Gov Wilsons I boom has reached its height whileI Speaker Clark now holds first plac and is gaining strength everywhere That the home rule bill will pas I the House of Commons Is admittedly certain That It will be accepted by the Lords Is quite within the bounds of possibility and thus will be verified the prediction of Mr Red mond that the triumph of home rule Is nearer than the most sanguine Lordts reject It nothing short of a political cataclysm can prevent its final passage into law for a Government t with a majority of 114 votes behind ttls not easily displaced The Indiana Catholic declares the Irish home rule bill a miserable makeshift measure and aspersesa John Redmond and the Nationalist party That was expected Ou Indianapolis contemporary though professing friendship for home rule and the Irish has consistently opposed the Nationalist party tha represents all Ireland and contended for the Impossible Thats the policy Irelands foes have pursued and has been the Orangemans best asset IrishAmericans will beat help Irelands cause by trusting John Redmond and the Nationalist party They are doing the fighting and de Thofactjons Ireland II serve support in are Impotent and therefore their conciliation wpulil hi ve little I effect upon the home rule legislation now pending Beckham and Haly caused the Democratic defeat four years ago Watch them closely lest they repeat SACRED HEART CnURCII Tomorrow wilt be a happy day for many parents and children of the Sacred Heart parish Since the first of the year the Rev Patrick Walsh largelolaI Med privilege of receiving their MeraImentwill receive holy communion from l the bands of Father Welsh and in the evening at 730 oclock Right Rev Bishop ODonghue will admin ister the sacrament of confirmation VINOBNTIANS The Knight ofCohnnhw Fourth street was thronged 111111II afternoon when the theJItI Mid the reporta aakowad that in all anf1weNI I u 40- j wo TV1 1 Mrs B S Mattingly has returned from a visit to Mrs Abell at Leb anon D F Murphy will return the first of next week from a business trip through Northern Texas Miss Lillian Kearns Fourth ave nue has been entertaining Miss Beatrice Rodman of Bardstown Mrs Lottie McCloy Frankfort avenue had as a weekend guest her sister Mrs Floyd Burns of Lexing ton Miss Katherine Glenn of Oak dale has gone to Bowling Green for MrssJohn Glenn Mrs Richard Bowie of Oakdale entertained Mrs William palton and Miss Callie Gibson of Nelson county last week Mrs Adele Cunnlff and John Cunniff left Monday evening for willfbe until the first of June Misses Margaret Sullivan Mary Sullivan Lillie Souther and Elizabeth Bickel of Preston la were visit ors at Newcastle this week Miss Madonna Hogan who wa the guest of Miss Katherine Malone at her home In the Highlands re 3tgLouis Mrs Miles Burns and son John Francis of South Louisville have relae lives at Elliston Cincinnati and Covington Miss Helen Scally who underwent successful operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital has been removed to her home where she is rapidly recovering Mrs B A Higgins entertained Wednesday afternon at her home at ClubrA pleasing feature was the paper on Henry VIII read by Mrs Graeme McGowan I IIrsI Catherine Kearns avenue announces the engagement of her attractive and popular daugh Miss Lillian Kearns to EdwardIItor Their marriage will bo rolemnlzed the latter part of July I IFrankI T Thieman of Chicago and Miss Mary Meyer a popular Non Albany girl residing at 502 Culbert son avenue were married Tuesday lornlng In St Marys church the Rev Father Selbertz performing the ceremony and celebrating the nuptial mass I IMiss Clara Dannenhold entertained her 600 club Friday evening at her prost Matilda Neumeyer Sallle Williams Abble Chester Madeline Meder Lillian Meder Desse Burns and Clara Dannenhold I IThe marriage of George Kraeszlg be solemnized at a nuptial mass at 9 oclock Tuesday morning at St beanevenst of much interest In German Catholic society circles The brideelect is the daughter of Mr and Mrs A J lLelsman I IAI pretty May wedding will taket place next Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity church New Albany when Edward P iHettlger of this city will lead to the altar Miss An netta M Bocard daughter of Mr and Mrs Wrank Bocard Both bride and groom are widely known and have a host of friends who will wish them a long and happy married life I MORNING WEDDING IMr and Mrs John G Hesslon have issued invitations to the mar tinge of their popular and accom plished daughter Miss Julia May McPhersonr a prominent young resident of Spring field The ceremony will take place Wednesday morning at 6 oclock and wlll be solemnized at a nuptial PtCronin V G as the officiating clergyman After the wedding breakfast at the home of the brides parents 1710 Baird street the happy couple will leave to spend their honeymoon In the East CAPTURED Ills AUDIENCE John J Flynn who has been prominent as an entertainer at many public entertainments in this city made a great hit before an audience that filled Music Hall in Cincinnati on Friday night of last week Mr Flynnl lent his talents and gave sev eral of his vocal selections and In imitable recitations for the benefit of the new chapel of the Good Shepherd Home at Carthage Here ceived unstinted applause and was repeatedly called before the curtain OWENSBORO ENGAGEMENT Society circles throughout the State received with Interest the announcement by Mrs Alice Brashear this weak of the engagement toINjlllamhe solemnized at Owensborq in the tall and will be the most brilliant witnessed there this year Miss Braiheaf IS8n attractive and popular society girl well known in Louisville Lexington and Branden burg The groom 1s one of Owens boros leading young men andlIs connected with the Davies County Dis tilling Company CATHOLIC CHILDRBNS PAPER IThe Catholic Church Extension Society pablrta an illustrated little paper every mouth called the Child Apostle It ii edited by one of tile priests of the society specially for little ones It Ii only twentyfive oel1tllorbtter still send twenty qve seats lautanuw for a years rabMrlptton for your boy or girl J Addbwfr the OfcUd Apostle HIS Me E Dormlflk bHlMtag OkleacV III II r The Last Dollar 1 That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started aIISAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOU twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR n must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the i dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming U I II IIKy Title and Trust Savings Co BankII Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m HOME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS CHAS DECKEL SON FURNITURErNr1 M NN STOVES RUGS MATTINGS ETCe 321 East Market St North Side Bet Preston and Floyd KNIUllTS OF UOLUftIBttS InterestsMembers Here and Else where Needham and Amherst Mass have Instituted councils Denver Council win admit ladlesI free to all its ball games The third was conferred on a class of 145 at the recent Troy Initiation Last Sunday at Gary Ind a class of shoat eighty received the three degrees Colorado Springs Knights have set machinery in motion for the big convention Indianapolis Knights have votedI to affiliate with the Marlon County Catholic Federation Elaborate preparations have bee made for the installation of a ne council tomorrow at North Vernon Indh Notre Dame and South Bend coun rile held a Joint initiation Sunday at South Bend Ninety candidates re ceived the degrees Fifty members received the major degree Sunday at Henderson Blue grass Council of Lexington exempli ned the first and second Over fifty candidates wereI Initiated at Henderson on Sunday A splendid banquet followed the cere monies There will be big doings in Ellza bethtown tomorrow when thirty eight candidates will b0 Initiated by State District Deputy Frank ODon nell of Maysvlllo and a team from Louisville The banquet will take place In the City Hall when Dr J W OConnor will act as toastmaster f 26OOs Hebrews Gift to Cardinal Gibbons For Catholic University Cardinal Gibbons who Is Chancel lor of the Catholic Univercity at Washington was the recipient on Friday of last week of a gift of 25000 for the university The donor is a wealthy Hebrew from the Middle West but his name is with held He said that he regarded the Catholic church as the great bul wark in the United States against bad features of Socialism and an archy and for the upholding of law and order Moved by these considerations he offered the sum named to be paid in five annual Install ments either to found a lectureship by means of which Socialism would be studied analyzed and attacked or five scholarships for students who would pursue special investigations along the same lines The Cardinal accepted the scholarship offer and expressed his gratitude i GROTTO OF LOURDES The solemn dedication of the Grotto of Lourdes recently com pleted on the grounds of St Anthonys Hospital will take place tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock The grotto is constructed of limestone Flowers and ferns are plant ed in the fissures of the stone and the whole Is embowered in shrub bery with fine artistic effect After the dedication benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will be given in the chapel SOCIAL SEASON CLOSES Mackin Council Social Club will conclude its most successful season next Thursday night with a farewell and shirt waist dance to which all mombers of the Y 311 and their friends are Invited This club has furnished the young people ot the city much entertainment during the winter and spring months and has earned for Itself an excellent reputation INVITE THEIR FRIENDS The Ladies Auxiliary A O H havo every arrangement made and many prizes for their euchre and lotto party Wednesday evening Falls City Hall They invite all atI friends to be with them and promise them a delightful time as there will be additional entertainment and a reception for the ionplayera BISHOP THIRTY YEARS Last Tuesday the Right Rev Nicholas Gallagher completed his thirty yenta as Bishop of dalveBtoa Tee When corwecrated he was the youngest Bishop in America BishopGallagherrilIeyOhIpfF bruEry19 1846 Three of his brother served In the Union army during the war between the States one of them being killed In Atlanta Thirty years a Texan pretatstaI U i5 ONTAINE FERR The Park Beautiful Opens Sund- ayMAY Yl 5 II MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS I HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND PictureswADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic LADIES HATS Bring your old Straw Hats to us and have them cleaned dyed and reshaped The only house in the city that carries a complete line ofI sample bats Twentyfive new shapes to select from Falls City Straw Works BANNISTER CO 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 6Has e fl Rogers e BOOKK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city leeks Magazines aatf Religious Articles Or near DZaORIPTIOIf 434 West Jefferson Street Rome Phone 5687 Cumb Mian 567 HENRY FUCHS j FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE j Greenhaises Charles and Texas Streets JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER+ mm + immm +t Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED Give your boys an education that win prepare thtrn for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway XotUiville Xy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Course Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Bqulpped Gymna slum Terssa M KertBro JasteDlr PROMISED BY NOVEMBER 1 I t Through telephone service between l New York and Loi Aag lM ie I promlwjd by 9 leva mberi Iti n o 4 it MAGK1N COUNCIL CHORAL GLOB PRESENTS iiTAVERNA MUSICAL MEAL IN TWO COURSES SHUBERT MASONIC THEATER Tuesday Wednesday Thursday May 7 8 and 9 Benefit St Lawrence Home and Cedar Grove Academy EMBROIDERIES EXTRAORDINARY For Communion and Confirmation Dresses An Immense Collection of Fine Embroideries That Are 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jet and pearleach rosary comes put up in a silk lined box and is guaran teed for 5 years Prayer Books for Confirmation i i Everybody says theres no place like Bacons for prayer books and we believe Itour sales prove it Commencing at 5c and going up by easy steps we will show you the finest prayer books for confir priceParticularlyto the elegant prayer books for boys and girls confirmation use that we are showing at thVhQn lowprice of J0l PEARL ROSARIES FOR CONFIRMATION The tat la LwtevBte at tin price we uk for them i 29c39c 50c 98c 125 175 250 and 300 t J2NINCORPORATED e 50N AWNINGS AND TENTS Best material and workmanship Our prices are right We can save you money LOUISVILLE TENT AND AWNING CO KMMNMM7IU 110 S THIRD ST CtHM2391 Y DR J TCHAWKVeterinary Infirmary and Hers Shoeing Forje SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL noRSE SHOEING fferusCalled leer cad Delivered jOHHCE AN I POM 7I371f SiYHNTII STIIP y o 5 Cy t I i S I ENTUOKY i 2 lflQRICAN r THE BIG STORE WONDERFUL VALUES IN MENS SUITS0 1200ION 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Canada and all are doing active work thirtyfive being adde at a recent initiation Division 2 meets Wednesda night the only one scheduled for the week This will afford opportunity to many for a pleasant visit At a recent initiation at Spring field Mass the degrees wore cote ferred on 225 members for Division 18 and fiftyfive for Division 16 Invitations have been extended the national officers to be in Plttsbur tomorrow to witness the initiation of a class of 700 into the Ladles AuxiliaryFollowing the initiation at Potts vllle Pa when 222 candidates received the degrees an appetlzln banquet was served to 2800 members of the order Scarcely a week passes In the Western cities without an entertain ment for members by either divisIon or auxiliary and thus interest In the order is kept on Increasing Instituted last December the auxiliary at Gloucester Mass has now over 300 memebrs Encouraged by this example a division is now form Ing with a membership of 200 t11 sightThe National Chaplain Right Rev John P Carroll Bishop of Helena Mont will preach the sermon at the high mass which Is to open the con rentton exercises at the Cathedra at ChicagoThe Auxiliary will have no meeting Wednesday night but Invite their friends and members of the order to the reception and euchre party to be held under their auspices on that evening at Falls City Hall Three entertainments were given by the Indianapolis auxiliaries last week Sunday evening they had l- I i musical and literary entertainment Monday a reception and card party and Wednesday a largely attendee receptionPresident M F Haley of Chat ham N Boo recently had the peculiar pleasure of celebrating the blrthda of his godfather Patrick Lloyd aged 105 by receiving him into his division This Is the oldest member ever received into the Ancient Order Preceding the last initiation heir1 by the division and auxUIaryta Bentori Wis both with thou cafid tiates twentyeight and twenty respectively marched to St IPatrlcki church where Father Bergen celebrated a high mass Then all marched to their hall for dinner and after the initiation a banquet was served In the Opera House OPENS OX SUNDAY The 1912 park season will be ushered in on Sunday May 5 when the gates of Fontaine Ferry are again thrown open to the public I madeIlongearned title The Park Beautiful Harry A Bilger under whose successful and popular management Fontaine Ferry recorded Its banner season In 1911 will again be In j charge this summer Manager Bil ger IB out ito eclipse all past records and to this end has booked an un usually strong line of attractions included among the latter Is the engagement I of Natlello and his concert band to furnish the music in the I dally free concerts of every after noon and evening with which vocal and Instrumental soloists will also be Introduced each week as extra free features The same high stand ard of entertainment will be main tained in the vaudeville theater andI ill the popular amusement devicesi have been retained AGED NUN DEAD The Sisters of Loretto mourn the leach of one of their oldest members Sister Appolonla which occurred April 19 at Cedar Grove Academy where she spent more than seventeen years Sister Appolonla who was atlas Wise was a native of lardln county Two years ago she elebrated her golden jubilee at Cedar Grove Academy She devoted ler life to the work of teaching and aught in many academies in dlf erent cities The dead nun is sur Ived by several distant relatives in fardin county Her body was sent to the Mother House of the Sisters of Loretto at Loretto for burial Imple funeral services wore held at Cedar Grove Academy before the ody was removed GOOD TIME FOR ALL I A good time and an excellent supper Is guaranteed all who attend the euchre and lotto party to be Irlvfn Monday afternoon and night for the benefit of St Augustines church of which the Rev Father Francis Felton is pastor The games wl11 be played in the new atugustlnea Hall Thirteenth and roadway where the upper will be served For two weeks the commit tee of the congregation have been eparing for this event which will iitclM any they have heretofore t idertaken As Father Fallen wU- ltOonlal flfpr an extended European triP many of jhla frIend will take- thll1 occasion to show their apprecla tlon of lUs work and bid him firet 11IIt j HURT BY PALL it I iMartla J I the Cuttom ftontsfelliatpSaturdayi from a ladder i ao0 f Y THE 2 FAVORITES t of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPYSPECIAL10c Cigar JLITTLESc Cigar I The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad i andthe bestmade for the money For I sale at all dispensers of smokes T W TARPY a CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKS MONUMENT Having purchased the entir stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices rive us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St Now Muldoon Monument C- osociiiYDIRECTORY I A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Firs1 and Third Tuesday President Martin J Cusick Vice PresidentCharles J Finns ganRecording Secretary Anthony J TompkIns i Financial SecretaryJoseph Far roll TFinancial Secretary Jos E Far roll 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott- DIVISION 2 fleets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sulliva- nTreasurerJames Welsh Recording SecretaryDaniel J CKeefeFinancial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 DumesnlL Sergeant at+ Arms iJ Charles ObstSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION I Meets First and Third Mondays llnet 5Jh aid Portland Bi1fen i1ic114HourlgaJ lVice President J M Maloney Recording Secretaryrhos Stet ensFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hessian 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry Financial Secretary Thomao J Langan 807 West Oak- TreasurerHarry J Brady SergeantutArms John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford PresidentJohn O Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Me Qrody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Qleason MarshalMichael Noon Y Ld X MAQKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club Hotise 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice PresidentWilliam dim Financial Secretary IWm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borne Corresponding Secretary George J LautzTreasurerRobert T Burke jMarBhal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelPeter Andriot Outside SentinelJoseph Higgins workIng on the stairway landing but fortunately escaped serious in- Jury He was attended by Dr Lewis lyans who found the muscles of he right arm strained and bruised but no bones were broken MOTION PICTURES I Looking over the bill of high class notion pictures which the Casino and Orpheum promise to present using the forthcoming week one rails to find even the slightest eug estion of mediocrity indeed lm- top to bottom they are of the highest allbre the very heat quality obtainable and flure to delight the atrons of these two houses now the moat popular In the city- HOPIINTHIATER r J A good show way be looked for at thei Hopkkm Theater next k11- t 1 saw Who will appear will present- lotII of new and uptodate vauae I ilte ideas Tha show will have l litanY taufhs and there will be a- rapid I uecwnon pf firm class turns I WhiCh i1sure to keep the audience litI a happy ntaod J I 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Evcnts Culled From Exchanges A branch of the Evicted Tenants Association has been formed lILt BallymahonThere I 3923 Irish speakers iIi County Leitrim that s 62 percent of the total population According to the last census Irish Is spoken by 1051 or 17 per cent of the population of County Wick low I According to the last census there are 36204 Irish speakers in County Clarethat is 347 per cent of the total population According to the last census there were 1024 Irish speakers in County Cavanthat is 11 per cent of the total population The body of Mrs Mary Boland o Mlltownmalbay who disappeared floatingInJudge iBrereton Barry was pre sented with white gloves at Wick low Quarter Sessions there being no crJmlnalbuslness There being n6 criminal case for hearing at the Trim Quarter Sessions Judge Curran was presented with a pair of white gloves The body of a farmer named Peter Murray belonging to Bally glass has been found In the River CountyRoscommon The work of erecting the bridge over the Shannon at Harley neat Carrick is proceeding apace and Is expected to be finished within a few months The body of Thomas Dufy a tailor of Newry was found in the Newry canal at Merchants Quay The deceased had been missing for four weeks- J Quinn has been elected to the vacancy on the Bungannon Urbar District Council caused by the dlS qualification for nonattendance of P StewartThe who was drowned In the Deel near Newcastle West has been Identified as Mrs Mary Ryan wife of a farmer residing at Kil meeily County iLlmerlck Rev J Wall of St Marys Clon mel has been promoted to the pas toral charge of the parish al Clonea In lplace of the late Very Rev Canon Paul Power The death occurred of Patrick Connellan at Mulllngar The de ceased who was a native of County Bllgo had been residing In iMullln gar for a number of years Great regret is felt throughout the diocese of Raphoe at the death of the Rev Hugh Devine who for many years was the devoted and cealous pastor of Dunfanaghy Judge Johnston at Monaghan Quarter Sessions said he was pre vented from receiving white gloves by one insignificant case a charge of alleged habitual drunkenness the first of its kind in that county Three men named John Cour fMoDonnoll andnanOjiEdwardt MlchaernMciDonneil his son were severely wounded by gunshot wounds Inflicted upon them when driving home from Castlemalne fair near Trulee No arrests have been made in connection with the outrageThe two men Michael Ready and Patrick Lydon charged with griev ously assaulting Messrs T J Town send and P Flaherty two excise officers at Knockadoe County Gal way were remanded at a special court In Galway Flaherty is In a- very weak state and Is not yet out of danger SERGEANT KITTY SCORES Trinity Y M I Musical Club scored a triumph this past week In Its production of the comic opera Sergeant Kitty at Shubert Masonic Theater large audiences be Jng present at every performance The members of the cast acquitted themselves very creditably especial mention being due Mrs Frances Schranz Schmitt Mss Ollle Frank Albert Herrmann John M Hen nessy and J C Wettle the latter handling himself like a professional and giving one of the best character Impersonations ever seen in a local amateur cast The officers of Mac kin Council and cast of their choral club occupied the boxes onOJesday evening and are loud in thelr praise of the dramatic efforts of the Trinity members ROBBERS IX RECTORY St Marys rectory in New Albany was burglarized Sunday night be ween midnight and morning between 5 and 6 being stolen from the safe In the office of the Rev Vllllam Selbertz the Tectorwl1o- had left the safe unlocked during the tight The thieves did not awaken any of the members of the house hoid and the burglary was not dls overed until Monday morning when the police were notified On making nn examination it was learned that the burglars effected an entrance by utting a shutter and prying open a window They went to the basement where they partook of a meal bat they spread for themselves on the table There is no clew to the lentlty of the thieves I RETURN FROM FUNERAL I Michael J Hogan telegraph oper ator for the CourierJournal was notified Saturday of the death of Mrs Jerry A 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to like him His fairness to all and his faithfulness to his friends were his chief characteristics and endeared him to everyone He was one of the pioneer members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In Louisville and had held different offices In ttrj orde all during his lifetime and at hIs death was Treasurer of Division 4 whose officers acted as his pallbearers at his funeral The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand t church Monday morning at 83oclock and the Interment was In St Louis cemetery He is survived by his widow and three sons Vllliarc Harry and Charles IRISH VOTES Indicate How Heavy Would Be the Home Rule Majority The Irishmen eligible for Parlia mentary voting if home rule comes in this year number 696405 The official lists are Just published and as the British registration is done in a very cumbersome way these lists will do duty till the end of 1913 How little Ireland Is increasing In population may be Judged from the fact that the regis ter Is Just thirty names higher that last year The best that can be salt of it Is that It shows the tide of emigration to have been stemmed to a great extent Anyway it is the first year any Increase has beer shown at all Once more it is Bel fast that leads the way in the In crease for the shipbuilding center has added 2698 to the list white Dublin has dropped by nearly as many and Cork by 12000 On the other hand there Is a decided back to the land movement for whereat the boroughs show a substantial fall the rural county electors have cor respondingly Increased since tenants have been able to buy their holdIngs prom the landlords Recent demonstrations In Dublin md Belfast Indicate how heavy would be the majority for home rule if the entire national vote were challenged on the question Sir Edward Larson and Bonar Law had an Im- posIng muster at Belfast but they were all Orange Ulstermen whereas he huge gathering addressed by john Redmond In Dublin drow contingents from all partsof the cou- ntrythe largest of all coming from fork and Belfast COLONELS ROAD TRIP Manager Jack Tighoa balltossing Aggregation will play again at St Paul today tomorrow and Monday And from there Journey to Minneapolis for a series of four games After which the team goes to Mil waukee Kansas City Indianapolis And Toledo then returning home to open up with Jimmy Burkes Hoosiers on Saturday May 18 This rip away from home iill expected to gIve Manager TIghe a final Insight nto the ability of his charges and heir showing on this trip will result In a lineup on which he expects to tand pat on all season and give him an opportunity to Instill team work And ginger In his final selections The team really deserved better uccess than they had at home as everal of the games were lost hrough bad breaks at critical stages of the game The breaks were always in favor of the visiting teams PATHER VAUGHAN BETTER Mrs Bellamy Storer of Cincln natrecelveda telegram Saturday tom Rev Bernard Vaughan S L nnbunclng his sudden Illness la jjetrolt where he was delivering an ddress Father Vaughan Was to have given a lecture Sunday night at Jmery Auditorium at Cincinnati for he benefit of the new Good- Samarlan Hospital and on Tuesdays ahd Wednesday Mrs Storer had arranged two lectures by the die Ingulshed prelate at the Orpheunt Theater one on Our Whence and Vfclther and the other on Faith and Reason Father Vaughan has Ince been reported as recovering nd it is expected be will be able toflll his Cincinnati engagements which were postponed to next week BUILDING PERMIT GRANTED Building Inspector Tllford ori Monday granted a permit for the roctlon of a botler house at St inthonys church Twentysecond nd Market streets at a cost of 12000 The building will be modern In every detail and will be of ufflclent capacity to supply the hurch school building and auditorium building adjoining J J laffney la named as architect SODALITY DRAMA The Young Mens Sodality of St Martins church will give an excellent dramatic performance on lunday May 5 and 12 when they w111 present The Seal of Confession a strong fiveact drama The east is made up of young people who have won high praise In their other productions and all indlca loni point to St Martins Hall beIng tiled each night TWELVE STORIES Within the next year the corner qC fourth s urge and Walnut strtylti be Improved by the eraetloa Vy JohnP Starks ofalIta141y twelve dory biilldlBK on the ette of tlieYold irit Christian oBuren AreJiltecU Ira now drwlrir the plans U GOLD PAMtt ti I PriaWtnt Jamei Ju UttJL r or t1 Boston club of the Ameedeaij tM lMll League luw prMtnUd Car tjj- e ji u LEVYS SPECIAL 15S- UITS I FOR MEN Purewool worsteds cheviots etc all the new colorings two piece suits with SILKLINEDCOATS LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET- The Bright Spot in Louisville PETER M r AND RIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJIJ POLSP U DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Aonarii WORK GUARANTEED PbomaOM 528 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seen Eyeet embroidered batiste Is among tile favorite summer ma terial t Small iowa of black Velvet are used to fatten flat colors of lace or battete Panniers are plentiful they undoubtedly betoken wider ekjrta tor the future The tailored straw hats are ac ceptable to those Women who prefer plain stylM The white shoe season seems opening carlitr than usual and undoubtedly will run strongly In the all spo lrtafttur emerald green aappklr blue golden brown and ebaageabto ef feet are dominant ootere For UbehlHUalld tot Harmonizing with aU colors the black and whitealllnce ta alMost lndispeoaabe 4- I Tba hat VitIW rido1oaao bowe4 it lOf 17 J oft which 970 Tfere cla 4 M MUTe IRISH POETSJ Pleasantly Discussed at Meeting of Literary Club I IThe works of the Irish poets wer entertainingly discussed iMonda night by Judge Matt ODohorty and others at the regular meeting of the Louisville Literary Club In tho aS- sembly room of the Loulsvillo Free Public Library Judgo OOohert quoted from a number of thes Celtic bards and gave Interestini bits of history and anecdotes boarinj on their lives He referred to Jame EdgarAllanpoems from Thomas Osborne Davis Miles OiRellly Dennis Florence Mc Carthy and concluded with a tribute to Moores Lalla Hookh He was followed by Madison Cawein the Louisville poet who gavo an appre elation of W B Yeats Francis Thompson Shane Leslie and Jame Stephens Judgo Charles B Seymour also made a brief talk on IrIsh poetry referring particularly to the prevalence of the trisyllabic foot and rhyme In Irish verse GALWAY Preparing Reception For Avlat VMartin It will not be the fault of tht ClUe of the Tribes as Galway fa known to history If James V Martin the Harvard University aviator does not find his name Inscribed among the great Immortals Ir anticipation of his aerial trip across the Atlantic the Galway tribes the Lynchs the iLallys the Burkes and the Blakesare uniting In a common body to give the Intrepid flyer the reception of his life should lie land anywhere In or near their ancient city The view taken by the members of the Reception Committee is that Martin will be enttlled to the highest dignity the people of Galway can confer upon him in ac knowledgement of the fact that his serial voyage will prove conclusively that Connemara is the nearest European point to the North American continent It would follow that 3alway Is a fit and proper place for he establishment of a great harbor to accommodate transatlantic liners Those who are backing the harbor scheme feel that the Harvard iviators enterprise means more to them than any amount of money spent on advertising or in otherwise tailing attention to the natural advantages of Galway as an Atlantic port So If ho reaches the tribal cIty he will certainly be made att freeman of It- DEEILY GRIEVED The impression made in Rome by he Titanic disaster was most profound One of the victims most re grotted is Major Butt whose Jovial right character made him many friends there Besides the auto raph letters from the Pope and lardlnall Merry del Val to President Taft Major Butt had wltn him a Igned photograph which the Pontiff tad given him personally Major Butt and Cardinal Merry del Val had evoral conversations liking each other Immensely IRISH EMIGRATION FALLS The emigration statistics of Ireland Just published show that the total number of emigrants during the last year were 31658 of whom 7635 were males and 14023 females showing a decrease of 1884 as compared with 1910 A table living the number of emigrants for he last sixty years shows that the largest number in any one year luring the period was 190322 in 1852 and the smallest was In 1908 13295 The aggregate for the perIod was 4267423 a total which almost equals the present population of Ireland Of last years em- Igrants 2016 went to Great Britain 12010 to the United States 5478 tQ Canada 113 to South Africa 765 to Australia and 166 to New Zealand PRIESTS ON BOARD Four priests have served on the Board of Visitors of 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