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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d SUITS 15 MADETO MEASURE SEELIALh HOTEL BWL01NO I VOLUME XXVIII NO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 4 1912 PRICE FIVE CENT FATAL PERIL nScores Archbishop the Proposed Reform Recall ing Judges Declares AH Men Are Equal i Birth But Not In Gifts Asserts That Tl eyo Are Blind Who See Not Dangers of Socialism HONOR TO AMERICAN PEOPL- Declaring his confidence In the permanency of American democracy and its certainty to overcome the perils which beset it Archbishop Ire land spoke Saturday at the Grant celebration nt Galena 111 denounc- Ing the recall of Judges and Judicial1 decisions and upholding a represent ative system of government The Archbishop spoke of various pro reforms of which he said the most fatal was tho recall especially the recall of the Judiciary He also condemned Socialism Tho Archbishop prefaced his treat ment of the problems which he classed as the economical peril and the political peril by declar ing In the permanency of American democracy I have steadiest faith because steadiest faith I have In the patriotism and the good sense of the people of America But confidence In the abiding ability of America- democracy to pass safely throug- every storm must not beguile us int somnolence and apathy while th storm circles above its brow and the peril digs pitfalls beneath Its feet Domocrapy Is on trial In America Our land today Is a spectacle to an nations the acclaim to America S universal America proves or disproves the beneficences the vitality of democracyTouching he as the economic peril Archbishop Ireland said in part The economic peril is well within our doors Care Is needed that It dose not penetrate further into the interior of the household Whatever leads to the disruption of the social organism i forbidden that also Is forbidde- which ruins private propertythe fpundatloa 11 a it- 1Feso n lal ilia 1i na e grandlzement whether In the IndU vjdual or in the collectivityEllmtnat- private property destroy or minimize unduly its rights make It In secure or profitlessyou have rule that labor Is not worth the fatigue that Indolence and Improvidence are privileges to be sought for you have driven back the human race to the chaos of barbarism and savagery All men are born equal Democrac- is the government of the people fo the people Therefore say some there should be equality of posses sion and the office of government 1 Is to lend Its authority to the enforce ment of this equality Fatal miscon ceptions of the meaning of the American Declaration of Independ ence of the meaning of American democracy All men are Indeed born equal equal in the meaning of the Declaration of Independenceequal so far as the laws of the land may reach equal in rights derived from government equal in such opportunities as government creates or Is enabled to create But all men are not equal in natures gifts physical or moral and equality of this kind no government can create no govern ment is allowed to presuppose To atempt the use of powers of x a Government be that Government the freest of democracies in order to make the world of men other than what nature has willed it is the most futile of tasks doomed by nature to failure sure if long pursued to destroy the Government Itself and the social organism in whose behalf It was instituted This may well be said to the honor of the people of AmericaIt is no wish of theirs that those who are the poorer shall be held to their poverty that honest toll shall be barred from sufficient and adequate remuneration None in America will resent efforts put forth In fair play toward the social better ment of any class in the population especially when that class are those upon whom weighs most heavily the burthen of human life and without whose earnest and willing concourse the talent of others is doomed to Idleness and Industry and enterprlsn put out of each If this were the meaning of that manysided and heterogenous combination of plan nings and activities calling Itself Socialism welcome It we should welcome it we would But what most usually are the theories and the methods of Socialism Here It is the absolute denial of the Tight to pri vate property property we are told is theft There It is such impedi ments to private property such con trol and limitationI that few or none will ton to acquire it few or none will be able to retain it Socialism unprincipled In theory wild and violent In method Is today the peril of lands whatsoever their form of government Socialism today Is the nerll of America They are blind who see not Its workings On the political problem the Arch hlslioD declared that the main ques ion was now ore the peoule to irnvern whether directly or through rMYrei entaUves acting under con MtiiUonal limitations He eketch rt ffi framlnc of the constitution I4nd wld In nartt Stability of ron tUu 118111 law it the vital condition n n u JIOIOOIl order of continuous ace- u C j rA i KE U IRSnr AMEAl nomic progress What becomes ot this stability when a small percentage of voters may at their caprice suspend decrees of Legislatures can alterations in existing laws propose as projects of law their wants and fancies It is the road to coda revolution Into it we may at any moment be cast by a small minority of the people often the precise minority which least deserves the protective hand of Government Of the recall he said Of all the proposed reforms the most fatal tt- n is tho recall especially the recall of the Judiciary No greater peril to the Institutions of democracy to the per manency of social order could wet be imagined than the legalizing of the recall of the Judiciary If ever expert knowledge and deep pro longed reflection were in requisition It surely lIs when the eternal princi ples of right and Justice as betwee- man and man between man or men and the social organism or the exact and precise meaning of constitutions and laws are under discussion Are oftenE ed- It BO the bar of a mere popular major- Ity so mail of whom have never given to them slightest study or ar avowedly Incapable of grasping thoup deen and intricate Intent so of whom will be ready to put In first place their personal interest and caprice so many of whom very likely have their own rood reasons to dread Justice and law PSR Reverand Father Box Goes to His Hervenly Reward Father Bax Is dead These four words were heard everywhere throughout Louisville last Saturday with expressions of deepest pownt ahan early by DymphnaeFather Bax who was her uncle four years ago and who has been his housekeeper and constant attendant The Rev Lawrence Bax was in hiss eightyfifth year and was the oldest and perhaps Jest known priest in the Louisville diocese For fiftythree Johnsdchurch at Clay and and there was celebrated his golden jubilee one of the most memorable religious observances In the history of the city Father Bax was a zeal oils priest and tireless worker until his retirement when he returned toI Hollandnaccompanied by toeneman and there he since lived h his nephew ReVjP eter N Uel1I1 t Jlev Peter Yroonana a grand ephihadcafniiJto1IJbIttfiU1eH01ii their venerable uncles celebration and are remembered by many of our Mtlzens The story of Father Baxs welldknown to need repetition Father 3chuhmann and nearly all the clergy illudetl to his death last Sunday and at St Johns on Thursday there wasIa solemn mass of requiem for the recc suryrer siding in this country LawrenceTI Veeneman Secretary of the Ken tucky Vitrified Brick Company andII Lawrence flax nephews Mrs Elijahtt J Mann wife of the Secretary of tbeII Dougherty Lanning Coal Comcparry and Mrs Ben H Hund niecesII Mrs Eliza Bax a sisterinlaw andII widow of William Bax and her twocc Children William and Miss Mary I flax For this good old priest all wmtt pray Eternal rest grant to him 0II Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him t TRINITY COUNCIL t I Initiation Reception and Feasting Marked This I Week t After having an elaborate initia tion Sunday afternoon when thirty two new members were added the meeting of Trinity Council on Monday l night was full of interest With no meeting on the preceding Monday there was lots of business which President Hennessy disposed of rap Idly The Membership Committee which was responsible for the ex cellent class initiated was con gratulated on the showing made for only two months work The Opera Committee reported the opera a gratifying success from a financial standpoint and every one knows it was an artistic success A final re port will be made as soon as the re turns are in which the committee I hopes will not be long delayed The boys and girls of the opera company were entertained in the unper hall of the club house with a dance and light refreshments and are to be tendered a banquet and dance Ib the near future I The gasthmal given Thursday I night In conjunction with the initia tlon of Sunday was a decided success and much enjoyed by all present The clergy and State degree team were guests of honor and several short speeches by them and mem ers of Trinity were very highly ap I predated There is more life I1m Jrlnlty now than for many years past FEDERATIONI The regular semimonthly meeting of the Jefferson County Catholic Federation at the Catholic Womans Club next Thursday night will eofmore than ordinary Interest Some Important reports are expected andI a number of Committees will give in detail the work they have done Plans that have been formulated for the parade and other features 1111I also be made known U i MAY f Dl nth pt Special Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary Reasons Why the Catholics Should Honor the Holy Mother Solemn Observance at St Lout Bertraiids and Other t4Churches HER MANY WONDERFUL GIFTS devotlopCatholics the world over The saints in speaking of devotion to the Blessed Ulrgln say that he Is ve reckless regarding his salvation omits to invoke her St Alphonsus declares it to be his belief that hell can not boast of containing one single soul who ever had a true and heartfelt devotion to Mary St Bernard asserts that those who honor her dally will assuredly be saved Catholics honor her by wearing her scapulars by carrying her medals by venerating not adoring her statues and pictures by saying the Angeusby reciting threo Hall Marys dally In honor of her Immac ulate conception by reciting her litany or by saying her rosary The following are a few of the reasons ghoultd First Because they must follow the example set them by our Divine LordSecondBecause of his attitude toward her- ThirdBecause of the relation ship she bears to Almighty God Fourth Because they believe Catholics should be Instrumental 1 in fulfilling the prophecy uttered by those virginal lips In an ecstacy ot love Behold from henceforth all1 generations shall call me blessed SixthBecause of her own exalted dignity and prlvllegeshe was chose by God from among the daughters of Eve asa fit tabernacle of the Hold Ghost Our tainted natures solitary boast as the Protestant Words worth sings- Tomorrow the May devotions will be Inaugurated here in all the churchess filth btlllJari bptr sOJemh-l fiosecw les6etmostmWw nJt Louis Bertrands church There ther Dominican fathers will have their annual rosary procession in wlloh all the church societies will par tie pate presenting a sight that will last through life During the week there will be May devotions In eacn church when the rosary will be recited followed by benediction Marys month Is here again says Extension with it all the beauty o the springtime The church has as signed May beautiful Slay the first of the glorious months of the year to Mary the most perfect the great est the most glorious of all Gola creatures And as God has given her so many gifts the wonderful sift for Instance of her Immaculate conception and the wonderful gift of being the Mother of God surely those who give her special honor wll merit his special love And If the feasts of iMary like the feast of her Immaculate conception which Is December 8 or the feast of her glorious assumption Into heaven which Is August 15 or the feast ot tho Holy Rosary which is the first Sunday In October are times when Mary grants special favors to her children because they are times of special grace how much will she not do In her own month of May to those clients who honor her The greatest thing In the life of the Cure of Ars was his sanctity for the little Cure was a saint And he Is now beatified by the church Needless to say this priestsaint had a great love for the Blessed Mother of God If he had not surely he could not have been a saint nor even a good Christian And especially did be love the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the devotion of her Holy Rosary He would say the rosary of Mary on his way to a sick call that the patient might not die before be reached the bedside He had a won derful power with God and If he a great saint although indeed he con sidered himself the vilest kind of a sinner felt that he must say the ros ary how much more ought we not to love It and realize that we need It I EXPRESS THEIR SORROW I At the regular meeting of St Johns Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society held Sunday morn Ing the members present expressed the most profound sorrow upon the demise of their late pastor emeritus the Rev Lawrence Bar and the fol lowing resolutions were unanimously adoptedWhereas The members of St Vin cent de Paul Society bow their heads In submission to the holy will of God who 4n his allwise providence does all things for the best and Whereas He hAs called unto Him self for his just reward our reverend and venerable pastor Father Law rence flax who for more than fifty years was Its Spiritual Director and who at all times showed his love for the society and by his presence at- aU Its meetings Infused the spirit of the true Vlncehtlan into the hearts of its members isle manner of In struction and fatherly advice encouraged those to whom he spoke togo out and help the poor In need of an iietancI with both temporal afed pir u f1 Itual aid and also always to abide by the rules of theJBclety that by doing so they woultl cArry out the work of the true Vla entlan and Whereas A greatysiany of its present members have Deceived from the hands of this venerable priest of God many of the sacraments therefore belt r Resolved That we extend to his relatives our sincere condolence and feeing assured thatshls SOul is 1 in heaven we hope he Will await us allI1 In the never endfng happiness and be it further Resolved That resolutionsminutesbe entered on our as a token of our love and esteem for him and a copy be sent to the Kentucky Irish American and Record for publica tion f DELEGATES t1 jemJUc T6 the State Convention Will Be Selected On May 28 P 11 Democrats Hero Have No Warm rySpot0- Beckhaht for IInIy fR and A How the Executive oiniltcdst Un fair Ruling AYxjrks Out in State I POST AND SUFFRiQETTE CHOICESI In accordance wltjj the unfair ru- Ing of the State Democratic Execu flue Committee this Democrats o Jefferson county withhold their pre I delegatestoSaturdayMaythe following 29 The selection willwedlSdaYiMayresult In the in structed for the Presidency and wilfralso show thet glaring weakness ftftho HalyBeck ham combination l I this county a the same time knocngvPercy Halys rolittcanntn a cocked hat his lIi le bunch of die grunUed otitCCs re rpOt being able to even cause riplilo In precinct convehUoi because i there are two meg tate politicss ettDemocracInIs Perby and Qripf tar vliFii iheycan not ttwW 5 tltcie- portunl r f y turned the city over o Republicans and Republican sympa thizers The only puzzling feature to the Democrats here Is that dove McCreary allows himself to be used bv these two political plotters when the veriest novice in politics can see that they will throw him overboard when he has outlived his usefulness to them In fact Percy Halys soIcalled political astuteness Is built on the political pie promises he makes for Gov McCrearys administration The New Haven Echo cites one of the worst features of the ruling of the Executive Committee when ItIcompels cities of the first and second class to hold precinct conventions and all others county conventions which when applied to New Haven I compels residents of that town to I go fifteen miles to the county seatII to register their sentiments at a con ventlon and the Democrats of How ardstown have to go twentyfive i milesThe I Evening Post is worrying over i the fact that other people may have choices in voting for the members of the Board of Education at the com J ing election besides their special pets and the favorites of a few suffragette I clubs some of whom spentII a great dell of their time in the 1910 election warning voters not to vote for one of the men selected by t the Commercial Club because of his I religion Now the Post editor Is afraid that some of the voters rebel I at being dictated to by this class of women and Is expected to be indignant if some of the women who I usually stay at home and attend to their own affairs should come out and vote against the choices of the suffragettes By the way the editor of the WllsonRooseveltBeckham organ during the last fow days has Ii been harping on the demoralization t of the police force and cries for its i reorganization forgetting entirely his published statements of April 4Iwhen he stated that the best man l aged feature of Roosevelts visit was the fine work of the police department I and how Teddy complimented Chief Llndsoy on their conduct andIappearance and said I certainly do take an Interest In a good police dot partmentCONDITION IMPROVED t Harry R Swann Jr who has been seriously ill at St Josephs Infirm ary is reported greatly improved which will be welcome news to his many friends Last week his condi i Lion was ouch that the attending phy sician had him removed to the in firmary from his home at Pewee Valley NARROW ESCAPED William H Sweeney the well known attorney lead a narrow escape lat Saturday morning whet an east bound Jefferion street car truckI him at Center and Jefferson dragging him wine little distance Friends carried him into Bakda drug tTaJd a physician was sum mooed to attend him Mr Sweeney was painfully bruited about the injurieswereJ 0NQ GROWING Interest in the Catholic Fedora tlon Convention to Be Held Here All ot the Parishes and Socie ties Now Taking Active Part Floats May Be An Interesting1 Feature ot the Big Parade COMMITTEES HARD AT WORK With more than forty parishes In Louisville and Jefferson county committeehavingsI for the meeting of the American Societiewhich st 1821 feel that they ought to bei able to make the convention a mem orable one In the history of Cath olicity In Louisville and the South Since the various parishes have be gun to take an interest In the work the Executive Committee feels doubly assured that their promises given at Columbus at the last meet Ing of the national body will be fully realizedand that promise was that delegates and visitors would never regret having named Louisville asI the convention city for the eleventh annual meeting That the Interest heretofore hasI not been greater was due solely to inf many no t know what a big organization the American Federation of Catholic So cieties Is It not only represents over 3500000 people belonging to the various Catholic organizations but It has a purpose in view That pur pose is to bring about unity among the Catholic organizations In other words they want to adopt the motto KentuckytNFall Now that both pastors and people with the approbation of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue and his Vicar General Very Rev James theirfseem ready to help The official sanction agto i butJthe format notice was delayed on a auntie V Js i which the corn j uria1 toverCG for lriieJJ Any one attending the last meet ing of the general Committee of Ar rangements held in the assembly room of the Womans Club on Wal nut street near Sixth could not fall to be impressed with the earnestness of the committee both ladies sad gentlemen Dr Peter S Ganz presided and James Po Kelly acted as secretary Reports were caled for t from all of the organizations and from several of the congregations I These reports were frank free and full and altogether satisfactory but some more cheering and enthusiastic than others which is to be taken as a matter of course as men and women differ in their methods of showing their appreciation of work of this kind Among those who spoke were Col Michael Reichert Vincent Smith Magistrate Sullivan Thomas Keenan Dr iGanz Miss Sadie C Doyle and others beside the heads of committees whose duty It was to make reports of the prog ress of the work assigned to them mss Doyle outlined a tentative plan for some of the floats embodying what she believed would best repreIsent Catholic progress during theII centuries She was given a rising vote of thanks for her suggestions I which are free to be used if any soII clety or congregation wishes to takeII the matter up Col Whallen as usual made a glowing report fromII his congregation It being to the effect I that they were ready to proceed with the procession iColl Whallen I Is at the head of the Parade Com mittee Dr Ganz stated that Ed Fitzpatrick I had completed about 100 oages of typewritten matter for thett ouvenlr hook which is soon to becc Issued and Frank N Adams reported progress with his work of secur ing advertlsng matter for the book John P Cassllly was appointed head j of a committee to look over the literary part of the work The Committee on Transportation of which Mr Thomas Keenan Is at J the head submitted letters showing correspondence with traffic committees I on this subject and it Is likely low rates will be secured whiCh will j assure the attendance of over 50000 I visitors as well as the 600 or delegatesIt moreIII announced that the business t meetings would be held at the roof I garden pf the Seelbach and the public I meetings to which the generalI pupllc will be invited are to be held I In the Armory both of which handsomely General Chairman decorated E J wmbeII the Executive Committee and every committee connected with the i arrangements Inal Of their details are showing an appreciation of their work and it isi a stupendous taskItI t which indicates already complete I success in every matter connected I 1 with the arrangements for the elev I enth annual meeting of the Amen t1i Federation of Catholic Societies tI t ORPHANS MADE HAPPY 1 Last Sunday the many little ones cared for atSt Josephs Orphan Asylum were indeed jaade happy 1 They first celebrated the patrdrial 0- J c i r j iJ ll ti Iii feast of St Joseph by attending a solemn high mass in the orphans chapel and soon thereafter prepared for their annual pilgrimage tc the city Escorted by the officers of St Josephs Orphan Society thi orphans were met at St Marys church by the Knights of St John Uniform Rank C K of A and thei various branches of the orphan a ciety from where the entire bod marched to St Peters church Here ReFatherof P the congregation Following the thchildren dinner riving home before the rain began falling TERRACE TAVERN Mackin Choral Club Ready For Its Operatic Treat I Mackin Council Choral Club iis fully prepared and ready for Itt latest and best operatic productions Terrace Tavern designated a musical meal In two courses It will be seen at the Masonic on Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs day nights of next week and the splendidest Mackin has ever gotten together and Includes Miss Louise Michot whose graceful and artistic dancing last year won for her fame and glory Miss Bertha Cohn who won many laurels when she first appeared with the choral club will this year play the dual role of lrsTacque the newlywed and Jane the maid serv ant Thomas D Clines has the role of Fox the butler and is expected to score his usual big hit whilet George Cuscaden will appear In a big specialty act Following is the cast and chorus Fox the butler Mr Thomas D Clines Kartoffel the cook Mr Charles Parsons Mr Jacque the newlywed and Srilgglefrltz the man servant Mr Aulyn E Kanston Mrs Jasquek the newlywed and Jane the maid servant Miss Berth- Cohn Phyllis the garden girl MissI Marie Louise Michot Ophelia the scullery maid Miss Abble Cheste- rDutJersJohn Crassest Edward Gruesser Bernard Henley W A Schnell J J Drown Jr and Ed Gratzer Gardlners J Earl Rellly John Morlarity J Arthur Cusick Matt Hesslon Edward Neagle and Williaml CoaKley ChefflrHLouls Kress Bernardl iSchleman GjJ Hubsch Charles M JIrttira hitm T Icliel ani Will Ladles Malds nises reda Doerr Estelle Glenn Kettle C Mills Bertha Miller Anna M Schwelnhart Esther Doerr Rose Felhoelter tiaM Shelley Katherine G Clair Mat tie E Mills Irene Hesslon Gene vieve Feely Johanna Kraft Kath erine Gratzer Pauline F Schoch Rose Hommel Lorlne Hughes Ger trude Duffy Seats are now on sale at the the ater box officeUNMASKED Gen Nelson A Miles Los ing Respect of People When it was announced that Gen Nelson A Mlles had become one of the officers of the Guardians of Liberty a feeble imitation of the A P A of old a storm of Indignation arose throughout the country Unable to withstand the assaults made upon him by his friends everywhere Gen titles declared that he had become a member of the new bigoted society because he behaved It to be a patriotic organization and nothing else Since then Gen Miles presided over a meeting of the anti Catholic society in Boston when the mask was torn from his evasion and weak excuses His action lias called forth many letters bristling with In dignation among them one from Ed ward J Cooney President of the Catholic Press Association whfc luto concludes as follows- It is of no consequence whatever one way or the other to the Catholic citizens of this glorious republic that you sir or any other individual or body of individuals would bar them from public office They know that the day has gone by when bigotrys snakeJlke hiss could put their tel lowcitizens in a panic of distrust and hate But they deem it a grea pity that a soldier who can not be unaware of the patriotism of Catholics partIthey Union And who ought to realize their great contribution to American oldIage Join not fight fair You sir fought once In the open HAPPILY OBSERVED One of the most becoming celebrations of the centenaryof the Sisters lot Loretto was that at St Benedicts Academy Beginning with thc thanksgiving mass in the morning timeIreceived sacrament portals of Cedar Grove were opened its the afternoon when many availed themselves of the opportunity of again visiting their schoolgirl home and the scenes of childhood days The programme for the Jubilee en tertainment was of a very high or der and each number was excellently rendered evincing the careful train- Ing of the pup lia at Cedar Grove o i ia tf t 1 rawJ7 2 HAT 2UNION MADE SEELBACH HOTEL BUIL01 T BLASTED Tories Without Hope Speech less With Amazement and 0Despair Dublin Convention Slows That Factions Have Boon Detested 4 Homo Rule Bills Second Read iug and Closing StageEE Next IRELAND UNIT ON ASQUITH BILL theHonpartystrife llodoninterestIs intenserThe Tortes repetitionas at theIrish councils on the hill and filledtheir wllhconfidentbreakingaayfromJohnof Preniter Asqulths homo rule bill All these hopes were absolutely falseand raisetheconventionwasaUowanymatter conventionwasmachiningby anybody and evencontemplated Usabsoluteorganizersofthecrowds asto a findIngtherewas + rushandThese holdingofDlxUslyoneaopen 111ternatelyby DevUnThe enormousImpression Nothing eloquentlyboltstic of Irish conditions through and other reforms won by the rtertury z dressed self restrained and thong t JogJrr dotailsrl tpieidkA 1t vMcatutee- and InI SWif tfu f etr dItbrteven every cabin and every roadside In Ireland and had come with mind made un and a firm determin ation not to allow setter or folly to Interfere with Irelands chance of setting all the essentials of freedom which the bill offers Thus after iRedmonds speech explaining the bill no further debate was desired and the only reason why tho next speaker seconding iRed monds acceptance of the bill was heard was that he was the Lord Mayor of Cork who had Just been elected unanimously and who has been a supporter of the Irish party and an opponent of William OBrien When the acceptance of the bill was put to the convention in a scene of Immense enthusiasm the absence of one voice of discord gave as remark able an expression of unity as the nations of the world ever saw Three things stand out In relief from the proceedings of the conven tion The first is that there is a greater unity in Ireland than ever in Its history not excepting the palm iest days of Parnells leadership and r+ that there is an absolute Intrusting of Irish destinies today to Redmond and the Irish party by the whole Irish people The second was the unbounded enthusiasm In the recep tion of Gladstones grandson and tho third was the generous acceptance by Ireland of Englands proffer of a firm friendship on the basis of equality and justice as embodied iu Asqulths bill The high hopes of the home rulers are made higher by the announcement of the determina r lion of the Government to press on the further stages of the home rule bill without delay The Tories S were almost speechless with amaze ment and despair when Chancellor LloydGeorge announced the second reading of the bill for next week and the closing stage In the week after Signs are multiplying that home a rule which formerly djvlded Is now the strongest bond of union between all the British Liberals and affords a battle cry for rallying and encour aging the popular forces better than any other question in the present day of English politics At Jast the Eng llsh Tories are beginning to recognize in this thick and thin alliance of the English and Irish Democratic forces that a refusal of home rule brings Inconveniences to the iEngfsh men as wet as the Irishmen and the Tory journals are full of loud complaints that the English meas ures are thus at the mercy of this coalition of the Democratic forces In the midst of this brilliant mp meat of triumph for thetr cause the Irishmen are saddened toy the1 nouncement of the death of Justin McCarthy one of the noblest most unselfish and bravest figures In the whole movement The English Journals recognize his literary great ness and lofty character and publish Columns of eulogy UNCLE SAM FIRST The newest two American battleships will be the first in the worl fourleilll1JtchJuInlnge J p a 1 I I J I I- KENXUOKY x3 AlWERIOANS l I f TUr44td to the Social and M oral Aitvancesement at Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens K Institute and CatboHc Knights of America TUCKY PublisherRIBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bnlr d it tb UuliYlllrPoitoHlee 11 SeeaddCI flatter tUrcis all CoMBuilcatleat to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St TRADES COUNCIL i LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 4 1912 CANT BE DONE The Evening Post Is again at fold Its tricks In trying to bamboozle the voters In their choice of members of the Board of Education two of ti whom are to be elected In November Vand hypocritically cries keep the sthools out of politics but neglects to state how the Post and some of Its women allies knifed one of the Commercial Club choices in 1910 on account of his religion As Abraham Lincoln said You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time but you cant fool all the people all of the timel t COMMEND SEMINARY The Most Reverend Archbishops at their recent meeting In Washington emphasized their desire to establish speedily and strongly the newly projected Foreign Missionary Seminary at Hawthorne N Y A letter presented by Cardinal Gibbons and passed unanimously commends 1to- the special patronage of Catholics this seminary and Fathers James A Walsh and Thomas F Price Its reverend directors who are Preparing to receive their first students the coming fall This seminary which Trill he known as the Catholic Foreign Mission Seminary of America Is designed to meet a need of the church universalthe preparation of Catholic American priests to labor p among the heathen who It Is well to recall number yet more than two thirds of the human race HITS HARD The New York Times a stalwart of the stalwart Republican papers has evidently become disgusted with the Taft and Roosevelt campaign cgj ectacle It says Presented by 19 fight for the nomination iIs mhBt be amazing to foreign Is one that should bring a of shame to the cheek of every erican having any pride or pa lotlsm or any common sense Here are tho aspirants for the Presidential nominations madly racingr over tho country haranguing their fellow citizens night and day abusing each other or Intriguing against each other and appealing for votes to all intents and purposes begging for c votes in favor of delegates who wilt i In turn vote for them In the na tional convention There has been nothing like It hitherto The support of district and State delegates has been sought but by no such methods as this Aspirants to the Presidential office have been content to await the action of the convention Then h c the candidate in a letter of accept ance and In a public address or two appealed to the electorate for Its confidence and its support That was seemly procedure Thea rational a people acted with allsufficient di rectness and they acted well and Wisely The present goingson must give foreign observers the Impression that We are no flonger a people but a mob With mobs of course the demagogue has tho best chance This refers to the Republicans only With Champ Clark as their candidates the Democrats are sure of victory I Regularly during the past month the secular papers have been holding Papal consistories when the Holy Father would name two or more Cardinals They even went so far as to name those who were to receive the red hat The reliability of those papers can best be judged from the fact that there has been no con- sistorY no new Cardinals created and no ground for the dispatches they have been printing They care little for truth and therefore may- a be expected to repeat their stories In May and June even until the church authorities do hold a consistory J3eckham warns the people of Louisville against the Democratic a party and tie people of Louisville warn the Democratic party of Ken e ttacky against Beckham The people t being the wiser for us first last and all the time- Congressman o Sherley has again declared for woman suffrage G Through his efforts the lower house pi Congress voted to give Washington iromwi tie right to vote but it is thought the Senate will reject the tI mei14ment+ QThe thmtened railroad strike less Men averted both sides agreeing to arbitration v FOTOfDER nnvLADm o mouncemehl has coin from Dame Id that Max Pam the W New York Jpwiih UrwV o rer will soon found a school of Journalism at Notre Dame University 1 The extent of the endow ment has not yet been stated It Is understood that the course will pro vide for practical experience on the university publications CATHOLIC LEAGUE Makes Good Start In Its Sunday Base Ball Schedule The opening of the Catholic Church Baseball League last Sunday morning was an auspicious one large crowds attending all of the games At Shawnee Park St Charles de feated Holy Cross by a score of 9 MISS BERTHA jr in Mackln Councils Terrace Tavern at Masonic Theater z to 6 St Brlgld defeated St Martln S to 3 at Spring Bank Park St Will- Iam defeated St Anthony 15 to ta Fairmont Park and at New Albany St Louis Bertrand won over Holy Trinity 10 to 8 The organization jnnimeni stone to a permanent Catholic ath letic club on the order of the Y M C A which discriminates against Catholics by not allowing them to hold office or have any voice heofreal hard work of such a movement by acquiring a permanent organization and If favorable results are ob tamed ifrom the baseball league they go farther and attempt to raise funds for a Catholic athletic club There have been doubts In the minds of some that the boys not mass on Sunday morning but these doubts are set at rest by the different club managers who state that It Is one of the com pulsory rules of the league that a must attend mass every Sun day The schedule tomorrow Is as follows pSt Louts Bertrand vs St Charley at Shawnee Park Holy Cross vs Holy Trinity at Shawnee Park St Brlpld vs St William at Shawnee Park St Anthony vs St Martin at Spring Bank Park GREET THEm BISHOP Right iRev Austin Dowling first Bishop of Des Molnes Iowa was greeted with a great public demon stration upon his arrival there Wednesday evening The cAndent Order of Hibernians Knights of Columbus the Catholic Mutual Pro tective Society and Catholic of Foresters headed by band escorted Bishop Dowling from the train to St Ambrose Cathedral where the ceremonies of the Installation took place Several Bishops and all of the priests of tho Des Moines diocese with many others throughout the State were present for the installa tion ceremonies The civic reception for the new Bishop was held on Thursday evening In the Berchel Theater Gov iB P Carroll deliv ered the address of welcome in be half of the State Mayor R In behalf of the city and Jerry iB Sullivan in of the citizens of Des Moines Bishop Dowling and Right Rev Mgr Flavin responded to the addresses ENJOYED SdCTAIi SESSION Mackin club house was filled with young men Monday night who enjoyed to the fullest the social ses sion aranged by the Entertainment 7ommlttesPresident Adams occu pled the chair and tu hedthe busi ness which related principally to next weeks opera Terrace Tavern of which glowing reports were received There was an abundance of light refreshments and the short pesebes took well with the audienee For next Monday night there irttl he i leatttr that Jt will repay all to ear 1- 1ni 0 1 SOCIETYi 1 fHJ D Brannan was a Louisville vis itor spending last week in Now York City Miss iBettie McKenna of Fairfield spent the weekend with friends In this city Miss Margaret McGulre has re turned from a ten days visit to iNew York City Miss Marie Maloney has been vis- Iting at Springfield the guest of friends there Mr and Mrs F J Hanlon of Covlngton were Sunday guests at the Seelbach Hotel Miss Vlrglo Clark of Marydale has been entertaining Miss Rene Curran of Birmingham Miss Aline Clifford is home from a pleasant visit with Mrs J R Neighbors at Ellzabethtown Mrs James Sower was hostess to hr embroidery club Wednesday afternoon at her home in Crescent Hill IMrs Tom OiMalley and children left for Princeton Ind toI Join Mr OMalley and make their home there Mr and Mrs R C Shelley Miss Fay Shelley and Mrs Gannon have gone to Ridge Top Tenn to spend GOHN Will Stir xiWek should might attend player Order James Hanna behalf n summerbome atberabsence with friends In New Orleans j and Panama William J Conley and Miss Mary marriageWednesday at St Martins church TIllleCunlftShelbyvltleMissNoraMiss Marie Walsh left Saturday delightful non at her home in the Highlands Mr and Mrs Thomas McGuire and grandson Raymond Tucker of south Louisville have been spending a week with Mrs Ed RIney at Cairo ill SouthLouisvillepast week Blrs Catharine Callahan of Frankfort and James Callahan of AnchorageIMr and Mrs ID O Bomar have theirdaughterWilliam J aicQurke The wedding nrlll take place In June I Mr and Mrs Marlon E Taylor who wero last week in Rome and PopePlusreach Paris the latter part of next week Mrs Robert Halllnan and Mrs Will Wuersch of the Highlands and Mrs Frank Cassidy of Cincinnati were entertained last week by Mrs J 1C Campbell at her home on Belle vue avenue pDrkvlewII Qua A Ansback Is one of the happiest men in town slnco the Stork left a lovely baby girl at his home EquaUYIhappythe Jltlo one is already a candidate tor the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary The many friends of Martin A Wathen were rejoiced when they received news of his improved condition within the past few days Mr Wathen suffered a paralytic stroke at Columbus Ohio last week which It WAS first thought would prove fatal Mrs Wathen and son and att number of relatives left at once and have since been at his bedside at Mount Carmell JrospltalIII St BrJglds chproh was the scene of a quiet but interesting wedding cftremony Wednesday morning When Rev Father Bohlien united In the holy bonds of wedlock Miss Louise A Meyers and Laurence E Wprfend bofah well known and prominent ip Catholic weiety C16l0wlng to a fbridestmllyc ww Mi GIRLS AND B- OYStine 1 tootweurFOR AND CONFIRMATION White buck and white canvas also patent leather oxfords and pumps for misses andchildren at 2 to 5 WHITE STOCKINGS AT 25c TO 100 BOYSconfirmation oxfords and pumps in all proper styles and leathers from 2 up BOYS HOSIERY FROM 15c UP BostonShoe CO INCORPORATED FOURTHLuHOME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS CHAS DECKEL SON FURNITURE STOVES RUGS MATTINGS ETC 321 East Market St North Side Bet Preston and Floyd but there were many friends preset to extend congratulations to the worthy couple CARROLLTON In the death of Joseph Glaubo last week Carrollton lost one of hoi oldest and best models of citizenship Born sixtyfour years ago for the past fortyeight years he had been a resident of Carrollton where he always enjoyed the sentiments of the highest esteem of all the people as In public life he was as consclentloui with his duties as he was In the practice of his religion Joseph Glauber in private life was an Meal husband father and friend whose acquaintance breathed the sweet perfume of the sanctity of life As a member of St Johns church his connection with the parish was almost Indispensable and his taking off II- a U source of regret to all the members of the parish as was evidenced bs the large attendance which paid thali respects when ReaL 3ather J3o iklage celebrated the solemn mass of requiem over the remains Saturday morning Besides his wife four children Mrs L W Framme and Misses Anna Rose and Laura Glauber sur I vive him K OF C INITIATION I IThe local council of the Knights of will initiate a class of fiftyfive at their club house on Sun day May 12 the third degree being exemplified by J Madison Walsh and staff of Washington Indln the morning the members and candi dates will meet at the K of C home at 715 and march to the Cathedral where mass will begin at 745 oclock and all will receive holy communion Much interest has been manifested in the trip to Washing ton for the unveiling of the Colum bus monument on June 8and a great many of tho local members have signified their Intention of making the trip A round trip ate of 2250 has been made by the railroads I RECENT DEATHS Patrick KInney well known In the East lEnd was called to his eternal reward last Saturday following an Illness at the home of his brother William KInney 1221 Payne street His funeral took place Monday after noon from St Aloysius church Rev Father OGrady conducting the serv ices over the remains IDread spinal meningitis caused the death Wednesday morning of Mrs Julia Schultz beloved wife of Joseph Schultz 1219 West Kentucky street She was twentyfive years old and had a large number of friends who mourn her death Her remains were Interred in St Louis cemetery Thursday morning The funeral of Mrs Anna Warren Elwelll beloved wife of William A dwell 1511 West Broadway took place from the Sacred Heart church Sunday afternoon Rev Patrick Walsh officiating at the solemn obsequies Mrs Elwell was fiftytwo years of age and for the bereaved husband there is sincere sympathy With regret is announced the death of John W Whitman a respected member of St IBrlglds parch whose funeral took place yesterday morning Surviving him are two sons Tames and Fred Whitman and eleven grandchildren Since last November this health had been falling and the end came peacefully early Wednesday morning Following an illness of three months Mrs Theresa Olges was re teased from her earthly suffering Saturday evening at the home of her aughter Mrs Edward R Wulf 669 ortyfirBt streetBorn in Louis vnte llxty t1ireeyearsago Stirs ilfres had lived a usefuljand Chrla lan life and wag held in high esteem throughout the city Be ldesherd- auJlht6rlhelllurrivedbY her husb- And Henry plgei txo sisters JMrit A FranmaW pod Mfae Christine JieYf1rTL 0 FERRYThe 5 5MAYno no MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS I uous Three shows daily Sunday contin CASINO AND ORPHEUM- THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre senting only the standard productions historic dramatic and comlr PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts HARRY 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rJ CIGARS AND TOBACCO l WCir 35thanMi k is8i- dlVBiMB A CALl M ra sii b1IjJHJJ HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doinj1 the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary and 4 will meet in the same week during the monjh of May The County Board will soon begl1 preparations for the entertainment of the State convention I An members will soon be busy working for the annual outing at Phoenix Hill next month Division 1 of Clean N Y ad mitted twelve candidates last wee and depldod to have a big field day Division 3 promises an interestln- meeting Monday night It is hinter- that 1 a nice addition will be made t the already full treasury National President Regan has re turned from his seven weeks Western trip His visits have been pro ductive of gratifying results The Marlon County Board held a special session Sunday at Indian apolis to elect two additional delegates to the Chicago convention Plans are being made in Indian apolis to take the drill team and choir of the Ladles Auxiliary to Chi cago for the national convention Division 1 will meet Tuesday night and as there will be candidates to ba obligated President Cusick ex pects a large attendance of mem bers The euchre and reception of the Ladles Auxiliary was both a socialt and financial success Both hallsl were required to accommodate the players and visitors The Ancient Order of Portland Ore Inaugurated an annual May party five years ago Elaborate plansI have been made for the one that takes place this year on May 14 The nine Indianapolis divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary will celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of their founding by a Statewide gathering on Sunday May 12 There will be a big initiation in the afternoon fol lowed by a banquet RETURNS FROM SPRINGS AI J Brennan has been receiving greetings from his friends since Tuesday when ho arrived home from West Baden Springs Mr Brennan spent ten days at the pop ular Indiana resort devoting his time to golf and bridge and re turned In the best health ho has en- Joyed for years Rumor has It that the genial Mike Is preparing to desert his bachelor friends who Will certainly miss him- REQUIEM FOR PASTOR St Williams church was flllel Tuesday morning during a Pontlfcal mass of requiem for the late Father Denla Murphy the first pastor who died April 29 1911 The solemn services were under the direction of the Rev George M Connor recently transferred from Owensboro and now pastor of St Williams The celebrant was the Rev A G Meyer Ing of Brown Valley a classmate of Father Murphy The iRoy B J Boland of Somerset was deacon and the Rev Bernard Doherty of Paynesvllle subdeacon The master of ceremonies was the Rev John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas church and Rev Father preached the sermon The music wa under the direction of Mrs Fred Hang and was excellently rendered WITH CITYS SICK Lee Callahan and William Gan non of the local police force who have been on the sick list are re ported Improving and hopeful of soon being able to return to their beats There Is also considerable sickness In the fire department among those on the list being Capt Edward Kennedy of the No 2 com puny Peter Sexton aide to the As sistant Chief of the First district William Burke of the No 19 com pany and John Malone p of the No 11 company While confined to their homes their condition Is not re garded serious CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee C K of A will meet In monthly session next Friday night at St Marys Hall In teresting reports will be made by deputy Charles Hilt and the committees that have visited branches In the I interest of the part the Catholic Knights will play at the coming Catholic Federation convention Ar rangements may also be made for a joint meeting of all the officers In the Falls Cities President Schalda urges all delegates to be present OPENING TOMORROW The West End Amusement Company will tomorrow evening throw open the doors of its summer thea ter and air dome at Twentysixth and Uford Everything la new and up todate and only first run motion pictures and high class vaudeville will be presented This company is composed of some of the best known men in the West End and its offl cern are Joseph J Hancock Presi dent Thomas U Gllllgan Vice President and Joseph Kelfer Secre aryTreasurer This enterprise willt be under the management of Edward Clay who has had a wide experience and Is well known among the motion picture men AIDING THE GROTTO The Enterprise 01ub has arranged for a mammoth euchre and lotto to be held at the Catholic Womans Club 613 West Walnut next Monday afternoon and evening the proceeds to be used 4n payment on the Grotto debt at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road Both the friendsI of the Retreat and the public are cordially invited to attend as other II amusements will be indulged WILL MAKE RACE InlThe Hon Jere Sullivan of Madi son county who was selected by the other asphantfl for Congreeafoba- honors 1r in hie dwtrlct ai the most available eaadldmU for the seat nair ccupled lby the Hon MarT y Helm I proposes tlPtaoUly into the ra without low of time JudgeI olliTftn would maXr ifaAble andl rJ I Ii tII Ji 1w Ghas flr Roger se BOOK GOu PRAYER BOOKS AND ancall and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles I Or HVKKT DXaOSUFTIOK 434 West Jefferson Street 56k1 HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Greenho ises Charles and Texas Streets JOHN B J IIIIMHINTM STRUBELL Watches Diamonds 346 L Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Xioultvlllo Sy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna slum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG 15I FOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- R35O GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sis Dumb S 2692A Nome 6226 HENRY HUNOLD DBAXXR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTI- ONs Whiskies a Specialty WALNUTs SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES 50 CENTS FOR 150 1Onthe Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where arrivinghome ROUND TRIP ONLY50c fearless Congressman and reflect credit on Kentucky in the lower house r SPRING RACES One week from today the largest Louisvilleduringto attend the opening of the meeting of the Louisville springII Club and witness the running Kentucky Derby the classic race of the American turf Interest In the Derby is already Intense as besides Worth and The Manager there will be a field that will outclass any ever started in a Taco in this country Manager Wlnn and Secretary Davis havo succeoded in bringing together tho best horses on the turf and all Indications point to a meeting that will male a record for Churchill Downs HOPKINS THEATER The offerings secured for the Hopkins Theater for next week give every promise of pleasing the patrons of that popular famusement house The management of the Hop kins has made a persistent and praiseworthy effort and have suc ceeded in placing shows OIL the highest plane ever seen here From all points of view the vaudeville bill of the Hopkins will prove much more than Is anticipated in valid e villa Perform4Ln DRAMA esII Tomorrow night and also on the Sunday night following the Mens Sodality of St Martins YoungII will entertain their friends WI excellent dramatic production founded on one of Father Spellmana novels Those in the cast are Missed Lena Schickel Frances Klueber and Katharine Weber Carl Kemp To L Mph Oeiweln Hugo Hamler Theo dore SchmolV Joseph Kehl Carl Falk lHelLt iFuegl In Hsrmaa Holtknecbt JttUu R tBodAhmuetler Frank Wmur Joe ph Hetwnser Jtttwrt WnaerLlAo Krebi ifjftan Knot and X4ard Hoffman I KNICOTS OP liOLlIBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else whereSLittle Rhode Island has twenty one councils By a vote of over 800 to twenty the two Milwaukee councils have de clded to consolidate A large class of new members will be received into Louisville Council on Sunday May 12 Frankfort has made extensive preparation for the entertainment of the State convention It is estimated that 1500 Knights witnessed the exemplification of the third degree last week at Olean IN YiThe Initiation at Elizabethtowc last Sunday was a great success Thirty received the degrees bringing the membership ever 200 Tomorrow an initiation will take- place I at Owensboro The council a Evansville has accepted an invitation and will take part in the exemplifi cationLast week fifteen new member- wore initiated at Oklahoma City class of sixty or more will be adds when the new nail is opened next monthThe Knights of Kenosha WIs re cently purchased a store and office building In the heart of the city which is now worth double what they paid for it For the first time since the Knights of Columbus organized iin Texas San Antonio had the honor of conferring the fourth degree on about 150 members April 21 The council at North Vernon Ind was launched last Sunday with forty one charter memebrs Among the sneakers at the banquet were Judge Wickens of Greensburg and Ber nard Korbly of Indianapolis The Knights of Vancouver Wash held an open meeting and member ship rally Thursday night to whir all men eligible to membership were Invited The programme was inter esting and ended with a banquet- POSTPONED The annual convention of the IrishAmerican Historical Association which will be held this year at the University of Notre Dame has been postponed until later in the summer or early fall Originally 1It was expected that the convention would be opened May 1 Many dis tinguished prelates priests and lay men will attend Including His Em inence James Cardinal Gibbons WANT XAMES OP DEAD Any relatives or friends of men who served in the SpanishAmerican war the Incident Insurrection in the Philippines or the Boxer uprising in China who lost their lives In battle or through sickness and whose re mains are buried in any of the Catholic cemeteries of Louisville will confer a favor on the Decoration Day Committee by furnishing names of the deceased location of grave and name of cemetery to Chairman H Baass at the Armory on Walnut street CONFIRMATION Tomorrow evening at 730 oclock Right iRev Bishop ODonaghuo Tvlllt visit St Augustines church for col ored Catholics Thirteenth and Broadway and confer the sacrament of confirmation on a class prepared by the Rev Father Felten The sol emn devotion of the Forty Hours which was to have begun tomorrow morning have therefore been de ferred to a later date ATTACK OF PARALYSIS Mrs Mary C Leahy eighty years old of 538 South Sixth street is I a In serious condition at her home as the result of an attack of paralysis suffered last week Mrs Leahy Is well known In Louisville and vicinity having made this city her home since coming to this country from Ireland when she was eleven years old Her husband Timothy Leahy died a number of years ago EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of the Altar Society o St Louis Bertrands church an nounce a euchre and lotto party for the afternoon and evening of Friday May 10 when numerous handsome prizes will be awarded It will take place In Bertrand Hall on Sixth street near Oak which will be tastefully decorated Lovers of this form of amusement will find here an op portunity for real enjoyment as tha games will be Pleasantly conducted and should attract a large attend ance WERE NOT HURT Daniel F Murphy Superintendent of the rend estate department of the Fidelity Trust Company has re turned to Louisville after spending a week In Texas He and his daughter Miss Virginia Murphy were In a wreck 126 miles west of St Louis while en route to Texas Their train left the track overturning two coaches and injuring five passengers CLOSES ON SUNDAY mho retreat that began Wednesday evening at the Academy of the Sacred Heart Crescent Hill and con ducted by the Rev iCletus Brady CP rector of the Seared Heart Reterat will come to a solemn close tomorrow morning The Academy of the Sacred Heart Is under the direr tion of the Ursullne Sisters and is recognized as one of Kentuckys host Institutions for the education of girls and young ladles CONSECRATED The consecration of the Wght iRev 1 H Conrdy as Auxiliary Bishop of the Ogdensburg diocese took place Wednesday dn St Marys Cathedral 1 at Ogdensburg Participating In th ceremony were many prominen- Catholic clergymen Including Car final Farley pf New York Bishop Hickey of iRocbester and Blthop Colton of Buffalo Btehop Conroy has been theJlutor of St Mary r Cathedral end li known throughout then State for his platy aa4lmIDl i n fRANKfEOR- PO BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers i XYt Y OUR BREWdIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY 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The style first attracts you the fit pleases you 99i and the service convinces you it is precisely what we claimthe BEST SHOE in the world I VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET STREET uu Why Pay More Than 25c a Pound For regular 30c quality Coffee when you can get it for 25c at Mulloys Phone a trial order JOHN H MULLOY tale W CARXCXC1 OXJHSISBTPg- ooaaeaxKsa r 0 4NN10 0 4e4 Ne0 N N + FOR GOODNESS AKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South +a swasos+ It44r Na AOis we toair J c a f + 7 T h k r JAS J NAUGHTQN JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS 1 1r NOW FOR GAS STOVESJ LOUISVILLE GAS CO 1 N s4N IIrdsodVVV vvVVv vv vvvv M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINQ Fares ft Mr VlctPrts Trm Secretary P r Eannos Sewer PPipCoips Safe te4 Sewer awl Cmlrert Pipe BaftMM s r J atI Lidded Pbe for SttMi Clh lsrlckfirIPtaiaifirm art Keller Tile Gr8 a4f1reclay CUmaey TJ JW Larva Vue VitriUwl SWewalM BrkK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Tl1iIPHOXIIS73 ORKSi3tkMMl GxisgtodJ and Magneto Aye Bet etft a 4 leth WILIPHOKM M33 + r U NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I I SPRING Fifteen Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Saturday May 11 and Ending on Ken tucky Oaks Day Tuesday May 28 Kentucky Derby May II Debutante Stakes May 14 Tobacco Stakes May 15 Bashford Manor Stakes May 16 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230P M iI I IINSPECTIONI I Knights of St John WHI Be Reviewed Monday Nlfiht htmliltarycentmanderleswill be assembled for their annual Inspection and review This is al wayshtof St John and their friends as there Is always a friendly rivalry as to which commandery will make the best appearance and carry off the honors Col Joe tBreen will com mand the regiment assisted by Adjutant Clem Wiegand who predict that each commandery will turn out Its full strnegth The inspection will be conducted by Col Henry Fel hoelter and former Adjutant Blocher after which there will be an exhibition drill and badge presenta tion Dancing will follow and re freshments will be served and the Knights extend an invitation to the public to be present- MEIORIAL RESOLUTIONS 1 The following resolutions wer adopted by the Immaculate Conception Sodality of St Johns church upon receipt of the news of the death of the Very Rev Father flax Its founderWhereas It has pleased Almighty God In his allseeing goodness and justice to call to his eternal reward on April 24 that ho might complete his ulxth decade of his sacerdotal years in the enjoyment of theI Beatific Vision the Very Rev Father Bax the venerable pastor for more than halt a centufy of the Church ol St John the Evangelist which standsI a monument of his untiring zeal throughout those golden years and with which his dear name life and works are Inseparably linked the organizer of our sodality which grow and flourished under his kind and wise direction and In which he prided so much even during his rears of retirement exhorting us to remain faithful remembering us In holy moss and truly petting us an admirable example of fidelity be It now Resolved That wee members jf the Sddalltjr of th lmmhculatet Conc p ngaitsoyouxAffortto sentiments of ove and duty that we could never express fully First that our dally lives and un dertakings be permeated with a Ithful remembrance of the instruction and teachings of this dear pas tor bonus Second that Sunday May 15 we off r holy communion and reolte the Offlco of the Dead for the repose of his soul Third that we have the holy sacri fice of the mass offered once each month for a year for the same Inten Mons and as many sodalities as pos sible shall attend these masses Fourth that a cony of these reso lotions be sent with our expressions of svmpathv to his devoted niece who has attended him so constantly to the last and that they be made known to the bereaved relatives of the deceased priest In this city through the Record and the Kentucky Irish American and that theY he iJV recorded by the Secretary of the Modality Katie A iDrlscoll Prefect Mayme Connauehton First Assistant Maggie PurcellSecond Assistant Nina iPIlson Secretary Alma Donnelly Treasurer Words on the life and works of this well known Driest so replete with grace and fruits are needless Wo have only to be thankful for hav Incr been the favored ones who came under the guidance of so saintly a man A O H PICNIC The annual picnic of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will he given at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday June 24 afternoon and evening and the proceeds will be used in defraying the expenses of the State convention which will be held here In September County President Thomas Dolan County Secretary Edward Kelran and the tour division Presidents Martin J Cuslck p J Ford Hugh Hourlgan and John H Hennessy will act as a committee of arrange ments for the pIcnic There will be a general meeting of the members of Jefferson county at Bertrand Hall on Sunday afternoon June 16 under the auspices of the County Board 8HELBYVILLE Father John Riley and the congregation of the Church of the Annunciation at Shelbyyllle have def initely decided to expend from 5000 to 6000 on the Improve ments of the building but the final plans will not be determined until the Building Committee has a conference with DX Murphy Bro jf Louisville who have been selected u the architects The present Idea Is to apply the money on the Interior with an extension in the rear for the enlargement of the sacristy Ji0110N pIOTUnES The Casino and Orpheum will next reek JlluntraCe what far newest and bt in moyimc Picture estertala tents These koUN MYbMIL lead rl in tbtf plotterS lfuIliHII theirc FOR FurnitureOf at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST iii fL1LII1f1 MONUMENTS IHaving purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late Aluldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co- aSOCIETYDIRECTORY A5HDIVISION 1 Meflta at Falls City Han en First and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cuslck Vice PresidentsCharles J Finne gan Recording Secretary Anthony JTompkins Financial Secretary Joseph Far rell tFlnauclaUSecretary Jos E Farrell JS08 West Market iu V Treasurer Th iaa PilAwler SorgeahtatArmS=lxmls Roller Sentinel Henryi McDermott DIVISION 2 Beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Follows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresldentConJ Ford Vice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefe Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 Dumesnll SergeantatArmsJ Charles ObstSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION I Meets First and Third Mondays Ilnoteefilh and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice President J II Maloney Recording SecretaryThos Stev ensFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hession 1710 Baird Treasurer D T Doug erty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel=Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Bar ry Financial Secretary Thomac J Langan 807 West Oak Treasurer Harry J Brady SergeantatArms John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks HallICounty President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn O Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording BedretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial ScretaryJohn Hogan c Treasurer BA Coll J SergeantatArms Michael Oar ritySentinelThomas j Gleason I Marshal Michael Noon J Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O AdalMII First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice President William Uhnii Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording Secretary Robert Osttt aorneii Corresponding Secretary George J Lautz Treasure Robert To Burke Marahal1IIr d ohuler inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins t tl 1 productions eclJpiW vryihins in 1 his linoof ent rtaimr t For next a IWk there will ie uupMNM stIrring 1- lumbers which are e rtsla to lllas t the patrons ofu theN a 1 a e- o aw c h I MEETING i1 CITY FOLK Invited to Spend a Pleas ant Day at Pewee Valley The country has put on Its spring garb and a ride Into the open coun try air at this time gladdens the heart Therefore the city folk are Invited to take the Interurban cars next Wednesday for a ride to beauti ful and picturesque Pewee Valley where Rev Father Boes and his con preparation a mammoth euchre and lotto party and t a bounteous country dinner between the afternoon and evening games The cars leave the Interur ban station on Jefferson street between Third and Fourth every half necessarytonightThere tertainment and many valuable prizes will be disposed of Those who attend will assist Father Boes In the erection of his new church and are assured an enjoyable time YOUNG DOHERTY HONORED AlphaAlphaFraternity which Is composed ex clusively of medical students and physicians of colleges of the United States William Brown Doherty son of Dr William B Doherty and a Junior In the medical department of the University of Louisville was elected Grand Presiding Officer for AlphaChapter TylerHotelWilliam Brown Doherty acted as toastmaster Eighteen members of the major faculty were present Cov ers were laid for sixtyfive The affair was a windup of the social life of the frat for the year The following members of the faculty were present Drs 1 N Bloom Her bert Bronner H H Humphrey C B Spauldlng Dunning S Wilson J SHawesHibbitGeorgeVirgilSimpsonGrantIrvingNheavellr R1 SEtS0NtopEl s Presenting even a handsomer ap pearance than ever Fontaine Ferry will throw open its gates tomorrow anythinlikeever popular family resort Is sure to ManageBlger tractions for the Inaugural week These include Natlollo and his band Justly acclaimed one of the best musical organizations in the world thedallytitle Xtragood Vaudeville Is the promise advanced for the first park show tAn unusually low scale of prices will prevail at the summer theater this season At the mat inees all seats will be ten cents while the same price will hold good at night with the exception of the reserved seats which cost twenty cents All of the other amusement features such as the dance hall scenic railway racer dips and the other pleasuregiving devices will be In full operation at Fontaine Ferry tomorrow GOOD ROAD SHOWING Thus far the Colonels have made a god showing on their trip around the Western circuit and the fans are in hearty accord with Manager Jack TIghes statement that all they need now is improvement in their team work and a little more daring on the bases With these additions Manager Tlghe can stand pat on his present lineup as they are fielding and hit ting second to none in the associa tion and as was predicted in these columns after the opening games they would outhit the socalled slugging Minneapolis team on the season which they are easily doing now Another source of gratification to the loyal fans hero Is the Im proved hitting of Jack Hayden and Joe Stanley who have a host of admirers pulling for them and are pleased to see them attending their batting averages dally The Colonels open a fourgame series with Milwaukee today and from there Journey to Kansas City for a three game series these two aggregations giving the Colonels hard battles when here and the fans will be greatly satisfied with an even break PARADE OF POLICE The annual parade of the Louisville police department has been set for Friday May 10 when the men will be seen in their new summer uniforms Chief of Police Wndsey has the force well drilled and while the showing of former years has been excellent It Is expected the turnont next Friday will surpass any vet witnessed in Louisville LAWN FETE Arrangements Are now underway 1 for the annual dawn fete for the benefit iof the Sis nary Hahbetb Hospital building rliloh has been set for June 10 andJnd 12 Tlie friends of the S J rill lave nothing undone to Me oae purpaaa alt thair rf U n S R r i I c I For Your Furniturei Wantsi TRADEiI f My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I JAMES GREENE I StreetIFREEFOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABELS OFF ROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea SpoonRodgers Bros Make tBAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY BY UNION BAKERS NEW YORK BAKING CO f THERE IS A REASON Rrli IThe great popularity and demand ifor the celebrated QUICK MEAL i GAS RANGE IIi- s due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving tquality Sold on easy payments and connected G freeii 215 Market St near Second it OOFN 4 AWNINGSAND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky BOTH rN2 REDDD r r a M J MULLINWALL PAPER PAPER HANOINQ NEATLY DONE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Home Phone 677M 712 WEST OAK STREET Charlie White=Moon THE 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