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Fn 0- I SUITSADETO SEUBAth HOTEL LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 11 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS VOLUME METHODISTS Archbishop Ireland Ridicules Thel Attacks on Catholic Marriages Poor Recompense for President Courteous Telegram to Conference State Has Right to Say What Marriages Have Legal Rights CHARGES ARE WITHOUT TRUTI It is because the love of a fight Is In the life blood of Methodist that the general conference at Minneapolis made Its attack on the marriage of the Catholics accord Ing to Archbishop Ireland who made a reply to the denouncement of the Ne Temero edict of the Pope contained in the Bishops ro port read Friday The Bishops report declared that the Popes edict denouncing as adulterous all marriages of lapse Catholics not solemnized by a pries Is an Insult to many Protestan homes and shows contempt for all governments that authorize marriage by other clergy The report termed the edict a defiance to na tlonal laws Archbishop Ireland inI his reply also ridicules the attack of the Methodists upon the President and members of his Cabinet for per matting the Secretary of Agriculture to make an address before the Inter national Brewers Congress He says in part A poor recompense it was tha given to Mr Taft for his courteou telegram to the conference on the morning of Us opening sessiona telegram altogether too courteous I think so far as it gave praise to the work of militant Methodism in the Philippines Mr Taft and his Cabinet disposed of the Catholic church is summoned to the field It is an oldtime warfare that waged against the Catholic church am without a recurrence of it a Methodist conference were falling iron the high estate of historic Methodism No doubt before the con gress closes Its doors the Catholic hurcIll ftand oft eputor tha ucA AIYP ff 1IIiJ tacltis on 11 ii that are purely aHoTi its own and in no wise I teIV with the conscience of such poV ras prefer to them the laws of Statei or of nonCatholic churches The Catholic church the confer ence declares will not recognize as valid in its own eyes marriages of Catholics contracted before State Magistrates or ministers of non Catholic churches But is it not al together a Catholic issue in which others than Catholics need not In terest themselves in which others should have nothing to say Has not the Catholic church at least as nluch right to legislate for its membership as Methodism have to legislate for Methodists Nor is it to be expected that the Catholic church will say that In Its eyes lapsed Catholics are to be privileged and that having been married outside Its ministry they have the right denied to Catholics still anxious for communion with It although disobeying for the moment its to compel- It to register on Us tablets their marriages as valid before its own laws and constitution A queer legislation it were for the Catholic church to declare marriages of members of my communion con tracted outside my ministry are not recognized by me as valid unless previously those members have cut themselves off from me becoming for Instance Methodists In which case as a reward for their disloyalty I will recognize their marriage before whomsoever contracted as good and valid At any rate who Is Injured Not certainly the lapsed Catholic who no longer ack nowledges the laws of the church of his baptism and who if free from remorse holds those laws as null and void of effect The conference continues In this insult and its accompanying deflnance of our national reg ulating marriage the hierarchy is entirely consistent with Its medieval claim to supreme authority over men and nations Illbefitting this charge against the Catholic church coming from a Methodist conference that has Just ruled out of the reach of Christian suffrage in America the President of the United States and members of his Cabinet for having done something tha neither laws nor constitution forbid which custom and unwritten laws prescribe But of course in the eyes of the conference Methodism Is privileged Methodism may claim supreme authority over men and nations but not go any other C rlstlan body least of all of course the Catholic church o But Is it true that in Its mar riage laws the Catholic churchout side its own specific spiritual sphere outside the special province appertaining to it as a church r claims supremo authority over men and nations Its marriage laws re gard solely its internal life and rule To the State it leave the legal right to say at its will to what marriages shall be accorded legal recognition and legal rights The Catholic church speaks exclusively to the con seiencee of its own members that and nothing more To Caesar the thing of CMMT f to the ebureh the things of the church a- j 1 11 a j KENTUCKY c XXVIIINO But It may be asked should not the Catholic church even In its own laws even in its appeal to the con science of its members even in Its marriage rulings adapt itself to the laws of Caesarholding Itself subject in Its intimate life to the will of Caesar changing as Caesar changes condemning or approving as Caesar condemns or approves Methodist may do this if it so wishes The Catholic church can not else IiIt repudiates Its claim to be the Church of Christ Without quoting other In stances in the teaching of Christ I refer to his ruling with regard to the Indissolubility of the marriage contract Caesar had decreed that ma rlage was dissoluble for little or no cause Christ having his own king dom in mind made the proclamation What therefore God hath Joined together let no man put asunder Whosoever shal put away his wife for another com mitteth adultery against her And iiif the wife put away her husband and be married to another she com mitteth adultery Christ In matter of his own kingdom rules Irrespectively of Caesar The Catholi church does today as Christ did 1900 years ago I4 II Again the conference When in the name of God it the Catholi church grants dispensations for the marriage of a Catholic with a Prot estant on condition that the off spring be trained In the Roman Catho faith It assumes to legalize In return for a stipulated advantag to itself what it has on sacredI grounds forbidden and grave doubt as to the sincerity of Its concern for the sacredness of the marriage relation So far as those words imply that the Catholic church in granting dispensation for mixed marriages has in mind iIn any shape or form an advantage to Itself arising from such marriages or in any shape or form consider such marriages to be an advantagi to itself they are absolutely untrue and entitle the speaker to be with out further ado a candidate for ia Methodist club to be named after in certain other club famed under X late Presidency In political circlesI The Catholic church undoubtedly ex scts as a condition for Us tolerant of a mixed marriage the promise that the offspring shall be brough up In the Catholic faith But this promise is never an Inducement to the granting of the dispensation even when this promise Is given the Catholic church depreciates the mixed marriage and to tho last mo ment does what Is possible to pre vent it from taking place The sole Inducement to the granting of a die pensation apart from certain well marked considerations of persons or families is the fear in case of a re fusal of a greater evil For in stance the attemptedratificafioB O- tksysaws y eItraRil 111totnl1arty Let the Methodist con 11 e make against the Catholic clui charge after charge It Is en titled to do BO But for goodness sake let there be In the charge some scintilla of truth PARALYSIS Causes Death of Martin A Wathen atColumbus Ohio Stricken with paralysis while ei route from Cleveland to Columbus Ohio Martin A Wathon flftyflvi years of age member of a pioneer Kentucky family and one of Louis vllles foremost business men war claimed by death on Friday night of last week at Mount Carmel Hospital at Columbus For several days hi Improved and plans were being made to remove him to his home In this city the latter part of the week Thursday he suffered relapse from which he failed to rally and gradually sank to the end The deceased was a native of Lebanon and a son of the late Richard Wathen a dls tiller The family are the oldest distillers in the State having been engaged in the business for four generations covering a period of 124 rears After attending the country schools Mr Wathen completed his education at St Marys College rwentyflve years ago he came to Louisville and became a prominent Figure in the social and commercial life of the city He was a member- of the Louisville Lodge of Elks the Catholic Knights of America the Board of Trade and the Louisville Commercial Club He Is survived by tie widow who was formerly Anna Jenkins of Lebanon two sons J George and Allen Wathen con lected with the Louisville Auto Supply Company and three daughters Misses Frances and Martina Wathen of Louisville and another daughter low a nun in a convent at Cincinnati He also leaves four brothers J B Dr W H and JA Wathen of Loulsvjlle and F1II Wathen of Lebanon and a sister iMrs L Adams of Kansas The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Louis Bertrands church T P Taylor T M Gilmore H D Rodman L H Wymond B H Bacon Graeme UcGowan T G Williams and W N lox acting as pallbearers The hon rary pallbearers were Thomas Shelley iR W Brown J C Weller X1 B Sperry Major John L Leathers W C Bennett W C Wheeler Davfs Brown John Strqther AM Struck Tyler Barnett Judge Shack ilford Miller Henry d Walbeck Samueltvrltt rC Graves and T 7 Jatman HOXORS MONSIGffQR FLATIN Bishop Austin Bowling1as his first fficlal act announced the appolntr ment qf Monsignor Michael Fla rin astor of at Ambrose church D x fatties M Vlear General of then r DN polite dieceeen U- 1c u J I i 11 t 1 I FRANKFORT Knights of Columbus State Con ventIon Meets There Tuesday Delegates and Visitors Are Prom Isdd a Royal Entertainment Lieut Gov McDermott and Congrcs man Johnson Among Speakers LADIES ASSISTING THE KNIGHT On next Tuesday May 14 the State Counoll Knights of Columbui will convene at Frankfort in annual session Each council in the Stat will be represented by two delegates usually the present Grand Knight and the last Past Grand Knight Tw alternates for each council have been elected in case that the Gram Knight should bo unable for business or other reasons to attend It Is thought that probably a hundrei or more members of various council throughout the State who are not delegates will attend many of whom will be accompanied by their wives in which event the number of vials ors attending the convention wl reach 300 or 400 Frankfort has been noted in tin past for the cordial Kentucky hos pitallty extended to all visitors fo the Capltay City and it goes saying that all K of Cs whowlthcjUtI the convention next week I royally enertalned A committee of ladles selected from wives sister And daughters of the members Frankfort Council will look ofI the ladles among the visitors will make their short stay in tin Capital City as pleasant as possible There are several points of interest I In and near Frankfort such as the now State Capitol the old Capitol State Arsenal State cemetery notes I for the most beautiful natural I penltenIions will precede the grand banquet to be given at the New Frankfort Hotel on the last evening of the con rention 11tJ1h Gov EyJ fircD- rnott and Cetgre ie JEe ftl1rfait yQ fpeckers of ho eveningI The cam fnittee in charge composed of Past Grand Knight John R Sower Gram Knight Llllis LT Schroff H F Lutkemoler P T Downey and Join r Buckley will exert every effor to make every one who attends the convention have a good time Frankfort Council will be represented ir the State Council by Past Gram Knight J R Sower and Grant Knight P B Lillls while Louisvill Council will be ably represented by Past Grand Knight E J McDermott ind iQrand Knight J W Klaphedke Several members of Frankfort Council have made arrangements to attend the initiation of Louisville Council on Sunday May 12 J J Brislan Charles Whitehead and J J King each of whom own largo tour- Ing cars will bring down a party ol K of Cs Sunday morning and will return to Frankfort after the banquet Sunday evening Numbers ol nembers of the order from Bards own Ellzabethtown Shelbyvllle Lexington New Albany and Jeffer lonvllle will also atten- dINDIANA Knights of St John Hold Convention In New Albany Twelve of the thirteen Indiana ommanderles of the Knights of St John were represented at the annual hate convention held in New Albany last Sunday The delegates and vIsitors attended the high mass at St Marys church in the morning when the Rev Father Ignatius of- St Bonifaces church in Louisville delivered the sermon and were entertained at dinner at the Tavern at noon by New Albany Cbramandery The business lesion was held In Unity Council club house and occu pled all the afternoon State President Anthony J blg of Greensburg occupied the chair and Leo Schu of Evansvllle acted as Secretary eter Fettig of Connersvllle Supreme President of the Knights of- St John were present and addressed the convention Reports towed the order to be flourishing and gaining In strength Delegates were present from four command rice in Evansville and those at lreensburg Mt Vernon Shelby ille Richmond Oldenburg Jeffer onville Batesvllle and New Al any The annual election of officers and the selection of delegates to the international convention that Mil be held In Toronto June 9 was a feature qf the convention and the following were chosen President Anthony JHablg of Greens urg First Vice President A JS ortorla of Evansville Second Vide AIIbanyIvapsvllle SergeantatArms- rank Thiel Datevllle Trustees loula HuHong New Albany Martin mig Evansville and Peter Wen HI Mt Vernon The delegates to the International convention are JJOtHIpkMjt1WFaun J ff r ottTlll John Hafnr u t lJ C- n I I Richmond John Burns Shelbyvllle Peter Wenzel Mt Vernon Fran KesslnglGreensburg George Strieker and Leo G Schu of Evansvlllo The State convention next year will be heldjat Richmond OVERWHELMED 4 r Was Papal Delegate With Cordiality of His Reception tV i A notable gathering of Catholic clergy and laymen welcomed tho new Apostolic Delegate to the Unite States Archbishop Giovanni Bon zano when the steamer Koenig Albert reached her pler ln New York Archbishop Bonzano vaS greeted on behalf of Cardinal Farley to whose residence he was taKen from the dock by Monsignors Hayes and Lavelle who were companied by Archbishop Prendergalt of Phlla dolphin and Archbishop McCour and Monslgnor Bona entura Serrltt auditor of the Papal legation at Washington who has been acting as Papal Delegate since the departure of Cardinal FalconlOj ji A lay commit tee also welcomed the new Delegate The new Delegate speaks English with hardly a trace of accent Arch bishop Bonzano wasrecelved for mally at St Patricks Cathedral by Cardinal Farley during the after noon The large edifice was crowd ed and 4000 children massed In the aisles Joined the choir In single a welcome to the new Aposoln Delegate as he was fecelved with pomp by the Cardinal he had donned his robes ofoffice he was escorted to athroneVlcar Genera Michael J Lavelle d livered an ad dresS of welcome to which Archbishop Bonzano responded briefly expressing himself as overwhelmed the cordiality of his reception RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Martin Duddy for many sears a rresident of the Twelfth ward took lace from StI Cecilias church Tuesday morning Rev Fatherftrady officiating at the mass of requ m Ills death was caused by tuberculosis from which he had long beena suffered He iIs survived by a slsllrlIrs M J Welsh 1928 Owen seat Mrs Ann Finn op Fajfi the oldest members of St nrJg phrlsh dies suddenly last SaturjTmorjng of the infirmities of nR att her home 1617 East Breckinrlf street Mrs Finn was born Jnrejahd eight years ago and rrasjhiei wldowot IIYfYl+i Flaelt r1f nl took pine- relebintlhg tile muss P1r q ikni St Cecilias parish mourns tti death of two devout and faithful members Mrs Delia Lyons beloved wife of John Lyons 2322 High ave pile and Mrs Jennie Hennessy widow of the late Gerald Henres + y Both were burled from St Ceclliai church the first named Sunday afternoon and the latter Monday morning Both leave many rela tlves and friends who sincerely mourn their death Sirs Johanna Green aged eighty rive widow of Michael Green and for sixty years a resident of the West End died Wednesday morning of the Infirmities of age She was a native af Ireland but had lived here tile greater part of her life Two sons and three daughters survive The funeral took place yesterday from St Patricks church where for many years she had been a devout communicant Monday morning the remains of firs Mary Bachman beloved wife of William Bachman 2923 Bank itjpet were laid to rest after funeral services at the Church of Our Lady In Portland at which the Rev father Conniff officiated Mrs Bachman was sixtytwo years old and was one of the most widely known and highly esteemed res- Idents of the West End Besides her husband she leaves two softs Thomas and William Bachman Jr Alexander Ca jella the oldest italian resident of Louisville died Wednesday morning from Infirmities Incident to his advanced years For many years he was engaged In business hero and was very successful but retired in 1881 and had since resided at 2907 Greenwood avenue ilr Cassella was a devout Catholic ind was a liberal donor to numerous Deal charities Surviving him are urea daughters Mrs Charles Jarcln Mrs A G Weber and Mrs Mary Denunzlo and one son Charles Casella The funeral took place Friday morning from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo icing the celebrant at the solemn sass of requiem NARROW ESCAPE While going to the M A Wathen funeral at which he officiated last rfonday mvornjng Kov Father R iaPlante had a narrow escape from f erlous injury the carriage In which he was riding being struck by an utomoblle while crossing Third and St Catherine The machine skidded In the wet asphalt striking the car sago very forcibly knocking out several spokes of the wheels and taking up Father LaPlanto pretty overely The three occupants of the automobile drove away without Lying their names and it was as ertained after muck difficulty that the automobile was the property of amuel Bkigham 510 Belgravia ave nue Beldea a shock to hie nervous ratenda broken hat Father laPMmte recovered quickly and at tBBaed the service at the graveyard Tiie damaged CarriaM waa the prop Ifrty of Funeral Dirwtor Al flank r AU ClARK I Boom Assuming Large Proportion in Contest for InstructII ed Delegates Qlllc James Advocates Kentucky nnd Missouri Joining Hands in Campaign Poor Old Evening Post Tries Agaii to Predict Outcome of Political Fight PRECINCT CONVENTIONS MAY 25 Senatorelect Ollle James will b- In town today to witness the running of the Kentucky Derby and in cidentally begin his plan of cam paign for the capture of the State convention which meets here Wednesday May 29 for Cham Clark in his race for the Demo cratlc nomination for President Senator James is especially anxious that Speaker Clark should have the Instructed vote of Kentucky at the Baltimore convention and believe that Kentucky could pay him no greater compliment than unite wits Missouri his adopted State and ag gresively lead in the fight at the national convention for his nomina tion Congressman James also states that the Clarlf boom is growing dally and confidently believes he will be the Democratic nominee now having more instructed delegates am stronger support than any other can didate and that he can unite tile entire party Having brought together the Democratic forces of tin House all elements of the part would turn to him enthusiastically as lie demonstrated his ability tc carry the country in 1910 and UK Democracy won control of Congress upon the record made by him ai leader at the minority In answer to question propounded by LesHei Weekly Can business men trUSt the Democratic party Mr Clark answered r The Democrats constitute one half of the American people The are engaged in Avery species oJ legitimate business fcnown among mai1an pbssihleIn tk s country Mttriive enua11sont1iiasiust and the unjust Consequently the Demo crats can not Injure other peoples business without injuring their own I have said before and I say now thht no legitimate Industry in tin United States has any cause whatever to fear the action df the Demo rats and the sooner these prophet of evil are squelched the better the country will be off The desire oi the Democrats is to so arrange things as far as may be that every American citizen shall have an equal chance in the race of life That Is what we promised to do and that it what we are going to do so far as- a possible In fact we have already entered upon this onerous and important task Here in Louisville we are be coming more and more convinced that Speaker Clark would be the strongest candidate on account ol Dick Knott and the Evening Post ilaily crying that he would be the easiest candidate to beat this organ as a political prophet being always i sure criterion thdt the political I wind is blowing directly opposite I from their choice or selection For proof of this look up their predic ions on Grlntsend BIngham andI 3Rear in the past three consecutive rears all being Post favorites and all being also rans They are against Clark simply because the tfalyBeckham party wreckers are I roping thereby If these two worthies secure control the llocal Democratic organIzation will be wrecked by be- ling turned over to the eight club which comprises the strength ofI Percy and Crepps in the Democratic party In Louisville and with which I these two expect to create a stir in he precinct convention Saturday ray 25 FEDERATION etter From Vicar General Cronin Spells Its Success Since the letter of Vicar General Cronin has been issued there remains no doubt of the success of the American Catholic Federation convention to be held here The dell llsof the programme of entertainment and business will be mapped out at meetings of the Ad isory Committee to be held at tho residence of Father Cronin Thir t6enth and Market streets The committee consists of Fathers Cronin Jeppon Richard Rock Raffo and chuhmann and John P Cassllly Secretary E J Cooney James B Kelly Col John H Whallen Frank Ocher Dr Peter S Ganz and Dr Charles Edelin It has already been ecldedto have a big parade on the Ight of Sunday August 18 and as Col Whallen is Chairman of theI LParalle Committee the committee feels assured of its success The I Armory where the public meetings are to be held will be handsomely ecorated for the occasion Thea- ddreu will fee from notable meat bers of the clergy and laity Ifiexpectvd that Papal Delegate and ne wj twe of the AmerIcan Oar t dinals will bo present as well as ia number of Archbishops and Bishops Invitations to these have been sent out Now that the pastors of the congregations have had official no Lice it is expected that more interes will be shown in the big convention which is intended to be the greates event ever held in Catholic circle In Louisville DEVOTIONS For May Begin With Sol emn Pomp and Splendor Last Sunday in the Catholic churches of Louisville the May devotions were inaugurated amid grea pomp and solemn splendor and wen witnessed by thousands Especially so was this the case at the Dominican Sacred Heart and Holy Cross churches where imposing processions preceded the impressive nest ices Three hundred children fol lowed their fifteen beautiful banners at St Louis Bertrand church which 4s unsurpassed in its demon strations in honor of the Theme Virgin Rev Patrick Walsh con ducted the services at the Sacred Heart church which was thronged with people of the parish Here also there was an imposing display by the children who carried their whit silk banners In their procession Holy Cross parish witnessed Its grandest display slnco that church was built The children dressed iIn white and carefully drllldd by the Sisters entered the church from the school and proceeded through each aisle singing hymns to the Blessed Virgin and then placed a beautiful on the statue of the Blessed Mother Similar services were lies in the other churches and at each sermons were preached and reasons given for Catholics paying homage to the Blessed Virgin during the month of May CHA1UT1ES Preparing For Natlona Conference In Wash ington Preparations for the second meet irij f the National Conference Or Catholic harlties at the Catholic University JfAmerlca Washington D C are nowynder way The meet Ings are bienniaVtPe first one hav tngjieen held at thevCatholIc Unl versttil1 SntmberrJ10 That 1Jf tn V 1iodfr jJrhaora art4e l- pateeii teK Mbt a Wf large number isexpected ihla year sine the work of the conference is oette known and Its possibilities are more clearly understood The conference will open on Sunday September 22 with mass and a conference sermon It will close at noon on Wednesday ScDtember 25 The National Confer once has received very warm en florsement from His Holiness X and from the hierarchy of the church in this country Its creation In 1910 was due to a convlctlo wdely shared among Catholic lead ors in the work of charity that offs ciency and proeress In relief onld be greatly promoted by national organization Judge Mat ODoherty represented Louisville and was one of the prlncloal speakers lane vear and it is likely a selection will be soon made for the coming conference GENEROUS Bequest Left Nazareth Lit erary and Benevolent Institute A handsome bequest to Nazareth Literary and Benevolent Institute at Nazareth Nelson county was made by the will of Miss Mary J Stafford of Lexington a copy of which was med at Pittsburgh on Wednesday It disposes of valuable property In Pittsburgh Miss Stafford formerly in Pittsburgh The estate Is valued at 21500 in real estate and 5000 personal property according to the appraisement of John McEl roy of Kentucky who Is named executor of the estate The will be queaths 500 to the Bishop of the diocese of Pittsburgh for masse for John Stafford and the decedent The Income of the estate Is to go to lames Stafford and William Staf ford brothers of the decedent Upon the death of either of them the in some or half of it is to go to Cath erine Stafford of Lexington known is Sister Euphrasla Mother Superior if St Josephs Hospital at Lexing ton At the death of tho brothers and sister the property Is to go to the Nazareth Literary and Benev lent Institute FORTY HOURS For tomorrow the Forty Hours prayer is announced at St Frances of Rome church in Clifton begin ilng with the high mass which will be celebrated by the pastor Father homas White For these beautiful devotions which will conclude on Tuesday the sanctuary will be taste- fullY decorated by the ladles of the Altar Society and parish Father White will be assisted by a number of his brother priests SUMMER MASSES For the convenience of the public the Paseionist Fathers have changed he hours for njaaeee at the Sacred leart Retreat on the newburg road The flat m M will be at 630 clock and the high mass at 930 tiring the Bummer menthe rteflflJ R 7- T 2 HAT 2UNION MADE SEELBACH HOTEL BUllDIHII 19 laws laws laws Miss with the crown Plus worn lived UNVEILED 3 Great Tribute to the Patriot y Founder of Georgetown University Notable Men Honor the Memory oi Baltimores First- Archbishop Friend and AdviHorol Washington During War ol the Revolution CARDINAL GIBBONS WAS THERE Unveiling of the statue of John Carroll first Archbishop of Balti more and the founder of Georgetown University brought a notable gathering together in Washington last Saturday Among those assist- Ing In the exercises wero Attorney General Wlckersham representing President Taft Baron Hengel mueller von Hengervar the Austro Hungarian Ambassador Chief Justice White a graduate of George town Cardinal Gibbons Speaker Champ Clark and others Chief Justice White eulogized the founder of the university and reviewing his A career made the formal presenta tion of the monument to George town University as spokesman for the donor the National Alumni As sociation George E Hamilton President of the association was master of ceremonies and intro duced Chief Justice White as the most distinguished graduate of Georgetown Cardinal Gibbons was presented by Preslednt Hamilton as the inheritor of the office of Arch bishop Carroll and of his character and wisdom Baron Hengelmueller said that science anti religion were harmoniously united in the purpose of the university The statue is of heroic size a bronze figure of Arch bishop Carroll seated and looking down the Potomac river to the Na tional Capital which was projected In the same year In which George town College was opened This is not the first celebration In1 which interest has centered about the name and fame of ArchbishoptCarroll In November 1889 the t centenary of the American episcopate was kept with great splendor + 1t t I I J t rdmeat7 celabratedth0v centenarY oi the Constitution so that both great events have the same birth year A provision of the Constitution was that Congress should make no law establishing any religion nor hin dering the free exorcise of any The spirit of the United States therefore was free field and no favor to all creeds only a common protection for all should the right of any to freedom of worship be disputed Judged by results It must be granted that tho Catholic church which no matter what the method of census is still far and away the largest religious body In the coun try has profited beyond all others from religious freedom In 1789 when Archbishop Carroll was eon secrated he placed the sum total of Catholics at 30000 in a total Ameri can population of 4000000 Dr H K Carroll gives us something well over 12000000 after deducting 15 per cent for our children Even with this grudging estimate we are out of sight in the race when the Methodists and Baptists the next largest religious bodies come on For nineteen years Archbishop Carroll was the sole Catholic Bishop In the United States Then his enormous diocese was divided by p the creation in 1808 of the suffra ran sees of New York Boston Philadelphia and Bardstown now Louisville Baltimore was made a metropolitan see How amazingly rapidly the multiplication of dlo eses ever since until now there t are more Bishops in the United States than in any even of the oldest countries of the world except Italy and we must remember for Italy that she holds tho great Cen tral See of Christendom the real lento of the Sovereign Pontiff and of his Sacred Court all tho members tt- f which are iBlshops It is a long ook back to the days of Archbishop Carroll But he was in a general way the model for all who should ome after him He laid broad and loop tho foundations of the Prim itial See and the tradition of friendship between its incumbent and the American President He reached patriotism and manifested It in his lifo as a religious virtue 3o instituted the prayer for the fl resident to be recited on the Sun das after the high mass and right hroiigh the Baltimore line of 123 years we seo his spirit in none moro resplendent than in Cardinal Gibbons in whom every President whatever his politics or policies has found a firm supporter of true Americanism within the past twen yslx years Archbishop Carrolls father was iora In Carlow Ireland and w lott- he famous family of the OCarrolls of Ely The Maryland Carrolls came out on an English ship there icing no Irish ships and this gave n writer In the Catholic Encyclo iedia the slim basis for Saying Ina ketch of Carroll of Carrollton Ills father was among a number of English emigrants who arrived la this country Jf every Irishman irhp came to this country on an Snglteh ship was labeled an Bug0 l sh emigrant truly England would ave a Mroaaer dales on the United tales than she can now boast o i ta Ur s- kk Y K Nr OKY ii4si 5I KNTU6KY IRISH flMERlGM t +4aveted to tile Social and Moral Advucetaemest ollrll Americans and Cathellcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO lncorjx r ted Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Entered at tb LonUTlIU Poitottlc + II SecoodCUj rutttf AMreii all Coamailcitlons to the KENWKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West drees St KY SATURDAY MAY 11 1912 LOUISVILLE INDIGNANT The Louisville Herald like manY other reputable Republican newspapers Is Justly Indignant over the ugly personal campaign being waged by President Taft and Theo dare Roosevelt Here are some of its conclusionsBeginning with the belief that each was a man of high honor and splendid patriotism we now Can not believe either of them without believing that the other is a repre henslble character unworthy of public confidence If we are to listen to the President Theodore Roosevelt is a man who breaks his word maligns his friends misrepresents facts and seeks to overthrow those institutions upon which the safety of the republic is based If we are to heed Col Roosevelt President Taft Is a man who has been the tool of bosses corrupt Interests and plunderers of the people He is untruthful disloyal and reactionary The beneficiary 4withhis own consent of fraud How be expected tocan the party nominate either man And how1f It does canit reasonably or righteously ask the country to support k him Who knows Taft better than r Roosevelt Who knows Roosevelt better than Taft Once boson friends they are now bitter opponents and each Is doing his best to discredit the others character It the eyes of the public a The Democrats should nominate and elect Speaker Champ Clark which would put an effectual end ito- n struggle that has been one of the most discreditable in the annas oi American history The people ol this country should not bear with either Taft or Roosevelt We opine- thev will not- INDUSTRIAL y RELATIONS The proposed examination of our laws bearing upon the relation of employerand employe and of the genera conaitiou H u kprincipal Industries appeals strongly to Cardinal Gibbons I am greatly interested In the proposal to create a Federal Commission on In dustrial Relations said His Em inence recently In reply to a ques Lion I earnestly ho pethat the acefavorably on the suggestion of 4 dent Taft that such a commission be r created Industrial peace must be made relatively secure justice to both capital and labor ought to be assured at least substantially and confidence ought to be restored be tween our social classes Thorough 4 going knowledge of the facts In our Industrial situation is absolutely necessary to these ends Only a Federal Commission could undertake a giagntlc task of this kind With any promise of firstrate efficiency It- Is to be hoped that the American public will endorse the action of President Taft In asking Congress to create the commission I know of no other proposal In recent years which would promise better results for Industrial peace and social Justice The McNamara trials the Lawrence strike the coal mines recently Idle In Pennsylvania and the restive railroad engineers all teach that the r time has come for a new approach to the problems underlying industrial F conflicts and for the elimination of such of their causes as are pre ventable It is time to know the real facts about labor as a basis for In telligent judgment and therefore there should be no opposition to the Hughes Borah bill in Congress The deadly concealed weapon has again caused serious trouble tues- day night there was a shooting on a crowded street corner at Twenty sixth and Bank streets between boys o but fortunately without fatal results The law against carrying con cealed deadly weapons is not enII forced as it should be Any Qne convicted of this crime for crime it IB should be severely punished Cleves Kinkead well known lawyer clubman and churchman for merly a Republican member of the ZAf Mature hoe announced publicly that he has renounced the Republi t can party for Socialism Cleves ca- Rol n nlhlyreall1e the folly of the step he hae taken and will be u expected to give better reason than that be has been mentioned as the Soclaliit candidate In 191- 3kTwentyfour L Methodist Episcopal Bishops acknowledge them can jiot onfdrea their church laws andd therefore favor tberabolitfol1JvI ng thr2 doclnloni to ill li dfiinaln- aclence There novrtml wlifton t i D 0 no I In a body with such a free for all I policy Catholic churches are being well attended where the May devotions are being held This is especially gratifying to the priests of this diocese and evidences the fruit of their earnest work This is the beautiful month of Mary Let all spend a title time in her honorTERRACE TAVERN I Amateurs Make Big Hit in bcllshtful Musical Comedy The tuneful musical comedy of Aulyn Kanston produced under the auspices of Mackin Council Choral Club on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday was well received by large audiences each evening and the en MISS ABBIE CHESTER I tire company and producers are de serving of the eirconlums now being I showered on thin from all sides Alth ough d perennial favorite with KUKCouncll audiences JMlss Ab ble Chester added new laurels to her wreath ol past successes by her characterization of Ophelia the slavey and her interpretation of the part would do Jistlqe to Rose Melville the original Sis Hopkins In addition to her acting Miss Chesters singing was all that her friends could desireI and her solos were heartily encored at each performance Thespe cialities introduced by Miss Chester and Mr Thomas D Clines were easily the features of the production their baseball stunt with local references II being a big hit and broughtI down the house Their singing of Ophelia the song hit of the piece was especially good although Mr Clines was slightly handicapped I by a severe cold Another old favorite of Mackin auJlences Mr I Charles Parsons kept the house in a continual roar of laughter with his Dutch mannerisms trod had a good I roll for his talents in Miss Marie I perIa presence Cohn and Mr Aulyn Kantson gave a neat exhibition of dancing In addition to rendering some clever song hits Miss Johanna Kraft proved ia pleasant surprise with her solo of the Spring Song and the only dis appointment was that she was lim ited to one number on the pro gramme In his female Impersona tion George Cuscaden looked and acted the Ideal Fourth avenue belle The chorus gave a good account of Itself especially In the difficult drills executed and made a very favorable Impression by their neat entrances and exits part of which credit is due Sherley Cuniffe who acted as assistant stage manager SACRED HEART RETREAT Tomorrow will be a gala day at the Sacred Heart Retreat of the Passion 1st Fathers on the Newburg road when that Institution will be honored by the presence bt Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue Quite a large class will receive their first holy communion at the first mass at 7 oclock and at 2 oclock in the after noon Bishop ODonaghue will ad minister the sacrament or conflrma tion For some time past prepara tions have been making for this happy occasion which will doubtless attract a large attendance Father Cletus Brady will celebrate the mass and from his hands the class will receive the blessed sacra DEDIOATION entII The dedication of the now and handsome Church of St Charles for romeo Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets which will long stand as a monument to the energy and zeal of I the Rev Father Charles P Raffo will bo dedicated with Impressive RlgbtIway for the past month and are now completed but the programme will act ba completed until the tint of ext week St Charle will by one ottho finest Catholic ehurebM In the oath and in hte city alone there ire houswsd arho wtU de Iteto-Wlt IIU dsdIaatjoL u tD 11 h i j 1 SOCIETY Misses Katherine and Mary McNeil were recent visitors in Central City Mrs J M Wentzell and family of Portland spent last week visiting In Lexington Miss Viola Heffernan of Clifton has been visiting Miss Lillian Logan In Guthrie I Mrs John F Murphy of ISt Louis Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Peter Grant I I I Miss Mary Decoursey came iIn from Highland Park last week to be the guest of Miss Marguerite Ryan Il I t I Miss Rose Galt entertained most delightfully the members of her embroidery club Tuesday afternoon I IDanI Kane the well known and popular pilot returned home this past week after a New Orleans trip I Miss Katie MayHlnes will be hostess i to her Five Hundred Club this evening at her home In Crescent Hill CZ Aud and Miss Nannle Aud of Cecilian arrived In the city Tuesday and were registered at the Seel I bachMrs I William F Klalr arrived I Wednesday from Lexington and has since been a guest at the Tyler Hotel I Miss Daisy Lee of Owensboro has been spending the week as tho guest of Airs Michael Thornton in New Albany I I1lrs Leonard McCabe and daughter Miss Frances McCabe left Tuesday to visit Mrs Rose Cunningham In Oklahoma I IIMisses Grace Wehner Lula Fette I and Kate Eckert of New Albany have been enjoying a weeks visit saf Oldenburg Ind I I1lrs Phil Ackermann and daughters II Yetta and Minnie were last week guests of Mrs Charles Brenck man at Parkview Mrs W T Hill and Miss Jessie Hill have returned to their home at Carrollton after a pleasant visit with Louisville relatives I Mr and Mrs W M Tuohy of Butte Mont are guests of Mr and Mrs George W Kremer at tljelr home on Cherokee parkway Miss MIarv 7shTp pr uq bees entertalqhfg as her guests this week Mrs Sunn T tof Lexington 2id Miss Ida Kearns of Birming I hamGeorge Salendar and wife and Mrs Jerome Weitzel and Miss Amelia Weitzel of Frankfort were visitors here for the last half of the past weekJMrs Jobn Ti Doyle of Lexington and Miss Ida Kearns of Birming ham Ala arrived Sunday and have since been tho guests of Miss Mary Lee Fraley I t Sojourning at the Willard Hotel the first part of the week were James P McKenna and A J Gallagher of Lexington and A L Lynch of OWonsboro Guy E Osterman arrived home yesterday from Chattanooga wherE- to has been representing Humler Nolan for the past seven months at the Hotel Patten I Miss Marcie Vigllni is expected home today from Greenwich Conn where she has been the guest Of her cousin Mrs Belle Powell for the past two monthsII John McAullffe a former resident of this city but for the lastcpuple of years a patrolman in Memphis is here on a visit and looking up old friends and acquaintances I D J Gleeson department manager of J M Robinson 4Norton Com any returned home yesterday after a ten days business trip to New York and other Eastern points Mrs E E Sweeney who underwent an operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Is now at her home in South Louisville almost fully recovered from her Illness I IMrs Al Kolb and Mrs George Kautt will motor to Nazareth today to visit Miss Margaret Kautt who Is a pupil at Nazareth Academy They will return the first of next week I Mrs George Mulligan of Ottawa iss now the guest fMrs Herbert Tashgian at her home on Second street Mr Mulligan is expected on May 18 and will visit for a few days before returning with Mrs Mulligan to their home t tTuesday morning there was an Interesting marriage ceremony at StII Josephs church north of New banyThe contracting parties were Mies Bertha E Graf of St Joe a Edward JG Seller a popular y man of New Albany There wasndII large number of friends present vltnesa the ceremony and tender ongratulations APPOINTED MOTHER SUPERIOR Sister Mary Margaret who was formerly assistant at the Sisters lercy Hospital In Jeffersonvllle ofII who has been In charge since Mother lary Regina was removed on account of her health has now been made Mother Superior in full charge of the Institution by Bishop Cbatardof Indianapolis SOCIETIES INVITED Under the auspices of the Knights of St John the stirring Western play Treks Beyond the Kockles will bs presented at St Boniface Hall on the evenings of May 20 and la This drama to in four acts and ful1I otlna p and umorlTtiKII1iItt prrllacne1 0 KNIGHTS OF OOUMNg Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Indiana has now a membership of over 8000 The three degrees will be given a large class at Jndianapolls on July 2 Seven new members have just been added to the council at Cripple Creek Col Texarkana Knights conferred the three degrees on thirtytwo candl dates at their eighth Initiation Wisconsin will send about a hundred members to the Columbus memorial unveiling There will be121 delegates at the Indiana State convention at Indian spoils representing fifty councils A new council Was Instituted Sunday at McMInnvllle Ore Another will follow at Hlllsboro on May 26 The council at Batavia N Y hasI purchased for 6250 a spaciousI house that with few alterations will make an ideal home The third degree will be conferredl- on a class of 200 when the New York State convention meets at Watertown on Monday Last week at Providence R I a council composed exclusively of Italians was instituted the second of Its kind In this country The new building of the Chattanooga Knights will be one of the most complete of its kind to 1 be found in the South It will cost 25000- I New Albany Council will give ItsI I minstrel show Tuesday night at Holy Trinity Hall Many KnightsI from Louisville and Jeffersonvilli are expected to witness the perform anceJIlMATTIMEWi I Matthew Cuniffe sixtyseven years old a native of Irelrnd but for half a century a highly esteemed resident of this city died at his home 534 Baxter avenue Tuesday morning the result of a paralytic stroke suffered two weeks ago For over fortyseven years Mr Cuniffe had been a trusted employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company and at the time of his death he vas clerk at its Crescent Hilt fretpLit office Quiet and unas sumingho made friends everywhere and was a strong supporter of local Catholic societies being one of the pioneer members of the Catholic Knights of America Thirty years ago his wife died and since he had lived iwlthjttshUdrcn Misses Fan nle and Julia Cuniffe and Matthew John William and Bernard Cunlffe His sister Miss Jane Cuniffe and two grandchildren Ella Marie and Julia Cuniffe also survive him The funeral took place Friday morning from St Alcyslus church and was attended by old friends and ac quaintances from all parts of the city CALLED TO HER REWARD Sister Melanla OiMalley an aged and beloved member of the order of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth dlqd Sunday afternoon at Mercy Hospital In Jeffersonville The body was taken to St Helena Academy in this city and later sent to Nazareth heldIsix years old Sho came to this country fortysix years ago and Joined the order shortly afterward She leaves two sisters Mrs Frances Lynch and Mrs T King and two brothers George and Thomas OMalley tha llatter of New Albany FQNTAINE FERRY Fontaine Ferry secured a good start on tho season despite the un favorable weather prevailing during the greater part of the week just closing For the second week be ginning tomorrow a fine vaudeville bill and popular music programme by Natiellos band will be the chief features Among the vaudeville stars booked are Six Abdallans the great American tumblers Charles F Semen tho narrow feller in a musical monologue Marie Fitz gibbpns a charming singing comedienne Grimm and Elliott In a comic novelty and Jacobs comedy dog WELCOMED Mrs Margaret Kennedy 1130 Bardstown road has returned to her homo In this city after spending the winter with her son Rev Father Emmet Kennedy in Alabama Upon her arrival here she was welcomed a large gathering of friends who arranged a bounteous supper lbY reception In her honor Mrs- ennedy had a number of Interest- Ing experiences and related some very interesting stories of Dixieland THIRTY AT ST ANNS Tomorrow morning at St Anns Lurch Seventh and iDavles thirty children wljl have the supreme pleasure of receiving their first holy communion from the hands of their veil beloved pastor the Rev Father John T Hill For some months paste pastor and Sisters have been Preparing this class for which there will be a special mass and sermon The altars and sanctuary will bo tastefully decorated and ablaze with Ights and it IB expected the church wm be filled with friend of the young communicants MAY THEY WIN With the eonfldenca gained from u gcseful rettel in their awn wintry the Pa ltet OhorJftUM of r a no a v KODAK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING dWelt 321 n n Jefhnonf i I Loularllle I FERRYThe I XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees Including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc and SOc Free Concerts By Natlellos land MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS THE BIO PA- RKRIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Opens Sunday May 12 With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily 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Funeral Directors and Embalmers cJ10oEBHH AV NLfI3T- sePione1O22 1 ill i j r HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doin the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Milwaukee Hibernians will take part in the Memorial day exercises thereat is rumored that John Callahan wants to transfer from Division 4 ito the Ladles Auxiliary Division 4 meets Monday nigh and the business is such as calls for the presence of all the members Tickets are now being distribute for the County Board picnic on Monday June 24 at Phoenix Hill ParkTreasurer Thomas Lawler at Division 1 can be depended on ft valuable assltsance In boosting the picnicPresident Hugh Hourigan of D vision 3 certainly has the younger members of the division on the hustle Tho Hibernian delegates to the local Catholic Federation have beeu very faithful in their attendance nt meetingsCounty President Dolan will Install Thomas Downey the pewl elected Treasurer of Division 4 Monday night It Is safe to say that if the Count Board places a Bloat in the Catholi j Federation parade it will come Mar taking first prize The auxiliaries of indlanapoli will have a gre celebration tomorrow of the fifteenth anniversary of their founding In that city New York Hibernians will be prominent al the military field mas it the Brooklyn navy yard on Memorial Sunday May 26 Fifty candidates will be Initiate it Milwaukee on Sunday afternoon t Slay 28 The one division there numbers nearly 1000 members At the County Board quart rly meeting in Syracuse reports iron he ten divisions showed an Increase of about 200 members In the las hree months Kentucky will send a good delega ion to the national convention at Chicago Some are suggesting special tars for those who will go from the falls Cities Over In New Albany and Jeffer onville the divisions are moving forward In a quiet but steady manner They will soon set days for their annual celebrations Last Sunday morning the Ancient Order of Denver visited Holy Ghost hurch and received holy com lunion in a body at a special mast elebrated by Father Garrett Burke The Hibernians of janesvllfc Vis are arranging for an initiation and big doings on June 9 whichwill be attended by delegations from Milwaukee Madison Racine and lenosha I Attendance at meetings of all the oulsvllle divisions bas shown a marked increase thus far this year This has encouraged the officers who are making a record for secur Ing new members Indianapolis Hibernians are ar ranging a reception for Rev Fatber Flanagan and Hon Shane Leslie who are now touring this country In the interest fif the Irish language and industrial revival I Division 1 of Portland Ore has urchased a splendid location on Russell street 50x145 feet and will rect thereon one of the largest halls in the city The ground floor will be occupied by stores 1C OF O INITIATION Louisville Council No 390 Knights of Columbus will Initiate a class of fifty tomorrow afternoon at their club house on Fourth nve- nUe the third degre being exempll tied by J Madison Walsh and team of Washington Ind In the morning the members and candidates will ssemble at the club house at 715 and march to the Cathedral to at tend the 745 oclock mass all re giving holy communion Steps are now being taken to erect a gymnasium by the council and purchase complete line of athletic equipment HURT BY FALL Edward Cradlck well known In Hibernian circles and employed by- the city met with a distressing accl dent Wednesday afternoon At Fifth and York streets he fell from a art- he was driving and when removed to tho City Hospital It was found he had suffered a broken leg At last ccounts Mr Cradlck was resting easy but it may be some time before he can be removed to hIs home BOUQUET FOR MINN Chief of Police Reagan of Lexington addressed a letter to Secretary Will Shelley of the Lexington Rac InK Association complimenting the work of John J WJnn of this city wboncted as head of the private police during the races Chief Reagan stated that through the ox allent work of Capt Tina the city was free from race touts and hangers OD WILL ENJOY REST Members of the Louisville police opartment who will enjoy well earned vacations this jnonth are louts M J Raw oy and George chupp Sergeant Dan Jforlarlty MarUp Conn era Thomas McGuire WIlliam Gannon D J Sullivan William Hogan Thomas MoGoff Edward McDonald and Patrick White REOBLIGATED Members of Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society of New Albany organized in 1876 and the oldest temperance society In Indiana were obligated Sunday afternoon by the Rey Father Charles Curran rector ott Holy Trinity church The Rev ather Kearney of the Dominican order delivered the annual address oneot the most eloquent and power fultbe members ever heard mCCOVBR FROM HfJURIB8 Mm Annie Flaherty rife of Pitt 1leok PUhwtjr employed at the GOT 0 iiq o j 1 t MENS Blue H SergeSuits I 10 TO 30 With a wonderful special in pure wool fast color suits at 15 Were Headquarters For Blue Serges LEVYSTHIRD The Bright Spot in Louisville j jj OHN B STRUBEL ttI I JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St I HOME PHONE 4066 = REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED 11- eive 1I I your boyran education that will prepare them for tire ST XAVIERS COLLEQh 113 W Broadway tonlivlllo Ky I Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna lum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr nO WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG 15FOOT ROOM SIDES 1 AND CEILING FOR 1 350aGULLEY WALL PAPER STOREJJ Seventh sad Oak StsICumb S 2692A Home 6226 ENRY ftU OLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION eld Whiskies a Specialty Hom Phone 4330 524 W WALNUT ETER MI ANDRIOT SONS I I I WAGON MANUFACTURERS I Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires I 206 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET ernment Depot in Jeffersonvllle has almost recovered from injuries sue tamed last week while boarding a street car at Seventh street and Indiana avenue Her back and shoul der were so badly hurt that she was unable to leave her bed for several days TOOK THE VEIL I Seven young ladles received the veil and made their profession in the order of the Sisters of St Frances last week in the chapel of St Anthonys Convent and Mother House at Syracuse N Y Rev Father Leo Greulich Provincial Superior was celebrant of the mass One of the seven was Miss Hedwig Hoeck of Louisville who will be known in religion as Sister Loyola FESTIVAL FOR SCHOOL The new Bt Vincent de Paul I school building at Shelby and Oak streets will be thrown open to the public Monday and Tuesday when a May festival will be held for the benefit of the school fund Euchre and lotto games will be played each afternoon and evening and in addition to other attractions l mentB will be nerved- THEOLOvlIOAt EIDILARI freSh1 In the UniUd I SUti tktavr are thirtytwo theoloMe4mto sileeIn gland 0 GOOD TIME Was Provided for filbert fans at Meeting Mon day Night Division 3 A O H held a big meeting Monday night when Pros dent Hourigan obligated one member and received two more application Charles Riley and Joseph Lanno were reported recovering from their Illness Quite an amount of routine numIberdelivered by members Count President Dolan was given a cordial reception and in a forceful talk urged the members of Division 3 1to lend their energies to the annual picnic to be given at Phoenix Hill Park next month When the regular order had been completed the hall was turned over to the Literary Commit tee for a social session when ever Irish A Gal Eleven 111Ieto- ne present was called upon to eithe sing dance or whistle Refreshment also were served and all spent a most enjoyable hour WITH TilE SICK Readers of the Kentucky Irish American and their friends will be much pleased to learn that Thoma FeelY of this city and Fred Keune oC howling Green who were operated on at St Josephs Infirmary are now convalescent and expect to soon be able to return to thel tomes Harry Swanns condition re name unchanged but the attending ihyslclans express the opinion tha le will Improve and fully recover NOVEL EFFECTS Several new and striking feature will be Introduced in the dancing ex ibltlon of the pupils of His Blanche Mitchell which will take place at Macauleys Theater 61 hursday evening May 23 special cenic effects and novel costumes be- Ing a specialty Tickets are now 01 ale ORDAINS TWO PRIESTS Last Monday morning in St larys Cathedral at Covington the Right Rev Bishop Macs ordained Into the holy priesthood Rev James A ODwyer and the Rev Louis Fey Father ODwyer will celebrate his first mass tomorrow at St Edwards church in Cincinnati and FattIer Fey will officiate in Kansas City LONG MARRIED LIFE Many old friends of Amadee Sour dry and his estimable wife called Wednesday at their home 1506 East Oak street New Albany trf extend congratulations on their sixtieth edding anniversary The worthy couple were married at the old Cath 0110 mission in New Albany in 1852 by the Rev Father Neyron a pioneer priest of Southern Indiana CATHOLIC DRAMA Tomorrow night at St Martins Hall the Young Mens Sodality will give their closing production of the Intensely Catholic drama The Seal of Confession In which they scored a splendid success last Sunday even- Ing This Is really a great play ands presented by the young people ot- St Martins parish is worthy a large udlence EMZABETIITOIVN Mrs Mamie Ruin the venerable mother of George Rihn a prominent merchant of ElIzabethtown fell at- her home In that cfty on Tuesday sustaining painful Injury It was feared her hip was broken and on Wednesday her condition was serious Mrs Rlhn has a number of relatives and friends in this city who will be pained to learn of her misfortune HICKMAN- A wedding of much Interest In ulton county was solemnized at Ickman on Wednesday when Rev ather Mensa of the Sacred Heart lurch united In the bonds of wed- IIOCk Miss Georgia Cusick and Griswold well known and young people of that city The ceremony was witnessed by many friends who had gathered to extend their congratulations GROWTH IS STEADY The report of the Supreme officers oft the Catholic Knights of America up to April 1 show a steady growth by the branches everywhere Several undred new members have been secured through the contest now be- Ing waged Some time ago it was stated that two Louisville branches were after the first prize but as yet they have not showed their hand MULUY JjAETAUE MEDAL The lLaetaro medal recently warded Thomas M Mulry by Notre DamE University will be conferred upon him next Tuesday evening at the Cathedral College New York City His Eminence Cardinal Far ley will be present as will also the ery Rev Father Andrew Morrisey resident of Notre Dame I IRELAND PARDONS I William G C Gladstone grandao- toft the great statesman In an Inter Jllew on the Irish convention in Dublin which he attended by special Invitation says it was the thlng Imaginable He was mot Au I rlsed at its rbut was deeply repressed at the way the home rug measure W3 received He conveyedI th impression to the reporter thnt- In his Judgment Ireland had for gtven and forgotten the coercion acts and Ideas of his grandfathers days Gladstone is spoken of as anew and bettor link between Ireland and England I IARlUORV FOR OTTDRCH AtmryBotrd has nflJy offered the use of the Seventh flm nt Armory Nw York City to the parjhioners pf fit Vincent irreri church for divine lervicei wbU the church is Velhg rebuilt l FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING GO I Brewers LOUISV2XJLE and Bottlers Iout SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOOHPORATED LOUISVILLE iY JOHN E PRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light OHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED 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Stakes May 14 Tobacco Stakes May 15 Bashford Manor Stakes May 16 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M PRESENTATION I I 1I Inspection and Drill of the Knights ofNSt John The Inlghtsof St John commanded by Col P J Breen and Adjutant Clem Wiegand were giver their annual Inspection and dril Monday night at Phoenix Hill Park and they presented a most creditable appearance The Inspection was conducted by Col Henry Felhoeltei and former Adjutant Blocher Col Pelhoelter complimented the com manderies upon their efficiency and soldierly bearing and expressed regret that It was Impossible for Col John H Whallen to be present and review the regiment ExhibItion drills followed during which a hand some gold badge was presented form r Major H A Vonderheld Pas Commander of St Martins Com mandery There was a large gather Jng of Interested people prdsent to witness the Knights go through their evolutions and enjoy the danc Ing that followed The Knights c- St John are making progress every where and Col Breen and Adjt Wiegand are making strong effort to increase the enlistments In Louis vlllo JOCKEY CLUB Ready For Greatest Race Meeting Ever Held Here The Louisville Jockey Club is In every way ready for the one great holiday looked forward to with tin most pleasant anticipation by all true Kentucklaris iDerby day at Churchill Downs Col Matt Wlnr has left nothing undone for the comfort of those who will witness the Derby this afternoon when at least 50000 people are expected or or anyone of the other fourteen days of the meeting The interest shows in the Derby and the opening day will be rewarded by sport of the highest character That they wll not be disappointed is indicated by the fact that each race will be contested ibytho fleetest thoroughbreds ot the American turf The Derby eligibles are The Manager Worth Sonada Free Lance Ouaranbla Wheelwright Patruche Flamma Dilatory Sir Blaiso Duval anrll Chief Lindsey which assures the greatest contest ever witnessed In this classic event For next week four great stake events are announced the Debutante stakes on Tuesday the Tobacco stakes on Wednesday the Bashford Manor stakes on Thursday and the Clark handicap on Satur day Judge Charles F Prlca Charles F Grainger and Will Shelley will be In the Judges stand and this is a guarantee that there will be only honest racing With favorable weather this will be the greatest race meeting ever held in Kentucky and will bring thousands of visitors to Louisville ST AUGUSTINES The solemn and devotional cere monies at St Augustines church for colored Catholics last Sunday will long be remembered by those who saw them After the usual coures of Instruction and three days of special preparation fiftyone children re ceived their Lord for the first time and just before the mass fifteen chil dren and one adult were baptized Many parents and other relatives followed the children to the holy table In the evening at 730 oclock the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue ad- mInistered the sacrament of con firmation to ninetyseven persons of whom ten wore converted In his own kind and fatherly way the BIshop exhorted the children to re- maIn faithful to the salutary lessons aught them by their kind and zealous pastor Rev Father Francis Helton who had erected their beau Iful church and labored so faithfully and earnestly for them The choir deserves special praise as its torts were earnest and successful DOING NICELY Joseph Gathof who was thought to bo fatally Injured in an elevator ccldent in the Anzelger building and has been confined to St Josephs Infirmary for a number of months was able to leave his bed for the first time on Wednesday His many relatives and friends are rejoiced to seeII 111m able to be up in his chair Willjagainthe presswork on the Kentucky Irish American and Anzelger and for I some time his Injuries were such that but little hope was had for his recovert The foregoing will be wet- come news to his legion of friends iroughout the city MASS MEETING Charles Hill who with other memc otJIAmfirical il ranches of that order will eallal-man meeting for May 22 atiSt arys Hall when formal arrange menta will be made for the part to be take in the Catholic Federation 00invention to be held here next aiittie4 rIrj f I Q r Y FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST MONUMENTHaving V stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we arc 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 I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall 4H1 Firs and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cusick Vice PresidentCharles J Finns gan Recording Secretary Anthony J TompkinsFinancial Secretary Joseph Far roll rFinancial SecretarrrrJoi E Far roll 1808 WeettHirket Treasurer =TEoaias4P Lawlenv SergeantatAra Lbula Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 2 tleets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefeFinancial John J Keaney 1607 Dumes- nllSergeantatArmsJ Charles I ObstSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION S Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President J H Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ensFinancial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird Treasurer D J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn HHennessy Vice resldentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry Financial Secretary Thomac J Langan 807 West Oa- kTreasurerThomas Downe- ySergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y iwr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice President William llhn Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borne Corresponding Secretary George Jr Lautz TreasurerRobert T Burke Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelPeter Andrlot Outside SentinelJoseph Higgins ranches will be Invited and the reIsurprise rho will attend LARGBOOIDIUNION CLASS Twenty boys and sixteen girls will omprlse a class receiving their firstI holy communion at St Philip Nerls church tomorrow morning at1he8 clock mans which will be the last tale of the day the first being at 630 oclock Rep Father 0 P cktrmann will lie assisted by Rev J lIatherE M Baehmann and In con 1 hinctlonwlth the regular choir I vJoUnJoloawUlJM rendered by Mrs I aviclKtQy Thererwlll be sot t ran ywBjMris la ttoe afternoon at 8 1 clock T c n i con MEETING I II i I APPROVED Hibernians Wilt Be Prominent In Federation Parade Division 1 A O H held an en- thusIastic meeting Tuesday nighi presided over by President Marti CusIck with Daniel McCarthy assIst- Ing him as Vice President Ther was a good attendance of member and one candidate was obligated County President Dolan reported the proceedings of the County Board after which all present pledged to work earnestly for the June celebration at Phoenix rflll Park Ticket for this occasion were distributed and It is predicted that this year this pleasure resort will be thronged as never before Secretary Tompkins was Instructed to notify the Catholic Federation of the appointment of Messrs Daniel McCarthy William M HiggIns Thomas Tarpy and Thorns Walsh as representatives Reports from the Federation were heard and all present approved the suggestion that the County iBoard bo represent ed by a float Thomas Tarpy delis ered an excellent address and from opening to close the proceeding were full of Interest A cordial greeting was given Treasure Thomas Lawler who was present after a rather serious illne- ssBEAUTIFIED Churchill Downs and Its Many Agreeable Changes The thousands of people who will be at Churchill Downs today to at tend the spring race meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club the feature of which will be the thlrtyelghtl renewal of the Kentucky Derby wll walk In an atmosphere agreeable and unchanged at old Chunhll Downs butt there will be man changes agreeable to the eye yet retaining the sentiment hoverlnj over the place artd which for some Unknown but klncVy reason make lIt different Jromottier race tracks bcbedaodainevergreens and pains liningt tlie entrance to the grandstand This structure will bp bright In fresh green and white But at the clubhouse It will be found that the mos t t extensive transformation has beet l wrought On the ropf over the promenade where tho beauty andt the chivalry of the whole countr have on so many occasions formed l such gay scenes there will beI colonial style boxes extending the entire length of the club house Each box will seat as many as ten l persons and will be snow white andI representahivesfrom the four corners of the republic From this elevated position dIe club house members nnd then guests may view the races without any obstruction whatever never losing sight of the horses iron start to finish at any part of the course RIVERVIEW OPENING With a variety of amusements holding one huge treat for thoU sands of men women and children of Louisville Rivervlew Park ap propriately referred to as Joyland long the river will open for the summer season tomorrow Don Phillppini the celebrated band master the man with many med als with his band of thirtyfive high class artists has signed a con tract for the entire season Don Phillppini personally will direct the music and concerts will be given every afternoon and evening The theater will also be opened with a mainee Sunday A stock company of high class players all widely known In theatrical circles through out the United States has been en gaged for the entire season Miss Lillian Rhodes loading woman Edward Woodruff leading man Alice Learn In the Ingenue roles E H Homer George Fox as director and comedian Philip Lord character man and stage manager Ethel Slack for the soubretto roles and Helen GlllIngwater character woman are some of the people en gaged and form a combination of thespians ot rare talent Perform incei will be given each evening at 330 AGAIN IN FRONT John Leverone well known and Cor many years engaged In buolness here but for the past year a resident of the county has returned to the cIty and engaged In the cafe business on the west side of Third street near arket Mr Leverono Las had long experience and his place will be one of the best equipped In the city The formal oepnlng will take place today to which all his friends are In Ited APPOINTS SULLIVAN James E Sullivan of New York iecretary of the Amateur Athletic Union has been designated by Presl lent Taft as Commt eIoner for thee United States to the Fifth lataraa lonal Olympic gamec wklch are to- be held at Stockholm Sweden this all tt- rt For Your Furniturei Wantst 1 1 WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the 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